Wednesday, July 1, 2009 21:02
ID Card Scheme Has Not Been Defeated Headlines everywhere announced yesterday that the British government
has been defeated on ID cards, and that a great victory has been won
for civil liberties. The problem is that we have heard this several
times before and it is simply not true.
CEO Labels Bloggers "Political Extremists" A stinging attack by John Hartigan, the CEO of Rupert Murdoch's
News Limited, labels bloggers and alternative media outlets as "political
extremists". Hartigan implies that bloggers should be jailed as
they are in oppressive police states like China and Burma.
CNBC host calls bloggers ‘digital dickweeds’
Television is a place of maturity and thought. The blogosphere is a
place of “dickweeds.” That’s according to CNBC host
Dennis Kneale, who’s declared the recession over, and who went
postal on critical financial bloggers Tuesday.
tax could be replaced with by-the-mile road tax
The year is 2020 and the gasoline tax is history. In its place you get
a monthly tax bill based on each mile you drove — tracked by a
Global Positioning System device in your car and uploaded to a billing
Stealth Jet Could Have Won War for Hitler
Called the Horten 229, the radical “flying wing” fighter-bomber
looked and acted a lot like the U.S. Air Force’s current B-2 —
right down to the “stealth” radar-evading characteristics.
Fortunately for the world, the Ho 229 wasn’t put into mass production
before Nazi Germany surrendered in May 1945.
backs away from controversial Internet filter China has delayed indefinitely a much-criticised plan to force
manufacturers to bundle Internet filtering software with personal computers
sold in the country, in an abrupt retreat hours before the policy was
due to start.
and Trade Equals Fraud and Tax H.R. 2454: American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 will
result in a totalitarian centralization of the American economy in the
administrative agencies of the federal government, especially the Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA).
agents hunt for guns, one house at a time
Among other things, the agents are combing neighborhoods and asking
people about suspicious purchases as well as seeking explanations
as to how their guns ended up used in murders, kidnappings and other
crimes in Mexico.
denies sterilisation plans
Rwanda has strongly denied reports that its parliament is considering
a draft law which would forcibly sterilise people who are mentally
of the Mediterranean
On June 30, the government of Israel committed an act of piracy
when the Israeli Navy in international waters illegally boarded
the “Spirit of Humanity,” kidnapped its 21-person crew
from 11 countries, including former US Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney
and Nobel Laureate Mairead MaGuire, and confiscated the cargo of
medical supplies, olive trees, reconstruction materials, and children’s
toys that were on the way to the Mediterranean coast of Gaza. After
Honduran coup, reporters detained, signals blocked
Honduran military personnel briefly detained seven journalists,
temporarily shut down several local broadcasters, and intermittently
blocked the broadcast signals of international news channels in
the aftermath of the weekend coup that ousted President Manuel Zelaya.
Star Heidi Montag: Over My Dead Body Would I Take A Microchip
Star of MTV's The Hills Heidi Montag appeared on The Alex Jones
Show today with her fellow co-star husband Spencer Pratt to discuss
how some nightclubs are introducing implantable identification microchips
to allow customers to access VIP areas. Montag told Jones, "You
would have to kill me before I get a chip."
CIA Involvement In Iran
Nazi Roots Of The European Union
North Korea Nuclear Circus
Police State UK
Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura
9/11 Truth Hit Piece Propaganda
24 - David Kwon - $50
June 11 - Peter Keeley - $10
June 11 - James Gathings - $10
May 25 - Stefan Lisander - $200
May 15 - Barry John Bennett - $15