White House Touts Burning Yemen
Even though the Yemen government is collapsing and international terrorist groups move in, White House press secretary Josh Earnest continues to call the U.S.’ activities in Yemen as a model for counter-terrorism. It’s all unicorns and rainbows in Obamaland. Why is every press secretary worse than the previous one? They need to get Baghdad Bob in there… At least he has more entertaining.
U.S. Weapon Loss
The U.S. foreign policy continues to make new strides as $500 million in weapons given to Yemen go missing and are now in Al-Qaeda’s hands. So, what could this CIA supported terrorist organization do with 12 drones and 16 aircraft?
IRS Culture of Non-Accountability
In a not-to-stunning revelation, former IRS employees, like scandal ridden Lois Lerner, can still access IRS computer systems and gain access to individual IRS records. A report, by the nonpartisan GAO, cites significant deficiencies in the security of IRS financial reporting systems that are a treasure trove for identity thieves. This type of behavior is expected of an agency which rewards bonuses to those who have been cited for fraud, drug use, violent threats, and failure to pay their taxes.
We are told that the purpose of the TSA is to help secure U.S. air travel; however, when, according to the Office of Inspector General of the DHS, the TSA knowingly cleared a convicted domestic terrorist for the precheck lane as a low risk, it is time to shut this boondoggle down.
The CEO of Monsanto admitted their ‘hubris’ in promoting the GMO technology contributed to a consumer backlash. No, it wasn’t ‘hubris’ when Monsanto refused independent testing of their GMOs, does anything legally, and possibly illegal, to prevent GMO labeling, and utilizes the U.S. military against anti-GMO websites, activists, and independent scientists. It’s more like they don’t like the light of truth being aimed on their activities as they have their Blackwater mercenary group protect them.
10 Reasons GMO’s Should Be Labeled
Here are a few…
1. The Convention on Biodiversity recognizes that genetic engineering is a threat to amount and variety of life on the planet.
2. Genetically engineered foods ARE different from conventional and organic foods.
3. Genetically engineered foods have not been tested to determine whether they are safe for human consumption.
Finally, please prepare now for the escalating economic and social unrest. Good Day!
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