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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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October 23, 2014



United States

Obama: US Is 'Shaken' By Canadian Shooting

Obama Invites New Afghan President to Visit White House

Homeland Security Department Gears Up For Obama Immigration Action  

Man arrested after jumping White House fence, causing lockdown

PM Harper: Terrorist murdered soldier in cold blood

Attack at Canadian Parliament; Gunman dead, police sweep city

Canada Shooting: 3 Suspects Sought in Soldier Shooting Near Parliament

Protest against police brutality invades NYC’s Times Square

One-Fifth of Detroit's Population Could Lose Their Homes

Blackwater guards convicted in 2007 Baghdad shooting

Blackwater Founder Remains Free and Rich While His Former Employees Go Down on Murder Charges



Meeting Between Putin, UAE Emir's Son May Result in Economic, Military Treaties

Vnukovo airport’s four employees detained over fatal crash of French jet

Bill to allow private military contractors submitted to Russian parliament

Russia's Economy Stalls Amid Western Sanctions, Oil Price Drop

Putin, Poroshenko stress east Ukraine ceasefire observation

Putin sends condolences over Total's CEO de Margerie death

Energy Minister Novak: EU must undertake to guarantee Ukraine’s payment of debts for Russian gas

Russia prepares militarization of Arctic

Russia Considers Natural Gas Pipeline to Japan

Sikorski U-turn: Polish ex-FM backtracks on scandalous 'divide Ukraine' claim

Russia limits fruit and vegetables from Ukraine over EU re-export fear




Communist Party weighs boosting rule of law

Hong Kong Protesters Plan March After Fruitless Talks With Government

Government source hints at tougher line on Occupy protests if deadlock persists

China Says 43 Suspected Ebola Carriers Cleared

Net closes on Ling Jihua, one-time top aide to ex-president Hu Jintao

South Korea military removes festively lit tower

Officials Seek to Discredit Xi Jinping in Hong Kong

PLA may transfer 100,000 soldiers to Xinjiang

Talks fail to narrow gap between student leaders and Hong Kong government

Hong Kong leader hints at possible compromise on election

China executed 2,400 people last year


United Kingdom

David Cameron Accused of 'Desperation' as Migration Watch Chairman Sir Andrew Green is Appointed Peer

David Cameron cracks down on use of charities to fund terrorist organisations

Mission of liberty: Outgoing GCHQ boss defends mass surveillance

Barroso to Britain: Don't alienate your friends in Europe

Britain threatens Internet 'trolls' with two years in jail

UK finally sanctions Qatari terror funder – 10 months after US

Thousands turn out for ‘Britain Needs a Pay Rise’ in London

Britain Warns of 'Exceptionally High' Level of Anti-Terrorism Activity

'Massive blow': UKIP faces funding crisis as eurosceptic bloc collapses

Secretive Home Secretary quizzed over UK mass surveillance



European Union

EU to call on Russia to help stabilize Ukraine

Europe Hoping for Russia-Ukraine Gas Deal Next Week

Sweden gets two new sightings, as hunt for undersea intruder goes on

Poland to appeal European Court ruling on CIA jails

Nasal cells bring major breakthrough for spinal cord injuries

NATO seeks more U.S. ships

EU Council: EU not to recognize any elections held in self-proclaimed DPR and LPR

Sweden steps up 'mystery sub' hunt off Stockholm waters

Poland Could Decide Tuesday to Deport Russian Diplomats Amid Spy Scandal

Spain gives US go-ahead to use bases against Ebola



Merkel party set to lose a German state to leftist alliance

US troops head to Germany for exercise to counter Russian aggression

Waves of young Israelis find a home in the former Nazi capital

Germany 'working to build Ebola transport plane'

United against Salafism, right-wing scene surges in Germany

OSCE rejects German military assistance in Ukraine

Lufthansa Pilots Strike to Ground 1450 Flights

Missile boat crisis ends as Germany gives Israel $382 million discount

Girls in the army: Norway passes bill on mandatory military service for women

Yemeni man sues Germany over US drone attack that killed his relatives



French oil corp Total to continue cooperation with Russia

CEO of oil giant Total killed in Moscow plane crash

Teen convicted as 'armed clowns' spread panic in French towns

Nobel-Prize Winning Economist Slams Big State Socialism: Not Enough Money To Pay For It

French Bravado Being Put to the Test in Eurozone

Ministers Tussle Over Urgency of Benefit-System Revamp

Louvre to Loan 300 Artworks to Abu Dhabi Louvre Opening December 2015

Parliament votes to cut nuclear energy reliance

French say au revoir to France: Over two million French people now live abroad

France’s Debt Outlook Cut to Negative by S&P on Growth



War For Global Energy Supremacy-World War III

Syria Says It Shot Down 2 of 3 'Islamic State Warplanes'

ISIS Video: America’s Air Dropped Weapons Now in Our Hands

Two Explosions in Baghdad Kill 30, Injure 70 People: Reports

U.S. involved in seven air strikes on Islamic State targets

Syria air force strikes 200 times in 36 hours

US Cooperated Secretly with Syrian Kurds in Battle Against Islamic State

Syria Tribal Revolt Against ISIS Ignored, Fueling Resentment

Multiple car bombings rock Baghdad

US Opposes Iraq Militias Fighting Against Islamic State

Kurdish Parliament to Approve Peshmerga Deployment in Kobani

Afghan Poppy Cultivation at ‘All-Time High’


Ebola Apocalypse

Nearly 10,000 people infected with Ebola virus

US Plans 21-Day Watch of Travelers From Ebola-Hit Nations

Some U.S. hospitals weigh withholding care to Ebola patients

Suriname bans travelers from Ebola-hit countries

Ebola cases rise sharply in western Sierra Leone

WHO: Ebola Vaccine Trials in W. Africa in January

U.S. to funnel travelers from Ebola-hit region through five airports

Texas names 2 units to treat future Ebola patients

Freelance cameraman free of Ebola, can leave Nebraska hospital

Homeland Security says four Dulles passengers were taken to a local hospital after Ebola screenings

Screening arriving air passengers for Ebola a waste of money, experts say




Israel says no plan to allow Jews to pray at Al-Aqsa

Israeli Troops Come under Fire on Egyptian Border, 2 Injured

Ultra-Orthodox Jews attack Jerusalem buses over ad

Netanyahu Tries and Fails to Bypass the Palestinians

Israel eases restrictions on Gaza

Abbas warns of legal measures against Israeli ‘aggression’ on Al-Aqsa mosque

‘Shot in the heart’: Israeli army kills 13yo Palestinian boy

Palestinians still 2 votes short for UN resolution

Red Cross Delivers First Medical Aid in a Year to Palestinians in Syria

DM Ya'alon: Palestinians Will Have Autonomy, Never Statehood

Hamas plays down Cabinet meeting in Gaza



FM Cavusoglu: Kurdish Forces Not Entering Kobani Through Turkey

Cyprus threatens to block Turkey’s EU entry bid over gas row

Turkey unveils stringent new anti-protest laws

Turkey to allow Iraqi Kurds to join battle vs IS in Kobani

Turkey says its airspace not used for US airdrops over Kobani

Iranian TV reporter killed in Turkey car crash 1 day after 'spying accusations'

Turkey Says No to Arming Kobani Kurds

UN vote confirms Turkey's waning influence

NATO’s REGEX 14 Exercise With 12 Partner Countries to Kick Off in Turkey Monday

Syrian war changes Turkish border towns

Turkey OK’s American Drones to Fight ISIS



Officials say Cairo University bomb was detonated by mobile phone; injury toll 11

Saudi court jails 13 for plotting Al-Qaeda attack against US forces

Sudan’s Bashir to run for presidential re-election in 2015

Nigerian Elders Question Boko Haram 'Ceasefire' Deal

Egypt Denies Plans to Join US War Against ISIS

7 security forces killed, 4 wounded in roadside bomb blast in Sinai

Dozens killed in Nigeria 'ceasefire' with Boko Haram militants

Nigeria reaches deal with Boko Haram over abducted schoolgirls

Bombs Go Off at Muslim Festival in Egypt, Wound 11

Saudi Shia leader sentenced to death for role in anti-government protests




How a US and International Atomic Energy Agency Deception Haunts the Nuclear Talks

Iraqi PM Abadi on first visit to Tehran since appointment

Armenian premier to discuss cooperation with Iran

'Bad hijab' link to acid attacks on Iranian women

'Rice pill' cheap killer in Iran

Iran, Russia hold joint naval exercise

Iran mulls compromise nuclear offer

Supreme Leader Emphasizes “Red Lines”, Widens Gaps in Nuclear Talks

Zarif, Ashton, Kerry to Meet in Vienna on Wednesday

Envoy: Tehran to Send Military Aid to Lebanon as It Gets Through Legal Procedures

Iranian peshmerga chief: Iran set ambushes for us




Colombia-Ecuador border quake sparks fear of possible volcanic eruptions

Venezuelan Public Safety Plan to Include Radar and Drones with Cameras

Oil slide puts Maduro under pressure for reforms

Venezuela wins long coveted – and long denied – UN Security Council seat

Evo Morales Leads in General Election in Bolivia

Venezuela Calls for Urgent OPEC Meeting to Address Oil Price Drop

Venezuela ordered to pay $1.6bn to Exxon

Venezuelan Opposition Rejects Maduro Murder Accusations

Bolivia to Fight Crime with 1,500 Security Cameras

Maduro implicates Colombia's Uribe in killing




Rousseff pulls ahead of Neves before Sunday’s election

Rain Helps Control Fire That Has Destroyed 3,500 Hectares in Brazil

Brazilian serial killer who murdered 39 people confesses

Rousseff falls ill after tense Brazil debate

Brazil prison guards held hostage by inmates

Latin America universities fail to make grade

Brazil Blasts IMF’s “Contradictory” Forecasts About Its Economy

Number of Attacks in Southern Brazil State Rises to 100

Guinean Hospitalized in Rio de Janeiro Tests Negative for Ebola

Sao Paulo Water Supply at Risk in Extreme Drought




Protesters burn city hall in Mexico town where 43 students vanished

Federal Government Takes Control of Cities in Southern Mexico

Mexico widens search for 43 missing students

Prosecutor: Students not found in 1st mass graves

Mexican activist slain during radio broadcast

Protesters Burn State Building in Southern Mexico

Magnitude 7.3 Earthquake Near El Salvador Kills 1 Person

Magnitude-5.9 Quake Rattles Oaxaca in Southeastern Mexico

Some Bodies in Mass Graves in Mexico Do Not Belong to Missing Students



ALBA Nations Agree on Action Plan to Combat Ebola

While America Sends Troops To Fight Ebola, Cuba Sends An Army Of Doctors

Fidel Castro offers cooperation with US in fight against Ebola

Bermuda begins cleaning up after Hurricane Gonzalo

Cuba leads fight against Ebola in Africa as west frets about border security

Strange bedfellows: Cuba joins US in Ebola fight

Cuban migrants flood to US by taking advantage of lax passport rules

In Rickety Boats, Cuban Migrants Again Flee to U.S.

Joke about Ebola gets man kicked off Dominican Republic flight


United Nations

United Nations Consider Islamic State Actions Against Yazidis to Be Attempted Genocide

DRC expels top UN official over abuse report

Angola, Malaysia, New Zealand, Spain and Venezuela elected to serve on UN Security Council

Liberian Health-Care Workers Threaten to Strike

Liberia: 41 UN staffers under Ebola observation

UN Had Qatar Pay Nusra Front $25 Million to Release Golan Troops

Ban Ki-moon Urges Libyans to Unite, Offers UN Help

US military planes arrive at epicenter of Ebola

UN Security Council Threatens Sanctions as Peacekeeper Killed in Central African Republic



Japan prosecutors set to rule on possible Fukushima indictments

Abe set to accept Obuchi resignation, may ask justice chief to exit as well

Japan’s minister observes South Kuril Islands

Nuclear reactors near active volcanos in Japan called unsafe

Resignation of Japan minister over scandal seen imminent

Japan jets scrambling to counter rising Russian incursions

Japanese stocks crumble, Treasury yields down on economic gloom

Japanese minister plans to visit notorious wartime shrine

Two Dead, Over 90 Injured as Storm Vongfong Rages in Japan

Top Abe adviser dispatched for secret talks in China between Fukuda, Xi




New Indian missile can strike deep into Chinese territory

At least 20 killed, 30 injured in Bangladesh bus accident

Bill Gates Faces Trial in India for Illegally Testing Tribal Children with Vaccines

300,000 Evacuated as Strong Cyclone Hits Eastern India


Pakistan takes anti-government TV channel off air for ‘maligning’ judiciary

Pakistan, U.S. appear once again to be cooperating on drone strikes

Pakistan detects record number of polio cases

Pakistan Says Indian Border Fire Set Back Peace



Aquino says Philippines willing to help China seize illicit assets of fugitives

US agrees to put Marine to Philippine detention

Parliament House Lifts Face Veil Ban

Joko Widodo sworn in as Indonesian president

Tony Abbott visits PNG en route to Indonesia for inauguration of new president Joko Widodo

Julie Bishop has 'constructive' talks with Vladimir Putin on MH17 access

Philippines police file charges against US Marine over death of transgender woman

Australia speeds up visa scheme to attract rich Chinese investors

Tony Abbott defends Vladimir Putin's attendance at G20 summit

One in seven Australians living below the poverty line










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