Friday, Jan 28, 2011 17:44 GMT Brzezinski's
Feared "Global Awakening" Is In Full Swing
Zbigniew Brzezinski's much feared "global political awakening"
is in full swing. Revolts in Egypt, Yemen, Tunisia and other countries
represent a truly monumental worldwide rallying cry for freedom that
threatens to immeasurably damage the agenda for one world government,
but only if the successful revolutionaries can prevent themselves from
being co-opted by a paranoid and desperate global elite.
We Witnessing the Start of a Global Revolution?
An uprising in Tunisia led to the overthrow of the country’s 23-year
long dictatorship of President Ben Ali. A new ‘transitional’
government was formed, but the protests continued demanding a totally
new government without the relics of the previous tyranny.
Administration Expresses Support For Mubarak As Protester Shot Dead
The Obama administration expressed its support for under fire Egyptian
dictator Hosni Mubarak even as footage emerged of a protester being
shot dead by Mubarak's security forces in Cairo, as the government shut
down the Internet, land lines and the mobile phone network in a desperate
bid to cling on to power amidst widespread rioting.
John Adams, the second president of the United States, once made the
following statement: “We have no government armed with power capable
of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion.
Our Friends To a packed out crowd of over 500 Montanans
who had assembled in minus zero weather to hear me speak, I made the
statement, “Not all Christians are our friends, and not all non-Christians
are our enemies.” Indeed, being able to identify our friends is
more than half the battle.
Internet Kill Switch: Coming To America In response to widespread protests and mass
unrest, the authoritarian Egyptian government has completely shut
down the country's access to the internet, eliminating the use of
social networking websites, other effective tools of communication
and organisation, and effectively sealing Egypt off from the rest
of the world. The Obama Administration is looking to embrace the
exact same internet control mechanism in America.
United States Worse Off than Greece Dr. Laurence Kotlikoff is an economics professor
at Boston University. He says the Treasury and the government are
fudging the national debt numbers. Kotlikoff says the United States
is bankrupt and we don’t even know it.
deregulates GE alfalfa; opens door to new era of widespread genetic
pollution of crops After months of pretending to review public
feedback on the issue of GE alfalfa, the USDA has announced a surprise
lifting of all restrictions on the genetically engineered crop,
effectively allowing anyone to plant GE alfalfa anywhere, without
any restriction. This is the USDA’s surrender to Monsanto,
and it signifies the beginning of a new era of widespread genetic
pollution of North America’s crops and ranch animals (which
eat those crops). Ban
Ki-moon gives up fight against climate change The boss of the United Nations will stop
his personal involvement in the battle to regulate the world climate.
Instead, he will try to achieve “immediate gains” in
the field of clean energy and sustainable development. Even his
U.N. colleagues have apparently understood that there can’t
be any “deal”.