http://youtu.be/9oIQu7go0JU part 1
http://youtu.be/gQBC-8FCmhQ part 2
http://youtu.be/OV00bB8JpX4 part 3
http://youtu.be/l8I3qDu187c part 4
http://youtu.be/YKj9nVtuzeE part 6
http://youtu.be/ZESbgrieTvg part 7
http://youtu.be/hnj5jIbTm5o part 8
http://youtu.be/e1vndoEtcFo part 9
Look at the eyes when people like Obama start lying … in one way or another, there is always something wrong with the blue screen.
They suddenly can see TROUGH their eyelids … hmmmm … strange.
A shape shifting hybrid or just a technical error???
Did you know that sterilization will not cost women a penny under Obamacare? A new regulation that goes into effect on August 1st requires that health plans cover sterilization for all women with “reproductive capacity”.
That includes teenage girls. According to the new regulation, women must have access to sterilization “without having to pay a co-payment, co-insurance or a deductible.” So women will not have to pay asingle penny out of pocket if they want to get sterilized. Of course this sterilization mandate will make health insurance more expensive for all of us, but the social engineers in Washington D.C. feel that increasing access to sterilization is a very important public policy goal. So why are they doing this? They are doing this because they love death. They truly believe that they are saving the planet by reducing human numbers. That is why “family planning” is always at the very heart of the “green agenda”. They want to sterilize women because that will help keep the population down. And if there are less people running around, there will be less of us to ruin “their planet” with all of our pollution.
Farnborough, England (CNN) – They are now a familiar presence in war zones, but if manufacturers have their way, skies over civilians heads will soon be busy with unmanned vehicles.
Drones are currently a growth industry in the aviation sector, with scores of new companies competing for a slice of the market.
And if they can clear hurdles that currently limit their deployment in friendly air space, pilotless planes of all shapes will be taking to the air on missions to watch over us.
Some of the aircraft — from devices barely bigger than a paper plane to formidable missile-sized systems operated by five-man ground crews — were on display this week at the UK’s Farnborough Airshow.
FARNBOROUGH: Having revolutionised warfare for the United States in the last 15 years, unmanned aerial drones are going global as the number of countries building and operating them soars.
Until now, such systems have largely been the exclusive purview of the US and a handful of allies. Washington allowed Britain, Italy and Turkey to buy US-built drones and operate them usually alongside US forces, but largely rejected requests from other nations keen to acquire the same capability.
But that is quickly changing. US firm General Atomics expects to make its first sales of an unarmed version of its Predator drones this year, with Latin America and the Middle East seen to be particularly fertile markets.
“There has been very considerable international interest,” retired US Navy Rear Admiral Christopher Ames, now director of international strategic development for the company, told Reuters at this week’s Farnborough International Airshow.
Flanked by video screens showing the firm’s products in action in Iraq, Afghanistan and tracking pirates over the Indian Ocean, Ames said their combat record spoke for itself.
Not only were human air crew not put at risk, he said, but use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) also offered huge savings in fuel and personnel costs over conventional manned aircraft.
From Rezaul H Laskar Islamabad, Jul 13 (PTI) A deal between the US and Pakistan on the American drone campaign against militants in the tribal belt bordering Afghanistan appears unlikely despite efforts by Pakistani negotiators to work out a compromise, according to a media report today. “Cessation of drones is still a high priority for us in the dialogue with the US but I’m afraid we are nowhere near a deal on the issue,” a senior unnamed Pakistani official was quoted as saying by the Dawn newspaper. “But we’ll keep talking to them about it,” he said. A statement issued after a meeting of the Defence Committee of the Cabinet on July 3 clearly indicated that Pakistan was trying to cut a deal with the US on drone strikes. It noted that Pakistan “will continue to engage the US on counter-terrorism cooperation and counter- terrorism tools that are in line with international law and practice”. The latest Pakistani assessment that a deal is unlikely follows recent bilateral interactions, including a meeting between Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. The pessimistic estimation is in sharp contrast with optimism in the Pakistani camp days before the July 3 deal on reopening NATO supply routes to Afghanistan after a seven-month blockade, the report said. During negotiations, Pakistan had suggested various options, including using F-16s to target militants in the tribal areas, to stop the US drone attacks, the daily said. The senior official said the army’s General Headquarters and Inter-Services Intelligence offered alternatives like a combination of defence and intelligence operations to root out terrorists from hideouts.
source: IBN Live
“The first are attempts to change our internal leadership electoral processes to some kind of US presidential primary elections. This manifests itself through, among [other things], impatience with adhering to our long-standing organisational procedures and protocols and instead seeking to open up such elections as some kind of individual beauty contests and parades,” said Nzimande.
He added that, like in the US, it is also often moneyed interests and individuals who are behind this trend. He urged alliance members to resist this Americanisation.
Nzimande said that another threat to the country’s politics were non-political and civil formations that are funded by international donors.
“[This threat], which is presented as being the best custodian of our democracy … manifests itself in the mushrooming of issue-based non-governmental organisations, funded in the main by foreign and imperialist donors, often under the claim that our democracy and constitution are under threat.”
By CBS News Capitol Hill Producers Jill Jackson and John Nolen
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