Tuesday, July 6, 2010 18:20
Lights Are Going Out For Free Speech On The Internet
Type the keywords "Internet censorship" into Google News and
you will immediately understand to what degree the world wide web is
under assault from attempts by governments globally to regulate and
stifle free speech. From Australia to Belarus, from Turkey to Vietnam,
from Pakistan to Egypt, from Afghanistan to Iran, huge chunks of the
Internet are going dark as the Chinese model of Internet regulation
is adopted worldwide.
Too Big to Fail, Too Big to Bail Out: Roubini
European governments face the quandary of being unable to afford to
bail out banks that are still considered too big to fail, while the
global economy is heading for a slowdown in the second half of the year,
economist Nouriel Roubini of Roubini Global Economics told CNBC Tuesday.
warned of record 70 applicants for every job
Graduates are facing the most intense scramble in a decade to get a
job this summer, as a poll of employers reveals the number of applications
for each vacancy has surged to nearly 70 while the number of available
positions is predicted to fall by nearly 7%.
Paul Slams Federal Interference In Oil Spill Relief Efforts
As tar balls from the BP oil spill wash into Galveston, Texas, Congressman
Ron Paul has slammed federal interference in the relief effort that
is hampering local attempts to mitigate the consequences of the disaster,
mimicking how the feds deliberately botched the response to hurricane
Katrina and made the crisis worse.
County Chemtrail/Geo-Engineering Contamination Cover-Up Watch as Michael J. Murphy and Paul Wittenberger
confront Shasta County Air Quality District’s Ross Bell on
hidden camera about his alleged involvement with the cover-up. After
watching, you will find that he has no intentions of addressing
this important issue.
Patrols Beach in Panama City
In the middle of June it was reported that BP hired private security
contractor to keep the media away from sites the transnational corporation
claims it is cleaning.
threatens to cut ties with Israel over Gaza flotilla
Turkey has hardened its stance towards Israel over the “freedom
flotilla” taking aid to the Gaza Strip, warning today that
it will sever diplomatic relations unless the Israelis issue a formal
apology or accept an international investigation into the incident.
Pop Music and its Immoral Agenda Eating Society?
In his most recent piece entitled “Popular Music is The Babylon
System”, Prison Planet’s prolific writer Paul Joseph
Watson goes into a deep analysis on how today’s vacant and
vapid pop culture is gutting what’s left of our moral center.