Monday, August 24, 2009 17:51
Prepare To Seize Kids During Swine Flu Pandemic Authorities are preparing to seize children from schools, set
up quarantines and morgues, conduct mass vaccinations, and deal with
riots and unrest, according to an international swine flu summit recently
held in Washington DC which was attended by distinguished scientists,
industry leaders and top health officials from all over the globe.
Happened in Guadalajara
President Obama went to Guadalajara, Mexico in August as part of his
promise to “rejoin the World Community” and become a “citizen
of the world.” He participated in a conference with Mexican President
Felipe Calderon and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
cops eye shotgun cartridge Taser
The Home office has confirmed it’s eyeing the Taser eXtended Range
Electronic Projectile (XREP) for possible deployment with UK police
forces, the Guardian reports.
Strategists See Schools on Front Line
One of the main battlegrounds in the fight against an expected resurgence
of swine flu this fall will be the schoolyard, a place where the disease
could, well, go viral.
Joker Posters Cited As “Hate Speech”
A local Texas newspaper has cited the now iconic “Jokerbama”
image as an example of hate speech after a military veteran reported
the presence of the posters on light poles in his local area to
City Hall officials.
of Cynthia McKinney urged by ‘journalist’ trained and
paid by FBI
“Hate blogger” Hal Turner’s lawyer said last week,
and prosecutors agreed, that Turner was “trained by the FBI
on how to be deliberately provocative” and “worked for
the FBI from 2002 to 2007 as an ‘agent provocateur’
and was taught by the agency ‘what he could say that wouldn’t
be crossing the line.’”
Seek Out Abuses By U.S.
Iranian lawmakers voted overwhelmingly on Sunday for a bill creating
a $20 million fund intended in part to expose human rights violations
by the United States, the ILNA news agency reported.
Military Says Its Force in Afghanistan Is Insufficient
American military commanders with the NATO mission in Afghanistan
told President Obama’s chief envoy to the region this weekend
that they did not have enough troops to do their job, pushed past
their limit by Taliban rebels who operate across borders.
ID: REAL ID Reanimated
In February, the opponents of REAL ID were given a bit of hope when
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano said that she wanted
to repeal the REAL ID Act, the federal government’s failed
plan to impose a national identification card through state driver’s
to reopen US prison abuse cases: report
The US Justice Department’s ethics office has recommended
reopening nearly a dozen prisoner-abuse cases, potentially exposing
CIA employees and contractors to prosecution for their treatment
of terrorism suspects, The New York Times reported Monday.
Approval Rating Hits Record Low The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for
Sunday shows that 27% of the nation’s voters Strongly Approve
of the way that Barack Obama is performing his role as President.
Child Can Understand the Meaning of Debt
My sons, who will be five next month, have recently discovered mathematics.
They are learning their numbers, and are intrigued by the concepts
of addition and subtraction.
challenger says election “widely rigged” Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s main challenger said
on Sunday he had evidence last week’s election had been widely
rigged by the incumbent and that he had lodged more than 100 complaints.
Holdren's Eugenicist Nightmare
CIA Involvement In Iran
Nazi Roots Of The European Union
North Korea Nuclear Circus
Police State UK
Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura
9/11 Truth Hit Piece Propaganda
July 13 - Gregory
Seabrooke - $100
June 24 - David Kwon - $50
June 11 - Peter Keeley - $10
June 11 - James Gathings - $10
May 25 - Stefan Lisander - $200
May 15 - Barry John Bennett - $15