Wednesday, July 21, 2010 12:44
intelligence reliant on ‘contractors’
US intelligence agencies are dangerously dependent on contractors, with
30 per cent of the spy workforce potentially bound to shareholders more
than the nation.
Says Enough To Fed: Takes Matters Into Own Hands As It Starts Using
Own Currency…And Gold
Either in anticipation of QE2 which will cut the value of the dollar
by another 50% once another $2 trillion in toxic crap becomes the “assets”
backing the viability of the dollar, or just because they are sick of
Fed policies, mid-Michigan has taken monetary matters into their own
hands, and in one simple act, completely bypassed the destabilizing
influence of the domestic currency printers.
Iranian Scientist Who Would Not Play Curveball Useful insights often must be seen through
a glass darkly. But some can be pulled through the smoke and mirrors
shrouding the wanderings of Iranian scientist Shahram Amiri, who is
now back home in Iran after 14 months in the U.S. as guest of the CIA.
There is No Rule of Law Last week ended with some promising news on
finally stopping the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Unfortunately,
the administration still seems to believe that shutting down working
oil wells is a higher priority than effectively dealing with the broken
terrorism begotten by US, UK’ Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah
Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the intelligence services of the US, Israel
and Britain were the main supporters of the recent terrorist attacks
the CIA is Trying to Burn Amiri
Contrary to a news media narrative that Iranian scientist Shahram
Amiri has provided intelligence on covert Iranian nuclear weapons
work, CIA sources familiar with the Amiri case say he told his CIA
handlers that there is no such Iranian nuclear weapons programme,
according to a former CIA officer.
year old girl naked body scanned
There’s been lots of talk lately about body scanners — the
new airport security tool that allows screeners to see through clothes.
People are concerned about privacy, delayed flights, health effects.