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 “Conspiracy theorists concentrate their time on transmuting the "base matter" of current events, official stories, propaganda and public relations into the gleaming golden truth buried within. They do this through the very right-brained activity of uncovering and inventing connections between disparate elements.

They create story-systems to understand and explain events - essentially a religious activity. For whatever reason, it’s much easier for us to deal with our internal contents by projecting them into the world around us. These outward signs inevitably become carriers of the archetypal content and psychodrama latent in the seeker.

Conspiracy theory also overcomes the strictures of literalism and the problems of simplistic thinking by experimenting with multiplicity of meaning. Ordinary events, people and signs become symbols bristling with complex, malleable, even contradictory meanings. Mystery is revived and idealized. Facts become more than the sum of their parts. Theory becomes poetry and even theology.”

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Top World News Now                 

April 27, 2015



United States

Obama Pushes to Keep Power to Shut Down Cellphone Networks

Japan's Abe Arrives for US Visit

Kerry to Meet Iranian FM Zarif Monday, as Deadline Looms for Nuclear Deal

Clinton Foundation Admits Tax Discrepancies Amid Scrutiny Over Donations

US sending disaster response team, $1 million aid to Nepal

Deep Support in Washington for C.I.A.’s Drone Missions

Formerly secret report on surveillance released  

Texas Pushes for GMO Labeling with Introduction of New Bill

TSA Warns of Possible ISIS Attack on U.S. Soil

Supreme Court hears arguments on same-sex marriage next week

Arrest Made in Crash of Drone Carrying Drugs to South Carolina Prison



Putin says US helped North Caucasus separatists against Russia in the 2000s

Putin says taking Crimea righted historical injustice

Putin calls hostage crises in the Dubrovka, Beslan school hardest moments of presidency

Russia Erecting Monument to 'Little Green Men' Who Took Over Crimea

Russia sends 90 rescuers to quake-hit Nepal

OSCE Reports Highly Intense Shelling in Ukraine's Southeastern Village

Ukrainian Neo-Nazis Nail Rebel Fighter to Cross, Burn Him Alive

Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists trade accusations as Minsk deal frays

PM Yatsenyuk says miners’ protests were paid actions

Ukraine marks 29 years since Chornobyl nuclear disaster

Kazakhstan’s incumbent president winning presidential elections




Nepal Earthquake Death Toll Reaches 3,218, Over 6,500 Injured

Nepal Earthquake Poses Challenges for International Aid Agencies

Nepal Terrorized by Aftershocks, Hampering Relief Efforts

Xi extends condolences to Nepal over disastrous earthquake

China rescue team starts work

Asean tells China its island-building ‘may undermine peace, stability’ in South China Sea

Babylift children from last days of the war return to Vietnam seeking answers

China to provide 110 fighter jets to Pakistan

Feminist activist subjected to eight-hour grilling, bullying by police

Xi Jinping: Pakistan stood by us when China was isolated


United Kingdom           

London Police Use Tear Gas on Protesters in Anti-Gentrification Rally

Doing it tough? UK’s super-rich double wealth over past decade

Hundreds Protest in London Against EU Inaction Amid Migrant Crisis

Lancet medical journal accused of ‘hate speech’ on Israeli aggression in Gaza

Scottish trade unionists say to scrap ‘irrelevant’ Trident nukes

Britain defies Vladimir Putin and does send troops and RAF jets to Baltic war games

Most dangerous woman in Britain: Establishment press attack SNP’s Sturgeon

High-frequency trader in UK arrested to face US charges for May 2010 ‘flash crash’

Britain Plans to Open First Persian Gulf Naval Base by Late 2016


European Union

EC President Tusk: Europe unenthusiastic on issue of peacekeepers in Ukraine

Madrid Activists Protest Against NATO Military Bases in Spain

Capital Controls Arrive: Greece Begins Confiscating Deposits Of "Small Debtors"

Greece’s Syriza government signals pension cuts

Flame of first-ever European Games lit at Baku’s fire-worshiper’s temple

Poland Eyes Fund To Arm Eastern Europe

Millions worldwide mark 100th anniversary of Armenian genocide

EU allows more GM crops to be imported following 1.5 year hiatus

Major Greek bank to wipe debts of poorest clients

Terrorist train wreck threat from hacking of new rail signal system

Bumpy Ride: Poland Bans Russian Bikers From Driving Through to Berlin




Merkel's Office Calls to Cancel Visa of Russian Bikers 'Night Wolves'

Germany Prepares For Plan B, Says Greece Would Need Not Only A Third Bailout, But Fourth, Fifth Or Even More

After life of rejection, GI children search for their roots

Rival rallies in Germany over fate of coal-fired power plants

Politicians Warn Salafists Want to Establish an Islamic State in Germany

New Evidence of Civilian Deaths in US Drone War May Be Used in German Court

Germany, defying Turkey, to call 1915 Armenian massacre 'genocide'

FM Schäuble Upbeat on Possible Gas Deal Between Russia and Greece

Foreign Minister Steimneier warns Russia against recognizing DPR, LPR independence




President Hollande promotes the neo-fascist National Front

Police Arrest 3 Men Suspected of Plotting Attack on Church Near Paris

FM Fabius Calls for Easier Access to Energy to Avoid More Conflicts

PM Valls: Five terror attacks foiled in France in recent months

Hollande Hints France Could Kill Controversial Mistral Warship Deal

Hollande so far rules out sending peacekeepers to Ukraine

Hollande: France Still on High Alert Three Months After Paris Massacre

France, Russia on the Way to Mistral Deal Solution - Hollande

Hollande Calls for More EU Rescue Efforts After Migrant Tragedy



War For Global Energy Supremacy-World War III

Fighting escalates across Yemen, first air strikes on capital Sanaa

ISIL fighters make gains in Iraq's Anbar province

U.S.-backed rebels team with Islamists to capture Syrian city

ISIS wing in Yemen releases first video, threatens Houthis

115 children killed in month of Saudi-led operation in Yemen

3 car bombs driven by foreigners kill at least 4 at Iraq-Jordan border crossing

More fighting, air strikes in Yemen, civilian death toll exceeds 550

Iranian ships turn away from Yemen

Deadly Accuracy: Only 1 in 8 Americans Killed by Drones was Targeted

Iraqi Officials Claim ISIL Launches Chlorine Gas Attacks



Interesting Developments

To help spread its message, the NSA has produced a coloring book

The new nanny: Over a third of babies now use smartphones - before they walk and talk

DHS Opening Office In Silicon Valley To More Efficiently Complain To Tech Companies About Encryption

Diet Pepsi dropping aspartame on customer concerns

Sex, Drugs, and Dead Soldiers: What U.S. Africa Command Doesn’t Want You To Know

The School Of The Americas Is Still Exporting Death Squads

Did NASA Mistakenly Create a Warp Field?

Mysterious X-37B Military Space Plane to Fly Again Next Month

Liquid mercury found under Mexican pyramid could lead to king's tomb

Fujian H5N2 Explodes In US Midwest



Israel army kills four men on Syria border

Israel fires at Gaza ‘terror site’ after rocket strike

White House Mending Fences With Netanyahu

UK, France call for Israeli-Palestinian UN deal, resolution being drafted

Court jails Belgian for 7 years for spying for Iran

President Rivlin gives Netanyahu two weeks to form a new coalition government

Israelis mark Independence, Nakba Day

Netanyahu voices concern over Russian S-300 missile system supplies to Iran




PM Davutoğlu accuses court of taking orders from US-based cleric Gülen  

350 migrants heading to Europe captured in southern Turkey

President Erdogan Heaps Scorn on ISIL 'Virus'

Turkey criticizes Egypt over sentence issued against Morsi

Turkey Recalls Ambassador to Austria Over Genocide Remarks

Foreign Minister: Erdoğan, Obama to open mosque in US

President Erdoğan: Turkey economy spinning its wheels, needs presidential system of government

Prime Minister Davutoğlu pledges to ‘look after’ Roma people



Large-scale Egyptian army massed for operation to capture eastern Libya from ISIS

Sissi wants religious reform in Egypt - as long as he calls the shots

Egyptian businessmen rattled by new regulations

Boko Haram Attacks Army Base in Niger

Boko Haram Renamed ‘Islamic State in West Africa’

Trial of Bahrain's top opposition leader set to resume

Djibouti Accused of Assisting in Secret US Renditions in Africa

Ex-President Morsi sentenced to 20 years in prison



Supreme Leader criticises rich kids after deadly car crashes

Iranian Media Claims ISIL Uses Israeli Arms

Iran backs pipeline to China under ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative: ambassador

Obama: US Could Penetrate S-300 System to Attack Iran

Timing of sanctions relief may be deal breaker as Iran talks resume

A gruesome video of dogs being slaughtered sparks protests in Iran

Iran Summons Saudi Envoy After Coalition Attack in Sanaa

UN: Iran upholding interim nuclear deal commitments

Nuke Deal Fallout: Iran Becomes Major Battleground for Arms Deals




Opposition Mayor Moved from Jail to Hospital

Opposition Prisoner Leopoldo Lopez Now in Solitary

President Maduro: New apartment for woman who plunked me with mango

Kerry: Like with Cuba, US seeks 'common ground' with Caracas

Santos: Colombia will not cave to political pressure to end peace talks

Colombia frees Chinese ship caught carrying weapons illegally

Maduro May Attend V-Day Celebrations in Moscow May 9

Spain Lodges Protest with Venezuela after President Maduro Calls Nation ‘Racists’

5.4 magnitude earthquake rocks Trinidad and Venezuela




Magnitude 5.4 Earthquake Hits Peru

Ash piles up from eruption of Chile's Calbuco volcano

Former spy master flees Argentina amid threats

Chilean Village a Ghost Town After Calbuco's Twin Eruptions

Petrobras to book nearly $17 billion in charges resulting from corruption scandal

Volcano erupts in southern Chile, belching ash, smoke into sky

Argentine Prosecutor Drops Cover-Up Case Against President

Businessman Confesses to Paying $36 Million in Bribes to Petrobras Officials

Protesters, Police Clash in Chile Education Demonstrations



14 Convicted in Huge Mexico Sex Trafficking Ring Brought Down in Houston

Talk of Death Squads to Combat New Wave of Gang Violence in El Salvador

Mexican Authorities Recover Stolen Radioactive Material

Mexican Federal Forces Massacred Unarmed Civilians

Shootouts Send Mexican City Into Chaos as Criminals Try to Free Their Boss

Where is Iridium? Police Find Stolen Van, but Its Radioactive Cargo is Gone

Senate Considers Free Trade Zone With Cuba Possible

Radioactive Material Stolen in Mexico




After Diplomatic Thaw, Cuban Cancer Vaccine May Start Saving American Lives

Russia, Cuba agree on new aircraft deliveries

New York Governor Lands in Cuba for the Start of the Adventure

Spain’s Hotelsa to Be 1st Foreign Firm to Build Factory in Cuba’s Mariel Zone

Cuban Catholic Church Rejoices over News of Papal Visit

U.S. Navy Hospital Ship to Visit Jamaica on Humanitarian Mission

Both opposition candidates concede defeat in Cuban vote

Media Airs Tape of Fidel’s Phone Call with Students


United Nations

UN to mount humanitarian operation in Nepal

UN chief calls for "robust search, rescue capacity" in Mediterranean after deadly tragedy

UN calls for ending military hostilities in Libya

As Yemen crisis deepens, UN food relief agency calls on warring factions to allow supply restock

UN envoy to Yemen resigns

UN Offers to Help Ex-Guantanamo Detainees Settle in Uruguay

UN Asks for Humanitarian Access to Afghanistan After Killing of Aid Workers

The UN Desperately Needs Funds to Help Manage a Boko Haram Refugee Crisis



Japan to send disaster relief team to Nepal

High level of radiation detected in Tokyo park

Court Approves Restart of Two Reactors at Sendai Nuclear Power Plant

Drone 'containing radiation' lands on roof of PM Abe's office

Pumps at Fukushima plant halted, toxic water leaking into ocean

New law to allow Japan to supply U.S. military in South China Sea

Japanese lawmakers visit shrine honouring war criminals

Japan's "Over 65" Rise To Record 33 Million, More Than Double Number Of Children

Abe to meet Okinawa governor on Friday to discuss base relocation plan

Japan jets scramble at Cold-War levels as Chinese and Russian incursions increase




Rich temples may open gold vaults for PM Modi

Indian Navy Launches First Missile Destroyer of Own Design

Indian troops fire at Kashmir protesters; teenager killed

India to Push to Expose Pakistan's 'Double Standards' on Terrorism


Nine injured as PML-N, PTI workers exchange gunfire

Defense Minister: No Foreign Military Intervention Required in Pakistan

Pakistan Could End Up Charging CIA Officials With Murder Over Drone Strikes

Lakhvi walks free from Pakistan jail



Everyone must get vaccinated, except the Prime Minister’s daughters

Australia pledges aid package to Nepal as 300 Australians still unaccounted for

US seeks access to Philippine bases as part of Asia ‘pivot’

6.3 earthquake strikes New Zealand

Australia brokers intelligence-sharing deal with Iran

New Zealand Plotted Hack on China With NSA  

Masked gunman on the run in Sydney after firing eight shots at a busy shopping mall

Australian teens held over alleged terror attack

World Economic Forum for East Asia opens in Indonesia

Tony Abbott urges Australians to turn up on Anzac Day in wake of terror raids











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