Wednesday, May 20, 2009 20:52
News Reports On Secret Meeting Of The Rich, Yet Ignores Bilderberg Completely
ABC News today devoted a prominently featured three page story to a
“secret meeting” of rich philanthropists which took place
earlier this month in New York, and yet one of the biggest news corporations
in America was completely silent during a far more important meeting
of around 150 of the world’s powerbrokers at the Bilderberg conference
police beating video: Five officers fired
Five Birmingham police officers have been fired for a January 2008 beating
of an already-unconscious suspect with fists, feet and a billy club,
a battering caught on videotape until a police officer turned off the
patrol car camera, city and police officials said today.
Rejects Lords’ Surveillance Criticism
The Government has rejected claims that it is conducting too much surveillance
on citizens and has said that it has got the balance between surveillance
and liberty right. It has rejected many recommendations recently made
by the House of Lords.
Echoes Warning Of "Sucker's Rally"
Veteran financial guru Jim Rogers warned CNBC viewers today that the
stock market has yet to hit a bottom despite people ploughing their
money back into a sucker's rally, as the Bilderberg Group's plan to
pull the rug out from under euphoric investors draws closer.
Humanitarian Face of the State, With Fangs
The glorious Barack Obama, broad-minded humanitarian universalist that
he is, promised to reverse the wickedness of the Bush administration,
which ran a prison camp in Guantánamo Bay and kept pictures of
ruthless abuse from public view to save the face of Bush.
Bottom for Stocks Coming: Rogers
The stock market may hit new lows this year or the next as the current
rally has been largely caused by the money printed by central banks
and fundamental problems remain unsolved, legendary investor Jim Rogers
told CNBC Wednesday.
and trade is a license to cheat and steal
One of James Bond’s first movies captured attention with the title
“License to Kill.” Today, Washington, D.C., is setting the
stage to compete with Hollywood in the sensational headlines market.
system ‘close to breakdown’ It has become one of the staples of modern, hi-tech life: using
satellite navigation tools built into your car or mobile phone to find
your way from A to B. But experts have warned that the system may be
close to breakdown.
head: J’lem knows not to attack Iran
CIA director Leon Panetta on Wednesday said that Jerusalem knew
it needed to coordinate its strategy on Iran with other nations
and was aware of the fact that launching an attack on Iran’s
nuclear facilities would mean “big trouble.”
National Archives lose sensitive data
The US National Archives have reported that a hard drive containing
Social Security numbers, addresses, as well as Secret Service and
White House operating procedures has come up missing, reports the
move to deny funds for Gitmo closure
US President Barack Obama’s plan to close the Guantanamo Bay
prison by early 2010 hit a snag Tuesday as his Democratic Senate
allies moved to deny his 80-million-dollar request to shut the facility.
Jones On Russia Today: Bilderberg Club’s plan
The Bilderberg Club, which has been surrounded in secrecy for the
last 50 years, has concluded its annual session in Greece. Alex
Jones, one of America’s most famous radio hosts, shed some
light on what kind of fraternity is it and what its aims are.
from a Dodge Dealer
My name is George C. Joseph. I am the sole owner of Sunshine Dodge-Isuzu,
a family owned and operated business in Melbourne, Florida. My family
bought and paid for this automobile franchise 35 years ago in 1974.
I am the second generation to manage this business.