Chicago Tribune – by Steve Schmadeke

Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke, charged with murder in the shooting death of Laquan McDonald, walked out of Cook County Jail on Monday after posting a $150,000 cashier’s check as bond.

A judge set the $1.5 million bail after viewing police dash-cam video of the fatal shooting of the 17-year-old.   Continue reading “Chicago cop free after posting $1.5 million bail in Laquan McDonald’s shooting”


The theater that has become the international political scene is entering its last act. As the actors play out their specific roles and read from the script that was written for them by the mega elites, the general audience in the crowd do not know to clap or hiss the production. All the absurd instances that rip apart the last vestige of civilized culture are ready for the final imposition of the Illuminati system for total control. The few brave souls that remain in the struggle for combating the evil forces of globalism are the prime target for elimination.   Continue reading “Globalist Lockdown is here to Stay”

The Denver Post – by Kirk Mitchell

Argentina’s president has blocked the extradition of a Denver fugitive who claims he was framed for murder because video he took of ground zero proves U.S. complicity in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

The government of Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner issued an executive order Sept. 16 overriding a December decision by the Argentina Supreme Court. The court had approved the extradition of Kurt Frederick Sonnenfeld to the United States.   Continue reading “Argentine president overrides extradition of man charged in Denver murder”

Star Tribune – by Josephine Marcotty

The bacteria that cause Legionnaires’ Disease have been detected in water samples at the Minneapolis Veterans Medical Center, and officials said they are taking steps to eliminate the pathogen.

No illnesses have been discovered.   Continue reading “Minneapolis VA taking steps to clean water system of Legionnaires disease bacteria”

Christian Today – by Ruth Gledhill

The world leader of Syria’s besieged Christians has issued a heartfelt plea to the West to “stop arming and supporting terrorist groups that are destroying our countries and massacring our people.”

The Patriarch of Antioch, Moran Mor Ignatius Aphrem II, said he was not asking the West for military intervention to defend Christians.   Continue reading “Syrian Christian leader tells West: ‘Stop arming terror groups who are massacring our people’”

New York Times – by KEITH BRADSHER

HONG KONG — The International Monetary Fund on Monday designated the Chinese renminbi as one of the world’s elite currencies, a major milestone that underscores the country’s rising financial and economic heft.

The decision will help pave the way for broader use of the renminbi in trade and finance, securing China’s standing as a global economic power. Just four other currencies — the dollar, the euro, the pound and the yen — have the I.M.F. designation.   Continue reading “China’s Renminbi Is Approved by I.M.F. as a Main World Currency”

The Daily Sheeple – by Melissa Dykes

Not only has Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke been charged with first-degree murder in the October 2014 shooting death of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald, but according to grand jury testimony of a Burger King restaurant manager, Chicago police also erased a surveillance video to try and cover the shooting up.

Jay Darshane, manager at a Burger King located near where McDonald was shot, testified that Chicago police officers showed up to his restaurant shortly after the shooting, asking him to see his surveillance footage. After they left, there was a curious and unexplained 86-minute gap in the footage that just so happens to cover the exact time of the shooting.   Continue reading “Chicago Police Accused of Deleting Burger King Surveillance Video to Hide Teen’s Death by Cop”

Natural Health 365 – by Lori Alton

Whether you suffer from seasonal allergies or are susceptible to common year-round allergy triggers, such as certain foods or dust, allergy symptoms can impact your everyday life. Allergens release histamines that attack your body’s cells, causing the familiar symptoms of runny nose, sneezing and watery eyes.

While there are dozens of over-the-counter antihistamines to choose from, their negative effects can far outweigh the benefits. Rather than risk the problems associated with these drugs, you can choose from several effective, natural antihistamines that can put a halt to your symptoms without putting your health at risk.   Continue reading “5 natural antihistamines that stop allergy symptoms”

The Free Thought Project – by Matt Agorist

Boston, MA — A violent cop, who beat an innocent man in front of fellow officers, and then charged him with assault, pleaded guilty to battery last week, but only after video of the incident surfaced.

Officer Felix Rivera, Jr. 34, of the Chelsea police department, responded, along with several officers, to a call about a man with a gun on September 26, 2014. The victim, who was 20-years-old at the time, was not the man with a gun.   Continue reading “After Video Surfaces, Innocent Man is Exonerated for Assault on an Officer, Cop Pleads Guilty”


The International Monetary Fund (IMF) gave the yuan a vote of confidence on Monday by including the Chinese currency in its Special Drawing Rights (SDR) uniting the US dollar, euro, British pound and the Japanese yen.

Adding the yuan as a reserve currency will allow central banks to buy more of the Chinese currency, and boost investment in the Chinese stock market. According to Standard Chartered bank, within five years market players will invest at least $1 trillion in Chinese assets.   Continue reading “Chinese yuan to become global reserve currency”


The World Bank on Monday launched a $500 million (333 million pounds) market-based scheme designed to help developing countries pay for emission reductions and combat climate change.

Germany, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland have jointly pledged an initial $250 million to get the so-called Transformative Carbon Asset Facility (TCAF) up and running next year, while the bank hopes further contributions will take the eventual total to $500 mln.   Continue reading “World Bank launches $500 million carbon market scheme”


Two senior U.S. senators called on Sunday for Washington to nearly triple military force levels in Iraq to 10,000 and send an equal number of troops to Syria as part of a multinational ground force to counter Islamic State in both countries.

Republicans John McCain and Lindsey Graham criticized President Barack Obama’s incremental Islamic State strategy, which relies on air strikes and modest support to local ground forces in Iraq and Syria, and said the need for greater U.S. involvement was underlined by this month’s Paris attacks.   Continue reading “U.S. senators call for 20,000 troops in Syria and Iraq”

LA Times – by Matt Hamilton

A San Francisco police officer whose good-looks earned him a bevy of admirers and the nickname “Hot Cop of Castro” was arrested early Sunday for allegedly driving into two pedestrians and fleeing the scene, authorities said.

Both victims were taken to the hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries.   Continue reading “San Francisco’s ‘hot cop of Castro’ arrested in hit-and-run that injured 2 pedestrians”

Anti-War – by Jason Ditz

Several years into the Syrian Civil War, in which the Syrian military has been fighting almost non-stop against ISIS, the French Foreign Ministry today announced that the Syrian military “could be used” to fight ISIS, but only if Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is first removed from office.

Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius insisting that the eventual defeat of ISIS would require ground troops, and sought to reassure people that the French military wouldn’t be sending its own ground troops, suggesting that the Syrian military could substitute for that.   Continue reading “France: Assad’s Troops Can Fight ISIS, But Only Without Assad”


A suspected burglar tried to enter a house in California through its chimney, getting trapped inside it for a day. He died when the homeowner returned and lit fire, unaware that there had been a person inside.

Fresno County Sheriff deputies received a call at around 3:00pm on Saturday from a man who reported that he had lit fire in his fireplace and then heard screams from the chimney, Fresno County Sheriff’s Office said on its official website.    Continue reading “Burglary suspect gets stuck in chimney, dies after homeowner lights fire”