Saturday, October 25, 2014

How an Establishment Paedophile Ring Leads to the Monarchy, MI5 & Rothschilds

Obama Promised a “World Without Nuclear Weapons,” But May Now Spend $3 Trillion on Weapons Upgrades

Wastebook 2014: What Washington doesn’t want you to read.

October 24, 2014
Gambling monkeys, dancing zombies and mountain lions on treadmills are just a few projects exposed in Wastebook 2014 – highlighting $25 billion in Washington’s worst spending of the year.
Wastebook 2014 — the report Washington doesn’t want you to read —reveals the 100 most outlandish government expenditures this year, costing taxpayers billions of dollars.

Examples of wasteful spending highlighted in “Wastebook 2014” include:

Friday, October 24, 2014

Self-Funding Energy Reduction Project --Don Fellows, Lisbon Planning Board

Joke of the Day


Ebola can go airborne but hasn't in West Africa because it's too warm, researchers conclude

After successfully exposing monkeys to airborne Ebola, which “caused a rapidly fatal disease in 4-5 days,” scientists with the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) concluded Ebola can spread through air but likely hasn’t in Equatorial Africa because the region is too warm, with temperatures rarely dropping below 65°F.
“We… demonstrated aerosol transmission of Ebola virus at lower temperature and humidity than that normally present in sub-Saharan Africa,” the 1995 study entitled Lethal Experimental Infections of Rhesus Monkeys by Aerosolized Ebola Virus reported. “Ebola virus sensitivity to the high temperatures and humidity in the thatched, mud, and wattle huts shared by infected family members in southern Sudan and northern Zaire may have been a factor limiting aerosol transmission of Ebola virus in the African epidemics.”
“Both elevated temperature and relative humidity have been shown to reduce the aerosol stability of viruses.”
The study also referred to the 1989 Ebola outbreak at a primate quarantine facility in Reston, Va., in which the virus rapidly spread between unconnected rooms.




Weird message warns viewers not to use phones amidst Ebola concerns
TV channels automatically changed to local news stations but no White House message ever came, prompting confusion and concern, especially given heightened tensions amidst the Ebola crisis.
The message was seen by viewers in Austin, Atlanta, Detroit and across North Carolina, as well as other areas of the country.WSOC-TV out of Charlotte, North Carolina later posted a statement on their website saying they would investigate why the message went out, indicating TV and radio stations were given no advance notice of the test.
An AT&T spokesperson later indicated that that the alert notification was sent out erroneously.
“Earlier today, U-verse TV customers may have received an Emergency Alert notification. We confirmed that there is no emergency at this time and we are investigating why this occurred. We apologize for any inconvenience,” read the statement.
However, the Emergency Alert System is mandatory by law – stations have no control or power to block the signal once it is sent out by the federal government.Broadcasters are required to install and maintain FCC-certified EAS decoders and encoders at their control points, meaning the signal cannot be switched off or interrupted.
How sensible is it that the feds ‘mistakenly’ sent out an emergency alert – potentially causing panic – amidst national concerns about the Ebola outbreak in the United States?

Obama Claims Executive Privilege Over 15,000 Fast and Furious Docs

Withheld documents include emails between Holder and wife

Eric Holder / AP

BY: CJ Ciaramella
October 23, 2014 3:49 pm

The Obama administration is claiming executive privilege over more than 15,000 documents related to Operation Fast and Furious, including correspondence between Attorney General Eric Holder and his wife, according to records received Wednesday night by the watchdog group Judicial Watch.

Last month, a federal judge ordered the Justice Department to release to Judicial Watch the list of documents, known as a “Vaughn index,” that it is withholding from the public, calling its requests for further delays “unconvincing.”

The 1,307-page Vaughn index lists 15,662 documents related to Operation Fast and Furious that the Obama administration is asserting executive privilege over—the first time that full list and description of the records has been released.

According to Judicial Watch, the withheld documents include communications between top officials at the Justice Department and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF), as well as with the United States Ambassador to Mexico.

The Obama administration is also asserting executive privilege over nearly 20 emails between Holder and his wife Sharon Malone.

“Obama’s executive privilege claims over these records are a fraud and an abuse of his office,” Judicial Watch president Tom Fitton said in a statement. “There is no precedent for President Obama’s Nixonian assertion of executive privilege over these ordinary government agency records. Americans will be astonished that Obama asserted executive privilege over Eric Holder’s emails to his wife about Fast and Furious.”

Judicial Watch also says the Justice Department is asserting privilege over publicly available press clips, letters from Congress, and inter-agency communications that would normally be subject to the Freedom of Information Act.

“Few of the records seem to even implicate presidential decision-making and advice that might be subject to President Obama’s broad and unprecedented executive privilege claim,” Judicial Watch said in a press release.

NY Police Caught Throwing Waste From Ebola Scene Into Public Trash Can

    tOne video (above via the Daily Mail) shows two police officers discarding first the crime scene tape used to block off the potentially infected area, then removing their protective gloves and masks and tossing them into an open-top public waste bin.

The video does not show whether or not the officers had entered Spencer’s apartment. Earlier reports said that those who did enter were wearing hazmat suits, so it is likely that they did not. Regardless of their proximity to the patient’s apartment, the incident raises concern about the degree to which the city is prepared to handle the deadly virus and how closely safety protocol is being followed by those involved. 

Russell Brand sparks fury as he says he's 'open-minded' over blaming 9/11 on US government

COMEDIAN Russell Brand provoked fury today after saying he was "open-minded" about the idea that the US government was behind the 9/11 attacks.

 Russell Brand is well known for making controversial comments [WENN]
Never one to shy away from controversy, the self-styled revolutionary used his appearance on Newsnight to elaborate on a view expressed in his new book entitled Revolution, in which he sets out his call for political change.
Pressed by presenter Evan Davis on comments about the destruction of New York's Twin Towers in 2001, Brand refused to rule out the possibility that the American government was behind them.
He then went on to accuse the BBC of promoting an "anti-Islamic narrative" in its coverage of this week's attack by a gunman on the Canadian parliament.
think it is interesting at this time when we have so little trust in our political figures, where ordinary people have so little trust in their media, we have to remain open-minded to any kind of possibility
Russell Brand
"I think it is interesting at this time when we have so little trust in our political figures, where ordinary people have so little trust in their media, we have to remain open-minded to any kind of possibility," said the actor and comedian.
"Do you trust the American government? Do you trust the British government? What I do think is very interesting is the relationship that the Bush family have had for a long time with the bin Laden family.
"What I do think is very interesting is the way that even the BBC report the events in Ottawa to subtly build an anti-Islamic narrative. I think that's very interesting."

Woman: Police Killed My Boyfriend For No Reason At Drivers License Checkpoint

Warrior police cruiser
Warrior police cruiser

The girlfriend of a man shot and killed Friday by police in Warrior, Alabama is speaking out.

“It’s a bunch of bulls***,” Arealle Funches said. “My boyfriend’s life got taken away for no reason. My baby is only a year old. She will never know her father.”
Boyfriend Adam Madison was riding with Funches and their one-year-old daughter when officers stopped them during a driver’s license checkpoint on Warrior-Trafford Road near Star View Lane.
Funches, who was driving the car says officers cleared her after checking her information but told Madison to get out of the car because he didn’t have an ID. Funches says Madison got out of the car and an officer put him inside a patrol car.
Funches says as Madison was getting out of the vehicle, the men were scuffling. “My boyfriend started to run and he tazed him,” she said. “The officer chased [Madison] into a wooded area. [I] heard two gunshots. I wanted to cry. My baby even started crying.”
“As a community, the city government and police department, is deeply saddened by this event,” said Warrior police Sgt. Corey Archer. “Our thoughts and prayers go out to the friends and family of this individual as well as to our officer who was involved and his family.”

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

California Orders Churches To Fund Abortions—Or Else

A regulatory change in California has placed abortion in the category of ‘basic health services’ all insurance plans must cover. Even those churches buy.
For the past four years, the Obama administration and its friends on the Left were careful to claim that they still strongly support religious libertywhile arguing that Hobby Lobby’s Green family, Conestoga Wood Specialties’ Hahn family, and others like them must lose. Principally, they contended, religious liberty protections could not be applied to Hobby Lobby because (1) It is a for-profit corporation, (2) It isn’t a church (and thus not a true “religious employer,” and (3) It is wrong on the science—Plan B, a copper intrauterine device, et cetera, they claimed, do not cause abortions. They implied, if not claimed outright, that they would surely support religious freedom in another case, but Hobby Lobby was unworthy to claim its protections.
The State of California is now calling their bluff. California’s Department of Managed Health Care has ordered all insurance plans in the state to immediately begin covering elective abortion. Not Plan B. Not contraceptives. Elective surgical dismemberment abortion.
At the insistence of the American Civil Liberties Union, the DMHC concluded that a 40-year-old state law requiring health plans to cover “basic health services” had been misinterpreted all these decades. Every plan in the state was immediately ordered, effective August 22, to cover elective abortion. California had not even applied this test to its own state employee health plans (which covered only “medically necessary” abortions). But this novel reading was nevertheless quietly imposed on every plan in the state by fiat.

850 NYC voters over 164-years-old

Posted October 22, 2014 6:28 pm by  with 0 comments

850 voters in NYC are officially 164 years old
A single Bronx voter listed in official records as being 164 years old led Board of Electionsofficials to review their files — where they turned up another 849 New Yorkers who were supposedly alive when Abe Lincoln was president.

The stunning discovery came after The Post reported last week that the birth date of Luz Pabellon, a spry 73-year-old who has been living and voting in The Bronx since the 1970s, was recorded as Jan. 1, 1850.

This week, a search of the records in all five boroughs found 849 more voters with the same wacky birth date.

Board officials chalked up the implausible age snafu to previous practices that allowed residents not to provide their exact birthdays when registering to vote.

Some of the new voters — mostly women — simply wrote that they were “21+” — above the legal voting age.

There was a reason to be vague. Voter registration records are open to the public, so anyone with the inclination can discover the real age of anyone in the files.

“It’s a leftover vestige from a bygone era,” explained Board of Elections executive director Mike Ryan.

Avast Antivirus Was Spying On You with Adware (Until This Week)

We warned you at the beginning of the year that many of your browser extensions are spying on you, tracking what you are visiting, and even inserting ads into pages. These aren’t just no-name developers either: even Avast, one of the most trusted antivirus vendors was in on the game.
Before we go even one step further, it’s important to note that they recently disabled the spying “shopping” feature in their browser extension. So if you are running the latest Chrome with extensions updated, you are fine. For now.
So Avast has stopped integrating the spying extension, but this is about the principle: you should be able to trust your antivirus provider. Why are they adding a feature that spies on your browsing, inserts ads… and all without properly notifying you?
And why, at the same time, are they claiming to stop spyware, even uninstalling other shopping extensions from other vendors, while they were doing the same thing they are supposed to stop?
Avast removes other Shopping extensions while leaving theirs enabled
On our test system, the only spyware and crapware that Avast actually detected and removed were the ones that competed with their own shopping extension.

Avast Online Security Extension Added a “Shopping” Component

No, the install process didn’t tell us about this.
About a week ago, we were playing around with installing a lot of nonsense from crapware sites, so we loaded up trusty Avast antivirus to see how much of the malware it would actually catch during the process. We were shocked to find out that some of the adware wasn’t from a third-party, but from Avast itself.
The problem lies in the SafePrice component of their Online Security extension, which adds shopping recommendations (ads) as you are browsing around the web.
Here’s the thing: many people actually want shopping extensions that help them find better prices — in fact, one of the HTG staff writers recently asked me what was the best way to find better prices. As a standalone product, if you  specifically and deliberately choose to install something like this, there’s nothing wrong with it.
The problem is that Avast snuck this component in to their browser extensions that have at least 10 million users for the Chrome version alone. And then they enabled it by default.

Andriscoggin County Sheriff Candidates Meet and Greet

 Good Morning,

You are invited to attend a meet and greet for the candidates running for the Androscoggin County Sheriff seat. 

What:   Androscoggin County Sheriff 
Candidates Meet and Greet

Where: MTM Center
 18 School Street
 Lisbon Falls

When:  Wednesday, October 29, 2014
at 7:00 P.M.
FMI Contact Tim McClure at 844-3356 or by email at

SIMPLE BUDGETING ------- by Larry Fillmore

At last night’s Town Council meeting, I witnessed yet another act of what I consider “Dumbing Down” of America.  It is disguised as Lease to Purchase method of acquiring equipment for the town but it is nothing more than borrowing money the town does not have.

Last year Mr. Dale Olmstead briefed the Council on the financial situation the town was facing and recommended a maintenance budget for last year.  Instead of listening to Mr. Olmstead, some Department Heads continue to budget unnecessary equipment.

On October 7, 2014, Runyon Kersteen Ouellette (RKO) briefed the Town Council on the results of the Fiscal Year 2014 annual audit.  These results contained the usual results and recommendations.  However, an interesting fact came out of this briefing and that is the town’s Undesignated Fund is at 7% instead of the 12.5% recommended by our Charter.  The Undesignated Fund is for emergency use and is suppose to keep the town from going bankrupt.   Remember prior to Eldridge coming to this town, there was over three million dollars in this account.

Being 5.5% below the recommend level for the Undesignated Fund has changed the approach by some Department Heads.  Now these Department Heads are using the Lease to Purchase program to fulfill their perceived needs.   Lease to Purchase means the town makes yearly payments instead of paying the purchasing price upfront.   Lease to Purchase means the taxpayers have to pay more for the equipment because the town is borrowing the money and making yearly payment.  Yes, the town gets the equipment now but every year the town has a contract to pay yearly payments with tax dollars.  This is one of the reasons our taxes continue to go up every year.

Think about it!  If the town continues to borrow money it does not have, how is the town ever going to get out of debt?  You do not have to be a rocket scientist or an accountant to figure this one out.  In what universe do you spend more than you make and think for a second that you are going to get out of debt?

These Department Heads, Town Manager, and this Town Council have got to immediately stop spending money the town does not have.  This means no more Lease to Purchase agreements.  If the town does not have the money to purchase the equipment outright, the town does not purchase it.  In cases of an emergency acquisition, the Town Manager should take an appropriate amount from each department until the town has the total purchasing price.  This practice of borrowing money with a Lease to Purchase is wrong for the town and needs to stop.  

Common sense tells you that spending more money than you have is a true sign of pending disaster.

Larry Fillmore

MEET THE CANDIDATES! --- by Larry Fillmore

Last night, the three candidates running for the Town Council provided the people of Lisbon with their ideas and agendas.  The three candidates running for the one seat on the Town Council are Liza Ward; Dean Willey and Dale James Crafts.  Of the three, there is only one taxpayer who owns property and that is Dean Willey.  The other two do not own property or pay real estate taxes in Lisbon.

I do not want to spoil it for anyone, so I encourage everyone to watch the video of “meet the candidate’s night”.  I am not sure exactly what night it will be aired but it will appear on the Town web site.  Please, before you go to the polls to vote review the video and see which candidate makes the best impression on you.   My personal opinion is that Dean Willey stands out as the best candidate.

Lisa Ward has been a Councilor for three years and during that time our taxes went up every year.  I live on a fixed income and cannot stand for my taxes to continue to rise.  Councilor Ward refused to address or entertain any cuts to the Police Department’s budget.  In my opinion, there are several areas of the Police Department budget that needed to be cut and Councilor Ward refused to consider any of them.

Dale Crafts is an excellent young man who is inexperienced and during these tough financial times would be lost.  Dale Crafts needs to attend council meetings and get to know how the local government works.  I know that his father was once a Councilor but it is not the same.

Dean Willey is the candidate that will get my vote for Councilor.

Larry Fillmore


Last night was another Town Council meeting.  The following is a recap of what took place:

Under Council Orders, Resolutions & Ordinances – The following agenda items were approved by a vote of 6-0.  Councilor Garrison was excused.

1. Amendment to Ch. 70-1 Definitions & Division 2 Groundwater and Wellhead Protection (Second Reading).
2. The Homeland Security Grant was accepted by the town for $15,360.75.
3. Chief Galipeau was approved to RFP a Thermal Imaging Camera damaged in the Public Works garage fire.  The insurance company has sent a check to the town for $12,782.18.
4. Verla Brooks was approved to RPF a furnace for the Beaver Park Cabin.  The Parks Department has carried forward $11,535.04 for this purpose.
5. The Council approved to Lease to Purchase an Asphalt Reclaimer for the town.
6. Fairpoint Communications has agreed to install poles and cables across Route 196 for Banners.  This is in support of the community.

The Council voted 4-2 to approve the Engineering Contract to Olver Associates, Inc.  The two councilors voting against were Councilor Ward and Pesce.

The following agenda items were tabled – Amend Ch. 70 Zoning Ordinance Division 5 Signs (Second Reading) and Repeal Ch. 62 Site Plans Sec. 62-169 Signs (Second Reading).

Also, the Town Council did not want to commit the town to Referendum Question 3.

Under Other Business – The Town Manager reminded everyone that on Monday night, October 27, 2014, 6:00 PM, at Lisbon Community School, there will be an informational night into the Energy Conservation Contract that is on the November ballot.

Under Appointments – Monique Gayton was appointed a Warden for the November 4, 2014 election.

Larry Fillmore