Last Updated: Friday, April 9, 2010 13:12
Bilderberg To Prolong Global Financial Recession For Another Year
The Bilderberg Group will meet this year in Spain and continue to advance their agenda for world economic governance while agreeing to prolong the global financial recession for another year, according to Bilderberg sleuth Jim Tucker, who has discovered through his routinely accurate inside sources that the conference will take place from June 3-6.


Bilderberg Found In Spain
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Invisible Empire Sneak Peek #1 – The Council on Foreign Relations
Alex welcomes back to the show economist and a nationally syndicated columnist Paul Craig Roberts, who recently announced his journalistic retirement in an article entitled “Truth Has Fallen and Taken Liberty With It.”

Netanyahu cancels trip to Obama’s nuclear summit
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has cancelled a planned trip to Washington next week for President Barack Obama’s 47-country nuclear security conference.

US banks temporarily reduced debt levels to mask risks: Report
Major American banks, including Citigroup and Goldman Sachs, temporarily lowered their debt in the past five quarters before reporting it to the public in order to mask risk levels, says a media report.

Bernanke: We Must Raise Taxes and Cut Services • Sane People: No, We Need to Stop Endless Bail Outs, Imperial Adventures and Fraudulent Schemes
The Guy Who Stole All Our Money Now Wants to Steal Our Paycheck, Too

Oil could give kiss of death to recovery
This week oil climbed to $87 a barrel, its highest level since October 2008 and prompted concerns that triple-digit crude was once again in the offing.

Petrol Hits $9 A Gallon In UK

Obama Advisor on MSNBC: Social Justice & Health Care ‘Are at the Heart of the Gospel’

“I shake my head.”

Reuters families demand US troops be tried over shooting
The families of two Reuters news agency employees killed in a 2007 US helicopter attack in Baghdad on Thursday demanded justice, telling AFP the Americans responsible should stand trial.

Big Brother pre-crime quiz used on children
The British government plans to collect lifelong records on all residents starting at the age of five, in order to screen for those who might be more likely to commit crimes in the future.

Death Of The Internet: Unprecedented Censorship Bill Passes in UK
A draconian Internet censorship bill that has been long looming on the horizon finally passed the house of commons in the UK yesterday, legislating for government powers to restrict and filter any website that is deemed to be undesirable for public consumption.

U.S. says Kyrgyz events not Russian-backed coup
The seizure of power by opposition in Kyrgyzstan is not a Russian-sponsored coup aimed against the United States, a senior U.S. official said on Thursday.

Jobless Claims in U.S. Increased Heading Into Easter
More Americans unexpectedly filed claims for jobless benefits last week, a jump that may in part reflect difficulty in seasonally adjusting the data ahead of the Easter holiday.

US faces ‘difficult’ tax choices: Bernanke

Gold Price Fixing Bombshell
William Murphy, chairman of Gold Anti- Trust Action (GATA), shocked the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) by revealing the name and position of a whistle blower who had warned the CFTC Enforcement Division of market manipulation by JPMorgan Chase in advance of it happening and had witnessed Morgan traders boasting of their exploits.

The Bush Secrecy Legacy
Many Americans assumed that the Bush administration’s peril to their freedom ended when George Bush exited the White House on January 20, 2009. Unfortunately, the precedents the administration established continue to threaten Americans’ rights and liberties. This is stark on government secrecy.

George W. Bush ‘knew Guantánamo prisoners were innocent’

Police battle looters as Kyrgyzstan chaos spreads
Three days of violent anti-government demonstrations in Kyrgyzstan have left 75 dead and more than a thousand injured. The opposition has formed an interim government to stay in power for the next six months and seized control of the army and police.

Thai Military Uses Force Against ‘Red Shirt’ Protesters
Thai security forces have used tear gas against anti-government protesters who stormed the grounds of the opposition television channel, which was shut down by the government this week.

Off the radar: Private planes hidden from public view
Televangelist Kenneth Copeland faced a congressional inquiry after flying his ministry’s tax-exempt jet to Maui and the Fiji Islands.

Climate change and “The Birds”
From the “you can’t make this stuff up” department. Climate change is now blamed for what is called “Gary Larson events” in homage to the famed creator of the comic strip “The Far Side”.

Ashtabula County: Judge tells residents to “Arm themselves”
In the ongoing financial crisis in Ashtabula County, the Sheriff’s Department has been cut from 112 to 49 deputies.

Alex Jones: ‘Invisible Empire’ exposes a hidden history the public must learn
In a call to action, Alex Jones reminds fellow patriots and activists that the films we make are tools to awaken and inform the public who have been kept in the dark about the real mechanisms that control our world.

CNN Exclusive: Feds Play Audio Recording at Hearing for Hutaree Militia Members
In a secretly recorded audiotape, the alleged ringleader of an anti-government Michigan militia expresses anger over the “new world order” and the “brotherhood,” of law enforcement officers.

Mom: Son who threatened Pelosi got radical ideas from Fox News

Ron Paul On The Brutal And Futile War On Terror
Ron Paul joins Andrew Napolitano to discuss the brutal futility of the war on terror and how it gives any future President the pretxt to bomb any country.

Round Rock citizens allowed to pass out parking tickets
Volunteers will soon start issuing parking tickets in Round Rock. The Round Rock city council recently passed an ordinance that allows non-sworn officers the ability to write tickets.

Cows absolved of causing global warming with nitrous oxide
Livestock could actually be good for the environment according to a new study that found grazing cows or sheep can cut emissions of a powerful greenhouse gas.

“Dealing a Mortal Blow” to the MWP


Another Phony Bin Laden Tape


Holdren's Eugenicist Nightmare


CIA Involvement In Iran 


Nazi Roots Of The European Union


North Korea Nuclear Circus


Police State UK


Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura

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