Saturday, January 9, 2010 12:58
funding airport mind-reading scanners
Amid the media furor over the attempted Christmas Day attacks and a
renewed political focus on enhancing airport security, attention is
turning to a technological advancement that will have civil rights activists
— or, for that matter, anyone with a secret –seriously worried:
of Britain covered by snow
Every single newspaper in the UK has published the following satellite
image of the UK today – it shows the entire country in glowing
white – snow and ice now appears the entire British Isles from
John O’ Groats at the Northern tip of Scotland – to Landsend
At Most Risk From Pedophiles In Government With the Bureau of Justice Statistics now reporting that children
are at most risk from pedophiles when in government custody, it's no
surprise that TSA "Gods" are licking their lips at the prospect
of ogling your naked daughter's body at airport screening checkpoints.
Yemeni odyssey targets China A year ago, Yemeni President Ali Abdallah Saleh made the
startling revelation that his country’s security forces apprehended
a group of Islamists linked to the Israeli intelligence forces.
“A terrorist cell was apprehended and will be referred to
the courts for its links with the Israeli intelligence services,”
It seems that the primary qualification needed by any chairman of
the Federal Reserve is the ability to never admit error, no matter
how damning the evidence.
riot in Italy amid racial unrest
Thousands of immigrants protested against racism in a southern Italian
town on Friday, after a night of rioting sparked by an attack on
African farm workers by a gang of white youths.
neocons stage phony terrorist plot
The psychological warfare operations by neo-conservatives, who have
Denmark under a virtual occupation government reminiscent of the
pro-Nazi government during World War II, to stoke anti-Muslim feelings
in Denmark, reached another zenith in the “axe attack”
on Danish cartoonist Kurt Westergaard.
‘We had no domestic attacks under Bush’
The former New York City mayor who has sometimes been mocked for
using “a noun, a verb and 9/11? in stump speeches appears
to have forgotten — or has mentally reclassified — the
worst terrorist attack on American soil. “We had no domestic
attacks under Bush,” Rudy Giuliani told ABC’s George