Unrest and Martial Law? Leaked Military Drill Anticipates “No Rule of Law” After Election Results : Daily Coin.

This tip came through the back channels; its implications are astounding.

If there is any truth to it, the 2016 election could be a kick-off for total tyranny.

According to an unnamed source – who has provided accurate intel in the past – an unannounced military drill is scheduled to take place during a period leading up to the election and throughout the month after.

It appears that the system is gearing up to handle outbreaks of violence, chaotic rallies and poll stations, and the possibility that the people of the United States may become very dissatisfied with the outcome by using military force and martial law.

The drill could, of course, go live at any time; Homeland Security and the military are prepared to contend with a period of unrest, and restore order to a divided and broken country – regardless of whether people like their new leader or not.

As you know, DHS is already monitoring this election and prepared to take over its ‘critical infrastructure’. The scope of this drill would, of course, take things much further:

Hi Guys,

I got some gouge from a former military colleague who is in contact with active duty personnel and he received an email about an upcoming drill.  We need confirmation on this, but if we put it out there we might get a leaker to come forward and confirm:

Date:  October 30th – 30 days after the election
Suspected Region:  Northeast, specifically New York

1st Phase:  NROL (No Rule of Law) – drill involving combat arms in metro areas (active and reserve).  Source says active duty and reserve service members are being vaccinated as if they are being deployed in theatre.

2nd Phase:  LROL (Limited Rule of Law) – Military/FEMA consolidating resources, controlling water supply, handing out to public as needed.

3rd Phase:  AROL (Authoritarian Rule of Law) – Possible new acronym or term for “Martial Law”.  Curfew, restricted movements, basically martial law scenario.

Source said exercise involves FEMA/DHS/Military

At this time, information concerning a drill has not been confirmed, nor has it been announced publicly.

However, there is reason to believe that the federal government is preparing for all contingencies – including those that might lead to violence or civil unrest after the election.

With Donald Trump openly calling out the “rigged” electoral system, there is reason to think that the public may not accept a Hillary win – particularly if there is any clear evidence that the vote was rigged, manipulated or poorly counted.

Just imagine for a moment thousands or even millions of people rising up in protest.

But is the system really expecting this could happen?

All bets are off in 2016, and quite frankly, it seems like something very creepy is rising to the surface.

The email also noted that this same source provided information which was covered by Shephard Ambellas and Infowars exposing that a mock American town had been constructed for urban warfare training under SPECWAR and DHS:

Link : The Daily Coin.

Nurse shortages ‘put patients at risk’ : Morning Star.

PAY restraints, budget cuts and Brexit are contributing to a “perfect storm” for Scotland’s nurses, a new report warned yesterday.

The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) argued that rising demand and a shortage of nurses was putting patients at risk and urged the Scottish government to take action to avert a staffing crisis.

According to the RCN report, a “boom and bust” approach to staffing levels had led to many health boards slashing jobs to balance the books, then struggling to recruit later as demand increased.

The union also warned that pay restraint had led to a real terms wage cut of 14 per cent since 2010, which contributed to the recruitment problems.

RCN Scotland director Theresa Fyffe said: “All these factors are contributing to a ‘perfect storm’ for our nursing workforce and without sufficient nursing staff and exponentially rising demand, patient care is being put at risk.”

Link : Morning Star.

Theresa May faces Tory backlash over planned cuts to in-work benefits : Welfare Weekly.

Backbenchers ‘girding themselves’ for campaign to make new system of universal credit fairer before chancellor’s autumn statement.

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Conservative backbenchers, including the former work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith, are preparing to campaign against £3bn of planned cuts to in-work benefits, in a fresh sign of the pressure Theresa May faces from within her own party.

Veterans of the backlash against the deep cuts to tax credits George Osborne was forced to withdraw last year are gearing up to put pressure on his successor, Philip Hammond, in the run-up to November’s autumn statement.

They would like the chancellor, who has said he will “reset” tax and spending policy in the wake of the Brexit vote, to ease the hardship of families who are set to receive significantly lower handouts under the new universal credit (UC) system.

Heidi Allen, the South Cambridgeshire MP who confronted Theresa May about the issue at Wednesday’s prime minister’s questions, told the Guardian: “MPs, lobby groups – we’re all girding ourselves for a campaign on this, and I won’t rest until I have tried my damnedest to get this at least softened.”

She pointed out that the cuts will bite gradually, as UC is undergoing a staged rollout to households across the country. “I just think this is a ticking time bomb,” she said.

The prime minister has already faced vocal criticism from shifting groups of her own MPs on a series of issues, including grammar schools and parliamentary scrutiny of the Brexit process, and has opted to postpone a vote on airport expansion to see off the threat of resignations.

Heidi Allen MP.
Heidi Allen MP.

While there is no parliamentary vote planned on the cuts, which have already been legislated for, the spectacle of centrist Tories taking to the airwaves to accuse the government of failing to protect the poorest families will underline the challenge May faces in governing her own party.

Conservative MPs are particularly concerned about the low earnings thresholds workers hit before they start to lose some of their benefits; and the steep withdrawal rates, which mean some groups of workers would keep just 24p of every extra pound earned under the new system.

David Burrowes, the Enfield Southgate MP who supported the battle against the tax credit cuts, said: “I share the concern that the changes to work allowances will mean that we do not yet have a welfare system where work always pays and too many people will be in work but in poverty.”

Allies of Duncan Smith say the former cabinet minister is preparing to voice his own concerns about the UC cuts, amid fears that the system, which he championed in government, is now not generous enough to give low-paid employees an incentive to take up more work.

His former aide Philippa Stroud has said she would like to see the planned increase in the tax-free personal allowance cancelled, and the money saved used to make UC more generous.

Analysis by the Resolution Foundation thinktank suggests that families would be £1,000 a year poorer under UC, if the cuts are implemented.

“Many MPs thought the tax credit cuts row had ended with the previous chancellor’s U-turn last year. But the £3bn cuts to universal credit that will be rolled out over the parliament could prove just as controversial,” said Resolution’s senior economist, David Finch.

He said reversing the cuts would show May was genuinely concerned about households that are “just managing”, as she suggested in her first speech in Downing Street.

“A move by the chancellor in the autumn statement to reverse the planned cuts to work allowances would send a strong message that the government’s welcome rhetoric is being backed by bold policy decisions.”

The Lib Dem leader, Tim Farron, said: “Theresa May and Philip Hammond have as much contempt for low income families as David Cameron and George Osborne ever did. If they really cared about helping everyone in our economy they wouldn’t be ploughing on with George Osborne’s universal credit cuts that will hit over 2 million low-income working families.”

Damian Green, the work and pensions secretary, has made clear he has no plans to seek fresh savings from the welfare budget, but Whitehall sources insisted the cuts that have already been budgeted and legislated for will go ahead.

A DWP spokesperson said: “There are no plans to revisit the work allowance changes announced in the budget last year. As our secretary of state has previously made clear, there are no further welfare savings planned in this parliament.”

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Link : Welfare Weekly.

WILD PARTY POLITICS Commons ‘rape’ highlights debauched culture of Westminster dominated by monster drinking sessions, illicit drugs and sex : Sun.

  • Coke snorted on Home Secretary’s desk
  • Drunk aides have sex in courtyard
  • Interns targeted in ‘hunting season’

THE scent of power is a powerful aphrodisiac.

Even more so when mixed with the naked ambition of young political wannabes and lubricated with copious amounts of taxpayer-subsidised cheap booze.

Big Ben by Night, London, England

Debauched Westminster . . . politics is just one big party.

Welcome to Westminster where, for an army of parliamentary aides, politics is one big party.

The alleged rape of a woman by Tory aide Sam Armstrong, 23, in Parliament a week ago has shone a spotlight on the wild excesses of these high-achieving young graduates who act as Government staffers.

Mostly low-paid dogsbodies, they work hard all week and, when their political masters return to their constituencies, play even harder.


Tory aide Sam Armstrong pictured with former PM David Cameron.

One told The Sun: “As a spin doctor I could give a good version of events. We are public servants working all hours for our country and deserve to unwind after a long week.

“Or I could say it’s like when Mummy and Daddy go away and leave the teenage kids at home and they throw a massive party, demolish the drinks cabinet and throw up all over the garden.”

Tales of monster drinking sessions, drugs and sexual adventures are rife among the numerous “bag-carriers”.

One recalls a legendary party where long lines of cocaine were reportedly snorted off the ornate desk of a former Home Secretary.

Another tells of when a senior Tory MP unexpectedly returned to his office late on a Thursday night.

Flinging open the wood-panelled door he found his researcher and a female colleague at it against a bookcase.

Enraged, he threw them out but greeted the aide on the following Monday as if nothing had happened. No more was ever said about it.

Read More : The Sun.

Massive cyber hack that floored Amazon, Twitter, HBO and Reddit could be ‘practice for election day’: Wikileaks supporters among those claiming responsibility for massive security breach – and many fear it is just a warm-up : Daily Mail.

  • Cyber attacks forced websites including Amazon and Twitter offline
  • Github, SoundCloud and PayPal websites were also reported to be down 
  • Outage appeared to be primarily affecting web users on the US East Coast  
  • Department of Homeland Security is ‘investigating all potential causes’
  • Some claim it could be a precursor to an attempt to disrupt the US Presidential election further
  • WikiLeaks believes its supporters were responsible for the attacks
  • Group called New World Hackers also claimed responsibility via Twitter

A massive co-ordinated series of cyber attacks has forced hundreds of major websites from Amazon to Twitter offline across the globe – and WikiLeaks believes its supporters were responsible.

It urged its backers to ‘stop taking down the US internet’, saying: ‘Mr Assange is still alive and WikiLeaks is still publishing.’

It then tweeted: ‘The Obama administration should not have attempted to misuse its instruments of state to stop criticism of its ruling party candidate.’

The Ecuadorian government switched off Assange’s internet service in its UK embassy Sunday after he released another tranche of emails showing the contents of a speech given by Hillary Clinton to Goldman Sachs.

WikiLeaks accused John Kerry and the US Government of asking Ecuador to shut down Assange’s internet connection, but the South American country denied it came under any pressure from the US or any other government.

The Department of Homeland Security has already launched an urgent investigation into Friday’s crash, amid claims it could be a precursor to an attempt to disrupt the US Presidential election further.

The White House called the disruption malicious and a hacker group claimed responsibility, though its assertion couldn’t be verified.

The massive co-ordinated series of cyber attacks has forced hundreds of major websites from Amazon to Twitter offline across the globe - and WikiLeaks believes its supporters are to blame

The massive co-ordinated series of cyber attacks has forced hundreds of major websites from Amazon to Twitter offline across the globe – and WikiLeaks believes its supporters are to blame.


DDoS attacks are a primitive form of hacking using botnets – networks of computers that hackers bring under their control.

They do this by getting users to inadvertently download software, typically by following a link in an email or agreeing to download a corrupted file.

Even smart home gadgets such as connected cameras and DVRs can be taken over in this way.

These botnets are then used to bombard the servers with simple requests for information carried out simultaneously, causing them to become overwhelmed and shut down.

Wikileaks has already come under fire for its decision to publish around 20,000 emails from John Podesta, Clinton’s campaign chair.

Internet service company Dyn, which controls the ‘address book’ of the internet for dozens of major companies, said that it had suffered its first denial of service (DDoS) attack shortly after 6AM ET (11AM BST), in an attack that mostly affected the east coast of the US.

It told CNBC the attack is ‘well planned and executed, coming from tens of millions of IP addresses at same time.’

It confirmed a second attack at 1PM ET, which appeared to be centered on UK servers, and later said ‘several’ attacks were underway on servers across the globe, with the west coast being particularly badly hit.

‘The complexity of the attacks is what is making it so difficult for us,’ said Kyle York, the company’s chief strategy officer. ‘What they are actually doing is moving around the world with each attack.’ He said an East Coast data center was hit first; attacks on an offshore target followed later.

Dyn said Friday evening a third cyber attack ‘has been resolved’.

It was not immediately clear who was responsible and Gillian Christensen of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security said the agency was ‘investigating all potential causes.’

The sick truth about our meat revealed: Pork pumped full of antibiotics. Chickens with E.coli and supermarket meat with MRSA : Daily Mail.

  • Animals kept in close quarters become vectors for disease and bacteria 
  • Farmers use antibiotics to treat the livestock intended for consumption 
  • But bacteria in our supermarket meat has become resistant to the drugs

Three dead pigs lie piled on top of one another, dumped in a corner of a hangar-like building at a farm in the north-east of England. From the snout of one, a stream of blood snakes across the concrete floor and into an adjoining pen.

There, young, live animals are held in groups of five as they are fattened for slaughter, never once setting foot outdoors. Their tails have been trimmed to prevent them biting each other’s off, as can happen in such cramped conditions.

Some pigs bear scars from previous attacks, while several others have ugly, open wounds on their flanks. Opened bottles of antibiotics and hypodermic syringes lay strewn around.

Pumping livestock, kept in close-quarters, with antibiotics has resulted in resistant strains of superbugs in our everyday meat (file photo)

Pumping livestock, kept in close-quarters, with antibiotics has resulted in resistant strains of superbugs in our everyday meat (file photo)

Elsewhere, one piglet lies prostrate on the floor, straining to breathe and close to death. Even the piglets that do survive will be separated from their mothers at four weeks and sent off to be fattened up, after which they will be slaughtered, packaged and sent to supermarkets across the country.

These shocking images were handed to the animal rights organisation People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals by activists who gained entry to the farm on two separate occasions over the past year. The farmer, who the Mail has chosen not to identify, denied any ill-treatment and said the leading farm standards scheme to which he belongs had found no fault, but whatever the truth of the matter, it’s clear that there is little room for sentimentality in modern agriculture.

After all, farmers are competing in an international market — one that is largely driven by price. Perhaps most worryingly, that price is being paid not only by the animals described here, but by you, the consumer.

Here, in the first of a three-part series investigating the disturbing truth about British meat, we look at the secrets behind the industry. How, unnoticed by consumers, the meat we eat has been manipulated and re-manufactured to maximise profit — leaving a legacy of problems that we are only now starting to understand.

We start with the scourge of antibiotics. Intensive farming practices mean diseases can spread rapidly among livestock, with the result that it became the norm to administer antibiotics as a preventative measure.

Across the world, more than half of all antibiotics used are administered to animals.

The flip side is that this over-use has bred resistance in the very bugs they were intended to counter — among them a strain of superbug MRSA (Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) called Livestock Associated MRSA CC398, which can be fatal in the weak, sick or elderly.

Tory minister talks until law to pardon 50,000 gay men runs out of time : Daily Mirror.

MPs were furious at Sam Gyimah – who insisted the government WOULD pardon the men, just in a different way.

A Tory minister has talked until a law designed to pardon 50,000 men criminalised under anti-gay laws ran out of time.

Sam Gyimah was still speaking today at 2.30pm when the ‘whistle’ went on a backbench MP’s Bill inspired by wartime codebreaker Alan Turing.

Under archaic House of Commons rules that means it’s been shelved without letting MPs vote.

The Justice Minister insisted the government was working on separate pardon laws with safeguards to stop people guilty of crimes that still exist today, like paedophiles and rapists, being cleared by accident.

He added: “Yes, we all want a pardon. Yes, we all want to right the wrongs of the past. But we cannot do that without having… safeguards. I believe to do that would be irresponsible on the part of the government.”

But SNP backbencher John Nicolson, who led today’s Bill, said the government’s version was not good enough – and MPs should be allowed to choose.

Some of the men were caught by police before homosexual acts were legalised in 1967. Others were convicted of underage sex because the gay age of consent was 21 until 1994.

Sam Gyimah insisted the government’s own reforms would pardon the men.

But John Nicolson was angry the men would have to apply for the pardon themselves.

The government’s version will make men who are still alive, one of whom is 93, apply for their own pardon.

“They will not apply for this,” Mr Nicolson told MPs. “They will not open themselves up to the shame and humiliation.”

Read More : Daily Mirror.