Tuesday, Jun 28, 2011 18:28 BST Cancer
Surges In Body Scanner Operators; TSA Launches Cover-Up
Fearful of provoking further public resistance to naked airport body
scanners, the TSA has been caught covering up a surge in cases of TSA
workers developing cancer as a result of their close proximity to radiation-firing
devices, perhaps the most shocking revelation to emerge from the latest
FOIA documents obtained by the Electronic Privacy Information Center.
Senate Version of TSA Bill Authorizes Invasive Groping
Despite Texas lawmakers claiming otherwise, the final Senate version
of a bill that purports to criminalize invasive pat downs actually authorizes
the TSA to continue groping travelers, mandating only that they need
"reasonable suspicion" to indicate that the person may be
carrying a prohibited object, which could easily be claimed if the person
sets off a metal detector or refuses to undergo a full body scan.
The Fed Stop Quantitative Easing?
If the Fed stops QE, confidence in the US dollar would rise. Money would
flow into US investments, both supporting the US stock market and helping
to finance the large US budget deficit. Gold and silver prices would
We Actually See A War Between Syria And Turkey?
In recent days, there have been persistent rumors that we could potentially
be on the verge of a military conflict between Syria and Turkey. Economic
If this is supposed to be an “economic recovery” it sure
is pathetic. In fact, as you will read below, the numbers tell us that
this is the worst economic recovery that the American economy has ever
Spring brings Corporate Locusts As terrifying as any Biblical plague, the very corporations that
funded the think-tanks and media organizations that crafted and sold
the entirely engineered “Arab Spring” hoax to the world,
have finally swarmed into Egypt to settle in and strip its lands clean. Engdahl:
Libya intervention absurd, NATO criminal
For more on attempts by the International criminal court to prosecute
Colonel Gaddafi RT is joined by William Engdahl, author of Full Spectrum
Dominance: Totalitarian Democracy in the New World Order.
May Add Eavesdropping To Skype
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office published a Microsoft patent application
that reaches back to December 2009 and describes “recording agents”
to legally intercept VoIP phone calls.
water leaks from Japan’s damaged plant Tons of radioactive water were discovered
on Tuesday to have leaked into the ground from Japan’s Fukushima
nuclear plant, the latest in a series of leaks at the plant damaged
in a March earthquake and tsunami, the country’s nuclear watchdog
police fire tear gas at protesters
Greek riot police fired tear gas to disperse stone-throwing demonstrators
Tuesday, as thousands marched to protest proposed austerity measures
on the first day of a two-day strike.
fires medium-range missiles in war game Iran’s elite Revolutionary Guards
fired 14 missiles in an exercise Tuesday, one of them a medium-range
weapon capable of striking Israel or US targets in the Gulf, state
Therapy: The Psychosis of Exceptionalism
I wanted to write about Barack Obama’s recent speech announcing
the alleged partial withdrawal of some of the tens of thousands
of troops he has added to the decade-long American occupation of
Afghanistan during his three Bush-like “surges” of that
Greece begins 48-hour general strike
Greece is facing major disruption on Tuesday as unions begin a 48-hour
general strike before a parliamentary vote on harsh austerity measures
demanded in return for international rescue loans. State
Department on quest for regime change
While Americans are struggling with economic hardships at home,
the Department of State is generously offering money to dissidents
across the globe. A new project is seeking ideas how to change regimes
in a number of countries. Gayane Chichikyan reports on the story.
Gates, Monsanto hijack ‘humanitarian aid’ efforts to
push GMO agenda
Those still in denial about the connection between the so-called
“humanitarian” efforts of the Bill & Melinda Gates
Foundation, and the bigger agenda to thrust genetically-modified
organisms (GMOs) on the populations of the world (among other things),
need look no further than the Golden Rice Project (GRP) for proof
that things are not as they seem.