Terrific Trio Duke, Striker & Collett Together Exposing The Zio Drive to Destroy European Mankind!

Terrific Trio Duke, Striker & Collett Together Exposing The Zio Drive to Destroy European Mankind!


Today Dr. Duke had a panel discussion with British author Mark Collett and Daily Stormer journalist Eric Striker. They talked about the based Negro gentleman Louis Farrakhan, the Russia Hoax, the Jewish role in immigration, the damage that Jewish corporate culture has done to the black race, the Muslim problem in Britain, and much much more. Dr. Slattery also added commentary.

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Re: Israel army trying to ‘drive Palestinians out’ in southern Hebron Hills, says NGO

The Israeli army is imposing “harsh travel restrictions” in an effort to “drive Palestinians out” in the southern Hebron Hills area of the occupied West Bank, according to human rights NGO B’Tselem.

Since the beginning of November 2017, B’Tselem says, Israeli occupation forces have targeted Palestinian communities of Masafer Yatta with restrictions including road blocks, and then “deep, wide ditches” that “prevent any sort of accesses by vehicle” on “several roads in the area”.

These movement restrictions compel Palestinian residents “to walk long distances, sometimes in harsh weather, or to drive along rough routes that damage their cars and cannot be used to transport bulk goods.”

“The [Palestinian] residents of Masafer Yatta have been suffering incessant harassment by Israel for decades,” says the Israeli rights group.

Israel does not allow them to connect to infrastructure and repeatedly demolishes their homes, in an attempt to drive them out of the area.

“Forcible transfer of residents constitutes a war crime,” B’Tselem added.

Such forcible transfer can be said to have occurred, the group continues, “even if the residents of these communities leave their homes, supposedly of their own volition, due to the unbearable living conditions that Israel’s policy is forcing upon them”.

Read: Life under occupation in Hebron

Source Article from https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/20180205-israel-army-trying-to-drive-palestinians-out-in-southern-hebron-hills-says-ngo/#comment-3743418694

Migrants in Italy ‘targeted’ in drive-by shooting

Several people were left injured following a shooting spree on Via dei Velini and Via Spalato, reported La Repubblica. One man has now been arrested in connection with the Saturday morning attack, according to police.

Italian police have confirmed that all the victims are of foreign descent, following suggestions in the Italian press that the shootings were racially motivated, with at least four of the victims said to be African migrants.

Corriere is reporting that one police line of inquiry is that it could be a revenge attack for the death of Pamela Mastropietro. The 18-year-old’s dismembered body was recently found in two suitcases on the outskirts of the city. A 29-year-old man from Nigeria has been charged with her murder, reported ANSA news.

Earlier, Macerata Mayor Romano Carancini announced a shut down of schools and offices while the armed assailant remained at large.

“There’s an armed man in a car shooting in town,” Carancini said in a Facebook post. “We stopped public transport. We asked schools to keep children inside until further notice. It is recommended not to pick them up until further notice.”

Italian police also sent a tweet warning residents to stay indoors.

“Gunshots in Macerata. There are wounded. Police operation in progress. Stay in shelter and avoid outdoor areas,” it read.

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Leaked Video Shows US Troops Doing a Drive-By Shooting on Afghan Civilians

On the 5th of April, 2010, WikiLeaks released a classified US military video which showed the indiscriminate murder of over a dozen people in the Iraqi suburb of New Baghdad—including two Reuters journalists. This video served as a wake-up call to Americans who remained willfully ignorant of the horrors of war. Now, another video has surfaced showing that US troops are still assuring that there will be a steady production of “terrorists” for years to come.

This week, a video was leaked to Politico allegedly showing a US troop firing a shotgun into the cab of a civilian truck. There appears to be no combat situation taking place and the fired shot is seemingly unprovoked and nothing short of attempted murder.

U.S. commanders have since launched an investigation into the video as it appears that the person firing the round most likely violated the military’s rules of engagement. It also serves to set back the little—if any—progress the US has made inside Afghanistan.

As Politico reports, the shooting briefly appears during a gritty montage of combat footage allegedly recorded by U.S. troops battling the Islamic State’s Afghan affiliate. An anonymous user recently uploaded the video to YouTube under the title “Happy Few Ordnance Symphony,” then quickly removed it.

“The amateur video posted on a public website gives us serious concern,” the U.S. Central Command told POLITICO in a statement. “The video in question is not official, not authorized and does not represent the professionalism of the service members of U.S. Central Command.

“We are conducting an investigation into this video, and will take appropriate actions as a result of this investigation,” it added.

According to the report,

The 3-minute, 9-second video doesn’t say where it was recorded, but the YouTube caption suggested it was shot in 2017. In the past year, U.S. troops have been engaged in intense combat with the Islamic State in Nangarhar Province, the group’s main Afghan stronghold, where teams of special operations advisers are fighting alongside elite Afghan troops to wrest key districts from the militants.

The troops in the video wear uniforms typical of U.S. special operations forces like the Green Berets, SEALs, Rangers and Marine Raiders, and are seen firing machine guns, grenade launchers, rockets, miniguns, mortars and calling in air or artillery strikes. The video, which is also set to music, is typical of the unauthorized combat montages that some troops create to share among themselves, often using footage shot from helmet-mounted video cameras.

But in addition to the rare glimpse of such shadowy operations up close, the brief scene of the truck shooting, 20 seconds in, sets it apart.

The clip in question shows a military vehicle approaching a truck with a white cab and black cargo cabin, of the type Afghans often call “Jingle trucks.” Military sources identified the first vehicle to POLITICO as a version of the M-ATV armored vehicle specially outfitted for special operations forces.

Based on the footage, it was not clear if the driver was hit with the round. Also, although the video appears to show the recoil of the shotgun, no casing can be seen exiting the weapon. But the window is clearly broken out as the vehicles pass each other.

“With the shotgun engagement, you figure it is a lethal round, as you are in combat, but from the video you cannot conclusively determine,” one former special operator with experience in Nangarhar said. “It could readily have been a beanbag, hammer, or other non-lethal round, as when it hits glass you are going to get a similar effect.”

“It may have been an operator not doing the right thing and firing a non-lethal round just to be a dick,” a veteran told Politico.

Even if this troop was “being a dick,” there appears to be no reason for the shooting and the US Central Command is expressing their outrage.

“I have reviewed the video and I am disappointed and also concerned that the American people, our Coalition partners, the Afghan government, and the Afghan people will believe that American service members are callous and indifferent to the horrors of war or the suffering of innocent people trapped in conflict,” Army Gen. Joseph Votel, the head of Central Command added in a statement Wednesday. “I can assure you that this video does not represent the professionalism or humanity of the men and women of U.S. Central Command. We reject the unprofessional and callous message this video conveys.”



Source Article from http://thefreethoughtproject.com/leaked-video-footage-shows-us-troops-drive-shooting-afghan-civilians/

Nissan Leaf 2.0: What’s it like to drive?

Unlike his Fully Charged co-host Robert Llewellyn, Jonny Smith actually likes cars. So it’s always interesting—even for a non-car dude like me—to hear what he has to say about the ever growing number of electric cars that are coming onto our roads. In this latest episode, he gets behind the wheel of the new Nissan Leaf 2.0—the launch of which we wrote about last year—and takes it for an decent spin around the crowded streets of Yokohama.

You should watch the full episode for all of the details, but here’s a summary of his findings:

—the aesthetics, while not exactly thrilling, are a significant improvement on the first generation
—acceleration is greatly improved, as is handling
—the trunk (sorry Jonny, boot!) is considerably larger than the first Leaf
—outside of the US, Nissan is claiming a real-world range of 200 miles or so (see below for caveats)
—the one pedal driving feature, which greatly increases regenerative braking to make brake pedal use largely unnecessary, works as advertise, although Jonny is not a fan
—and Jonny is clearly also a skeptic of semi-autonomous driving and parking, so his less-than-enthusiastic review of those features should probably be taken with a pinch of salt

That’s the summary. He does a good job of sharing the real world experience of driving the next version of what has become a gateway electric vehicle for so many of us around the world. (You can see my experiences with a second hand, first generation Leaf here.) The only thing I’d caution is that real world range is being talked about more like 150 to 160 miles here in the US, even though this is exactly the same car. We already know that European testing cycles are considerably more generous, but I still get confused why real world range would differ so much from territory to territory. My guess—and this is only a guess—is that European and Japanese drivers spend more time in urban environments and relatively slow traffic. In the US, where we may drive more highway miles, we’re likely to not get quite as much range out of the same sized battery.

Anyhow, like Robert Llewellyn, I don’t really have a mind for the technical, automotive details. So check out Jonny’s review below and—if you feel so inclined—support Fully Charged with a buck or two through Patreon.

Source Article from https://www.treehugger.com/cars/nissan-leaf-20-whats-it-drive.html

Bellcycle is a weird front-wheel drive bike that you assemble yourself

With a totally unique upright riding position, front wheel drive, and the ability to assemble it in different configurations, the Bellcycle might just be weird enough to catch on.

I’ve been sitting on this post for quite some time now, waiting for the actual campaign to be launched, but it’s just so dang cool that I can’t wait any longer. And even though I’m already the proud owner of 3 very well used bikes and have never bought a bike without riding it first, I’m seriously considering one of these.

The Bellcycle, which is the brainchild of Alex Bell, a cyclist in NYC, is completely different from just about any other bike out there, except for perhaps the penny farthing, and its compact design, modular nature, and distinctive riding style are a fresh take on bicycle design. It’s not only the configuration of the bike that is different, it’s the idea behind it that really stands out.

Bellcycle© Bellcycles

“The goal of this project is to create a bicycle which is smaller, cheaper, and more modular than “regular” bicycles. It can be assembled from a variety of materials and does not require any welding. You can build it in a NYC apartment or an Antarctic research station.” – Hackaday

According to the Bellcycles website, the bike will be able to be built into a two-wheeler, a tricycle, a cargo bike, or an e-bike, depending on the rider’s needs, and although it will be sold in kit format, the 100+ piece bike will be able to be built with just a few tools. Learning to ride the completed bike is said to take a little bit of practice, and cyclists can expect to ride it “a few hours before they are riding in traffic.”

You’ve got questions, I’ve got questions, everybody has questions about the Bellcycle.

It’s different. It’s fun. It’s weird.

At this point, the design of the bike isn’t better than a conventional bike, according to the website, but as Bell writes, “it has some characteristics that could make it smaller. That could make it simpler. That could make it cheaper. That could make it modular.”

The Bellcycle is open source, modular, and looks to be DIY enough to appeal to the cycle-hackers and pedal-powered experimenters, as well as those looking for a new mechanical and physical challenge, and those who just want to ride a bike that turns heads. It’s also got a strange and yet somehow effective drivetrain:

Bellcycle specifications © Bellcycles

Here’s a full playlist from Bell that gives a lot more details on the bike:

This penny farthing-ish bike isn’t for sale yet, and it isn’t even in the crowdfunding phase, but rumor has it that a campaign is in the works. If you want to stay in the know about Bellcycles, there’s an email signup form on the website, or follow along on Facebook or Twitter.

Source Article from https://www.treehugger.com/bikes/bellcycle-weird-bike-you-build-yourself.html

Residents Outraged As Video Shows Cop Kill Unarmed Man in Drive-By Shooting Fashion

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San Francisco, CA — San Francisco residents attending a town hall meeting became outraged after police admitted that an unarmed man was shot and killed by a rookie officer in an incident that was carried out in the style of a drive-by shooting.

The unnamed officer had been on the job for just four days when he opened fire on Keita O’Neil, 42, from the passenger window of a patrol car at around 10:30 a.m. on Dec. 1. The Body Cam footage was recently released, and it shows that there was only a matter of seconds between the time the patrol car pulled up to O’Neil, and the time the officer fired the fatal shot.

According to a report from The Mercury News, police officials claimed O’Neil was “suspected of assaulting a California Lottery employee and stealing a van that belongs to the agency.”  Officers then “chased the van and another SUV seen traveling with it to an area of public housing where O’Neil was shot.”

Police claim that O’Neil was driving the Lottery van, when he jumped out of it while it was still running, and then ran towards their patrol car. They also noted that the four individuals in the SUV took a different route, were stopped by police and arrested, and have since been released with no charges.

More than 50 residents attended the town hall meeting, many of whom had questions about the shooting, and when they watched the Body Cam footage from the shooting for the first time, KTVU reported that they responded with “gasps, cries and angry shouts.”

Murder! That was murder,” Several residents began shouting after they saw the footage, which was live-streamed on the San Francisco Examiner’s Facebook page.

“They hate us! They hate us! They hate us!” shouted San Francisco resident Gwendolyn Woods, the mother of Mario Woods. Her 26-year-old son was shot and killed by police in the same neighborhood on Dec. 2, 2015—almost two years to the day before the shooting that killed O’Neil.

The Mission Local reported that Gwendolyn Woods also called out Police Chief Bill Scott, who has been head of the department for less than a year.

“What are you going to do?” Woods shouted. “Because the way that baby (O’Neil) and my baby (Woods), Kenneth Harding, Idriss Stelley, Alex Nieto … the way they were done—you’d better question it!”

Phelicia Jones, an activist and member of the group “Wealth and Disparities in the Black Community – Justice 4 Mario Woods,” told KTVU that judging by “several officer-involved shootings in recent years, racist texting scandals” and the hiring of Police Chief Scott, she believes there are a number of ways in which the San Francisco Police Department still struggles with racism.

“OK, so we have a black police chief—that’s good, but what changed?” Jones said. “For us, nothing has changed.”

The text accompanying the Body Cam footage claimed that the San Francisco Police Department was attempting to increase transparency by requiring their officers to use Body Cameras, and by releasing the footage to the public. However, it should be noted that the officer who fired the fatal shot was the only one whose Body Cam was turned on, according to the department.

“The release of this video and other information is not to be understood to provide any evidence that a conclusion has been reached in this investigation. As with all evidence, video evidence from body worn cameras may contribute to an understanding of an event or interaction, but to fully understand an encounter or an event, other evidence is always necessary.

This is an active and ongoing investigation in the early stages. All information is preliminary. Separate investigations are being conducted by the SFPD Homicide Detail, Internal Affairs Division, the SF District Attorney’s Independent Investigation’s Bureau and the Department of Police Accountability.”

Keita O’Neil was unarmed when he was shot by the officer, and he was pronounced dead after he was taken to a hospital. The name of the officer, as well as his status of employment with the department following the shooting, have not yet been released.

Watch the Body Camera footage below:

Source Article from http://thefreethoughtproject.com/video-shows-cop-kill-unarmed-man-driveby-shooting/