February 16, 2014

Illuminati owned singer and performer Avicii's music video Wake Me Up confirms the Triangle's Shadow Theory and they don't care if you find out. They have become that bold. This isn't the only way they're testing the population to see if we respond.
The two Triangles represent according to "official sources" the mark that they are from a lessor class of people. Interesting choice. Is the Illuminati telling those who know the truth that we are nothing or a lower class?

The popularity of the song shows there's something subliminal about its message and most probably misinterpret it. Are our cultural stars hand picked and given the secret to mass manipulation or doing what some call selling their soul to the devil?


Katy Perry, Rihanna and Lady Gaga have openly hinted about the Illuminati on stage and in lyrics, does this confirm they all have a master?

 What about all the stars who use secret hand gestures of the Illuminati openly on stage and in pictures?

Why are they testing us? Why are they being so bold? It's Simple, they think of us as sheep and their symbols and gestures are signs of status and membership. For the majority of stars its like waving to those who gave them fame and for others it is to save themselves from entering the 27 Club.

Here's the music video:

In the news we hear about how we need to have gun control in this country. So I figured I would show everyone proper gun control via some good  ole' videos of robbers being stopped by armed citizens.

Israel exports one third of the world's Medjool dates, which are grown in the narrow strip of the West bank called Jordan Valley. In the region agriculture is flourishing, with almost all of Israel's grapes,peppers and herbs exports being grown there.

The European Union is Israel's number one trading partner and accounts for one third of its total trade. Europeans have over time become more wary of Israeli imports because of the land in which it is grown. Since 1967, Israel has occupied the land in the West Bank after seizing it from the Palestinians.

"They say that buying such produce is supporting the illegal confiscation and control of land and water resources that should be in Palestinian hands." Christa Case Bryant, csmonitor.com.

The protest of some Europeans choosing not to buy Israeli produce has taken a bite out of profits.  Farmers in the Jordan Valley reported losses totaling $29 million, or 14 percent of revenue. It also forced farmers to find new buyers in different markets like Russia where prices are 20 to 60 percent lower. Pepper exports to Western Europe have stopped completely, and grape exports are likely to be stopped completely because of consumer pressure.

A 2013 BBC public opinion poll showed the image of Israel is getting worse in Europe. Favor-ability ratings dropped 8 percent in both Spain and Germany, to the single digits. Even in Britain, the first European country to formally support the establishment of a Jewish state, only 14 percent of citizens have a positive view of Israel today.

 Israeli contracts with firms within the EU have been cancelled under pressure from Europeans. Losses could be in the billions for the future economy of the nation and effects will be felt throughout Israel. One of the largest protests by big business was a $200 billion Dutch pension firm who divested from the five top Israeli banks.
"I think there is a danger that one should not underestimate, which is the snowball effect that once someone starts, the others begin to adopt the same kind of policy," says Oded Eran, the Israeli ambassador to the EU from 2002 to 2007.
Germany, who still has deep connections with Israel because of the Holocaust, has signaled a change in the two nation's relationship.

Trade groups for Monsanto, PepsiCo and other major food labels are teaming up to create an alliance named Colilation for Safe Affordable Food, with it's mission to create one national standard for GMO labeling and oppose efforts in various states that are pushing for stricter labeling.

The group is currently pushing for a federal law that preempts state legislation that has cost the big names millions in legal battles in several states.

New polls have shown people are more aware of the use of GMO's and want some type of regulation and warning label attached to products containing them. It seems this will be a battle of people v. the plutocracy that has controlled every aspect of American life.

“We don’t think the food industry should rest on its laurels and say this is a done deal, this is over,” he says. “Even though these ballot measures failed, I would still recommend that they get ready for some kind of labeling regulation. We’re saying get ready for it and know the GMO content of your food and beverages.” -Darren Seifer, a food and beverage industry analyst.

Labeling laws could come in one of two ways. A single state could pass a law, “causing a ripple effect throughout the whole industry,” as Seifer put it. That's just what the Coalition for Safe Affordable Food is hoping to avoid. Connecticut and Maine have already passed G.E. labeling legislation, and Alaska now requires the labeling of G.E. fish. (As many as 30 states could introduce labeling legislation in the 2014 session, according to the Center for Food Safety.)

But efforts on the national scale started well before the founding of the Coalition for Safe Affordable Food. Sen. Barbara Boxer and Rep. Peter DeFazio have introduced legislation that would require labeling G.E. foods at the federal level, and Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said in 2012 that “maybe it’s time to think about [GMO labeling] from a national perspective.”

Source: RT.com

 GMO-Foods-How-To-Tell-Truth-About-Genetically-Modified-Foods-Label-GMO ...The US Supreme Court upheld biotech giant Monsanto's claims on genetically-engineered seed patents and the company's ability to sue farmers whose fields are inadvertently contaminated with Monsanto materials.

The high court left intact Monday a federal appeals court decision that threw out a 2011 lawsuit from the Organic Seed Growers and Trade Association and over 80 other plaintiffs against Monsanto that sought to challenge the chemical company's aggressive claims on patents of genetically-modified seeds. The suit also aimed to curb Monsanto from suing anyone whose field is contaminated by such seeds.

The group of plaintiffs, which included many individual American and Canadian family farmers, independent seed companies and agricultural organizations, were seeking preemptive protections against Monsanto's patents.

The biotech leviathan has filed over 140 lawsuits against farmers for planting the company's genetically-engineered seeds without permission, while settling around 700 other cases without suing.

Feb. 16, 2014 7:21am  -Associated Press 
SUNBURY, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania woman charged along with her newlywed husband in the murder of a man they met through Craigslist admitted to the slaying in a jailhouse interview with a newspaper and said she has killed more than 20 others across the country, claims police said they are investigating.
 In this Dec. 20, 2013 file photo, Miranda Barbour is led out of the courthouse after her preliminary hearing in Sunbury, Pa. Miranda and Elytte Barbour, newlyweds who police said wanted to kill someone together were ordered to stand trial on charges they lured a stranger with a Craigslist ad, stabbed him to death after he got into their car and dumped his body in an alley. (AP Photo/PennLive.com, Christine Baker, File) In an interview with the Daily Item in Sunbury, Pa., 19-year-old Miranda Barbour said she wants to plead guilty to killing Troy LaFerrara in November. She also said in the interview that she has killed at least 22 other people from Alaska to North Carolina in the last six years as part of her involvement in a satanic cult.
“I feel it is time to get all of this out. I don’t care if people believe me. I just want to get it out,” Barbour told the newspaper for a story published Saturday night (http://bit.ly/1gN81z3).
Sunbury police Chief Steve Mazzeo told the newspaper that investigators have been in contact with the FBI and law enforcement in several other states.
“From information we gathered and from information gathered from her interview we are seriously concerned and have been in contact with the proper authorities,” Mazzeo said.

Lawyers for the couple did not immediately return messages from The Associated Press left at their offices Saturday night. An FBI spokesman referred questions to its Philly office, but an email message wasn’t immediately returned.
Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty against Barbour and her husband, 22-year-old Elytte Barbour. Authorities said Miranda Barbour, a petite woman with long brown hair, told investigators she met the 6-foot-2, 278-pound victim after he responded to her Craigslist ad offering companionship for money.

Police allege in court papers that Elytte Barbour told investigators they committed the crime because they wanted to kill someone together. The couple, who were married in North Carolina and moved to Pennsylvania about three weeks before the crime, told police Miranda Barbour stabbed LaFerrara in the front seat of her car while her husband held a cord around his neck.
She said in the interview that she doesn’t want to get out of jail and that she would kill again if she were released.

The first prototypes of a high tech suit of armor which would give soldiers superhuman abilities could be ready this summer, says top military officials. Many who have seen the new suits have commented on the similarities when compared to the Marvel Comic's Iron Man suit.

... talos-tactical-assault-light-operator-suit/?goback=%2Egde_3061043The suit is named Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit, or TALOS and is being developed by engineers at MIT; the U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM). Many other third party researchers have joined the effort in development and testing as well.

 The TALOS technology will be rigorously tested and Adm. McRaven of the U.S. Special Forces Command issued a statement saying in will be in the field by August 2018 or earlier.

"That suit, if done correctly, will yield a revolutionary improvement in survivability and capability for special operators," McRaven said at the 25th annual Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict conference this week in Washington, D.C., according to Military.com.
 The suit has 360 degree cameras with built-in night vision capabilities and can detect injuries and apply wound-sealing foam and bulletproof armor. Developers have also noted TALOS suits may include full body Exoskeletons complete with screens that display soldiers surroundings, according to Military.com
"The technology could give American soldiers a "huge comparative advantage over our enemies and give our warriors the protection they need," McRaven said.

STANDING-UP TO THE WEIGHT...: Five Gold Stars!!!

 Mark Wahlberg as the lead character Marcus Luttrell.

Taylor Kitsch as Michael Murphy

Emile Hirsch as Danny Dietz

Ben Fosteras as Matt 'Axe' Axelson

What I thought:

A team of four Navy Seals are send into the mountains called Sawtalo Sar to try to catch and or kill Taliban leader Ahmad Shah but quickly things go wrong and the team is out numbered  10 to 1 or more.  The Seals fight for several days, with only one Seal coming home.

The gun fights in this movie are the most realistic I have seen with very real looking bullet impact effects and blood gore. Also, it is rare to see the good guys get shot and killed but the film makers did not skip out on equal gore happening to the lead characters, which makes Lone Wolf my top war movie pick to date for realism.

All four lead Actors did a great job in this movie and you will quickly get the impression that they were really good friends and brothers in war.  I have to admit Emile Hirsch who played Danny Dietz was kind of hard to believe at first because I so fondly remember him in Into The Wild. But the quickly went away at the first gun fight scene.

Throughout the movie I was at the edge of my seat and felt every emotion the movie was giving. For my review I give Lone Wolf 5 out of 5 stars. Well done.

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