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ISIS selling Yazidi women in Syria


The nightmare of ISIS persecution continues for hundreds of Yazidi girls and women who were abducted by the Sunni Muslim extremist group and are being sold to its fighters in Syria, according to a human rights group. In the past few weeks, ISIS has distributed or sold about 300 female members of the persecuted religious minority who were abducted in Iraq, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a UK-based monitoring group aligned with the opposition in Syria. Who are the Yazidis and why does ISIS want to kill them? Yazidi refugees braced for life in exile Yazidi refugees braced for life in exile Waves of refugees flee to northern Iraq Yazidi refugees desperate for help ISIS massacre survivors speak out In ISIS’ eyes, the girls and women are “slaves of the spoils of war with the infidels,” the Syria monitors said, adding that the terrorists sold them for about $1,000 each, claiming they had converted to Islam so that they can marry ISIS fighters. More

D.R Congo confirms 7 new cases of Ebola in 2nd outbreak – reported number of cases in W. Africa explode: 550 in one week


Health authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have confirmed seven new Ebola cases in the northwestern Equateur Province, bringing up to 13 the number of people who had contracted the deadly virus in the province, a U.N.-run radio station said Friday. “There are now 13 cases affected by the virus…in addition to 16 other suspected cases,” Health Minister Felix Kabange was quoted as saying by the Kinshasa-based Okapi radio. He asserted that the outbreak is still confined to Boende area in northern Equateur province, noting that Ebola cases reported recently in Kinshasa and Katanga proved negative. On Monday, Joseph Mboyo Limpoko, government medical inspector in Equateur, told Anadolu Agency that a total of four people countrywide had been confirmed dead from Ebola. Ebola – a contagious disease for which there is no known treatment or cure – has claimed 1,552 lives in West Africa since the outbreak began in January. Most of the deaths were registered in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia. Six fatalities have also been confirmed in Nigeria. The tropical fever, which first appeared in 1976 in Sudan and the DRC, can be transmitted to humans from wild animals. It also reportedly spreads through contact with the body fluids of infected persons or of those who have died of the disease. More

NATO planning ‘rapid-deployment force’ of 10,000 troops to counter Russia


NATO is reportedly working towards the creation of an expeditionary force composed of 10,000 troops from seven different member states as a result of escalating tensions with Russia over the conflict in Ukraine. According to the Financial Times, the force’s creation will be spearheaded by Britain and involve contributions from Denmark, Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Norway, and the Netherlands. Canada is also interested in joining the group, but it’s not known what its final decision will be.  Although no formal announcement has been made, British Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to declare its formation at the upcoming NATO summit in Wales on September 4th. Many specifics have yet to be worked out or announced, but planners are reportedly implementing ways to increase the number of soldiers involved even more if necessary. Air and naval units will be integrated into the group, as well as ground troops led by British commanders.More

ISIS And AL-Nusra May Slaughter UN “Peacekeepers” In Golan Heights


On Wednesday al-Nusra, the former al-Qaeda affiliate that merged with ISIS earlier this year, overran the Quneitra crossing on the border and seized 44 Fijian UN soldiers. Nusra also surrounded nearby Rwihana and Breiqa encampments where dozens of United Nations soldiers are trapped. The gun battle on Saturday erupted after al-Nusra surrounded the Rwihana camp and ordered the soldiers to surrender. 35 Filipino soldiers were pulled out of the Breiqa encampment on Saturday morning with the assistance of Irish UN peacekeepers, according to a report filed with the Associated Press. The veracity of reports coming out of the area are suspect because they are relayed by activists associated with Rami Abdurrahman of the London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. Abdurrahman is connected to Gulf monarchies funding mercenaries trying to overthrow the al-Assad government in Damascus. According to the AP, however, the Philippines’ Defense Secretary Voltaire Gazmin gave a similar account of the situation in the Golan Heights. ISIS and al-Nusra are known for executing and beheading prisoners. INFO WARS

 

Ecuador plans first government-issued digital currency, First step of exiting US Dollar


Ecuador is planning to create what it calls the world’s first digital currency issued by a central bank, which some analysts believe could be a first step toward abandoning the country’s existing currency, the U.S. dollar. The electronic money, which Central Bank officials say they expect will start circulating in December, does not have a name and officials would not disclose technical details, though they said it would not be a crypto-currency like Bitcoin. The amount of the new currency created would depend on demand. Deputy director Gustavo Solorzano said it is to exist in tandem with the greenback and, by law, be backed by `’liquid assets.” It would be geared toward the 2.8 million Ecuadoreans – 40 percent of participants in the economy – too poor to afford traditional banking, officials say. More

Microchip implants commonplace in next decade?

This photo taken 10 May 2002 shows the VeriChip, wYou can inject one under your skin and no one will ever notice. Using short-range radio frequency identification (RFID) signals, it can transmit your identity as you pass through a security checkpoint or walk into a football stadium. It can help you buy groceries at Wal-Mart. In a worst-case scenario – if you are kidnapped in a foreign country, for example – it could save your life. Microchip implants like the ones pet owners use to track their dogs and cats could become commonplace in humans in the next decade. Experts are divided on whether they’re appropriate for people, but the implants could offer several advantages. For soldiers and journalists in war zones, an implant could be the difference between life and death. A tracker could also help law enforcement quickly locate a kidnapped child. More

Saudi king warns West will be jihadists’ next target


King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia has warned that the West will be the next target of the jihadists sweeping through Syria and Iraq, unless there is “rapid” action. “If we ignore them, I am sure they will reach Europe in a month and America in another month,” he said in remarks quoted on Saturday by Asharq al-Awsat daily and Saudi-backed Al-Arabiya television station. “Terrorism knows no border and its danger could affect several countries outside the Middle East,” said the king who was speaking at a welcoming ceremony on Friday for new ambassadors, including a new envoy from Saudi ally the United States. The Islamic State (IS) jihadist group has prompted widespread concern as it advances in both Syria and Iraq, killing hundreds of people, including in gruesome beheadings and mass executions. More

 

Putin Warns “Don’t Mess with a Nuclear Russia”!


President Vladimir Putin said on Friday Russia’s armed forces, backed by its nuclear arsenal, were ready to meet any aggression, declaring at a pro-Kremlin youth camp that foreign states should understand: “It’s best not to mess with us.”  Putin told the assembly, on the banks of a lake near Moscow, the Russian takeover of Crimea in March was essential to save a largely Russian-speaking population from Ukrainian government violence. He said continued fighting in eastern Ukraine, where pro-Russian separatists launched an uprising in April, was the result of a refusal by Kiev to negotiate.  Ukraine, and Western governments, accuse Russia of sending troops and armor to back the separatists in a conflict that has already killed over 2,000 people. Russia denies the charge. “Russia is far from being involved in any large-scale conflicts,” he said at the camp on the banks of Lake Seliger.”We don’t want that and don’t plan on it. But naturally, we should always be ready to repel any aggression towards Russia. More

 

Obama Warns Americans to be Prepared for Natural or Man-Made Disasters


President Obama on Friday turned prepper, with a proclamation regarding National Preparedness Month that warned emergencies, “from hurricanes and wildfires to cyber and terrorist attacks, can strike anywhere at any time.” In his proclamation, he said each household should have its own plan “Before emergencies occur, we must make sure we are ready to respond, and it is every American’s responsibility to be prepared. There are simple but important steps we can all take to ensure we know what to do and have what we need in the event of a crisis. National Preparedness Month is an opportunity to talk with our families, friends, and colleagues about the risks in our communities and to practice our responses in all the places we regularly visit.” He said Americans “should be familiar with local threats and hazards and take steps to reduce their devastating impacts.” “Families should assemble a disaster supplies kit well in advance and have a plan to reconnect after a tragedy,” the president said. More

 

 

Wall Street Admits That A Cyberattack Could Crash Our Banking System At Any Time


Wall Street banks are getting hit by cyber attacks every single minute of every single day.  It is a massive onslaught that is not highly publicized because the bankers do not want to alarm the public.  But as you will see below, one big Wall Street bank is spending 250 million dollars a year just by themselves to combat this growing problem.  The truth is that our financial system is not nearly as stable as most Americans think that it is.  We have become more dependent on technology than ever before, and that comes with a potentially huge downside.  An electromagnetic pulse weapon or an incredibly massive cyberattack could conceivably take down part or all of our banking system at any time. More

California residents see mysterious lights flash in the sky during earthquake


When a magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck Napa Valley, California, on Sunday, August 24, residents from the area noticed strange flashes of light appearing in the sky. The local KPIX 5 newsroom was flooded with calls about a strange phenomenon of lights taking place in the sky. Some people thought the strange lights were UFO-generated, while the more practical ones thought that a transformer exploded in the distance. Some took to twitter to voice their bewilderment: “Everybody felt the earthquake but I’m the only one who saw the blue flashes in the sky??” said one Napa Valley resident. Another person tweeted, “Saw flashes of light that looked like lightning right after earthquake, then huge green flash north of Sebastopol.” More

Suspected Ebola cases prompt 30 states and DC to ask for help from CDC


More than half of the nation, including D.C., is begging the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for more information about how to spot potential cases of Ebola. According to ABC News, the CDC has received nearly 70 requests since late July from states seeking guidance about whether or not to conduct blood tests on suspected Ebola victims. A color map published by Breitbart reveals that nearly all of the most populated states in the U.S., including California, Texas, Illinois and New York, have inquired with the CDC about what to look for and how to deal with individuals who might have the viral disease. The CDC has reportedly ruled out the vast majority of these without blood tests, but at least 10 cases have warranted further examination. Reports indicate that hospitals in 27 states have alerted the CDC about at least 68 potential Ebola cases since July 27. Of these, 58 were declared false alarms, and the remaining 10 had their blood sent in for lab testing. Of these 10, seven samples tested negative for Ebola, according to experts, and the remaining three are “pending.” The locations of all the suspected cases remain a secret. As to why the CDC only tested 10 of the 68 cases, an agency spokeswoman told reporters that there is no reason to believe that these cases are actually Ebola, because the patients involved had not traveled to infected areas, even if they had traveled to countries where Ebola is currently spreading. By simply discarding these cases, claims the CDC, the agency can focus on higher priority cases. “If somebody had traveled to Guinea and came back and had a fever and has never been to a place where Ebola is transmitted, there’s no reason to suspect there’s Ebola just because Ebola is circulating in Guinea,” claimed CDC spokeswoman Kristen Nordlund, as quoted by ABC NewsMore

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