#CBS Displays Picture Of Iran instead Of Syria | The Daily Caller
Oddly enough, the network displayed the correct image of Syria later on in the same segment.
’Internet Of Things’ Sending Us Bac | The Daily Caller
Yet the expansion of the internet of things seems to be bringing us back to something like that old feudal model, where people didn’t own the items they used every day. In this 21st-century version, companies are using intellectual property law – intended to protect ideas – to control physical objects consumers think they own.
Soros paie une nouvelle race d’antifa contre Trump le RedNeck Revolt : ▻http://dailycaller.com/2017/07/31/armed-antifa-group-offers-training-manual-on-terrorism-and-guerrilla-wa
A Charlottevilles ils étaient sur place ce qui explique la violence entre les extrêmistes de droite ou de « gauche » radicale. Soros veux faire sauter Trump a tout prix ou lui mettre la pression par tous les moyens y compris la violence. Ceux ci étant armés de flingues.
Elections américaines : pour le FBI, les Russes n’ont pas piraté la campagne de Trump
US intelligence ‘found no sign that Russia hacked Trump campaign’
Tout ça c’est du cinéma des « fakes news » chargées de masquer les vrais problèmes. Qu’est ce que « l’état US profond », celui qui commande les affaires pendant ce cirique a décidé pour les changements de régime au moyen-orient et l’IRAN ?
Que feront ils a propos de l’Iran et Israel ?? Que se passe t’il pendant tout ce cirque hollywoodien .? That is the question ..
Scientist: Cancer Fears From Hiroshima Nuke Were Exaggerated | The Daily Caller
Survivors of the two atomic bombings that ended World War II didn’t suffer from as many negative health effects as commonly believed, according to a new study.
A study funded by the Japanese and U.S. governments examined data from more than 100 studies and found the long-term effects of radiation weren’t nearly as bad as originally believed. Individuals most exposed to the bomb’s radiation were more likely to develop cancer, but had an average life expectancy only 1.3 years shorter than the national average.
“There’s an enormous gap between that belief and what has actually been found by researchers,” Bertrand Jordan, a molecular biologist and lead author of the analysis, said in a Friday press statement.
Of the 44,635 exposed to the Hiroshima bomb, Jordan only found 848 additional cases of cancer. The cancer risk of Hiroshima survivors only increased by 42 percent, meaning the cancer risk of surviving a nuclear bombing are comparable to that of smoking. Overestimation of radiation risk could have huge implications for nuclear power.
Note : il y a 2 ans, le même auteur concluait que l’irradiation causée par les explosions nucléaires n’avaient pas provoqué de mutations génétiques.
Les leçons inattendues d’Hiroshima, Chroniques génomiques
Résumé de l’article
The explosion of atom bombs over the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945 resulted in very high casualties, both immediate and delayed but also left a large number of survivors who had been exposed to radiation, at levels that could be fairly precisely ascertained. Extensive follow-up of a large cohort of survivors (120,000) and of their offspring (77,000) was initiated in 1947 and continues to this day. In essence, survivors having received 1 Gy irradiation (∼1000 mSV) have a significantly elevated rate of cancer (42% increase) but a limited decrease of longevity (∼1 year), while their offspring show no increased frequency of abnormalities and, so far, no detectable elevation of the mutation rate. Current acceptable exposure levels for the general population and for workers in the nuclear industry have largely been derived from these studies, which have been reported in more than 100 publications. Yet the general public, and indeed most scientists, are unaware of these data: it is widely believed that irradiated survivors suffered a very high cancer burden and dramatically shortened life span, and that their progeny were affected by elevated mutation rates and frequent abnormalities. In this article, I summarize the results and discuss possible reasons for this very striking discrepancy between the facts and general beliefs about this situation.
THE first (and only) two A-bombs used in war were detonated over Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6 and 9, 1945. Casualties were horrendous, approximately 100,000 in each city including deaths in the following days from severe burns and radiation. Although massive bombing of cities had already taken place with similar death tolls (e.g., Dresden, Hamburg, and Tokyo, the latter with 100,000 casualties on March 9, 1945), the devastation caused by a single bomb was unheard of and remains one of the most horrifying events in the past century. The people who had survived the explosions were soon designated as Hibakusha and were severely discriminated against in Japanese society, as (supposedly) carriers of (contagious?) radiation diseases and potential begetters of malformed offspring. While not reaching such extremes, the dominant present-day image of the aftermath of the Hiroshima/Nagasaki bombings, in line with the general perception of radiation risk (Ropeik 2013; Perko 2014), is that it left the sites heavily contaminated, that the survivors suffered very serious health consequences, notably a very high rate of cancer and other debilitating diseases, and that offspring from these survivors had a highly increased rate of genetic defects. In fact, the survivors have been the object of massive and careful long-term studies whose results to date do not support these conceptions and indicate, instead, measurable but limited detrimental health effects in survivors, and no detectable genetic effects in their offspring. This Perspectives article does not provide any new data; rather, its aim is to summarize the results of the studies undertaken to date, which have been published in more than 100 papers (most of them in international journals), and to discuss why they seem to have had so little impact beyond specialized circles.
White House Censors French President For Using The Words ’Islamist Terrorism’ [VIDEO] | The Daily Caller
The White House censored the video of French President Francois Hollande daring to argue that “Islamist terrorism” is at the “roots of terrorism.”
According to MRCTV, the White House pulled the original, unedited version from WhiteHouse.gov and YouTube and then reuploaded the video with the words “Islamist terrorism” silenced.
Moreover, the official transcript on WhiteHouse.gov at one point did not include Hollande’s claim that “Islamist terrorism, is in Syria and in Iraq. We therefore have to act both in Syria and in Iraq, and this is what we’re doing within the framework of the coalition.”
Google Maps May Be Helping Illegals Skirt Border Controls | The Daily Caller
A series of user-published Google maps point out known border patrol checkpoints and stations along the U.S. border with Mexico in an apparent effort to help illegal aliens avoid border controls.
Sotloff Family Spokesman: Syria’s ’So-Called Moderate Rebels’ Sold Sotloff To ISIS
Le porte-parole de la famille du journaliste américain assassiné Steven Sotloff (...) a révélé que Sotloff avait été enlevé par les rebelles « #modérés » puis revendu à l’organisation djihadiste de l’Etat islamique pour une somme comprise entre 25 000 et 50 000 dollars.
« Pour la première fois, nous pouvons dire que Steven a été vendu à la frontière » a-t-il dit, attribuant les informations à des sources sur le terrain. « Le nom de Steven était sur une liste, disant qu’il avait été responsable de l’attentat d’un hôpital. C’était faux, et des militants ont ébruité cette histoire ».
« Nous croyons que ces rebelles soi-disant modérés que des gens voudraient que notre pays soutienne – l’un d’entre eux l’a vendu sans doute pour entre 25 000 et 50 000 dollars à l’EI, et c’est la raison pour laquelle il a été capturé ».
Time magazine hides Putin’s success from US voters | The Daily Caller
Time magazine’s cover for its Sept. 16 issue features a picture of contented-looking Russian president Vladimir Putin, complete with a black background and a damning caption that declares “America’s weak and waffling, Russia’s rich and resurgent.”
But Time’s editors are shielding Americans from the demoralizing picture, putting a cheerful, sky-blue photo on the covers of magazines distributed in the United States.
“It’s time to pay college athletes,” says the chirpy, non-political U.S. cover, which shows a ball-carrying football player with arm outstretched.
Verify chemical weapons use before unleashing the dogs of war | The Daily Caller
The Obama administration has selectively used intelligence to justify military strikes on Syria, former military officers with access to the original intelligence reports say, in a manner that goes far beyond what critics charged the Bush administration of doing in the run-up to the 2003 Iraq war.
According to these officers, who served in top positions in the United States, Britain, France, Israel, and Jordan, a Syrian military communication intercepted by Israel’s famed Unit 8200 electronic intelligence outfit has been doctored so that it leads a reader to just the opposite conclusion reached by the original report.
According to the doctored report, the chemical attack was carried out by the 155th Brigade of the 4th Armored Division of the Syrian Army, an elite unit commanded by Maher al-Assad, the president’s brother.
However, the original communication intercepted by Unit 8200 between a major in command of the rocket troops assigned to the 155th Brigade of the 4th Armored Division, and the general staff, shows just the opposite.
The general staff officer asked the major if he was responsible for the chemical weapons attack. From the tone of the conversation, it was clear that “the Syrian general staff were out of their minds with panic that an unauthorized strike had been launched by the 155th Brigade in express defiance of their instructions,” the former officers say.
According to the transcript of the original Unit 8200 report, the major “hotly denied firing any of his missiles” and invited the general staff to come and verify that all his weapons were present.
An Egyptian intelligence report describes a meeting in Turkey between military intelligence officials from Turkey and Qatar and Syrian rebels. One of the participants states, “there will be a game changing event on August 21st” that will “bring the U.S. into a bombing campaign” against the Syrian regime.
The chemical weapons strike on Moudhamiya, an area under rebel control, took place on August 21. “Egyptian military intelligence insists it was a combined Turkish/Qatar/rebel false flag operation,” said a source familiar with the report.
Chaque année, le Président des États-Unis organise une soirée pour célébrer le ramadan. Bien.
Mais cette année, Obama (celui du « discours du Caire ») a ostensiblement tout fait pour qu’on arrête de l’accuser d’être un musulman, ou quelqu’un qui aime les musulmans, ou même quelqu’un qui aurait été poli avec des musulmans.
Tout d’abord, Obama a tenu, à l’occasion de cette fête religieuse musulmane, à commémorer... les attentats du 11 Septembre :
Rappelant que les Etats-Unis vont commémorer dans un mois le 10è anniversaire des attentats du 11 septembre dans lesquels des centaines d’Américains ont trouvé la mort, Obama a tenu à souligner qu’il « importe de rappeler ce soir que ces Américains (tués) étaient de différentes confessions et origines, y compris des musulmans américains, fiers et patriotiques ».
On sait que Breivik, l’extrémiste chrétien islamophobe et pro-israélien, ne doit surtout pas être confondu avec les chrétiens en général, ni les islamophobes, ni les sionistes ni, plus généralement, les extrémistes de droite. Pour les musulmans, en revanche, il est de bon ton de leur rappeler à chacune de leurs fêtes religieuses, que ce sont des musulmans qui ont commis les attentats du 11 septembre.
Autre subtilité particulièrement appréciée, pas de personnalités musulmanes « controversées » :
The White House’s published guest list for this year’s Ramadan Iftar dinner was much shorter than previous years’ roster. It excluded the names of several controversial advocates who have attended the event in the past, including some who The Daily Caller can confirm did attend on Wednesday night.
L’article ne précise pas bien ce que signifie « controversé » pour un musulman aux États-Unis. Et c’est bien dommage.
Reste le plus beau : on vire les musulmans « controversés », mais on invite le représentant d’un pays qui aime les musulmans : l’ambassadeur d’Israël :
Israeli ambassador Michael Oren attended the annual White House dinner celebrating the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
Et là, c’est le pompon.