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Global Alert News – 10.15.16

The US/NATO quest for total global dominance continues to move forward while it is simultaneously fracturing from within. The US supported ally, Saudi Arabia, has just added to it’s growing mountain of dead civilians by slaughtering a funeral gathering in Yemen. Former US allies, like the Philippines, are kicking the US military out of their country. Many other nations are rapidly descending into chaos. The geoengineers are flowing moisture into the Western US but have so far syphoned off much of it with a constant aerosol spraying assault. The atmospheric aerosol saturation (and radio frequency transmissions) broadcasts the moisture out into massive expanses of largely rainless cloud cover. Welcome to solar radiation management which is worsening the overall warming of the planet, not mitigating it. And for those who have bought into “the more Co2, the better” equation, a new study now proves that trees and plants have long since passed their peak ability to absorb this greenhouse gas. The latest addition of Global Alert News is below Apathy and angst will not save us, only properly prioritized collective action can yet make a difference. Each and every one of us can have a profound impact for the better on the overall paradigm, we simply need to try. Make your voice heard.

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Ewen MacAskill and Paul Torpey – One in Three Saudi Air Raids on Yemen Hit Civilian Sites, Data Shows

ore than one-third of all Saudi-led air raids on Yemen have hit civilian sites, such as school buildings, hospitals, markets, mosques and economic infrastructure, according to the most comprehensive survey of the conflict. The findings, revealed by the Guardian on Friday, contrast with claims by the Saudi government, backed by its US and British allies, that Riyadh is seeking to minimise civilian …

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David Korten – Want National Security? Dismantle the War Machine

The recent 15th anniversary of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the World Trade towers was a reminder of the terrible consequences when a nation ignores the lessons of history—including its own recent history. The U.S. military budget is a tragic example. We currently spend roughly $598 billion on defense, which is more than the next seven biggest military spenders combined: China, …

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ROBERT FISK – Saudi Arabia: Can’t Pay Its Bills, Yet Funds War on Yemen

Almost exactly a year after Salman bin Albdulaziz Al Saud, king of Saudi Arabia, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and head of the House of Saud, hurriedly left his millionaire’s mansion near Cannes with his 1,000 servants to continue his vacation in Morocco, the kingdom’s cash is not flowing so smoothly for the tens of thousands of sub-continental expatriates sweating away on his …

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The Gary Null Show – 11.23.15

Hal Niedzviecki is a Canadian journalist, author and social critic who is highly regarded for his astute perceptions in deconstructing the illusions of the high tech industry, popular fads and contemporary lifestyles, and its’ many promises being sold to people. For years his research has focused upon the role future possibilities drive companies, technologies and different philosophies. He is the publisher of Broken Pencil, a leading underground publication devoted to sub cultures. His articles have appeared in publications throughout the world including the New York Times, Utne, the British Globe and Mail, Playboy and others. Among his books is The Peep Diaries which became a documentary aired by the Canadian Broadcast Company, and more recently “Trees on Mars: Our Obsession with the Future” which has been praised by many progressives for its insights into the agendas behind futurist studies to predict, own and sell the future. His website is AlongCameTomorrow.com