Afghan President’s Brother & Drug Warlord, Ahmed Karzai, Shot & Killed by Trusted Guard/CIA Asset

Posted on Jul 17, 2011 in Featured Articles, Police, Military, & War – Kevin Hayden

Source: Washington Post

The half-brother of Afghan President Hamid Karzai was assassinated by a trusted local security official Tuesday, a political killing that was immediately claimed by the Taliban and makes grimly clear the vulnerability of Afghan officials as the United States prepares to reduce its military presence.

Ahmed Wali Karzai — head of Kandahar’s provincial council and widely considered the most powerful man in southern Afghanistan — was meeting with tribal elders and politicians in his heavily fortified home in downtown Kandahar city Tuesday morning, according to two people at the house at the time.

Hayden’s Note:

Lovely.  The mainstream media is already using this to twist the “reduction of military presence.”  This has NOTHING to do with a reduction of military presence and has everything to do with intelligence operations, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, tribal warlords, opium, defense contractors, perhaps Russia and even the CIA.

Hopefully, if the Russians have any cojones – like I imagine they DO, at least back in the KGB days – they were behind this.  And rightly so.  Russia has fallen victim to the incredible surge of heroin since the US invasion and subsequent opium field protection by US soldiers. ...

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CIA Mind Control Techniques: MK-Ultra Experiments, 1979 Documentary

Posted on Jul 17, 2011 in Blog, Editorials, & Thoughts – Kevin Hayden

Source: Vigilant Citizen + Facebook + YouTube

This 1979 documentary contains rare footage, information and interviews on CIA’s MK-Ultra program. It provides an in-depth and chilling look at the shady world of mind control studies and experiments. One can only imagine the extent of the evolution of mind control techniques between 1979 and 2011.


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5 Foods to Naturally Beat Depression Without Big Pharma

Posted on Jul 17, 2011 in Health, Food News, & Big Pharma – Kevin Hayden

Source: Natural News via Food Matters on Facebook

Drug advertisements and conventional doctors tell the public that depression is caused by an imbalance of a neurotransmitter in the brain called serotonin. This idea makes it seem that drugs that flood the brain with serotonin are the answer to depression, but there is no scientific evidence that drug therapy really works. In studies in which scientists lowered serotonin levels to induce depression, the experiment failed. Other studies found that dramatically increasing serotonin levels in the brain failed to relieve depression. So why do doctors persist in prescribing medications with side effects ranging from mood swings to suicidal or homicidal behaviors when those drugs may not even work?

There are treatment options that can relieve depression without swallowing pills. Many of the symptoms of depression can be directly linked to vitamin and mineral deficiencies in the standard American diet, which is largely comprised of empty carbs, caffeine and sugar. Depression, mood swings and fatigue often have a common cause: poor nutrition. Avoiding depression or recovering from a depressive episode is often as easy as changing your diet and boosting your consumption of key foods that deliver brain-boosting nutrients and help regulate brain chemistry....

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Global Elites, the CIA Handlers and the Rise of Controlled Social Media

Posted on Jul 15, 2011 in Featured Articles, Social Networking – Kevin Hayden

Source: The Daily Bell

The Economist magazine is out with an article entitled “The end of mass media: Coming full circle.” It actually provides us with a kind of sub-dominant social theme – that “social media” take us back to the pamphleteering days of Samuel Johnson, Ben Franklin, Thomas Paine and others.

This has been, in a sense, a message of ours for many years. And here at DB, we’ve regularly compared the output of the Gutenberg Press and its revolutionary influence to the Internet. The Economist is about 10 years late in joining the party.

Even so, I think The Economist is making the wrong comparison and doing it on purpose. Blogs and websites are a far more appropriate comparison to the Gutenberg Press than “social media.”

There is likely a reason that The Economist, a power elite mouthpiece, wants to talk up social media. Here’s the beginning of an article from Global Research written way back in March 2009, when Facebook only had 20 million users but was well on its way to success:

Facebook – the CIA conspiracy … Facebook has 20 million users worldwide, is worth billions of dollars and, if internet sources are to be believed, was started by the CIA....

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Under-Eating, Biological Age and the Best Foods to Fill You Up While Shedding Pounds

Posted on Jul 15, 2011 in Health, Food News, & Big Pharma – Kevin Hayden

Source: Lew Rockwell

What you’re about to read here may change the way you think about food. Yes, once you see the facts, you’ll realize that most of the products on the grocery shelves don’t fit your biology. Most of today’s dietary products are not designed to keep your body young.

The genes that regulate your biological age are highly sensitive to your diet, as they’re triggered or inhibited by what you eat, how much you eat, and how often. The point is: You need to know how your diet affects your biological age. You need to know what food keeps you young and what food is making you old.

How Your Diet Affects Your Biological Age

It has been largely agreed that one of the most detrimental causes of aging is excessive calorie intake. Scientists speculate that humans have an overly strong drive to eat when food is readily available. And since people are surrounded today with calorie dense food, they tend to consume excess calories, which then cause them to gain weight, lose health, and age prematurely....

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Johnny’s 480 Sq. Ft. Hawaiian Small House Story

Posted on Jul 15, 2011 in Alt Energy, Tiny Homes, & Structures – Kevin Hayden

Source: Tiny House Blog – Great website!

My story? I’m a self employed housekeeper/gardener/painter. Back in the 1990′s I set about buying a house. Can you guess what sort of reaction I got from mortgage bankers when I told them what I do for a living and how much money I earn?

I did all sorts of research with many weekend field trips and after a few years I found a piece of undeveloped property that I could afford with cash. I then had plans for my home drawn up for a few hundred dollars.

I saved up for a septic system, a foundation, and then a shell, etc. I scavenged furniture from thrift shops and pulled things off the curb on bulk trash day. I’m not too proud for that. No Sir. It’s been twelve years now and the place is about as done as it’s likely to get. Looking back I could have made do with less space, but I love my little 480 square foot mortgage free cottage.

All those people who thought I was crazy for not building a “real” house?...

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Woman Faces 93 days in Jail for Planting Garden in Front Yard *UPDATE*

Posted on Jul 15, 2011 in Constitutional & Liberty Issues, Featured Articles, Urban Gardening, Farming & Homesteading – Kevin Hayden

UPDATE July 15th, 2011: The Detroit News

Charges against the woman who planted a vegetable garden in her front yard have been dropped, her attorney said Thursday.

But other charges against Julie Bass have been resurrected for not having licenses for her two dogs — even though she took care of that issue, lawyer Solomon Radner said.

Hayden’s Note: 

According to Bass’ blog, she took care of the dog issue long ago just in *case* the city tried to seek additional charges.  City code only allows citizens two dogs and they must be licensed; she has two dogs and made sure the licenses were current at the very beginning of this ordeal, so I’m not sure what this is all about.  This story has gone viral across the alternative media spectrum and I fully believe that due to your phone calls, emails and the national attention that Oak Park city officials received, they backed off of their absurd assertion barring this lady from growing vegetables and instead, attacked something that didn’t sound quite so absurd, yet trivial anyway. 


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Gold Hits Record After Fed and White House Unleash Economic Terrorism – Hayden’s Note

Posted on Jul 14, 2011 in Economic News, Featured Articles – Kevin Hayden

Source: Bloomberg

Gold advanced to records in London and New York as concern about more U.S. economic stimulus and debt woes in the country and Europe boosted demand for the metal as a protection of wealth.

The dollar fell against six major currencies after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said the central bank is prepared to take additional action, including buying more government bonds (from Goldman Sachs at a higher price than if buying from the Treasury Dept!), to boost the economy. Moody’s Investors Service said the U.S. may lose the Aaa credit rating it’s held since 1917, while Fitch Ratings slashed Greece’s rating and said that a default is a “real possibility.”

Hayden’s Note:

The Dollar ALWAYS seems to fall after Bernanke opens his mouth.  But in regards to this “debt default” nonsense, I have to offer a few words.  The Treasury and White House Administration are trying to scare Americans into thinking this “default” would be bad for America, that SS checks won’t go out the day after and that Moody’s is going to downgrade our credit.  ...

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EPA: Fluoride Must Be Phased Out – Finally!

Posted on Jul 14, 2011 in Health, Food News, & Big Pharma – Kevin Hayden

Source: Bob Tuskin

The EPA recently released a proposal to “phase out fluoride pesticide” which is an “insecticide and fumigant used on stored grain, such as wheat and oats; driedfruit; coffee and cocoa beans; and other foods”.

If EPA’s plan becomes final, many food uses of this fluoride-based pesticide would stop within 90 days.

Although this is a major break through, the EPA has not yet announced any plans for the removal of this dangerous poison from our water supply.

If you are reading this article and still think that fluoride is somehow good for you, perhaps you should take a look at a recent study that shows it can damage the brain.

– “The prolonged ingestion of fluoride may cause significant damage to health and particularly to the nervous system,” concludes a review of studies by researchers Valdez-Jimenez, et al. published in Neurologia (June 2011), reports New York State Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation, Inc. (NYSCOF).

The research team reports, “It is important to be aware of this serious problem and avoid the use of toothpaste and items that contain fluoride, particularly in children as they are more susceptible to the toxic effects of fluoride.”

“Fluoride can be toxic by ingesting one part per million (ppm), and the effects are not immediate, as they can take 20 years or more to become evident,” they write....

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What IS Money? Fed Chairman Bernanke says, “Gold isn’t Money”

Posted on Jul 13, 2011 in Economic News, Federal Reserve & Bankers – Kevin Hayden

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke faced off with economic genius Representative Ron Paul during his monetary policy report to Congress on Wednesday.  The head of the Fed was forced to respond to accusations of enriching already rich corporations while failing to help Main Street, while he was pushed on his views on gold.

“Gold isn’t money,” Bernanke said.

in part from

Hayden’s Note:

I beg to differ.  Gold has been a form of money – if not one of THE most popular forms – for thousands of years, along with livestock, other precious metals and durable goods.  Gold isn’t money?  Then what is money?

Princeton defines money as “the official currency issued by a government or national bank.”

However, Thomas Greco defined money as:

“Money is anything that is generally accepted as payment for goods and services and repayment of debts. The main functions of money are distinguished as: a medium of exchange, a unit of account, a store of value, and occasionally, a standard of deferred payment.”

The Google dictionary defines it as “The assets, property, and resources owned by someone or something; wealth” or “financial gain.” states the following in regards to “money” –



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White House Rural Council, Executive Order 13575 – Another Step Towards Agenda 21

Posted on Jul 13, 2011 in Featured Articles, Political Issues, Urban Gardening, Farming & Homesteading – Kevin Hayden

See also –
George Soros and Army Corps of Engineers Buying Up Farmland They Flooded

On June 9th, 2011, President Obama issued Executive Order 13575 for a White House Rural Council that purports to exert broad municipal powers over the food, fiber and energy production of Rural Americans. Where’s the Line, America?

How much power can the president amass by executive order before you stand up for yourself and your community?  Your family and future?

The Department of Defense will be involved in this “rural council,” along with Timothy Geithner (Former Goldman Sachs, Former President of the New York Federal Reserve), the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, Attorney General’s Office, The National Office for Drug Control Policy, Department of Education and more.

And something almost even more ominous than Executive Order 13575 is the fact that FOX News, of all people, mentioned the United Nations Agenda 21!

And from The Blaze:

Executive Order 13575 is designed to begin taking control over almost all aspects of the lives of 16% of the American people....

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Northwest US Reports 35% Infant Mortality Spike Post-Fukushima Nuclear Meltdown

Posted on Jul 12, 2011 in Science & Technology – Kevin Hayden

Source: Fox News

Physician Janette Sherman, M.D. and epidemiologist Joseph Mangano published a report Monday highlighting a 35% spike in northwest infant mortality after Japan’s nuclear meltdown.

The report spotlighted data from the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report on infant mortality rates in eight northwest cities, including Seattle, in the 10 weeks after Fukushima’s nuclear meltdown.

The average number of infant deaths for the region moved from an average of 9.25 in the four weeks before Fukushima’ nuclear meltdown, to an average of 12.5 per week in the 10 weeks after. The change represents a 35% increase in the northwest’s infant mortality rates.

In comparison, the average rates for the entire U.S. rose only 2.3%.

Read Full Article Here…


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Ron Paul Will Not Seek Re-Election in House of Representatives

Posted on Jul 12, 2011 in Political Issues – Kevin Hayden

Source: Reuters 

Republican Ron Paul said on Tuesday he will not seek re-election to the House of Representatives in order to focus on his uphill presidential bid.Paul, 75, who has served more than 20 years in the House, told his hometown Texas newspaper “The Facts” that he would step down from Congress to devote all his attention to winning the 2012 Republican presidential nomination. 

“I felt it was better that I concentrate on one election,” Paul said. “It’s about that time when I should change tactics.”Paul is making his third bid for the White House. He ran as the Libertarian candidate in 1988 and as a Republican in 2008, when he failed to win the nomination despite a devoted following attracted by his support for limited government, reduced federal spending and a noninterventionist foreign policy.

He is an underdog again in a 2012 Republican presidential race led by former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. Other contenders include Paul’s fellow House member Michele Bachmann, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty.Paul was first elected to Congress in a 1976 special election, but lost the ensuing general election.


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The Fed is Approaching the End Game… Are You Ready?

Posted on Jul 12, 2011 in Economic News – Kevin Hayden

Source: Gains Pains Capital

The financial world seems to think that because Greece accepted another bailout we’ll be off to the races in the markets.

Aside from how absolutely moronic this view is (how’d the first Greek bailout work out? And it was what 12 months ago?), we have to consider the backdrop against which this particular tragic-comedy is playing out.

The consensus view from the mainstream financial media and 99% of fund managers is that liquidity and access to loose money from central banks will keep things afloat.

However, reality shows this not to be the case… at all. Consider for instance the impact of the Fed’s money pumps.

For starters, as a back of the envelope analysis, consider that in 2007 when the credit markets first jammed up, the Fed resorted to providing emergency money pumps of $30 billion or so.

By June 2008, the Fed had done this 14 times to the tune of $200+ billion. Then came the $700 billion bailout in November 2008.

So by the end of 2008, the Fed had put in nearly $1 trillion in capital to the markets....

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Radiation Data from Aerial Radiological Survey in Washington State May Be Classified for National Security Purposes

Posted on Jul 12, 2011 in Global & National News – Kevin Hayden

Source: The Intel Hub

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Remote Sensing Laboratory Aerial Measurement System, overseen by The Department Of Homeland Security, will be used during aerial radiation readings in Washington State that may be classified for national security purposes.

A helicopter will be flying through both King and Pierce Counties carrying the radiation detection equipment that can record gamma radiation readings. If the readings are normal they could be used as baseline levels in the event of a future emergency.

Washington State Department Of Health
The helicopter will fly a grid pattern spaced about 600 feet apart at an altitude of 300 feet, flying at 70 mph.

The results will be provided to local agencies from the surveyed area by year-end. Some of the data may be withheld for national security purposes.

Interestingly enough, this aerial radiological survey is taking place just as the real extent of the damage at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan has become public.
Local governments officials have claimed that the survey was planned since 2009 and is not a direct response to Fukushima. ...

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