Monthly Archives: February 2013

Genetic labeling for mental illness

Elite claim people with psychiatric illnesses tend to have a distinctive DNA pattern. Labeling or tagging for purported mental illness without distinction is around the corner. The emerging view of mental illness that aims to make diagnoses based on the genetic aberrations. The psychiatric illnesses seem very different — schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, autism, major depression and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/01/health/study-finds-genetic-risk-factors-shared-by-5-psychiatric-disorders.html?hp […]

US Supreme Court considers gutting Voting Rights Act

The Supreme Court looks to strike down or otherwise gut a centerpiece of the Voting Rights Act. There will be far less scrutiny of thousands of decisions each year about redrawing district lines, moving or closing polling places, changing voting hours or imposing voter identification requirements in areas that have a history of disenfranchising minority […]

Wiring brains together to communicate

The wired brain implants allowed sensory and motor signals to be sent from one rat to another, creating the first ever brain-to-brain interface. The purpose is to establish a new artificial communication channel between animals. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-21604005 The elite foresee eventually extending the system to larger numbers of animals. “We are already building the setup… You […]

Manning admits leak “to make the world a better place.”

Pfc. Bradley Manning, hero among antiwar and whistle-blower advocacy groups,  confessed in open court to providing vast archives of military and diplomatic files including videos of airstrikes in Iraq and Afghanistan which killed civilians  http://youtu.be/GOWMRJM945I  to the antisecrecy group WikiLeaks, saying that he wanted the information to become public “to make the world a better […]

Another genocidal maniac released

A Serbian general who was sentenced to 27 years for crimes against humanity has been released on appeal by The Hague. Momcilo Perisic, who commanded the Yugoslav army during the wars in Bosnia and Croatia, was found guilty after a trial in 2011. “Mr Perisic may have known of VRS [Serb Army of Republika Srpska, […]

Strange occurrence of Swiss shootings

Mass shootings are uncommon in Switzerland, but the shooting in Menznau was the second such episode in two months, and it could revive debate on gun control in Switzerland, where it is estimated that there are between two and three million guns in circulation among the country’s population of eight million people. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/02/28/world/europe/deadly-shooting-in-swiss-factory.html?ref=world Shootings seem […]

Police drag person behind truck until dead

South African police tie citizen to truck bumper and drag him to his death while onlookers record video. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/01/world/africa/outrage-in-south-africa-after-police-drag-man-behind-truck-and-he-dies.html?hp A lonely female voice uttered, “look at what is happening to God’s children.”“They killed one of our brothers like he was a dog,”In 2005-2006, South African police shot 281 people dead. Within three years the number […]