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Just More Western hypocrisy In Ukraine over recent “Join Russia” protests

April 16th, 2014
Just More Western hypocrisy In Ukraine over recent "Join Russia" protests By Dark Politricks The recent "riots" in Eastern Ukraine by people who want to federalize Ukraine or let their part of the country join Russia like Crimea is just another example of the hypocrisy of the west. Remember when this was all going on in Kiev. Peaceful... [read more]

Nigel Farage v Nick Clegg – The European Union In Or Out debate

April 5th, 2014
.Nigel Farage v Nick Clegg - The European Union In Or Out debate By Dark Politricks Over the last two weeks Nigel Farage and Nick Clegg have been debating whether we should leave the EU on radio and TV. Of course you might have missed these debates on TV as they haven't really been highlighted in the TV schedules. The leader of the UKIP, Nigel... [read more]

Can you imagine if Ukraine was the USA?

March 25th, 2014
Can you imagine if Ukraine was the USA? By Dark Politricks Can you imagine if what was occurring in the Ukraine was happening in the USA or the UK? Policeman killed by ultra nationalists and anti-Semite thugs being put into positions of power with the help of AIPAC bought and paid for US politicians such as John McCain? It just goes to show how... [read more]

Dr Judy Wood – Evidence of Energy Weapons at 9.11

March 16th, 2014
Dr Judy Wood - Evidence of Energy Weapons at 9.11 By Dark Politricks This is a great talk I watched earlier from Dr Judy Wood who is an expert on direct energy weapons and the theory that the WTC on 9.11 was destroyed not by Thermite, Nano-thermite, or bombs but by new (or old) direct energy weapons. Weapons that made cars twist and turn into objects... [read more]

Edward Snowdens response to the European Parliament about NSA spying

March 10th, 2014
Edward Snowden's response to the European Parliament about NSA spying By Dark Politricks This is Edward Snowden's response to the European Parliament which wanted to find out more the United State's spying on the EU, their citizens, politicians and internet traffic. He was invited to attend a meeting but obviously was worried about being arrested... [read more]

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War Is Good for Us, Dumb New Book Claims

War Is Good for Us, Dumb New Book Claims

By DavidSwanson

Ian Morris has stuck his dog’s ear in his mouth, snapped a selfie, and proclaimed “Man Bites Dog.” His new book War: What Is It Good For? Conflict and Progress of Civilization from Primates to Robots is intended to prove that war is good for children and other living things. It actually proves that defenders of war are growing desperate for arguments.

Morris maintains that the only way to make peace is to make large societies, and the only way to make large societies is through war. Ultimately, he believes, the only way to protect peace is through a single global policeman. Once you’ve made peace, he believes, prosperity follows. And from that prosperity flows happiness. Therefore, war creates happiness. But the one thing you must never stop engaging in if you hope to have peace, prosperity, and joy is — you guessed it — war.

This thesis becomes an excuse for hundreds of pages of a sort of Monty Python history of the technologies of war, not to mention the evolution of chimpanzees, and various even less relevant excursions. These pages are packed with bad history and guesswork, and I’m greatly tempted to get caught up in the details. But none of it has much impact on the book’s conclusions. All of Morris’s history, accurate and otherwise, is put to mythological use. He’s telling a simplistic story about where safety and happiness originated, and advocating highly destructive misery-inducing behavior as a result.

When small, medium, and large societies have been and are peaceful, Morris ignores them. There are lots of ways to define peaceful, but none of them put the leading war maker at the top, and none of them place at the top only nations that could be imagined to fall under a Pax Americana.

When societies have been enlarged peacefully, as in the formation of the European Union, Morris applauds (he thinks the’E.U. earned its peace prize, and no doubt all the more so for its extensive war making as deputy globocop) but he just skips over the fact that war wasn’t used in the’E.U.’s formation. (He avoids the United Nations entirely.)

When the globocop brings death and destruction and disorder to Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, or Yemen, Morris sticks his fingers in his ears and hums. “Interstate wars” he informs us (like most of his other claims, without any footnotes) have “almost disappeared.” Well isn’t that great news?! (Morris grotesquely minimizes Iraqi deaths from the recent [nonexistent?] war, and of course supplies no footnote.)

In a culture that has long waged wars, it has been possible to say that wars bring courage, wars bring heroism, wars bring slaves, wars bring cultural exchange. One could have asserted at various points that wars were the only way to a great many ends, not just large societies that reduce small-scale murders. Barely a century ago William James was worried there was no way to build character without war, and defenders of war were advertising it as good for its participants in a much more direct way than Morris has been reduced to. Has war been the means of building empires and nations? Sure, but that neither means that empires are the only way to peace, nor that war was the only nation-building tool available, nor that we must keep waging wars in an age in which we aren’t forming empires or nations any longer. That ancient pyramids may have been built by slaves hardly makes slavery the best or only way to preserve the pyramids.

Tying something good, such as ending slavery in the United States, to a war, such as the U.S. Civil War, doesn’t make war the only way to end slavery. In fact, most nations that ended slavery did so without a war. Much less is continuing to wage wars the only possible way (or even a useful way at all) to hold off the restoration of slavery or to complete its eradication. And, by the way, a great many societies that Morris credits with making progress through war also had slavery, monarchy, women-as-property, environmental destruction, and worship of religions now defunct. Were those institutions also necessary for peace and prosperity, or are they irrelevant to it, or did we overcome some of them through peaceful means? Morris, at one point, acknowledges that slavery (not just war) generated European wealth, later crediting the industrial revolution as well — the godfather of which, in his mind, was no doubt peace created by war. (What did you expect, the Spanish Inquisition?)

The tools of nonviolence that have achieved so much in the past century are never encountered in Morris’ book, so no comparison with war is offered. Nonviolent revolutions have tended to dismember empires or alter the leadership of a nation that remains the same size, so Morris must not view them as useful tools, even when they produce more free and prosperous societies. But it’s not clear Morris can recognize those when he sees them. Morris claims that in the past 30 years “we” (he seems to mean in the United States, but could mean the world, it’s not totally clear) have become “safer and richer than ever.”

Morris brags about U.S. murder rates falling, and yet dozens of nations from every continent have lower murder rates than the U.S. Nor do larger nations tend to have lower murder rates than smaller nations. Morris holds up Denmark as a model, but never looks at Denmark’s society, its distribution of wealth, its social supports. Morris claims the whole world is growing more equal in wealth.

Back here in reality, historians of the Middle Ages say that our age has the greater disparities — disparities that are growing within the United States in particular, but globally as well. Oxfam reports that the richest 85 people in the world have more money than the poorest 3.5 billion. That is the peace that Morris swears is not a wasteland. The United States ranks third in average wealth but 27th in median wealth. Yet, somehow Morris believes the United States can lead the way to “Denmark” and that Denmark itself can only be Denmark because of how many people the United States kills in “productive wars” (even though they have “almost disappeared”). Morris writes these scraps of wisdom from Silicon Valley, where he says he sees nothing but wealth, yet where people with nowhere to sleep but in a car may soon be banned from doing so.

We’re also safer, Morris thinks, because he sees no climate emergency worth worrying about. He’s quite openly in favor of wars for oil, yet never notices oil’s effects until the end of the book when he takes a moment to brush such concerns aside.

We’re also safer, Morris tells us, because there are no longer enough nukes in the world to kill us all. Has he never heard of nuclear famine? Does he not understand the growing risks of proliferating nuclear weapons and energy? Two nations have thousands of nukes ready to launch in an instant, every one of them many times more powerful than the two nuclear bombs dropped thus far; and one of those nations is prodding the other one with a stick in Ukraine, resulting in more, not less, violence in the beneficiary of such expansionism. Meanwhile the officials overseeing U.S. nukes keep getting caught cheating on tests or shipping nukes across the country unguarded, and generally view nuclear weapons oversight as the lowest most dead-end career track. This makes us safer?

Morris hypes lies about Iran pursuing nuclear weapons. He opens the book with a tale of a near nuclear holocaust (one of many he could have chosen). And yet, somehow disarmament isn’t on the agenda, at least not with the priority given to maintaining or increasing war spending. Not to worry, he assures us, “missile defense” actually works, or might someday, so that’ll protect us — although he parenthetically admits it won’t. The point is it’s warlike, and war is good, because war spreads peace. That’s the role the U.S. must play for the good of all: policeman of the world. Morris, while clearly a huge fan of Barack Obama, believes that all recent U.S. presidents should have a Nobel Peace Prize. Never does Morris comment on the fact that the rest of the world sees the United States as the greatest threat to world peace.

Morris admits that the United States is encircling China with weapons, but he describes in sinister tones China’s response of building weaponry that will only serve a function near China’s own shores, not as defensive or unimperialistic, but at “asymmetrical” — and we all know what that means: unfair! China might make it hard for the globocop to wage war on and around China. This Morris sees as the looming danger. The solution, he thinks, is for the United States to keep its militaristic edge (never mind that its military makes China’s look like a child’s toy). More drone killing is not only good but also (and this sort of nonsense always makes you wonder why its advocate bothers advocating) inevitable. Of course, the United States won’t start a war against China, says Morris, because launching wars hurts a nation’s reputation so severely. (You can see how badly the U.S. reputation has suffered in Morris’ eyes following its latest string of wars.)

And yet, what lies on the horizon, almost inevitably, Morris contends, is World War III.

There’s nothing you can do about it. Don’t bother working for peace, Morris says. But a solution may arrive nonetheless. If we can go on dumping our money into wars for just one more century, or maybe more, proliferating weapons, destroying the environment, losing our liberties in the model land of the free, then — if we’re really lucky — the computer programmers of Silicon Valley will save us, or some of us, or something, by. .. wait for it. .. hooking us up to computers so that our minds all meld together.

Morris may be more confident than I that the result of this computerized rapture will be worldwide empathy rather than revulsion. But then, he’s had longer to get used to living with the way he thinks.

View the original article at Washingtons Blog

Posted in Analysis & Review, China, Middle East.

Tagged with Book, China, Civil War, Denmark, It Good, Man Bites, Middle Ages, Nobel Peace, Nobel Peace Prize, Obama, Robots, Silicon Valley, The United States, Ukraine, Union, United States, War, William James.

Cop Tries to Shoot Dog, Ends Up Shooting Himself

Cop Tries to Shoot Dog, Ends Up Shooting Himself

Footage shows docile canine playing with children

Adan Salazar
April 18, 2014

A California sheriff’s deputy is feeling the sting of humiliation after he attempted to shoot a fenced-in dog, but failed, succeeding only in shooting himself.

The deputy, who works with the Riverside County Court Services Division, was reportedly serving an eviction notice at a Riverside home on Wednesday at around 2p.m. when a large dog approached him.

Police say the pit bull, who can be seen in footage shot by Los Angeles NBC affiliate KNBC being playful and friendly with several children, attacked the officer, forcing him to draw his weapon.

Cop Tries to Shoot Dog, Ends Up Shooting Himself largedog

Children relieved dog wasn’t shot.

A large pit bull breed dog attacked the deputy, an investigator told KNBC. In defense of himself, he fired one round at the dog and inadvertently struck himself in the leg.

The dog’s owner, Jorge Rodriguez, says his dog never attacked.

Cop Tries to Shoot Dog, Ends Up Shooting Himself copshot

Dog owner Jorge Rodriguez thankful the officer and his dog are OK.

The officer got scared and unfortunately pulled his gun and he shot himself, Rodriguez says. He was in pain, man, I feel sorry for the officer.

The officer sustained non-life threatening injuries and is being treated at the Riverside Community hospital.

Reports say the Department of Animal Services won’t take action against the dog as she was legally within a fenced-in enclosure. No word on whether the officer will be investigated for mishandling his firearm.

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Posted in Analysis & Review, Prison Planet Articles.

Tagged with Adan Salazar, Animal Services, California, Cop Tries, Court, Jorge Rodriguez, KNBC, Los Angeles, NBC, Prison, Riverside Community, Riverside County Court Services, sheriff, Shooting.

CIA Will Soon Roll Out Death Squads to Deal With Activists in Eastern Ukraine

CIA Will Soon Roll Out Death Squads to Deal With Activists in Eastern Ukraine

Kurt Nimmo
April 18, 2014

Senator Chris Murphy, the Connecticut Democrat who urged punishing the Russian people in response to Crimeans voting to secede from post-coup Ukraine, questioned CIA boss John Brennan’s recent trip.

Russia demands explanation for CIA trip to Ukraine.

What message does it send to have John Brennan, the head of the CIA in Kiev, meeting with the interim government? Does that not confirm the worst paranoia on the part of the Russians and those who see the Kiev government as essentially a puppet of the West? Murphy said on MSNBC earlier this week.

I dont know the wisdom of having Brennan there. We ultimately dont want this to be viewed as a proxy fight between the United States and Russia.

Brennan’s presence in Kyiv, however, was not simply intended to underscore U.S. support for the largely fascist junta, but also send a message to Russia that the CIA will now work with the neo-Nazi Andriy Parubiy, boss of the Ukrainian National Security Council, and other coup leaders as the eastern part of the country follows the path taken by Crimea.

For the establishment media in the United States, the takeover of administrative buildings by militants in eight cities is part of a Russian effort to annex eastern Ukraine. This script, however, was dealt a setback on Friday when the activists said they are not part of an agreement reached by Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov in Geneva on Thursday.

“Lavrov did not sign anything for us, he signed on behalf of the Russian Federation,” said Denis Pushilin, head of the Donetsk People’s Republic.

The Gannett combine that owns USA Today did not include additional remarks by Pushilin. “This is a reasonable agreement, he said of the Kerry-Lavrov agreement. but everyone should vacate the buildings and that includes Yatsenyuk and Turchynov, two leaders of the coup government in Kyiv. He then called for a referendum that will allow “self-determination of the people, a political move opposed by the United States following its installation of fascists and their collaborators in Kyiv.

Due to the ineptness of the junta and the failure of its eastern operation to prevent secession, the CIA will now step in and direct the effort which will, undoubtedly, result in the whole slaughter of Ukrainians opposed to the fascist regime installed by the United States.

The CIA director was sent to Kiev to launch a military suppression [campaign] in eastern and southern Ukraine, former Russian territories for the most part that were foolishly attached to Ukraine in the early years of Soviet rule, former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Paul Craig Roberts told RIA Novosti on Tuesday.

This military suppression will undoubtedly be augmented by the sort of sadistic behavior fascists revel in. Now that Svoboda ultranationalist Parubiy and his thuggish Right Sector counterpart, Dmytro Yarosh, are in control of the security apparatus in Ukraine, the CIA has a dream team in place for torture and mass murder.

The CIA’s track record in this department is legend. It has set up and managed death squads in’El Salvador, Guatemala, in pre-Sandinista Nicaragua, in Europe (the Gladio stay behind operation), Haiti, Angola, Bolivia, Chile, Egypt, Vietnam (Phoenix program) East Timor, Honduras, Indonesia, Iraq, Georgia, and many other countries. Death squads are routinely used when traditional military tactics fail to suppress political opposition, as is the case in eastern Ukraine.

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Posted in Analysis & Review, Politics, Prison Planet Articles, Russia, Television Video & Film.

Tagged with CIA, Crimea, death, Death Squads, Eastern Ukraine, Intelligence Agencies, John Brennan, Kiev, Kurt Nimmo, RIA, Russia, Russian Federation, Russian Foreign, Sergei Lavrov, Soon Roll, State John Kerry, Ukraine, United States.

Insect Population Dwindling in Louisiana Marshlands Four Years After BP Deepwater Horizon

Insect Population Dwindling in Louisiana Marshlands Four Years After BP Deepwater Horizon

By WashingtonsBlog

Preface by Washington’s Blog: The BP oil spill is still decimating all of the Gulf wildilife four years later.

By Julie Dermansky. First Published on DeSmogBlog.

Louisiana State University entomologist Linda Hooper-Bui has been studying the impact of the BP oil spill on insects and spiders for almost four years. She started her study shortly after the Macondo well blew out on April 20, 2010, before any oil washed up on shore. Her work documents the dwindling of the insect population in areas directly hit with the oil.

On April 9th, she returned to Bay Jimmy and Bay Baptiste, areas that were heavily impacted by the oil spill in Plaquemines Parish, Louisiana.

Insects are the basis of the food chain. They are like nature’s Twinkies, Hooper-Bui says.

Her studies also monitor fish and birds, since they eat insects. She sweeps areas designated for her study by walking back and forth waving a net, catching whatever insects are present. She then empties the net into alcohol, preserving the insects for testing. She takes note of the wind speed and temperature at each location and collects a sample of sediment to be tested for hydrocarbons.

Weathered oil found coating the surface of the marsh in Bay Baptiste, Louisiana on April 9, 2014. 2014 Julie Dermansky

Back in the lab, Hooper-Bui sorts insects by species. She sends some out for testing and stores the rest so other scientists can study them. The results of the test reveal the nutrients found in them, including carbon, nitrogen and sulfur. Knowing what the insects are eating helps her evaluate changes in the environment. She compares the data from sites that were oiled to those that were not.

Linda Hooper-Bui holds a bag containing insects collected in Bay Jimmy, one of the areas hardest hit by the BP oil spill. 2014 Julie Dermansky

Hooper-Bui makes it clear that she is an independent scientist collaborating with other scientists at other institutions. Her work is not part of any government studies or studies subsidized by BP. Funding for her work has come from competitive grants from the National Science Foundation, the Northern Gulf Institute, the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative and two grants from LSU. She believes being a scientist is a civic duty, and will not allow her work to be compromised.

Hooper-Bui’s first peer-reviewed reports should be available by this summer, but she has been sharing her observations with interested parties all along. She hopes her work will be utilized by those who have to deal with future spills and by those making policy decisions that involve the oil industry as well as locals who are still dealing directly with the aftermath of this disaster.

Since there are fewer insects and spiders for birds and fish to eat, she is seeing a decrease in other species’ success.

This is what happens when the ecosystem seems to be disrupted, Hooper-Bui says. Her studies show that not only does oil remain in the marsh in Plaquemines Parish, it is still emitting volatile aromatics. Preliminary results indicate the volatiles naphthalene and methylnaphthalene remain in the oil contaminated parts of the marsh, and could be responsible for the dramatic decline in insect population. Naphthalene is an insecticide, according to Hooper-Bui.

While standing on weathered oil on the shore of Bay Jimmy, Hooper-Bui told DeSmogBlog, I am looking at how an environment rebuilds itself after a catastrophic disturbance. It is a chronic situation in the marsh, not an acute one because the oil is still here, she notes. The oil gets remobilized when storms hit, and when the tide is low and the temperature heats up, volatile compounds emit from the exposed weathered oil coating the surface.

Weathered oil coats the surface on the marsh in Bay Jimmy, one of the areas hardest hit by the BP oil spill. 2014 Julie Dermansky

Hurricanes affect insects too, so weather factors into Hooper-Bui’s data as well. She has been involved with research about storm effects on insect populations since 2009. Her earlier work gave her benchmark data on how insect populations are affected by storms.

A healthy environment will rebuild itself after a storm, Hooper-Bui says. We know that from Isaac a compromised eco-system is of concern. The plants might look o.k. but the insects are constantly fumigated when the water is not on the marsh (due to north wind or low tides) and the temperatures are high when sediment is exposed the volatile compounds come off the marsh and fumigate the insects and they die we have results for three years to show that, in the field and in the lab.

Critics of her studies claim there are no volatiles coming off the marsh. But Hooper-Bui stands by her findings.

We put cages with insects in them where the only interactions the caged insects had with the environment were with the air in the marsh and they were dying in oiled areas and surviving in non-oiled areas. When the marsh’s sediment is exposed and the temperature gets above 85 degrees Fahrenheit, the oil is being biologically degraded, the oil is releasing volatiles and is killing the insects.

A report released by The National Wildlife Federation before the fourth anniversary of the BP disaster deals with 14 species higher up in the food chain than insects. On dolphins, the report cites the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) report that states, NOAA researchers found strong evidence that the ill health of the dolphins in Louisianas Barataria Bay was related to oil exposure.

And on tuna, 20% of larval fish could have been exposed to oil, with a potential reduction in future populations of about 4%. For a species already in peril, reductions in reproductive success and lower populations can be major impediments to recovery.

The report goes on to cite a study co-authored by John Incardona, research toxicologist at NOAA. From the NWF report:

A more recent study shows that a chemical in oil from the spill can cause irregular heartbeats in bluefin and yellowfin tuna that can lead to heart attacks, or even death. The effects are believed to be particularly problematic for fish embryos and larvae, as heartbeat changes could affect development of other organs. The researchers suggest that other vertebrate species in the Gulf of Mexico could have been similarly affected.

BP refutes the report. BP spokesman Jason Ryan told UPI, The National Wildlife Federation report is a piece of political advocacy, not science, he said. It cherry picks reports to support the organizations agenda, often ignoring caveats in those reports or mischaracterizing their findings.

However, BP has been criticized for claiming the company will make things right in their advertisements. BPs ads stress they are committed to the Gulf and committed to America and that business is back to normal, yet BP continually objects to a claims settlement the company already signed off on. They have also been accused of acting as trolls on internet sites and spreading misinformation.

Linda Hooper-Bui checking sediment in Bay Jimmy, some of it mixed with weathered oil. 2014 Julie Dermansky

Hooper-Bui explains, Insects are important to study because they are the basis of the food chain and because people don’t care about them, I can manipulate them for my studies without upsetting anyone. Insects are like a canary in a coal mine, she says. There is a big problem when they start dying.

To anyone who thinks the oil isn’t still out there, Hooper-Bui says, Come out here and I’ll show you. It wasn’t cleaned up.

This story is 2014 Julie Dermansky and may not be’re-posted without permission.

View the original article at Washingtons Blog

Posted in Analysis & Review, Environmental & Green.

Tagged with Atmospheric Administration, Bay Jimmy, Deepwater Horizon, Gulf of Mexico, Hooper-Bui, Insect Population, Insect Population Dwindling, Julie Dermansky, Linda Hooper-Bui, Louisiana, Louisiana Marshlands, Mexico, National Oceanic, National Wildlife, National Wildlife Federation, NOAA, population, Washington.

CrossTalk: Indecision & Paralysis in Ukraine

CrossTalk: Indecision & Paralysis in Ukraine

By Russia Today

With the government in Kiev lacking legitimacy and meaningful political resources, Washington and Brussels face a public relations disaster of epic proportions. Meanwhile, Russia watches from the sidelines. How are things played in Ukraine right now? CrossTalking with Mitch Feierstein, Andrew Korybko and Gilbert Mercier. Watch all CrossTalk shows here: (Sep 2009 – Feb 2011) (Mar 2011 – Jul 2012) (Jul 2012 – current).

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Posted in Analysis & Review, Television Video & Film.

Tagged with Brussels, CrossTalk, Kiev, Peter Lavelle, Russia, Ukraine, Washington.