Saturday, January 24, 2009 15:23
U.S. Airstrikes Offer a Concrete Sign of Obama’s Pakistan Policy
Two remote U.S. missile strikes that killed at least 20 people at suspected
terrorist hideouts in northwestern Pakistan yesterday offered the first
tangible sign of President Obama’s commitment to sustained military
pressure on the terrorist groups there, even though Pakistanis broadly
oppose such unilateral U.S. actions.
nuclear smuggling suspect claims CIA link A Swiss man suspected of being involved
in the world’s biggest nuclear smuggling ring claims he supplied
the CIA with information that led to the breakup of the black market
nuclear network led by Pakistani scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan.
to Decide Soon Whether to Add to Bailout
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill are bracing for a fresh request from President
Obama for another massive round of spending to shore up the nation’s
faltering financial system, which could send the total price for the
bailout soaring toward $1 trillion.
Tube Expands 9/11 Truth Purge
You Tube has permanently suspended another major 9/11 truth account
in a continuation of the purge that began following efforts by the establishment
to smear the 9/11 truth movement as terrorist propaganda.
Bank’ Regains Favor As Solution for Toxic Debt
Analysts say both Wall Street and Washington are largely resolved
to creating a government-run entity to buy troubled assets from
banks and other struggling financial institutions. It’s just
a matter of how and when—and some say, the sooner the better.
Trader Highlights Possible 9/11 and 7/7 Insider Trading
According to an article in The London Times today, Société
Générale rogue trader Jérôme Kerviel
profited enormously on the day of the 7/7 London bombings. He has
also revealed how his company made huge profits on September 11th
2001, prompting some to return to questions over insider foreknowledge
of both terrorist attacks.