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Law: UK Police Chief Mulls Banning Protests UK police chief Sir Paul Stephenson is considering whether to
ask the British government to ban protest marches altogether in response
to last week’s student riots, a move that would place Britain
under a de facto state of martial law.
Job Approval Rating Worst in Gallup History Americans’ assessment of Congress has
hit a new low, with 13% saying they approve of the way Congress is handling
its job. The 83% disapproval rating is also the worst Gallup has measured
in more than 30 years of tracking congressional job performance.
Americans Lose Everything, They Start To Lose It
As Gerald Celente has often warned, when Americans lose everything,
they will start to lose it, and nowhere was that more apparent than
in the case of Clay Duke, the 56-year-old gunman who opened fire on
school board members in protest against his wife being fired and his
unemployment benefits running out.
The 9.8% unemployment rate in the United States may be closer to 20%,
or 30 million Americans without a job. Those measured are those who
had a job before, are actively looking for work and are immediately
available for work. Despite Washington DC having a somewhat healthy
economy, so many residents here are left behind without a job, an income
or any hope that things will get better.
one is bound to obey an unconstitutional law and no courts are bound
to enforce it.”
Washington D.C., known more these days as the “district of criminals”
commits so many crimes each day as a collective body that a moratorium
on government should be declared until we can clean this nest of globalists,
these kissers of corporate butts who seem more determined to protect
their own private interests than protecting our country from obliteration
by global cabals.
Age Of Rage: Europe Is Exploding Riots are sweeping Europe and the age of
rage continues to intensify as the financial terrorists who caused
the economic collapse now meter out the punishment for their own
wrongdoing. Britain, Italy, Russia, and Greece are all gripped with
unrest as 2011 shapes up to be the year of civil disobedience.
Grand Jury Empaneled in Wikileaks Case Mark Stephens, the British attorney representing
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, says a secret grand jury is meeting
in Alexandria, Virginia, in response to the release of more than
250,000 U.S. diplomatic cables by Wikileaks.
CO2 Payments Send Flood of Money to China
To offset their own carbon emissions, European companies have been
wildly overpaying China to incinerate a powerful greenhouse gas
known as hfc 23. And in a bizarre twist, those payments have spurred
the manufacture of a harmful refrigerant that is being smuggled
into the U.S. and used illegally.