Sunday, September 14, 2014

Take this simple test to see if you were born with a brain or not

By Christopher Rice

Do you always feel light headed?

Are you often confused?

When you are watching a movie, television show or commercial do you often have to ask someone to explain what's going on, even though they're watching the same thing that you are?

Do you find that at the end of a page that you have no idea what you just read?

You might have been born with a common but unheard of ailment. You might have been teased your whole life and not even known why.

Take this simple test now to determine if you were born with a brain or not.

There is no time limit, so begin whenever you feel ready.

 
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Can Michael Brown get a fair trial?

By Christopher Rice

History is full of misdeeds, violent and inhuman actions of every single race on the planet. 

No race is without their atrocities. Not a single one.
None of us are guiltless.


So why do we pretend like any particular group of ancestors is better than any other?

Every nation's hands are dirty.

It's time to stop pretending that we are all so different.

Black history is just history, like everyone else's history.
Full of abuse of power and the abuse of people.


Good things and bad things.

That's just life.

We should learn from it, so it never happens again, not utilize it, to justify more injustice.

Have you heard the question that I've been hearing? "Can Officer Darren Wilson receive a fair trial?" That really got me to thinking, if these white people don't believe that a white police officer can receive a fair trial in America, then there must really be something wrong with our so-called 'justice system'. Which is something that I have said for decades, we have a lot of laws, a lot of cops but no justice.

It also got me to wonder, can Michael Brown receive a fair trial? His prosecutor, jury, judge and executioner was Officer Darren Wilson. And his sentence was carried out without appeal. I wasn't there. I can't say if it was a 'justified homicide' or not. None of us really know what happened that day for sure, except Michael Brown (and he ain't talkin'), Officer Darren Wilson and Mike's friend.

Actually, Mike does have something to say and dead men don't lie. What Mike can tell us is how many times he was shot. Or to be more specific, the autopsy tells us how many times Mr. Brown was shot and where.

We've also heard some conflicting reports as to the incident. And while they don't help us, they are imbedded into our brains for better or for worse.

We were told that a scuffle took place. That they fought over the officers firearm and that Officer Wilson accidently discharged his service revolver inside his patrol car and was punched in his eye and suffered broken bones (broken eye-socket), he was also bum rushed and fearing for his life, he shot and killed Michael Brown.

We are also told that Mr. Brown is a very bad person who robbed a liquor store of cigars and refused orders to get out of the middle of the road when first confronted by Officer Wilson. We have also been told that this justifies murder. That as an officer, Mr. Wilson did everything in his power to not have to shoot Mr. Brown but was forced to by the victim, over and over again. In this topsy-turvy world of make believe there's no reason to protest. Except in support of the criminal, Officer Wilson. And wonder can he recieve a fair trial in America.

None of what we've been told is true. Not even close. Here's what we do know...

1.) NO INJURIES immediately after the shooting, officer Darren Wilson is seen walking calmly around the body with no signs of discomfort or injury.

2.) NO HOSPITAL RECORDS for Officer Darren Wilson. Wilson did go to the hospital, hours after the shooting, but a simple records check at the hospital, that only General Strike to end Corruption did, clearly shows that Officer Wilson did not require, nor was he treated for any injuries.

3.) A police report on the death of Michael Brown is missing key information and violates Missouri open records laws. The two-page document, which the Ferguson Police Department released only after pressure from journalists and civil liberties advocates, is largely redacted or left blank.

4.) The Washington Post is reporting that Officer Darren Wilson, worked for another police department before going to work in Ferguson three years ago. From the Washington Post:


The small city of Jennings, Mo., had a police department so troubled, and with so much tension between white officers and black residents, that the city council finally decided to disband it. Everyone in the Jennings police department was fired. New officers were brought in to create a credible department from scratch.

 
Guess what? Darren Wilson was one of those officers. Some of the officers reapplied for their old jobs, but Wilson himself took a position in Ferguson.

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5.) Jim Hoft wrote that his source for the claim about the fractured eye socket was the St. Louis County Prosecutor’s office. The St. Louis County Prosecutor's office never made such a claim.

6.) Michael brown was a very bad person and he did steal cigars, there's video. Most kids steal something and never get shot for it. But an autopsy toxicology report would later show that Mike had weed in his system, which proves he was a very bad person indeed. The only problem here is that cops are exempt from having to take drug test, even after discharging their weapon, so we will never know what drugs Officer Wilson was on.

7.) Autopsy report shows Mike was shot at least six times, including twice in the head. One of the bullets entered the top of Mr. Brown’s skull, suggesting his head was bent forward when it struck him and caused a fatal injury. Mr. Brown was also shot four times in the right arm.

 
One of the bullets shattered Mr. Brown’s right eye, traveled through his face, exited his jaw and re-entered his collarbone. The last two shots in the head would have stopped him in his tracks and were likely the last fired.
 
8.) An eye witness Tiffany Mitchell said in an interview with MSNBC , “Mr. Brown turned, raised his hands", and said, “I don’t have a gun, stop shooting!”
 
Officer Wilson continued to fire and Mr. Brown crumpled to the ground, Ms. Mitchell said.

Other witnesses also said teen's arms were raised

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Next time you hear some George Orwell 'Animal Farm' propaganda, remember to check the source. Personally, I really hope that Officer Darren Wilson's trial is fair and impartial, oops, I mean, I hope that charges are brought against Officer Darren Wilson. Yes, no drug test, no charges and on a paid vacation. Only in this twisted sick world are people out raising money for the officer instead of for the grieving family. God Bless America!
 
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Tuesday, September 9, 2014

History repeats: Did Abu Gharib happen again

By Christopher Rice


Operation Demetrius began on Monday 9 August at about 4AM.
The operation was in two parts:



In the first wave of raids across Northern Ireland, 342 people were arrested. Many of those arrested reported that they and their families were assaulted, verbally abused and threatened by the soldiers. There were claims of soldiers smashing their way into houses without warning and firing baton rounds through doors and windows. Many of those arrested also reported being ill-treated during their detention. They complained of being beaten, verbally abused, threatened, harassed by dogs, denied sleep, and starved. Specific humiliations included being forced to run a gauntlet of baton-wielding soldiers, having their heads forcefully shaved, being kept naked, being burnt with cigarettes, having a sack placed over their heads for long periods, having a rope kept around their necks, having the barrel of a gun pressed against their heads, being dragged by the hair, being trailed behind armoured vehicles while barefoot, and being tied to armored trucks as a human shield.

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THE IRAQI INSURGENCY

The operation sparked an immediate upsurge of violence, which was said to be the worst since the August 1969 riots. The British Army came under sustained attack from Irish nationalist/republican rioters and gunmen, especially in Belfast. According to journalist Kevin Myers: "Insanity seized the city. Hundreds of vehicles were hijacked and factories were burnt. Loyalist and IRA gunmen were everywhere". People blocked roads and streets with burning barricades to stop the British Army entering their neighbourhoods. In Derry, barricades were erected around Free Derry and "for the next 11 months these areas effectively seceded from British control". Between 9 and 11 August, 24 people were killed or fatally wounded: 20 civilians (14 Catholics, 6 Protestants), two members of the Provisional IRA, shot dead by the British Army, and two members of the British Army, shot dead by the Provisional IRA.

The introduction of internment, the way the arrests were carried out, and the abuse of those arrested, led to mass protests and a sharp increase in violence. Amid the violence, about 7,000 people fled or were forced out of their homes.

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ENHANCED INTERROGATION
 
The interrogation techniques used on the detainees were described by the European Commission of Human Rights in 1976 as "torture", but the European Court of Human Rights ruled on appeal in 1978 that while the techniques were "inhuman and degrading", they did not constitute torture. It was later revealed that the British Government had withheld information from the ECHR and that a policy of "torture" had in fact been authorized by British Government ministers.

The policy of internment was to last until December 1975 and during that time 1,981 people were interned; 1,874 were Catholic/Irish republican, while 107 were Protestant/loyalist. The first Protestant/loyalist internees were detained in February 1973.

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The internments were initially carried out under Regulations 11 and 12 of 1956 and Regulation 10 of 1957 (the Special Powers Regulations), made under the authority of the Special Powers Act. The Detention of Terrorists Order of 7 November 1972, made under the authority of the Temporary Provisions Act, was used after direct rule was instituted.

Internees arrested without trial pursuant to Operation Demetrius could not complain to the European Commission of Human Rights about breaches of Article 5 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) because on 27 June 1957, the UK lodged a notice with the Council of Europe declaring that there was a "public emergency within the meaning of Article 15(1) of the Convention."

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GITMO and the ONGOING HUNGER STRIKE
 
On 19 October, five Northern Ireland Members of Parliament (MPs) began a 48-hour hunger strike against internment. The protest took place near 10 Downing Street in London. Among those taking part were John Hume, Austin Currie, and Bernadette Devlin. Protests would continue until internment was ended in December 1975.

TERRORIST WATCH LIST

Historians generally view the period of internment as inflaming sectarian tensions in Northern Ireland, while failing in its goal of arresting key members of the IRA. Many of the people arrested had no links whatsoever with the IRA, but their names appeared on the list of those to be arrested through bungling and incompetence. The list's lack of reliability and the arrests that followed, complemented by reports of internees being abused, led to more people identifying with the IRA in the Irish nationalist community and losing hope in other methods. After Operation Demetrius, recruits came forward in huge numbers to join the Provisional and Official wings of the IRA. Internment also led to a sharp increase in violence. In the eight months before the operation, there were 34 conflict-related deaths in Northern Ireland. In the four months following it, 140 were killed. A serving officer of the British Royal Marines declared:
It (internment) has, in fact, increased terrorist activity, perhaps boosted IRA recruitment, polarised further the Catholic and Protestant communities and reduced the ranks of the much needed Catholic moderates.
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INTERROGATION of DETAINEES

The interrogation of internees was carried out by both the British Army and RUC. A number of internees were chosen for "deep interrogation", using the 'five techniques' (also referred to as sensory deprivation techniques). This took place at Shackleton Barracks, outside Ballykelly. Training and advice regarding the 'five techniques' came from senior intelligence officials in the British Government. According to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), the five techniques were:
  • (a) wall-standing: forcing the detainees to remain for periods of some hours in a "stress position", described by those who underwent it as being "spreadeagled against the wall, with their fingers put high above the head against the wall, the legs spread apart and the feet back, causing them to stand on their toes with the weight of the body mainly on the fingers";
  • (b) hooding: putting a black or navy coloured bag over the detainees' heads and, at least initially, keeping it there all the time except during interrogation;
  • (c) subjection to noise: pending their interrogations, holding the detainees in a room where there was a continuous loud and hissing noise;
  • (d) deprivation of sleep: pending their interrogations, depriving the detainees of sleep;
  • (e) deprivation of food and drink: subjecting the detainees to a reduced diet during their stay at the centre and pending interrogations.
Some internees later reported that they had also been subjected to waterboarding.

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Senate Report on Enhanced Interrogations

When the interrogation techniques used on the internees became known to the public, there was outrage at the Government, especially from the Irish nationalist community. In answer to the anger from the public and Members of Parliament, on 16 November 1971 (just over a month after the start of the operation), the British Government commissioned a committee of inquiry chaired by Lord Parker (the Lord Chief Justice of England) to look into the legal and moral aspects of the 'five techniques'.

The "Parker Report" was published on 2 March 1972 and found the five techniques to be illegal under domestic law.

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ENTER OBAMA

As foreshadowed in the Prime Minister's statement, directives expressly forbidding the use of the techniques, whether alone or together, were then issued to the security forces by the Government. These are still in force and the use of such methods by UK security forces would not be condoned by the Government.

The Government of the United Kingdom have considered the question of the use of the 'five techniques' with very great care and with particular regard to Article 3 (art. 3) of the Convention. They now give this unqualified undertaking, that the 'five techniques' will not in any circumstances be reintroduced as an aid to interrogation.

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CIA LIED ABOUT EFFECTIVENESS OF TORTURE AND SEVERITY OF METHODS USED

In June 2014, an RTÉ documentary entitled The Torture Files uncovered a letter from the UK Home Secretary Merlyn Rees in 1977 to the then British Prime Minister James Callaghan confirming that a policy of 'torture' had in fact been authorised by the British government's ministers, and specifically the Secretary for Defence Peter Carrington, in 1971 contrary to the knowledge of the Irish government or the ECHR. The letter states: "It is my view (confirmed by Brian Faulkner before his death) that the decision to use methods of torture in Northern Ireland in 1971/72 was taken by ministers - in particular Lord Carrington, then secretary of state for defence."

Following the 2014 revelations, the President of Sinn Féin, Gerry Adams, called on the Irish government to bring the case back to the ECHR because the British government, he said, "lied to the European Court of Human Rights both on the severity of the methods used on the men, their long term physical and psychological consequences, on where these interrogations took place and who gave the political authority and clearance for it".

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Heroin, Mexico and the CIA

Mexico has a new distinction in the world of illicit drugs as Heroin has seen a six-fold increase in production from 2007-2011 making it the largest Opium producer in the World to second place Afghanistan. Previously 87% of the World’s production of Opium originated in Afghanistan in the 2004 period which contributed roughly $4 billion dollars per year to the country with a 4,500 metric tons output noted in 1999.

The farming of Opium in Mexico goes back to the early period of the 1900s when its cultivation and use were then attributed to Chinese immigrants using the substance. Following the passage of the Harrison Narcotics Act in 1914 by the U.S. congress the price for opium soared. Mexico which was already involved in a revolutionary war was directing its resources to that end. So Mexican drug farmers and smugglers jumped onto the supply train supplying the American need for opium based products which was now a profitable business venture.

Up until 1926 poppy cultivation was perfectly legal in the Mexican territories and as in the U.S. opium was illegal this new road to another profitable enterprise was wide open. And the young drug cartels took notice of this by supplying the U.S. with growing quantities of this drug. There was even a bigger opium boom period after the end of World War II which only ingrained and strengthened this illicit contraband crop. As Mexico itself did not experience or see any effects of widespread drug abuse by its citizens the government even tolerated what little illicit drug production that was perceived to be occurring on Mexican soil.

Prior to and during the World War II period numerous military bases were constructed on the U.S. Mexican border which only contributed to the development and refinement of heroin distribution networks and increased ease of using new smuggling routes.

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As the Mexican drug smuggling culture had grown while becoming more specialized with a captive audience just across the border the financial incentives only further fueled our unholy alliance. During the 1960’s period Mexico became a Major exporter of Marijuana and Heroin to the U.S. population.
 
Efforts that were taken on our European counterparts smuggling operations only strengthened Mexico’s hand as in the early 1970 period they became the number 1 drug exporter. It was noted that in 1974 at least 75% of the U.S. Heroin Market was of Mexican origin.

It was not as if the United States government had not taken notice of this problem as in 1969 Mexico grabbed the dubious distinction as being the primary distributor of illicit drugs to our country.

Oil was a driving effort in this change of mind by both governments as the discovery of this black gold was discovered in southeastern Mexico. The Mexican government which could realize a profit from this cash crop in concert with the U.S. government then attempted wholesale eradication of the illicit drugs farm crops. The defoliant paraquat was used in ever-increasing amounts in trying to destroy the farmers crops of poppies and Marijuana. Yet little success was ever realized even after their crops were sprayed they just immediately harvested them for export to their northern customers, U.S. citizens. As the drug eradication program now had the unintentional effect of introducing contaminated crop byproducts into our country it was prematurely interrupted.

The Mexican farmers nevertheless took matters into their own hands moving crops to other regions where their detection would prove to be more difficult for anyone to find and destroy them.

Also these Mexican drug manufacturers only became more sophisticated, powerful and dangerous to anyone foolish enough to cross them. At least 70% of all South American cocaine passes directly through Mexico which is also the largest supplier of marijuana to the U.S. and Heroin cultivation and smuggling is growing at alarming rates.

The prices for legitimate crops of coffee and corn products has fallen with the Mexican government offering no or limited help to the effected farmers. This has only driven once legitimate farming operations to more lucrative cash crops such as Opium. Where coffee sells for 15 cents per pound Opium gum sells for $700-1200 U.S. dollars per pound which is a determining factor as to which types of crops farmers would plant.

In the year 2003 the DEA estimates Mexico generates between 3600-5000 hectares or 95,220,000 pounds on the 5000 hectares figure. The eradication efforts of the 1970s were purely for economic or more simply put dollars, yet Opium production is now larger than any oil revenue that can be found operating in Mexico.

Mexico averaged around 7.2 Metric tons or 15,873.282 lb. this was in the early half of the latest decade in the 2000s. At this time this was 30% of U.S. Heroin consumption nationwide while 98% of the Heroin consumed west of the Mississippi came from Mexico.

In the latter part of the decade along with being the United States largest supplier of Marijuana, Mexico has also become the largest supplier of Heroin. As of 2009 the worldwide value of the Heroin market was placed at $55 billion dollars with some reporting it to be closer to $65 billion annually. The United States consumes somewhere around the $8 billion dollar a year mark in regards to Heroin usage.

As of 2008 America is estimated to have consumed 6% or 22 metric tons (or 48,501.697 lbs) of the Heroin produced worldwide however now Mexico is the largest exporter of this drug to our country as was reported by the American government in 2008 when they supplied data for reporting purposes.

Also in the 2008 year period Mexico saw an explosive growth in Heroin farming operations a reported 120% increase to this illicit, illegal and deadly drug trade.
 
The resultant output was estimated to be 325 metric tons (716,502.352 lb) of raw Opium which could produce 40 metric tons (88,184.904 lbs) of Heroin.

If seizures are figured into the equation for calendar year 2008 there were 430 metric tons (947,987.727 lbs) almost 1 Trillion metric tons were produced worldwide and the industry continues to thrive even though 91 metric tons were confiscated or seized. Quite simply put this trade in an illicit drug shows no signs of slowing down along with a profit margin any CEO would proudly share with their shareholders.

In 2006 Mexico produced 130 metric tons by 2008 this had increased to 340 metric tons and who knows how much this illicit trade has increased since then as there is no data yet to be evaluated. In the U.S. about 2.1 metric tons of Heroin and Morphine were seized or 9% of the estimated annual flow or importation of these drugs. The supply of this drug is never ever going to drop unless demand for it is somehow stopped and there are no signs that this is ever going to occur.

On September 9, 2011, federal prosecutors filed a motion in U.S. District Court in Chicago seeking to invoke the Classified Information Procedures Act (CIPA), in the trial of Sinaloa cartel operative, Vicente Zambada-Niebla who alleges an agreement exists between the U.S. government and his bosses.

The CIPA was enacted over 30 years ago to prevent public disclosure in criminal cases of classified information.

The court recently released the following complaint filed by Zambada-Niebla:
“This strategy, which he calls “Divide & Conquer,” using one drug organization to help against others, is exactly what the Justice Department and its various agencies have implemented in Mexico. In this case, they entered into an agreement with the leadership of the Sinaloa Cartel through, among others, Humberto Loya-Castro, to receive their help in the United States government’s efforts to destroy other cartels. Under that agreement, the Sinaloa Cartel under the leadership of defendant’s father, Ismael Zambada-Niebla and “Chapo” Guzman, were given carte blanche to continue to smuggle tons of illicit drugs into Chicago and the rest of the United States and were also protected by the United States government from arrest and prosecution in return for providing information against rival cartels which helped Mexican and United States authorities capture or kill thousands of rival cartel members. Indeed, United States government agents aided the leaders of the Sinaloa Cartel.”

“Among other benefits received by the leadership of the Sinaloa Cartel was that United States government agents did not share any of the information they received relating to the Sinaloa Cartel with the Mexican government and the leadership of the Sinaloa Cartel was kept informed of both Mexican and United States government operations in areas near their location. Indeed, Mr. Loya-Castro was permitted to be present while government agents were discussing strategies regarding operations they were conducting in Mexico. Moreover, no effort was made by United States government agents to apprehend Ismael Zambada-Niebla or “Chapo” Guzman, who had been indicted several times in the United States and were subjects of extradition requests by the United States government.”

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In September, the website Narco News reported on the case and spoke with a former federal agent on the condition of anonymity who went so far as to suggest a possible CIA connection to the drug trafficker’s case.

The Narco News article reads: “The former federal agent who spoke with Narco News about the Zambada Niebla case, and who asked not to be named, says that in CIPA cases, individuals are often brought in by the government who have ‘particular specialties, like defending CIA interests.’”

Not surprisingly, while reporting the government’s denial of any collusion with the drug cartel, the mainstream press has remained thoroughly silent on the CIPA filing.

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But wait, there's even more to this story. Other former U.S. agents have claimed that Los Zetas is controlled and abetted by the American government, too. “There's warehouses down here [in Texas] where they're training more Zetas individuals that work for the cartels,” former DEA operative and whistleblower Celerino Castillo said during a radio interview with Alex Jones.

Many leaders of the criminal empire were actually trained in the U.S. at the infamous military training center know as School of the Americas.

And a
separate report late last month based on allegations by CIA and DEA insider Phil Jordan is even more explosive. He is claiming that the Obama administration was selling Los Zetas military-grade weaponry through a front company set up in Mexico.

"They've found anti-aircraft weapons and hand grenades from the Vietnam War era," former CIA pilot Robert "Tosh" Plumlee, who supported Jordan’s claims,
told the El Paso Times.

Even members of the Zetas have confirmed the allegations, as The New American
reported last month. One of the cartel’s founders, Jesús "El Mamito" Aguilar, told Mexican police in a taped interrogation released to the public that his organization was getting weapons directly from the U.S. government.

New revelations also i
ndicate that American taxpayers were even financing the cartels’ arms acquisitions through multiple federal agencies. And available evidence shows that approval for the programs reached into the highest levels of the Justice Department and other parts of the Obama administration.

In the past, the CIA has been implicated in numerous scandals involving drug and weapons trafficking. From Contra-Cocaine, Vietnam-Heroin and Iran to Latin America, the agency has repeatedly been caught importing narcotics and exporting arms to support its illegal and subversive purposes.

Source: (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. VICENTE JESUS ZAMBADA-NIEBLA, Case No. 09 CR 383, pgs. 6-8)

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