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PostSubject: SPRING'S 1-9-2017 Space X fail..   Tue Jan 09, 2018 10:35 am


  1. Russia Defends Syrian Military Bases From Massive Drone Attack

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  3. Highly Classified Spy Satellite Is A "Total Loss" After SpaceX Mission Fails

  4. NESTLE CEO: ‘HUMANS HAVE NO RIGHT TO ACCESS FREE WATER!’

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PostSubject: Russia Defends Syrian Military Bases From Massive Drone Attack   Tue Jan 09, 2018 10:36 am

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Russia Defends Syrian Military Bases From Massive Drone Attack
by Tyler Durden
Tue, 01/09/2018 - 08:29

Russian security forces of the Khmeimim air base and Russian Naval CSS point in the city of Tartus ,thwarted  a terrorist attack “with massive application of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) through the night of 5th – 6th January 2018,” according to the Russian Ministry of Defence. The attack came just two days after an Islamic faction operating in the area launched a barrage of mortar rounds at the airbase severely damaging two planes.

The Khmeimim airbase in Syria

As darkness fell, Russia air defense systems detected “13 unidentified small-size air targets at a significant distance” swarming towards the bases. Ten assault drones were fast approaching the Khmeimim air base, and another three were advancing towards the naval base. All attack drones had payloads of what appears to be mortar rounds.

Photos believed to show damage to aircraft following a previous attack on New Year's Eve

As the drones approached both bases, Russia unleashed the Pantsir-S anti-aircraft missile and Electronic Warfare Units. Seven UAVs were destroyed by the Pantsir-S anti-aircraft missile system, and another six UAVs were hacked with radio equipment. Three of the UAVs landed in a safe area just outside the base, but the others exploded on various landing attempts. The Defense Ministry notes that the defense systems eliminated all threats with no casualties or damages.

It was the “first time that terrorists massively used unmanned combat aerial vehicles of an aircraft type that were launched from a distance of more than 50 kilometers, and operated using GPS satellite navigation coordinates,” the ministry said in a statement.
The Defense Ministry said experts are analyzing the aircraft’s flight components and bomb ordnances for clues. Flight data from the GPS indicates the UAVs could have been launched at a range of 100 kilometers (62 miles). If so, this would be the first long-range drone attack by militants in the Syrian War.
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Currently, the Russian military experts are analyzing the construction, technical filling and improvised explosives of the captured UAVs. Having decoded the data recorded on the UAVs, the specialists found out the launch site. It was the first time when terrorists applied a massed drone aircraft attack launched at a range of more than 50 km using modern GPS guidance system. Technical examination of the drones showed that such attacks could have been made by terrorists at a distance of about 100 kilometers.
Further, the Defense Ministry says the extremists may have been aided by a “technologically advanced state,” as Russian specialist are now attempting to determine where the flight systems of the drones originated from.
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Terrorists’ aircraft-type drones carried explosive devices with foreign detonating fuses. The Russian specialists are determining supply channels, through which terrorists had received the technologies and devices, as well as examining type and origin of explosive compounds used in the IEDs. The fact of usage of strike aircraft-type drones by terrorists is the evidence that militants have received technologies to carry out terrorist attacks using such UAVs in any country.
After Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial withdraw of troops from Syria back in December, militants have been eager to gain an edge with swarming high-tech drones that have remarkable long-range capabilities. The one question that Russia, and others, are asking in this incident: who is supplying the militants with these high-tech, long-range drones?

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PostSubject: Highly Classified Spy Satellite Is A "Total Loss" After SpaceX Mission Fails   Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:02 am

Highly Classified Spy Satellite Is A "Total Loss" After SpaceX Mission Fails

by Tyler Durden

Tue, 01/09/2018


On Sunday night at 8:00 p.m. EST, Elon Musk’s SpaceX launched the secretive Zuma satellite  into space aboard its Falcon Heavy rocket from Cape Canaveral. However, less than a day later, the WSJ reports that the secretive spacecraft built by Northrop Grumman for the U.S. government military industrial complex, and worth billions "is presumed to be a total loss after it failed to reach orbit."

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Peter B. de Selding, a reporter for Space Intel Report, first broke the story just after at 4:00 p.m. EST on Monday. In a tweet, his sources suggested that the “Zuma satellite from @northropgrumman may be dead in orbit after separation from @SpaceX Falcon 9.”

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According to the WSJ, "lawmakers and congressional staffers from the Senate and the House have been briefed about the botched mission." Meanwhile, the secret payload—code-named Zuma and launched from Florida on board a Falcon 9 rocket—is believed to have plummeted back into the atmosphere because it didn’t separate as planned from the upper part of the rocket.
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Once the engine powering the rocket’s expendable second stage stops firing, whatever it is carrying is supposed to separate and proceed on its own trajectory. If a satellite isn’t set free at the right time or is damaged upon release, it can be dragged back toward earth.
It isn’t clear what job the satellite was intended to perform, or even which U.S. agency contracted for the satellite. As usual for classified launches, the information released by SpaceX before liftoff was bereft of details about the payload. A video broadcast Sunday night narrated by a SpaceX official didn’t provide any hint of problems, though the feed ended before the planned deployment of the satellite.
The WSJ admits that the lack of details about what occurred means that some possible alternate sequence of events other than a failed separation may have been the culprit. And since this is another Musk project/failure, which means the eccentric billionaire will certainly not be tweeting up a storm explaining what went wrong, we may not know the exact reason for the failure for some time.
As of Monday night, nearly 24 hours after the launch, uncertainty surrounded both the mission and the fate of the satellite, the WSJ reports. Notably, the Pentagon’s Strategic Command, which keeps track of all commercial, scientific and national-security satellites along with space debris, hadn’t updated its catalog of objects to reflect a new satellite circling the planet.
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Neither Northrop Grumman Corp., which built the satellite, nor SpaceX, as Elon Musk’s space-transportation company is called, has shed light on what happened.
A Northrop Grumman spokesman said, “We cannot comment on classified missions.”
A SpaceX spokesman said: “We do not comment on missions of this nature, but as of right now reviews of the data indicate Falcon 9 performed nominally.” That terminology typically indicates that the rocket’s engines and navigation systems operated without glitches. The spokesman declined to elaborate.
What we do know, is that the secretive spy satellite was worth "billions", which makes this the second billion-dollar satellite Musk has managed to lose up in two years; Facebook’s internet satellite was strapped on top of a Falcon 9 rocket, which it spontaneously blew up on the launch pad in September 2016.
The failure could be a major setback for SpaceX, since government contracts can tend to be extremely lucrative and taxpayers will now demand alternatives to the Musk venture. Further, the company faces fierce competition for ULA, operated by Boeing and Lockheed Martin, who will kick off its 2018 launch schedule with a Wednesday flight.
The failure also comes at a very sensitive time for SpaceX:  Musk’s closely held company has projected ramping up its overall launch rate to more than 25 missions in 2018, from 18 in 2017, and is scheduled to start ferrying U.S. astronauts to the international space station before the end of the year.
Good luck to them all, because while Musk is certainly best known for his success, we can now add one more failure to the list.
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PostSubject: NESTLE CEO: ‘HUMANS HAVE NO RIGHT TO ACCESS FREE WATER!’    Tue Jan 09, 2018 2:34 pm

http://www.unseen-pedia.com/nestle-ceo-humans-no-right-access-free-water/
NESTLE CEO: ‘HUMANS HAVE NO RIGHT TO ACCESS FREE WATER!’
January 1, 2018 

Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, former Chairman, and CEO of Nestlé has demanded privatization of water, thereby disregarding our human rights.
The chairman of one of the largest producer of food products in the world believes the answer to global water issues lies in privatization.
As the CEO of this mega-corporation, Brabeck-Letmathe is convinced that people should be denied the rights to access water and pay for it instead.
According to his statement, “water is not a public right” and Nestlé should control the world’s supply of water so they can sell it back to people for a profit.
As Global Research reports, this statement should come as no surprise as this is the company that has peddled junk food in the Amazon, has paid money to prevent the labeling of GM)-filled products, has been known for its upsetting health and ethics record for its infant formula, and has recruited a cyber army to oversee criticism and negative feedback on the Internet as well as to control discussions in social media.
So, we are supposed to entrust this company to manage our water, despite the fact, there’s evidence of large bottling companies like Nestlé creating shortages:
“Large multinational beverage companies are usually given water-well privileges (and even tax breaks) over citizens because they create jobs, which is apparently more important to the local governments than water rights to other taxpaying citizens. These companies such as Coca-Cola and Nestlé (which bottles suburban Michigan well-water and calls it Poland Spring) suck up millions of gallons of water, leaving the public to suffer with any shortages.”
Nevertheless, Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe feels that access to water is neither a public nor a human right. But, if privatization is really the answer, is this really a company we could put our trust in?
Not according to Bhati Dilwan, a former village councilor in a small Pakistani community. He says children are becoming ill due to the filthy water. And who’s to blame for this? Why, none other than bottled water-maker Nestlé, which dug a deep well, thus depriving locals of safe drinking water. In addition to the very dirty water, the water level sank from 100 to 300 to 400 feet. If the community had safe and fresh water, it would destroy Nestlé’s lucrative market in bottled water under the brand Pure Life.
Here’s a subtitled video from several years ago, where Brabeck states his opinions on water and gives some interesting comments regarding NESTLE CEO: ‘HUMANS HAVE NO RIGHT TO ACCESS FREE WATER!’
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Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, former Chairman, and CEO of Nestlé has demanded privatization of water, thereby disregarding our human rights.


The chairman of one of the largest producer of food products in the world believes the answer to global water issues lies in privatization.


As the CEO of this mega-corporation, Brabeck-Letmathe is convinced that people should be denied the rights to access water and pay for it instead.


According to his statement, “water is not a public right” and Nestlé should control the world’s supply of water so they can sell it back to people for a profit.


As Global Research reports, this statement should come as no surprise as this is the company that has peddled junk food in the Amazon, has paid money to prevent the labeling of GM)-filled products, has been known for its upsetting health and ethics record for its infant formula, and has recruited a cyber army to oversee criticism and negative feedback on the Internet as well as to control discussions in social media.


So, we are supposed to entrust this company to manage our water, despite the fact, there’s evidence of large bottling companies like Nestlé creating shortages:


“Large multinational beverage companies are usually given water-well privileges (and even tax breaks) over citizens because they create jobs, which is apparently more important to the local governments than water rights to other taxpaying citizens. These companies such as Coca-Cola and Nestlé (which bottles suburban Michigan well-water and calls it Poland Spring) suck up millions of gallons of water, leaving the public to suffer with any shortages.”


Nevertheless, Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe feels that access to water is neither a public nor a human right. But, if privatization is really the answer, is this really a company we could put our trust in?


Not according to Bhati Dilwan, a former village councilor in a small Pakistani community. He says children are becoming ill due to the filthy water. And who’s to blame for this? Why, none other than bottled water-maker Nestlé, which dug a deep well, thus depriving locals of safe drinking water. In addition to the very dirty water, the water level sank from 100 to 300 to 400 feet. If the community had safe and fresh water, it would destroy Nestlé’s lucrative market in bottled water under the brand Pure Life.


Here’s a subtitled video from several years ago, where Brabeck states his opinions on water and gives some interesting comments regarding his stand on Nature. He says it’s “pitiless” and naturally gives an obligatory statement that organic food is bad and GM is good. He goes so far as to say that anybody who disagrees with him is actually an extremist. As the world around us turns more and more into a mechanized environment, it’s important to review his statements to stave off the pitiless Nature.


He concludes this segment with a clip of one of his factory operations, emphasizing the savior-like role of the Nestlé Group in guarding the health of the global population. Apparently, we should be graciously thankful for this. What do you think?






 


Source readllyhis stand on Nature. He says it’s “pitiless” and naturally gives an obligatory statement that organic food is bad and GM is good. He goes so far as to say that anybody who disagrees with him is actually an extremist. As the world around us turns more and more into a mechanized environment, it’s important to review his statements to stave off the pitiless Nature.
He concludes this segment with a clip of one of his factory operations, emphasizing the savior-like role of the Nestlé Group in guarding the health of the global population. Apparently, we should be graciously thankful for this. What do you think?
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PostSubject: SEVERE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC JAMS EMERGENCY ROOMS IN CALIFORNIA AND ACROSS THE COUNTRY AS DEATH TOLL RISES   Tue Jan 09, 2018 2:43 pm

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http://www.nowtheendbegins.com/influenza-severe-flu-epidemic-jams-emergency-rooms-californian-across-country-death-toll-rises/

SEVERE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC JAMS EMERGENCY ROOMS IN CALIFORNIA AND ACROSS THE COUNTRY AS DEATH TOLL RISES
Health officials said Friday that 27 people younger than 65 have died from influenza in California since October, compared with three at the same time last year. Nationwide and in California, flu activity spiked sharply in late December and continues to grow.

by Geoffrey GriderJanuary 7, 2018


SO MANY PEOPLE HAVE FALLEN SICK WITH INFLUENZA IN CALIFORNIA THAT PHARMACIES HAVE RUN OUT OF FLU MEDICINES, EMERGENCY ROOMS ARE PACKED, AND THE DEATH TOLL IS RISING HIGHER THAN IN PREVIOUS YEARS.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Influenza is especially deadly this year as cases of the flu and related deaths have skyrocketed this winter. But please think long and hard before you going running off to your local grocery store pharmacy to get a flu shot. Many people who have become permanently disabled from the witch’s brew of chemicals in the government-issued flu shot will not be getting a second chance at health. 
Health officials said Friday that 27 people younger than 65 have died of the flu in California since October, compared with three at the same time last year. Nationwide and in California, flu activity spiked sharply in late December and continues to grow.
The emergency room at UCLA Medical Center in Santa Monica typically treats about 140 patients a day, but at least one day this week had more than 200 patients — mostly because of the flu, said the ER’s medical director, Dr. Wally Ghurabi.
“The Northridge earthquake was the last time we saw over 200 patients,” Ghurabi said.
Experts say it’s possible that this year’s flu season is outpacing the last simply because it’s peaking earlier.
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DEATHS LINKED WITH THE FLU SHOT ARE FAR MORE COMMON THAN MOST PEOPLE REALIZE. RECENT FLU SHOT VICTIMS ADDED TO THE GROWING DEATH LIST INCLUDE 5-YEAR-OLD KIERA DRISCOLL OF NEVADA, 26-YEAR-OLD KATHERINE MCQUESTION OF WISCONSIN, 37-YEAR-OLD KRISTIE GREEN OF KANSAS, 14-YEAR-OLD AMBER GREY, 3-YEAR-OLD AYZLEE MCCARTHY OF IOWA, 37-YEAR-OLD CHAD RATTRAY OF WASHINGTON. IN THE U.S., MORE PEOPLE HAVE DIED FROM THE FLU AFTER THE FLU SHOT THAN FROM EBOLA. IS THIS A “GOOD” VACCINE?
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The flu season is typically worst around February, but can reach its height anytime from October to April. Though influenza had only only killed three Californians at this time last year, it had taken 68 lives by the end of February, according to state data.

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Many California doctors, however, contend that the recent surge has been unusually severe.
“Rates of influenza are even exceeding last year, and last year was one of the worst flu seasons in the last decade,” said Dr. Randy Bergen, clinical lead of the flu vaccine program for Kaiser Permanente in Northern California.

FLU OUTBREAK ALREADY REPORTED IN 36 STATES, CDC SAYS

Flu symptoms include fever, body aches, chills, fatigue, cough and a sore throat. The illness typically passes within a few days but can be especially dangerous to the very young, the very old, pregnant women and those with respiratory problems.
Influenza can develop into pneumonia, an infection that causes the lungs’ air sacs to become inflamed and fill with fluid.

DEATHS ALREADY HAVE OCCURRED IN SOME STATES THIS FLU SEASON. AMONG THEM:

• In Arizona, the state is reporting one death of a child in its latest tally; however, an otherwise healthy 20-year-old mother of two in Phoenix died Nov. 28, one day after being diagnosed, CBS News reported.
• In California, at least 10 people younger than 65 have died, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. An 11th death occurred Thursday. The state does not track flu-related deaths among those 65 and older.
• In Delaware, a 47-year-old man with underlying health problems and an 83-year-old woman have died, state health officials said.
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PostSubject: Fusion GPS Lawyer : "Somebody's Already Been Killed" Because Of Trump Dossier   Tue Jan 09, 2018 5:11 pm

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PostSubject: Feinstein Unilaterally Posts Full Testimony Of Fusion GPS Founder, Grassley Furious   Tue Jan 09, 2018 5:15 pm

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Feinstein Unilaterally Posts Full Testimony Of Fusion GPS Founder, Grassley Furious


Just four days after two GOP Senators asked the DOJ to launch a criminal probe  of Christopher Steele, the ex-MI6 British spy who was the author of the Trump dossier, and which according to many served as the basis for the Russian collusion probe, on Tuesday afternoon Senator Dianne Feinstein circumvented her Republican colleagues on the Senate Judiciary Committee Tuesday and unilaterally released the full 312-page transcript  of the committee's closed-door interview with Glenn Simpson, a former journalist and co-founder of Fusion GPS, which commissioned the controversial Donald Trump's dossier about alleged connections with Russians.

Glenn Simpson on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 14, 2017

The unexpected release, which came after a tense back-and-forth between Republicans and Democrats over what to do with the transcript of Simpson’s interview, follows Fusion GPS' demand last week that the full transcript be released, sparking a fight with Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) over who was standing in the way of the document being released. The Senate Judiciary Committee interviewed Simpson on August 22, 2017 as part of its investigation into Russia's election interference.
That confrontation heated up last week after Simpson and his Fusion GPS co-founder Peter Fritsch penned an op-ed in The New York Times calling on the three congressional committees who have interviewed Fusion GPS employees to release transcripts of the interviews. Grassley, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, balked at the idea, saying that the transcript needed to remain confidential while the panel is interviewing other witnesses.
Curiously, Virginia Sen. Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, which has also interviewed members of Fusion GPS, also appeared to back Grassley’s rationale last week. He said that he would like Fusion partners to appear for public testimony.
In a statement, Feinstein said that she released Simpson’s testimony after conferring with her fellow committee Democrats.
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“The American people deserve the opportunity to see what he said and judge for themselves. The innuendo and misinformation circulating about the transcript are part of a deeply troubling effort to undermine the investigation into potential collusion and obstruction of justice. The only way to set the record straight is to make the transcript public.”
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Needless to say, Grassley was furious after Feinstein's publication, stating that it is "totally confounding that Senator Feinstein would unilaterally release a transcript of a witness interview in the middle of an ongoing investigation" and that "Her action undermines the integrity of the committee’s oversight work and jeopardizes its ability to secure candid voluntary testimony relating to the independent recollections of future witnesses."

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