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Friday, January 30, 2015

A 70-year-old black veteran got arrested by a cop for using a golf club as a cane

The Seattle Police Department is reviewing the conduct of an officer after she arrested an elderly black man who was using a golf club as a cane. Posting online, the officer also characterized civil unrest in Ferguson, Mo., as "chronic black racism."

Seattle police released dashcam footage of the July encounter on Wednesday.

"You swung that golf club at me when I turned the corner at 11th and Pike," Officer Cynthia Whitlatch said to 70-year-old William Wingate before arresting him.

The alleged club-swinging is not shown in the 20-minute video which starts out with Whitlatch -- who is white -- repeatedly yelling at Wingate to drop the golf club, calling it a "weapon" at one point. Wingate protests that he has been "walking with this golf club for 20 years."

The video was obtained by The Stranger through a public records request.


"You just swung that golf club at me!" Whitlatch said in the video.

"No, I did not!" Wingate replied.

Wingate, an Air Force veteran who has no criminal history, was eventually arrested and booked into jail, according to KIRO.

"I was scared," Wingate said, KIRO reported. "I didn't know what was going to happen to me. I knew one thing - I was being framed."

Wingate, a retired bus driver who served in the military for 20 years, said he doesn't know if he was racially profiled.

"I know one thing," he said. "I'm a black man walking down the street doing nothing and I got stopped and went to jail by a white police officer."

He has filed a claim with the City of Seattle, asking for damages of more than $750,000.

"Mr. Wingate's physicians and family members and friend will attest to the emotional distress caused by the racial profiling, arrest, and incarceration of this man, whose only crime was "walking in Seattle while black,'" the claim says in part.

Seattle police have apologized to Wingate and dropped the original misdemeanor charge of unlawful use of a weapon.


"The Mayor believes that these incidents are unfortunate and disappointing," said Viet Shelton, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray's communications director, according to The Stranger.

"He supports [Police] Chief [Kathleen] O'Toole's decision to call for a comprehensive review of the overall conduct and performance of the officer involved."

O'Toole announced the review of Whitlatch on Wednesday.

Whitlatch is one of the Seattle Police Department officers who filed a federal lawsuit against the city's use of force policies, KIRO reported.


Seattle police said a complaint over the arrest was filed with the Office of Professional Accountability.

"The officer who made the arrest received counseling from her supervisor, a course of action that the department believes to be an appropriate resolution," the Seattle Police Department said in a statement.

Whitlatch has not been disciplined for behavior in the past, Seattle police said, adding that there was no racial bias involved in Wingate's arrest.

"He should feel confident walking with a golf club in hand anywhere near the East Precinct," spokesperson Sgt. Sean Whitcomb said. "He should absolutely not be concerned."

Commenting on Facebook, Whitlatch called civil unrest in Ferguson, Missouri following the police shooting on an unarmed black teenager "chronic black racism," as pointed out by The Stranger.

"I am tired of black peoples [sic] paranoia that white people are out to get them," she wrote. "I am tired of hearing a black racist tell me the only reason they are being contacted is because they are black solely because I am NOT black."


After Facebook user Brian Davis responded, Whitlatch called him "another black racist."

The Seattle Police Department is also battling criticism over the seemingly wanton use of pepper spray on a crowd marching through the city on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, as RT has reported.


A high school history teacher, Jesse Hagopian, was directly in front of the spraying officer. He filed a claim against the city on Wednesday, nine days after the incident occurred during an anti-police brutality protest on the holiday named for the slain civil rights leader.



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Big companies are shocked by their greatest losses

As Japanese exporters enjoy an earnings boost from the weakened yen, their rivals in South Korea are struggling with a stronger won. Hyundai Motor's net income fell 14 percent in 2014, the biggest decline since 2008.

The automaker's subsidiary, Kia Motors, suffered a 22 percent drop in profits, with earnings in the fourth quarter collapsing 54 percent. The picture isn't bright for Korean retailers, either. Consumers are spending less at department stores Lotte Shopping and Shinsegae.

The bad results are adding to worries that the South Korean economy may soon stumble into a Japan-style deflationary trap. Consumer prices rose just 0.8 percent in December compared with a year earlier, and Samsung Securities expects prices in 2015 to rise less than 1 percent. From last October to December, the economy grew 0.4 percent over the previous quarter, and domestic demand contracted 0.6 percent. "Korea's economic momentum faded quickly at the end of last year," Mark Walton, a senior economist with BNP Paribas, wrote in a Jan. 27 report. "The breadth of the slowdown hints at a deep-seated malaise."

Koreans can thank Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for their country's funk. Because of Abenomics, the yen has declined by about 50 percent against the dollar since late 2012. While Abe's policies have yet to revive growth in Japan, they have helped the bottom lines of Japanese multinationals like Toyota and Sony, which compete with Korean exporters.


Even as the yen has plummeted against the dollar, the value of the South Korean won against the greenback is about the same as it was in late 2012. The Korean currency is trading around a six-year high against the yen. And since Koreans and Japanese are direct competitors in several industries, the currency swings have hammered Korea's exporters. "To maintain competitiveness, Korean firms have tried to match (and recently even exceeded) price cuts by Japanese exporters," HSBC economists Frederic Neumann and Ronald Man wrote in a report published Jan. 23. "Manufacturers are cutting back on prices to protect sales, and have also started to reduce" capital expenditures. The ingredients needed for a deflationary economy are all there: Once companies start skimping on investments at home, wage growth softens. "This, in turn, provides a drag on consumption," wrote the HSBC economists. "And so the cycle begins."

Korea's consumers are stretched, with household debt at 87 percent of GDP, the highest in Asia. Unfortunately for Koreans looking to policymakers for solutions, the government and the central bank can't agree on the extent of the problem. The Bank of Korea on Jan. 15 lowered its 2015 GDP growth forecast to 3.4 percent, but the next day the nation's vice finance minister insisted the government was sticking with its forecast of 3.8 percent growth. Even the central bank's lower number is too optimistic for some private-sector economists. Samsung Securities expects growth of 3 percent, while BNP Paribas puts it at 2.8 percent.

Only 30 percent of South Koreans approve of the performance of President Park Geun Hye, Gallup Korea announced on Jan. 23. The same day, Park replaced her prime minister with Lee Wan Koo, a leader of the ruling party. "I will devote myself to reviving the economy as prime minister," Lee told reporters. The government already has plans for some stimulus, with a record 375.4 trillion won ($346 billion) budget this year. A chunk of the budget will provide extra funds for education, defense, and higher welfare payments.

The Bank of Korea lowered its benchmark lending rate to 2 percent in October, the fifth cut since July 2012, which put rates back to their level during the financial crisis. The bank needs to cut rates further, says BNP's Walton, citing the disinflationary pressures on Korea. "As the Japanese experience has shown," Walton wrote in his report, "if ignored, this downward spiral in inflation and expectations can easily become intractable."



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An independent group of 40 people arrested during a meeting - Austria

Hollenbach, Austria - They separate themselves from society, don't accept any kind of authority or government agency, and even want to make their own laws: Supporters of the cult-like One People's Public Trust assembled last Monday in Hollenbach, Austria.

Under the guise of a "summer festival" they wanted to hold some kind of a "court trial", pronounce their own judgements, and even enforce it at the same time.

But it wouldn't come to that. On Monday morning, 60 police officers raided the Walknerhof farm in Hollenbach. 200 supporters of the alleged cult had settled down in the desolate farm. Members of this cult had been under police surveillance in the days before. In the internet videos are circulating showing supporters engaging in verbal fights with the police officers who only wanted to keep the situation calm. The local town hall had previously declared this assembly as illegal.

Because these cult-apostles do not recognize any earthly authority and call themselves "sovereigns", many of them did not carry identity cards. Fourty persons were arrested because they couldn't show their identities. Two police officers were injured because two persons resisted arrest. Apart from that, the identification of the other adherents was calm because the police managed to contain any escalation.

It is unclear which charges could be faced by those arrested. Officials of the district attourney were also present.

The supporters deny any authority of the state. They appear as international organization and say that Austria is nothing more than a company or firm, and deny any legal order. Their members call themselves "sheriffs", "sovereigns" or "deputies". They call their own law "common law". For this reason, they call their courthouse the "International Common Law Court of Justice".

They justify their self-written "warrants" with reasons of "crimes against benevolence", "exploitation", "fraud" and "slavery" (!).





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Israeli psychologist Dr. Rotem Avituv's unleashed the anger of PEGIDA manifestants

At a recent PEGIDA (Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamization of the West) rally in Frankfurt, Israeli psychologist Dr. Rotem Avituv gave a disturbing speech that evoked the rhetoric of the Nazi era. Wrapped in a German flag with an Israeli flag apparently fluttering close by, Avituv told the cheering crowd:

"We will stand together and deal with the real Nazis. The Nazis are inside the Islam mentality. In those who want to sell Germany for votes ... you are the true spirit of Germany, Islam wants to take you and drink from the milk of Germany. But they're not Germans, they do not love you. they love themselves. For many years I have looked at Germany...never feel ashamed of yourselves, not even because of the past, you and I are one, we are brothers! The Muslims say we are Islamophobe, yes! I am Islamophobe, because phobia is fear and I am afraid of murder, I am afraid to be raped, I want Germany to be safe...F@$# you, we are stronger, we will win!"


According to his linkedin page, Avituv is a cognitive behavioral psychologist at Netanya Academic College, where he specializes in CBT, REBT, anxiety disorders, OCD and depression.

Another speaker and PEGIDA member was the 'brave German woman' Heidi Mund who received global attention last year when she went to a German chuch that was hosting a Muslim prayer service and shouted from a balcony "Jesus Christ alone is lord over Germany, I break this curse!" Mund has since been feted on the US-based Christian Broadcast Network, where viewers were asked to pray for her.

PEGIDA was founded in October 2014 by Lutz Bachmann and since then has been organizing weekly demonstrations against what it considers the 'Islamization of the Western world'. Bachmann, who has a criminal record for sixteen burglaries, drunk driving, dealing cocaine, and assault, was forced to resign as leader of the organization in January 2015 after he posted the following picture on his Facebook page with the caption: "He is back."



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"Get out of here, you low-life scum," Sen. John McCain said to demonstrators who interrupted a congressional hearing in Washington on Thursday.

"Get out of here, you low-life scum," Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona) said to demonstrators who interrupted a congressional hearing in Washington on Thursday. Former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger was scheduled to speak at the hearing.

C-SPAN was broadcasting the morning hearing of the United States Senate Armed Services Committee, chaired by McCain, and caught the senior lawmaker live on camera as he verbally unloaded on protesters from the DC-based group Code Pink.

Kissinger, who is best known for his role in the administration of President Richard Nixon during the height of the Vietnam War, encountered jeers from the protesters as soon as he entered the Senate chamber.


"Arrest Henry Kissinger for war crimes!" activists chanted as the statesman walked before the committee and took a seat alongside the hearing's other witnesses: former Secretaries of State Madeline Albright and George Shultz. All three were in attendance to testify at a hearing concerning global challenges as they apply to US national security strategy.

At least seven members of Code Pink were at the hearing and promptly ordered out by McCain as they unfurled protest signs.

"Could someone find out where the Capitol Police is?" the committee chair said.

As the melee subsided, McCain addressed the incident by saying, "I've been a member of this committee for many years, and I've never seen anything as disgraceful and outrageous and despicable as the last demonstration."

"Get out of here, you low-life scum," McCain added as another protester was removed. The lawmaker's comment was met with a subtle round of applause from within the room. McCain then saluted Kissinger and said he "apologizes profusely."

"What's really disgraceful is @SenJohnMcCain welcoming murdering liar Kissinger to Senate hearing as if he had any ethical credibility," Code Pink activists wrote on Twitter after the hearing. "Kissinger is the biggest unindicted criminal of the 20th century. He should be tried at the Hague."

Two days earlier, Code Pink protesters were kicked out of a Senate Committee on Finance hearing after they interrupted proceedings to speak up against a proposed trade agreement that activists say is being negotiated in secret.

"The First Amendment guarantees your right to express your views, but we have to allow civil discussion to occur in the context of this hearing," Sen. Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah), the chairman of that committee, said during Tuesday's hearing.



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U.S. "fighting" its own terror group with fictional leaders

US claims to be waging war against "Islamic State" whose various "al-Baghdadi" leaders do not exist.

In 2007, the New York Times revealed that long-vilified "Islamic State" leader Abdullah Rashid al-Baghdadi did not exist, and that the creation of this fictional character was a ruse to obfuscate the role of foreigners in the creation and perpetuation of "Al Qaeda in Iraq."

Brigadier General Kevin Bergner, the chief American military spokesman, said the elusive Baghdadi was actually a fictional character whose audio-taped declarations were provided by an elderly actor named Abu Adullah al-Naima.In an article titled, "Leader of Al Qaeda group in Iraq was fictional, U.S. military says," the NYT reports.

The NYT would also reveal the purpose of the deception:
The ruse, Bergner said, was devised by Abu Ayub al-Masri, the Egyptian-born leader of Al Qaeda in Mesopotamia, who was trying to mask the dominant role that foreigners play in that insurgent organization.
The ploy was to invent Baghdadi, a figure whose very name establishes his Iraqi pedigree, install him as the head of a front organization called the Islamic State of Iraq and then arrange for Masri to swear allegiance to him. Ayman al-Zawahiri, Osama bin Laden's deputy, sought to reinforce the deception by referring to Baghdadi in his video and Internet statements.
The admission by US military leaders, reported in the NYT, reveals that the so-called "Islamic State" was nothing more than an appendage of Al Qaeda - with Al Qaeda itself directly armed, funded, and backed by stalwart US allies, Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Despite the NYT and the Pentagon's admissions, the entire ruse has continued, on an exponential scale.

US Intentionally Raised and Unleashed Al Qaeda Upon Iraq and Syria

Al Qaeda's current presence in Iraq and Syria, and their leading role in the fight against the Iranian-leaning government's of Damascus and Baghdad, are the present-day manifestation of a Western criminal conspiracy exposed as early as 2007. Revealed by two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh in his 2007 article, "The Redirection: Is the Administration's new policy benefiting our enemies in the war on terrorism?" it was stated explicitly that (emphasis added):

To undermine Iran, which is predominantly Shiite, the Bush Administration has decided, in effect, to reconfigure its priorities in the Middle East. In Lebanon, the Administration has coöperated with Saudi Arabia's government, which is Sunni, in clandestine operations that are intended to weaken Hezbollah, the Shiite organization that is backed by Iran. The U.S. has also taken part in clandestine operations aimed at Iran and its ally Syria. A by-product of these activities has been the bolstering of Sunni extremist groups that espouse a militant vision of Islam and are hostile to America and sympathetic to Al Qaeda.

While the NYT attempted to shift blame to sponsors in "Pakistan" in 2007, the paper itself, along with many others across the West's vast media monopolies, have since then admitted that America's closest allies in the Middle East are behind Al Qaeda in Syria and Iraq, not "Pakistan." Hersh would go on to document in his 9-page report, the West and its regional partners intentional engineering of a devastating, regional sectarian bloodbath.

The Daily Beast would report in an article literally titled, "America's Allies Are Funding ISIS," that:
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), now threatening Baghdad, was funded for years by wealthy donors in Kuwait, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia, three U.S. allies that have dual agendas in the war on terror.

The extremist group that is threatening the existence of the Iraqi state was built and grown for years with the help of elite donors from American supposed allies in the Persian Gulf region. There, the threat of Iran, Assad, and the Sunni-Shiite sectarian war trumps the U.S. goal of stability and moderation in the region.
Unfortunately for the spin doctors at the Daily Beast, the fact that this "threat of Iran, Assad, and the Sunni-Shiite sectarian war," has already been revealed as a joint enterprise not only among Persian Gulf autocracies, but in fact, led by the United States itself, means that Al Qaeda's expansion in Syria and Iraq, is the verbatim manifestation of the conspiracy warned about by Hersh in 2007.

Baghdadi Ruse Not Only to Hide "Foreign" role, but to Hide US-Saudi Involvement

Today, another "al-Baghdadi" allegedly leads the "Islamic State." His existence and leadership role is also unconfirmed and the likelihood that Al Qaeda's "Baghdadi ruse" is simply being repeated, amid feigned and complicit ignorance by the Pentagon, is all but confirmed. Not only does the "Islamic State's" leader appear to be entirely fictional, but so is ISIS itself. It is nothing more than the rebranding of Al Qaeda, working seamlessly with other Western and Persian Gulf-backed militant fronts including Al Nusra, for the explicit goal of overthrowing the government of Syria and using the despoiled nation as a staging ground for a similar proxy war to be waged upon Iran.

The United States, bombing a fictional terrorist organization led by a non-existent, fictional character, is at the very heart of the ruse described by the NYT in 2007, a ruse that continues to present day. The goal is not to eliminate ISIS, but to use the fictional front as a pretext to further intervene on behalf of real militant extremists forming the core of the joint US-NATO-Saudi proxy front for the purpose of overthrowing the government in Damascus.

Attempts to portray ISIS as an "indigenous" movement sprung from the Iraqi and Syrian deserts, is to obfuscate the fact that Al Qaeda is currently harbored by NATO in nearby Turkey, and the summation of its support, fighters, weapons, and cash flows from NATO territory, not "seized oilfields" in Syria or from amongst local populations.

This reality comes into sharper focus considering other recent reports that so-called "ISIS" territory has in fact, doubled in the wake of US airstrikes, not shrunk. Fox News reports in their article, "ISIS control of Syria reportedly expands since start of US-led airstrikes," that:

The Islamic State terror group reportedly has increased the amount of territory they control in Syria as the U.S.-led bombing campaign approaches its four-month anniversary.

The Wall Street Journal, citing U.S. government and independent assessments, say that the Islamic State, commonly known as ISIS, has control of a large swath of northeastern Syria and is creeping toward key cities in the country's west, including Aleppo, a center of the uprising against Syrian President Bashar Assad.

At face value, it would seem as if US policy has failed utterly, if in fact its goal was to truly neutralize ISIS. But with ISIS a fictional creation led by non-existent leaders, and the stated goal of the US being the overthrow of the Syrian government, the doubling of territory held by Al Qaeda, and Al Qaeda's approach to cities like Aleppo on the brink of being liberated by Syrian troops, it is clear that America's presence in Syria - not to mention in neighboring Iraq - is to support, not stop these terrorist forces.

Recognizing the West's role in Syria as unprecedented, deplorable, genocidal state-sponsorship of terrorism, and treating the terrorist fronts operating in and along Syria's borders as a foreign incursion, may allow Syria and its allies to reveal current military operations as a massive counter-terrorism effort, not a "civil war," and allowing for more open support for the government in Damascus to ensure this effort succeeds.



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Skin patches will allow human to charge phones or computers

In the sci-fi classic The Matrix, one of the film's most bananas moments reveals that futuristic machines are using cocooned human bodies as a kind of bioelectric power source. Those rascally science fiction writers - always with the crazy concepts.

Well, it turns out the people-as-batteries scenario is actually well on its way. A new device unveiled last week at a European research conference is designed to do just that - tapping the energy of human body to generate power for wearable computers and devices.

The postage-stamp sized generator, developed by researchers at the National University of Singapore, actuall y leverages the power of static electricity. When certain kinds of dissimilar surfaces are put in close contact, an electrical charge builds that can be harvested when the surfaces are flexed or pulled apart.

The phenomenon is called the triboelectric effect, and the new device radically miniaturizes the approach by using nanoscale elements - plus the wearer's skin itself as one of the opposing surfaces. The research was presented at this year's IEEE MEMS 2015 conference in Portugal.

"Skin, the most abundant surface on a human body, is a natural choice for one of the triboelectric layers," says researcher Lokesh Dhakar in the IEEE Spectrum report. For the opposing surface, the research team developed a thin silicone layer covered with thousands of flexible pillar-like structures. A nanoscale layer of gold film acts as the device's electrode.

The researchers tested the device by attaching it to subjects' forearms and throats. Muscle movements triggered by everyday activities like speaking or grasping objects generated enough friction to power up to 12 commercial LEDs.

Observers prone to paranoia about these things may note that, in this instance, the machines are literally going for our throats. Anyway, I'm sure it will all work out fine.




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