Anonymous May Have Taken Down Walter Palmer’s NEW Website (October 2015)

SAV Facebook.

Serbian Animals Voice (SAV)

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We have a Facebook site for Serbian animals as well as this site you are visiting here now; currently SAV Facebook has over 1,200 members.   Why not join the site and increase membership – its free !

On SAV Facebook, supporters and animal saviours are free to publish whatever they want about animals that they have rescued and have in their care.

There are many appeals to help with financial donations via secure sites if you would like to support any of the causes.

Sometimes we publish a few appeals on this site also, but in general SAV Facebook is an open forum to help animals further – by passing having to visit this site.

Please check it out at

And see some great work being done by some brilliant people with very little or no financial support.

They all need help, and you can read their stories and…

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Great Cats of the "World"

This is the Reality….and right now The Forests of Indonesia are Burning up! The people, The Wildlife The Forests need your help! Please don’t let them burn in silence……. If you can help in any way that you can please go here at :

(Please also see video attached at link below)

Via – Tiger Awareness

Palm Oil..See Tiger caught in snare ..
This video maybe 2 years old, the same situation applies today..Please watch..

John Vidal witnesses the struggle for survival of one of the most beautiful and diverse ecosystems on Earth|By John Vidal

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Google Freaks Out After Alex Jones Storms Headquarters

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Big Brother gets nervous when little brother watches back

While Google has become notorious for spying on Internet users, when Alex Jones attempted to film inside the company’s headquarters in downtown Austin, he was immediately asked to leave.

Within seconds of entering the building for an event being held by Google, Jones and his film crew were told that the company didn’t allow video recording, despite the fact that a huge sign on the wall made it clear that Google was recording everyone in the vicinity.

When Jones pointed out that Google had secretly installed software on computers that can listen to people’s conversations without them knowing, Google reps became nervous.

“How can he say we shouldn’t have a camera in here when Google is all about selling our data?” asks Jones.

Another woman working at the event then attempts to grab Jones’ microphone and physically remove him, before she…

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Borneo: Orangutans Are Dying as Indonesia Burns.

Serbian Animals Voice (SAV)

orangutans-fire-MAINOrangutans in the haze shrouding the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation camp on Oct. 5. (Photo: Antara Foto/Reuters)

John R. Platt covers the environment, technology, philanthropy, and more for Scientific American, Conservation, Lion, and other publications.

Orangutans Are Dying as Indonesia Burns

Thousands of forest fires set by palm oil companies across Sumatra and Borneo threaten not just endangered apes but the global climate.

Indonesia is on fire.

Right now, tens of thousands of small forest fires are burning across the islands of Sumatra and Borneo, the only habitats for orangutans and other rare species.

Many of the fires appear to have been intentionally set by palm oil companies, which employ slash-and-burn agriculture to clear land of native trees to plant their cash crop, which is used as an ingredient in everything from food to cosmetics.

Richard Zimmerman, executive director of Orangutan Outreach, calls…

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Now Monsanto’s toxic herbicide has been found in 80% of feminine hygiene products

My Blog for WOMENinSHADOW printable article

Originally published October 22 2015

Are you putting Monsanto in your vagina? 85% of tampons and feminine hygiene products contaminated with cancer-causing glyphosate herbicide

by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor

(NaturalNews) In the late 1970s and early 1980s, over 50 American women were killed by their tampons. Although the FDA and the feminine hygiene industry have gone to tremendous lengths to try to memory hole this true history (and label it just a “rumor”), tampons made from certain non-natural fibers were found to harbor deadly bacteria and release a sufficient quantity of chemicals to kill or injure over a thousand women.

As the Organic Consumers Association has published:

The worst offenders were Procter and Gamble’s ultra-absorbent Rely tampons. According to the book Soap Opera: The Inside Story of Procter and Gamble, the company dismissed consumer complaints about the tampons for years. A 1975 company memo…

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As sites move to SHA2 encryption, millions face HTTPS lock-out

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“We’re about to leave a whole chunk of the internet in the past,” as millions of people remain dependent on old, insecure, but widely-used encryption.


Source: ZDNET

In 2016, tens of millions of people around the world will face trouble accessing some of the most common encrypted websites like Facebook, Google and Gmail, Twitter, and Microsoft sites.

Why? Because their browser or device will be unable to read the new, more secure certificates.

SHA1, the cryptographic hashing algorithm that’s been at the heart of the web’s security for a decade, will be retired in a little over a year. Some say it could be cracked by the end of the year, essentially making it useless and weakening security for millions of users.

Certificate authorities said they will respond by no longer issuing SHA1 certificates at midnight, January 1 2016, opting instead for SHA2 certificates. SHA2 is a significantly stronger algorithm…

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