Last Updated: Friday, December 5, 2008 18:30 GMT
Propaganda Recycled: US Report Blames Pakistan For Future WMD Attack
In a blatant effort to bolster the ailing war on terror, a report produced as part of a mandate by the U.S. Congress has concluded that a major terror attack will occur somewhere in the world before 2013 and that the blame will firmly fall at the feet of Pakistan.

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Bush: I Was Right To Use Non-Existent Link Between Saddam-9/11 To Push For War
Today, President Bush defended his foreign policy over the past eight years in an address to the Saban Center for Middle East Policy in Washington, DC.

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More online journalists than print journalists behind bars: CPJ
In a reflection of the digital age, more online journalists are jailed around the world than journalists from any other medium, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) reported on Thursday.

ABC Schedules a ‘Homeland Security’ Series
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Cops Taser Drowned Dad’s Distraught Son
California cops tasered a distraught son whose father was drowning after he and his brother complained that police were not doing enough to rescue their dad, while authorities prevented the two sons from making any kind of rescue effort themselves.

Amnesty urges moratorium on Taser use

Iran deploys 60-ship armada for massive war readiness maneuver
Wednesday, Dec. 3, the Iranian navy and air force began a six-day maneuver of marine and air might which Tehran radio said would cover an area of 50,000 square miles of the Persian Gulf, the Sea of Oman and the Strait of Hormuz.

Bank of England mulls “nuclear option” of cash injection
The Bank of England is working on radical plans to inject cash directly into the economy - the nuclear option to be used only when interest rates approach zero.


Gulf Oil CEO: $1 a gallon gas in 2009
ECB cuts to 2.5pc and mulls “printing money”
Protesters chant ‘bailout is a sellout’
Repeal of the Uptick Rule

Bush reported to be drinking heavily
With less than two months remaining in office, George W. Bush, witnessing a devastating defeat for the Republican Party, worse favorability ratings than those of Richard Nixon at the height of the Watergate scandal, and the most devastating economic situation since the Great Depression, is reported by a number of well-placed sources in Washington as drinking heavily.

Real Men Don’t Torture
The experts on extracting information from enemy combatants say that torture doesn't work, and doesn't do much except create more enemies.

GM Crops Climb to Nearly One-Tenth of Global Crop Production
Genetically Modified crops have risen to the level of nine percent of world crops, warned the Worldwatch Institute today

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Anti-terror laws used to swoop on paperboys - for not having the correct paperwork
To most people, the lot of a hardworking paperboy - getting up before the crack of dawn to deliver newspapers door to door - is not likely to cause a threat to national security.

Drug police raid home of pensioner couple… after ‘mistaking their moss garden for a cannabis factory

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Israel ‘has faith in team Obama’
An Israeli official says Tel Aviv is familiar with and has full confidence in the people nominated to run the Obama administration.

Israel ‘has faith in team Obama’
Obama Doesn’t Plan to End Occupation of Iraq

Will Supreme Court take case on Obama’s citizenship?
Judicial Watch Announces Hillary Clinton Constitutionally Ineligible to Serve as Secretary of State

Worst US Job Losses In 34 Years
More than half a million US jobs were lost in November, sending the unemployment rate soaring to a 15-year high of 6.7%, official figures show.

Milwaukee neighborhoods could print own money
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Bomb Blast At Pakistan Market
At least 16 people have been killed and 75 wounded in a bomb blast at a market in Peshawar, northwest Pakistan, say police.

Outrage as U.S. health centre offers ‘abortion gift certificates’ for Christmas

Alex Jones on Press TV - 12/03/08
Press TV’s ‘Fine Print’, broadcast Dec. 3, 2008. Obama’s Policies, Change, Pragmatism or More of the Same?

Italy hopes island G8 will be free from violence
Italy is hosting next year's Group of Eight summit on an island off Sardinia, hoping there will not be any of the violence that dogged the last gathering of the world's richest nations on its soil seven years ago.

Missile shield test to be most realistic yet

Mumbai attacks: Indian operative ‘helped Pakistani militants’
A Pakistani militant group used an Indian operative as far back as 2007 to scout targets for the elaborate plot against India's financial capital, authorities have said.

The Mumbai Attacks: More Than Meets the Eye
Gunmen may have survived Mumbai attack
India admits security lapses in Mumbai

Russia Today: 20,000 Troops Inside U.S.
Everyone Knows but us, 20,000 more troops for the US.

Green-on-Green Violence
The activist group Environmental Defense got a taste of what it used to dish out this week when its Washington, D.C., offices were invaded by another green group, the Global Justice Ecology Project.

Time for the BBC to Chill Out

Rove, Kristol Laugh At Idea U.S. Arrested American Muslims Without Trial: ‘We Didn’t Do It!’
On Tuesday, Karl Rove and Bill Kristol debated journalists Simon Jenkins and Jacob Wiesberg at an event sponsored by BBC.




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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