Vaccines Paralyze 40 Kids In One Village
U.S. plans to add drone base in West Africa
On December 20, 2012, a vaccination tragedy hit the small village of Gouro, located in northern Chad, Africa. According to the newspaper La Voix, out of 500 children who received the new meningitis vaccine MenAfriVac, at least 40 of them between the ages of 7 and 18 have become paralyzed. Those children also suffered hallucinations and convulsions.
Since this report, the true extent of this tragedy is coming to light, as parents of these vaccinated children have reported yet more injuries. The authorities in the area are shaken, as citizens set fire to a sanitary administration vehicle in a demonstration of their frustration and anger at the government’s negligence.
Over Forty Children Paralyzed by Vaccines in One Village
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Pentagon report: Sexual assault in the military up dramatically
It comes one day after Defense Secretary Leon Panetta vowed to reduce the number of sexual assaults within the military, calling the numbers “unacceptable.” He announced that the Pentagon was preparing a series of new initiatives in an effort to try to curb the assaults.
While the measures that Mr. Panetta announced this week were widely welcomed, some democratic lawmakers pointed out that many of the newly-announced initiatives were already slated to go into effect with a law passed by Congress late last year. Others warned that the announced steps did not go far enough to combat the fast-growing problem.
The rate of violent sexual crime has increased 64 percent since 2006 according to the US Army report, which noted that “rape, sexual assault, and forcible sodomy were the most frequent violent sex crimes committed in 2011.”
While women comprise 14 percent of the Army ranks, they account for 95 percent of all sex crime victims.
Obama’s new Pentagon strategy: Strip benefits & buy more weapons.
The world’s biggest military is about to get smaller - with President Obama announcing the biggest strategy review in years, to try and make the U.S. army leaner and cheaper. It includes changing from large ground wars, to what he says will be an expanded agile force across Asia, the Pacific and the Middle East.
Via - RussiaToday
If he wanted to make it leaner. He would have modeled it after the marine corps. Instead he is trying to kill the military with a 1000 cuts. The Pentagon will never be effect by things like this. It would be the service man on the ground that would be F***Ked.
I have come to the conclusion he wants to make the military so bad. Were no one will want to join. He will then putt forward we need the draft again. Then he will be able to create that civilian corps he talked about in his campaign.
I almost guarantee these cuts will not close down any bases over seas. It will close down bases here. Why not reverse it. Close down all bases not based in the USA. Withdraw from all international conflicts. Then we could fund a leaner military. That is properly trained and maintained. But that is not what his masters want.
The Future of the US Military: Drones, Computer Viruses, and Outer Space
Now that we’re both out of Iraq and money, the US government has to make some very important decision about how it’ll kill its enemies in the future. Obama and his generals have weighed in: cheap war is getting techier.
America’s classified X-37B spaceplane is probably spying on China, according to a report in Spaceflight magazine. The unpiloted vehicle was launched into orbit by the US Air Force in March last year and has yet to return to Earth. The Pentagon has steadfastly refused to discuss its mission but amateur space trackers have noted how its path around the globe is nearly identical to China’s spacelab, Tiangong-1. There is wide speculation that the X-37B is eavesdropping on the laboratory. “Space-to-space surveillance is a whole new ball game made possible by a finessed group of sensors and sensor suites, which we think the X-37B may be using to maintain a close watch on China’s nascent space station,” said Spaceflight editor Dr David Baker. The X-37B, also known as the Orbital Test Vehicle (OTV), looks like a mini space shuttle and can glide back down through the atmosphere to land on a runway, just like Nasa’s re-usable manned spaceplane used to do before its retirement last July. (via BBC News - X-37B spaceplane ‘spying on China’)
U.S.’s leaner military ‘turning a page’ on a decade of war: Obama
President Barack Obama, rolling out a new defense strategy to shrink the country’s armed forces at a time of tight budgets at home, pledged on Thursday to maintain the United States as the world’s dominant military power.
But Obama, anticipating attacks from his Republican rivals in an election year over the proposed $489 billion in defense cuts over the next 10 years, said the reductions would be limited and not come at the expense of America’s military might.
“Our military will be leaner but the world must know – the United States is going to maintain our military superiority with armed forces that are agile, flexible and ready for the full range of contingencies and threats,” Obama told a news briefing at the Pentagon.
To get a sense of the size of the U.S military, here is our graphic from earlier last year, looking at the scale of America’s forces.