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RT News ~ World News Links (August 1 2014)

Pro-Israel Tory MP Condemns ‘Disproportionate’ IDF Gaza Offensive


 Prominent pro-Israeli Tory MP, Margot James, urges the government to adopt a policy shift on the Gaza crisis. (Photo from

Prominent pro-Israeli Tory MP, Margot James, urges the government to adopt a policy shift on the Gaza crisis. (Photo from

Conservative MP Margot James, an aide to former Foreign Secretary William Hague, has written to new Foreign Secretary Phillip Hammond, urging him to rethink the coalition’s policy towards the ongoing conflict. Observers say the letter is a clear sign of growing disquiet within the coalition government over Israel’s aggressive military campaign.

In her letter, the Stourbridge MP expressed sorrow and disbelief at the sheer scale of Palestinian suffering that has emerged since the bloody conflict began three weeks ago. Ms James told Hammond she was writing to him on behalf of many of her constituents who had contacted her directly to “register their despair at the loss of life in Gaza.”

‘Wholly Disproportionate’

Her constituents, mostly non-Muslims, regard Israel’s military action in the region as “wholly disproportionate to the threat posed by Hamas,” she said.

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Selected RT_News LInks

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Mass immigration to strain UK infrastructure – report

Third of Tory voters favour Ukip coalition – poll

WWI tragedy reminder of dangers of excessive ambitions – Putin

Ukraine MH17 may be CIA false flag and it ain’t flying

Kiev did use ballistic missiles in E. Ukraine, NATO source confirms to DW

‘Wrong time, altered images’: Moscow slams Kiev’s MH17 satellite data

FL mother charged with neglect for allowing son to play in park unsupervised

Turkey PM slams Israel for ‘Hitler-like fascism’

25 dead, over 270 injured as multiple gas explosions hit Taiwan city

‘Nightmare bacteria’ spreading rapidly in Southeastern US

German general becomes first non-American to serve as US Army Europe’s chief of staff

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John Smallman ~ The Absolute Futility of Conflict Dawns On An Awakening Humanity

smallman_bridgeHere in the spiritual realms excitement, as you might put, is approaching fever pitch!  Yet all across the world, and particularly in the area of Palestine and Israel, it would seem that people are experiencing hell on Earth.  There is an enormous amount of unnecessary and totally unjustified pain and suffering as anger intensifies and conflicts rage, but be aware that this is the essential raising into humanity’s conscious awareness of the futility of these ways of behaving, relating, and attempting to resolve differences between peoples.

For eons conflict has totally failed to resolve disagreements let alone establish peaceful co-existence between warring factions.  Finally humanity is getting the message, but it has taken this recent escalation of conflict across the globe to really bring this message home.  Consequently enormous numbers of good and loving people are working together to persuade those filled with hate and resentment to take a break from conflict and to meet with one another, initially to end the hostile activities that are tearing families and societies apart, and then to work together to establish a loving acceptance of each others right to live in peace.

It does seem to you that people have been futilely attempting this for generations, which they have, but now there is such an intensity of Love bringing peoples together that the angry reactionary excitement of those you might describe as “hotheads” will be calmed down in order that their often intense rage ceases to fuel the fires of dissent that it seems can never be extinguished. Continue reading

Daisy Luther ~ The Big Blackout: Why I’m Going Low-Tech To Prep For An EMP

“If money is an object in your preparedness endeavors, (and let’s face it, money is an object for most of us these days), then focus your dollars on preps that are sustainable without electrical power.” D Luther

This might be stating the obvious, but in the event of an EMP, things will not be the same, no matter how great your generator is.

Aaron Dykes of Truthstream Media wrote an excellent article about the extreme likelihood of a catastrophic event that could take out our power grid:

Billionaire hedge fund manager Paul Singer is warning investors – and more broadly, lawmakers and leaders – about the potential destructive power of an electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, which could be triggered by solar events or artificially, via blasts in the atmosphere.

According to Singer, research shows that no other incident, including a nuclear bomb, has the potential for such wide-scale devastation, coupled with the relative likelihood of occurring. While a nuke would primarily impact on the location of a such (such a city), an EMP could occur globally or across large-scale regions, wreaking havoc on the entire electric grid and devices… Continue reading

Oracle Report ~ Friday, August 1, 2014

“If you experience yourself, someone else, or a situation falling or coming up short, recognize the truth that is being shown.  In many ways, the nature of things is revealed to us today.  True character, true feelings, and true intentions are visible if we are brave enough to look.” L Walker

Crescent Moon in Libra: expand ~ Ruling Mahavidya: Bhairavi (The Goddess Who Calls to Heroism)



Skill: engender peacefulness

Negative Imprint: fussy, infectious negativity, self-denial, dragging up pain from the past, loss of popularity or support, insincere, naïve

Positive Imprint: let go, lighten up, nurturing self and others, reward, rest, rejuvenation, truth, wisdom

Two themes are activated today: deep healing and revitalization.  These two themes are strong throughout the month, since they were energetically imprinted (with Chiron and Mars) back at the New Moon on July 26.

Recall that the energy for the month is like the Sabian symbol for the New Moon: “rock formations towering over a deep canyon” or, more specifically, “a ring of singing stones bridging over the chaos.” Continue reading

Sheridan Bishop ~ French Supermarket Makes Food Waste Solution Fun! [Video]

Introducing the disfigured eggplant, the ugly carrot, the ridiculous potato, and the hideous orange.

Creative marketing campaign brings rejected fruit and veggies to life!

It is estimated that we waste over 300 million tons of food per year.  Many fruits and vegetables are rejected by supermarket buyers because they don’t meet the strict criteria of looking perfect.

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James Hall ~ Corporatism Stifles Innovation

“When examining the way corporate transnational businesses operate in the real world, their lack of internal in-house innovation is notorious. These gigantic corporatist carnivores excel at mergers and accusations in the quest of monopolization of markets. In these endeavors, their best friend is government cronyism and favoritism.”  J Hall


For an economy to grow and create actual wealth, innovation is a bedrock component in the development of enhanced prosperity. Prosperity is an intriguing concept. Simply making and accumulating money falls short of establishing a successful economic model. This recent report illustrates a prime example. Facebook stock soars, as company briefly passes IBM in market value. “By most measures, Facebook is dwarfed by IBM: With about 7,000 employees, ten-year-old Facebook is on track to garner $12 billion in sales this year. The 103-year-old IBM has more than 400,000 workers and sold almost $100 billion of computer hardware and software in 2013.”

Is Facebook a shining star of innovation? Or is it the product of a society, which has given up on working towards a successful economy, whereby a prosperous middle class partakes in the engine of continued and shared affluence? Conversely, is IBM an innovated inventor, or is it a dinosaur of a previous era? Continue reading

Lorena Galliot ~ The Latest French Fashion: Eating Ugly Fruits And Veggies

 “Gunders believes American consumers are far more open to odd-shaped produce than supermarket managers give them credit for. Sure, if given the choice between a great-looking tomato and a lumpy one, most might initially reach for the beauty queen. But enticed with a discount and presented with a light-hearted yet relevant social message, as Intermarché customers were, many will think twice.” L Galliot



Few things are more unappealing than a lumpy, bruised potato covered in sprouts. But leave it to the French to make it look sexy.

A campaign by the French supermarket chain Intermarché is on a mission to make shoppers see the inner beauty in scarred, disfigured, or otherwise odd-shaped fruits and vegetables. The message: Why throw away perfectly good produce just because it doesn’t meet arbitrary cosmetic criteria — especially when so many families can’t afford to eat the five daily portions of fruits and vegetables recommended by nutritionists?

“Now, you can eat five ‘inglorious’ fruits and vegetables a day. As good, but 30 percent cheaper,” says an Intermarché promotional video, trumpeting the virtues of the “the grotesque apple, the ridiculous potato, the hideous orange, the failed lemon, the disfigured eggplant, the ugly carrot, and the unfortunate clementine.” Here’s an English version of the video:

The French are eating it up like chocolat. After Intermarché launched the campaign in March, it sold out of its ugly fruits and vegetables within the first two days, and saw a 24 percent increase in traffic in participating stores. Now it’s looking to expand the program to its 1,474 supermarkets all over France.

Unnecessary waste

We sure could eat more ugly veggies over on this side of the pond. A report by the Natural Resources Defense Council found that Americans toss a whopping 52 percent of the country’s fruits and vegetables — more than any other food group. A significant part of that loss occurs before the produce ever leaves the field.

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Zen Gardner ~ Transcending the Parasitic Fear Agenda

“Both fear and hate are entropic – they break down the beautiful complexity of the natural flow and structure of life in order to release the energy within, leaving a used up, over-simplified and dead husk in its wake. This released energy is food for the temporal and spiritual parasites and the reason their ugly forces are exerted on humanity . . .”  Z Gardner

EyeLookingUpEveryone experiences fear. It’s a jarring emotion that gets amplified by the reptilian fight or flight side of our human make up. The problem comes when the prompt is deliberately manufactured and therefore non-authentic, which is why the manipulators use it so frequently and to such an extent. Fear interferes with conscious awareness, clear thinking, true knowing and in turn conscious behavior and makes for a highly manipulable state of being.

It’s not only toxic and debilitating, but fear is contagious as well as addicting.

This lower level vibration of fear has many esoteric derivations and origins. Whether people are aware of the underlying spiritual nature of our Universe or not, it is profoundly real. Where we get these fear impulses is a subject unto itself that anyone on the path of truth comes upon, but we each experience these influences. One of the most profound realizations that comes from understanding fear, besides its use as a social engineering tool, is that fear is an intrinsic energy source for parasitic controllers and entities, both human and non-human. Understanding the archonic agenda as revealed by the Gnostics is essential for grasping the bigger picture.

They feed off of our energy. That realization is a powerful motivator to not give it to them. Fearing their machinations is falling into a voluntary slave mentality and literally a form of worship.

It’s time to fearlessly stand up straight and tall and starve this parasitic beast of our energy.

The Fear Syndrome – Separating Real and Unreal Threats

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