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Marcel Vervloesem: Google


Op Google vindt men enkel de oude berichten over de ziekenhuisopnamen van Marcel Vervloesem. Dat komt voor een groot deel omdat de pers die al gedurende 15 jaar een media-proces tegen Vervloesem voert om de kinderpornozaak Zandvoort dood te zwijgen, liever geen aandacht aan deze zaak besteedt.


Marcel Vervloesem in ziekenhuis opgenomen : Werkgroep ...


Apr 28, 2012 - Beste vrienden, Zoals jullie in mijn bijgaand berichtje aan de advocate van Marcel kunnen lezen, is Marcel de voorbije nacht in het...


Victor Vervloesem, Sp.a-gemeenteraadslid Herentals ...


Aug 16, 2008 - Victor Vervloesem, halfbroer van Morkhoven-aktievoerder Marcel ... Foto: Marcel Vervloesem na zijn kankeroperatie in het ziekenhuis van Lier ...


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Nov 1, 2008 - (Belga) Marcel Vervloesem, de zelfverklaarde kinderpornojager die begin dit jaar ... is van de gevangenis overgebracht naar het ziekenhuis.


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Nov 1, 2008 - Marcel Vervloesem, de zelfverklaarde kinderpornojager die begin dit jaar vier jaar cel ... is van de gevangenis overgebracht naar het ziekenhuis.


'Witte ridder' Marcel Vervloesem in ziekenhuis - Het ...

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Nov 2, 2008 - Marcel Vervloesem, de zelfverklaarde kinderpornojager die begin dit jaar ... de gevangenis in Turnhout overgebracht naar het ziekenhuis in Lier.


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Jun 21, 2013 - Marcel Vervloesem, bekend vanwege zijn niet aflatende strijd tegen ... is opnieuw met spoed opgenomen in het Heilig Hart ziekenhuis te Lier.


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Nov 1, 2008 - Marcel Vervloesem, de zelfverklaarde kinderpornojager die begin dit jaar vier jaar ... is van de gevangenis overgebracht naar het ziekenhuis.


'Kinderpornojager' Marcel Vervloesem in kritieke toestand

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"Ik vrees dat Marcel Vervloesem eerstdaags in de gevangenis van Brugge of het ziekenhuis van Brugge zal overlijden indien er niets ondernomen wordt.


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Dec 9, 2013 - Brussel, 1.11.2008 – Vanavond zal de opname van Marcel Vervloesem op de intensieve van het Sint Elisabethziekenhuis te Turnhout even op ...


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Jun 24, 2013 - chevet de Marcel Vervloesem, lequel occupe la chambre 283 au Heilig Hart Ziekenhuis à Lier. Coïncidence, cette hospitalisation avait été ...


Pentagon dictatorship

Former DARPA director and now Google executive Regina Dugan is pushing an edible “authentication microchip” along with an electronic tattoo that can 'read your mind'. http://youtu.be/wZta3HRe2YY

Darpa director Regina Dugan.Pentagon.Google

Exclusive: Darpa Director Bolts Pentagon for Google

December 12, 2012

Darpa director Regina Dugan will soon be stepping down from her position atop the Pentagon’s premiere research shop to take a job with Google. Dugan, whose controversial tenure at the agency lasted just under three years, was “offered and accepted at senior executive position” with the internet giant, according to Darpa spokesman Eric Mazzacone. She felt she couldn’t say no to such an “innovative company,” he adds. Dugan’s emphasis on cybersecurity and next-generation manufacturing earned her strong support from the White House, winning her praise from the President and maintaining the agency’s budget even during a period of relative austerity at the Pentagon.

Her push into crowdsourcing and outreach to the hacker community were eye-openers in the often-closed world of military R&D. Dugan also won over some military commanders by diverting some of her research cash from long-term, blue-sky projects to immediate battlefield concerns. “There is a time and a place for daydreaming. But it is not at Darpa,” she told a congressional panel in March 2011 (.pdf). “Darpa is not the place of dreamlike musings or fantasies, not a place for self-indulging in wishes and hopes. Darpa is a place of doing.” For an agency that spent millions of dollars on shape-shifting robots, Mach 20 missiles, and mind-controlled limbs, it was something of a revolutionary statement. The shift was only one of the reasons why Dugan was a highly polarizing figure within her agency, and in the larger defense research community.

The Pentagon’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) is also actively investigating hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of contracts that Darpa gave out to RedX Defense — a bomb-detection firm that Dugan co-founded, and still partially owns. A separate audit is examining a sample of the 2,000 other research contracts Darpa has signed during Dugan’s tenure, to “determine the adequacy of Darpa’s selection, award, and administration of contracts and grants,” according to a military memorandum. Results of the inspector general’s work haven’t been released. And the work had “no impact” on Dugan’s decision, according to her spokesman, Mazzacone. “The only reason” she decided to leave the Pentagon was the allure of working at Google.

Read more at: http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2012/03/dugan-darpa-google/


Google and the Pentagon:







Google: world’s best search engine


Google search results for ‘Me alle tsjetsjenen mor ni met den dezen’

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Syria: Scores of foreign backed terrorists killed · Europa in Syrië: 5.000 jihadisten met een. ….. Verhofstadt is also a member of the Club de Madrid, an organization of more than … According to the Suez website, Davignon holds 11,111 Suez shares, which are currently worth more than …. Is the planet shaking or is it just me ?

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May 14, 2013 – L’Union me semble être le frère jumeau du Verschueren, même … te hebben met de barman waarmee ik het gisteren even aan de stok kreeg.


‘Me alle tsjetsjenen mor ni met den dezen’
Antwerp expression - ‘You can do it with all the Chinese, but not with this guy’
Chinese/Tchetchens: pun
Pun: A play on words, sometimes on different senses of the same word and sometimes on the similar sense or sound of different words. To make puns or a pun.
After this publication, a computer crash. A coincidence?


More information about Google:

March 14, 2012 - Google Adds (Even More) Links to the Pentagon

Who thinks his image is damaged on the Internet, can now be insured. Korneel Warlop from the Belgian Assurance Company Axa. "We work with companies to ensure that the data automatically arrive at the end of the search lists so no one reads them."


Syria News: Our most popular webpage on Google


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Note: The page on latestnewssyria.wordpress/82was empty, no title.

We sometimes have the impression that the search results are manipulated.
So, for example, it was hard to find the website of the Syrian Arab News Agency (Sana) on Google. And when you clicked the web address, the connection failed.


Google: 'We Are Not Censoring The Syrian Arab News Agency':


'Latest News Syria': Google


As a reminder:  Google Alert – latest news Syria SANA – May 30, 2013

1 new result for latest news Syria SANA

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Photos: Obama and Google. On 3.14.2012, America’s Defense Department’s best-known geek announced that she was leaving the Pentagon for a job at Google. This is why the Google posts about Syria are focused on U.S. politics.


U.S. spying: Is PRISM just the tip of the iceberg?

Oct 30 2013

Report: The NSA is spying on data from Google and Yahoo, too

New docs show NSA taps Google, Yahoo data center links

Tapping overseas cables grabs more data than the PRISM court-approved process.

US intelligence access to the mounds of data held by Google and Yahoo goes far beyond the court-approved PRISM program, which was described in some of the first National Security Agency (NSA) leaks to come out this summer. Top secret documents published today by The Washington Post reveal that the NSA has tapped into overseas links that Google and Yahoo use to communicate between their data centers.

The newly revealed program, codenamed MUSCULAR, harvests vast amounts of data. A top-secret memo dated January 9, 2013 says that the NSA gathered 181,280,466 new records in the previous 30 days. Those records include both metadata and the actual content of communications: text, audio, and video.

The program is a strikingly aggressive one on the part of the NSA against US-based Internet companies. Operating overseas gives the NSA more lax rules to follow than what governs its behavior stateside.

In one of the documents (a hand-drawn sheet), an NSA presenter explains how the agency gets in to the mid-point where the "Google Cloud" touches the "public Internet." With a smiley-face drawing added, the slide explains: "SSL Added and removed here!"

The MUSCULAR program taps directly into the fiber optic cables that Google and Yahoo use to transmit data between their own data centers—a situation the companies have tried to avoid, in part by purchasing or leasing thousands of miles of their own fiber optic cables, explains the Post. The program is conducted overseas in conjunction with GCHQ, the UK's top intelligence agency.

Google has already said the company is moving swiftly to further encrypt the flow of information between its data centers as a reaction to government snooping. It spoke to the Post about that process in a separate story, published on September 6.

Under the PRISM program, Internet companies like Google and Yahoo are compelled to put data for certain users in a kind of digital lock-box for government use through a process overseen by courts.

The MUSCULAR program revealed today apparently takes place without the companies' knowledge. Google told the Post that it is "troubled by allegations of government intercepting traffic between our data centers, and we are not aware of this activity."

Yahoo emphasized that it has "strict controls in place to protect the security of our data centers, and we have not given access to our data centers to the NSA or any other government agency."

Neither the White House nor the office that oversees the NSA said anything about the program to the Post. They would not confirm or deny its existence.

The newly published documents are part of the massive trove of information leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden to journalists at the Post and The Guardian.

The Post contacted two engineers close to Google about the slides, and the paper describes how they "exploded in profanity" upon viewing the smiley-face slide—an apparent celebration of government conquest over Google's security. "I hope you publish this," one source said.



Latest News Syria: Google



SANA – Syrian Arab News Agency – وكالة الانباء السورية

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White House: Google campaign


American war propaganda Google

'White House: Chemical weapons': About 65,800,000 results

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White House plan to arm Syrian rebels raises fears of terrorist links - Fox News
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White House: Syria chemical weapons kill up to 150 | National - www.thenewstribune

On 3.14.2012, America's Defense Department’s best-known geek announced that she was leaving the Pentagon for a job at Google.  Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook and Larry Page of Google both strongly denied giving unfettered access to user data to U.S. officials, but it turns out both companies have, in fact, cooperated with governments requests.


Some interesting links:



Google Alert - latest news Syria SANA - chemical weapons


Google Alert - latest news Syria SANA - 14 June 2013

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‘US Begins Agent Orange Cleanup in Vietnam’

August 9, 2012

DANANG, Vietnam—Vo Duoc fights back tears while sharing the news that broke his heart: A few days ago he received test results confirming he and 11 family members have elevated levels of dioxin lingering in their blood.

The family lives in a two-story house near a former US military base in Danang where the defoliant Agent Orange was stored during the Vietnam War, which ended nearly four decades ago. Duoc, 58, sells steel for a living and has diabetes, while his wife battles breast cancer and their daughter has remained childless after suffering repeated miscarriages.

For years, Duoc thought the ailments were unrelated, but after seeing the blood tests he now suspects his family unwittingly ingested dioxin from Agent Orange-contaminated fish, vegetables and well water.

Dioxin, a persistent chemical linked to cancer, birth defects and other disabilities, has seeped into Vietnam’s soils and watersheds, creating a lasting war legacy that remains a thorny issue between the former foes. Washington has been slow to respond, but on Thursday the US for the first time will begin cleaning up dioxin from Agent Orange that was stored at the former military base, now part of Danang’s airport.

“It’s better late than never that the US government is cleaning up the environment for our children,” Duoc said in Danang, surrounded by family members sitting on plastic stools. “They have to do as much as possible and as quickly as possible.”

The US $43 million project begins as Vietnam and the US forge closer ties to boost trade and counter China’s rising influence in the disputed South China Sea.

Although the countries’ economic and military ties are blossoming, progress on addressing the dioxin legacy has been slow. Washington still disputes a claim by Hanoi that from three million to four million Vietnamese were affected by toxic chemicals sprayed by US planes during the war to eliminate jungle cover for guerrilla fighters, arguing that the actual number is far lower and other environmental factors are to blame for the health issues.

That position irks the Vietnamese, who say the United States maintains a double standard in acknowledging the consequences of Agent Orange. The US has given billions of dollars in disability payments to American servicemen who developed illnesses associated with dioxin after exposure to the defoliant during the Vietnam War.

In 2004, a group of Vietnamese citizens filed suit in a US court against companies that produced the chemical, but the case was dismissed and the Supreme Court declined to take it up.

Until a few years ago, Washington took a defensive position whenever Agent Orange was raised because no one had determined how much dioxin remained in Vietnam’s soil and watersheds, and the US worried about potential liabilities, said Susan Hammond, director of the War Legacies Project, a US nonprofit organization that mainly focuses on the Agent Orange legacy from the Vietnam War.

“There was a lot of the blame game going on, and it led nowhere,” Hammond said by telephone from Vermont. “But now at least progress is being made.”

Over the past five years, Congress has appropriated about US $49 million for environmental remediation and about $11 million to help people living with disabilities in Vietnam regardless of cause. Experts have identified three former US air bases—in Danang in central Vietnam and the southern locations of Bien Hoa and Phu Cat—as hotspots where Agent Orange was mixed, stored and loaded onto planes.

The US military dumped some 20 million gallons (75 million liters) of Agent Orange and other herbicides on about a quarter of former South Vietnam between 1962 and 1971.

The defoliant decimated about five million acres (two million hectares) of forest—roughly the size of Massachusetts—and another 500,000 acres (202,000 hectares) of crops.

The war ended on April 30, 1975, when northern communist forces seized control of Saigon, the US-backed former capital of South Vietnam. The country was then reunified under a one-party communist government. Following years of poverty and isolation, Vietnam shook hands with the US in 1995 and normalized diplomatic relations.

Since then, the relationship has flourished and the two countries have become important trading partners. Military ties have also strengthened, with Vietnam looking to the US amid rising tensions with China in the disputed South China Sea, which is believed to be rich in oil and gas reserves and is crossed by vital shipping lanes.

Although Washington remains a vocal critic of Vietnam’s human rights record, it also views the country as a key ally in its push to re-engage militarily in the Asia-Pacific region. The US says maintaining peace and freedom of navigation in the sea is in its national interest.

The Agent Orange issue has continued to blight the US-Vietnam relationship because dioxin can linger in soils and at the bottom of lakes and rivers for generations, entering the food supply through the fat of fish and other animals.

Vietnam’s Ministry of Defense and the US now plan to excavate 73,000 cubic meters (2.5 million cubic feet) of soil from the airport and heat it to a high temperature in storage tanks until the dioxin is removed. The project is expected to be completed in four years.

Walter Isaacson, CEO of the Washington-based Aspen Institute, said Thursday’s start “marks the coming together of our two countries to achieve a practical solution to dioxin contamination.”

His organization coordinates the US-Vietnam Dialogue Group on Agent Orange/Dioxin, which connects prominent American and Vietnamese scientists, health experts and former officials.

The group in May said that $450 million is needed to clean up dioxin hot spots, provide services to people with disabilities, and repair damaged landscapes across Vietnam over the next five years.

The US is rolling out a $9 million project to address disabilities in Vietnam through 2015, but it continues to dispute Vietnam’s claim that dioxin has caused health problems there. It remains unclear whether the US will clean up all of Vietnam’s dioxin, and how much it will allocate in the long term for people who claim to be Agent Orange victims.

A national action plan that Vietnam’s government released in June lays out goals for dealing with Agent Orange, but does not give a price tag.

Every penny counts for Nguyen Thi Hien, who directs three rehabilitation and vocational training centers for 150 children and young adults with disabilities in Danang on a budget of roughly 100 million dong ($5,000) per month.

The children, busy drawing and making plastic flowers that are sold to raise funds, suffer from a range of physical and mental ailments that Hien says are linked to dioxin.

Vo Duoc, the steel salesman, will travel to the capital, Hanoi, next month to receive treatment for his diabetes. But he says he’s more concerned about what will happen to his six grandchildren, who haven’t yet been tested for dioxin.

“They had nothing to do with the war,” Duoc said. “But I live in fear that they’ll test positive like me.”

Photo: Professor Nguyen Thi Ngoc Phuong, at Tu Du Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital, is pictured with a group of handicapped children, most of them victims of Agent Orange



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Photo: February 17, 2011 – President Barack Obama joins a toast with Apple CEO Steve Jobs, and other technology executives at a dinner in Woodside, California.
The “Day of Rage” in Libya and by Libyans in exile was planned for February 17, 2011…

On 3.14.2012, America’s Defense Department’s best-known geek announced that she was leaving the Pentagon for a job at Google.

The American federal government has been secretly collecting information on foreigners overseas for nearly six years from the nation’s largest Internet companies like Google, Facebook and, most recently, Apple, in search of ‘national security threats’, the director of national intelligence confirmed Thursday night.


The Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) is the national official news agency in Syria:
http://sana.sy/index_eng.html (if the link isn't blocked by the western war seeking authorities)


Latest News Syria: Google censorship


On 3.14.2012, America’s Defense Department’s best-known geek announced that she was leaving the Pentagon for a job at Google…

'Latest News Syria - Syrian Press Agency Sana'

Search results for Google:


    Syrian refugees in Sana'a

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    Every time he left home, he remembered, he thought it might be the last time he ... He is hosted by another Syrian family residing in Sana'a, but...

    Syrian troops attack rebel-held town

    Irish Times-19 May 2013
    Syria's president Dr Bashar al-Assad (right) sits during an interview with ... photograph distributed by Syria's national news agency Sana.

    Syria urges nationals to avoid travel to Turkey

    The Daily Star-02 Jun 2013
    Syria urges nationals to avoid travel to Turkey: SANA ... its nationals avoid travel to Turkey given recent protests against Prime Minister Reccep ...

    Austria announces withdrawal of peacekeepers from Golan Heights ...

    Medicine Hat News-3 hours ago
    This photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, shows ... solidifies some of the regime's recent gains on the ground that have ...
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    Syria Army Retakes Key City, Dealing Blow to Rebels

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    This photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, ... and northern Syria that had been under rebel control since early last year.
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    Al-Qaida leader calls on Sunnis to fight in Syria

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    This photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, shows ... solidifies some of the regime's recent gains on the ground that have ...

    Iran denies it has forces in Syria

    Irish Times-24 May 2013
    Syria's president Bashar al-Assad (left) speaks with Shukri Bin Suleiman ... distributed by Syria's national news agency SANA yesterday.

    Ayman Al Zawahri, Al Qaeda Leader, Calls On Sunnis To Fight In Syria

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    In one such incident last month, Syrian troops targeted an Israeli jeep they ... 2013 file photo provided by the Syrian official news agency SANA, ...

    Rai says conspirators behind Syria crisis: SANA

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    Rai says conspirators behind Syria crisis: SANA ... Rai also criticized the recent kidnappings of Christian bishops in Aleppo as well as the ...

    Syrian TV journalist killed near Qusair: SANA

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Sana: http://sana.sy/index_eng.html