Wednesday, May 6, 2009 19:14
Agenda: Bilderberg Group Plans Economic Depression
On the eve of the 2009 Bilderberg Group conference, which is due to
be held at the 5 star Nafsika Astir Palace Hotel in Vouliagmeni, Greece,
investigative reporter Daniel Estulin has uncovered shocking details
of what the elitists plan to do with the economy over the course of
the next year.
inspector: Probe of planted media stories bogus
In a highly unusual reversal, the Defense Department’s inspector
general’s office has withdrawn a report it issued in January exonerating
a Pentagon public relations program that made extensive use of retired
officers who worked as military analysts for television and radio networks.
Blog is a Weapon? House Bill suggests Hurting Feelings illegal
Law prof Eugene Volokh blogs about a U.S. House of Representatives bill
proposed by Rep. Linda T. Sanchez and 14 others that could make it a
federal felony to use your blog, social media like MySpace and Facebook,
or any other web media “To Cause Substantial Emotional Distress
Through “Severe, Repeated, and Hostile” Speech.”
"Running" Into Gun Shows, Panic Buying Ammo
A San Francisco Chronicle report about a gun show in Daly City notes
that when the doors were opened, people came running in and immediately
started panic buying ammo, again emphasizing fears about shortages and
the Obama gun ban agenda.
Parent Google is a Corporate Member of the Council on Foreign Relations
As Paul Joseph Watson and Kurt Nimmo note today, Google is in bed with
the CIA. In 2006, Robert David Steele, a 20-year Marine Corps infantry
and intelligence officer and a former clandestine services case officer
with the CIA, told Alex Jones as much. Steele went so far as to name
Dr. Rick Steinheiser as the CIA’s liaison at Google. US
air strikes kill dozens of Afghan civilians
US-led air strikes killed dozens of Afghans, including women and children,
the Red Cross said today as the Pentagon launched a joint investigation
into what appeared to be one of the heaviest civilian death tolls at
the hands of coalition forces.
Reserve Policymaker Wants Global Financial Cop
A systemic regulator needs a global reach to address a financial
firm’s multinational operations and increased use of derivatives
around the world or risk being ineffective, a top Federal Reserve
policy maker said on Tuesday.
fears abate despite new US death
Mexico was planning a return to business as usual and the United
States eased guidelines for school closures Tuesday, signs that
fears of a global swine flu pandemic were abating despite the first
US resident death.