Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has decided to not prolong the ceasefire with Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, announcing an end to a fragile deal to deescalate tensions in the eastern regions of the country.
“We will attack and will free our land,” Poroshenko said. The ceasefire officially ended at 19:00 GMT, according to a statement that appeared on the president’s website shortly after midnight. Continue reading “Ukraine president terminates ceasefire”
Here is a link to the flyer website where you can select the state and print out the form that’s shown in the video
Just click on the link and select the state on the right hand side column. Then click and save the image to print it out. (It probably makes no difference, since the cops will do anything they want anyways since there really is no law anymore, but I guess it’s worth a shot.) http://fairdui.org/flyer/
World Events and the Bible
WEB Notes: Police and the Judges will work close together? That is not how warrants are supposed to work. They do not get issued out like candy. Know your rights or you have none. The police have no right to stop you unless you are suspected of a crime. A check point is not a valid way of enforcing the law. Continue reading “Refuse an alcohol breath test July 4? Expect to give blood”
New York Times
To find Stanley Theodore’s house, turn down 182nd Street in Springfield Gardens, Queens, and look for the ramshackle house with the grand old oak tree and the six-foot-wide American flag draped from the front window.
He opens the door before you can knock. Mr. Theodore is a long, lithe drink of water with a breeze-soft Trinidadian baritone. He has a Vietnam Veterans baseball cap pulled down over gray dreadlocks; he wears shorts and his beloved Jimi Hendrix T-shirt. Continue reading “Veteran Wages a New Fight: For His Home”
Police State USA
TOCCOA, GA — A Georgia pastor was gunned down by police in his vehicle at a gas station during a botched sting over $50 worth of drugs. The pastor had nothing to do with drugs; he was giving a ride and money to an impoverished woman in his community.
Fatal encounter at the ATM
This story is about the killing of Jonathan Ayers, the pastor of Shoal Creek Baptist Church in Lavonia, Georgia. On September 1, 2009, Pastor Ayers, 28, was driving and recognized a woman walking that he had known for a number of years, Johanna Kayla Jones Barrett. Ms. Barrett had no permanent home and was living with her boyfriend at the Relax Inn, an extended-stay motel. Continue reading “Police kill innocent pastor as he helped out impoverished woman”
(Swati Khandelwal) Security researchers have uncovered a new Stuxnet like malware, named as “Havex”, which was used in a number of previous cyber attacks against organizations in the energy sector.
Just like Famous Stuxnet Worm, which was specially designed to sabotage the Iranian nuclear project, the new trojan Havex is also programmed to infect industrial control system softwares of SCADA and ICS systems, with the capability to possibly disable hydroelectric dams, overload nuclear power plants, and even can shut down a country’s power grid with a single keystroke. Continue reading “StuxNet Like Virus Hits European Power Plants: Shutdown A Nation’s Grid With A Keystroke”
The Guardian – by Oksana Grytsenko in Kiev and Luke Harding
It has been used to raise money for films, rock bands and aspiring performance artists. Now Ukrainians have taken the concept of online crowdfunding to a new and giddy level, raising enough money to buy the country’s first “people’s drone”.
With Ukraine’s army battling pro-Russian militants in the east, ordinary citizens have launched a new initiative to supply Kiev’s beleaguered and badly equipped troops. Over the past three months volunteers have provided uniforms and bulletproof vests for government soldiers whose army-issue fatigues have fallen apart. Villagers have offered food, bottles of water and bags of crisps. Then, last week, Ukraine’s crowdfunding site The People’s Project said that it had received enough donations to fund a drone. It will be used for reconnaissance in the skies above the rebel Donetsk and Luhansk provinces, and on the border with Russia, the scene of numerous recent shootouts between troops and separatists. Continue reading “Ukrainians crowdfund to raise cash for ‘people’s drone’ to help outgunned army”
Over 1,000 protesters led by the Ukrainian army’s Donbass Battalion fighters gathered for a rally in central Kiev on Sunday. The demonstrators are demanding that President Petro Poroshenko end the ceasefire and impose martial law.
The Sunday rally was organized by Donbass Battalion Commander Semyon Semenchenko, who told the pro-Kiev protesters on his Facebook page to gather near the presidential administration building. Some Azov Battalion fighters also reportedly took part in the demonstration. Continue reading “‘Let’s wage war!’ Huge crowd rallies in Kiev for end of ceasefire, martial law”
Western Rifle Shooters
Keynote speech, Dr Michael Hill, President, League of the South, 28 June 2014:
ENJOY IT WHILE YOU CAN . . .
Congratulations, Leftists, you have won.
You have taken over the West and now your worldview is triumphant. Europe, America, and the other former lands of Christendom lie in your grasp. The Age of Enlightened Utopia has arrived. Continue reading “To The Leftists: Enjoy It While You Can”
Time Warner Cable News
The NYPD graduated a diverse class of rookie officers Monday.
Minorities make up more than half of the more than 600 who graduated from the police academy and nearly 20 percent are women.
The new officers are from 47 different countries. Continue reading “NYPD’s Graduates Diverse Class of Officers”
Truth Out – by Michelle Tullo
Washington – Rights advocates and lawmakers are expressing increased concern over the United States’ handling of the sudden influx of tens of thousands of undocumented child and female migrants from Central America.
Last week, President Barack Obama announced that military bases would be converted to detention centres to house the nearly 50,000 unaccompanied minors that have arrived at the southern U.S. border in recent months. Recent data says some 3,000 are being apprehended daily, though the reasons for their arrival remain debated. Continue reading “US Reaction to New Immigrant Influx Could Violate International Law”
WTSP New 10
(CBS News) News that the President Obama isseeking more than $2 billion to deal with the flood of unaccompanied children coming across the southern border is widely seen as a welcome sign for the overburdened border patrol agents and workers tasked with caring for the children once they come into U.S. custody.
But the president’s plan to ask Congress to grant more authority to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to speed up the removal of unaccompanied minors who might not be eligible to remain in the U.S. has spread alarm among advocates for the children. Continue reading “Obama’s illegal immigration plan alarms migrant children’s advocates”