The Event Chronicle
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By Ethan Huff Vaccines are a touchy subject in Australia, where government officials aggressively push for total compliance with vaccination mandates by whatever means possible. There is even a “No Jab No Paylaw on the books that essentially bars citizens from receiving government welfare unless they and their children are fully vaccinated. And at the root of it all, as usual, is government collusion with big industry, including with Australia’s new prime minister — and more specifically, his wife. Malcolm Turnbull has repeatedly been exposed for his own ties to multinational corporations. He has large investments in many of them, particularly tech companies, that many say is clouding his judgment on various matters more than just a little bit. At issue with the vaccination debate is his wife Lucy’s ties to pharmaceutical companies, and how this influence is steering public policy to force Aussies to be jabbed against their will in order to function normally within society.
The Event Chronicle
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Zigmond, who had been working for eight years on YouTube and Google maps, stated his plan was to “build the world’s largest plant database.” Hampton Creek signed chef Ben Roche in July 2014.” So Google, Bill Gates, and other players in Silicon Valley are investing in biotechnology: but who are they tied to? Google is deeply tied to the US military industrial complex, and was created in the bowels of the academic, institutional root of the intelligence agencies in the US. Google is rooted in Harvard where it was co-founded by Sergey Brin. Reading from an extensive article by Nafeez Ahmed titled “How the CIA made Google: Inside the secret network behind mass surveillance, endless war, and Skynet”: “In 1994 — the same year the Highlands Forum was founded under the stewardship of the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the ONA, and DARPA — two young PhD students at Stanford University, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, made their breakthrough on the first automated web crawling and page ranking application.
Hackaday
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If you already have administrator permissions you can do pretty much what you want, including DLL injection to fool anti-virus software. (Though it might be easy just to disable or remove it.) This new tool has the advantage of being stealthy, but is a 0-day that requires root a 0-day? [via The Hacker News ] Filed under: news
Hackaday
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There was a time a few years ago when the first Android phones made it to market, that they seemed full of promise as general purpose computers. Android is sort of Linux, right, or so the story went, so of course you must be able to run Linux on an Android phone and do all sorts of cool stuff with it. As anyone who tried to root an Android phone from 2010 will tell you, it was a painful and unrewarding process. There was normally a convoluted rooting process followed by somehow squeezing your own Linux filesystem tree onto the device, then chroot-ing into it. You'd then have to set up a VNC server and VNC into it, and eventually you'd feel immensely proud of your very slow tiny-screen Linux desktop that you'd slaved over creating. It was one of those things that's simple in theory, but extremely convoluted in practice. But six years have passed since those days, phones have gotten much faster and so has the software for tasks such as rooting, so maybe it's time to return to the topic of Linux on an Android device.
The Washington Times - Baseball
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Hackaday
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We all know that what we mean by hacker around here and what the world at large thinks of as a hacker are often two different things. But as our systems get more and more connected to each other and the public Internet, you can't afford to ignore the other hackers the black-hats and the criminals. Even if you think your data isn't valuable, sometimes your computing resources are, as evidenced by the recent attack launched from unprotected cameras connected to the Internet. As [Elliot Williams] reported earlier , Trustwave (a cybersecurity company) recently announced they had found a backdoor in some Chinese voice over IP gateways. Apparently, they left themselves an undocumented root password on the device and to make things worse they use a proprietary challenge/response system for passwords that is insufficiently secure.
NASA - ISS Reports
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The Event Chronicle
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Scientific American - Latest
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New research suggests the two conditions may be de different outcomes of one genetic syndrome -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com
WhoWhatWhy
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The delay in responding has led to speculation that the agency is intentionally dragging their feet on this particular issue. “I file a lot of FOIAs [with the] EPA; I consider them, typically, to be pretty good,” Carey Gillam, research director of U.S. Right to Know, told WhoWhatWhy . “Better than the other federal agencies in terms of timeliness and responsiveness. They dont redact things nearly as heavily as the FDA generally. But on this response, trying to get these documents [about glyphosate], they have been very reticent to respond.” Gillam said that the EPA’s standards for responding to FOIA’s in general have been eroding over the last couple of years. Overall, the Obama administration had a checkered record on complying with such requests. In this case, however, the subject matter itself could be at the root of the delay. “I think there have been so many red flags raised over the years, even from the 1980’s,” she said, “and when we try to get information out of the EPA about it, it’s very difficult to do so.
Sky News
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locum xap remedy which was introduced by Jeremy Hunt is a cosmetic solution and doesn't deal with the root causes. The root causes here are quite simply that insufficient numbers of doctors and NHS staff are being trained at medical and nursing school.
Politico
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For years, those complaints had generally fallen on deaf ears in Washington. While Republicans have long regarded Soros as a mortal enemy when it comes to domestic politics (where he has spent tens of millions of dollars backing Democratic candidates and liberal causes), their politics were more aligned on the international stage. Soros’s efforts to boost democracy and root out corruption in former Eastern Bloc countries dovetailed with traditional Republican foreign policy objectives. But things may have started changing after Donald Trump’s stunning victory in a presidential campaign during which he emphasized nationalist themes. Politicians with nationalist constituencies in several former Eastern Bloc states have become increasingly aggressive in seeking international support for their crusade against Soros, and they seem to have found at least some takers in the GOP.
Sky News
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airlines, even those flying to these countries. Whereas in the UK, we are imposing it if they are flying to Jordan or each or Lebanon non-or some of the other countries. That seems to be more logical sub essentially, it is the root that counts, not the airline
Sky News
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education secretary's reforms and there could be further embarrassment for the prime minister if she is forced to do a U-turn on the issue. We are facing a serious funding crisis. Things are coming to a head and they are having to take root decisions now about losing teacher assistants, not replacing.
Sky News
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facing a real in their living standards, and the root of this problem is that we've got too many insecure low-paid jobs and too little investments that will deliver the kind of high skilled, high paid jobs that match his family needs, the country needs. Britain.
The Event Chronicle
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Actually the name of the operation has been changed and they have expanded into hundreds of sub-programs each working to help implement the Globalist NWO Agenda of the main group at the top of the Pyramid of Power that controls everything, the Babylonian Talmudic private central Banksters run out of the City of London, also known as the Rothschild Khazarian Mafia. More will be disclosed on this important root cause soon in a new series of articles by Preston James and Mike Harris. Conclusion Deep underground levels (file photo) The Vault 7 leak has exposed the CIA massive illegal spying crimes against all Americans and all US Politicians but it is only the tip of the Iceberg of the massive crimes and theft of assets of the Secret Shadow Government. The SSG has become the real, operational USG and transformed the visible USG including Congress, the President, the Administration and Judiciary into a ceremonial government system, designed to fool We The People and make us believe we have a system sensitive to our needs.
The Week
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From her Amsterdam studio, the fashion and fine art photographer discusses lighting, poses and exotic road trips Advertisement Feature Felix Bischof Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 5:44pm Danish author Baroness Karen Blixen opens her great 1937 memoir, Out Of Africa, with a succinct yet immersive description of her exotic surroundings. “I had a farm in Africa, at the foot of the Ngong Hills,” she writes. “In the day-time you felt that you had got high up, near to the sun, but the early mornings and evenings were limpid and restful, and the nights were cold.” Today, that same brilliant light is captured in the pictures of Dutch photographer Viviane Sassen. Born in 1972, Sassen spent her early childhood in western Kenya before her family relocated to the Netherlands when she was aged five. At the root of Sassen’s art are her memories of the African countryside, its climate and its people.
Mondoweiss
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An inclusive feminism has rightfully rejected the Zionist justification of Israel’s violation of the rights of millions of Palestinian women and girls, both refugees and those living under barbaric occupation and siege. Historically, some women, including the richest and most prominent, have identified themselves with a feminism that ignores race and class, and thus ignores most women, who are directly impacted by poverty, racism, war and occupation, and environmental devastation in the industrial and non-industrial world. Such feminists celebrate the women who have broken the glass ceiling and moved into the 1%. For them, feminism means the right of women to be equal to men in managing capitalism with its exploitation, occupation, racism and underlying it all, sexism. At its root, feminism is a movement demanding liberation for women. The struggle for women’s rights under the banner of feminism cannot meaningfully exist without addressing and working to eliminate oppression rooted in racism, colonialism and capitalism.
Nottingham Evening Post
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Billy Root has put his degree on hold in a bid to break into the Nottinghamshire first team.The 24-year-old has played in two County Championship matches for Notts and made an unbeaten 66 against Somerset in the final game of last season.Now he has stopped playing for Leeds Bradford MCCU and suspended his degree in sports management to try and help take the next step at Trent Bridge.He is well aware he faces an uphill task to break into the side, but has made a good impression during pre-season...
Japan Times
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Tim Tebow sat alone in a corner of the New York Mets clubhouse, quietly working his iPhone. In an hour or so, Tebow would make ...
Voice Of America
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U.S. President Donald Trump and Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi praised the joint battle their countries are waging against Islamic State, as they held their first in-person talks Monday at the White House. "Although ISIS/Da'esh remains a dangerous enemy, we are confident it will be defeated," said a joint readout of the meeting, using alternative names for the militant group. "As Iraqi forces consolidate gains against ISIS/Da'esh, the two leaders agreed that the United States and Iraq will pursue a long-term partnership to decisively root out terrorism from Iraq and strengthen the Iraqi military and other key institutions." Iraqi forces have been battling Islamic State on the ground with the backing of airstrikes from a U.S.-led coalition. The major focus of that campaign right now is an offensive to retake the city of Mosul from the militants who swept into the city in mid-2014.
The Event Chronicle
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An individual who questions the status quo is a stopping force against a tide of socially destructive groupthink zealotism. At present, a wave of so-called social justice is washing over Western civilizations. This movement has all the hallmarks of a fascist socialism, the very same that saw the rise of the Bolsheviks in Russia and the Nazis in Germany. The reason why these movements take root is because people tend to outsource or delegate their thinking to ideologues who act as a moral compass—one that is woefully broken. In essence, when people stop thinking, become lazy in their ethical discernment, and cower in the face of immorality, evil can, and does, flourish. The Milgram study clearly demonstrates that the primary cause of socially promulgated evil is the inability of the individual to think critically and make a moral choice—one that goes against the grain.
BBC Parliament
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led to effective troubleshooting measures. To begin with, we're embarking on its Pacific piece of work to monitor Highland Council cases with housing costs to try and establish the root causes of any delays in the process. I do appreciate the concern that exists around rent arrears and it's an issue I know matters to a lot of people. The reality is, there's a.
BBC Parliament
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themselves and taking care of their future by taking out insurance. Of course, there are already received yours in place to reduce the potential for fraudulent claims being successful. I am all in favour of taking the strongest possible action to root out those who try to deceive and con the system. But.