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Controversial GCHQ Unit Engaged in Domestic Law Enforcement, Online Propaganda, Psychology Research

Controversial GCHQ Unit Engaged in Domestic Law Enforcement, Online Propaganda, Psychology Research

Remember the Army team of ”facebook warriors”?

There’s also Joint Threat Research Intelligence Group (JTRIG), a unit of the signals intelligence agency Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ),

JTRIG also appears to be intimately involved in traditional law enforcement areas and U.K.-specific activity, as previously unpublished documents demonstrate.

JTRIG’s domestic operations fit into a larger pattern of U.K.-focused and traditional law enforcement activities within GCHQ.

The 2011 report on the organization’s operations, published today, summarizes their tactics:

Here’s one example

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Labour peer Lord Janner ‘violated, raped and tortured’ children in PARLIAMENT, claims Simon Danczuk in bombshell debate

Labour peer Lord Janner ‘violated, raped and tortured’ children in PARLIAMENT, claims Simon Danczuk in bombshell debate

Simon Danczuk said police had told him they wanted to bring 22 historical charges against the former MP dating back to the period between 1969 and 1988.

He said officers were furious after being blocked from prosecuting the 86-year-old peer by a controversial ruling that he was too ill to stand trial.

Speaking in a debate about the Crown Prosecution Service this afternoon, Mr Danczuk said: ‘I have met with Leicestershire Police and discussed the allegations in detail. Children being violated, raped and tortured – some in the very building in which we now sit.’

The director of public prosecutions, Alison Saunders, announced in April that Lord Janner’s dementia made him unfit to be prosecuted, although that decision is under review.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3136208/Labour-peer-Lord-Janner-violated-raped-tortured-children-PARLIAMENT-claims-Simon-Danczuk-bombshell-debate.html

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Britain has twice as many taxpayer-funded electric car charging points as it actually has electric cars

Britain has twice as many taxpayer-funded electric car charging points as it actually has electric cars

Ministers confirmed that public money had been used to construct a network of of 57,567 publicly-funded charging points as of the end of the last financial year.

The figure is roughly double the number electric cars actually registered for use on the road in Britain – around 24,500 as of December 2014, according to the Office for Low Emission Vehicles.

Despite the rarity of electric cars, there are now more than six times as many charging points in Britain as there are petrol stations.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/britain-has-twice-as-many-taxpayerfunded-electric-car-charging-points-as-it-actually-has-electric-cars-10336652.html

 

Medical Marijuana: Review Shows Pot Helps These Conditions

Medical Marijuana: Review Shows Pot Helps These Conditions

Medical marijuana may provide some benefit for patients with chronic nerve pain or cancer pain, as well as people who have multiple sclerosis and experience muscle spasms, according to a new review study.

However, there is not much evidence supporting the use of medical marijuana for other reasons, such as sleep disorders, Tourette syndrome and anxiety disorders. And marijuana doesn’t appear to help people with depression or psychosis, or those with eye pressure from glaucoma, the study found.

Still, many of the studies done to date that found that marijuana had little or no effect were small, or lacked a rigorous design, the researchers said. Larger, more robust studies are needed to confirm the medical effects of cannabinoids, the compounds that are the active ingredients in marijuana, the researchers said in their findings, published today (June 23) in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

“There is evidence to support the use of cannabinoids for the treatment of chronic pain and spasticity,” said study co-author Penny Whiting, a senior research fellow in epidemiology and health services research at the University of Bristol in the United Kingdom  “However, this needs to be balanced against an increased risk of side effects,” which can include dizziness, dry mouth, nausea and sleepiness, Whiting said.

Read more https://uk.news.yahoo.com/medical-marijuana-review-shows-pot-helps-conditions-182812789.html#sL0XJUU

Miliband was told about Janner 6 months before he got suspended from Labour Party

Miliband was told about Janner 6 months before he got suspended from Labour Party

Ed Miliband was warned about “stomach-churning” allegations against Labour peer Lord Janner six months before the peer was suspended, it was claimed.

Campaigning MP Simon Danczuk wrote to the then party leader tipping him off about accusations swirling round the life peer.

But Labour did not take action until the Crown Prosecution Service went public with allegations against Lord Janner.

He was suspended on April 16 after Director of Public Prosecutions announced there was sufficient evidence to charge him with multiple counts of child abuse but that a prosecution could not go ahead due to the “severity” of his dementia.

But on October 6 last year, Rochdale MP Mr Danczuk wrote to Mr Miliband saying he had been “visited by three senior officers from Leicestershire Police” and that the alleged abuse disclosed to him relating to Lord Janner case was “stomach-churning”

Read more http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/labour-accused-being-slow-act-5931349

Blair ally admits: Invasion of Iraq was a mistake

Blair ally admits: Invasion of Iraq was a mistake

Lord Falconer, an ex-flatmate and confidante of the former Labour Prime Minister, said many senior members now regret the decision to send in troops more than a decade ago due to the damage it caused the party.

In an interview with BBC Scotland on Labour’s decline in the country, the former Lord Chancellor said while he had supported the decision at the time, in hindsight he knew it was wrong.

We didn’t find weapons of mass destruction there and that was the basis by which we went in.

So on that basis, we weren’t right to go in.

I think the Iraq war damaged Labour everywhere, and I think that the Iraq war is perceived to be a mistake by Labour, by Tony Blair.

– Lord Falconer
If doctors offered truthful vaccine consent forms, no sane mom would get her child vaccinated

If doctors offered truthful vaccine consent forms, no sane mom would get her child vaccinated

Ever wonder if most parents, if offered truthful evidence regarding the potential dangers of vaccines, would permit their children to be vaccinated? The fact is, if moms and dads were to ever be presented with a truthful consent form, most would never take the chance and subject their kids to vaccine dangers.

Imagine being given information regarding vaccination that pointed out that with “timely treatment” there is no need to fear the “infectious diseases” that vaccines are supposed to stave off.

Or that a child may get the very diseases the vaccines were supposed to prevent anyway.

Or – and this is a big one – vaccines actually contain known toxins.

Would a sane parent still make the choice to endanger their child?

As noted by the website VacTruth.com, a truthful consent form might look something like this:

Read more http://www.naturalnews.com/050169_vaccine_injury_informed_consent_form_childhood_vaccination.html

Prescriptions Drugs Now the Leading Cause Of Death By Overdose

Prescriptions Drugs Now the Leading Cause Of Death By Overdose

The shocking truth conveyed by this article’s headline is that “nearly 52 percent of the deaths were related to prescription drugs.” The unfortunate circumstance around so many prescription drug overdoses is that most victims never even knew they OD’d.

There is now a pervasive pharmaceutical drug culture across America. If you were to look inside the medicine cabinet of many homes you would find a panoply of prescription bottles of every size. Some full, some half full; others empty and awaiting a refill. This predicament is becoming all too common for those who place so much faith on their daily drug ritual.

Regrettably for many of these folks, they rarely ever stop to take notice of the many side effects that each drug is capable of causing. The list of adverse side effects, which is provided by law, can often be worse than the original ailment. This is what many med addicts fail to understand.

Across the country, 44,000 people died from drug overdoses in 2013, more than double the number in 1999, the study by the non-profit group, Trust for America’s Health found. Nearly 52 percent of the deaths were related to prescription drugs. The number of overdose deaths increased in 26 states in the four years to 2013, the study found, and decreased in only six states. [1]

50 everyday chemicals that can mix to raise cancer risk: Substances found in fried potatoes, handwash and suncream could lead to cancer if combined

50 everyday chemicals that can mix to raise cancer risk: Substances found in fried potatoes, handwash and suncream could lead to cancer if combined

Fifty everyday chemicals, including one found in fried potatoes, could be combining to increase our risk of cancer, researchers say.

Previous studies may have under-estimated the danger because they did not take into account the risk the chemicals pose together.

A taskforce of 174 scientists across 28 countries reviewed studies looking at the link between mixtures of ‘common and unavoidable’ chemicals and the development of disease.

Fifty of the chemicals were rated as having small effects on the body at low doses and considered to pose little risk.

But the researchers suggest they could combine with other chemicals to trigger changes that could lead to cancer.

Among chemicals flagged up were triclosan, found in anti-bacterial handwash; phthalates, found in plastics; titanium dioxide, used in suncream; and acrylamide, which is found in fried potatoes.

The report says: ‘Current approaches to the study of chemical exposures and carcinogenesis [formation of cancer] have not been designed to address effects at low concentrations or in complex mixtures.’