Last Updated: Tuesday, April 12, 2011 17:32 GMT
Libya: Increased Airstrikes, Ground Troops, Contractors, Civilians Killed, Deadly DU Munitions – Can We Call This A War Yet?
The globalist coalition refers to it as ‘kinetic military action’, yet as more civilians are killed in NATO bombings, and with experts adamant that deadly Depleted Uranium weapons are being used by Western forces, the conflict in Libya looks a hell of a lot like the occupations of Afghanistan and Iraq all over again.

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Alex Jones’ Audio Blog April 12, 2011
Alex often wakes up at night wanting to take down the thoughts running through his head, so he adopted his audio blog format to try to capture that state of mind. It is admittedly an experiment– he is still a bit dazed, for instance, during the beginning of the blog. Yet in many ways, Alex is more calm and focused at home and in peace, allowing for greater reflection on humanity’s bigger picture.


Cornel West Calls Obama a Black Mascot of Wall Street Oligarchs
The outspoken Princeton professor has not-so-kind words for Al Sharpton and President Obama.

Stiglitz, Soros, Summers try to remake global economy

65 Ways That Everything That You Think That You Own Is Being Systematically Taken Away From You
Everything that you own is slowly being taken away from you. It is being done purposely and it is being done by design. Many Americans like to think of themselves as “well off”, but as will be demonstrated below, we don’t “own” nearly as much as we think that we do.

White House warns of debt ‘Armageddon’
Inflation, fueled by gas and food prices, adds to worry
Bernanke: Middle Class Murderer

Mitt Romney launches second bid for the US presidency
Mitt Romney, the early front-runner in the Republican Party contest to challenge Barack Obama for the US presidency next year, on Monday night officially began a second bid for the White House.

Town Bans Tea Party Signs in Public Park
A federal lawsuit claims a Branch County tea party group was denied the right to display banners and signs at a tea party rally at a public park in Coldwater because it was “too political” and “too controversial.” The Coldwater City Council then passed a resolution banning all banners and signs in that park.

Public school bans students from bringing lunches from home, forces them to eat cafeteria food

Thermal Imaging Cameras Show Too Much
A thermal imaging project in the city of Boston has been put on hold because of privacy concerns.

Japan earthquake: Fukushima nuclear plant evacuated following aftershock
A magnitude 7.1 aftershock has rattled Japan a month after the magnitude 9 earthquake that spawned a deadly tsunami.

Are Japanese Authorities Covering Up Further Damage to the Fukushima Reactor from the Aftershock?
No end in sight for Fukushima disaster as bureaucrats battle the laws of physics
Japan Prepares To Extend The Fukushima Evacuation Zone
NYC restaurants defy government reassurances about Fukushima by voluntarily testing fish for radiation
Mainstream media regurgitates exact same news on Fukushima, word for word

Gaddafi exit ‘was discussed’ at meeting of African leaders
An African Union official said Monday the issue of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi’s stepping down had been discussed during peace talks in Tripoli.

Obama dispatches top aide to Saudi, UAE
US President Barack Obama is sending a foreign policy aide to key Gulf allies Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates this week amid concern over the turmoil sweeping the Middle East.

Ivory Coast: UN and French helicopter gunships attack Laurent Gbagbo residence
United Nations and French helicopter gunships have launched a joint attack on the residence of Ivory Coast strongman Laurent Gbagbo, as they move to “neutralise” his heavy weapons cache after a week of intense fighting.

Fukushima radiation taints US milk supplies at levels 300% higher than EPA maximums
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues to release new data showing that various milk and water supply samples from across the US are testing increasingly high for radioactive elements such as Iodine-131, Cesium-134, and Cesium-137, all of which are being emitted from the ongoing Fukushima Daiichia nuclear fallout.

Cesium-137 forecast shows high altitude radiation cloud concentrating over California, western US on April 12

TEPCO wary of Fukushima radiation leak exceeding Chernobyl
The difference between the Democrats and the Republicans is that the Democrats want to spend us into oblivion while the Republicans only want to spend us into purgatory.

Radioactive Japanese cars detained in Russia’s Far East

Minsk metro bomb could be work of outsiders, says president
The president of Belarus says a blast that tore through a crowded metro station in the capital of Minsk in the evening rush hour, killing 11 people, was an attempt to destabilise the country.

Pakistan Tells U.S. to Halt Drones
Pakistan has privately demanded the Central Intelligence Agency suspend drone strikes against militants on its territory, one of the U.S.’s most effective weapons against al Qaeda and Taliban leaders, officials said.

France and Britain Urge Stronger NATO Action in Libya

France and Britain urged NATO on Tuesday to intensify airstrikes against Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi’s forces and called on the alliance to do more to shield noncombatants from loyalist attacks.

President Obama Broke The Law For Reasons of World State

25 Shocking Facts That Prove That The Entire U.S. Health Care Industry Has Become One Giant Money Making Scam
What is the appropriate word to use when you find out that the top executive at the third largest health insurance company in America raked in 68.7 million dollars in 2010?

Money Problems That Never Seem To End: 25 Reasons To Be Absolutely Disgusted With The U.S. Economy
It seems like wherever you turn there is bad news for the U.S. economy. Unemployment is rampant, the cost of gasoline is going up, the cost of food is going up and American families are getting poorer.

The Inflationary Depression Moves Foreward Relentlessly
Gold hits record on euro, silver jumps to 31-year top
Pentagon Budget Cuts are Possible
$14,294,000,000,000.00

Finding Order in the Orwellian Chaos
It has become nearly impossible to determine the “truth” in our increasingly chaotic world. Reality is seemingly being twisted and flipped on its head in this rapid unfolding of multi-front crises.

20th Century American History As Fable From Cradle To Grave
George Bailey, publisher of the blog Oswald’s Mother, says that the American press and the Nazi propaganda ministry operate almost exactly the same in regards to turning government falsehoods into official history, covering up government crimes and errors, and blocking any discussion about controversial historical events that have transformed history and justified government aggression like the Reichstag fire and 9/11.

Britain sues Iceland for £3.5billion for refusing to pay back bailout cash
Iceland is to be sued by Britain and the Netherlands to recover £3.5billion lost when its banking system collapsed.

One helluva boost: JPMorgan CEO sees compensation jump 1,500 per cent to $20.8million

 

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