Last Updated: Wednesday, March 30, 2011 18:23 GMT
Former Libyan Al Qaeda Leader Says There Are 1000 jihadists Amongst Rebels
A former leader of an al Qaeda linked group in Libya claims that there are around 1000 fundamentalist Islamic fighters in the country that have joined the uprising against Col. Moammar Gaddafi’s forces, a number that jives with intelligence reports and independent estimates. Yet still the allied NATO forces are considering arming the rebels.

Alex Jones On RT: Al-Qaeda created by CIA
Alex compares the situation in Libya with the US missions in Iraq, Rwanda and Serbia, where Al-Qaeda was created by the CIA and used to fight Serbs all as a part of an overall globalist agenda of the New World Order.


CIA Operative Appointed to Run al-Qaeda Connected Libyan Rebels
Arming Libya rebels not allowed by UN resolutions, legal experts warn US
Libyan rebels scatter, world mulls sending arms
Washington in Fierce Debate on Arming Libyan Rebels

Obama Raises American Hypocrisy To A Higher Level
What does the world think? Obama has been using air strikes and drones against civilians in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Yemen, and probably Somalia.

Libya: Barack Obama says operation is example of ‘how world should work’
Uranium bombs in Libya? US, UK ‘habit of deploying radioactive arms’
Republican bill would halt ‘unauthorized’ U.S. strikes in Libya
Kucinich: US making Libya worse


Opec set for $1,000bn in export revenues

Opec, the oil producers’ cartel, will reap $1,000bn in export revenues this year for the first time if crude prices remain above $100 a barrel, according to the International Energy Agency.

Wisconsin GOP senator boasts: We have broken the power of unions
Wisconsin Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald bragged that Republicans had busted government employee unions “once and for all” in a fundraising letter sent to his supporters.

Exposure to pesticides leads to poor semen quality, infertility
The organochloride pesticides used every day on many conventional food crops is responsible for lowering semen quality and causing infertility, according to a new study out of Spain.

US NATO Commander Admits Al-Qaeda Linked To Libyan Rebels
A top ranking NATO Commander has admitted that intelligence has uncovered elements of “al qaeda” amongst Libyan rebel fighters currently receiving tactical military support from US and European led operations inside the country.

Susan Rice: Obama Administration Has Not Ruled Out Military Support for Libyan Rebels
U.S. says Libyan rebels may sell oil
In 2009 Gaddafi Proposed Nationalizing Libya’s Oil
Kadhafi tells West to halt ‘barbaric genocide’
Stratfor Asks What Happened To The American Declaration of War?
‘US-led airstrikes hit Libya civilians’
Sen. Rand Paul Responds to President Obama’s Libya Address

Main Street America is Rising Up
The fight for workers rights is spreading across America. Drawing their inspiration from Egypt and Wisconsin, nearly ten thousand union members and their supporters clogged the streets of Los Angeles this weekend, to let everyone know that they’re not going to stand for what they call an attack on the middle class.

Scientists to drill FIVE miles down: First journey to below the Earth’s crust will go deeper than ever before
It may not quite be Journey To The Centre Of The Earth, but it’s the closest we’ve come yet.

FUKUSHIMA: Record-High Levels Of Radioactive Iodine Detected In The Ocean
Radioactive iodine at a concentration of 3,355 times the legal limit was identified in a seawater sample near the plant, Japan’s nuclear safety agency said Wednesday. This is the highest contamination level yet.

Fukushima beyond point of no return as radioactive core melts through containment vessel
Cesium Fallout from Fukushima ALREADY Rivals Chernobyl
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Government Responds to Nuclear Accident by Trying to Raise Acceptable Radiation Levels and Pretending that Radiation is Good For Us
So now that Japan is suffering the worst nuclear accident since Chernobyl – if not of all time – is the government riding to the rescue to help fix the problem, or at least to provide accurate information to its citizens so they can make informed decisions?

Japanese Nuclear Crisis Could Last for YEARS
If all goes well, the reactor cores and spent fuel rods should cool down considerably over the next couple of months. But the fact that the Japanese might need to sustain the cooling effort for years on end is stunning.

19 Reasons Why The Federal Reserve Is At The Heart Of Our Economic Problems
Most Americans do not understand what the Federal Reserve is or why it is at the heart of our economic problems. When Americans get into discussions about the economy, most of them still blame either the Democrats or the Republicans for inflation, for the housing crash, for our rampant unemployment and for the national debt.

Broke And Getting Broker: 22 Jaw Dropping Statistics About The Financial Condition Of American Families

Ron Paul & Rand Paul Voice Concerns Over Government Spending

Congressman Ron Paul joins Neil Cavuto to discuss the potential of a government shutdown, his concern for spending, the implications of the current political climate, the consequences of fiscal irresponsibility and hope for reform, and the pending threat of price inflation. Senator Rand Paul joins Neil Cavuto to discuss the current virtual stalemate in Wisconsin, the financial reality of tax-payer dependent unions, and piecemeal attempts at trimming the fat in Washington.

Fluoride spill at water facility literally burns holes in parking lot cement
A recent chemical spill at a water treatment facility in Rock Island, Ill., required the assistance of an emergency relief crew decked in the very same type of hazmat suits being worn by workers at the Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant in Japan.

Japan radioactivity found in UK
A statement from the Health Protection Agency said the “minutest traces of iodine” were being seen in the UK, with low levels detected at monitoring stations in Oxfordshire and Glasgow.


Cancer risk is low, but possible in airport scanners
David Brenner, director of the Center for Radiological Research at the Columbia University Medical Center, published an article in April in the journal Radiology, and also found the radiation exposure to be small, but says even though the cancer risk is low, it is possible.

Feds Want Ventura’s Suit Against TSA Thrown Out


Syrian cabinet resigns as regime seeks to calm protests
The entire Syrian cabinet has resigned amid the country’s worst unrest in decades, state television has announced.

 

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