Knock Knock…Seasons of Change…of Decisions…



Posted by Valiant
Date October 2, 2014
Via email from Lida
RMN Agent

Something is definitely different…
In the Air, the feeling of something…even in the ground,
Coming from Everywhere.
It feels harder to connect…as though the rug is being
Pulled from under my feet. Disorientation, Dizziness…
The feeling as if time has no meaning…
Sad too, since this has traditionally been my favorite
Time of year.
The strangest thing by far is my schedule has been
Turned upside down…my sleeping pattern totally
Disturbed…the general things of each day are losing
Control and synchronicity…
Time is changing. It’s the only possible conclusion.

It truly is a time of tests…
To see what we are made of…
Do we proceed and forge ahead, or give up and give in?
All my life I felt weak, shy…hiding in the corner.
But in recent years I’ve changed…
For the better I believe.
The Angel and his gift, a gift from God, the Lines and Light…
Were a big help…But I believe it only helped bring
Out what was only hiding inside me…
That’s what I believe it can do for you…which we
All need right now. To bring out the best in us…
Despite the conflict and chaos going on.
Don’t give in…Don’t agonize or complain…
Or give in to pessimism…Raise your spirit
Raise your vibration.
If any of my artwork helps you do this, use it.
I have tons more. I just wish I could share it all.
Maybe someday I will be able to.

As each season changes, the intensity will increase
In all situations…
Attitudes left unbroken might be destroyed…
Minds left closed might suffer in sickness and pain.
Eyes must be opened,
This is like a truth serum…
No more blindfolds now, things will become obvious.

This winter won’t bring the end but it will be worse
Than last year and each forth coming winter will
Grow in intensity until it consumes.
The seasons and weather will accommodate this.
Think Ice Age…They are just giving us time to adjust.

The inappropriate culling by disease and plague
Will not go unnoticed by the Higher Powers…
There is now a price to pay for all those involved
In manipulating and controlling our lives
What it is, I don’t know.
But I know it’s not nice at all.
And it’s far beyond diapers, pacifiers…
Or Reindeer Games.
Christmas is coming…
Guess who knows who’s been naughty or nice?
Watch the skies.

But other Holidays come first of course…
I can say this. If there is more to this
Than coincidence…
I intended on writing a trilogy with my book…
The first was published…
The sequel written, but not published,
I do however have the finished version on disk.
Boy is it an eye popper!
Why do I mention this?

The Timeline I wrote years ago oddly
Resembles now…and events culminated
On Halloween…hmm…
What is it about that Holiday?
The Magic? The Mysticism? The Aspect of Darkness?
Whatever you wish, watch for events to build
Around Halloween.

A Season of Signs…Unicorns…Dreams…
Lights in the sky…
The UFO plight hasn’t disappeared, they’ve just
Made up their minds…they won’t get involved until
Things really fall apart. They’re just too afraid of
How undeveloped so many people are…
Just as you and I are unnerved by how frightening
People are behaving…so are they.

Unfortunately it’s become a Time of Decisions.
To save yourself…remove yourself from dangerous
Places and situations and keep your mind and spirit clean.
Those above, as well as those in their space ships will find you.
But the best thing is not to get involved
When all Hell breaks loose…

Dear Mr. Spacemen…You’ve made up your minds
I understand…
But still the point remains…
If the positions were reversed, how would you want
To be treated? With help? Indifference?
Taking people to another planet…
Or stealing resources and slaves, as some of you are planning…
Won’t solve anything…
If you open your mind and eyes…
You might just see…
You may be passing up a valuable opportunity…

That’s all for now.


Night sky guide for October 2014

A total lunar eclipse will be visible on October 8 throughout most of North America, South America, Asia, and Australia. The Moon will gradually get darker and then take on a rusty or blood red color. It is the latter of two total lunar eclipses in 2014, and the second in a tetrad (four total lunar eclipses in series).

Astronomy and stargazing clubs and other similar organizations around the world will plan special events on October 4 during the second part of annual Astronomy Day event. This will be a good day to contact your local astronomy or planetarium and see what they have to offer.

2014 is an excellent year for the Orionid Meteor Shower because there will be no moon to interfere with the show. Orionids peak on the night of October 21 and the morning of October 22.

The Moon will partially cover the Sun on October 23 providing a partial solar eclipse view to observers in North and Central America.

October 2 – M31 – Andromeda Galaxy – is well placed for observation. The Andromeda Galaxy is an island of billions of stars. On a clear, dark night it appears as a faint smudge of light. Approximately 2.5 million light-years away, M31 is the closest spiral galaxy to our own Milky Way Galaxy and the most distant object you can see with your eyes alone. Binoculars and small telescopes reveal M31’s glowing nucleus and spiral arms.

October 4 – Astronomy Day – Part 2. Astronomy Day is an annual event intended to provide a means of interaction between the general public and various astronomy enthusiasts, groups and professionals. The theme of Astronomy Day is “Bringing Astronomy to the People,” and on this day astronomy and stargazing clubs and other organizations around the world will plan special events. You can find out about special local events by contacting your local astronomy club or planetarium.

October 7 – Uranus at Opposition. Uranus will be at its closest approach to Earth and its face will be fully illuminated by the Sun. It will be visible for much of the night, reaching its highest point in the sky at around midnight local time. This is the best time to view Uranus. Due to its distance, it will only appear as a tiny blue-green dot in all but the most powerful telescopes.

October 8 – Full Moon – 10:51 UTC. The Moon will be directly opposite the Earth from the Sun and will be fully illuminated as seen from Earth. This full moon was known by early Native American tribes as the Full Hunters Moon because at this time of year the leaves are falling and the game is fat and ready to hunt. This moon has also been known as the Travel Moon and the Blood Moon.

October 8 – Total Lunar Eclipse – 10:54 UTC. The Moon will pass completely through the Earth’s dark shadow, or umbra. During this type of eclipse, the Moon will gradually get darker and then take on a rusty or blood red color. The eclipse will be visible throughout most of North America, South America, eastern Asia, and Australia. This is the latter of two total lunar eclipses in 2014, and the second in a tetrad (four total lunar eclipses in series). Other eclipses in the tetrad are those of April 15, 2014, April 4, 2015, and September 28, 2015.

October 8, 9 – Draconid Meteor Shower. A minor meteor shower producing only about 10 meteors per hour. It is produced by dust grains left behind by comet 21P Giacobini-Zinner, first discovered in 1900. The shower runs annually from October 6 – 10 and peaks this year on the the night of the 8th and morning of the 9th. Unfortunately the glare from the full moon this year will block out all but the brightest meteors. If you are extremely patient, you may be able to catch a few good ones. Best viewing will be just after midnight from a dark location far away from city lights. Meteors will radiate from the constellation Draco, but can appear anywhere in the sky.

October 22, 23 – Orionid Meteor Shower. An average shower with up to 20 meteors per hour at its peak produced by dust grains left behind by comet Halley. The shower runs annually from October 2 to November 7. It peaks this year on the night of October 21 and the morning of October 22. This will be an excellent year for the Orionids because there will be no moon to interfere with the show. Best viewing will be from a dark location after midnight. Meteors will radiate from the constellation Orion, but can appear anywhere in the sky.

October 23 – New Moon – 21:57 UTC. The Moon will be directly between the Earth and the Sun and will not be visible from Earth. This is the best time of the month to observe faint objects such as galaxies and star clusters because there is no moonlight to interfere.

October 23 – Partial Solar Eclipse – 21:44 UTC. A partial solar eclipse occurs when the Moon covers only a part of the Sun, sometimes resembling a bite taken out of a cookie. A partial solar eclipse can only be safely observed with a special solar filter or by looking at the Sun’s reflection. The partial eclipse will be visible throughout most of North and Central America.

Video courtesy of the Hubble Space Telescope

The Watchers

Headlines October 02, 2014

**Islamic State Seizes Iraqi Town in Anbar Province
Islamic State militants have reportedly made advances in both Iraq and Syria despite an escalating U.S.-led bombing. In Iraq, militants are said to have seized control of the town of Heet in Anbar province. In Syria, militants have advanced on Kurdish towns near the Turkish border, forcing tens of thousands of Syrian Kurds to flee in recent days.

**U.N.: Islamic State Committing Mass Killings; Iraqi Airstrikes Cause “Significant Deaths”
The United Nations says more than 1,100 Iraqis were killed in violence last month. The actual toll is far higher because it does not include deaths in areas controlled by the Islamic State. The United Nations says insurgents from the Islamic State have carried out mass executions, abducted women and girls as sex slaves, and used children as fighters. The United Nations also says airstrikes by the Iraqi government have caused “significant civilian deaths and injuries.”

**Dozens of Syrian Children Killed in Homs School Bombing
In the Syrian city of Homs, at least 45 people, including 41 children, have died in twin blasts outside an elementary school. The blasts were apparently timed to coincide with the students leaving class for the day. The attack hit a neighborhood mostly inhabited by members of the Alawite sect that President Bashar al-Assad belongs to.

**Hong Kong Protesters Issue Midnight Deadline
In Hong Kong, protest leaders have issued a midnight deadline for the city’s top official to resign or face the occupation of government buildings. Thousands of people remain in the streets in the fifth day of protests against China’s plan to select candidates in Hong Kong’s 2017 elections. The demonstrations mark the biggest challenge to China’s control of Hong Kong since it retook authority from Britain in 1997.

**Secret Service Directly Resigns over Security Lapses
The head of the Secret Service has resigned after major lapses in the protection of President Obama and his family. Julia Pierson’s departure comes after an armed intruder made it inside the White House after scaling a fence, running across the lawn, and entering through an unlocked door. The Secret Service later admitted an armed security guard with a criminal record was allowed to ride in an elevator with President Obama in Atlanta earlier this month. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest announced Pierson’s resignation.

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest: “Director Pierson offered her resignation today because she believed that it was in the best interest of the agency to which she has dedicated her career. The secretary agreed with that assessment. The president did, as well. Over the last several days, we have seen recent and accumulating reports raising questions about the performance of the agency, and the president concluded that new leadership of that agency was required.”

The White House says it was only informed of the elevator incident shortly before it was revealed in a news report this week. Pierson had initially been appointed after a 2012 scandal when a dozen Secret Service agents solicited prostitutes in Colombia.

**Florida Man Convicted of 1st Degree Murder in Retrial for Killing Unarmed Black Teen
A Florida jury has convicted Michael Dunn of first-degree murder for killing 17-year-old Jordan Davis in an argument over loud music at a gas station in Jacksonville. It was Dunn’s second trial after a jury deadlocked on the first-degree charge earlier this year. Dunn, who is white, shot at the vehicle carrying Davis and his friends 10 times. He then fled the scene, went to a hotel with his fiancée and ordered pizza. He never called the police. The first jury had convicted Dunn of three counts of attempted murder for shooting at Jordan Davis’ friends, who survived. After the new verdict on Wednesday, Davis’ mother, Lucy McBath, said the conviction marks a victory for all black victims of racial profiling.

Lucy McBath: “We are very grateful that justice has been served, justice not only for Jordan, but justice for Trayvon and justice for all the nameless faces and children and people that will never have a voice.”

Dunn faces up to life in prison without parole.

**Children with Potential Ebola Exposure Monitored in Texas
Health officials say up to 18 people may have been exposed to the Ebola virus carried by the first known patient diagnosed in the United States. On Wednesday, Texas Gov. Rick Perry said five children have been identified and are being monitored.

Gov. Rick Perry: “Today we learned that some school-age children have been identified as having had contact with the patient and are now being monitored at home for any signs of the disease. I know that parents are being extremely concerned about that development, but let me assure, these children have been identified, and they are being monitored, and the disease cannot be transmitted before having any symptoms.”

The patient, identified as Thomas Eric Duncan, apparently contracted the virus in Liberia when he escorted an Ebola victim to the hospital. After arriving in the United States, Duncan first visited a Dallas hospital last week, complaining of health issues. But he was sent home despite informing staff he was recently in Liberia.

**Obama Hosts Netanyahu as Israel Advances “Troubling” Settlements; Palestinians Seek 2016 Deadline
President Obama has hosted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the White House. The meeting comes days after Netanyahu gave a U.N. General Assembly speech attempting to link the militant group Islamic State to Hamas, as well as liken it to Iran. In his comments, Obama said he hoped to revive stagnant U.S.-backed peace talks.

President Obama: “We have to find ways to change the status quo so that both Israeli citizens are safe in their own homes and schoolchildren in their schools from the possibility of rocket fire, but also that we don’t have the tragedy of Palestinian children being killed, as well. And so, we’ll discuss extensively both the situation of rebuilding Gaza, but also how can we find a more sustainable peace between Israelis and Palestinians.”

Netanyahu’s visit comes just as Israel moved ahead with the building of new settlements in occupied East Jerusalem and the takeover of around 25 Palestinian homes in the neighborhood of Silwan. Obama did not issue any public criticism but reportedly raised the issue with Netanyahu in private. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest called Israel’s latest actions “very troubling.”

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest: “The United States is deeply concerned by reports that the Israeli government has moved forward with the planning process in the sensitive area — or in a sensitive area of East Jerusalem. This step is contrary to Israel’s stated goal of negotiating a permanent status agreement with the Palestinians, and it would send a very troubling message if they were to proceed with tenders or construction in that area.”

In response to the White House, Netanyahu said: “It is better to know the material before deciding to take such a stance.” The news comes as Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has confirmed he has submitted a proposal asking the U.N. Security Council to set a deadline of November 2016 for Israel’s withdrawal from the occupied West Bank.

**Climate Change Displaces 35,000 Walruses in Alaska
An estimated 35,000 walruses have gathered on a beach in northwest Alaska as their natural resting grounds vanish due to climate change. Walruses usually gather to rest on sea ice offshore. But as Earth warms, they have begun appearing on beaches in recent years. The discovery of 35,000 walruses marks the largest number ever recorded on land. The Federal Aviation Authority has re-routed flights to avoid scaring the walruses amidst fears of a massive and deadly stampede.

**Los Angeles City Council Approves Minimum Wage for Hotel Workers
The Los Angeles City Council has given final approval to a minimum wage increase for workers at the city’s large hotels. The bill would increase pay to $15.37 an hour. Hotel industry trade groups vocally opposed the bill and are preparing a legal challenge if Mayor Eric Garcetti signs it into law.


D.C. Whispers: Harry Reid Hangs Up On Valerie Jarrett


A reported early morning call from Valerie Jarrett is said to have set off Senator Majority Leader Harry Reid who in turn sent staff scrambling to cover his own bases with Senate allies in what some feel is a brewing war between an outgoing White House, and a longtime Senator increasingly desperate to hold onto power.

The phone conversation between the senior senator and de facto president was apparently brief, with Jarrett sharing her displeasure over Reid’s personal involvement in a number of senate campaigns that she felt has led to Republican momentum in those races. Mr. Reid was equally not pleased to be the focus of blame, his voice carrying well beyond the confines of his office via a half open door.

The point of no return for the phone conversation is said to have been when Valerie Jarrett reminded the senator of how much money President Obama has personally raised for the Senate Majority PAC, and that Reid is viewed by most voters and even some within the party as a “divisive dinosaur” and a “drain on our chances to retain control of the senate.”


Harry Reid slammed the phone down and then rushed (as much as a 74 year old man in poor health can) out of his private office cursing the details of the phone conversation. (The senator is well known for his penchant for profanity, regardless of who else is in the room)

“That woman is destroying the party! She’s, I would, she doesn’t have a fracking clue about any of this!”

The gist of that message was then repeated by Reid and members of his staff to other leading Democrats. Some of these Democrats then informed the White House of what was being said against them by Harry Reid and members of his staff. This reportedly included a North Carolina senator particularly desperate to win re-election and hoping for continued financial help from the Obama machine to do so. She is said to be benefiting from DNC dollars being funneled to the libertarian candidate in that hotly contested race.

Other senators have apparently sided with Reid, most notably one from another hotly contested state – Louisiana.


video Exclusive: Top 10 Flashlight Apps Are Stealing Your Data, Even Pics Off Your Phone

Ben Swann vid 9 min

Nashua NH- The makers of some of the most widely used flashlight apps for smart phones are doing more than just helping you find your lost car keys, they are geo-locating you and stealing your data. At least, that is the claim being made by Snoopwall LLC. Snoopwall is the world’s first “counterveillance” company and according the founder, Gary Miliefsky in a web exclusive interview with, the top ten flashlight apps are stealing you data.

Snoopwall has just released a THREAT ASSESSMENT REPORT
Summarizing privacy and risk Analysis of top 10 Android flashlight Apps. According to Snoopwall, all of the top 10 apps are doing more than what consumers are expecting from a flashlight. For instance, the number 1 flashlight app for Android is the “Super Bright LED Flashlight”. This app has between 100 million and 500 million installs worldwide. So what does the app actually have the ability to do?
• retrieve running apps
• modify or delete the contents of your USB storage
• test access to protected storage
• take pictures and videos
• view Wi-Fi connections
• read phone status and identity
• receive data from Internet
• control flashlight
• change system display settings
• modify system settings
• prevent device from sleeping
• view network connections
• full network access

Others like the Brightest Flashlight Free App, have been sued by the FTC . According to Snoopwall, “But while the has gone after Flashlight Free App, it seems they are still at it and the other 9, as well. It seems time to ask “where’s the outrage?” – shouldn’t you UNINSTALL your FLASHLIGHT APP today? The answer is yes! You might also want to contact the FTC and tell them you are concerned.” SNIP


Headlines October1, 2014

**Biggest U.S.-Led Strikes on Iraq and Syria to Date as U.K. Joins Campaign
The U.S.-led bombing campaign in Iraq and Syria has seen its biggest day so far with British warplanes joining the attack. At least 24 strikes were launched between the two countries, where the Islamic State controls a vast stretch of territory. Britain took part in the strikes for the first time since its Parliament voted to authorize the campaign on Friday. The strikes today have hit towns including Syria’s Kobani, which has come under a sustained Islamic State assault that has forced tens of thousands of Syrian Kurds to flee.

**U.S. Not Following Heightened Standards on Preventing Civilian Deaths for Syria-Iraq Strikes
The White House has confirmed it has relaxed standards aimed at preventing civilian deaths for the U.S. airstrikes in Iraq and Syria. According to Yahoo News, the Obama administration has acknowledged that a policy announced last year calling for “near certainty” of no civilian casualties in drone strikes will not apply to the current bombing. The admission came in response to queries about a strike that killed up to a dozen civilians in the Syrian village of Kafr Deryan last week. The bodies of women and children were reportedly pulled from the rubble after a missile hit a home for displaced residents.

**United Nations: Funding Shortfall Threatens Food Aid for Syrian Refugees
The United Nations has issued a new warning over the dire humanitarian conditions in Syria. Briefing the Security Council, Emergency Relief Coordinator Valerie Amos said the World Food Programme will be forced to end operations unless it can obtain additional funding.

Valerie Amos: “Millions are short of food, of medicines, and almost three million children are not in school. Eleven million vulnerable people inside Syria require urgent humanitarian assistance, and of those, 6.4 million people are internally displaced. … Without additional funds, the World Food Programme will be forced to end its operations completely within two months. Rations have already been cut in order to continue to reach as many people as possible. Winter is fast approaching, and vital supplies are needed to protect people from the cold.”

**Taliban Launches Suicide Attack after U.S.-Afghan Troop Deal
The Taliban has carried out a suicide bombing on two buses carrying soldiers in the Afghan capital of Kabul, killing seven people and wounding 21. The attack comes one day after the signing of a U.S.-Afghan security pact that will keep 10,000 U.S. troops in the country after this year’s formal end to combat operations. U.S. Ambassador James Cunningham signed the agreement at a ceremony on Tuesday.

U.S. Ambassador James Cunningham: “This agreement will enable the United States to help the security forces to build on its progress after the ISAF (International Security Assistance Force) mission comes to a close and as a new NATO mission begins. Our close defense and security cooperation will provide the foundation for Afghanistan to continue its impressive development and to build on the achievements of the past. Our agreement will also contribute to stability not only in Afghanistan, but throughout the region.”

The new Afghan president, Ashraf Ghani, signed the accord after his predecessor, Hamid Karzai, refused to ratify it.

**Tens of Thousands Continue Pro-Democracy Protests in Hong Kong
Tens of thousands remain the streets of Hong Kong in the fourth day of mass protests calling for greater political freedom. The demonstrations swelled over the weekend after a crackdown on students opposing China’s plan to select candidates in Hong Kong’s 2017 elections. Protest leaders have vowed to remain and take over government buildings until the resignation of Hong Kong city leader, Leung Chun-ying, and a free vote for his successor. Today’s protests come as China and Hong Kong observe National Day, which marks the anniversary of Communist China’s founding.

**CDC Says First U.S. Ebola Case Can Be Contained
A patient who recently returned from Liberia has been diagnosed with the first case of Ebola in the United States. The head of the Centers for Disease Control, Thomas Frieden announced the news on Monday, one day after the patient’s admission to a Dallas hospital.

Dr. Thomas Frieden: “This individual left Liberia on the 19th of September; arrived in the U.S. on the 20th of September; had no symptoms when departing Liberia or entering this country, but four or five days later, around the 24th of September, began to develop symptoms; on the 26th of September, initially sought care; and Sunday, the 28th of September, was admitted to a hospital in Texas and placed on isolation. We received in our laboratory today specimens from the individual, tested them, and they tested positive for Ebola.”

The CDC says family members and others who made contact with the patient after he fell ill could be placed in isolation to prevent wider infection. Passengers who traveled on the same U.S.-bound plane wouldn’t be at risk, because the virus is only spread through direct contact with the bodily fluids of a patient showing symptoms. At his news conference, Thomas Frieden said he believes this case will be contained.

Dr. Thomas Frieden: “The bottom line here is that I have no doubt that we will control this importation or this case of Ebola so that it does not spread widely in this country. It is certainly possible that someone who had contact with this individual, a family member or other individual, could develop Ebola in the coming weeks, but there is no doubt in my mind that we will stop it here.”

**Obama Approves Asylum Plan for Migrant Children
President Obama has reportedly approved a plan that would let several thousand child refugees from Central America apply for asylum in the United States. The approach focuses on having the children apply from their home countries instead of making the dangerous trek to cross the U.S. border. The plan does not increase the number of refugees allowed in, capping visas for Latin America and the Carribean at 4,000.

**Oklahoma Modifies Execution Protocol after Botched Killing
Oklahoma prison officials have released a new protocol for executions following April’s botched lethal injection of Clayton Lockett, which lasted 43 minutes. Media witnesses described Lockett writhing and moaning in apparent agony. Lockett was injected with an untested cocktail of drugs, which included midazolam, a sedative also used in other prolonged executions, including one that lasted two hours in Arizona. The new protocol in Oklahoma allows the continued use of midazolam, but calls for a dose five times what Lockett received. Changes also include more staff training, contingency plans for when problems arise, and a reduction of the number of media witnesses at executions by more than half — from 12 to five.

**Secret Service Chief under Fire as New Revelations Emerge About White House Intruder
More damaging revelations have emerged about the Secret Service amidst an uproar over an armed intruder who made it inside the White House. Secret Service officials previously said Omar Gonzalez, a former Army sniper who was carrying a knife, was caught near the main entry. But it emerged this week he actually managed to run past a stairway to the first family’s living quarters and through the East Room before he was apprehended. The Washington Post now reports the agent who caught Gonzalez was off-duty, but happened to come across him after his breach. Secret Service agents had also observed Gonzalez around the White House in the hours before he jumped the fence. Appearing before a House panel, Secret Service Director Julia Pierson apologized for the incident.

Julia Pierson: “It is clear that our security plan was not properly executed. This is unacceptable, and I take full responsibility, and I will make sure that it does not happen again. … I am committed to the following: a complete and thorough investigation of the facts of this incident; a complete and thorough review of all policies, procedures, protocols in place that govern the the security of the White House complex and a response to this incident; and based on the results of that review, a coordinated, informed effort to make any and all adjustments to include training and personnel actions that are necessary to properly ensure the safety and security of the president and the first family and the White House.”

Pierson came under repeated criticism throughout the hearing, with several lawmakers calling for an independent investigation of the Secret Service’s competency to protect the president. The outcry grew on Tuesday with news that an armed security guard with a criminal record was allowed to ride in the same elevator as President Obama in Atlanta earlier this month, a breach of protocol.

**Obama Hosts Indian PM for White House Dinner
President Obama hosted Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday for a White House meeting. Modi also met with top congressional leaders and Secretary of State John Kerry. Kerry praised Modi’s massive reception before thousands at New York’s Madison Square Garden on Sunday.

Secretary of State John Kerry: “No matter how warm our welcome here today, we’re going never be able to top your rock star reception at Madison Square Garden. Billy Joel called me this morning to make sure you hadn’t taken his regular gig there. None of us have been able to turn on a television or pick up a newspaper without seeing the celebrity coverage that the prime minister has received. And with it, for all of us, there is a shared excitement and a sense of shared possibility.”

On Tuesday night, President Obama hosted Modi and around 24 others for a private White House dinner. Before his election, Modi was barred from the United States for many years over his role in 2002 anti-Muslim riots that left more than 1,000 dead. Modi was the chief minister of Gujarat, where the killings occurred. He has never apologized for or explained his actions at the time.

**U.K. Drops Terrorism Case Against Former Guantánamo Prisoner
British prosecutors have dropped a new terrorism case against a former Guantánamo Bay prisoner who spent three years in U.S. custody without charge or trial. Moazzam Begg has been held for seven months in Britain since his arrest on terrorism charges related to a trip he made to Syria. Begg, who heads the prisoner advocacy group Cage, has said he is being “harassed” for investigating British complicity in torture. Earlier today, a British judge ordered Begg’s release after prosecutors said there is insufficient evidence to bring him to trial.


video Detailed PROOF of U S Plan to destroy 90 percent of World Population with Ebola

Video 19 min by David Vose

This video will show the evidence that the U S is about to destroy 90 percent of the World Population with Ebola. The Plan was concocted by a Jewish Scientist. He presented the Plan in 2006 and the U S got a patent on the virus in 2007. This Video will expose the players and the reasons for their treason and treachery. These accusations will certainly not be harsh enough for those who plot the murder of 90 percent of Mankind.