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Most Americans and Europeans Support Impending Attack on Iran
Remember Hitler’s maxim that the bigger and the more outrageous the lie, the more likely the masses are to believe it? Following the results of a recent poll we once again get an object lesson demonstrating that Hitler knew what he was talking about.

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Goblin Emeritus Says America’s Spending Days Are Over
If there is one person in this world who has less credibility than the Goblin in chief, Ben Bernanke, it has got to be the Goblin emeritus, or the man who spawned the monetary policy that will eventually destroy the world.

It’s All State Capitalism

Pakistan, Afghanistan begin talks about dealing with insurgents
Afghanistan and Pakistan are talking about how to make peace with insurgents fighting U.S. troops in Afghanistan, including one faction considered the coalition forces’ most lethal foe, according to Pakistani and U.S. officials.

US missile strike kills 12 in north west Pakistan

Germany and France examine ‘two-tier’ euro
Germany and France are examining ways of creating a “two-tier” euro system to separate stronger northern European countries from weaker southern states.

Spain could test the euro to its limit

US may ‘microwave’ Afghan targets
The US military may be testing a controversial weapon that focuses microwave energy with a so-called “goodbye effect” on targets in Afghanistan, a report says.

WikiLeaks Preparing to Release Video of Alleged U.S. ‘Massacre’ in Afghanistan
As the founder of the whistleblower website WikiLeaks remains underground in fear that the U.S. will detain him, the site is preparing to release a leaked video of a U.S. airstrike in Afghanistan that is said to be more shocking than the Iraqi video that sent its controversial leader into hiding.

Google’s Wi-Fi snoop nabbed passwords and emails
The Wi-Fi traffic collected by Google’s world-roving Street View cars included passwords and email, according to a report citing a preliminary study from the French data protection authority.

What If Tea Partiers Waving Gadsden Flags Had Trashed L.A.?
Imagine if Tea Partiers waving Gadsden flags had rioted, started fights with police and trashed public property in a major American city. The corporate media would be all over the story for weeks, lecturing us all about how it was an ominous sign of the rise of an extremist fringe that threatens to destabilize America.

Expert: Terrorists Win If Obama Shuts Down The Internet
One of Australia’s top communications experts, University of Sydney associate professor Bjorn Landfeldt, railed against the idea, saying shutting down the internet would “inflict an enormous damage on the entire world”.

Greek Communists Say IMF-Imposed Austerity Means “Dachau Conditions For Life”
Greek communists are cranking up the rhetoric against IMF-imposed austerity measures, now calling for war against the Athens government.

Medvedev Pushes Ruble Reserve Currency to Cut Dollar Dominance
Russia wants the ruble to be one of the world’s reserve currencies as President Dmitry Medvedev renews his push to reduce the dollar’s dominance and make Moscow a global financial hub.

Medvedev sees chance for new world order

Lieberman Introduces Bill Targeting Internet Freedom
Senator Joe Lieberman wants to give Obama and all future installed teleprompter readers in the Oval Office the power to shut down the internet.

Progressives Want “Direct Action” and a Disarmed Public

Disaster capitalists: Halliburton to make money off oil spill
Does a company that both builds oil rigs and cleans up oil spills have any motivation to prevent oil rig disasters?

Republican candidate: Obama, BP ‘colluded’ to make oil spill happen

In desperate search for recruits, Israeli army targets foreigners
A new organisation is actively recruiting scores of non-Israeli Jews, many of them American, to serve in the Israeli army as it faces threats on multiple fronts in a region largely hostile towards it.

Kyrgyzstan Is On the Brink of Collapse
With hundreds dead and tens of thousands of refugees, ethnic violence has brought chaos to Kyrgyzstan. Central Asia policy expert Andrea Schmitz told SPIEGEL ONLINE about the history behind the attacks on the Uzbek minority and the wobbly transitional government.

Obama Ohio trip cost ‘between $500K and $1 million’; Spoke for 10 minutes
Mr. Obama spoke for just ten minutes and was on the ground in Ohio for just over an hour.

Republicans claim ‘Florida Tea Party’ is a Democratic front
Amid all the fuss over surprise Democratic Senate nominee Alvin Greene in South Carolina, a less-noticed but even more colorful uproar is brewing over certain Tea Party candidates in Florida who may not be quite what they appear — including one who could draw votes away from the Republican challenger to Democratic Congressman Alan Grayson.

Ten Stories In The News That The BP Oil Spill Is Overshadowing
The mainstream media is running a 24 hour news cycle focusing purely on the BP oil spill, a disaster, as we have shown, that is being intentionally hyped in order to sell cap and trade legislation and moves to nationalize big business.

$7-a-gallon gas?
President Obama has a solution to the Gulf oil spill: $7-a-gallon gas. That’s a Harvard University study’s estimate of the per-gallon price of the president’s global-warming agenda. And Obama made clear this week that this agenda is a part of his plan for addressing the Gulf mess.

POLL: Obama Approval Falls to Another New Low: 41%
Overall, 41% of voters say they at least somewhat approve of the president’s performance. That’s the lowest level of approval yet recorded for this president. Fifty-eight percent (58%) now disapprove.

Is China Secretly Stealth-Buying Gold?
Analysts suspect the country is continuing to buy gold and could in fact, be the world’s largest buyer consistently. It simply doesn’t reveal it’s pro-gold stance proudly, however, because China is also the world’s largest holder of U.S. Treasurys.

Gold hits record above $1,260 on safe haven demand

Global Warming Book Removed From Schools Due To Factual Error
Millard Public Schools will stop using a children’s book about global warming — but only until the district can obtain copies with a factual error corrected.


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