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kids poke hole in MSM narrative that it’s Russians who are the US
Ahead of the US midterms in November, the MSM has talked at
length about a Russian hacking threat. Meanwhile, a competition in Las
Vegas shows that when it comes to interfering with a US election, even
a child can do it.
Do we have to call Daniel to explain to us how pathetic it is to blame
Russia of doing this when, as proven in the competition above, an 11
year old child can do it in 10 minutes.
...the competition was held on the sidelines of the annual Def
Con hacking conference in Las Vegas, where children between the ages of
8 and 17 were tasked with hacking into replica election office websites
in key “battleground” states where the upcoming US midterm elections in
November are expected to be tight.
Of the 39 contestants who entered, 35 were successful in breaking
into the sites with the fastest being 11-year old Audrey Jones. She
cracked the site’s code in just 10 minutes.
As we have said before, what concerns us more is not the Fake News nor
Invented Charges, it is that if they do it because there are enough
people out there - with voting rights - who fall for such
Stay tuned for one of the posts in tomorrow's For Your Information and
to the Church in Need: bringing hope to suffering Christians
The Pontifical Charity ‘Aid to the Church
in Need’ (ACN) says it is financing more than 5300 projects in 149
countries to provide support to suffering and ...
Just think how many projects could have been financed with the two
billion dollars that the Roman Catholic Church spent just in the US as
the result of the sexual abuse scandal. And now, they keep asking for
money! The one thing that they (as always, some exceptions noted) have been really good at!
Stay tuned for yet another of the
posts in tomorrow's For Your Information and reference.
Saudi Arabia could be bankrupt by
2020 – IMF
The Middle East’s biggest economy, Saudi Arabia may run out of
financial assets within the next five years if the government maintains
its current policies, warns the International Monetary Fund.
If we get there "as is".
World’s top 5 ‘most evil’
The most hated companies trending on the internet.
Monsanto: The company that needs
no introduction, creator of DDT and Agent Orange, Monsanto is one the
world’s largest pesticide and GMO seed manufacturers.
Apple: Once the darling of Microsoft-hating gadget lovers, Apple
more recently has been accused of mistreating or underpaying their
employees, hiding money offshore, and not paying taxes.
Nestle: The world's largest food and beverage company Nestle
says it is committed to enhancing quality of life and contributing to a
healthier future. However, it has been dragged through numerous
scandals involving slave labor.
Philip Morris: The products of the American multinational
cigarette and tobacco manufacturing company are sold in over 180
countries outside the United States. Philip Morris courted officials of
the Czech Republic by
explaining how smoking would in fact help their economy, due to the
reduced health care costs from its citizens dying early.
McDonald's: American fast-food company McDonald's was founded in
1940. The company serves more customers each day than the entire
population of Great Britain, but has a long history of terrible labor
practices. It has been constantly under fire for serving unhealthy junk
food, which contributes health problems. Researchers have found that
McDonald’s burgers cannot decompose on their own.
Notable mentions of corporations not quite evil enough to
make the top list:
Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase,
ExxonMobil, Halliburton, British American Tobacco, Dow Chemical,
DuPont, Bayer, Microsoft, Google, Facebook, Amazon, Walmart
Of course the question is: If they are so hated why are they so large?
Never mind, the answer may be found in the Comments of the first seat
of news in this page.