Top hacker has archive of unreleased emails from military, intelligence officials
by PAUL JOSEPH WATSON | NOVEMBER 24, 2014
Renowned hacker Guccifer, who accessed the private emails of numerous top military, political and intelligence leaders, told the New York Times that a city in Pennsylvania is the target of a nuke attack in 2015. Guccifer also revealed that he is sitting on an archive of hacked emails that have not been publicly released.
Trip lasted only 48 hours
7:01 AM, NOV 24, 2014 • BY JERYL BIER
Vice President Joe Biden just returned Sunday from a three-nation trip that concluded with a 48 hour visit to Turkey. The vice president, his wife, and his entourage arrived in Turkey via Ukraine Friday evening around 7:30 local time for meetings with President Erdogan and other government officials. Biden departed for Washington, D.C. Sunday after meeting with Patriarch Bartholomew of the Eastern Orthodox Church. The stay in Turkey alone racked up a hotel bill of approximately $624,734.
The notice of the hotel contract was posted online uncharacteristically quickly, appearing on the very day of Biden’s departure from Turkey. The documents called for 200 rooms and one large conference room at the Hilton Harbiye in Istanbul:
Numerous other hotels were considered but not deemed suitable due to various reasons including lack of sufficient rooms, distance from planned events, and even ongoing renovations at one facility.
Documents related to lodging for the the Moroccan and Ukrainian legs of Biden’s trip have not yet been posted.
Corporate media ignores violent and racist element of Ferguson protest
According to a report posted by the Pundit Press and Fox News, Ferguson protesters are threatening family members of police in the embattled Missouri city.
The incident was witnessed by officials of the Obama Justice Department:
According to the wife of one police officer, protesters have screamed profanity at her husband and specifically threatened to rape and murder her and her family should they ever find out the officer’s name.
She said that protesters have told her husband, “we’re going to go to your house. We’re going to rape your wives then we’re going to kill them and we’re going to kill your children,” all while Department of Justice agents looked on.
The Justice Department insists police in Ferguson wear identifiable name tags. The wife of a police officer was told by a Department of Justice agent that if police are “afraid of the citizens of Ferguson, they shouldn’t be police.”
“You will never be safe, never in your life. None of you. Not you, not your children – none of you will be safe,” a protester told police last week.
The protests have turned increasingly violent and racist. Earlier this month, a white man was attacked by protesters when he complained about them blocking a public street.
In October, protest leader Ronnette Henderson promised there will be “a lot of bloodshed” if Wilson is not indicted and found guilty of killing robbery suspect Mike Brown.
The same Pundit Press report mentioned a live Ustream video where a protester urges his “brothers” to “break some cracker skulls” if Wilson is not brought up on murder charges.
Last week protesters chanted “What do we want? Darren Wilson! How do we want him? Dead” during a protest.
The corporate media continues to ignore the racist element of the Ferguson protest and frame it as a civil rights issue.
BY KEVIN BOYD (19 HOURS AGO) | NATION
On Thursday, when President Obama announced his plan to allow certain illegal immigrants to stay in the U.S. legally, he said:
And that’s why we’re going to keep focusing enforcement resources on actual threats to our security. Felons, not families. Criminals, not children. Gang members, not a mother who’s working hard to provide for her kids. We’ll prioritize, just like law enforcement does every day.
He boasted that, already, “deportations of criminals are up 80 percent.” A memo issued by the Department of Homeland Security shows that felons will be a top priority for removal:
But if you’ve committed a serious misdemeanor, which includes everything from drunk driving to drug dealing to some firearms related charges, the Obama administration still may not deport you.
According to the Washington Examiner:
The new priorities are striking. On the tough side, the president wants U.S. immigration authorities to go after terrorists, felons, and new illegal border crossers.
On the not-so-tough side, the administration views convicted drunk drivers, sex abusers, drug dealers, and gun offenders as second-level enforcement priorities. An illegal immigrant could spend up to a year in prison for a violent crime and still not be a top removal priority for the Obama administration.
Also, illegal aliens can rack up numerous misdemeanors such as disturbing the peace and public urination and not become a priority for deportation.
As we continue to learn which types of law-breakers are and aren’t protected under the President’s immigration executive order, many who are against the action are quick to point out that any person who is here illegally is, by definition, breaking the law.
Revealed: Obama Met Secretly With Ferguson Protesters And Told Them Something Unbelievable
“A number of the high-profile protesters met secretly with President Obama…”
Tensions in and around the troubled town of Ferguson, Missouri, are rising sharply in anticipation of the release any day now of the grand jury report on the police shooting that left Michael Brown dead of multiple gunshot wounds.
Responding to calls from protest organizers, many outsiders have been gathering in the St. Louis area, planning their response to what some believe is the likely outcome of the grand jury’s lengthy investigation — no indictment of police officer Darren Wilson.
Now it’s been revealed that on November 5th — the day that Democrats fully realized the midterm elections were a blowout of their party — a number of the high-profile protesters met secretly with President Obama and MSNBC host Al Sharpton. From The Daily Mail:
“It was a meeting the Gateway Pundit notes was not included on the president’s daily schedule.
“Sharpton told the [New York] Times that Obama urged the group to ‘stay on course.’”
While that previously undisclosed meeting may have been the first time Obama himself met with protest organizers — in a role reminiscent of his community organizer days — it certainly wasn’t the only time a top-level Obama official made a point of getting together with those demanding an indictment of white cop Darren Wilson.
In August, Attorney General Eric Holder personally went to Ferguson with top Justice Department officials to talk with community leaders protesting the Brown shooting. As reported on time.com:
“Holder, who was joined in Ferguson by Acting Assistant Attorney General Molly Moran and other Justice Department officials, expressed gratitude to those working in the area to keep tensions cool amid the daily protests.
“During brief statements on Wednesday, Holder said he understands the mistrust for law enforcement the people of Ferguson have expressed while also sharing personal interactions he has had with officers throughout his life.”
The county seat of Clayton, Missouri, where the grand jury is considering the case, has been targeted by protestors who vow to shut down the city should Wilson not be indicted on criminal charges for the Brown killing.
“Many residents and officials in the region fear another wave of rioting similar to the one in August that led to the burning out of multiple businesses if the grand jury decides not to charge Wilson.
“‘We are bracing for that possibility. That is what many people are expecting. The entire community is going to be upset,’ if Wilson is not indicted, said Jose Chavez, 46, a leader of the local Latinos en Axion group.
And as noted at thegatewaypundit.com, agitators getting ready to take to the streets once again are not ruling out more violence and looting of the kind that followed Michael Brown’s shooting death.
NAACP President: Police are “profiling and preying” upon the black community