Sunday, December 21, 2008 15:48
Insider Who Planned To Tell All Killed In Plane Crash, Non-Profit Demands
Full Federal Investigation
Michael Connell, the Bush IT expert who has been directly implicated
in the rigging of George Bush’s 2000 and 2004 elections, was killed
last night when his single engine plane crashed three miles short of
the Akron airport.
of my sources died in a plane crash last night…
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George S. Patton was assassinated to silence his criticism of allied
war leaders claims new book
George S. Patton, America’s greatest combat general of the Second
World War, was assassinated after the conflict with the connivance of
US leaders, according to a new book.
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to tap retired admiral as intelligence czar: US media
President-elect Barack Obama has tapped retired Navy admiral Dennis
Blair as his intelligence czar, US media reported Saturday.
warming fear-monger selected as Puppet Obama’s top science adviser
of Prescription Drugs Rises Among Stressed Iraqi Soldiers
For an Iraqi Army soldier patrolling Baghdad’s unpredictable streets,
each 12-hour shift is an exercise in terror and uncertainty.
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Global Crisis to “Global Government”
The United States’ National Intelligence
Council has released a report, entitled “Global Trends 2025: A
Transformed World”. This declassified document is the fourth report
of the Global Trends 2025: The National Intelligence Council’s
the internet going down? Undersea sub-cables have just broken… Interoute, the internet networks company, reports that three
of the four internet sub-cables that run from Asia to North America
have been damaged.
Syndrome’ is catching as youth take to streets Europe exists, it appears. If Greek students sneeze, or catch
a whiff of tear-gas, young people take to the streets in France and
shoe-thrower: I would do it again
The Iraqi journalist who shocked the world by throwing his shoes at
the US president reportedly says he would do it again if given the opportunity.
suggest life could have survived on Mars
Scientists have found minerals on Mars
that suggest the planet was once wet enough to support life.
increases Afghan troop pledge
The chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff says up to 30,000 extra
troops could be sent to Afghanistan in 2009, almost doubling the
will respond in case of attack’
Army chief General Sir Mike Jackson attacks US failures in Iraq
protests resume in Greece’s Athens
Hundreds of Greek youths staged fresh protests in Athens, clashing
with police amid Greece’s worst riots in decades sparked by
the recent killing of a teenager by police, local TV channels reported
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Study Finds $1.6B Went to Bailed-Out Bank Execs
Banks that are getting taxpayer bailouts awarded their top executives
nearly $1.6 billion in salaries, bonuses, and other benefits last
year, an Associated Press analysis reveals.
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funds gain access to $200bn Fed aid
Ontario to Give GM, Chrysler C$4 Billion Aid•
warns of ‘disturbing’ UK debt
security staff frisk CLOWN as potential TERRORIST
Airport security staff strip-searched a clown on his way onto a
plane - because they thought he could’ve been a terrorist.
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stun gun kills California man
A 26-year-old man died on Friday after police used a Taser stun
gun to bring him under control, a local sheriff’s office in
Gen.: Army can’t defeat Iran Israel’s former National Security Advisor has warned
Tel Aviv that it lacks the military power to launch a successful
attack against Iran.
to abandon missile plans if US drops shield: military
Korea claims ’spy’ tried to kill Kim Jong-il
U.S. Economy in Danger of ‘Absolutely Tanking’
Vice President-Elect Joe Biden said
the U.S. economy is in danger of “absolutely tanking”
and will need a second stimulus package in the $600-billion to $700-billion
Auto Rescue: Bailout Fund Is Under Fire Again
and Chrysler to Receive Up to $17.4 Billion in Loans
North Korea has accused its southern
neighbour of hiring an agent to track President Kim Jong-il and
suggested the man had planned an assassination attempt before being
Hunter: Torture Provided ‘Enormously Valuable Information
That Saved American Lives’
assault 12-year-old girl after mistaking her for a prostitute
A girl’s family has filed a lawsuit
against Galveston police for their assault on their 12-year-old
daughter after mistaking her for a prostitute.
Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The
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Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer
Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"
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