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REAL NEWS May 01, 2012

Posted by Xaniel777 on April 30, 2012

TODAY’S NEWS : May 01, 2012


2012 Relay For Life ~ Athens, Texas

Friends Event ·

            June 15 at 7:00pm until June 16 at 7:00am in CDT

  • Please Join our team ” Billy’s Angels” .
    This year we created a team in honor of my brother Billy West , that passed away to Cancer in July 2011. We miss him dearly and most of you have been there with us on his long journey. My Mom is a 4 yr Breast Cancer Survivor and will be walking with the other Survivor’s out there in the Survivor Lap. I will also be honoring my Uncles that lost their lives as well. (In Memory of Bob Nelson & James West) and recently another family member that has been diagnosed with grim news, Doyle Seright

    Get your friends and family together and join us in the walk … most all of us have had loved ones that have fought cancer and possibly still are… Honor them by walking with us this year or by your donation or help in fundraising.

    NOTE: This is usually set up in May but I guess they have pushed it back to June this year. Well we will still be there no matter when it is! Rain or Shine…it’s covered so we won’t get wet!


    Dana West Wilson

    Start trying to raise your money … we have 7 weeks left.
    The team theme will be in honor of Fathers Day weekend since that Sunday is Fathers Day,… go with tailgating theme, sports , cooking , baking… it all fits Billy , Billy’s angels perfect! 
    “Tackling Cancer step by step” 
    If you have something to raffle off let us know….we will try to raffle off a cpl of things including like Fathers day gift baskets, selling bbq sandwiches or something, jewelry … ect whatever you can think of. I would still love to do a car wash if anyone would be able to and have ideas of where we can do it. 
    or Mike ~ you can try a domino tournaments or poker tournament fund raiser. Just throwing ideas lol

    The shirts will need to be ordered by memorial day…in 4 weeks. So get signed in as a team member and the shirts should be around $20 . Let me know if you want the guy/girl style shirt and what size. 

    Do you have any other suggestions???
    Let’s have a great time!!


    Copy & Paste the links below TO YOUR BROWSER…
    My page :

    Our Team page:

    If you have any questions or suggestions please message me.
    See you guys at the walk!!!
     Dana West Wilson


Chaos on multiple fronts as controlled implosion of financial cabal continues

From Benjamin Fulford’s Blog

May 01, 2012

The prevailing theme these days seems to be chaos in the West but what we are really witnessing is the controlled implosion of the criminal cabal that took over the Western financial system and nearly destroyed Western civilization.

Among the events associated with this collapse were: a fake missile launch in North Korea, the ongoing cover-up of a botched assassination attempt against Obama, multiple liens being placed on cabal-controlled central banks, a trilateral commission meeting in Tokyo, unprecedented military maneuvers and more.

We are entering a very dangerous period as the cornered cabalists are certainly planning a massive new terrorist attack (possible tagets : Tokyo, Rome, London) in an attempt to stay in power.

Military, police and other action against cabal power centers is also picking up pace.

Join and become a member to finishing reading the full story at :  Weekly Geopolitical News and Analys


Vaccines have been based on medical fraud for over a hundred years

From Natural News

April 29, 2012 by: PF Louis


(NaturalNews) The concept of vaccinating to immunize began in 1796, when British apothecary (pharmacist) Edward Jenner inserted cowpox pus under the skin of an eight year old boy. Jenner based his experiment on an unsubstantiated rumor that anyone who had experienced cowpox would be immune to smallpox.

Over the next couple of years, Jenner vaccinated others with cowpox to immunize them against smallpox. Without any actual proof of efficacy and safety, Jenner impressed King George III enough with a bogus immunization guarantee that he was awarded the equivalent of today’s $500,000.

Thus, Jenner was the first medical professional to administer diseased matter as medication to a healthy person and receive a substantial financial award. He was also the first to constantly denounce vaccination detractors successfully. He was protecting both his ego and large public purse.

Many health professionals throughout the 19th Century knew that there had been several cases of smallpox among those with cowpox histories.Jenner’s premise was flawed.

This was actually the beginning of a tradition that is carried on by today’s vaccinators. Come up with a bogus solution to prevent a disease, make a bundle of cash, and shut down reasonable arguments from those who know immunization by vaccination doesn’t work safely or effectively.

England’s incidents of smallpox after vaccination rose steadily from five percent in the beginning to 95% by 1895. There was even a serious epidemic around 1872, one year after smallpox vaccinations were decreed mandatory in the UK. The mortality rate among smallpox victims also shot up five fold around that time.

Despite intelligent protests with obvious facts and figures disproving efficacy, and proving harm from toxic materials and viruses contained in vaccines that endanger natural immunity, the inoculation for immunization premise has been maintained.

Protecting the industry against truth by attacking reasonable dissenters viciously has resulted in vaccine industry revenue of $17 billion annually today. This doesn’t include revenue from doctors’ visits for vaccinations and resulting ill health from them.

The vaccinators’ tactics of suppressing scientific data from concerned professionals has become more mafia like. Sincere medical professionals who register health concerns over vaccines are severely punished and slandered by the medical mafia owned mainstream media.

The truth about vaccines and disease outbreaks -all hidden from public view

A 2012 study led by Dr. David Witt, an infectious disease specialist at the San Rafael, California  Kaiser Permanente Medical Center concluded that whooping cough occurs more among vaccinated children than children not vaccinated.

In 2010, a mumps outbreak occurred among 1000 children in upper New Jersey and lower New York. Almost 80% of them had been vaccinated with the MMR (measles, mumps & rubella) vaccine.

Throughout the 1980s, official agencies reported several outbreaks of measles occurring among children who had been vaccinated in various locations including an Illinois junior high and high school, a Massachusetts high school, a region in France, and a rural area near Helisinki, Finland.

Both USA schools had well over 90% vaccinated against measles. The vaccinators claim a 90% vaccination rate among any specific population guarantees herd immunity for that population. This bogus claim serves to create more revenue while blaming non-vaccinators for endangering humanity.

Meanwhile, despite the fact that only five percent of vaccine adverse events get reported to the “voluntary” FDA’s vaccine adverse event reporting system (VAERS), there are many serious adverse eventsrecorded and many more that seep through the cracks to vaccine concerned internet sites.

Thank goodness for the few MDs and others who dare speak out despite the danger it potentially puts them in. It’s up to us to learn from them and just say no to vaccinations.

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Pharma, Utilities and Big Ag Lead Lobbying in 2012

OpenSecrets Blog | OpenSecrets.org

From OpenSecretsBlog

By Russ Choma on April 27, 2012


 Image: BigStockPhoto.com

 Pharmaceuticals, utilities and big agriculture have led the lobbying charge so far this year, according to preliminary figures from latest lobbying disclosures.

The pharmaceutical industry as a whole spent $69.6 million on lobbying in the first three months alone, while electrical utilities spent $43.3 million.

The agricultural services industry – which includes heavy hitters like Monsanto, the American Farm Bureau and Archer Daniels Midland – spent far less, only about $12.9 million, but that represented a 48 percent increase over its lobbying in the final three months of 2011.


Overall, the ebb and flow of industries on our list of top lobbyists was dictated by the legislative calendar. While all these groups regularly rank highly in terms of their spending, they all had particular battles early in 2012. 


The farm bill, the sprawling piece of legislation that sets the tone (and subsidies) every five years for the agriculure and food industry, is up for reauthorization this year — giving the agriculture industry a lot to talk to legislators about.

The American Farm Bureau spent $6 million in the first three months of the year, a bit more than it spent in the entirety of 2011. That pushed the organization, which is the largest trade group for the industry, into fourth position on our list of top lobbying clients so far this year.


It’s difficult to tell exactly how much an industry or company spends lobbying on a particular bill — most big companies have a laundry list of interests — but the pharmaceutical industry clearly focused on protecting the existing provisions of Medicare Part D, which subsidizes the cost of drugs.

Critics in Congress have targeted the program for its huge cost, and some want it to be more transparent about how reimbursements are set. Also at issue is whether the government should be able to negotiate drug prices with the companies, something that is currently prohibited. 


At the forefront of the pharmaceutical firms’ lobbying push was PhRMA (Pharmaceutical Researchers and Manufacturers of America), the industry trade group, which has spent $5.2 million so far this year.

If that rate is sustained, PhRMA will top its 2009 total – when it fought hard over healthcare reform and spent $26.1 million. Following right behind the trade group was Merck, which has spent $4.5 million so far this year, more than half of its total spending in all of last year


The $43.3 million that electric utilities spent lobbying makes it the second-biggest spending industry, but the number represents only a 12 percent increase over last quarter’s lobbying.

The dominant issue for most of the big utilities – like Southern Company (which accounted for nearly 10 percent of the entire industry’s lobbying expenses with $4 million spent so far this year) — is the EPA’s plan to regulate the emissions of greenhouse gases.

Since the plan is on hold while details are worked out, the big utilities have all had a chance to make their voices heard with lawmakers on new bills that would kill the EPA’s power to regulate in this area. 


To see a full list of the top industries and how they’ve lobbied Washington in the first three months of 2012, explore our industry lobbying page. Or, check out our top spenders page, to see a list of top organizations and how much they spent on lobbying so far in 2012 (spoiler: once again, the No. 1 organization, by far, is the Chamber of Commerce)

CRP researcher Sarah Bryner contributed to this report.


Google ‘aware of data scoop’

From The Sydney Morning Herald(smh.com.au)

David Streitfeld

April 30, 2012

A Google 'Street View' mapping and camera vehicle.

A Google ‘Street View’ mapping and camera vehicle. Photo: AFP

SAN FRANCISCO: Google’s harvesting of emails, passwords and other sensitive personal information from unsuspecting households in Australia and around the world was neither a mistake nor the work of a rogue engineer, as the company long maintained, but a program that supervisors knew about, according to new details from the full text of a regulatory report.

The report, prepared by the US Federal Communications Commission after a 17-month investigation of Google’s Street View project, was released, heavily redacted, two weeks ago. Although it found that Google had not violated any laws, the agency said Google had obstructed the inquiry and fined the company $US25,000. On Saturday, Google released a version of the report with only employees’ names redacted.

The full version [PDF/4.5MB] draws a portrait of a company where an engineer can easily embark on a project to gather personal emails and web searches of potentially hundreds of millions of people as part of his or her unscheduled work time, and where privacy concerns are shrugged off.

The payload data was secretly collected between 2007 and 2010 as part of Street View, a project to photograph streetscapes over much of the civilised world. When the program was being designed, the report says, it included the following ‘to do’ item: “Discuss privacy considerations with Product Counsel.”

“That never occurred,” the report says.

Google says the data collection was legal. But when regulators asked to see what had been collected, Google refused, the report says, saying it might break privacy and wiretapping laws if it shared the material.

A Google spokeswoman said Saturday that the company had much stricter privacy controls than it used to, in part because of the Street View controversy. She expressed the hope that with the release of the full report, “we can now put this matter behind us.”

Ever since information about the secret data collection first began to emerge two years ago, Google has portrayed it as the mistakes of an unauthorised engineer operating on his own and stressed that the data was never used in any Google product.

The report, quoting the engineer’s original proposal, gives a somewhat different impression. The data, the engineer wrote, would “be analysed offline for use in other initiatives.” Google says this was never done.

The report, which was first published in its unredacted form by The Los Angeles Times, also states that the engineer, who began the project as part of his “20 per cent” time that Google gives employees to do work on their own initiative, “specifically told two engineers working on the project, including a senior manager, about collecting payload data.”

As early as 2007, the report says, Street View engineers had “wide access” to the plan to collect payload data. Five engineers tested the Street View code, a sixth reviewed it line by line, and a seventh also worked on it, the report says.

Privacy advocates said the full report put Google in a bad light.

“Google’s rogue engineer scenario collapses in light of the fact that others were aware of the project and did not object,” said Marc Rotenberg, executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Centre. “This is what happens in the absence of enforcement and the absence of regulation.”

The Street View program used special cars outfitted with cameras. Google first said it was just photographing streets and did not disclose that it was collecting internet communications called payload data, transmitted over Wi-Fi networks, until May 2010, when it was confronted by German regulators.

Eventually, it was forced to reveal that the information it had collected could include the full text of emails, sites visited and other data.

Even if a user was not working on a computer at the moment the Street View car slowly passed, if the device was on and the network was unencrypted, all sorts of information about what the user had been doing could be scooped up, data experts say.

“So how did this happen? Quite simply, it was a mistake,” a Google executive wrote on a company blog in 2010. “The project leaders did not want, and had no intention of using, payload data.”

But according to the report, the engineer suggested in his proposal that it was entirely intentional: “We are logging user traffic along with sufficient data to precisely triangulate their position at a given time, along with information about what they were doing.”

Attending to paperwork did not seem to be a high priority, however. Managers of the Street View project told FCC investigators that they never read the engineer’s proposal, called a design document. A senior manager of Street View said he “preapproved” the document before it was written.

More than a dozen countries began investigations of Street View in 2010. In the United States, the Justice Department, the Federal Trade Commission, state attorneys general and the FCC looked into the matter.

The engineer at the centre of the project cited the Fifth Amendment protection against self-incrimination. Because FCC investigators could not interview him, they said there were still unresolved questions about the case.

The New York Times


Occupy Wall Street Files 2 Lawsuits Against NYPD Full Of Incriminating Evidence

From Alexander Higgins Blog

Posted by  – April 30, 2012

Journalists Arrested At Occupy Events

Two separate lawsuits have been filed against the NYPD for repeated violations of the constitutional rights of both protestors and media outlets trying to report on the movement.

Two separate lawsuits have been filed against the NYPD for repeated violations of civil liberties in the crackdown of the Occupy movement.

The first lawsuit, Rodriguez et al v Winski et al, provides a complete list of damning evidence of violations of the constitution and a complete disregard for the law with crimes being committed by the police against elected officials, “mainstream” journalists, civilian journalists, Occupy Wall Street protestors and even elected officials.

Here is the table of contents

Rodriguez Lawsuit Table of Contents

Rodriguez Lawsuit Table of Contents

The second lawsuit, Berg et al v NYPD et al, just hammers home more of the same.

Some of the evidence submitted

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I went down to the park to observe the situation... Unfortunately, I was assaulted by a police officer - NYC Councilman YDAMA Rodriguez

I went down to the park to observe the situation… Unfortunately, I was assaulted by a police officer – NYC Councilman YDAMA Rodriguez

List Of Journalists Arrested At Occupy Events

List Of Journalists Arrested At Occupy Events

Congress Complaint On Occupy Wall Street Crackdown

Congress Complaint On Occupy Wall Street Crackdown

Coalition of Media Outlets Complaint On Media Suppression

Coalition of Media Outlets Follow Up Complaint On Media Suppression

Coalition of Media Outlets Complaint On Media Suppression

What 1st Amendment? Police Confiscate Occupy Trenton Protest Signs And Media Gear #OccupyWallStreet

What 1st Amendment? Police Confiscate Occupy Trenton Protest Signs And Media Gear #OccupyWallStreet

NJ State Police confiscate protest signs, media gear and equipment from the Occupy Trenton site across from the state capitol This story has made national news headlines. After repeatedly complying with State …


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