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SUV flees cops, takes out Navy F18 Super Hornet, 2 dead


How does an SUV fleeing the police get inside a U.S. Navy base and take out a $60 million top-of-the-line fighter jet?

That's the question officials at Naval Station Lemoore outside Fresno, California, are trying to figure out after a Jeep Grand Cherokee racing away from a California Highway Patrol traffic stop got 7 miles inside the Navy installation late Wednesday and crashed into the tail section of an F/A-18 Super Hornet.

Navy and California Highway Patrol officials said at a press conference Thursday that two people were in the Jeep -- a male driver and female passenger. Both died and their identifications were being withheld pending notification of next of kin, officials said.

The air station's commander, Capt. Monty Ashliman, said neither of the occupants of the Jeep had a military affiliation and it was not a targeted attack on the base.


Somebody is losing their job.

http://www.cnn.com/2016/04/01/politics/suv-crashes-into-navy-f-a-18-fighter-jet/index.html

John McCain Linked Nonprofit Received Million Dollar Donation From Saudi Arabia

A real patriot this guy is. I wonder if he donates to the wounded warrior project?


http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-03-31/john-mccain-linked-nonprofit-received-million-dollar-donation-saudi-arabia

Those trade tariffs Trump suggested to boost the US jobs and products

And was immediately ridiculed.

China is about to do just that.
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-03-31/china-unveils-trumpian-tariffs-all-foreign-goods


The American public lolz

Who are trump protesters?

"Democracy, freedom and the rule of law," have "absolutely no value any longer,"

That's your Turkish ally folks,

A NATO member and an EU wannabe.



http://m.dw.com/en/erdogan-claims-fighting-terrorism-outweighs-democracy-in-turkey/a-19120587

Do you remember the coup in Syria in 1949? It might seems very familar.

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http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/history/2012/04/syrian_violence_was_the_cia_involved_in_the_1949_coup_that_plunged_the_country_into_decades_of_turmoil_.html

A good read with illustrations.

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Revolution is coming.

WaPo Ran 16 Negative Stories On Sanders In 16 Hours

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-03-09/washington-post-ran-16-negative-stories-bernie-sanders-16-hours



The establishment must die

Saudis Awarded France's "Highest National Honor" For "Fight" Against Terrorism

We need a revolution.



But while everyone in the world is well aware of just how silly the “alliance” is, the farce will apparently continue as French President Francois Hollande on Friday awarded Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif France’s highest national honor, the Legion of Honor for “for his efforts in the region and around the world to combat extremism and terrorism.”

This is the same Francois Hollande whose country was attacked not four months ago by fighters inspired by the very brand of Islam the Saudis teach.

This would be like pinning a Blue Ribbon on Kim Jong-Un for his efforts to promote sanity and maturity in international relations.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-03-06/saudis-awarded-frances-highest-national-honor-fight-against-terrorism

Former-PM Admits "Future Existence Of Japan Was At Stake" As Mutations Appear In Fukushima Forest

"The future existence of Japan as a whole was at stake," admits Japan's prime minister at the time of the 2011 quake and tsunami, revealing that the country came within a "paper-thin margin" of a nuclear disaster requiring the evacuation of 50 million people. Naoto Kan expressed satisfaction at the three TEPCO executives facing charges over negligence, but this shocking admission comes as AFP reports, conservation group Greenpeace warned that "signs of mutations in trees and DNA-damaged worms beginning to appear," while "vast stocks of radiation" mean that forests cannot be decontaminated.

In an interview with The Telegraph to mark the fifth anniversary of the tragedy, Naoto Kan described the panic and disarray at the highest levels of the Japanese government as it fought to control multiple meltdowns at the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station.He said he considered evacuating the capital, Tokyo, along with all other areas within 160 miles of the plant, and declaring martial law. “The future existence of Japan as a whole was at stake,” he said. “Something on that scale, an evacuation of 50 million, it would have been like a losing a huge war.”

Mr Kan admitted he was frightened and said he got “no clear information” out of Tepco, the plant’s operator. He was “very shocked” by the performance of Nobuaki Terasaka, his own government’s key nuclear safety adviser. “We questioned him and he was unable to give clear responses,” he said.“We asked him – do you know anything about nuclear issues? And he said no, I majored in economics.”
“When we got the report that power had been cut and the coolant had stopped working, that sent a shiver down my spine,” Mr Kan said. “From March 11, when the incident happened, until the 15th, the effects were expanding geographically."From the 16th to the 20th we were able to halt the spread of radiation but the margin left for us was paper-thin. If the had burnt through all six reactors, that would definitely have affected Tokyo.“From a very early stage I had a very high concern for Tokyo. I was forming ideas for a Tokyo evacuation plan in my head. In the 1923 earthquake the government ordered martial law – I did think of the possibility of having to set up such emergency law if it really came down to it.

“We were only able to avert a 250-kilometre (160-mile) evacuation zone by a wafer-thin margin, thanks to the efforts of people who risked their lives."
Mr Kan said he had to retreat to an inner room after the atmosphere in the government’s crisis management centre became “very noisy”.He said: “There was so little precise information coming in. It was very difficult to make clear judgments. I don’t consider myself a nuclear expert, but I did study physics at university.
"I knew that even based on what little we were hearing, there was a real possibility this could be bigger than Chernobyl. That was a terrible disaster, but there was only one reactor there. There were six here.”
All of these admissions of the monstrous reality are hitting just as onservation group Greenpeace warned on Friday that the environmental impact of the Fukushima nuclear crisis five years ago on nearby forests is just beginning to be seen and will remain a source of contamination for years to come.


"Next time, we might not be so lucky.”


http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-03-05/former-pm-admits-future-existence-japan-was-stake-mutations-appear-fukushima-forest
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