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Truthout Daily Digest Monday, 15 September 2014

Dahr Jamail | Senior Employees “Screwed” by BP

Dahr Jamail, Truthout: Several senior US-based BP employees are enraged by the company’s willingness to engage the UK government’s assistance in avoiding fines in the United States, while ignoring employees’ pleas for BP to honor their pension plans.

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William Rivers Pitt | The Pleasant Fiction of “No Boots on the Ground”

William Rivers Pitt, Truthout: The fact that ISIS controls Mosul is not compatible with the idea that airstrikes alone can accomplish the president’s plan. Ground troops will be required to ultimately accomplish the stated goal, and it isn’t difficult to guess which uniform those ground troops will be wearing.

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Marjorie Cohn | Obama Declares Perpetual War

Marjorie Cohn, Truthout: Obama declared a perpetual war against anyone he wants anywhere in the world. This violates the UN Charter because it’s not self-defense and the Security Council hasn’t agreed – and Obama doesn’t feel compelled to comply with the War Powers Resolution.

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The Great Avian Die-Off: Two Reports Point to Grim Future for US Birds

Patrick Glennon, Truthout: Two September reports tell a dark tale about the future of North American avian species. From irresponsible management of private land to climate change, these reports draw a connection between the fate of birds and the overall well-being of the environment.

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Dean Baker | Obamacare and Family Values: Parents Get to Stay Home With Children

Dean Baker, Truthout: Obamacare is making it possible for parents to spend more time with their kids. Before trashing Obamacare became a fundamental religious principle for Republicans, even most Republicans probably would have said that parents spending time with their kids is a good thing.

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How the Defense Industry Bankrolls Pro-War Pundits

The Daily Take Team, The Thom Hartmann Program: When a network has pundits on to talk about ISIS, the military or anything else, the network should disclose its conflict of interests and its sources of income. If you’re being bankrolled by a billion-dollar defense contractor, then the people have a right to know.

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The American “Deportation Mill”

Lauren Carasik, Boston Review: Immigrant families detained in Artesia, New Mexico, are suing the US government. Under US and international law, refugees are supposed to have a chance to present their cases. This has not been happening.

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“Zombie” Homes Haunt Florida Neighborhoods

Alison Fitzgerald, Center for Public Integrity: Jacksonville’s poor neighborhoods are dotted with abandoned houses stuck in foreclosure limbo. The zombie properties are often uninhabitable because they’ve fallen into disrepair, and owners are unwilling to fix them up because, with the mortgage unpaid, the bank can always come back and foreclose again.

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Say “No” to War and Media Propaganda

Mairead Maguire, Inter Press Service: It is time for NATO to recognize that its violent policies are counterproductive. Crises like those playing out in the Ukraine and Syria will not be solved with guns, but with justice and through dialogue.

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On the News With Thom Hartmann: Senate Considers Amendment on Campaign Finance, and More

In today‘s On the News segment: The US Senate actually considers a constitutional amendment on campaign finance; the wealth gap between rich and poor continues to widen in our nation, but very few of our lawmakers will even discuss the problem; voters in Ohio were about to see some big changes to their state’s election laws; and more.

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The Bennis Plan: Here Is a Real Strategy for Dealing With ISIS

Sharmini Peries, The Real News Network: Institute for Policy Studies fellow Phyllis Bennis says there is no military solution to this crisis. Acting as if we can have a military victory is guaranteeing failure; only a political and diplomatic solution will work.

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From Fake Beards to Sweeping New Laws, French Feminism Is Lively and Visible

Rebecca Nathanson, Waging Nonviolence: La Barbe, meaning “beard” in French, is a French feminist direct action group that interrupts high-level meetings to draw attention to the lack of women in decision-making positions in every sector of society.

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The Economist Has a Slavery Problem

Mark Karlin, BuzzFlash at Truthout: The icon of neoliberal economic magazines is quite defensive about linking slavery to capitalism.

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We Need to Stop Blaming People Who Experience Mental Health Challenges

Read the Article at BuzzFlash

Report: Income Inequality Means Lower State Tax Revenues

Read the Article at Al Jazeera America

New Zealand Launched Mass Surveillance Project While Publicly Denying It

Read the Article at The Intercept

The Largest City in Vermont Now Gets All of Its Power From Renewable Energy

Read the Article at The Associated Press

How the Tea Party Is Causing Big Business to Back Democrats

Read the Article at Mother Jones

Bernie Sanders Would Run for President Against Wall Street, Not Hillary Clinton

Watch the Video at NBC News

Those Detroit Water Shutoffs? Blame Them on Botched Bookkeeping

Read the Article at Grist

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The Oracle Report | Tuesday, September 16, 2014

I had a somewhat shocking reminder this morning before I read today’s report that people who are still fully engaged in the matrix are going to act in ways consistent with that. Many are getting even more extreme in their negative actions being pointlessly cruel, unnecessarily harsh and unkind.

It can be quite painful even for those who have been on the path of awakening for decades.

Today’s message from Laura is a beautiful correction to my earlier experience reminding me that it’s all part of the journey. That we have assistance when we ask and this too will pass.

I hope you all will recognize similar joyful counters to whatever negativity the matrix is still pushing your way.



Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Third Quarter Moon Phase: completion

Moon in Gemini/Cancer

Ruling Mahavidya: Shodashi (Goddess Who Fulfills Highest Desire) and Matangi (Goddess of the Wind)

Skill: remain grounded and centered

Negative Imprint: disassociation, disconnection, hatred, racial violence, stress, battling

Positive Imprint: recognition, closure/completion, traditional wisdom, obstacles removed, protection, accomplishment

All month long, this lunar cycle’s energy is of “two guardian angels bringing protection” has been in effect. We will remember this today.

There is a confluence of energies that may turn things sad or bring about grief. Issues of loss are highlighted by many of today’s Sabian symbols. It is a prime opportunity for a false flag event. Awareness of this potential has wise owls holding the line.

The energy also brings a need to re-evaluate things and carry them through to completion. The questions to ask are “What do you value?” and “What has been learned from the past?” These insights guide us today.

The Wisdom Goddesses Shodashi and Matangi remain hard at work to bring the courses of our lives into better alignment with what is in our highest and best interests, and sweeping away what is not. It is quite a feat. Things have been chaotic since the Super Full Moon and emotions are running high. Our job is to remain centered and to remember that life is beautiful. Life is worth living. When sadness or grief creeps into our hearts, it is a time for recognition. We can honor our experiences, no matter the outcome, and become wiser from them.

We can re-imprint this energy by acknowledging or giving tribute to things – showing love in all kinds of ways. We can hold the mindset that we are bridging into the Second Renaissance, the return of sanity with natural world order – no matter what the matrix looks like. A free humanity is the divine plan.

Go outside and re-establish a strong, grounded connection with Gaia Sophia today. Nature heals all and she is always at hand.

Thank you for supporting the Oracle Report. Blessings to all!

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Truthout Daily Digest Sunday, 14 September 2014

Time Is Running Out for Activists to Halt Fracked Gas Pipeline Into New York City, Connecticut, Rhode Island

Ellen Cantarow, Truthout: Unless an extension is granted, concerned citizens have until September 29 only to comment to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission about the Algonquin Pipeline Extension pushing fracked gas through sensitive regions in New York, Connecticut and Rhode Island – creating environmental and nuclear hazards.

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How the West Created the Islamic State

Nafeez Ahmed, Medium: Since 2003, Anglo-American power has coordinated direct and indirect support for Islamist terrorist groups linked to al Qaeda across the Middle East and North Africa. This ill-conceived strategy is motivated by ambitions to dominate regional oil resources, defend an expansionist Israel and re-draw the map of the Middle East.

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At Least Some Unions Step Up for Big Climate March!

Abby Scher, Truthout: New York City and key national unions like the Service Employees International Union and Communication Workers of America are stepping up in a broad coalition to support the People’s Climate March in NYC September 21. But some from labor groups say unions need to create their own climate protection strategy that democratizes the energy sector.

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A Campaign Primer: Native American Voters Count

Dennis Worden, Truthout: Political influence for Native Americans and Indian tribes has grown in federal elections in recent years. Native voters often make the difference in certain races. What are the implications for Congress and who is paying attention?

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Four Ways Industrial Ag Is Destroying the Soil – and Your Health

Hannah Bewsey and Katherine Paul, Organic Consumers Association: If the numbers are any indicator, there’s a crisis in worldwide soil health that is rapidly becoming a crisis in human health. Converting from factory farms and conventional crops to pasture-grazing livestock and organic farming are the solutions.

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On Patriotism and Constitutional Amendment: An Interview With Film Director Miyazaki Hayao

Asato Ikeda, The Asia-Pacific Journal: This interview with famed animated film director Miyazaki Hayao covers a wide range of topics. Throughout, Hayao presents a strong criticism of Japan’s current Abe government, especially its proposal of a constitutional amendment.

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Paul Krugman | “You Call Yourself an Economist?”

Paul Krugman, Krugman & Co.: Some believe that “real economics” is about singing the praises of the free market. It’s inconceivable to them that you could have a more nuanced view without being a Marxist.

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World’s Last Remaining Forest Wilderness at Risk

Stephen Leahy, Inter Press Service: The world’s last remaining forest wilderness is rapidly being lost – and much of this is taking place in Canada, not in Brazil or Indonesia, where deforestation has so far made the headlines. More than 104 million hectares of forests have been destroyed or degraded.

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Scott Walker’s Snow Job

Mary Bottari, PR Watch: The governor’s race in Wisconsin between the Republican incumbent, Scott Walker, and his Democratic challenger, Mary Burke, is coming down to one issue: jobs, jobs, jobs.

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Why I’m Marching for Climate Action

Michael Brune, OtherWords: It’s so important that, as a society, we increase the pressure on our leaders to take action right now to advance clean energy solutions and resist the temptation to drill, mine and frack as if there were no consequences and no tomorrow.

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A Wild That Leaves Us Speechless

Brooke Williams, Earth Island Journal: As the Wilderness Act turns 50, those of us continuing to advocate for more designations find ourselves in a tough spot. Our new opponents argue that if we love wilderness in these times of global warming, we need to intervene in it to protect it.

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This week in Speakout:

Leslie Thatcher interviews Undocumented in a Pirate Sea author Jeffrey R. McCord about his book; Emily Cleath points out the fallacy in the “official” US poverty rate; Dan Falconeinterviews Professor Lawrence Davidson about media misinformation concerning the Islamic State; Reprieve reports arms industry firms bought access to a recent NATO summit; Pam McAllister recounts the history of the term “tree hugger” as the People’s Climate March approaches; Dean Baker critiques The New York Times for failures in its reporting on Rhode Island’s management of pensions; Terri Shofner and Erin Niemelademand school children receive solid science and math education instead of exposure to violence; and more.

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The Buzzflash commentary for Truthout will return soon.

Video Purports to Show Islamic State Beheading of British Aid Worker

Read the Article at The Washington Post

“Treasure Map”: The NSA’s Plan to Map the Entire Internet

Read the Article at Der Spiegel

Contractors Ready to Cash in on ISIS War

Read the Article at The Daily Beast

Despite Multiple Malpractice Payouts, Doctors Often Keep Practicing

Read the Article at CBS News

US Government Threatened Families of Beheaded Reporters With Prosecution if They Raised Ransoms

Read the Article at AFP

Study: High Cost of Housing Forcing Elderly Americans to Cut Back on Food and Health Care

Read the Article at Common Dreams

Django UnchainedActress Accosted by LAPD After Kissing White Husband

Read the Article at Gawker

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Embodying the Shift into More of the New | Denise le Fey

Embodying the Shift into More of the NEW

by Denise

As you know my 84-year-old mother suddenly needed triple bypass heart surgery on August 28th. After the first terrifying and questionable week, she was regaining more strength little by little, hallucinating less and less, looking and sounding more and more like the person I know despite all she’d been through. We both thought that she’d […]

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Denise | September 15, 2014 at 9:59 AM| Tags: 2014 Ascension Process changes, 2014 Ascension symptoms,earthquakes, embodying the NEW Light Energies in 2014, human violence due to increased Light frequencies,macrocosm, microcosm, more people dying in 2014, solar storms, weather intensifications, X flares in 2014 | Categories: Ascension Symptoms | URL:http://wp.me/p3TaTL-F0