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One of the necessities of civilization is the recognition of the usefulness of thinking about tomorrow rather than just today. Another way to put it is to "think before you act" or "plan for the future." We are reminded of the barbarity—or so it would seem—of those who live in the present and never consider the future in the actions of some criminals and other individuals whose personalities are dominated by momentary impulses.
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By Brig Asif Haroon Raja Sixty three years have lapsed but Kashmir dispute remains unresolved. During this period, besides several military standoffs, two full fledged Indo-Pak wars and two localised conflictsin April 1965 and in summer of 1999 took place on account of Kashmir issue. India has been defying UN Resolutions on Kashmir and playing monkey tricks all these years to avoid resolving the dispute.
Four years ago, the threat of an avian-flu pandemic catapulted up the agenda of governments, global health agencies, and companies.
“World bankers, by pulling a few simple levers that control the flow of money, can make or break entire economies.
WikiLeaks 'Cablegate" another PSYOP Awareness is mounting that WikiLeaks' operatives are U.S. assets, conducting a massive psychological operation on humanity, covertly targeting Iran and many American human rights defenders involved in the peace and justice action community subsequently giving these assets as much energy as media is giving air-time to them. Today, Brasscheck TV joined the ranks of reporters unveiling the ops from Down Under by releasing the video, "WikiLeaks: Brought to you by the CIA."
By Scott Stewart and Nate Hughes Over the past decade there has been an ongoing debate over the threat posed by electromagnetic pulse (EMP) to modern civilization. This debate has been the most heated perhaps in the United States, where the commission appointed by Congress to assess the threat to the United States warned of the dangers posed by EMP in reports released in 2004 and 2008. The commission also called for a national commitment to address the EMP threat by hardening the national infrastructure. There is little doubt that efforts by the United States to harden infrastructure against EMP -- and its ability to manage critical infrastructure manually in the event of an EMP attack -- have been eroded in recent decades as the Cold War ended and the threat of nuclear conflict with Russia lessened.