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Rich Cabal Met To Discuss Population Control
Our speculation that the "secret billionaire club" meeting
at the beginning of the month was primarily focused around population
control. a cause célèbre embraced by David Rockefeller,
Ted Turner and Bill Gates, has been confirmed by a London Times report.
sends warships to Gulf of Aden - navy
Iran has sent six warships to international waters, including the Gulf
of Aden, to show its ability to confront any foreign threats, its naval
commander said on Monday.
of Scientology on trial in France
The Church of Scientology and six of its French leaders went on trial
on Monday on charges of organised fraud that could lead to an outright
ban on the organisation in France.
senior Taliban says he was beaten at US air base in Afghanistan
Although President Barack Obama has promised to close the detention
facilities at Guantanamo Bay, his administration has no intention of
closing the much larger center at Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, which
currently holds more than 600 prisoners and is about to double in size
as part of a $60 million expansion of the base.
‘lured dimwits’ into terror plot
ON the steps of New York city hall on Friday, Michael Bloomberg, the
mayor, praised the police officers and federal agents who helped disrupt
an apparent terrorist plot to blow up a synagogue and shoot down military
science man slams corp: ‘Evangelical, shallow and sparse’
The BBC’s environmental coverage has come under fire from a former
science correspondent. Award-winning author and journalist David Whitehouse
says the corporation risks public ridicule - or worse - with what he
calls “an evangelical, inconsistent climate change reporting and
its narrow, shallow and sparse reporting on other scientific issues.”
Korea’s Nukes: Paid For By The U.S. Government Amidst the cacophony of condemnation from all sides following
North Korea’s second nuclear bomb test, there has been no
mention whatsoever of how the secretive Stalinist state got its
weapons in the first place - they were paid for by the U.S. government.
Arrested For Criticizing Rudy Giuliani
A man arrested on charges of harassing Rudy Giuliani on a Bridgehampton
street said Saturday that he was merely expressing a difference
of opinion with the former New York City mayor and prosecutor.
of the Dead: Mourning the Victims of Empire
I was on an airplane flying to Orange County from Sacramento to
attend the al-Awda Conference; which is a Palestinian Right’s
Conference. Al-Awda translates to “The Returning, ”
when the Pilot’s voice filled the cabin to make an announcement
that I think went unnoticed by most of my fellow passengers, but
I heard it.