Wednesday, Feb 23, 2011 17:45 GMT US
& EU Prepares to Buy Off Post-Revolution Governments With Billions
in “Aid” (Taxpayer Money) While the United States and Europe orders its own scum public
to accept massive public spending cuts along with higher taxes on top
of soaring inflation and food prices, it concurrently prepares to buy
off post-”revolution” governments in the Middle East and
North Africa with billions in “aid” (taxpayers’ money)
in order to install fresh puppets who will graciously buy huge quantities
of arms from the US-EU-Israeli military-industrial complex.
Business Refuses To Serve TSA Agents A Seattle cafe has sensationally banned TSA
workers from entering its business premises, refusing service as a consequence
of the odious reputation the agency has required in the aftermath of
a nationwide revolt against invasive pat down procedures and naked body
It: Forecast Of Huge Public Worker Protests, Age Of Rage, Oil Price
Surge Unfolds Having often been accused of exaggerating,
engaging in alarmism or outright fabrication by the establishment
media, our regular readers will indulge us for tooting our own horn
on the fact that we predicted the public worker demonstrations now
happening in Wisconsin, along with the rage spreading across the
Middle East, as well as soaring oil prices in June last year, and
indeed as far back as February 2008.
Arabia Uprising Could Mean $140-Plus Oil Without taking into account the collateral
effects of such a strategic part of the Middle East falling under
siege by its own people, a simple production comparison gets the
price to at least $140 a barrel.
Says 1,000 Killed in Libya Unrest Muammar Gaddafi’s increasingly desperate
attempts to crush a revolt against his four-decade rule have killed
as many as 1,000 people and split Libya, Italy’s Foreign Minister
said on Wednesday.
Bank Run Spreading: Eighth Bank Closes Following “Massive
The quietest bank run that has so far completely evaded mainstream
attention, that of Korea, is spreading, and an eighth bank has now
shuttered after “Domin Bank, a savings bank with a capital
adequacy ratio below 5 percent, voluntarily decided yesterday to
suspend its operations temporarily because of massive withdrawals.”
general boasts authoring Stuxnet virus
The British newspaper Telegraph, and Le Monde, France, refer to
an article published in the Israeli daily Haaretz, according to
which a general in the army of that country, Gabi Ashkenazi, has
confirmed the authorship of the Stuxnet worm.
Bring Back the Incandescent Bulb
Courtesy of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, a
cheap, reliable, and comforting 130-year-old invention would begin
to be phased out in 2012 through 2014.