Thursday, February 19, 2009 19:27
Of Alleged 9/11 Hijacker Exposed As Israeli Spy The cousin of alleged 9/11 hijacker
Ziad al-Jarrah has been exposed as a long standing Israeli spy in yet
another startling intelligence connection between the Zionist state
and the attacks on New York and Washington.
Dow Has Just Days to Avoid Big Drop The Dow Jones Industrial Average is facing another plummet as
it hovers precariously close to November’s closing lows and the
next few sessions will seal its fate along with other indexes, Edward
Loef, technical analyst from Theodoor Gilissen Bankiers, told CNBC.
targets Switzerland in global tax haven crackdown
A worldwide crackdown on tax havens, from Switzerland to the Cayman
Islands, will be spearheaded by Gordon Brown as the world’s richest
nations use the global economic downturn to close loopholes that are
costing them hundreds of billions in lost revenues.
US must enforce assault-gun import ban
More than 50 U.S. lawmakers sent a letter to President Barack Obama
urging him to enforce a ban on importing assault weapons, saying many
such guns are later smuggled south to arm Mexico’s ruthless drug
Claims Hit Record High; Inflation Jumps
The number of workers drawing unemployment aid jumped to a record
high in early February according to data on Thursday that highlighted
the deteriorating labor market as a 13-month recession deepens.
Picks Bilderberger for Health Secretary
Obama has picked a Bilderberger to be his choice for health secretary
— Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius. Obama initially picked
former Senate Democrat leader Tom Daschle for the position, but
Daschle “withdrew because of personal tax issues,” in
other words he didn’t bother to pay any taxes because minions
of the elite are not required to do so, except for public relations
Expected to Regulate Carbon Dioxide
The Environmental Protection Agency is expected to act for the first
time to regulate carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases that
scientists blame for the warming of the planet, according to top
Obama administration officials.
accuses U.S. of planning nuclear strike
North Korea accused the United States on Thursday of planning a
nuclear attack in a report which came as U.S. Secretary of State
Hillary Clinton flew to Seoul for talks on defusing Pyongyang’s
As the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced that it
had cut a deal with $50 billion Ponzi scammer Bernard Madoff whereby
Madoff will neither admit nor deny fraud claims against him in a
suit brought by the SEC.
The Great Global Warming Hoax
RAND Wants WWIII to Save US Economy
Paul Watson & Alex Jones - Mumbai Terror Attacks
Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer