Obama DHS Planned to Kill Peaceful Protesters in Sniper Attacks


Obama DHS Planned to Kill Peaceful Protesters in Sniper Attacks FloridaFBISniperMemo2

This document was obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request filed by the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund. Click on image to see enlargement.

The “FBI was aware of an organization, possibly a local police department or private security company, that had plans to assassinate peaceful protesters during the Occupy Movement.”

The classified document released by the FBI read:

An identified [DELETED] as of October planned to engage in sniper attacks against protestors (sic) in Houston, Texas if deemed necessary. An identified [DELETED] had received intelligence that indicated the protesters in New York and Seattle planned similar protests in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio and Austin,Texas. [DELETED] planned to gather intelligence against the leaders of the protest groups and obtain photographs, then formulate a plan to kill the leadership via suppressed sniper rifles.

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Buys 72,000 Rounds of AmmoNational Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Buys 72,000 Rounds of Ammo 07261340cal

Not satisfied with last year’s purchase of 46,000 rounds of hollow point ammunition, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently solicited bids for an additional 72,000 rounds.


A solicitation by the scientific agency posted July 8 on the Federal Business Opportunities web site requested “56,000 rounds of .40 caliber 180 grain jacketed hollow points” and “16,000 rounds of .40 caliber frangible lead free rounds.”

Jacketed hollow points (JHPs) are not training rounds.

They are designed to expand (or “mushroom”) on impact and are more expensive than ball ammo used for practice.


Obama just happened to know 60’s far-left radical revolutionary William Ayers, whose father just happened to be Thomas Ayers, who just happened to be a close friend of Obama’s communist mentor Frank Marshall Davis, who just happened to work at the communist-sympathizing Chicago Defender with Vernon IDLY, who just happened to later become the father-in-law of Iranian-born leftist Valerie Jarrett, who Obama just happened to choose as his closest White House advisor, and who just happened to have been CEO of Habitat Company, which just happened to manage public housing in Chicago, which just happened to get millions of dollars from the Illinois state legislature, and which just happened not to properly maintain the housing—which eventually just happened to require demolition.

Scientists capture “blue wave of death” in dying animals

Scientists have witnessed how death spreads through a living creature like a wave, each cell dying one after another until the entire organism is deceased.

A British team captured the final moments a tiny, transparent ground worm’s life by tracking a blue fluorescence molecule that travels through the organism’s cells as it dies.

While scientists understand many of the processes that causes individual cells to die, far less is known about the chain of events that propagate death throughout an entire animal.

As the biological mechanisms of death in worms are similar to those in mammals, the researchers believe the worm could prove a useful model for understanding death in humans.


Folate makes you smart and happy. Lack of folate makes you depressed and stupid

Some things boil down pretty simply and  we have greater access than ever to the plain truth as validated by science.
A simple search for folate (vitamin B9)  yields several interesting studies that have been done to understand this vital nutrient. One study in particular discovered that folate deficiency correlates with lower overall intelligence.

Got folate?

If not, then you may be prone to lower intelligence, higher depression, lower coordination and poor memory.
If you lack the vitamin folate, then you are denying your brain what it needs. Over the long haul, some researchers suggest than can lead to greater occurrence of dementia.

Sources of folate

Folate can be found in romaine lettuce, spinach, asparagus, turnip greens, mustard greens, calf’s liver, parsley, collard greens, broccoli, cauliflower, beets, and lentils.
Other good sources of folate include: summer squash, black beans, navy beans, kidney beans, pinto beans, garbanzo beans, papaya, strawberries, green beans sea vegetables, cabbage, bell peppers, Brussels sprouts, leeks, fennel, tomatoes, and green peas.
You can supplement folate, too, but beware that many people suffer a genetic mutation that blocks folate absorption. Dr. Wes Youngberg explains in the July 10, 2013 episode of Mental Health Exposed that a significant portion of the population cannot absorb conventional folate supplements due to genetic factors, and must take a methylated form of folate instead.

Democratic Leaders: All Americans “May Be In Communication With Terrorists”

The Democratic leadership nailed its colors to the big brother surveillance state mast firmly yesterday, with many voting in favor of NSA spying. Most bizarre, however, was the party line justification for doing so.

The entire reason why the vote on the NSA program was taking place was because of the revelations that the snooping is aimed at every American.

The raging debate on the surveillance tactics was enflamed only because it was proven that the PRISM operation was all encompassing.

The NSA was shown to be operationally recording every single phone call, email, text and instant message made in America and beyond. Even the most casual of news readers is aware of this.

For Democrat leaders to attempt to convince representatives that the program was aimed only at select individuals is grossly misleading at best, and at worst is just an outright lie.

That is unless you assume that every single American “may be in communication with terrorist groups” – and therein lies the rub.

Real U.S. unemployment double what government says it is

In the last four years, the headline U.S. unemployment rate has been decreasing steadily, from 10.0 percent in October 2010 to a four-year low of 7.5 percent in Apr 2013. Since then, it has been fluctuating between 7.5 percent and 7.6 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

While it’s true that the unemployment rate is trending down, June and May 2013 saw slight increases. But a truer picture of U.S. labor woes depends on what figures you’re looking at. While one could assume from the headline data that 7.5 percent of people of working age are unemployed, actually, if one counts those who want a job but are no longer looking, the number of people out of work is more than 14 percent, about 14.3 percent, according to U.S. government data.