Friday, March 25, 2011 18:39 GMT Libyan
Rebel Leader Admits Links To “Al Qaeda” Fighters
The commander of anti Gaddafi rebels forces in Libya has admitted that
among the ranks of those fighting against the government are islamic
militants who have fought and killed US troops in Iraq, otherwise known
as “al qaeda” fighters.
Nothing to See Here?
Administration spokespeople continuously claim “no threat”
from the radiation reaching the US from Japan, just as they did with
oil hemorrhaging into the Gulf. Perhaps we should all whistle “Don’t
worry, be happy” in unison. A thorough review of the science,
however, begs a second opinion.
wealth down 23% in 2 years – Fed
A rare survey of U.S. households, first performed in 2007 but repeated
in 2009 in order to gauge the effects of the recession, reveals the
median net worth of households fell from $125,000 in 2007 to $96,000
Authorities Admit Deadly MOX Plutonium Reactor Is Leaking While the mass media has all but dropped
its interest in the Fukushima crisis to focus on Libya and meaningless
side-issues like the death of Elizabeth Taylor, the nuclear nightmare
only worsens, as Japanese authorities admit that reactor number 3, which
is the only reactor to contain MOX plutonium, is now leaking.
Interventionism: Protecting the Profit Machine
America is the spawn of empire building and from the start has itself
engaged heavily in that activity. In nearly all cases it has shown a
preference for bribery, coercion, intimidation and force over diplomacy
Civilians in Afghanistan is Terrorism In Kabul, on the same day that Der Spiegel released
photos documenting American soldiers posing with the bodies of civilians
they murdered, the Transitional Justice Coordinating Group (TJCG), the
umbrella organization for NGO’s in Afghanistan that are pursuing
transitional justice, gathered Afghan, Australian, American, and German
peacemakers to discuss methods to bring peace and security to Afghanistan.
Taxing mileage a ‘practical option’ for revenue enhancement The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) this week
released a report that said taxing people based on how many miles they
drive is a possible option for raising new revenues and that these taxes
could be used to offset the costs of highway maintenance at a time when
federal funds are short.
Rompuy Says Libya Attack About “Regime Change” The UN says it’s alarmed by the looming
humanitarian crisis in Libya. Officials warn food supply lines have
been disrupted and over three hundred thousand refugees have already
fled the country. Nigel Farage, MEP and leader of the UK Independence
Party, believes the whole military strategy in Libya has not been
The Objective of “Humanitarian Bombing” is Death and
Destruction The objective of the media disinformation
campaign is to blatantly obfuscate the loss of life of civilians.
Western media reports on casualties are heavily convoluted. Tomahawk
missiles and aerial bombings are upheld as instruments of peace
and democracy. They do not result in civilian deaths.
want their troops out of Bahrain Hundreds of Saudi anti-government protesters
have taken to the streets in the country’s Eastern Province,
condemning the kingdom’s military intervention in Bahrain.
to protest against anti-protest law
The new decree-law issued by the cabinet yesterday draws the ire
of activists and labourers who plan to take their objections to
the street in massive protests on Friday.
Stock Market Is In A State Of Denial Those of you who watch financial TV or read
the financial media have probably heard the current market referred
to as the “nothing matters” market since it is supposedly
ignoring a spate of negative news.