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Obama Encircles US War Machine Around Libya
President Barack Obama has instructed the Pentagon to reposition U.S. military forces around Libya as the administration prepares to exploit a humanitarian crisis to seize de facto control over the largest oil producing country in the continent of Africa, following the advice of top neo-cons who have urged Obama to use U.S. forces to topple the Gaddafi regime.

Food Shortages In East Libya Imminent
Unusual Level of International Unity Seen in Response to Libyan Turmoil
Libyans: No Thanks to Globalist Intervention
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Ron Paul 2012: Tea Partiers Choose Congressman Over Sarah Palin For Presidential Bid
Congressman Ron Paul has topped a Tea Party presidential straw poll, beating Sarah Palin as the favourite to run against Barack Obama in 2012.

Ron Paul: Reject the Welfare-Warfare State!

Madoff Says Entire U.S. Government a `Ponzi Scheme’
Bernard Madoff, convicted for organizing a ponzi scheme, criticized the U.S. during a recent telephone interview with New York Magazine.

Obama's "Humanitarian" Conquest Of Libya
Before President Barack Obama even took office, we warned that his administration would continue to follow the Bush-era policy of bankrupting America both financially and morally with new wars, but that these conquests would be done in the name of a humanitarian crisis rather than a pre-emptive assault.


Global Economy? 23 Facts Which Prove That Globalism Is Pushing The Standard Of Living Of The Middle Class Down To Third World Levels
From now on, whenever you hear the term “the global economy” you should immediately equate it with the destruction of the U.S. middle class.

North Korea threatens US, South with ‘all-out war’
North Korea threatened “all-out war” in response to exercises by South Korean and US troops due to start Monday and told Seoul to stop cross-border propaganda, upping the rhetoric against its arch rivals.

‘No Plans’ To Cut Speeds As Oil Price Soars
Transport officials have denied they are considering cutting speed limits on the roads to conserve fuel, despite the world oil crisis.

“Technical Glitch” Takes Down Australian Stock Exchange
Will The Death Of The Dollar Lead To The Birth Of A New World Economic Order?
The Flood Of Money Drowns Out The Value

Boehner rips bid to regulate Internet
House Speaker John A. Boehner lashed out against efforts to regulate Internet traffic before an audience of evangelical Christian media leaders and pointedly responded to President Obama by comparing the challenge of the burgeoning national debt to the Sputnik-era space race.

A Higher Percentage of Americans Believed in King George During the Revolutionary War than Believe in Congress Today
Influential Harvard and Stanford law professor Lawrence Lessig noted in a must-watch speech last week that polls show that only 11% of the American people have confidence in Congress.

A Government Shut-down Imperils the Power of Congress

Undercover agent slips through TSA naked body scanner multiple times with handgun
The “enhanced” screening procedures now used by the U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) at the nation’s airports has once again been demonstrated as a total failure, this time at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DFW).

Small Nuclear War Could Reverse Global Warming for Years
Even a regional nuclear war could spark “unprecedented” global cooling and reduce rainfall for years, according to U.S. government computer models.

Madhav L. Khandekar: ‘Global warming no threat to humanity’ says IPCC reviewer

After the crisis, a worldwide rise in unrest?
With the Middle East in turmoil, other authoritarian states jumpy and post-crisis economic pain prompting protest in western Europe and elsewhere, some suspect a systemic rise in worldwide unrest might just be beginning.

Pressure for change builds across Arab world
Tunisia, whose revolution convulsed the Arab world, ousted its second leader in less than two months Sunday, as the euphoria triggered by the uprising in January began to give way to the realization that achieving meaningful reforms may prove tougher than toppling dictators.

Saudi activists eye protests, wait for new cabinet
Protests in Oman Spread
Calls on Facebook to oust Syria’s Assad

US doctors used citizens as guinea pigs
Uncovered old pictures provide documents that US doctors working for the government carried out unethical experiments on disabled citizens and prison inmates.

Google’s email service wipes entire email accounts of 150,000 Gmail users
About 150,000 Gmail users have had their accounts deleted, including every email, application, contact and calendar information, Google confirmed today.

US Army to build a Cheetah robot that can run faster than humans… let’s hope it doesn’t get a taste for flesh
A new robot that can outrun the fastest man on Earth and a Terminator-type android that will work alongside troops is being developed for the US Army.

Egypt Bans Export Of Gold “In Any Form”
Looks like speculation that the Egyptian Central Bank’s gold stash may have been just modestly plundered is starting to play out.

Farrakhan: Mideast uprisings will come to US
U.S. and Allies Weigh Libya No-Fly Zone
‘Oil – not democracy – is what West wants in Libya’

Army of Fake Social Media Friends to Promote Propaganda
Does a code of ethics still exist in Intelligence firms? Does it disappear behind closed doors, dirty deeds done in the dark and used against the American people who are supposed to be free to express themselves?

How US media cover occupied Iraq: some observations
First, notice that US media, especially the New York Times and Washington Post, cover Iraq with barely a mention that the country is occupied and has been occupied since 2003.

After touching your junk, TSA now wants to scan and harvest your DNA
As if it’s not enough for the TSA to feel you up at the airport, now they’re experimenting with rapid results DNA scanners that can scan and analyze your DNA using just a drop of saliva. Spit at the TSA agent who is molesting you, in other words, and they can use that saliva to scan your DNA and then store it in a government database.

Latest: Police vow no forcible removals as protesters hold ground in Capitol
Wisconsin state police say they will make no forcible removals of protesters from the state Capitol on Sunday evening.

Policeman Helps Union Thug Get Away After Assaulting Tea Party Protester

As Bloomberg Reporter Is Beaten Up In China, Wen Jiabao Promises To Crack Down On “Power Abuse”
With violent protests springing up like mushrooms, following recent appearances in North Korea and Vietnam, and following last weekend’s failed attempt at a Jasmine Revolution, China’s authoritarian regime is about to be put to the supreme test.

Globalist Client Regime in Iraq Massacres Protesters
Donald Rumsfeld told the Iraqis democracy can be messy. It can also be bloody. In Alhawijah, Iraq, over the weekend the people of Iraq once again learned that American democracy is often murderous.

 

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