Just News – The Alex Jones Channel – Federal Officer Talks About Trump’s War On Pedophiles/The Pope Is Purging Anti-Pedophiles

The Alex Jones Channel – Federal Officer Talks About Trump’s War On Pedophiles/The Pope Is Purging Anti-Pedophiles

Alex Jones talks with former Navy SEAL Craig Sawyer and Leo Zagami about how Donald Trump is taking on and destroying the global pedophile network.

RT – Online ‘pedophile hunters’ told to join police force
Members of vigilante ‘pedophile hunter’ groups could be made special constables to help officers in their online search for child sex groomers, a police and crime commissioner has suggested.
Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent Jeff Cuthbert told BBC Wales that the groups, which track down and confront groomers then post the video on social media, were “intent on playing what they see as their part,” and saying they had secured many convictions.

“What we don’t know is how many potential perpetrators have got away with it because it’s not been done properly, or walked away because it’s not stood up in court, so it’s a question of balance,” he said.

Welcome to Pedophile Island
Douglas Hughes says if elected he would rid the state of all pedophiles. Hughes has even set up a plan on his website to detail how the pedophiles would set up their island. So Alyona decided to go to the man himself to see how he thinks a Pedophile Island would work out.

NYPD insider reveals Hillary’s trips to Pedo Island
Infowars reporter Joe Biggs breaks down info from an NYPD source who spoke with Breitbart today and said emails showed Hillary went to pedo island 6 times with convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein. Bill Clinton went more than 20 times

Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s island hide-away for Pedophilia ring exposed
The original air date of this show was on January 25, 2015 Hour two. To download the entire show click here http://flowofwisdom.com/podcast-2/ Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein’s island hide-away for Pedophilia ring exposed. His private jet was used by former U.S. President Clinton and members of the Royal family according to flight records.

AMTV – Bill Clinton and Hillary Lolita Express Pedophilia Ring
In today’s video, Christopher Greene of AMTV breaks down the connection between convicted felon Jefferey Epstein ‘known pedophile” and the Clinton’s. Will this be the next shoe to drop in the Wikileaks Podesta dump? We’ll find out this weekend in an Exclusive RT interview with the man himself Julian Assange.

AMTV – Donald Trump to Usher in Biblical World War 3
In today’s video, Christopher Greene of AMTV reports Donald Trump to Usher in Biblical World War 3.

The Official Hagmann Report – Gerald Celente Lays It All Out on The Hagmann Report 6/23/17
Gerald Celente says more about the domestic and geopolitical events taking place today in one segment than most “talking heads” do in an entire month of broadcasts. The foremost political atheist tells it like it is, taking no prisoners in the information-packed segment.
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RT: Mortar shell hits near RT crew filming in Aleppo humanitarian corridor

Mortar shell hits near RT crew filming in Aleppo humanitarian corridor
An RT crew covering the situation in Aleppo, Syria, has come under mortar fire. A shell landed some 15 meters from the crew, which was filming in a humanitarian corridor citizens wishing to leave the city can use.
A total of three shells apparently fired from the rebel-controlled part of Aleppo landed near a group of journalists from different outlets, including RT, the crew reported.
Throughout the morning there was heavy shelling of government checkpoints in the area, RT’s Murad Gazdiev said. There was then a lull, which prompted the journalists to believe that it would be safe to do their job in the open. However, they then came under fire.

Terrorists shell humanitarian corridor with mortars as civilians near Aleppo try to flee – reports
Islamist militants have shelled a ‘humanitarian corridor’ set up to allow civilians to escape from the eastern Aleppo, RIA Novosti reported. The shelling came amid a ceasefire declared the by Syrian military and Russian Air Force.
A general view taken with a drone shows Aleppo’s historic citadel, controlled by forces loyal to Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad, as seen from a rebel-held area of Aleppo, Syria, October 12, 2016. © Abdalrhman IsmailPlanned humanitarian pause in Aleppo extended by 3 hours, 8 corridors to open – Russian military
At least six mortar shells were fired into the ‘humanitarian corridor’ by militants in the Bustan al-Qasr neighborhood of eastern Aleppo. Small arms fire was also directed at a Syrian army checkpoint, RIA Novosti reported on Thursday.

Russian MoD livestreams from Aleppo as civilians leave militant-held areas
Livestream videos from web cameras installed along ‘humanitarian corridors’ in Aleppo, as well as real time drone footage, are now available at Russia’s MoD website, providing a closer look at what is happening in the city amid a provisional ceasefire.
Four web cameras have been set up on the western part of the Castello Road in Aleppo, showing ‘humanitarian corridors’ and a Syrian army checkpoint in the Marsharqa neighborhood.

The official website of the Russian Defence Ministry launches webcast of unmanned aerial vehicles and surveillance cameras demostrating insurgents’ withdrawal from Aleppo.
Online monitoring of situation in the area of Masharka checkpoint

‘Silent and lifeless’: Eerie 360 video of a Syrian city in ruins
RT has visited the Syrian city of Homs, which used to be home to over 600,000 people, but was turned into apocalyptic wasteland by years of fighting between the government, rebels and terrorist groups.
The ancient city is now “lifeless as far as the eye can see,” RT’s Murad Gadziev said as he walked through the ruins of Homs.

The toxic takeaway containers: Fast food lovers are exposed to 40% higher levels of chemicals that are known to disrupt hormones and have been linked to autism

Experts at the Milken Institute School of Public Health tested urine samples
– They found people who ate lots of fast food had higher level of phthalates
– Phthalates known to disrupt hormones and linked to asthma and autism

Read more at:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3537018/Fast-food-lovers-exposed-40-higher-levels-chemicals-known-disrupt-hormones-linked-autism.html

Study finds human breast milk containing high levels of bacteria is being sold online

Study finds human breast milk containing high levels of bacteria is being sold online

  • Nationwide Children’s Hospital, in Ohio, carried out study
  • Found 74 per cent of 101 samples from one site were potentially harmful
  • Lead researcher warns parents they cannot know where milk is from
  • Food and Drug Administration advises against using milk bought online

Online advertisers: unwittingly funding cybercriminals since 2011

Online advertisers: unwittingly funding cybercriminals since 2011

This is a guest post by Douglas de Jager, CEO of data analytics company Spider.io

Before 2011 online advertising fraud was regarded as a solved problem. Then in 2011 a mushrooming botnet ecosystem was born that changed the requirements for preventing online advertising fraud. This ecosystem makes the traditional statistical approaches to preventing online advertising fraud increasingly futile.

The ecosystem was born out of the leaked source code of arguably the most infamous botnet malware, Zeus. Online display advertisers are the victims of fraud, unwittingly funding this botnet ecosystem today. 

 

Before 2011 online advertising fraud — particularly fraud targeting pay-per-click advertising — was regarded as a solved problem, or at least a controllable problem. Best practices had been established and processes were in place. Let’s consider how this came to be.

2004 was the auspicious year of Google’s IPO. This was not just the first major technology IPO after the dot-com bubble burst. It was also the biggest technology IPO.

Despite the excitement over Google’s IPO, analysts at the time expressed reservations about Google’s ability to prevent advertising fraud. These reservations were addressed explicitly in Google’s SEC filing: “If we fail to detect click-through fraud, we could lose the confidence of our advertisers, thereby causing our business to suffer. We are exposed to the risk of fraudulent clicks on our ads by persons seeking to increase the advertising fees paid to our Google Network members. We have regularly refunded revenue that our advertisers have paid to us and that was later attributed to click-through fraud, and we expect to do so in the future.”

How much influence can the UN have over online spying?

“Brazil has 100 percent inconvenience, 0 percent security, and 0 percent privacy.”

  by       –    Sept 25 2013, 4:17am +0300

UNITED NATIONS—It’s not everyday that the Peace of Westphalia, which ended the Thirty Years War in mid-17th century Europe, is invoked when it comes to Internet policy.

But Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves did just that in a Monday keynote address at a side event as part of the United Nations General Assembly, which is currently underway this week in New York. President Ilves said that while the Peace of Westphalia—which dictated that countries (mostly) respect each others’ sovereign boundaries—may have historically applied in physical space, this concept no longer applies when it comes to the online world.

“Cyberspace has no borders. Countries face the import of potentially disruptive liberal ideas of open societies,” he said. “The means of expression, transparency, and accountability empowered by a Google search, a YouTube video, or a tweet, and these are direct threats to a restrictive political system; the World Wide Web turns them into domestic threats to the regime.”

“We must choose between two paths—either we can change the nature of the Internet by acceding to a Westphalian regulatory structure of Internet governance, or we can change the world.”

Ilves spoke before a group of around 60 people and participated in a panel discussion on the theme of “A Secure and Free Internet,” which was hosted by the Permanent Estonian Mission to the United Nations. (Full disclosure: I participated on this panel discussion and my flight to New York was paid for by the Estonian government. President Ilves has also had nice things to say about my 2011 book, The Internet of Elsewhere.)

Estonia, a post-Soviet country that regained its independence in 1991, has become a tech powerhouse in recent years. It is the home of Skype, its citizens have digital ID cards (which power its online voting system), it has a burgeoning startup scene, and it is the home of the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence. Ilves used his own country as a repeated example of positive Internet policy, where security and privacy do not inherently conflict with one another.

The Estonian president closed his 10 minute address by noting that the UN could “play a role in promoting dialogue among Member States on Internet freedom and security, and in defending Internet Freedom as part of its Human Rights agenda.”