Thursday, June 18, 2009 17:30
Regulatory Reform Plan Officially Establishes Banking Dictatorship In
United States President Obama's plan to give the privately-owned and unaccountable
Federal Reserve complete regulatory oversight across the entire U.S.
economy, which is likely to be enacted before the end of the year, will
officially herald the beginning of a new form of government in the United
States - an ultra-powerful banking dictatorship controlled by a small
gaggle of shadowy and corrupt elitists.
Inconsistencies in the $134.5 Billion Bearer Bond Mystery
Here’s yet another huge financial story that has been virtually
blacked out by the US financial media. Although on the surface, this
story appears to be a non-event, if we consider some of the released
facts about this case, you will understand why I consider it to be a
accuses SKorea of driving to brink of war
Rodong Sinmun, the official daily of the North’s ruling communist
party, said the United States and its allies had launched a smear campaign
against Pyongyang at the UN Security Council and drastically raised
the danger of invading the North.
denies NSA abuses; Holder refuses to call them ‘illegal’
The chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee came to the defense of
the National Security Agency today, saying that the federal agency didn’t
commit flagrant abuses in its program to intercept American’s
phone calls and emails — but stopped short of denying that the
agency had overstepped its bounds or broken the law.
Blair knew of secret policy on terror interrogations
Tony Blair was aware of the existence of a secret interrogation
policy which effectively led to British citizens, and others, being
tortured during counter-terrorism investigations, the Guardian
SSRIs Prescribed for Autistic Children Make Them Worse
Despite the fact the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not
approved any prescription medications to treat the symptoms of autism
and related disorders, drugs are frequently — and increasingly
— being given to autistic children, according to a study in the
June issue of Archives of General Psychiatry.
Faces Greater Risks Than It Knows
Stephen Kinzer’s book, All the Shah’s Men: An American
Coup and the Roots of Middle East Terror, tells the story of the
overthrow of Iran’s democratically elected leader, Mohammed
Mosaddeq, by the CIA and the British MI6 in 1953. The CIA bribed
Iranian government officials, businessmen, and reporters, and paid
Iranians to demonstrate in the streets.
and China won’t cope without US dollar” Despite calls for less reliance on the Dollar, Russia and
China will have to trade and keep reserves in USD for the foreseeable
future says Walter Lohman, Director of The Heritage Foundation’s
Asian Studies Center.