Thursday, February 4, 2010 20:56
Chief: Swine Flu Pandemic Was A Hoax
Appearing on The Alex Jones Show, outgoing Chair of the Council of Europe’s
Sub-committee on Health Wolfgang Wodarg said that his panel’s
investigation into the 2009 swine flu outbreak has found that the pandemic
was a fake hoax manufactured by pharmaceutical companies in league with
the WHO to make vast profits while endangering public health.
Iraq Imposes Draconian Media Censorship
Battling what it says are broadcasts that incite sectarian violence,
Iraq wants to impose new restrictions on the media that critics say
could bring back draconian censorship last seen under Saddam Hussein.
Boss Unhinged As Greenpeace Demands Resignation With the pressure on IPCC boss Rajendra Pachauri
increasing as the head of Greenpeace calls for his resignation, one
of the most notorious green con artists is showing signs of cracking
up, comparing his critics to an imaginary group of people who like to
rub asbestos on their faces.
True State of the Union: We Have No Rights Whatsoever
It has been almost a week since President Obama gave his first State
of the Union address, and it has been analyzed from the left, right,
center, front, and back. Of course, the speech is really about the performance
of the federal government, particularly its wonderful accomplishments
under the leadership of the sitting president.
Taking the ‘Neo’ Out of ‘Conservative’
After Rush Limbaugh, Glenn Beck and Sean Hannity are the two most popular
rightwing talk hosts in America, defining for millions the definition
of the term “conservative.”
to ‘pull out of IPCC’
India has threatened to pull out of the United Nations’ Intergovernmental
Panel on Climate Change and set up its on climate change body because
it “cannot rely” on the group headed by its own Nobel
Prize-winning scientist Dr R K Pachauri.
gives OK to 2% tax on food
Desperate to save police, fire and other city jobs, a divided Phoenix
City Council on Tuesday approved a sales tax on grocery items that
will generate tens of millions of dollars a year.
safer flying mean a risk of radiation?
So-called “naked” body-scanning machines at airports,
the latest defence against would-be plane bombers, have already
raised concern for breaching flyers’ privacy and, potentially,
feeding the voyeurism of security officials. But could being screened
also pose a health risk?