Saturday, December 13, 2008 11:40
Warns Against ‘Testing’ Obama Defense Secretary Robert M. Gates warned
Saturday that foreign powers should not try to “test” President-elect
Barack Obama with a crisis in his first months in office and that Mr.
Obama remained committed to the security of the Persian Gulf and American
interests in the region.
the Greek riots a taste of things to come? After firing 4,600 tear-gas canisters in the past week, the Greek
police have nearly exhausted their stock. As they seek emergency supplies
from Israel and Germany, still the petrol bombs and stones of the protesters
rain down, with clashes again outside parliament yesterday.
Riots Break Out In Athens
Protesters have clashed with authorities in Athens again over the police
killing of a teenage boy. Greek students hurled Molotov cocktails and
rocks at riot police, who responded with stun grenades and tear gas.
May Tap TARP To Save Car Firms
The White House will consider tapping a $700bn financial rescue fund
to bail out the US car industry after the Senate rejected a bill aimed
specifically at saving the sector.
House Moves Toward Auto Bailout The Bush administration yesterday moved to pull Detroit’s
automakers back from the brink, saying it would drop its opposition
to tapping the $700 billion financial industry rescue package to
help General Motors and Chrysler survive through year’s end.
Balkanization Re-mapping of the Muslim world is
under the spotlight in the US and Pakistan’s balkanization
forms a part of this agenda. American strategists are propagating
the need to redraw its borders along ethnic lines by creating new
political entities in the name of justice long denied to “oppressed
at ToysRus Austin Two Humvees with possible m242 guns mounted on top, were
removed, incidentally right as Alex Jones is speaking about it on
his radio program which also airs locally here in Austin.
to scrap jury trials for wide range of crimes Less than a year after then-President Vladimir Putin largely
stage managed a transition from president to prime minister to get
around a term limit law, and four years after the legislature gave
Putin the power to appoint governors of his choosing, the Russian
parliament has approved a measure that will strip a wide swath of
suspects of their right to a jury trial.
Refuse to Honor Bloomberg FOIA Request
It’s the final stage of the bankster take-over, the last chapter
of a plan to turn the world into a hellish corporatized slave gulag
based on the China model. It really is naive to believe the Fed
will respond to a mere FIOA request and reveal the details of its
plan to crash the global economy.
Manchester rejects traffic congestion charge
Voters in the northwestern English city of Manchester have rejected
proposals to introduce a traffic congestion toll despite the offer
of a 3 billion pound ($4.46 billion) investment in local public
Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The
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