Saturday, January 17, 2009 14:44
List of U.S. Military Bases to Replace Gitmo
The U.S. military has prepared a list of U.S. military bases that could
be used to house as many as 250 detainees currently being held at the
U.S. Naval base in Guantanamo Bay, military officials tell ABCNews.com.
I don’t like to start any new year on a gloomy note. I am by nature
an optimist, but I am also a realist who readily faces facts. Right
now those facts are not very pretty and suggest to me that the world
has entered into another Great Depression. Here are some shockers about
the US economy that are worth pondering.
Year: Global Insolvency?
The forecasters at Leap2020 (who have been right in many of their predictions,
but wrong in large calls such as the timing of the collapse of the dollar)
are predicting that 2009 will be an unfolding year of worldwide insolvency.
Army covering up friendly fire deaths?
From World War II through Desert Storm, the percentage of American
combat deaths reported from friendly-fire during conflict has remained
remarkably consistent: 12-14 percent in World War II, 10-14 percent
in Vietnam, 13 percent in Granada, 12 percent in Desert Storm (the
invasion of Panama is the exception, at 6 percent).
Collapse and the Plan for a North American Union
Mike Sunnucks, writing for the Phoenix
Business Journal, exposes details of a recent report released
by the Pentagon. According to the report, globalization and urbanization
will fuel “social unrest, as well as a potential collapse
of the Mexican government as that country deals with violence and
corruption induced by drug cartels and organized crime.”
The Great Global Warming Hoax
RAND Wants WWIII to Save US Economy
Paul Watson & Alex Jones - Mumbai Terror Attacks
Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer