Riots Break Out In Athens
Protesters have clashed with authorities in Athens again over the police
killing of a teenage boy. Greek students hurled Molotov cocktails and
rocks at riot police, who responded with stun grenades and tear gas.
May Tap TARP To Save Car Firms
The White House will consider tapping a $700bn financial rescue fund
to bail out the US car industry after the Senate rejected a bill aimed
specifically at saving the sector.
Attempting To Entrap Truthers? A bizarre bar room conversation related to us
by a reader suggests that ex-military personnel may be being used to
provocateur 9/11 truthers and liberty activists into making violent
statements as a potential pretext for entrapment.
flags attacks common but rarely reported in the corporate media Revelations about a shadowy right-wing
group called Ergenekon participating with Turkish military and intelligence
elements in “false flag” terrorist attacks in order to bring
down the Turkish government are nothing new and are, in fact, a normal
tactic used by intelligence services.
Emanuel the adviser on gov tape? President-elect Barack Obama’s
chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, refused to take questions from reporters
this morning about whether he was the Obama “advisor” named
in the criminal complaint against Gov. Rod Blagojevich.
Refuse to Honor Bloomberg FOIA Request
It’s the final stage of the bankster take-over, the last chapter
of a plan to turn the world into a hellish corporatized slave gulag
based on the China model. It really is naive to believe the Fed
will respond to a mere FIOA request and reveal the details of its
plan to crash the global economy.
Manchester rejects traffic congestion charge
Voters in the northwestern English city of Manchester have rejected
proposals to introduce a traffic congestion toll despite the offer
of a 3 billion pound ($4.46 billion) investment in local public
Fed “Bamboozling” Americans The Fed is refusing to disclose the
recipients of $2 trillion dollars in loans, even after Bloomberg
sued under the Freedom of Information Act to get the information.
ties earliest snowfall record Jose Umana builds a snow ball as
he plays with his brother and father in the snow fall at Affordable
Cars & Trucks on I-45, where his dad, Mario Hernandez, Sr. works.
linked to Abu Ghraib abuse Former Defence Secretary Donald Rumsfeld
and other senior U.S. officials share much of the blame for detainee
abuse at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, and Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, according
to portions of a report released on Thursday by the Senate Armed
Scientists Ask Medical Journal Science To Retract Original AIDS
Papers The international nonprofit scientific organization Rethinking
AIDS gave its full support today to 37 senior researchers, medical
doctors and legal professionals who are requesting that the medical
journal Science withdraw four seminal papers on HIV authored by
Dr. Robert Gallo—papers widely touted as proof that HIV is
the "probable cause of AIDS." An online posting of the
letter can be found here.
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