Sunday, April 4, 2010 14:12
Cashless Society – Alex Jones on Economics 101 Syndicated talk radio host and documentary filmmaker Alex Jones
joins us on Economics 101 to discuss the cashless society. We discuss
the looming reality of the scientific control grid and how people can
fruitfully resist it.
Echoes Bush To Test Iran
On Friday only hours after President Barack Obama of the United States
conferred with his Chinese counterpart, in a rare hour long telephone
call, how to approach Iran and its nuclear program; he said the campaign
to impose United Nations Security Council sanctions against Tehran would
pivot on unified international backing.
rail bombs seen linked to Moscow attacks
Two bombs exploded in Russia’s Dagestan province on Sunday, derailing
a freight train in an attack a security source linked to suicide bombings
in Moscow and the same region, RIA news agency reported.
Amazongate blighted the rainforest harvest for WWF
car accessories plant north of Paris threatened Friday to blow up their
factory unless they were given better layoff compensation. Employees
at the Sodimatex plant placed petrol bombs near a large gas tank and
were threatening to set them on fire.
Feds Use Letter Sent by Sovereign Citizen Group to Stage False Flag? Following sensational news stories claiming the Guardians of
the free Republics threatened state governors around the country in
letters demanding they leave office or be removed, the FBI has today
warned police around the country that the letters “could provoke
violence,” according to the Associated Press.
bolsters oil, defense ties with Venezuela
Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin visited Venezuela on Friday to
discuss oil, defense and nuclear energy cooperation with Latin America’s
main leftist foe of the United States, President Hugo Chavez.
DHS probe ‘Guardians’ who demanded governors resign
The FBI and the Department of Homeland Security have launched an
investigation into letters sent by an anti-government group to over
30 governors demanding they resign within three days or face peaceful
removal from office.
schoolgirl, 12, sues police: report
A 12-year-old New York schoolgirl who was arrested and handcuffed
for doodling on her classroom desk is suing police for one million
dollars, a report said.
News Junkie Shot Up “Liberal” Church. Where Was The
SPLC? Inquire Within…
While FOX News trawls patriot websites looking for comments placed
by trolls and COINTELPRO operatives, perhaps it is time we shine
the big bright flashlight of truth onto their war-mongering, hate
fueled speech that motivated one of their fans to act out in a horrific
act of violence that barely even got a mention out of that vigilant
monitor of the radical right, the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Fed’s Last Hurrah
During the 1990s, inflationary Federal Reserve policy fueled a tech
stock bubble. When that bubble burst, the Fed inflated a larger
one in real estate.