Hundreds of birds die in western Ky.

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MURRAY, Ky. - State wildlife officials say "several hundred" dead birds were found near the Murray State University campus last week.

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Georgetown, KY

#49175 Apr 10, 2012
Abeliever wrote:
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What did you and Ancient Wolf do to rile "pissed" off? lol, Is that Sybil spinning the name/location again or imposter troll trying to stir shit?
Posted. LOL That is all. We breathed and posted.

Georgetown, KY

#49176 Apr 10, 2012
I think that Illinois got an experimental dose of chem spraying. LOL

Nashville, TN

#49177 Apr 10, 2012
pissed wrote:
I wonder who will play uncle dolores in the movie release. You might want to tell Jack Conway he may have a starring roll, but I am sure the party could use the media attention.
Wrong thread. You need to keep your babbling to the randpaul sites and spare us your ignorance. We have enough clueless trolls on this site, we don't need another one.

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Since: May 10

West Jefferson,NC

#49178 Apr 10, 2012
12 yrs ago I saw a big gap up on the wall so I hopped up there and told God I would hold that section of the wall til my last breath - see Ezekiel chapter 33 verses 1-9 and Isaiah chapter 62 verse 6. As a Patriot too many Americans have died or been maimed for me to have freedom to sit by while my Republic is torn to ribbons. Duty to God and Country.! This is why I do my Yahoo info/news Group and 2 print newsletters to TRY and warn & inform any will listen..........

Nashville, TN

#49179 Apr 10, 2012
Watchman57 wrote:
Johnny Cash knew the score and wrote this song about whats coming in 1991: =VEyujOSEexMXX
I think of this one when I view that map since that ring of fire is very active on that map:

Ring of Fire Johnny Cash

Georgetown, KY

#49180 Apr 10, 2012
National Debt Matches Entire Yearly Economic Output

According to many analysts, the United States now faces a debt as big as the nation's entire economic output for a year. That means it would take every American dollar produced in an entire year to just barely pay off the current debt.

"The consequences are grave moving forward because not only is the debt high, but according to the Congressional Budget Office and all the experts who are looking at it, there's no plan in place to change that any time in the near future," Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., said.

A recent report from the Senate Republican Budget Committee states that by 2019, under President Barack Obama's budget the government will be spending more money to pay down interest on the national debt than it will be spending on national defense.

Conservative economic analyst Phil Kerpen told CBN News that a country's gross domestic product has a direct correlation to debt.

The author of Democracy Denied says, "When countries get above 100 percent of GDP they have real difficulty financing their debt, and it tends to precipitate major fiscal challenges."

Leading Tea Party Sen. Jim DeMint, author of Saving America From Economic Collapses, agrees. He says America's current plan not only doubles the country's debt but devalues the American dollar.

"The only thing that makes that dollar valuable is faith that we can pay our debts," DeMint charged.

He added that the rest of the world knows that America is borrowing 43 cents on every dollar it's spending.

Kerpen points to other countries like Europe facing financial upheaval, which helps to make the United States' financial condition look better than it is.

"Europe is in so much worse condition than we are that there's still a big demand for U.S. debt," he explained. "And I don't think we can count on being sort of the least dirty shirt in the hamper, that investors will keep putting us on."

But Demint warns that troubles in Europe could eventually lead to serious ripple effects in the U.S.

"Banks are heavily invested in Europe. If the euro collapses, dominoes could start to fall this year," he said. "And after that starts to happen, people lose confidence in our dollar."

Whether it's a crisis in Europe, or just the constantly growing debt, Kerpen and others warn that at some point the cost of paying back the debt will inevitably increase. Kerpen expects interest rates to sharply increase unless politicians adopt a new fiscal policy.

J.D. Foster, an economist with the Heritage Foundation, served in the Office of Management and Budget under the George W. Bush administration. He says doubt in the U.S. dollar can quickly turn to disaster, like in Portugal where interest rates have soared.

"In Portugal right now, their 10-year Treasury is trading at about 18.7 percent," Foster explained.

Foster says it could cost several hundred billion dollars every year just to pay the interest on the debt, in addition to the debt itself.

And DeMint cautions that, soon, America will have no where to turn.

"We're going to be worse off than Greece because no one can pick us up, no one can bail us out," he claimed.

"Once you're bankrupt, then you can't make your own decisions anymore," DeMint continued. "Other countries are telling you what you have to do. Our creditors will tell us what to do because as we know, the borrower is servant to the lender."

Now, America must decide whether it will be its own master in the future or face financial crisis because politicians couldn't control their spending.

Nashville, TN

#49181 Apr 10, 2012
OhioJeepGirl wrote:
I think that Illinois got an experimental dose of chem spraying. LOL
I think you might be right. They must get the FOUR plane dose. haha

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Since: May 10

West Jefferson,NC

#49182 Apr 10, 2012

Georgetown, KY

#49183 Apr 10, 2012
Watchman57 wrote:
12 yrs ago I saw a big gap up on the wall so I hopped up there and told God I would hold that section of the wall til my last breath - see Ezekiel chapter 33 verses 1-9 and Isaiah chapter 62 verse 6. As a Patriot too many Americans have died or been maimed for me to have freedom to sit by while my Republic is torn to ribbons. Duty to God and Country.! This is why I do my Yahoo info/news Group and 2 print newsletters to TRY and warn & inform any will listen..........
I would be interested in your news letter. I enjoy they email a newsletter every couple weeks. Prophecy is today's news headlines and has been for awhile now.

Very interesting. You need to post here regularly. You are getting into all the stuff that most of our readers and posters enjoy.

Georgetown, KY

#49184 Apr 10, 2012
19 Signs Of Very Serious Economic Trouble On The Horizon

Most Americans have no idea how much economic trouble is heading our way. Most of them just assume that everything will eventually "return to normal" just like it always has before and that those running our economy "know what they are doing" and that we should trust them to do their jobs.

Unfortunately, these beliefs are being reinforced by the bubble of false hope that we are experiencing right now. For example, it is being reported that weekly unemployment claims in the United States have fallen to a four-year low. That is a very good thing. Let us hope that unemployment claims go even lower and that the current period of stability lasts for as long as possible.

We should enjoy these last fleeing moments of tremendous prosperity for as long as we can, because when they are gone they won't be coming back. As I noted the other day, all of this false prosperity in the United States has been financed by the 15 trillion dollar party that we have been enjoying. We are adding about 150 million dollars to our debt every single hour so that we can continue to enjoy an inflated standard of living.

Unfortunately, nobody in the history of the world has ever been able to keep a debt spiral going indefinitely, and our debt bubble will burst eventually as well.

Sadly, when you attempt to end (or even slow down) a debt spiral the consequences can be extremely painful. Just look at what is happening in Greece. Several waves of austerity measures have been implemented, the Greek economy has been plunged into a full-blown depression and Greek debt is still going up.

The rest of the nations of the eurozone are also now implementing austerity measures, and most of them are also starting to fall into recession. The economic pain in Europe is just beginning and it will go on for quite a long time.

And eventually the United States is going to join the pain. Right now the U.S. government can still borrow trillions of dollars at super low interest rates thanks to games being played by the Federal Reserve. But it is simply not possible for this Ponzi scheme to last too much longer. When it ends, the pain will be extremely great.

And even in the short-term there are some extremely troubling signs for the U.S. economy.

The following are 19 signs of very serious economic trouble on the horizon....

#1 According to one new survey, approximately one-third of all Americans are not paying their bills on time at this point.

#2 The U.S. housing industry is bracing for another huge wave of foreclosures in 2012. The following is from a recent Reuters article....

"We are right back where we were two years ago. I would put money on 2012 being a bigger year for foreclosures than 2010," said Mark Seifert, executive director of Empowering & Strengthening Ohio's People (ESOP), a counseling group with 10 offices in Ohio.


Georgetown, KY

#49185 Apr 10, 2012
(Part 2 - 19 signs)

#3 The Citigroup Economic Surprise Index, a key indicator watched by many economists, is on the verge of heading into negative territory.

#4 We are supposed to be in the middle of an economic recovery in the United States, but bad news just keeps pouring in from major companies. For example, Yahoo is firing thousands of workers and Best Buy is closing dozens of stores.

#5 Richard Russell says that the "big money" is starting to quietly exit from the financial markets....

"My guess is that this is the big money that has been holding off as long as it decently can -- and then dumping their goods just before the close. I don't think the big money likes this market, and I think they have been slowly exiting this market, as quietly as they can."

#6 Goldman Sachs is projecting that the S&P 500 will fall by about 11 percent by the end of 2012.

#7 All over the country, local governments are going into default and we have not even entered the next recession yet.

#8 The U.S. government will add more to the national debt in 2012 than it did from the time that George Washington became president to the time that Ronald Reagan became president.

#9 The Federal Reserve is desperately trying to control interest rates. The Fed purchased approximately 61 percent of all government debt issued by the U.S. Treasury Department in 2011. This is the only thing that is keeping interest rates in the United States from soaring dramatically.

#10 German industrial production is falling at a pace that is far faster then expected.

#11 Italy's debt-to-GDP ratio is now up to 120 percent.

#12 The Spanish government admitted on Tuesday that Spain's debt-to-GDP ratio will rise by more than 11 percent this year alone.

#13 Yields on Spanish bonds are rising to dangerous levels.

#14 The Spanish government is projecting that the unemployment rate in Spain will exceed 24 percent by the end of the year.

#15 Unemployment in the eurozone as a whole has risen for 10 months in a row and is now at a 15 year high.

#16 In the aftermath of a 77-year-old retiree killing himself in front of the Greek parliament in protest over pension cuts, the economic rioting in Greece has flared back up dramatically.

#17 At this point, Greece is experiencing an economic depression with no end in sight. Some of the statistics coming out of Greece are really hard to believe. For example, one port town in Greece now has an unemployment rate of approximately 60 percent.

#18 The IMF is asking the United States to contribute more money for European bailouts.

#19 At this point, even some of our top scientists are projecting economic trouble. For example, researchers at MIT are projecting a "global economic collapse" by the year 2030 if current trends continue.

But the truth is that we will experience a "global economic collapse" long before 2030 comes rolling around.

Let us hope that we still have at least several more months of economic prosperity in the United States before things really fall apart.

The truth is that the vast majority of Americans need more time to prepare for what is coming.

Sadly, most Americans are not preparing. Most Americans have blind faith that those in positions of power are going to fix everything and set us on the path to even greater prosperity than ever before.

Unfortunately, all Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke and Barack Obama have been doing is kicking the can down the road and making our eventual collapse much worse.

As many of us have painfully learned, you can run from debt for a while, but you can't hide from it forever. Eventually debt catches up with you, and when it does it can be very cruel.

The 15 trillion dollar party is coming to an end, and the consequences of decades of very foolish decisions are going to fall on this generation.

Georgetown, KY

#49186 Apr 10, 2012
Special IDF Units Preparing For Mass Lebanon Incursion If War Breaks Out With Hezbollah


Almost six years after the Second Lebanon War, special Israeli units are preparing to take part in mass incursions into Lebanon if another round of fighting with Hezbollah breaks out. Just as important, they are being trained to heed the legal implications.

Officers say the Israel Air Force would destroy targets like training bases and rocket-launching pads within a few days, based on the intelligence gathered by the Israel Defense Forces. But this would not be enough, so a ground offensive would be necessary.

"When you stick an Israeli flag on enemy territory, there's no question who won," says a high-ranking officer who requested anonymity. "You need to seize a geographic space. This is the only way the concept of victory can be established."

The IDF has been trying to improve its performance if hostilities resume, but so has Hezbollah. The Shi'ite organization has built fortified lines with underground command posts and improved operational capacity. Its rockets are hidden in better-camouflaged launching pads.

The ground forces are therefore expected to contribute much more to the war effort than in 2006, when Israel relied mainly on the IAF. This would entail much more intense urban warfare, with many civilians caught in the crossfire, and the attendant legal implications.

"Everything that we've seen with the flotillas, Operation Cast Lead and the implications in terms of international law have left a strong impression on us," says Lt. Col. Sahar Abergil, commander of the special elite unit Yahalom. That unit specializes in bunker warfare and is likely to carry much of the military burden.

"I hope we'll take [international law] into account during the fighting," Abergil says.

Yahalom soldiers, along with the men and dogs of the IDF's Oketz canine unit, finished a long training session last week.

"It's not patrols or raids on Palestinians we're simulating here, but a full-fledged war," says Oketz's commander, who gave his name as Sivan.

One of Oketz's main tasks is to distinguish between militants and uninvolved civilians.

"Our dogs know how to spare civilians and home in on terrorists," says Sivan, a captain. "How do they? That's our secret."

When closing in on a house where the enemy is thought to be hiding, the soldiers must order everyone to exit. Those who don't come out are considered suspects, and the dogs soon get an order to attack.

According to Abergil, "Our goal is that the dogs won't take on civilians. "That's why we include pretend civilians in our drills, to show the soldiers that there are no hard-and-fast rules."

He says the soldiers also discuss moral dilemmas that may have legal ramifications. For example, they are expected to cope if a woman wearing a coat and a little boy approach their post.

"Do they open fire? Do they shout? Do they wound them? Our soldiers understand that it might be a terrorist cynically exploiting a 5-year-old boy, and they're supposed to try to find indications," says Abergil.

"Could she be deaf? Or maybe blind and she's being led by the boy? The army's encounter with a civilian population is never simple, and there's no way to master it fully. We're trying to instruct the soldiers to use their discretion and common sense. At the end of the day, this is war."

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West Jefferson,NC

#49187 Apr 10, 2012
OJG - if you'd like the newsletters send me PM here or email me at and let me know where to send'em and they will go out the next day.......

Nashville, TN

#49188 Apr 10, 2012 got mail.

Georgetown, KY

#49189 Apr 10, 2012
Potential War Scenarios Being Examined If Nuclear Talks Next Week Fail


An Israeli pre-emptive strike against Iran’s nuclear program will probably begin with a rain of Jericho missiles obliterating the heavy water plant in Arak and destroying four small nuclear research reactors at the Nuclear Technology Center in Isfahan.

Simultaneously, 100 Israeli F-16I and F-15I fighter jets will drop huge bunker-busting bombs on attack-hardened nuclear fuel enrichment plants buried in the mountain sides of Natanz and Fordow.

Submarine-launched cruise missiles will seek out targets at a variety of research facilities across Iran.

Some Israeli aircraft will attack Iran’s power lines with special-purpose munitions that use chemically treated carbon fibres to short-circuit transformers and switching stations to knock out Iran’s power grid.

Black Hawk helicopters (possibly taking off from disused Soviet air bases in Azerbaijan) will deposit Israeli commandos, disguised as members of the Iranian military, outside the Parchin military complex near Tehran, and bomb-equipped dogs will penetrate deep into fortified tunnels at other sites.

A wave of cyber attacks will disrupt Iranian computer and anti-aircraft targeting systems.

Such a scenario — played out and predicted increasingly by war game strategists — looms large as the decade-long diplomatic confrontation with Iran over its suspected nuclear weapons program appears to be drawing to an end.

Talks between Iran and six world powers — the United States, Britain, France, China, Russia and Germany — scheduled to begin in Istanbul next Friday could be the last chance to avoid full-fledged conflict.

If the talks fail, the Middle East could plunge into a regional war before the year is out.

“When Israel identifies a national security threat, it will strike and will strike at great distances,” warns Sam Gardiner, a retired U.S. Air Force Colonel and war game specialist who was hired by the Swedish Defence Research Agency to study the consequences of an Israeli strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities.

Faced with evidence of a rapidly advancing Iranian nuclear program and Iran’s continued disregard of UN Security Council ultimatums to freeze nuclear enrichment programs and grant unfettered access to international inspectors, talk of possible pre-emptive military strikes is growing.

Academics, analysts, military strategists, diplomats and politicians are all reviewing recent reports that depict potential war scenarios and try to assess the implications of an Israeli or U.S. military option.

Quiet diplomacy may be collapsing amid the steadily escalating chorus of threats and counter-threats.

“Containment is not a policy option from the Israeli perspective,” says Col. Gardiner.“The more it becomes a serious policy option for the United States, the more Israel will be pushed to take matters into its own hands.”


Georgetown, KY

#49190 Apr 10, 2012
(Part 2 - If nuke talks fail)

And if Israel attacks Iran, even against the wishes of the United States, it could, ultimately, draw U.S. troops into the Middle East to finish the job.

“Israel has a long history of conducting operations without notifying the United States and in some cases defying Washington,” Col. Gardiner says in his Swedish report.

“The United States has a long history of trying to pressure Israel with rebukes, withholding military equipment and even sanctions. None of this has done permanent damage to U.S.-Israeli relations. Israel most likely knows that this is the case now.

“The situation has a quality of inevitability about it. It has the feel of Europe prior to World War I.”

Michael O’Hanlon and Bruce Riedel of the Brookings Institution predicted in a report last week,“Unless Iran pauses its uranium enrichment activities, an Israeli or U.S. strike against its nuclear facilities looks likely by next year.”

According to The New York Times, the Pentagon ran a classified two-week-long war game simulation in early March, focusing on the repercussions of a possible Israeli attack on Iran. It concluded an escalating crisis could lead to a regional war.

In the simulation, Iranian jets chased Israeli warplanes after an attack, fired missiles at a U.S. warship in the Persian Gulf and killed 200 U.S. sailors.

The U.S. retaliated by carrying out its own air strikes on Iranian nuclear facilities.

“Israel can pull the United States into deploying major air and naval forces into the region to defend its interests and protect the flow of oil through the Gulf,” Col. Gardiner predicted in his study.“If Iran responds even in a very limited way, as it has threatened, Israel can pull the United States into finishing the job on Iranian nuclear sites and destroying Iranian military capabilities.”

Israeli news reports say the country’s security cabinet reviewed an intelligence assessment last weekend that predicted that an Israeli attack on Iran would result in “three weeks of non-stop fighting on multiple fronts” as the result of missile attacks from Lebanon, Syria and Iran.

The conflict, in which Israel would shelter under domestic and U.S. anti-missile defence shields, would cost Israel “fewer than 300” dead, the study said.

That bears out an earlier observation by Israel’s Defence Minister Ehud Barak that Israel could withstand an Iranian counter-attack.

“A war is no picnic,” he told Israeli Radio in November. But he insisted,“There will not be 100,000 dead or 10,000 dead or 1,000 dead. The state of Israel will not be destroyed.”

Not everyone, however, is convinced of the wisdom or ease of an Israeli preemptive strike.

“Even the most brilliant operations researcher can not know, in the case of Iran, the actual quality and precision of Israel’s intelligence, how successful an attack might be, what the reaction of other regional players might be, how long the Iranians and their proxies (Hezbollah, Hamas or Syria) will be capable of and willing to fight, what will be the Israeli public’s reaction to missiles falling on it, and so on,” says Avner Cohen, an expert at the Non-Proliferation Centre at the Monterey Institute of International Studies.

“These are all unknowns about which no one can have accurate advance knowledge. One can initiate a war, but it is not possible to know how and when the fire will be put out.”


Georgetown, KY

#49191 Apr 10, 2012
(Part 3 - if nuke talks fail THIS Friday)

Meir Dagan, the former head of Israel’s secret service, the Mossad, created a furor last summer when he publicly accused Mr. Barak and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of pushing their cabinet colleagues to back an attack on Iran.

Shlomo Gazit, a retired Major General who was Israel’s chief of military intelligence in the 1970s, also criticized the possibility of a pre-emptive strike on Iran, declaring,“An Israeli attack on Iran’s nuclear reactor will lead to the liquidation of Israel.”

He insists that while Israel has the power and determination to attack Iran, it lacks the ability to do much more than launch a single massive air strike.

“There is no possibility of Israel continuing with a military effort against Iran that is going to last for days, or weeks, or months,” he says.“Israel … will have a very limited interest and that is to destroy the present nuclear capability of Iran, to reach nuclear devices. Period.”

In later discussions, Gen. Gazit dialed back his predictions of disaster, saying he did not think an Iranian counterattack would destroy Israel.

“It will be no doubt painful, but nothing beyond it,” he says now.

Iran’s response to an Israeli or U.S. attack will be crucial to determining how intense any follow-on conflict will become.

So far, Iranian leaders have threatened to retaliate with missile attacks on Israel and its nuclear sites and **********this week a senior Revolutionary Guard commander vowed no place in the United States would be safe from retaliation.*********

Iran has also threatened to choke off world oil supplies by closing the Strait of Hormuz. It could opt for an all-out blitz on U.S. military targets in the Persian Gulf and it could invoke allies such as Hezbollah, Hamas and Syria to step up attacks on Israel.

But most experts predict Tehran would, initially at least, resort to a low-key response with low level, unattributed, attacks on U.S. and Israeli targets and possibly by supplying weapons and explosives to Taliban insurgents fighting U.S. troops in neighbouring Afghanistan.

Iran might “play the victim” and offer limited retaliation against Israel in a bid to exploit international outrage to try and weaken international sanctions against it, says Alireza Nader, a policy analyst at the RAND Corp. and co-author of Israel and Iran: A Dangerous Rivalry.

“Iran would almost certainly give the required 90 days notice of its intention to quit the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and terminate inspections by the International Atomic Energy Agency,” says Gary Sick, a former U.S. national security advisor who co-ordinated the U.S. response to the Iranian hostage crisis in 1979 and 1980.

In addition to driving up world oil prices by disrupting shipping traffic through the Strait of Hormuz, Mr. Sick says there might also be some “unexplained pipeline explosions in Iraq, possibly by pro-Iranian militias.”

Iranian cyberattacks might disrupt Arab oil loading platforms, further restricting world oil supplies.

“Extremely vulnerable economies, such as the southern European states, could be tipped into bankruptcy,” Mr. Sick says.“But all states would face significant challenges as a surge in transportation and manufacturing costs rippled through all aspects of their industries.

“This is Iran’s true weapon of mass destruction.”


Georgetown, KY

#49192 Apr 10, 2012
(Part 4 and LAST - If Nuke talks fail This Friday)

The United States would be determined to bring any conflict to an end as quickly as possible, says Col. Gardiner’s Swedish study.

“This could lead the United States to the decision to make regime elimination the objective,” he says.

“A U.S. president will have to decide whether to passively await casualties or to attack Iranian military capabilities on its own. The United States would probably decide to finish the job on Iranian nuclear facilities and destroy as much as possible of Iran’s capability to project combat power.”

For now, having cobbled together the harshest economic sanctions ever mobilized against Iran, Washington is willing to give diplomacy one last chance.

But Israeli and U.S. officials, while agreed on how much progress Iran has made enriching uranium, are deeply divided over how to prevent Tehran from building a weapon.

A report, published last week by the U.S. Congressional Research Service, quotes a “very senior Israeli security source” as saying:“Americans tell us there is time and we tell them that they only have about six to nine months more than we do. Therefore, sanctions have to be brought to a culmination now, in order to exhaust that track.”

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Since: May 10

West Jefferson,NC

#49193 Apr 10, 2012
Something to ponder, Iran aint Iraq. Iran has a much better military and has assets abroad and many friends who will gladly help strike at U.S. interests both in the M.E. AND here in the U.S. and its more important to take into account Iran - Old Persia's role in bible prophecy which means neither Israel nor the U.S. can destroy Iran at this time! A attack on Iran now I believe will fail and result in a terrible backlash for Israel and us including attacks here in the U.S. that may make 9/11 pale. Both Red China and Russia have sworn to protect/aid Iran in any attack. Even now powerful Russian naval and land forces are massing near Syria/Iran. Folks this is going to blow wide open as per bible prophecy/Gods schedule NOT manmade political reasoning/motives.!

Richmond, KY

#49194 Apr 10, 2012
OhioJeepGirl wrote:
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There are many documents out there that are much older, more than ten years older, that are primary documents of congressional hearings, researched assesments created for IGO review, and so much more.
While I enjoy going to many media sites, I must rely on accurate information. Information based of facts and not propaganda. Propaganda floats through all media news outlets and you should know that by now.
As for a whois search for who owns the websites and the servers listed for your Pakalert site...when you are done you will see he owns many dating sites.=) Just takes a little research. I posted that a few months back. With all of the site information and all that I retrieved through a simple "whois" and I know you can easily do the same in about 15 minutes.
PressTV was created in 2007 and was the idea of Ahmadinejad himself. It is an Iranian state run propaganda outlet, however I enjoy that site and even sparked in interview between them and Alex Jones about 4-5 years ago. I use it merely to see what Iran is thinking.
RT is the same as PressTV and a great place to look into the mind of the Russia government. Each of these sites are trying to guide your opinions.
Even Haaretz and the Jerusalem Post are state propaganda sites. I enjoy all of these and it helps me to formulate an analysis based on what each side is TRYING to make you think.
ha ha ha!!! A paid blogger would be interesting, but not challenging enough. As a matter a fact, I am moving away from my goal of teaching for just that reason. I have an opportunity to work for a lady who is starting a counsulting business as she is an expert on Iraq and although I am only a junior analyst, she loves my input on Iran and how well I have put together the puzzle of Iran, Russia, Venezuela, the drug cartels and Hezbollah (just to name a few). Yet, I am becoming more interested in national security. Hard telling where I will be in a couple more years.
I do enjoy debating on these threads and would not mind at all finding a shill job that allows me to take a position and educate people of the real threat of Hezbollah.=)
Yes, I do find the timing of certain things interesting and I do keep that in mind. This is why many sources are analysed in a report to view the larger picture.
what about Globalresearch, Veteranstoday, Intelhub, Rense, Infowars, Naturalnews? Many of the articles in Pakalert come from these other sites and they all seem to share the same viewpoints. Presstv, RT, and even Haaretz also have a lot of concordance between them in the way they present the news so I can hardly believe your claim that these news outlets are all propaganda. You can't say that I'm anti-Israel because even many Israeli columnists in Haaretz hold the same views about the Netanyahu regime. Israeli also has it's government dissenters who are not afraid to speak the truth like we have here in the US. You should also know that in a lot of what you call conspiracy or propaganda lies the seeds of truth. Only after doing your own research and looking at various sources and viewpoints can you figure out how to read between the lines and discern what is truth and what is propaganda. I think I'm pretty good at being able to tell the difference by now, I've done my share of research and have had discussion with others of like mind on these forums that discuss these issues who have shared their research and confirmed a lot of my beliefs. Like it or not, there are many who share my views throughout the world, Kentucky and the rest of the US seem to be lagging behind in a lot of this knowledge. When you honestly research 9/11 and follow the rabbit hole to wherever it leads, you will discover a lot of these truths that are now beginning to emerge, especially with regards to Israel and who really runs this country.

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