China Buys More Gold Than The World Produces
The World Gold Council (WGC)… calls China “a huge, relatively untapped reservoir of gold demand.”
by Frank Holmes
‘No credible plot’: DHS distances itself from chief’s ‘mall terror threat’ warnings
Video attributed to Somalia’s Al-Shabaab radical group.
by RT

Fewer than half of Democrats sympathize with Israelis over Palestinians
Drop of support for Israelis of about ten points by Democrats.
by Philip Bump
Dailykos's Cover-Up of Obama’s Ukrainian Atrocities
This is how democracy is conquered: by presenting any type of dictatorship as being ‘democracy.’
by Eric Zuesse

The Greek Resistance
Greece and Germany are locked into a new conflict that has reawakened old ghosts.
by Aljazeera
Dow Jones Industrial Average Drops 100 Points As Fears Mount Ahead Of Greek Bailout Announcement
“I feel certain that the Greek letter for a six-month extension of the loan agreement with the conditionalities that accompany it will be accepted.”
by Jessica Menton

Islam: Secret Weapon Of The Globalists
Governments radicalize Islam to use as “bogey man” threat.
Deaths from Prescription Painkillers Triple in 20 Years – What’s Going On?
The deaths of Philip Seymour Hoffman and Heath Ledger may have grabbed headlines, but there is a far larger tragedy behind America’s recreational painkiller epidemic.
by Ella Jameson

CIA: Foreign powers may develop ability to manipulate the global climate undetected
Officials are worried foreign countries may develop geoengineering – the deliberate manipulation of the global climate.
by Steve Connor
Ukraine Being Played by NATO and the West
Kiev now a puppet for Western interests against Russia.

Are Spy Agencies Funding Weather Weapon Research?
Professor said the US had used weather in a hostile way in the 1960s.
by Sputnik
Scientists seek international authority on climate geoengineering
“If the US starts to talk about this, we can have other nations joining in.”
by Jean-Louis Santini

Yemeni militia defiant ahead of UN vote
Arab League to hold emergency meeting on Yemen Wednesday.
by Jamal al-Jabiri
Italy is a dying country as babies no longer replace people who die, says health minister
Country’s birth rate falls to its lowest level since 1861.
by Nick Squires

World's Oceans Clogged by Millions of Tons of Plastic Trash
“In short, you name it and it is probably somewhere in the marine environment.”
by Will Dunham
Iraqi army repels attack on base hosting U.S. Marines
U.S. defense official said the Iraqi forces had stopped the attack and re-secured the facility.
by Saif Hameed