Thursday, August 19, 2010 21:19
Plans To Kill Web In Internet Takeover Agenda
The net-neutrality ending deal with Verizon is just the beginning of
Google’s plans to kill the open and free Internet as part of their
takeover agenda to completely control the world wide web and force independent
media websites, radio and TV shows out of existence for good.
Fails Again: Rand Paul Maintains Lead Over Conway The latest establishment media smear attempt
against Rand Paul, in which they falsely reported for over a week that
the Kentucky Senatorial candidate had "abducted" and "force
drugged" a woman while in college, has completely failed again,
with the very latest Rasmussen poll showing that Paul has retained a
healthy lead over Democratic opponent Jack Conway.
Data Emerges On Gulf War Illness
At an Aug. 6 conference on Gulf War Illness held near Dallas, AFP had
a chance to talk with Ross Perot, a former U.S. Navy man who ran for
president in the early 1990s and is among the last of the original self-made
destroy the lives of children in China More than 70 children in
the northern Chinese province of Shanxi have suffered severe side effects
from defective vaccines in the past several years, the China Economic
Times has reported.
Iris Scanning Technology Rolled Out Across Entire City A biometrics research and development
company is set to roll out iris recognition technology across an
entire city in a move that it claims will create a real life Minority
Report society where anyone taking a train or shopping in a
department store will have their eyes scanned by hi-tech sensors.
Military Drills Crank Up Tensions With China The U.S. Navy just began military exercises
with Vietnam in the South China Sea and China, which had in the
past been more accepting of the U.S.’ naval power in the region,
is now showing its anger, according to The Asia Times.
to test gas effects at subway stops Researchers working for the US Department
of Homeland Security will release odorless, nontoxic gases in more
than 20 MBTA subway stations for a week, beginning tomorrow, to
study the possible effects if airborne contaminants were to be released
there, officials said.
ban of security firms irks US US has made and indirect threat
that a ban on mainly Western private security firms in Afghanistan
can adversely affect development and aid projects in the country.
Economies Face Hyperinflation: Gold Bull It’s widely predicted
that China’s economy will be the largest in the world by 2020,
overtaking the U.S. Only this week the country surpassed Japan to
become the world’s second biggest economy by GDP.