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PAYBACK! 300+ Predator Pedophile Priests Named In Pennsylvania Grand Jury Sex Abuse Report Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 18:21:05 Id: 73fc23 [Preview] No. 11903 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The long-awaited state grand jury report into sexual abuse in six Pennsylvania dioceses, including Pittsburgh and Greensburg, has finally been released.

The 1,300-plus page document, two years in the making, shines a light into the dark corners of these dioceses going back seven decades, exposing the predators and the efforts of their bishops to protect them.

The report cites roughly 300 priests, clergy and lay teachers with credible allegations against them. There are close to 90 in the Diocese of Pittsburgh alone.

Because of an on-going legal battle, more than a dozen names and identifying information have been redacted. But the report shows a consistent pattern of bishops having prior knowledge of the actions of these predatory priests, reassigning them and not alerting law enforcement.

“All victims were brushed aside, in every part of the state, by church leaders who preferred to protect the abusers and their institution above all. The main thing was not to help children, but to avoid scandal.”

“Priests were raping little boys and girls and the men of God who were responsible for them not only did nothing: they hid it all.”

“Diocesan administrators, including the Bishops, had knowledge of this conduct and yet priests were regularly placed in ministry after the Diocese was on notice that a complaint of child sexual abuse had been made. This conduct enabled offenders and endangered the welfare of children.”

In addition, the report says administrators and Bishops “often dissuaded victims from reporting abuse to police, pressured law enforcement to terminate or avoid an investigation, or conducted their own deficient, biased investigations without reporting crimes against children to the proper authorities.”

The report includes some priests who stood trial and were convicted of sexual assault. In the Diocese of Pittsburgh, they include: Father Robert Wolk of St. Thomas More in Bethel Park; Father Richard Zula of Saints Mary and Ann in Marianna, Washington County, and Father Richard Dorsch, convicted of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old boy in North Park.

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After Venezuela Collapses, Venezuelan Pirates Murder Crews and Loot Ships Across The Caribbean Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 15:54:13 Id: 750f52 [Preview] No. 11901 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Vessels sailing in the vicinity of Trinidad and Tobago are now under threat of being the victims of piracy for the first since the 1700s. According to a report from the Washington Post, in the wake of Venezuela’s economic and societal collapse, criminals desperate to earn a living have taken up the centuries-old crime and are attacking yachts and fishing vessels along the coast of South America.

Jeremy McDermott of Insight Crime, a nonprofit that studies organized crime in the region told the Washington Post that “It’s criminal chaos, a free-for-all, along the Venezuelan coast.”

Although there hasn’t been much research into piracy in the Caribbean, one study from the nonprofit group Oceans Beyond Piracy found that pirate attacks in the region rose by 163 percent between 2016 and 2017. Some experts fear that pirate activity and other crimes in the Caribbean Sea will increase as conditions in the socialist country continue to deteriorate.

“This reminds me of how the problems started off the coast of eastern Africa," said Roodal Moonilal, a politician from Trinidad and Tobago while speaking to the Washington Post. “What we’re seeing – the piracy, the smuggling – it’s the result of Venezuela’s political and economic collapse.”

While the region has seen traffickers use ports in Trinidad to move drugs from Colombia and Venezuela to North America in the past, the new pirates are ratcheting up the violence to levels that haven’t been seen by mariners in the region since the time of Blackbeard.

One witness recounted his experience of being attacked by the pirates to reporters and stated that they were “doused with hot oil, hacked with machetes and thrown overboard, then their boats were stolen."

Although Venezuela has a coast guard, one anonymous Venezuelan port official told the Washington Post that ” Venezuelan coast guard officers have been boarding anchored vessels and demanding money and food,” leaving merchant ships and fishing vessels no choice but to anchor further away from the coast.


The Collapse of Turkey's Lira and Russian Rouble Troubles Spells Disaster For Euro Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 14:33:22 Id: 4c9354 [Preview] No. 11900 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
BE PREPARED: >>>/endtimes/7 | https://archive.fo/DvnSV

A PLUNGING Turkish lira and Russian rouble pulled the euro lower today and rippled through riskier assets worldwide, sending stock markets lower and buoying "safe haven assets" such as US Treasuries (aka US IOUs).

The euro fell to its lowest level since July 2017 and the dollar rallied as Washington piled pressure on Ankara and Moscow. The lira went into free-fall, sinking more than 10 percent to all-time lows.

European stocks looked set to start well in the red, following losses in Asia and U.S. futures.

Spreadbetters indicated London's FTSE was set to open 4 points lower at 7,738, Frankfurt's DAX 17 points lower at 12,660 and Paris' CAC 11 points down at 5,491.

U.S. S&P mini-futures were down 0.4 percent, after modest losses on Wall Street overnight.

MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 1.1 percent, trimming its gains for the week to 0.6 percent.

The Nikkei stock index fell 1.3 percent as the yen firmed and investors fretted over trade pressure from Washington, overshadowing data which showed Japan's economy expanded faster-than-expected in the second quarter.

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UN Bureaucrats Furious At Hungary, Poland and Italy For Refusing Migrants, Plot Revenge Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 13:57:43 Id: 6f6c53 [Preview] No. 11898 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
The global establishment goes out of its way to increase the number of immigrants in Europe. If the governments of particular states such as Hungary, Poland or now Italy oppose these activities, they are internationally marginalized. And if an action goes counter to the plans of international organizations, they are trying to come up with new legal interpretations that will be binding on the parties concerned. All of which is only possible because the EU member countries have relinquished their sovereignty and transferred it to international institutions.

The Italian authorities, which are increasingly strongly opposed to the pressure from the UN and non-governmental organizations, are effectively counteracting the stream of African immigrants. Thus Italy ceases to be the main migratory route to Europe, which is not accepted by the NGOs or international institutions. Still, events from the end of July related to the Italian ship Asseo Ventotto, as described below, make migration from Europe legal and even desirable.

In recent years it was Italy that has accepted most of the refugees. The new government has decided to take more decisive steps to stop this process. The first measure was the gradual closure of ports to non-governmental organizations transporting “refugees”. The second is to send undocumented immigrants back to Africa.

The resolve of the Italian authorities have triggered attacks by non-governmental organizations that have hailed the government’s representatives as fascists, simply because they want to pursue the will of voters and restrict immigration. 3)both the UN and the EU question the legality of Rome’s actions. The Italian-Libyan cooperation is also under international pressure because it aims to redirect the refugees heading for Italy to Libya. The European Court of Human Rights has submitted the procedures for the prevention of migration in the Mediterranean to scrutiny.

The event from last month provides a precedent. On 30th of July, the Asso Ventotto, a ship owned by Augusta Offshore, the Italian oil and gas production company, picked up, only 6.4 km from Libyan territorial waters, a dinghy with more than a hundred immigrants, which was required by the maritime law. Acting on the advice of the Libyan Coast Guard, the Asso Ventotto crew transported the rescued to the nearest port, i.e. to Tripoli. It was like throwing down the gauntlet to non-governmental organizations such as Amnesty International, Sea-Watch or activists of Proactiva Open Arms, which suggested that the safest place for survivors would be Europe.

UN diplomats couldn’t agree more. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi, stated on Twitter that the transfer of survivors to countries where human rights might be violated may constitute a violation of international standards. Thus, according to Grandi, immigrants which were picked up near Libyan territorial waters should be transported to countries where they will find a safe haven, to Italy, Greece or Spain, rather than to Libya, which is recognized by both the UN and the EU as a country dangerous for the survivors.

The government in Rome, however, indicates that Italy is not responsible for the fate of fleeing Africans who are not in Italian territorial waters. Such an attitude, however, does not appeal to world diplomats. Considering the fact that the UN and the EU single-handedly define a list of dangerous states, the above situation opens the ground for a new interpretation of international law. In the light of it, the UN agenda may give the green light to non-governmental organizations to pick up “refugees” from international waters and transport them to Europe as well as impose an obligation on all ships, including private ones, to transport immigrants not to the nearest but to the safest ports, never mind the cost of the shipment or the interrupted works. Closing ports to ships carrying immigrants will also be 'banned.'


Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 14:01:41 Id: 6f6c53 [Preview] No.11899 del
I hope these nations tell the UN where they can stick their migrants and keep blocking them off. Don't take any shit from a bunch of internationalist wannabe dictators.

Turkey To Boycott iPhones And US Electronic Goods, Erdogan Vows Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 13:27:27 Id: d09020 [Preview] No. 11897 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
RELATED: >>>/news/11340 ; >>>/news/11375 ; >>>/news/11579 ; >>>/news/11756

As the war of words between the US and Turkey escalates, several hours after John Bolton warned Turkey’s ambassador that the U.S. has nothing further to negotiate until detained American pastor Brunson is freed, on Tuesday Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed to boycott American electronic products in response to Washington’s economic pressure against Ankara.

“There is an economic attack against Turkey. Earlier such things were done in secret, and now they are open to us. We can react in two ways: economically and politically,” Erdogan said in his latest defiant speech in Ankara Tuesday, warning that those who wage "economic warfare" against Turkey will pay a price and adding that the Turkish nation "won’t go down, it will stand firm on its feet."

"Our Ministry of Finance and the Treasury are working day and night… We will boycott America's electronic products. They have iPhones, but on the other hand there are Samsungs. We have our local brand Venus Vestel [a Turkish smartphone brand], we will use it," the Turkish president added, sending the stock of Vestel Elektronik surging.

Erdogan's statement indicates that for the first time since the diplomatic crisis with the US began, Erdogan is playing "his own Trump economic card." With more than 82 million people and a population growth that surpasses pretty much all European countries, Turkey is a big market and will only get bigger, BBG's Onur Ant notes. So his point on iPhones had an internal coherence to it, just like Erdogan said here:

"There is a price we're paying for the period we're in. But there will be a price'' those who're waging an economic warfare against Turkey will also pay.

Of course, with the lira plunging, the boycott may be a moot point: with Turkish purchasing power dropping, that'll probably send more people to local brands anyway. According to Bloomberg, an iPhone X in Turkey starts at about 7,500 liras. That's about 5x the minimum wage, and will probably be adjusted upwards even more to account for the exchange rate.

As Bloomberg adds, if Erdogan's boycott of U.S. goods indicates no quick repair in U.S.-Turkey ties, then Turkey should brace for more sanctions: "the U.S. has a list of individuals and companies to target if Turkey doesn't release Pastor Andrew Brunson from jail."

Erdogan also repeated his appeal to Turks to convert their dollars immediately to liras, adding that "we'll be surrendering if we convert liras to FX." He's been repeating the same plea since Dec. 2016; since then the lira has lost about 46%.

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REAL.video Update: Requested Copyright Takedowns Required By Law, How To Get Around Required Geo-restricting Laws Reader 08/09/2018 (Thu) 13:42:27 Id: b3cb85 [Preview] No. 11717 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
https://archive.fo/fuIkM (Get Ready For A Youtube Alternative For Conservatives)
https://archive.fo/Sh6wr (New Youtube Platform For Conservatives Announced, Real.Video)
https://archive.fo/Gf9Nr (Youtube Alternative, Real.Video, Ready To Launch Within 60 Days)
https://archive.fo/MYZ5S (Those Who Have Been Banned From Youtube Now Have An Alternative To Post Their Videos)

One of the things that drives us all nuts about YouTube, Facebook and other tech platforms is that they ban us without explanation. There’s no due process, just a murky “voodoo” process where they never really explain what they’re banning or why they’re banning it.

In contrast to that, I’m working diligently to share with our rapidly expanding user base the exact reasons why we’re either banning or geo-restricting a few videos.

So far, we’ve banned one video due to a copyright claim. That video was called “The Magnitsky Act” and it was a documentary about the very mysterious events surrounding Bill Browder of Hermitage Capital Management. If you want to delve into a real mystery, look into that whole thing. In any case, someone posted the entire documentary without permission, and we were requested to take it down by the documentary owner. We verified the request and took down the video, as we honor intellectual property.

We’ve also removed a couple of music videos that was obviously copyrighted. A few people have tried to post full Hollywood films, too, which we’ve rejected.

[NOTE: Real.video is not a monopoly like Google who can easily get away with turning a blind eye to laws. Real.video must comply with laws regardless whether users complain or Real.video would face harsh legal actions and possibly shut down.]

Our goal with REAL.video is to grow it into a global video platform for free speech. To achieve this, we must comply with local laws concerning content. And it turns out that denying the Holocaust is a crime in 15 countries.

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Reader 08/13/2018 (Mon) 18:20:51 Id: b3cdda [Preview] No.11868 del
The Acid / Alkaline Deception - Another Vegan Scam

https://youtube.com/watch?v=dy-VSDpNZ6k [Embed]

Reader 08/13/2018 (Mon) 20:01:34 Id: d0a2d1 [Preview] No.11871 del
I avoid GMO food products and buy organic as much as I can. Plus I eat a lot of meat and the organs, I do like fried fish, soups / stews, eggs, and trailmixes (trailmix is good for snacking). I also like bone marrow (which you can get from big packages of "soup bones" at most butcher shops). The vegetables typically depend on what I grow in my garden or buy at a health food store but note I do eat them with a big serving of meat as I have for many years.

As far as the list of stocked up items such as rice, oatmeal, beans, spam, grits, hot cocoa mix, etc. All that stuff is typically stored away for emergencies (I recommend having these for a potential economic collapse when you need food to survive). I will rotate and use it but not as often as people think. Like I said, most of those foods have a much longer shelf-life than presented on any expiration date so they are good to stock up on (its basic and cheap prepping). Thats when extra vitamins may come handy which I don't mind having an extra supply of either.

Many stocks come from a company called "Pacific Foods", but others vary. All seem to be 32oz containers. If you buy them individually your getting ripped off. Buying wholesale is where you can save a lot of money.

As for changing my diet I'm going to cook my meat less and see how it is more rare. I still love veggies though (my favorites are green beans and asparagus) so I'll have that as a side but I'm interested cooking with some ghee instead of regular butter. Next time I talk to my butcher I'll ask if he can save me some fat so I can melt down to tallow.

Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 04:50:21 Id: 043e0b [Preview] No.11886 del
Store as much animal fat as you can though. Cooking the junk carbs with the animal fat would have the animal fat help protect your guts. Also, consider stocking up in distilled white vinegar and baking soda, they're cheap and available in larger sizes in places like Costco and Sam's Club.

Pacific Foods the last time I checked, uses Tetra Pak packaging. You should see a black and white logo of this in the top sides of the box.

The other image is just fifteen micronutrients that's lacking or simply not present in any plant matter.

Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 12:45:46 Id: 8a1318 [Preview] No.11894 del
What about marinating meat? When you marinate your meat does this deplete it of nutrients and vitamins? Sometimes I like to marinate my meat before cooking it so this is why I ask.

Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 13:08:38 Id: 043e0b [Preview] No.11895 del
Marinating meat is basically precooking your meat with acids to break down the protein and fat with acidic fruit juice and/or vinegar. Whatever spices you add to it you're ideally shouldn't do it liberally but sparingly so experiment on it. If said marinade has plant oils, I personally having a distaste for plant oils and also having issues from its consumption, would at the very least strain out the marinade without squeezing the fluids within the meat itself before cooking the meat. Too much acids can destroy your stomach lining and acids from plants tend to be very acidic, not of neutral pH which meat usually doesn't stray far from and so is easily digestible. All such stuff added to the meat that's not an animal product in the end has some negative side effects which if you're not cautious, can overpower any positives in the meat itself. All such food preparation concerning flavor is for palatability. I just don't marinate my meat. If I'm a paranoid person that want to kill off any potentially live parasites, I'd either freeze the meat or use an electric cattle prod to shock the meat on every inch, but even if you eat tapeworms, roundworms and nematodes from say fish, it can't penetrate your guts (unless if you have leaky gut syndrome which can be due to a cut somewhere in your colon, hence, stool in the blood) so as long as you eat healthy, not even parasitic worms are that big of a deal though of course it's gross. Marinating something for hours would leech out much of the meat fluids into the marinade. If you cook like say 24 hour marinated meat in this example, there's much less nutrients in the meat itself even when cooked very rare/blue. I don't recall exactly at what temperature is something not considered raw anymore but I'm assuming that if it's below 105 F and below, it's still raw so you could warm up raw meat to room or body temperature and eat that instead of directly eating cold meat. I would recommend having your freezer to not be 0C or 32F but just one or two degrees above that though of course not everyone has the means to keep any regular freezer temperature controlled, while this also means that you can't make ice cubes in said freezer.

Google Tracking All Human Movement, Another Reason To Boycott iPhones Reader 08/13/2018 (Mon) 14:38:17 Id: 52a501 [Preview] No. 11851 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Learn Proper OPSEC: >>>/endtimes/65 | https://archive.fo/ixEKz

Google wants to know where you go so badly that it records your movements even when you explicitly tell it not to.

An Associated Press investigation found that many Google services on Android devices and iPhones store your location data even if you've used privacy settings that say they will prevent it from doing so.

Computer-science researchers at Princeton confirmed these findings at the AP's request.

For the most part, Google is upfront about asking permission to use your location information. An app like Google Maps will remind you to allow access to location if you use it for navigating. If you agree to let it record your location over time, Google Maps will display that history for you in a "timeline" that maps out your daily movements.

‘Location history’ off? Google's still tracking you

An AP investigation found that Google saves your location history even if you’ve paused “Location History” on mobile devices. This map shows where Princeton privacy researcher Gunes Acar travelled over several days, from data saved to his Google account despite “Location History” being off.

Storing your minute-by-minute travels carries privacy risks and has been used by police to determine the location of suspects — such as a warrant that police in Raleigh, North Carolina, served on Google last year to find devices near a murder scene. So the company will let you "pause" a setting called Location History.

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Reader 08/13/2018 (Mon) 18:28:13 Id: 245eb8 [Preview] No.11869 del
Using an Android phone with Replicant? Purism's Libre phone?

Reader 08/13/2018 (Mon) 20:16:54 Id: e6e46b [Preview] No.11872 del
I I know they can still track any kinds of phones. Hell even if you have an old rotary phone they can track exactly where your call is coming from. The principle is not to use all the "smart crap" which is basically a complete digitized spy device. I rather have a "dumb phone" than a new "smart phone" anyday. Same goes with any of these new digitized crap utilities today, I'll stick to all the old stuff. If they're gonna spy on me I'm not going to make is very easy for them. They'll have to do some work to find out what I'm up too.

Reader 08/13/2018 (Mon) 23:44:29 Id: ad9c99 [Preview] No.11879 del
Won't matter what kind of phone you have if you are stupid enough to keep it on all the time. You could even have one of those old analog system phones (provided you can find a carrier to use it on) and they'll still track you with the cell towers.

Reader 08/14/2018 (Tue) 00:56:17 Id: a85d37 [Preview] No.11882 del
lol, I almost forgot about those clunky things, imagine someone carrying something like that around today.

Italy Gives ECB An Ultimatum: Guarantee Bond Purchases or Euro Will Be Dismantled Reader 08/13/2018 (Mon) 16:21:57 Id: 9b5b10 [Preview] No. 11856 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
While the world remains focused on ground zero of the latest emerging markets crisis, Turkey, and whether contagion from its plunging currency will further pressure global assets, a new - well old - threat has emerged.

In an unexpectedly sharp attack on the ECB, in two separate posts on Twitter, Claudio Borghi who is the euroskeptic head of the budget committee in Italy’s lower house, stressed that not only is Italy’s spread with German bonds widening, but also the ones of other nations like Spain are doing so. He added that "either the ECB will provide a guarantee or the Euro will be dismantled" as "there is no third option."

Vediamo se oggi cominciano ad accorgersi che salgono anche gli spread di Spagna e c. e che solo un fesso poteva pensare che con BC inattiva potesse salire solo lo spread di un paese?

— Claudio Borghi A. (@borghi_claudio) August 13, 2018

Io sono sereno come l'arcobaleno... ormai credo che il meccanismo sia innescato. O arriverà la garanzia Bce o si smantellerà tutto... Non vedo terze vie.

— Claudio Borghi A. (@borghi_claudio) August 13, 2018

Commenting on the interview, several sellside desks have cautioned that this seems like something the ECB is unlikely to do as it represents a destabilizing stance and is thus bearish for the EUR.

In a subsequent interview, moments after his tweet, Borghi said that "there cannot be a system at the mercy of market movements" without any shields by the central bank - in other words, Borghi appears to be very much against a free and efficient market in which price discovery is allowed especially on such assets as Italian bonds - and noted that "it is significant that an external event like Turkey that has nothing to do with Italy unleashes such an effect."

Borghi warned about the upcoming end of the ECB's QE which as we noted previously has been the sole buyer of Italian debt, and whose absence threatens to send Italian bond yields sharply higher: "Nowadays there is a system that has a residual amount of quantitative easing, but with everybody knowing that this is being phased out and will come to an end soon”

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Good! Peter Strzok Fired From The FBI for Blatant Conflicts of Interest Reader 08/13/2018 (Mon) 16:10:29 Id: 698278 [Preview] No. 11855 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
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Peter Strzok, who spearheaded the FBI's investigations into both the Clinton email "matter" and the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, has been fired from the agency over anti-Trump texts, according to The Washington Post.

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White Nationalists Face Harsh Reality At Unite The Right White House Rally Reader 08/13/2018 (Mon) 00:43:40 [Preview] No. 11841 [Reply] [Last 50 Posts]
Jason Kessler and perhaps 20 people who showed up in MAGA hats had to turn tail and run as thousands of counterprotestors descended on the White House rally.

Seriously - twenty? Why even bother? Hitler did wind up killing himself in a bunker in the end. Maybe it's time for this Kessler embarassement to follow suit, because he sure ain't helping.


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Nice try (((OP))). We all know those were not WN, but another (((controlled op))).

Reader 08/13/2018 (Mon) 03:48:25 Id: 7a75f5 [Preview] No.11846 del
just to supplement; (((kessler))) was on (((NPR))) a few days before this event. We all know that no real WN would get air time on (((NPR)))... but you know this already otherwise you would not be here.

Reader 08/13/2018 (Mon) 04:26:03 Id: e6b44f [Preview] No.11847 del
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Nice agenda thread, OP. Too bad it was turned around on you. Controlled opposition via tricks of the tribe don't get to hide here.

Reader 08/13/2018 (Mon) 13:43:36 Id: 1de6f9 [Preview] No.11849 del
Already covered: >>>/news/11808

We don't attend these stupid PSYOP-staged rallies so please go back to TV land and stay there.

How did I know this stupid fuck was going to post his bullshit controlled opposition propaganda on here?

Reader 08/13/2018 (Mon) 14:21:27 Id: 1de6f9 [Preview] No.11850 del
Well we can see where some of the violence is coming from, yet again. I'm sure the media won't report it fairly so I'll post the links here:


Not to say this wasn't a massive staged PSYOP, of-course it was. Stay away from the alt-kike and antiFirstAmendment types. Where they go chaos, arrests, violence and the police state follows. All no good dirt bags!

Time for the (((Jerry Springer))) Show! Jerry! Jerry! Jerry! Jerry!