Thursday, July 8, 2010 20:19
Guard Involved In Mass Arrests Of U.S. Citizens It has emerged that the New York National Guard is assisting
in the arrests of thousands of American citizens as part of the “drug
war,” while at the same time the U.S. government itself orders
troops in Afghanistan to guard the poppy fields as heroin floods American
streets, in yet another shining example of how the United States is
under a state of de facto martial law.
agree to share citizens bank data US President Barack Obama on Thursday praised
a deal between the United States and the European Union to share banking
data as a key tool in the fight against terror.
Missiles Deployed Near China Send a Message If China’s satellites and spies were working
properly, there was a flood of unsettling intelligence flowing into
the Beijing headquarters of the Chinese Navy last week. A new class
of U.S. super weapon had suddenly surfaced nearby. It was an Ohio-class
submarine, which for decades carried only nuclear missiles targeted
against the Soviet Union, and then Russia.
Professor: 'Exploit Gulf Disaster For Carbon Tax'
Top elitist and Harvard Professor Kenneth Rogoff has shamefully called
for the BP oil spill disaster to be exploited in order to create political
momentum behind a carbon tax, even going to the lengths of embracing
the nightmare scenario of hurricanes pushing the oil onshore as a way
to create political momentum behind Obama's dreaded "green economy".
the ‘bin Laden Hunter’ So Crazy?
When Bin Laden hunter Gary Faulkner was arrested in Pakistan and returned
to the United States, the media had fun lampooning the Colorado resident
with his heart set on taking out Al-Qaeda’s top man.
If you watch any mainstream news program these days, it is almost a
certainty that someone will mention the word “recession”
before a half hour passes.
The Recent Gold Market Takedowns
Whistleblowers, interesting IMF rules, an official war against gold,
signs of weakening, a hole 8 million jobs deep, cuts and changes in
european economy, solar energy getting money, possible northern Euro,
a desire for corruption removed Glass-Steagall.
considers banning sale of pets except fish
Sell a guinea pig, go to jail. That’s the law under consideration
by San Francisco’s Commission of Animal Control and Welfare.
If the commission approves the ordinance at its meeting tonight,
San Francisco could soon have what is believed to be the country’s
first ban on the sale of all pets except fish.
Citizen’ Program Places ‘Sensors’ Throughout Web
The U.S. government is launching an expansive program dubbed “Perfect
Citizen” to detect cyber assaults on private companies and
government agencies running critical infrastructure such as the
electricity grid and nuclear-power plants, The Wall Street Journal
reported late Wednesday.
bomber incursions continue Russia is continuing to fly strategic nuclear
bombers near U.S. and Canadian airspace because the Russian military
is seeking to maintain “the illusion of power,” the
commander of the U.S. Northern Command says.
Disaster of Government-Run Businesses
Barack Obama defied experience everywhere when he stubbornly claimed
he could make a government-run health program work. The standard
practice of any government-run business is to provide favored interest
groups with something for nothing, forcing other people to pay for
it, and there always seem to be complications.