Monday, May 3, 2010 18:23
Media Plays Down Pro-Illegal Immigration Thugs Who Terrorized Santa
Cruz Imagine the uproar if 200 Tea Party members had gone on
a rampage through a downtown city, smashing windows, setting fires,
and spraying graffiti everywhere, the corporate media would be all over
it, and yet gangs of pro-illegal immigration demonstrators do this and
much worse on a regular basis, with no national news coverage whatsoever.
fears unprecedented disaster
President Barack Obama toured the staging area for response efforts
to the Gulf Coast oil spill on Sunday, afterwards saying “we’re
dealing with a massive and potentially unprecedented environmental disaster.”
Terror Tape Proven Fraudulent Once Again
In a move born more of desperation than expediency, the United States
Defense Department authorized the deployment of the Louisiana National
Guard to help local communities in the cleanup and removal of oil.
Dash of Tyranny
Eighty years ago, the British colonial government of India imposed strict
controls on the manufacturing and sale of salt, inspiring Gandhi and
thousands of others to participate in the salt satyagraha. Now, it appears
that salt has once again become an implement of control — this
time, to be used by the American government against the people.
on “1998 was the warmest year”
As most CA readers know, a few years ago, I wondered how they knew that
1998 was the warmest year in a millennium – a claim that you don’t
see in AR4. Nor, at first (second or even fifth) glance does the assertion,
once so prominent, even seem to be addressed in AR4.
Sqaure Bomb Hoax: Isreali Intel Group Shows It’s Hand Who would have believed it? Only days after
a warning of an Israeli “false flag” bombing against
the US “in the works” a massive car bomb is discovered
in Time Square! Better yet, though no intelligence organization
in the world could discover anyone claiming responsibility for this
embarrassing failure, SITE Intelligence, a group rumored as the
“voice of the Mossad” has placed the blame on the Pakistani
drone strike kills 6 in Pakistan
A US drone attack has killed at least six people and wounded several
others in the troubled tribal areas of northwestern Pakistan, officials
threatens UN office in Tehran
The Jundallah terror group threatens to bomb the UN Office on Drugs
and Crime (UNODC) in Tehran to protest the February arrest of their
ringleader, Abdolmalek Rigi.
President Favors Global Governance
The President of the European Central Bank, Jean-Claude Trichet,
told Forbes that global governance is extremely necessary if we
want to prevent another financial crisis.