Judaized dupe Martin Luther King tells domesticated slave niggers to free-range in the US contrary to the Bible

Judaized dupe Martin Luther King tells domesticated slave niggers to free-range in the US contrary to the Bible

 Judaized dupe Martin Luther King tells domesticated slave niggers to free range in the US contrary to the Bible

Did you  know that Martin Luther King encouraged domesticated niggers in Mississippi to free-range throughout the US, contrary to the role of a servant to decent White folk that God had assigned to the black man (aka “nigger”) in the Bible? The Judaized dupe King had a dream alright, and that’s all it was and ever will be, because God has said in the Bible that no nigger should free-range anywhere, because niggers can only function properly as (especially domesticated) servants of the descendants of Noah’s son Japheth, the patriarch of the White race, because they haven’t been endowed with the ability to do otherwise successfully, as a curse on them, probably because their ancestors had offended God and transgressed his righteous moral standard in the Bible by fornicating with apes in the jungles of Africa in ancient times.

 Judaized dupe Martin Luther King tells domesticated slave niggers to free range in the US contrary to the Bible

Take another listen to the cultural Marxist tripe big-mouthed by Martin “Lucifer Coon” in his commie Jew-hyped “I have a dream” speech in the following video, that has now been proved to be a monstrous lie, as we see the free-ranging niggers he let lose in America not ascending morally when left to their own devices, but descending to their African mud hut mentality and morality, as they rape and murder, crowd prisons, shoot each other, and fornicate wildly with their multiple hoes in their hoods that are looking day-by-day more like the slums of Haiti that the descendants of the niggers who slew the decent White colonists in the country have now been left to wallow in the filth of and die in.

Make no mistake about it, black on White race based crime is now out of control in America, not because the White person parades himself as superior, but because the ordinary nigger, even with White handouts and a “blank  taxpayer’s check”, is starting to realize that he does indeed have an innate propensity to degenerate into crime, filth and despair if left to his own devices; and hence is getting angry and envious of other races and taking revenge, by serving Jew media propaganda well, by attacking, robbing and killing Whites, and fornicating with “coal-burners” who think they’ll get a kick from the risque of knowing that they’re having sex with a descendant of the apes, literally and not just according to the Jew lie of the goyim’s evolution from apes.

 Judaized dupe Martin Luther King tells domesticated slave niggers to free range in the US contrary to the Bible

 Judaized dupe Martin Luther King tells domesticated slave niggers to free range in the US contrary to the Bible

Commie Jew Joe Slovo with the Jews’ commie lackey and domestic terrorist Mandela

 Judaized dupe Martin Luther King tells domesticated slave niggers to free range in the US contrary to the Bible

Jews’ cultural Marxist dupe and lackey Martin Luther King marches for “nigger emancipation” (aka “melting pot” miscegenation for the goyim) with commie Jews in America’s “civil rights” era

Martin Luther King’s notorious “I have a dream” speech was Jew scripted cultural Marxist propaganda—no decent person of any race can relax with free-ranging niggers on the loose around them  … niggers must always and only be (especially domesticated) servants of decent White folk, because God knows that they’re too primeval and dangerous when left to free-range, as the Bible clearly indicates in the book of Genesis.

 Judaized dupe Martin Luther King tells domesticated slave niggers to free range in the US contrary to the Bible

 Judaized dupe Martin Luther King tells domesticated slave niggers to free range in the US contrary to the Bible

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EU court orders removal of Hamas from terrorism list

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LONDON — The European Union, months after the war with Israel, has been ordered to remove Hamas from the terror list.

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Hamas members at rally in Rafah.

A leading court said the EU’s decision to keep Hamas on the terrorist list was not based on action. The European General Court said its ruling on Dec. 17 was technical rather than an assessment of Hamas.

“The court stresses that those annulments, on fundamental procedural grounds, do not imply any substantive assessment of the question of the classification of Hamas as a terrorist group within the meaning of the common position,” the General Court said.

In 2001, the EU placed Hamas, which pledged to destroy Israel, on the terror list. But the court said the designation was based on media reports rather than “acts examined and confirmed in decisions of competent authorities.”

“This was a legal ruling of the court based on procedural grounds,” EU spokeswoman Maja Kocijanic said. “We will look into this and decide on appropriate remedial action.”

The EU, amid its drive to support Palestinian statehood, has two months to appeal the decision. The court, in a ruling hailed by Hamas, said the EU could maintain its freeze on the Islamic movement’s assets for three months.

The court’s decision, coming two months after it annulled the EU’s designation of Sri Lanka’s Tamir Tigers, had been expected. Over the last few years, the court dismissed the EU’s designation of Hamas-linked charity, Al Aqsa Foundation. In mid-2014, Hamas fired 4,700 missiles and rockets in its 50-day war with Israel.

“Removing the terrorist designation of Hamas is a grave mistake,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said. “Hamas is a ruthless terrorist organization with a proven track record of brutal terror attacks against innocent civilians.”

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One year after killing his uncle, Kim Jong-Un finds his vital ties with China are at risk

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By Lee Jong-Heon, EastAsiaIntel.com

SEOUL — North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has strengthened his power base at home since the dramatic purge of his uncle Jang Song-Thaek a year ago, officials here say.

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Happier times: Jang Song Thaek, right, at an inauguration ceremony for North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un as first secretary of the Worker’s Party of Korea in July 2013. Kyodo

But Kim has yet to have his first meeting with China’s President Xi Jinping who has instead met several times with the president of South Korea in a bitter slap at Pyongyang.

By ordering Jang’s execution, Kim has placed his country’s critical relations with China at risk, the sources said.

“The (South Korean) government judges Kim’s power to have been strengthened over the past one year (since Jang’s execution),” a senior South Korean government official said.

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Egypt signs first fracking shale gas deal with U.S. firm

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ApacheDeal 300x209 Egypt signs first fracking shale gas deal with U.S. firmCAIRO — Egypt has signed a natural gas exploration contract with Western companies.

The Petroleum Ministry has signed a contract with the U.S. firm Apache Corp. and Europe’s Shell Egypt for the drilling of three wells in the Western Desert. The ministry said the contract called for advanced exploration techniques in projects that would require an investment of up to $40 million.

“The project will require horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, which is the same as the shale gas production method used in the United States,” the Petroleum Ministry said.

In a statement on Dec. 17, the Petroleum Ministry said the drilling would take place in the Abu Al Ghardeeq region in the Western Desert. The contract was said to have been the first for the Egyptian production of unconventional gas.

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Turkey’s military goes entrepreneurial, sells draft exemptions

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ANKARA — Turkey has found a novel way to pay for weapons — offer young men to buy their way out of the military draft.

The government has drafted a plan to raise $5 billion through selling exemptions to military conscription. Under the plan, Turkish men from the age of 29 could pay more than $8,000 to avoid the draft.

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Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu.

“The money we will collect from this exemption will directly be transferred to our Defense Industry Support Fund to be used as part of our efforts to adopt a technology-intensive military,” Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said.

In an address to parliament on Dec. 2, Davutoglu said more than 600,000 Turkish men could receive paid exemptions. Turkey has imposed a draft of up to a year for males over the age of 20.

Officials said the draft exemptions would bolster Turkey’s military procurement drive. The Defense Industry Support Fund reported revenues of nearly $1.5 billion in 2013 from taxes on alcohol, cigarettes and gambling.

Turkey has sought to increase allocations to the state-owned defense industry. The Defense Ministry has announced plans for $25 billion in annual defense exports by 2023. Exports for 2014 were expected to reach $1.5 billion.

“Yes, we have a lot of work to do, but the return on investment in the defense sector is very high,” Defense Industry Undersecretary Ismail Demir said. “Moreover, a good value-added product earns a high price on the market. If the country’s production, its technology and its industry’s infrastructure are not strong, if its ecosystem is not strong, it is unable support the defense industry.”

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German churches succeed in blocking Mideast arms deals

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LONDON — The church has helped block German arms exports to the Middle East.

Leading churches have joined with the opposition to lobby against major German weapons deals with Middle East allies. Clergymen said the lobbying reduced deliveries of weapons and components to Saudi Arabia.

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Heckler & Koch G36 rifle

“There has been a drastic reduction in small arms shipments to third states,” the Joint Conference Church and Development said.

The conference, which met in December 2014, cited a drop in German light arms deliveries to the Middle East. They included a ban by the Berlin government on Germany’s Heckler & Koch on delivering components for the G-36 assault rifle for Saudi Arabia.

“We welcome the announcement of strict criteria for small arms exports and the steps towards a more effective control of final destination,” Karl Justen, a Catholic prelate and chairman of the Joint Conference, said.

The Joint Conference has drafted and submitted defense export studies to the government and parliament since 1997. In the latest report, the church group said small arms deliveries fell from 18 million euro in the first half of 2013 to 1.4 million euro during the same period this year.

The Middle East has marked a rapidly growing defense market for Germany. Over the last year, the German media have reported impending multi-billion-euro arms deals with Algeria, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

Algeria, for example, was granted German permission to produce the Fuchs armored personnel carrier. Berlin also approved the sale of 146 patrol boats to Riyad.

“A worrying development is the still rising importance of North African states and countries from the Middle East as recipient countries of German arms exports,” Justen said. “In doing this, the government is largely giving away control over re-exports and final destination.”

In its latest report, the Joint Conference said Algeria, Qatar and Saudi Arabia marked the leading non-NATO defense clients of Germany. The report said Algeria procured 825.7 million euro and Qatar ordered 673.3 million euro worth of German weapons. During the first half of 2014, arms export licenses to non-NATO clients reached 63.5 percent.

“What was intended to be an exception has become the rule,” Justen said.

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Exclusive: Google aiming to go straight into car with next Android – sources

By Alexei Oreskovic and Ben Klayman

SAN FRANCISCO/DETROIT (Reuters) – Google Inc is laying the groundwork for a version of Android that would be built directly into cars, sources said, allowing drivers to enjoy all the benefits of the Internet without even plugging in their smartphones.

The move is a major step up from Google’s current Android Auto software, which comes with the latest version of its smartphone operating system and requires a phone to be plugged into a compatible car with a built-in screen to access streaming music, maps and other apps.

Google, however, has never provided details or a timeframe for its long-term plan to put Android Auto directly into cars. The company now plans to do so when it rolls out the next version of its operating system, dubbed Android M, expected in a year or so, two people with knowledge of the matter said.

The sources declined to be identified because they were not authorized to discuss the plans publicly.

“It provides a much stronger foothold for Google to really be part of the vehicle rather than being an add-on,” said Thilo Koslowski, vice president and Automotive Practice Leader of industry research firm Gartner, who noted that he was unaware of Google’s latest plans in this area.

If successful, Android would become the standard system powering a car’s entertainment and navigation features, solidifying Google’s position in a new market where it is competing with arch-rival Apple Inc . Google could also potentially access the valuable trove of data collected by a vehicle.

Direct integration into cars ensures that drivers will use Google’s services every time they turn on the ignition, without having to plug in the phone. It could allow Google to make more use of a car’s camera, sensors, fuel gauge, and Internet connections that come with some newer car models.

Analysts said Google’s plan could face various technical and business challenges, including convincing automakers to integrate its services so tightly into their vehicles.

Google declined to comment.

Technology companies are racing to design appliances, wristwatches and other gadgets that connect to the Internet. Automobiles are a particularly attractive prospect because Americans spend nearly 50 minutes per day on average on their commute, according to U.S. Census data.

Apple unveiled its CarPlay software in March and Google has signed on dozens of companies, including Hyundai, General Motors Co and Nissan Motor Co <7201.T>, for its Open Automotive Alliance and its Android Auto product.

Android Auto and CarPlay both currently “project” their smartphone apps onto the car’s screen. Many of the first compatible cars with this smartphone plug-in functionality are expected to be on display at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next month and to go on sale in 2015.

By building Android into a car, Google’s services would not be at risk of switching off when a smartphone battery runs out of power, for example.

“With embedded it’s always on, always there,” said one of the sources, referring to the built-in version of Android Auto. “You don’t have to depend on your phone being there and on.”

Google’s software could potentially connect to other car components, allowing, for example, a built-in navigation system like Google Maps to detect when fuel is low and provide directions to the nearest gas stations.

By tapping into the car’s components, Google could also gain valuable information to feed its data-hungry advertising business model. “You can get access to GPS location, where you stop, where you travel everyday, your speed, your fuel level, where you stop for gas,” one of the sources said.

But the source noted that Android would need major improvements in performance and stability for carmakers to adopt it. In particular, Android Auto would need to power-up instantly when the driver turns the car on, instead of having to wait more than 30 seconds, as happens with many smartphones.

Automakers might also be wary of giving Google access to in-car components that could raise safety and liability concerns, and be reluctant to give Google such a prime spot in their vehicles.

“Automakers want to keep their brand appeal and keep their differentiation,” said Mark Boyadjis, an analyst with industry research firm IHS Automotive. “Automakers don’t want to have a state of the industry where you get in any vehicle and it’s just the same experience wherever you go.”

(Reporting by Alexei Oreskovic in San Francisco and Ben Klayman in Detroit; Editing by Richard Chang)

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Top four U.S. wireless carriers increase control of market, review finds

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The top four U.S. mobile carriers expanded their control of the U.S. wireless market last year, a federal government report said on Thursday, once again finding the industry is highly concentrated as a result of continuing consolidation.

The Federal Communications Commission’s annual review of mobile industry competition found the two largest carriers, Verizon Communications Inc and AT&T Inc, together controlled around 70 percent of both the nationwide market share based on service revenues and the most-prized type of radio airwaves.

Those two nationwide carriers, Sprint Corp and T-Mobile US Inc controlled more than 95 percent of the industry’s mobile wireless service revenue, up from 91.5 percent the year before, the report said.

The FCC did not draw conclusions on whether the wireless industry was effectively competitive saying that such an assessment required analysis of numerous other factors such as prices or entry conditions.

The concentrated nature of the telecommunications industry has influenced the government’s approach to its efforts to auction off more airwaves to wireless companies as well as potential new mergers.

The FCC and the Department of Justice earlier this year expressed skepticism about a proposed merger between the No. 3 and No. 4 carriers, Sprint and T-Mobile, and the companies abandoned the deal.

Yet, when it came to products and services, the FCC’s report found the wireless companies are expanding their new-generation coverage across the country, improving data downloading speeds and allowing more and more data for the same or lower prices.

The agency also reported that virtually all of Americans had access to at least one wireless carrier, more than 99 percent of the U.S. population had a choice of two or more providers and almost 97 percent had three or more.

Those estimates have remained roughly unchanged in recent years, although the portion of Americans with access to five or more carriers dropped sharply to about 23 percent in 2014 from about 80 percent in 2012. The FCC did not specify a reason.

To view the FCC report, see http://fcc.us/1zBQDrr

(Reporting by Alina Selyukh; Editing by Cynthia Osterman)

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Security experts fear Sony attack to fuel more company extortion

By Jennifer Saba

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Sony Pictures’ decision to shelve the film “The Interview” in the face of cyber attacks has set a worrying precedent and is sending companies scrambling to guard sensitive data, security experts said on Thursday.

Sony’s capitulation could mean that more businesses will be targeted for cyber warfare and extortion, they said.

“I fully expect to see more actions like this against film studios or other soft targets because they have not paid attention to cyber security for so long,” said Jeffrey Carr, chief executive officer of Taia Global, a cyber security company.

“This has been the first time that extortion on this scale has been successful.”

While there has been a surge of interest by companies over the past two years to shore up corporate defenses, in the wake of attacks on retailers including Target Corp, many companies are still not well defended, or soft targets. The crisis at Sony Corp’s movie studio is prompting executives to think more broadly and to use data encryption software for internal data.

Sony on Wednesday dropped the comedy that features the assassination of North Korea’s leader after hackers who breached its computers threatened a 9/11 type of attack on theaters. The $44 million movie was planned for release on Dec. 25.

Any organization wading into the political realm should map out a strategy, said Rob Sadowski of cyber security firm RSA.

“Geography no longer protects them and they need to be proactive and not reactive,” he said.

The White House stopped short of blaming North Korea for the attack but U.S. government sources on Wednesday said the attack was “state sponsored” and that North Korea was involved.

Security software maker PKWare said it is seeing an uptick in companies worried about cyber attacks, said Matt Little, vice president of products.

“The folks we are talking to now say they don’t have the budget of a bank or retail outlets but they are worried about a breach like this and someone doing much worse than what happened to Sony,” he said.

The problem was broad enough to require a government response, said Art Gilliland, senior vice president of enterprise security products group at Hewlett-Packard Co.

“Success begets success,” said Steve Ward, senior director at iSight Partners, a cyber threat intelligence firm. “You can think of it as a watershed event. It’s one in a trend that has already occurred and one that is likely to occur.”  

(Editing by Lisa Shumaker)

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Journalist sues over arrest at protest in Ferguson, Missouri

By Daniel Wallis

(Reuters) – A Washington-based journalist has sued St. Louis County and one of its police lieutenants, saying his rights were violated when he was arrested while covering protests over the killing of an unarmed black teenager by a white police officer in Ferguson, court papers showed.

Gerald Yingst, a reporter and producer with News2Share, also accuses police of defaming him by announcing his arrest on Twitter and saying he had refused a commander’s order to clear the street, damaging his professional reputation.

A St. Louis Police Department spokesman referred enquires about the lawsuit to the St. Louis County counselor’s office. No one answered calls placed there on Thursday evening.

Yingst was one of two people detained on Nov. 22 during one of the nightly protests outside the Ferguson police department as a grand jury mulled whether to charge Darren Wilson with the shooting death in August of 18-year-old Michael Brown.

The grand jury eventually declined to indict the officer, prompting two days of violent demonstrations in the St. Louis suburb, as well as wider protests and national soul-searching over policing.

Yingst’s lawsuit, filed on Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Missouri, names St. Louis Police Lieutenant James Vollmer as a defendant and says he is being sued in his individual capacity. It also sues St. Louis County for allegedly failing to train and supervise Vollmer, and for defamation.

The lawsuit says Yingst was standing on the sidewalk outside the police headquarters, recording attempts by officers to clear protesters from the street, when Vollmer allegedly pointed at Yingst and told a group of patrolmen to “lock him up.”

Protesters and other reporters standing alongside Yingst on the sidewalk were not arrested, it said. “No reasonable officer would have believed that Defendant Vollmer had probable cause to cause Yingst’s arrest,” the lawsuit added.

Shortly afterward, the police department tweeted, using the journalist’s official Twitter handle: “@TreyYingst reporter from D.C. taken into custody for failure to disperse. Was asked to leave street by the commander and refused. #Ferguson.”

The lawsuit, which was filed for Yingst by attorneys from the American Civil Liberties Union, accuses the county of publicly disclosing information that it knew to be false, and of harming the reporter’s professional reputation in the process.

(Reporting by Daniel Wallis in Denver; Editing by Mohammad Zargham)

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