August 14th, 2014
UK Daily Mail / J Gardner
UFO believers are in a frenzy this month as three videos recently taken from orbit appear to show mysterious objects some believe to be evidence of extraterrestrial life.
While evidence may seem like a strong word to more cynical viewers, the footage--all of which has been taken since the start of August--does all show something a little out of the ordinary.
Be it a tiny speck of light out past the International Space Station or a slightly larger speck of light caught by the NASA HD camera, the truth is out there.
'I was watching the live cam and caught this glowing disk in the distance,' Waring writes on a video he posted to YouTube. 'I took a screenshot of the UFO and enlarged it. It has a long line down its middle and a dome on its top.'
Waring had been watching the live feed from the ISS when he saw the very faint, grey speck. But according to the Taiwan-based blogger, officials knew better than to let internet viewers see too much.
'NASA did go to blue screen as soon as they noticed the UFO. When they brought the cam back online again, the UFO was gone,' he wrote.
Days later, Waring re-emerged with another photo passed along to him from a friend who goes by Streetcap1.
In this one, the Earth can be seen orbiting out in the distance as a much brighter spot of light hovers above, only to slowly fade.
Streetcap1 posted another video from the ISS on August 12. In this one, four lights can be seen beyond the floating lab. They, too, soon fade away.
August 14th, 2014
Please feel free to draw your own conclusions....however, if you actually 'feel' that this letter is intended to provide vets with free gun locks, then....you may be part of the problem.
August 14th, 2014
By Nina Massey
One Youtube user believes he has finally found proof of the mystical man on the moon.
He claims to have made the incredible spot of an alien figure lurking in a deep crater from images on Google Moon.
Wowforreel's video - which has been viewed more than two million times in less than a month - shows what he says could be creature walking along the surface .
The strange shape can also be seen on Google Moon at 27°34’26.35″N 19°36’4.75″W.
Wowforreel said he started investigating the shadow after receiving an online tip from another web user named Jasenko.
He told UFO Sighting Daily : "An irregularly shaped dark spot he noticed on Google Moon looks like it could be a cast shadow from a massive standing object, or figure,’
"At first I thought maybe it was something drawn into the picture but after going to Google Moon, whatever it is or isn't…uh, is there."
'It is really there, not faked and I have no clue what it is. I found nothing else like it in any of the other craters," he added.
August 12th, 2014
"What makes the appointment both unique and disturbing to some observers is the fact that Laubenthal is a foreign national with no sworn allegiance to the U.S. Constitution.
The appointment could raise the specter of a divided loyalty for Laubenthal between his command responsibilities and his native country....Achtung!"
By STEVE ELWART
In an unprecedented move, a German officer has been appointed to a key command post over the U.S. Army in Europe.
German Brig. Gen. Markus Laubenthal, 51, became chief of staff last week, the first non-American officer to hold that position, the Army said.
According to Germany’s defense ministry, Laubenthal will serve as “the right-hand man” to Lt. Gen. Donald Campbell Jr., who commands more than 37,000 U.S. Army Europe, USAREUR, personnel from headquarters in the central German city of Wiesbaden.
Prior to assuming his post at USAREUR, Laubenthal, a general officer from the German Armed Forces, the Bundeswehr, was the commander of Panzerbrigade 12, the 12th Armored Brigade, in Amberg, Germany. He also was the chief of staff for International Security Assistance Force Regional Command North in Afghanistan and the assistant chief of staff for operations for NATO’s Kosovo force.
Laubenthal’s appointment comes at a time when relations between the U.S. and Germany are decidedly strained. Recent revelations of U.S. spying and the tapping of German government phones, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s, have put the two nations at odds with each other. The new appointment may be meant to repair relations.
“This is a bold and major step forward in USAREUR’s commitment to operating in a multinational environment with our German allies,” Campbell said of Laubenthal’s appointment. “U.S. and German senior military leaders have been serving together in NATO’s International Security Assistance Force in Afghanistan for years. Sustaining the shared capability from this experience will benefit both U.S. and German armies.”
A German army spokesman called the move “a clear sign for a good German-American cooperation.”
If there has ever been a need for an increased spirit of cooperation, it is now. Besides NSA spying on German nationals, in July, German authorities expelled the CIA’s station chief in Berlin after the discovery of two suspected spies allegedly working for the U.S. from inside the German government.
While it means Germany is taking a more active part in its own defense, what makes the appointment both unique and disturbing to some observers is the fact that Laubenthal is a foreign national with no sworn allegiance to the U.S. Constitution. The appointment could raise the specter of a divided loyalty for Laubenthal between his command responsibilities and his native country.
To be sure, there is precedent for soldiers of different countries joining forces in a single military unit.....
August 12th, 2014
CDC could implement indefinite quarantine, says doctor
by PAUL JOSEPH WATSON
Former FDA official Scott Gottlieb, M.D. warns that under current CDC procedures, healthy Americans who show no symptoms of the virus could be detained indefinitely if Ebola hits the United States.
In an article for Forbes entitled If Ebola Arrives In The U.S., Stopping It May Rely On Controversial Tools, Gottlieb, former Director of Medical Policy Development for the Food and Drug Administration, asserts that Ebola is likely to arrive in the U.S. and that if it does the CDC will invoke powers to “hold a healthy person against his will.”
“Given the deadly nature of the Ebola virus, and the popular worry it’s likely to engender, one can expect the CDC and health authorities to pull out all the stops. The response could include invocation of the CDC’s evolving quarantine authorities,” writes Gottlieb, noting the CDC’s “sweeping authority to hold and isolate Americans in a public health emergency.”
The doctor points to CDC provisions which we first highlighted last month which allow for the forcible quarantine of “well persons” as well as those who “do not show symptoms” of the virus.
“The set of regulations also included a new “provisional quarantine” rule that would have allowed CDC to detain people involuntarily for up to three days, with no mechanism for appeal,” writes Gottlieb, adding, “You don’t have to be sick to be detained.”
The doctor cautions that if Ebola hits during flu season, the delay in testing blood samples could lead to some Americans being detained against their will for weeks.
Gottlieb also points an executive order passed by Obama on July 31st which allows for the detention of Americans who merely display signs of any “respiratory illness.”
Raising concerns that the feds may be “assuming too much jurisdiction to detain people involuntarily,” Gottlieb is calling for a debate about “troubling” measures which could lead to “spooky scenarios where people could be detained for long periods, merely on a suspicion they might have been exposed to some pathogen. And forced to submit to certain medical interventions to gain their freedom.”
While Gottlieb sees “mass detentions” as being unlikely in the event of an Ebola outbreak, the regulations in place could lead to such a scenario if an equally deadly but more contagious pathogen like SARS hits the U.S.
Given his prominent position, the doctor’s concern about CDC quarantine measures which could lead to the forcible detention of healthy Americans is interesting given that some in the mainstream media dismissed our coverage of this very issue as a ‘conspiracy theory’ less than two weeks ago.
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