Friday, May 15, 2009 21:00
Readies Youth Corps To Take On Vets
“Ten minutes into arrant mayhem in this town near the Mexican
border, and the gunman, a disgruntled Iraq war veteran, has already
taken out two people, one slumped in his desk, the other covered in
blood on the floor,” begins a shocking New York Times article
reporting on how the Boy Scouts are being trained to take on domestic
terrorists, which apparently would include war veterans and American
citizens if the Homeland Security definition of a terrorist is to be
Veitch vs. Armed Police at USA Embassy London
This is what happens when you film at the USA Embassy in Grosvenor Square,
central London. After they grabbed my camera off me they held me by
the wrists and watched the footage to see if it could be used by terrorists.
Can Big Brother be green? Absolutely. If carbon dioxide were the planetary
poison that global warming alarmists claim, then every aspect of our
lives would be fair game for government control: the homes we build,
the cars we drive, the light bulbs we use.
approves $96.7 billion to fund wars
The US House of Representatives on Thursday overwhelmingly approved
a 96.7-billion-dollar measure to pay for the Iraq and Afghanistan wars
through October 1 as well as aid ally Pakistan.
to Issue Free Drugs to Unemployed Pfizer will provide 70 of its most widely prescribed prescription
drugs _ including Lipitor and Viagra _ for free to people who have lost
their jobs and health insurance.
Protest Breaks Out In Vicinity Of Bilderberg Hotel
Charlie Skelton, the London Guardian reporter who has been detained
and stalked by police officers on numerous occasions during his
attempts to cover the 2009 Bilderberg meeting in Greece, states
that a spontaneous protest broke out in the vicinity of Bilderberg’s
hotel earlier today.
Doctor: WHO To Declare Phase 6 On Swine Flu The website of a US based influenza expert has suggested
that the World Health Organisation will soon declare a level six
swine flu alert, following new and unlinked cases of transmission
What do you suppose it is like to be elected president of the United
States only to find that your power is restricted to the service
of powerful interest groups?
will continue Bush-era military tribunals
Breaking a key promise from his campaign, President Barack Obama
is expected to announce Friday the return of military commission
trials for a small number of terrorism suspects. Obama had previously
promised to abolish them.