Thursday, July 22, 2010 20:00
Coin Sellers Angered by New Tax Law
Those already outraged by the president’s health care legislation
now have a new bone of contention — a scarcely noticed tack-on
provision to the law that puts gold coin buyers and sellers under closer
Support Needed To Keep Propaganda Matrix Online
Jones Talks About Cannibalism in History
A review by Alex Jones. After many listener requests to watch this recent
Viggo Mortensen dystopic epic, Alex purchased the DVD of The Road directed
by John Hillcoat based on the Cormac McCarthy novel of the same name.
admits it ‘Photoshopped’ official images as oil spill ‘cut
and paste’ row escalates
BP has ordered staff to stop manipulating photographs of its Gulf of
Mexico oil spill response, as the row over its public relations campaign
BP Keep Drilling Even Though It Had Lost Control of the Oil Well Much
on Doomed Rig Voiced Concern About Safety
Simmons latest: Cap test a “total diversion”; “Biggest
environmental coverup ever” (4 Interviews)
Not Another World War?
There is overwhelming agreement among economists that the Second World
War was responsible for decisively ending the Great Depression. When
asked why the wars in Iran and Afghanistan are failing to make the same
impact today, they often claim that the current conflicts are simply
too small to be economically significant.
Ranks Last in Confidence in Institutions
Gallup’s 2010 Confidence in Institutions
poll finds Congress ranking dead last out of the 16 institutions rated
House Backs Bill to Collect Employee Pay Information from Businesses
The Obama administration is backing legislation that includes regulations
requiring U.S. businesses to provide to the government data about employee
pay as it relates to the sex, race and national origin of employees.
officer faces no charge over G20 death
A police riot squad officer was told today he will not be prosecuted
over the death of Ian Tomlinson during G20 protests.
Mom upset about daughter’s full body security scan experience “Her 12-year-old daughter, whom she did not want to appear
on camera, was at Tampa International Airport on vacation with a family
friend when a TSA officer chose her.
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.
Media Blogger Says Oakland Freeway Shooter Linked to Tea Party It looks like the corporate media may soon
use Byron Williams to demonize the Tea Party movement.
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.
Paul: Paper Money Breeds Inflation and Destroys the Currency’s
Economic Chart That You Should Permanently Burn Into Your Memory
border agents mock woman during airport strip search Shileen Flynn, 29, had already
missed one flight and lost her luggage when she says she found herself
in a room at the Vancouver airport, naked and squatting, while two crude
border agents strip-searched her.
under fire over ‘photoshopped’ image of oil spill command
BP has come under fire over a “photoshopped” image of its
Gulf Coast oil spill command centre, which indicated that staff were
busier than they actually were.
Group Calls for Hearings Into Google’s Ties to CIA and NSA
has emerged about Google’s relationship with the government and spook
agencies (see PR Newswire below). The revelations should come as no
by the CIA: Wikileaks founder Julian Assange
Joins UN Effort to Dictate Acceptable Behavior on the Internet
The United States — along with the
UK, China and Russia — have agreed to work together under
the globalist umbrella of the United Nations to determine “norms
of accepted behavior in cyberspace,” according to Computer
G20 Documents Show Carbon Taxes Still High on Globalist Agenda
This week The Corbett Report was sent documents purported to be
the notes of an attendee of the recent Toronto G20 meeting.
Has Gotten So Big, Area Around It Has 112 Acres Of Parking Spaces
In yet another terrifying expose, The Washington Post continues
to lift the veil on just how massive the US government’s spying
operation has become.
Eugenics in Uzbekistan Made Possible by UN, US and World Bank Funding
The British Independent featured an AP article last Saturday, detailing
suspicions that health officials in the Republic of Uzbekistan are
widely involved in involuntary sterilization-practices. At first
glance, the story may seem wild and baseless. Nothing however is
further from the truth.
Korea calls US-South drill ‘a threat’
North Korea has warned against US plans to hold a joint naval exercise
with South Korea in the Sea of Japan, saying the military drill
poses a threat to regional security.
financial system support up $700 bln in past year-watchdog
Increased housing commitments swelled U.S. taxpayers’ total
support for the financial system by $700 billion in the past year
to around $3.7 trillion, a government watchdog said on Wednesday.
Wonder the Outlook for the Economy is “Unusually Uncertain”
… the Fed is Killing It
to Congress: Fed to Act if US Recovery Stalls
Qaeda Leader Mocks Obama
second in command sends internet message criticizing Barack Obama
and Arab Western allies
states join probe into Google Wi-Fi data collection
A multistate investigation is raising more
questions about how Google Inc. may have improperly gathered people’s
private information through their unsecured wireless networks while
collecting data for its Street View feature.
chemists, biologists searching for “DNA mutations” caused
Tech scientists hold nothing back in battling effects of Gulf spill,
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal (Texas), July 21, 2010.
DOE apparently funded CRU millions, not $200K as reported
Some enterprising commenters at WUWT have found evidence in the
Climategate emails that the $200K figure may be low, or just one
part of a multi-part contract.
Keiser: NSA & CIA: The Secret America – Alex Jones Tv
Alex talks with film-maker, broadcaster and former broker and options
trader Max Keiser. Alex discusses the removal of his video, The
Obama Deception, from Google’s YouTube.
Company Says al-Qaeda Website Reason for Removing 73,000 Blogs
It was not copyright violations that prompted the hosting service
Burst.net to pull more than 73,000 blogs offline earlier this month.
It was al-Qaeda, the phony terror group created by the CIA.
Navy Successfully Uses Laser to Shoot Down Drones
This silent video shows during a recent test, a Navy laser using
a tracking system from Raytheon to shoot down the unmanned aerial
vehicles with lasers.
trying to legally ‘contaminate’ Gulf scientists: report
A BP plan to hire Gulf scientists could mean that there are fewer
experts to testify against them when the oil spill case goes to
denies it has any Deepwater Horizon mud logs
EPA Analyst: “Government [Agencies] Have Been Sock Puppets
for BP In This Cover Up”
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