infowars.com / Paul Joseph Watson / January 30, 2014
UPDATE: Police Chief Shane Harger and Sheriff Richard Mack will both appear on Infowars Nightly News tonight to discuss this story. Harger is meeting with other Jemez Springs law enforcement officials tonight to discuss his position.
A police chief was detained and harassed by federal agents while traveling to a constitutional convention before returning home to be told he was being placed on administrative leave and ordered to disband his police department after signing a pledge to uphold the bill of rights.
Police Chief Shane Harger of the Jemez Springs, NM Police Department was flying out of Albuquerque Airport last week on his way to a Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association (CSPOA) convention taking place in Las Vegas.
Before passing security, Harger was approached by a TSA agent who asked the police chief to show his credentials. Moments later, a man claiming to be a “federal agent” also asked to see Harger’s credentials before telling him he was a “person of interest.” The federal agent then demanded to know where Harger was traveling to and why.
We Are In A Global Depression. In this Part 1 of 2 on the topic, Gerald Celente forecasts what is most likely to be the next scam by the White Shoe Boys. With India, Turkey and South Africa all raising their interest rates, “yes, there will be a new round of stimulus, more QE — and when they do it your gonna see Gold take off”. Celente indites the usual perps the Goldman Sachs Gang for LIBOR manipulation, FOREX manipulation, gold price suppression and more. 2014 Trends, Interest up and Economy and Equities down. Don’t miss this one.
A nationwide shortage of intravenous saline is raising alarm bells, as hospitals scramble to find one of the most commonly used drugs. The problem is getting so bad that some hospitals are asking the government to release saline from its emergency stockpiles.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is working with the three manufacturers of intravenous saline solutions to increase supplies, as hospitals start to ration and reserve the fluids for only their most seriously ill patients. The FDA said in an announcement posted Friday to its website that it is working with the three manufacturers to “help preserve the supply of these necessary products” and boost production.
The FDA Press Release said: The FDA is aware of the shortage situation for intravenous (IV) solutions, particularly 0.9% sodium chloride injection (i.e., saline) used to provide patients with the necessary fluids for hydration and other conditions. The shortage has been triggered by a range of factors including a reported increased demand by hospitals, potentially related to the flu season.
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 01/31/2014 09:11 -0500
We may not know much about “Keynesian economics” (and neither does anyone else: they just plug and pray, literally), but we know one thing: when real disposable personal income drops by 0.2% from a month earlier, and plummets by 2.7% from a year ago, the biggest collapse since the semi-depression in 1974, something is wrong with the US consumer.
Eric King: “Gerald, so far this has proceeded exactly as you predicted, with the first taper in December and the second taper here in January. How bad will this get for the emerging markets?”
Celente: “This selloff in the emerging markets, with their currencies going down and their interest rates going up, it’s going to be disastrous and there are going to be riots everywhere….
“Now let’s get this straight: These countries are raising interest rates in order to protect their currencies as their economies are declining. Brilliant. That’s the exact opposite strategy for growth. So as the decline in their economies accelerates, you are going to see the civil unrest intensify.
If the stock market were already crashing then it would be simple to blame the dismally sad rash of dead bankers in the last week on that – certainly that was reflected in 1929. However, for the third time in the last week, a senior financial executive has died in what appears to be a suicide. As Bloomberg reports, following the deaths of a JPMorgan senior manager (Tuesday) and a Deutsche Bank executive (Sunday), Russell Investments’ Chief Economist (and former Fed economist) Mike Dueker was found dead at the side of a highway in Washington State. Police said the death appeared to be a suicide.
Mike Dueker, the chief economist at Russell Investments, was found dead at the side of a highway that leads to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Washington state, according to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department. He was 50.
Unemployment big miss we are now back to levels 6 months ago. Home sales are continuing to plunge, less people signed contracts for existing homes. The hedge fund and flippers are having a problem unloading the homes at this time. President Obama pushing Executive Orders to disarm the American people, if the next event does not push the gun bills through the senate the President will do it on his own. As the geneva II talks break down the US government says military option still on the table. US intel suggests that an al-Qaeda terrorist attack is now intensifying. Be prepared for a false flag.
With continued chaos around the world and uncertainty in global markets, today KWN is publishing an incredibly powerful piece that was written by a 60-year market veteran. The Godfather of newsletter writers, Richard Russell, believes the world is headed for a major disaster and people should focus on how to survive the coming turmoil.
Russell: “I understand that there was almost a revolt at the Fed. Certain members warned Bernanke to halt the Fed’s wild money creation, fearing that it would wind up in hyper-inflation. But the Fed cannot completely halt its QE. The Fed is now buying 90% of the Treasuries that are put out for sale.
– The Syrian peace talks have gone nowhere. Absolutely nothing has been accomplished from the U.S. perspective. The Syrians and the Assad regime, on the other hand, look to be the big winners. The best they can hope for is a new round of talks– because the talks in Geneva are a disappointing bust. Meanwhile, on the other side of the Middle East it, appears like the Iranians have also made fools of the Obama Administration. The country is not getting rid of its nuclear program. Last week, the Iranian Foreign Minister said the White House “underplays the concessions and overplays the Iranian commitments.” This is in sharp contrast to what the President said this week in the State of the Union Address. The Federal Reserve pulled a bit of a surprise this week. It, once again, cut back or “tapered” the bond buying program. It is still pumping out $65 billion a month propping up the economy and holding down interest rates. Join Greg Hunter as he analyzes these stories and more in the Weekly News Wrap-Up.
At a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing Wednesday, Attorney General Eric Holder denied knowing that a top Democratic donor is leading the internal investigation into the IRS targeting of conservative groups.
“No, I don’t know anything about the political activities of any of the people who are involved in this investigation,” he said when Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) questioned him during a Justice Department oversight hearing.
“I must tell you I find it astonishing that the Department of Justice appointed a major Obama donor to head this investigation, so the first question I want to ask is did you know that the lawyer in charge of this investigation was a major Obama donor?” Cruz asked Holder.
No longer hiding in dark closets, the Illuminati have made their agenda crystal clear. Multiple False Flags. LIVE TV Devil Worship and Totalitarian control over the whole world, with the rise of a terrible and destructive BEAST SYSTEM in the guise of a satanic NEW WORLD ORDER!
A Fullerton resident who was arrested after protesting the acquittal of officers involved in the death of Kelly Thomas said police laughed and joked about having a license to kill.
30-year-old Adam Walder was thrown into a paddy wagon after riot cops ordered demonstrators to disperse during a protest against the ‘not guilty’ verdict which saw Officer Manuel Ramos and Officer Jay Cicinelli acquitted on all charges of manslaughter and murder.
Jury nullification means a juror can nullify a law if he believes the law or its application is unjust. He can do so by refusing to convict a defendant despite instructions to do so from a judge. In short, the juror sits in judgment on the defendant and the law.
Jury nullification was established in common law in 1670 when an English jury refused to convict William Penn for preaching Quakerism; the jury was imprisoned for their rebellion. In response, the English high court ruled that juries must be able to reach their own decisions without fear of punishment. In 1735, jury nullification was affirmed in America when jurors refused to convict the publisher John Peter Zenger for printing material critical of the governor of New York. In 1804, Supreme Court Justice Samuel Chase declared, “The jury has a right to judge both the law as well as the fact in controversy.” Today, nullification has become increasingly popular in the face of how increasingly difficult it is to legislatively reverse an unjust law. Nevertheless, there are reasons to be uncomfortable with the strategy.
While I understand the need for parents to pay for their children’s lunches, what do you think the appropriate response should be by adults running an elementary school upon realizing that some young children with unpaid balances had already been served a full hot meal?
Personally, I would assume that any reasonable human being would allow the children to eat the lunches while at the same time calling up their parents to sort out the problem. However, that’s not the action deemed appropriate by the “child-nutrition manager” that visited Uintah Elementary in Salt Lake City this past Tuesday. Nope, this person decided that the best course of action was to seize already served lunches and throw them in the trash in front of the victim’s classmates. Mind you, this person is called a “child-nutrition manager.” So someone in charge of “child nutrition” thinks he or she is doing their job by ensuring malnourishment due to unpaid balances.