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web users call for ‘Jasmine Revolution’ Postings circulating on the Internet have called on disgruntled
Chinese to gather on Sunday in public places in 13 major cities to mark
the “Jasmine Revolution” spreading through the Middle East.
faces budget showdowns from Wisconsin to Washington Wisconsin’s bitter public scrap over a
proposed clamp on the salaries and collective bargaining rights of state
employees brought 70,000 people on to the streets of the capital, Madison,
for a fifth consecutive day of protests.
wants rapid-fire rubber bullets for crowd control
THE US army is planning to field “rubber bullets” for machine
guns. Military officials claim the ammunition will allow them to more
effectively quell violent protests without loss of life, but human rights
campaigners are alarmed by the new weapon.
Jones: Globalist Manipulation Of Mass Protests The protests that have rocked the Middle East
have found their way to the Midwest, as problems from a bad global economy
has sparked these demonstrations. Radio Host Alex Jones believes the
economic situation has been orchestrated by the New World Order and
that the fury in the streets is being used to roll in another layer
to the police state.
food prices nearing danger point: World Bank As far as mega corporations in bed with
the government go, Google sits somewhere close to the top of the
tree. The company was seeded with CIA money and is literally an
a corporate arm of the intelligence community.
‘kill switch’ bill gets a makeover A Senate proposal that has become known
as the Internet “kill switch” bill was reintroduced
this week, with a tweak its backers say eliminates the possibility
of an Egypt-style disconnection happening in the United States.
cyber attack inevitable: NSA chief The US National Security Agency (NSA) chief
on Thursday urged top computer security specialists to harden the
nation’s critical infrastructure against inevitable destructive