Last Updated: Thursday, February 4, 2010 20:56 GMT
Investigation 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.

So much for the Swine flu epidemic: National website and helpline are shut down

“Liberated” 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.

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EU Threatens Sweden For Not Storing Private E Mails
The European Court of Justice has told Sweden that it must implement a 2006 measure requiring telecom operators to store information about their customers’ phone calls and emails.

NY sues Bank of America alleging fraud in Merrill deal
New York state officials Thursday sued Bank of America and its former top executives alleging fraud and deception to obtain billions in taxpayer bailout funds to acquire brokerage Merrill Lynch.

Dow Tumbles 200 Points

IPCC 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.

Climategate spreads like an ozone hole
US Treasury Official Openly Serves on Council of Rothschild-founded “Earth Bank”
Michael Mann as innocent as OJ – possibly more so – finds internal Penn State investigation
Carbon trade phish scam disrupts exchanges

Lawsuit: Deputies threatened husband as sheriff fondled wife
A sheriff in rural Tennessee has been accused of threatening a husband and wife by “blowing their f—ing heads off” and “inappropriately” touching the wife during an unwarranted traffic stop.

The 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.”

Obama Submits Largest Budget in History, But Portrayed as Fiscal Conservative by Networks
President Obama just submitted a $3.8 trillion budget proposal, the largest federal budget ever, which will come with a “record amount of red ink.” The projected deficit of that budget would be $1.6 trillion, yet the networks didn’t criticize him for being spendy.

Gold Proves Sticky As Dollar Surges; Correlation Observations Between Gold And DXY, Silver And Oil
The Bankruptcy of the United States is Now Certain

US doing ’scientific research’ to boost interrogations
An elite US interrogation unit will conduct “scientific research” to find better ways of questioning top suspected terrorists, US intelligence director Dennis Blair said Wednesday.

Google Re-establishes Relationship With Government Spies
Google is set to establish a working relationship with the National Security Agency, the government spy force responsible for warrantless monitoring of Americans’ phone calls and e-mails in the wake of 9/11.

EU Threatens Sweden For Not Storing Private E Mails

India 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.

Climate emails: were they really hacked or just sitting in cyberspace?

Mark Dice Live in Los Angeles: Boycott the Super Bowl and Read a Book Instead
Mark Dice takes his campaign to television, trying to make Americans get as upset about their country being destroyed than they do about watching men chase a ball around on a grass field.

Intel Boss Blair: Government Plans to Kill Citizens
Patsies take heed. The U.S. government will kill you. That’s what the Director of National Intelligence Dennis C. Blair told a House intelligence committee yesterday.

Phoenix 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.

Is US bullying Toyota on recall?

Does 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?

US soldiers and teenage girls killed in bombing near Pakistan school
Three American soldiers were killed and two others injured today in a bomb attack that marked the first fatal Taliban ambush on the US military in Pakistan.

N.Korea designates new ‘firing zones’ near sea border
North Korea has designated another two “firing zones” near its disputed Yellow Sea border with South Korea, raising the prospect of more artillery fire, Seoul officials said Wednesday.

Pentagon appears to impede independent autopsy of Gitmo ’suicide’
The family of a former Gitmo detainee are still waiting years later for answers regarding the events leading up to their son’s death.

ACLU: Miami Beach cops arrest people for recording police misconduct
‘We’re sick of all the f***ing fags in the neighborhood,’ cops allegedly told gay man.

Nearly 17,000 chemicals remain corporate secrets – even the EPA doesn’t know what they are

The 1976 Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) requires that manufacturers of products containing potentially toxic chemicals disclose their ingredients to the federal government, however a loophole in the requirement allows manufacturers to arbitrarily withhold information that they deem sensitive to their business.

Patient in a vegetative state ‘talks’ to scientists

British scientists are hailing a world-first ‘ conversation’ with a man diagnosed as being in a permanent vegetative state.

Another Phony Bin Laden Tape

Holdren's Eugenicist Nightmare

CIA Involvement In Iran 

Nazi Roots Of The European Union

North Korea Nuclear Circus

Police State UK

Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura


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