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Australian Government To Force Internet Users To Install State-Approved Software
The Australian government is set to intensify its war against Internet freedom by forcing web users to install state-approved anti-virus software. If they fail to do so, they will be denied an Internet connection, or if their computer is later infected, the user's connection will be terminated.

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Former Israeli top spy calls for strike on Iran
Israel should launch a pre-emptive strike to prevent arch-foe Iran from going nuclear, a former head of Israel’s Mossad intelligence agency said on Monday.

Israel’s Planned Attack on Iran from Caucasus Base

Max Keiser on Oil Spill: Rewarding Eco-Terror
This time Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, look at the latest scandals of financial news presenters speaking in tongues, EU commissioners threatening the return of dictatorships and European fund managers piling into Australian property. Watch the full Episode ?53 on Tuesday.

Why Has Barack Obama Refused To Accept International Help To Clean Up The Oil Spill In The Gulf Of Mexico?
Too Much Government in the Gulf
Tropical Storm May Pose Threat to BP Spill Cleanup
Experts: BP Lowballing Size of Leaking Oil Reservoir

Rumor: Chinese State-Owned Banks Are ‘Aggressively’ Buying U.S. Dollars
Maybe this is why the yuan has peculiarly weakened against the U.S. dollar — Traders are reporting that Chinese state-owned banks are ‘aggressively’ buying U.S. dollars.

Chinese Yuan FALLS The Most In Years

EU parliament voices concern over airport body scanners
A leading MEP says air passengers must retain the right to choose how they want to be checked by security at airports.

Did Bush & Co. Do Medical Research on Detainees?
As time goes by, the record of the Bush administration gets worse and worse. It could turn out that the most egregious offense of the Bush-esque Obama administration will be that its Justice Department let Bush-Cheney & Co. off scot-free.

Google faces prosecution in France for ‘accidentally’ smashing privacy laws with Street View
Google is facing prosecution in France after ‘accidentally’ scooping up the personal information of internet users while compiling its Street View service.

Carbon Tax On Electricity To Send Prices Skyrocketing
Americans already laboring under the financial duress of massive unemployment and the threat of a double-dip recession will be hit with massive electricity bill hikes if President Obama succeeds in ramming through the first salvo of his "green agenda" - a carbon tax on electricity companies which will be passed on to customers.

Obama’s thuggery is useless in fighting spill
Thuggery is unattractive. Ineffective thuggery even more so. Which may be one reason so many Americans have been reacting negatively to the response of Barack Obama and his administration to BP’s Gulf oil spill.

U.S.-born al-Qaida operative rips Obama
Barack Obama is a “treacherous, bloodthirsty” president who won’t prevent a terror attack on the United States, U.S.-born al-Qaida operative Adam Gadahn said.

Gold reclaims its currency status as the global system unravels
We already know that the eurozone money markets seized up violently in early May as incipient bank runs spread from Greece to Portugal and Spain, threatening the first big sovereign default of our era.

China’s exchange rate shift won’t save America

Obama Labor Chief: Illegals Have a Right to Fair Wages
Obama’s Nicaraguan-Mexican-”American” DOL Secretary Hilda L. Solis Promotes Illegal Immigration, ‘You Have the Right to Be Paid Fairly Whether Documented or Not’

Nobel laureate scientist defines future vaccines as “food”
Barry J. Marshall, Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine 2005 and clinical professor with the University of Western Australia, said people might, in the future, be vaccinated by swallowing capsules instead of by using needles.

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange breaks cover but will avoid America
The elusive founder of WikiLeaks, who is at the centre of a potential US national security sensation, has surfaced from almost a month in hiding to tell the Guardian he does not fear for his safety but is on permanent alert.

Is U.S. Now On Slippery Slope To Tyranny?
When Adolf Hitler was building up the Nazi movement in the 1920s, leading up to his taking power in the 1930s, he deliberately sought to activate people who did not normally pay much attention to politics.

Lord Rothschild fund joins World Gold Council to put £12.5m into BullionVault
An investment fund backed by Lord Rothschild has joined the World Gold Council to put £12.5m into BullionVault, the online gold investment platform.

Obama Labor Secretary Promises Help for Illegal Aliens in PSA
‘You Have the Right to Be Paid Fairly Whether Documented or Not’

Times Square car bomber Faisal Shahzad pleads guilty ‘100 times’
Faisal Shahzad has pleaded guilty to the attempted car bombing of Times Square car bomb “100 times,” calling himself a Muslim soldier and defiantly warning of more attacks on the United States.

It’s methane wot done it!
Warmists have been riding the wrong horse. A new paleoclimate study shows that it is methane, not CO2 that affects warming. CO2 levels are tied to ocean circulation.

Bee decline could be down to chemical cocktail interfering with brains
A cocktail of chemicals from pesticides could be damaging the brains of British bees, according to scientists about to embark on a study into why the populations of the insects have dropped so rapidly in recent decades.

MSNBC Host Admits To Parroting White House Talking Points
MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski admitted on air this morning that she was repeating White House talking points she had been advised to include in the channel's news programming regarding the ongoing BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

The Watson Report: BP Oil Spill – Criminal Negligence or Deliberate Sabotage?
In this special video report for Prison members, Paul Joseph Watson analyzes the evidence for both criminal negligence and deliberate sabotage of the BP oil well and explores who is benefiting from the oil spill, both financially and politically.

Lapses Found in Oversight of Failsafe Device on Oil Rig
It was the last line of defense, the final barrier between the rushing volcanic fury of oil and gas and one of the worst environmental disasters in United States history.

BP CEO Hayward Set For Massive $16 Million Payout If He Quits
BP CEO Tony Hayward is set for a massive 10.8 million pound ($16 million) payout if he chooses to step down, according to The Telegraph.

Thumbprint and Photograph Required In Philly To Sell Gold
The info, plus photos and descriptions of items being pawned or sold, must then be entered into an Internet-accessible tracking system and uploaded daily to the Police Department’s major-crimes unit.

7 US-led troops killed in Afghan war
Seven foreign soldiers serving with US-led forces have been killed in Afghanistan amid escalating violence in the war-ravaged country.

Royal Marine is 300th British death in Afghanistan

Antarctic glacier melt maybe ‘not due to climate change’
British and international boffins, having probed an Antarctic glacier which is thought to be a major cause of rising sea levels worldwide, report that increased polar ice melting may not be driven by climate change.

Chances dim for swift 9/11 decision
Attorney General Eric Holder said the decision over where to hold the trial for alleged 9/11 plotter Khalid Sheikh Mohammad was “weeks away” — three months ago.


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