Last Updated: Wednesday, December 15, 2010 19:27
Martial 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.

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Congress’ 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.

UCLA Prof: DREAM Act Will Help Illegal Immigrants Replace ‘Old White Men’ in Congress

First evidence of other universes that exist alongside our own after scientists spot ‘cosmic bruises’
The findings are based on the complex theory of eternal inflation for our universe. This theory holds that out universe if only one bubble in a larger cosmos and that other universes,which will have different physics to our own, all exist at the same time. This is also know as the the multiverse theory.

When 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.

Unemployed and Uncounted
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.

Ireland: Safe Sales Soar as Worried Bank Customers Keep Money at Home
Moody’s Put Spain’s Aa1 Rating On Downgrade Review, EURUSD Meets Gravity
Sidestepping the U.S. Dollar, a Russian Exchange Will Swap Rubles and Renminbi


Bomb Blasts Pave Way for Surveillance as Swedes React to Terror
Sweden’s brush with terror after a suicide bomber on Dec. 11 detonated himself before executing a planned strike in central Stockholm has eroded lawmaker resistance to pushing through tougher surveillance laws.

Reid threatens to keep Congress into next year
Forget about going quietly into the night.

“No 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.

Warrant needed to snoop on your emails, court finally rules

Boy Asks TSA ‘Why Pat Down Mom And Not Me?’, TSA Replies “You Don’t Have Boobs”
An Army doctor who refused deployment to Afghanistan because he questioned whether President Obama was born in the United States pleaded guilty today for failing to obey orders but pleaded not guilty to the count of missing a flight he needed to be on.


Indian diplomat detained in U.S. for refusing to remove turban in new airport security gaffe
New Jersey looks to ban TSA searches

The 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.

Former Greek minister attacked by mob as riots break out in Greece
Europe Faces Accelerating Riots & Austerity Unrest in 2011

Warning Issued Over Mass Fingerprinting Of School Children
The European Commission has warned that children in British schools are being mandated to submit their biometric information and being issued with “unique pupil numbers” with no oversight whatsoever.

Secret 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.

The Inhumane Conditions of Bradley Manning’s Detention

US Air Force Blocks Internet Access To New York Times, Guardian And 23 Other Website Posting WikiLeaks Documents
Score one more for freedom of speech (and leaking of documents so secret only 3 million people have access to them). We are trying to discover just why the Air Force has resorted to this drastic move (and having hosted a few WikiLeaks docs ourselves, curious to see if we fall in this latest black list).


Visa and MasterCard Deny Service to Assange Supporters
Who is Behind Wikileaks?
Globalists Can Win Cyber War, But Not Information War

Halliburton reportedly agrees to pay Nigeria $250 million to drop bribery charges against Cheney, firm
The massive industrial conglomerate Halliburton has reportedly offered to pay $250 million to settle charges against its former chief executive, ex-Vice President Dick Cheney, in a multi-million dollar bribery case.

How Can We Have A Healthy Economy If Virtually Everything We Eat And Drink Is Constantly Making Us All Sick?
In the United States today, we are all being constantly bombarded by chemicals, poisons and toxins. Virtually everything that we eat or drink makes us less healthy.

16 Nightmarish Economic Trends To Watch Carefully In 2011

North Korea digging tunnel for spring nuclear test: report
North Korea appears to be readying for a possible third nuclear test as early as next March, a newspaper reported on Wednesday, as a U.S. politician travelled to Pyongyang with a message for the North to “calm down.”

Russian Armed Forces on High Alert Over North Korea

‘Birther’ Faces 18 Months in Prison for Refusing Deployment to Afghanistan
The child nutrition bill was signed into law by President Obama Monday morning, capping months of advocacy by the first lady as part of her efforts to reduce childhood obesity.

‘Perverse’ 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.

 

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