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Kissinger Calls For New International System Out Of World Crises
Bilderberg luminary Henry Kissinger has repeated his routine call for a new international political order, stating that global crises should be seen as an opportunity to move toward a borderless world where national interests are outweighed by global necessities.

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Iraq preachers demand release of Bush shoe attacker
Muslim preachers from both sides of Iraq’s once-bloody Sunni-Shi’ite divide appealed to the government on Friday to release the journalist who threw his shoes at U.S. President George W. Bush.

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Clinton III: Continuity We Can Believe In
I wrote: “We’ll know soon enough how hard we’ll have to fight bad Obama policy. Even before Inauguration Day, we’ll know. Who Obama picks for his “team” will be all-telling…If President Obama fails to break completely with the narcissistic Baby Boomer politicians; we’ll know. If he keeps Gates at Defense or appoints Powell in his place; we’ll know.”

Mystery Lights Over The Midlands
A “spectacular” display of dozens of UFOs has been reported in the skies over the West Midlands.

Mass Internet outages in Egypt after cables cut

Rogers: The Elite Are Turning A Recession Into A Depression
Veteran investor Jim Rogers warns that the policies of central banks and politicians are turning what would have been a recession into a new great depression, and that Barack Obama's taxation agenda will only make the problem much worse.

Legal minds respond to landmark 9/11 civil suit against Rumsfeld, Cheney
April Gallop, whom the Army News Service called a "hero" after she was awarded the Purple Heart for injuries sustained at the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, will not likely be triggering another such response from internal government media.

Ohio prof develops CCTV people-tracker ‘ware
Boffins in Ohio have taken another step towards the global surveillance panopticon of the future, developing software which can autonomously track an individual through a city using CCTV cameras.

Watergate informer Deep Throat dies
The man known as Deep Throat in the Watergate scandal in the US has died.

As 2008 Fades Away
As 2009 approaches and 2008 fades away, I have a few thoughts about our economy. Perhaps you can factor them into your forecasts of what lies ahead.

Gonzales And Rice Appear To Have Lied
In his January 2003 State of the Union address, as part of his effort to make the case for invading Iraq, President Bush infamously declared that “the British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa.”

Post-Olympics China Turns Its Back on Internet Censorship Promises

Just when you thought China had softened on web crack-downs, it returns to its old ways.

Olbermann refers to Bush 9/11 ‘lies’ as ‘Insult the Dead-gate’
As the departing Bush administration frantically attempts to shore up its place in history, MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann stands ready to kick the props out from under it again. A renewed claim that “no one could have anticipated” the attacks of 9/11 attracted his scorn in particular on Thursday’s Countdown.

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Cheney claims power to decide his own case
I am the law. That’s the message Vice President Dick Cheney appeared to send in a little-noticed court filing last week, in which his lawyers asserted that the vice president alone has the authority to determine which records are turned over to the National Archives after he leaves office.

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Camera-maker Polaroid has filed for US Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection amid allegations of fraud by the founder of its parent group.

Belgian govt collapses over Fortis affair
World economic gloom deepens
Paulson Urges Release of Next $350 Billion From TARP

Press TV crew hit by Israeli forces
Press TV’s cameraman and correspondent have been injured in Nilin where Palestinians are protesting the Israeli apartheid wall.

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Nazi Economics
Nearly every day brings new reports of the collapse of a large financial institution or the impending bankruptcy of a major company. Plans for bailouts and government intervention are in the air.

Steep Gold Price Increases Ahead: Gold Exploration Company Chairman Foresees $2000 per ounce
People Begging on their Knees for a Job

Coral blooms as warming fears wither
Corals turn out to just love this global warming, after all.

CNN Meteorologist: Manmade Global Warming Theory ‘Arrogant’
The Deadliest U.S. Natural Hazard: Cold
Santa Goes Green

Bush Shoe-Thrower Asks For Pardon
The jailed journalist who threw his shoes at President Bush has asked for a pardon, a spokesman for Iraq’s prime minister has said.

Laura Bush: George freed 50 mln people

Disturbing’ study reveals most of us would torture others if ordered to
Scientists revealed that 70 per cent of volunteers, when encouraged by authority figures, continued to administer electric shocks - or at least thought they were doing so - even after an actor claimed they were painful.

Pentagon draws up Guantanamo plan

Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The Gold Rush & The Economy

Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer

Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"

Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket


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