Sunday, May 2, 2010 11:43
Feds Blame Car Bomb On Patriots? We have been warning for weeks about an imminent false
flag domestic terror attack that would be used to demonize the government’s
political opposition and this appears to have been such an attempt.
It just remains to be seen who will be fingered as the culprit by an
establishment media straining at the leash to justify characterizations
of angry but non-violent Americans as dangerous extremists.
erupts as men from IMF prepare to wield axe
MAY DAY protests in Greece turned violent yesterday as youths in gas
masks and hoods set fire to vehicles, smashed shop fronts and threw
molotov cocktails and rocks at police in an explosion of fury over austerity
measures they claim will hurt only the poor.
probe of Goldman goes beyond deals cited by SEC
The Justice Department’s criminal investigation into Goldman Sachs
goes beyond the financial transactions targeted by the Securities and
Exchange Commission in the civil fraud suit brought against the firm
last month, law enforcement sources said Friday.
drones deployed to target Yemeni terrorist
Armed US drones have been deployed to target one of the world’s
most wanted Islamist terrorists following reports that he was involved
in last week’s failed suicide bomb attack against Britain’s
ambassador to Yemen.
Agrees to Bailout Deal With E.U. and the I.M.F.
Prime Minister George Papandreou Sunday said that Greece has reached
an agreement with the International Monetary Fund and European Union
on a long-delayed rescue package that is expected to be as much
as 120 billion euros.
London bankers paid average of $1m each
GOLDMAN SACHS, the investment bank at the centre of a criminal investigation
into its role in the financial crisis, paid its London staff $5.5billion
(£3.6billion) in salary and bonuses last year.
youth ‘too fat’ for battle
Veteran top brass in the United States military have called on Capitol
Hill to change diet habits of American youngsters, saying that the
country’s youth are too fat to fight.