Daily Archives: March 19, 2017

10th Senior Russian Official Dead In The Past 2 Years [VIDEO]



Published on Mar 19, 2017

Since the day of Donald Trump’s election, high-ranking Russian officials have been dropping like flies and today’s reports that a top official of Russia’s space agency has been found dead brings the total to eight.

As we noted previously, six Russian diplomats have died in the last 3 months – all but one died on foreign soil. Some were shot, while other causes of death are unknown. Note that a few deaths have been labeled “heart attacks” or “brief illnesses.”

Learn More:


BRAZIL OLYMPICS LASTING LEGACY? : Dilapidated Olympic venues in Rio just SEVEN MONTHS after the event

These shocking images, taken yesterday, show the remains of a practice pool in front of the Olympic Aquatics stadium at the Olympic Park in Rio

  • Shocking pictures show arenas used during the Olympic and Paralympic Games last year in disrepair
  • An estimated $12 billion was spent on the Games, with nearly the same being spent on the 2014 World Cup
  • The area has been subject to legal ownership battles and unpaid bills since the triumphant event last summer
  • International Olympic Committee published action plan earlier this week outlining the future of the venues 

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4328456/Haunting-images-dilapidated-Olympic-venues-Rio.html#ixzz4bmp5dmW1


The Olympic Golf course, which is where British golfer Justin Rose scooped the gold medal for the Men's Individual category, is now partially degraded


A series of chess tables, built to entertain the 500,000 foreign visitors who flocked to the South American city last summer, have been left abandoned


The remains of the tennis facilities (right), located near the aquatics stadium (top left), are surrounded by cracked roads and pavements


STARBUCKS 2222222222222


Starbucks’ CEO Howard Schultz walks in front of a photo of Starbucks baristas at the 2016 shareholders meeting in Seattle. This year’s meeting will be his last as CEO; he steps down April 2. (Ted S. Warren/AP)

Howard Schultz, as visible a symbol of the coffee giant as the green-and-white mermaid, is stepping away from the CEO post after shaping Starbucks into a global consumer giant. He’ll still play a part in the company’s future — but for how long?

On April 2, 63-year-old CEO Howard Schultz is stepping down from his second stint at the helm of the company he built into a global empire. The first time he left, an overexpanding Starbucks crashed into a sharp recession, and he returned to put the company back on the rails.

This time, he leaves the CEO position as questions again loom about Starbucks’ growth prospects — and about his own future as an advocate for social causes and, perhaps, a political candidate.

He’s turning over to his successor a company on stable footing, with a digital strategy that has made Starbucks a leader among brick-and-mortar retailers.

And he’s leaving a legacy of a company that strives to take care of its employees while taking on a range of social issues from race relations to the hiring of veterans and refugees.

    Schultz “made a powerful brand, a powerful company, with a set of values,” said Nancy Koehn, a professor and historian at Harvard Business School. “Particularly in this second round, he’s continued to evolve the company as the world marketplace, the global residents, have changed.

“He’s an important pathbreaker in establishing a bigger social and political footprint for a public company,” Koehn said.

After stepping down as CEO, Schultz will remain at Starbucks as executive chairman, focusing on building the company’s more premium businesses, including its high-end showpiece Roasteries, and a new line of higher-end Reserve coffee shops.

He’ll be succeeded as CEO by Kevin Johnson, Starbucks’ president and chief operating officer, who has led much of the day-to-day operations since last July, when the company said Schultz would be concentrating his efforts on long-term global strategy and innovation.


9/11 – 50 Questions They Can’t Answer – (Part 1 of 3) [VIDEO]


Published on Sep 10, 2016

If you want to know what really happened on 9/11 you have to see this film.

This film is the most accurate, comprehensive and definitive expose on the events of 9/11 ever produced! This film debunks the debunkers (like Popular Science) piece by piece, one shred of evidence at a time.

ALL Credit goes to Massimo Mazzucco.

Original Title: 9/11 – A New Pearl Harbor


9/11 – 50 Questions They Can’t Answer – (Part 2 of 3)



Published on Sep 10, 2016


9/11 – 50 Questions They Can’t Answer – (Part 3 of 3)



Published on Sep 10, 2016




Published on Mar 15, 2017

The nation’s secret intelligence court has identified more than 75 cases in which it says it was misled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in documents in which the bureau attempted to justify its need for wiretaps and other electronic surveillance, according to the first of the court’s rulings to be released publicly.