COMPROMISED: Sex-abuser Congressmen are open to massive blackmail

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COMPROMISED: Sex-abuser Congressmen are open to massive blackmail

by Jon Rappoport

November 23, 2017

Most people are naïve about how intelligence operations are run. Holding damaging secrets on public figures equals the opportunity for blackmail. This strategy was probably discovered by cave men.

—Sex-abuse claims filed against members of Congress—beyond Al Franken and John Conyers—

Where are all the names of these Congressmen? We’re now told that, in the past 10 years, $17 million has been paid out to accusers in small sums. An unknown part of that money was compensation for explicitly sexual offenses.

There are more cases where the accusers simply gave up and refused to pursue claims. They’re potentially waiting in the wings.

Not only are the Congressmen guilty, they’re open to blackmail. As they vote on bills; as they decide which lobbyists to favor; as they decide what advice to follow from intelligence agencies; as they…

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What’s NASA Hiding? Funds Study That Predicts How The World Will End, Then Washes Its Hands Of The Research - by F. Kaskais

What NASA Hiding Funds Study That Predicts How The World Will End Then Washes Its Hands Of The Research

The scientists created a NASA-funded new cross-disciplinary model – Human And Nature DYnamics or HANDY – on climate change to compare an egalitarian society, an equitable society, and an unequal society.

According to The Guardian, the study came to a conclusion that history is replete with evidences that advanced, complex civilizations are susceptible to collapse.

Its authors claimed that HANDY offered a highly credible wake-up call to governments, corporations, business and consumers to recognize that policy and structural changes are required immediately to avoid societal collapse.

“The fall of the Roman Empire, and the equally (if not more) advanced Han, Mauryan, and Gupta Empires, as well as so many advanced Mesopotamian Empires, are all…

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Book Review: Short Cuts: Life expectancy

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Short Cuts

Danny Dorling

The first English Life Table was based on data collected around the census year of 1841 and gave female life expectancy as 42 and male as 40. By the sixth table, in 1891, life expectancy for women in England and Wales was 48 and for men 44. Many people lived longer than this, but so many babies died in their first year of life that it brought the average down. Public health reforms during the 1890s meant that by 1901 life expectancy was 52 for women and 48 for men. Four years each, gained in just ten years. The turn of the century brought a dramatic drop in infant and childhood mortality as sanitation and living standards improved. By 1921 women were expected to live to 60 and men to 56. Eight years each, gained in just twenty years. By 1951 women’s life expectancy was 72…

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The Tory government is a crime against the humanity of the nation

Fear and loathing in Great Britain


I’ve just transferred some money across to my nieces bank account because she’s gone overdrawn because she hasn’t been paid this month. I did it not just because I care about her, but because I am raging angry, because we always pay, even after we bailed the banks out, we always pay, and bank charges, in particular, drive me incoherent with rage.

You name it, we pay, always. Taxes, excise duties on fuel and the like, passports and driving licences, VAT, bank charges, instant fines, school fines, refuse and waste fines if we put our refuse out in the wrong way, parking charges, including hospital parking charges, even for beleaguered staff, and monster fines if we get it wrong or forget for any reason. Late payment fines for bills. Bailiff charges and court charges and fines for even the most minor transgressions. Government sanctions, and loss of the means of…

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States prepare to shut down children’s health programs if Congress doesn’t act

The Secular Jurist

Most CHIP families, who earn too much for Medicaid but too little to afford private insurance, are not aware lawmakers’ inaction is endangering coverage. They’re about to find out, though. Virginia and several other states are preparing letters to go out as early as Monday warning families their children’s insurance may be taken away.

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), which administers the program at the federal level, issued a notice to state health officials on Nov. 9 detailing their options if CHIP funding does run dry. States forced to end the program will need to determine whether enrolled children are eligible for Medicaid or whether their family will need to seek insurance through an Affordable Care Act marketplace, the guidance said.

Continue reading:  States prepare to shut down children’s health programs if Congress doesn’t act

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How many women opened the door to their rapist?

I finished school in 1971, then spent months searching for a job.  Finally I found one but failed to ask about the wages.  My first pay packet was the shock of my life.  £14 a week, £2 deducted for tax.  My bus fares were £3, and bus journeys to work of an hour each way.  I paid my parents £6 for my board feeling totally ashamed that after dependency on my parents for 18 years, and not having a legitimate excuse for failing to be self-supporting I was still being subsidised.  Moreover, my working week meant getting up at 7 to travel, and often meant I returned home after 6pm – all for £3.

I packed up and went to Australia where overnight my wages were double and my living costs were half, combined with a much higher quality of life.  But it was a huge culture shock.  I had gone from crime-free rural Northern Ireland to a crime-saturated cosmopolitan centre – Sydney, and I never got my mind round it.  Friends in the next street told me that I was their only neighbour who had not been burgled, supposedly because I had nothing worth taking.  They explained that the burglars sat in cars and watched the houses, working out which houses were worth targeting and when the occupants were out at work.

But financially it seemed that my problems were solved.   I could easily support myself.  But it turned out that I am a cold climate person and after 3 years I had still failed to acclimatize to the heat.  The prospect of enduring another summer made me feel I was heading for a breakdown.  So I came back to Northern Ireland in 1975.

But just before I left the burglars had developed a new strand on their criminality.  In observing which houses were empty during the day they had also identified which houses were occupied by a lone housewife, and there were a spate of rapes carried out by the simple process of knocking on the door and then attacking the housewife when she opened it.  The radio was warning women and telling them not to open their doors to strangers.

I thought about this and realised that none of my friends turned up without a prior arrangement, and officials always give advance notice.  So from 1975 I have never opened my door unless I knew who was calling.

1975 to 2017.  I wonder how many women have been raped for simply opening their door?

Roll on to 2017.  Now I am a pensioner, a widow, and I live alone at a multiple-occupancy address.  I am unlikely to be visited by any friends I made in my 20 years working in London, and all my relatives live in other countries.  And the practice of officials notifying you if they are planning to call is unchanged.

Yesterday afternoon, at about 4.30 (after dark) my door opened and 3 men let themselves into my room where I was watching a DVD.  They were total strangers, and looked like they had dressed out of a skip and were auditioning for Wurzel Gummidge.  They looked at me, mumbled at each other, walked across the room, and then left.

I had had a vague notice from the housekeeper that the owner, a lady, and not  one of the men, was going to call by to check the rooms, something she does about once a year, as she lives in Australia.

At about 2.30 two men had already called, supposedly a “room inspection”, who were also total strangers, but dressed office smart.

I need to clarify “room inspections”.  Oddly, in all my time living in London I never once had a “room inspection”.  When I first moved to this address in Harrogate, 5 years ago, the owner called in once in the first two years.  In the third year, a “room inspection” was added, but in the last two years “room inspections” have multiplied, reaching a dozen in one year if you include all the times arrangements for a “room inspection” was made, then cancelled, then put back to another date.  The first “room inspections” were carried out either by a known staff member of the letting agency, or if a stranger, accompanied by the housekeeper, but in the last year the room “inspectors” have been total strangers, the only indication I have that they are who they say they are being the advance notice that a “room inspection” is going to take place.

Which culminated yesterday with 3 total strangers, dressed like tramps, just walking in.

Is this normal?  Does this seem acceptable to you? Am I being reasonable in asking – what is going on?

Is this just another twist on the modern phenomenon of men invading women’s space as if by right?

I have rarely gambled with my safety,but it seems I have been put into a situation by the letting agency which could be setting me up for attack.  I don’t answer my door to strangers, but what can you do when letting agents give total strangers the key to your apartment and they can walk in at any time.  How do I know if the strangers are there for a legitimate purpose – a “room inspection” or for some other reason and I need to defend myself.

Ten years after the death of Fiona Pilkington, have the police got better at tackling hate crime?

Govt Newspeak

The tragic backstory behind Fiona’s suicide was revealed under the unforgiving glare of the national press

Everyone remembers Fiona as the woman who burnt herself to death. They remember reading about her in the papers or seeing her face on the news: a photo of a brown-haired, middle-aged woman with downcast eyes. No one knew her personally. Fiona spent much of her life isolated and alone. Ten years on, residents in the Leicestershire village where she lived and worked still seem disconnected to her death. Locals living just a few metres from the lay-by where Fiona eventually set her own car ablaze struggle to recall the details. “We saw nothing,” one elderly resident says. “There was no fuss here. We had no one asking any questions.”

Thirty-eight-year-old Fiona Pilkington killed herself on 23 October 2007, after…

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