Beck Channels Alex Jones In NY Times Bestselling Book One of the primary characters in Glenn Beck's
New York Times number one bestselling novel The Overton Window is blatantly
a caricature of our own Alex Jones, according to a reader who sent us
his review of the book. Jones is fictionalized as "Daniel Baily,"
the patriot movement leader who tries to prevent the U.S. government
from carrying out a false flag terror attack on Los Angeles.
Scrubs White House Website of Climate Change Promises, Media Mum
Despite the fact that President Obama made Cap and Trade and other green
policy plans a focal point of his early days in office — not to
mention his campaign for president — the White House has quietly
scrubbed from its official website many of Obama’s promises and
green initiatives. I guess the era of Obama really is “change
you can believe in.”
Urges Its Fans To Take The Red Pill Alternative rock megaband Muse have urged
their millions of listeners to take the "red pill" and
reject the babylon system of mindless popular culture and meaningless
music - by inviting people to visit Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com
and Infowars.com via links on the band's official website.
launches assault boats with warning Iran kicked off mass production of two high-speed
missile-launching assault boats on Monday, warning its enemies not
to “play with fire” as it boosts security along its
Official Warns: ‘We’re Preparing for War’ Likud member of Israel’s
Knesset, Danny Danon, appeared on Aaron Klein’s WABC radio
program Sunday Afternoon. “We are prepared for all risks,”
Danon said. “And I think our enemies should know that even
though we are speaking of peace, we are getting ready for a time
of war, as well.”
Police To Patrol NY? In a series of events which has caused wide
notice and a storm of protests, the government of Mexico, through
its consulate in New York in the United Nations, has announced it
will begin patrolling the New York City borough of Staten Island
to “safeguard” its nationals there.
Logan searches blasted Logan airport security just got more up
close and personal as federal screeners launched a more aggressive
palms-first, slide-down body search technique that has renewed the
debate over privacy vs. safety.
Hack Into Cars’ Computers — Control Brakes, Engine It sounds like a Hollywood
movie: cybercriminals in a van use a laptop to hack wirelessly into
the computer-controlled systems of the car on the road ahead. In
seconds the target car’s engine, brakes, and door locks are
under their nefarious control.