Images 20/4/14

•April 20, 2014 • 3 Comments


a kids tv has to have a pyramid and an eye..dont you reckon?


pink hair, monarch butterflies and one eye..what a gif..


charlotte free..i bet thats not the surname she was born with..thanks for the one eyed love..


hey its simple simon..and he just had to do that with his hands and eye..”idol worship” indeed..


the “O” had to be an eye..feels like alice cooper has been alive forever!

nelly furtado

nelly furtado..canadian singer..

a freidn in london

a music group called “a friend in london”..weirdos..try opening both might see clearly..


estelle is a one eyed freak..


so is “bobby digital”..did you read about the wu-tang associate who cut off his penis and jumped from a building this week? seems like fairly normal behavior eh?

Hathaway, Anne

no!..say it isn’t so!..anne hathaway..shes in on it to..


kid a coconut?

avil lavigne

avril lavigne..married to the nickelback lead singer..things can only go up from there..


britney, britney, britney..still flogging the same old shit..

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the man formerly known as prince is now known as a symbol..we see it..

missy elliot

missy of my favorite female artists..shes sold out to..


english musician MIA..a one eye and a texas longhorns supporter..


58 killed in attack on UN base in South Sudan

•April 20, 2014 • 3 Comments


The United Nations said on Friday at least 58 people were killed and more than 100 others wounded in an attack against one of its bases in South Sudan sheltering thousands of civilians.

The top UN official in the war-torn nation, Toby Lanzer, praised peacekeepers from India, Nepal and South Korea for preventing what could have been a massacre of up to 5,000 people, and vowed the world body would use “lethal force” again to protect civilians under their protection.

“We will do everything necessary to protect the lives of people in our protection, including the use of lethal force,” Lanzer told AFP. In the clearest account yet of Thursday’s incident in the government-controlled town of Bor, Lanzer described how a group of around 350 armed youths in civilian clothes “used extremely violent force to breach the perimeter” of the UN base.

He said they opened fire on terrified civilians, who have sought shelter with the UN from a wave of ethnic violence, with the apparent aim of killing as many people as possible.

“When we realised we were under attack we responded… the quick actions of the peacekeepers saved lives,” Lanzer said.

“Forty-eight bodies, including children, women, men, have been recovered from inside the base. The bodies of 10 attackers have been found outside the base. The total death toll is 58, but that could increase as over 100 people were wounded, some of them very seriously,” he said.

Lanzer said measures had been taken to boost security at other UN bases in the country, which are sheltering close to 60,000 people from different ethnic groups, and that the South Sudanese government was also being asked to ensure such attacks are not repeated.

“This past week has been the most bleak in South Sudan’s history,” Lanzer said, citing the attack on the UN base as well as reports of renewed atrocities further north in the oil-hub of Bentiu, which fell to rebel forces during the week.


the 2 letters “UN” do not guarantee safety..they never have before and they dont today..think of srebrenica and think of rwanda..


Italy opens the bidding for Venice Island

•April 20, 2014 • 1 Comment


Italy has put an island in the Venice lagoon up for auction in order to attract international funds to help ease crippling public debt. An army barracks in Trieste and a residence in Loreto – a Catholic pilgrimage site – are among those up for bidding.

“Investors can bid for our properties from everywhere, from New York or Dubai,” Stefano Scalera from public state property management agency Demanio told Reuters on Monday.

Among other sites being sold – aside from the Venetian lagoon island of Poveglia, are a 15th century bastion against the Ottoman Turks known as in Gradisca d’Isonzo, near the border with Slovenia, and an old monastery. While there are five properties considered ‘prestigious’ up for auction, forty other assets are also to be bid on.

The virtual auction will close on May 6.

Italy is attempting to secure funds to reduce its public debt so that it is able to toe the EU budget line. The country is slicing through legal red tape to allow prospective buyers to quickly obtain permits to renovate historic sites.

“Through the internet they can download documents and contracts, we have translated them all into English,” Scalera told the agency.

Italy owns at least half a million commercial and residential properties. However, it has previously faced problems in selling them off because the slow procedures involved in procuring permits for restructuring has unsettled potential investors.

“This time is different. The main administrative hurdles for these assets have been cleared ahead of the sale,” Scalera said.

Demanio has been selling Italian state properties since 2001 and has since levied some $2.5 billion. Through the offloading of assets this year, it predicts to levy some $694.4 million.

Austerity measures implemented in Italy have caused a great deal of unease.


this is what austerity gives you..austerity enforced to deal with shit bets the bankers pay in taxes and you pay by getting to watch your country be sold off to the highest bidder in pieces..and we know where the buyers will come from..


World’s biggest pork producer says it plans to raise up to $US5.3 billion in an IPO

•April 20, 2014 • 1 Comment


China’s WH Group said late on Monday it was selling 3.65 million shares priced at between 8 and 11.25 Hong Kong dollars ($A1.10 -$A1.55).

That would raise between $US4.1 billion and $US5.3 billion for WH Group, formerly known as Shuanghui International Holdings.

The company is a pork behemoth after buying the largest US pork company, Smithfield Foods Inc., less than a year ago for $US4.7 billion in cash.

Most of the proceeds from the IPO will be used to pay off the loan that the company took out to buy Smithfield Foods.


another post revealing the all conquering buying techniques of the chinese..


Google codifies its right to crawl through your emails..fuck you Google!

•April 19, 2014 • 4 Comments


It’s no secret that Google keeps an eye on what users of its services are into. But on Monday, the company updated Gmail’s terms of service to spell out its relationship with users in no uncertain terms:
“Our automated systems analyse your content (including emails) to provide you personally relevant product features, such as customised search results, tailored advertising, and spam and malware detection. This analysis occurs as the content is sent, received, and when it is stored.”

A Google spokesman told The New York Times that the changes “will give people even greater clarity and are based on feedback we’ve received over the last few months.”

By feedback, Google might mean a federal judge’s swift denial of the company’s attempt to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Gmail users and non-users who’ve sent emails to Gmail accounts. The lawsuit claimed Google violated federal and state wiretapping laws by scanning emails without consent.

In its motion to dismiss, Google argued that Gmail and non-Gmail users had given express or implied consent to have their e-mails scanned. Northern California US District Judge Lucy Koh rejected Google’s claims, noting that Google’s terms of service didn’t explicitly say they scanned emails.



“Our automated systems analyse your content (including emails) to provide you personally relevant product features”

i didnt ask for that and i dont want disgraceful pack of NSA wannabe stooges..

“Google argued that Gmail and non-Gmail users had given express or implied consent to have their e-mails scanned.”

absolute fucking do “non gmail” users give consent??


Edward Snowden asks Vladimir Putin on live TV: Does Russia spy on millions?

•April 19, 2014 • 2 Comments


Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who was granted asylum in Russia, made a surprise appearance on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s annual televised call-in session to ask if the country conducts mass surveillance like the United States does.

Mr Snowden’s revelations about US spying practices set off a national debate about the trade-offs between security and privacy.

“Recently in the United States, two independent White House investigations, as well as the federal court all concluded that these programs are ineffective in stopping terrorism,” Mr Snowden said via video link from an undisclosed location on Thursday, local time.

“They also found that they unreasonably intrude into the private lives of ordinary citizens – individuals who have never been suspected of any wrongdoing or criminal activity – and that these kinds of programs are not the least intrusive means available to such agencies for these investigative purposes.

“Now, I’ve seen little public discussion of Russia’s own involvement in such surveillance,” Mr Snowden continued. “So I’d like to ask you: Does Russia intercept, store or analyse in any way the communications of millions of individuals, and do you believe that simply increasing the effectiveness of intelligence or law enforcement investigations can justify placing societies, rather than subjects, under surveillance?”

Mr Putin, a former KGB officer, responded with a smile.

“Dear Mr Snowden, you are a former agent, and I used to work in intelligence,” he said, a remark interrupted by massive studio applause and laughter. “So we will talk in a professional language.

“First of all, the use of special means by special services is strictly regulated by the law here,” Mr Putin said. “And this regulation includes the need to get a court permission to [conduct surveillance on] a specific individual. And this is why it doesn’t have a massive, unselective character here and cannot have in accordance with the law.

“Of course, we proceed from the fact that modern means of communication are used by criminal elements, including terrorists, in their criminal activities,” Mr Putin continued. “And special services, of course, must react accordingly … using modern methods and means to struggle against their crimes, including terrorist crimes. And of course, we are doing it.”

But, he added: “We don’t allow ourselves to do it on a massive and uncontrolled scale, and I hope very much we will never allow that.

“Besides,” he said, “we don’t have the technical means and the funds for it like in the United States. After all, our special services are strictly controlled by the state and society.”

Mr Putin has said repeatedly that Russian intelligence services are not working with Mr Snowden, who was granted temporary asylum last year. The United States has demanded that Snowden be returned to face charges of espionage and theft of government property.

His Russian lawyer, Anatoly Kucherena, told the Los Angeles Times last year that Snowden has an apartment in Russia and is taking Russian language lessons.


you see..unlike the censored, lack of freedom of speech, hiding and lying tactics we see in america..the russians are transparent..snowden isnt called a traitor..hes actually allowed to ask putin a question that is controversial..the differences between the russians and the west becomes starker every day..


Why The Illuminati Hide in Plain Sight

•April 19, 2014 • 6 Comments

This is the reason why they do “predictive programming”, and why they perform rituals in plain sight, and hide in plain sight.


thanks to james blundell for the link..

excellent short video explaining why..check it out..

and here is another one james linked:



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