Thursday, July 4, 2013

What REALLY Caused the Coup Against the Egyptian President

What REALLY Caused the Coup Against the Egyptian President


Hidden microphone found at Ecuador’s embassy in UK, says foreign minister


The U.S. Postal Service Is Monitoring Your Snail Mail


Homeland Security Conducts “Top Secret” July 4 Drill

Paul Joseph Watson | Cops in riot gear to patrol transport hubs.

Watchdog group finds high levels of carcinogen in Pepsi drinks

Baltimore Sun | A health watchdog group is releasing a study today that found high levels of a cancer-causing chemical in Pepsi drinks in 10 states, including Maryland.

EPA ‘Smart Grid’ Connection Will Allow Power Company to Cut Off Your Fridge

CNS News | At times of peak demand for electricity, do you want your refrigerator to run at the discretion of the power company?

Sen. Patrick Leahy: U.S. law requires pulling foreign aid to Egypt because of military coup

Washington Examiner | “[O]ur law is clear: U.S. aid is cut off when a democratically elected government is deposed by military coup or decree,”

Egyptian Security Forces Arrest Presenters And Shut Down Al Jazeera’s Coverage Live On Air

Business Insider | Al Jazeera is reporting that its live Egypt service (Al Jazeera Misr) has been taken off the air, along with several other TV stations.

Brzezinski: US Warmongers “Infected” By Notion Of Regional Destabilization

Jurriaan Maessen | Former Secretary of State also stated the US is engaging in “mass propaganda” regarding Syria.

Eleven revolutionary ways to celebrate your independence from the system on this July 4th

Mike Adams | Let’s celebrate all the ways you can achieve independence right NOW, today, in 2013.

Doomsday Plane Terrifies Austin

Kit Daniels | Plane confirmed to be Boeing E-6B out of Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma.


Church of England to Build “Pagan Church”
What would it be like to worship the Goddess inside a Christian cathedral, or to hold a Christian sermon inside a prehistoric stone circle? The Church of England (CoE) has announced plans to make such a scenario into reality by forming a church which incorporates pagan styles of worship and ritual, but the efforts have drawn criticism from Christians and pagans alike.   

Israel fears Jihadist attacks after Morsi's ouster
State officials warn growing instability in Egypt will create vacuum in Sinai which could be exploited for execution of terror attacks. 'Israel enjoyed good security cooperation with Morsi's Egypt,' says one official  

Palestinians say Kerry close to restarting talks
Palestinian officials say US Secretary of State John Kerry is closing in on an agreement between Israel and the Palestinians to relaunch peace talks for a period of six to nine months.   

July Tropical Outlook by Meteorologist Rob Guarino July 3, 2013
July is typically an inactive month for tropical storm and hurricane formation. However, on average, the first named storm in the Atlantic Basin (which includes the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean) occurs by July 10th. Tropical systems are most likely to develop in July across the Gulf of Mexico, off the Southeast U.S. coast, or near the Lesser Antilles   

Crowds celebrate across Cairo after army statement
Jubilant crowds across Cairo cheered, chanted pro-army slogans and set off fireworks after the military suspended the constitution and overthrew President Mohamed Morsi on Wednesday.   

Hubble Telescope Snaps 'Comet of the Century' Fireworks
..the comet was about 403 million miles (648 million kilometers) from Earth and crossing between the orbits of Jupiter and Mars. NASA officials likened the comet's extreme speed to a skyrocket on the Fourth of July. "The movie shows a sequence of Hubble observations taken over a 43-minute span and compresses this into just five seconds," NASA officials explained in a video description. "The comet travels 34,000 miles in this brief video   

Sars-like illness kills man in London
Qatari man who was transferred to UK by air ambulance last September had Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus   

NOAA forecasters estimate a 60% chance of minor geomagnetic storms on July 5th when a slow-moving CME is expected to sweep languidly past Earth. High-latitude sky watchers should be alert for auroras on July 5-6.   

Analysis: Portugal, Greece risk reawakening euro zone beast
A teetering Portuguese government has underlined the threat that the euro zone debt crisis, in hibernation for almost a year, may be about to reawaken. From Greece to Cyprus, Slovenia to Spain and Italy, and now most pressingly Portugal, where the finance and foreign ministers resigned in the space of two days, a host of problems is stirring after 10 months of relative calm imposed by the European Central Bank.   

Human liver grown inside a mouse
A human liver has been grown inside a mouse, giving hope that patients could receive new organs created from their own skin cells within a decade. The breakthrough would eradicate donor waiting lists and the risk of the body rejecting a replacement organ. Japanese scientists used stem cells to create liver ‘buds’ within mice which grew into a piece of human tissue measuring 5mm.   

MEPs' move to fix EU carbon market praised
The UK government and green groups have welcomed a European Parliament move to rescue the EU's carbon trading scheme, but say deeper reforms are needed. MEPs backed a European Commission plan to freeze the auctioning of some carbon dioxide (CO2) emission allowances. The idea is to reduce the current oversupply of allowances, thereby pushing up the carbon price.   

Egypt swears in Mansour as interim leader after Morsi ousted
The top judge of Egypt's Constitutional Court, Adly Mahmud Mansour, has been sworn in as interim leader, a day after the army ousted President Mohammed Morsi and put him under house arrest. Mr Mansour said fresh elections were "the only way" forward, but gave no indication of when they would be held. Mr Morsi, Egypt's first freely elected leader, is under house arrest after what he says was a military coup.   

Former IDF chief: Morsi's fall doesn't pose immediate danger to Israel
Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi's overthrow, and the Egyptian army's takeover of the country, does not pose any immediate danger to Israel, former chief of staff Gabi Ashkenazi said on Thursday. "I think the Egyptian army is too busy [with domestic issues] to deal with anything that is outside of Egypt, so I don't think there's any danger at the moment," Ashkenazi said.   

Putin signs gay adoption ban
President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday signed a law banning gay and lesbian couples in foreign countries from adopting Russian children.   

U.S. drought expands for 3rd straight week-US drought monitor
Drought conditions expanded in the contiguous United States over the past week given persistent heat and dryness in the southern Plains, while the eastern half of the country is out of drought amid steady rains, according to a weekly drought report.   

Syria's Assad brags opponents failed to oust him
Syria's President Bashar Assad claimed in an interview published Thursday that countries conspiring against Syria have "used up all their tools" in their campaign to overthrow his regime. The remarks came as Western-backed Syrian opposition figures gathered in Turkey for talks on electing a new leadership.  

California pot shop billed as world's largest may stay open for now -judge
A medical marijuana dispensary billed as the world's largest cannabis store may stay open while the city of Oakland fights a U.S. government effort to shut it down or seize the property, a federal judge ruled on Wednesday.   

Egypt's Morsi ousted: Papers express joy and concern
Many Egyptian newspapers express relief and delight over the ousting of President Mohammed Morsi. However the paper of the pro-Muslim Brotherhood Freedom and Justice party insists on the need for "constitutional legitimacy". Elsewhere in the region, few rush to Mr Morsi's defence, but some are concerned about what the future may hold.   

Snowden case: Bolivia condemns jet 'aggression'
Bolivia has accused European countries of an "act of aggression" for refusing to allow its presidential jet into their airspace, amid suggestions US fugitive Edward Snowden was on board.   

S. Korea proposes talks with North on factory park
South Korea's government said Thursday that it has reached out to North Korea to discuss restarting a jointly run factory park after weeks of testy silence between the two sides. 
Abbas: Israel trying to rebuild Jewish Temple!
Once again demonstrating his penchant for theatrics, Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas last month made an impassioned call to the Arab world to stop the insidious Jewish plot to rebuilt the Jewish Temple in its historic location - Jerusalem's Temple Mount.  

03 Jul 13
Obama’s Change – A Brand Of Evil
What contribution has Barack Obama made to American greatness and her way of life on any level? Honesty would convulse if we named any area at all – but one. The prurient, perverted lifestyle and practices of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender population is the only thing noticeably promoted in the first and second term of Barack Obama.   

Military Coup in Progress in Egypt
..sources in the Mohammed Morsi administration, a military coup is underway in Egypt. An advisor to Morsi told NBC News that tanks were moving outside Cairo and that Morsi’s communications had been cut and the president had been isolated. That cutoff came hours after the military’s vague ultimatum to Morsi to step down passed, with crowds celebrating in Tahrir Square. The Muslim Brotherhood reports that its members have been imprisoned by the military.   

EU accuses 13 banks of derivatives collusion
EU investigators accused 13 top banks including Barclays, Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs on Monday of colluding over derivatives trading, in a new move to tighten banking standards. "If it is confirmed that banks collectively blocked exchanges from the derivatives market, the Commission could decide to impose sanctions," Almunia said at a press briefing. "Exchange trading of credit derivatives improves market transparency and stability," he said. Collusion between banks to prevent this type of trading would be "a serious breach of our competition rules", he said. Almunia declined to give an estimate of the size of possible fines on the banks but he said the CDS market at the moment was worth about 10 trillion euros ($13 trillion).  
Crucial Rule Is Delayed a Year for Obama’s Health Law
In a significant setback for President Obama’s signature domestic initiative, the administration on Tuesday abruptly announced a one-year delay, until 2015, in his health care law’s mandate that larger employers provide coverage for their workers or pay penalties. The decision postpones the effective date beyond next year’s midterm elections.   

There is no place the IDF can’t reach, says Netanyahu
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Tuesday reminded the world of the IDF’s capabilities, speaking during a Knesset ceremony marking the 37-year anniversary of Operation Yonatan, the raid on Uganda’s Entebbe airport to free over 100 passengers held hostage after a terrorist hijacking.   

Report: Egyptian army getting ready to take over
Egypt's flagship state newspaper Al-Ahram reported Wednesday that the Egyptian army is taking a number of steps that signal it is getting ready to take the reigns when a deadline set by the army for resolving the country's political crisis expires.   

White House Violates Law With Obamacare Delay
Obama administration officials are illegally delaying enforcement of a central provision in the president’s namesake legislation in a desperate attempt to manipulate the 2014 midterm elections and swell the ranks of those who look to government for healthcare.   

Egyptian Protesters Blame Obama For Morsi Dictatorship
Images seldom broadcast on mainstream media networks reveal a wave of anti-Obama fervor has gripped Egypt as demonstrators blame the White House for helping to install Mohamed Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood leader who could be toppled later today   

China to join Russia for largest naval drills with foreign partner
China will join Russia later this week for its largest-ever naval drills with a foreign partner, underlining deepening ties between the former cold war rivals along with Beijing's desire for closer links with regional militaries. China has long been a key customer for Russian military hardware, but only in the last decade have their militaries begun taking part in joint exercises.  

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