Saturday, May 29, 2010 14:30
studied for a possible Pakistan strike
The U.S. military is reviewing options for a unilateral strike in Pakistan
in the event that a successful attack on American soil is traced to
the country’s tribal areas, according to senior military officials.
Guantanamo detainees low-level fighters, task force report says
About 10 percent of the 240 detainees held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba,
when President Obama took office were “leaders, operatives and
facilitators involved in plots against the United States,” but
the majority were low-level fighters, according to a previously undisclosed
government report. How
the Sestak job offer became a big deal
Party leaders and campaign operatives — on nearly a daily basis
— approach challenger candidates seeking to disrupt the established
political order with a simple message: Get out or else.
cannons ready for G20 protests
The addition of sound cannons to the arsenal available to security forces
managing G20 protests comes as no surprise to groups planning to demonstrate
in Toronto at next month’s summit.
The Open Conspiracy Now that the agenda for global government and a centralized world
economic system is public and out in the open, the importance of the
Bilderberg Group’s annual conference rests on grooming political
candidates. The lion’s share of Bilderberg’s 2010 agenda
has already been announced by its members weeks before – it will
revolve around a potential military strike on Iran as well as the future
collapse of the euro.
Paralyzed, Dejected, Corrupt
Seven years after the US and Britain invaded Iraq the country remains
highly unstable and fragmented. So divided are parties and communities
that no government has emerged from the general election three months
ago, which was intended to be a crucial staging post in Iraq’s
return to normality.
Korean General Warns of ‘All Out War’ at Press Conference
North Korean Major General Pak Rim Su disputed the results of the international
investigation into the sinking of a South Korean warship and said “any
accidental clash that may break out in the waters of the West Sea of
Korea or in areas along the Demilitarized Zone will lead to all-out
war,” at a press conference today, according a KCNA statement.
Many Wars Waged
The “War on Drugs,” like the “War on Terror,”
ends up being an undertaking with no definable victory in sight.
No matter how vigorously the federal government prosecutes its “war”
on drugs, people will still use drugs.
Daily Kos Poll On Rand Paul Was Woefully Inaccurate A dubious new Daily Kos poll claims that
Rand Paul’s lead over Democrat opponent Jack Conway has shrunk
to just 3 points in the aftermath of the corporate media’s
baseless smear attack on the Kentucky primary winner, but a previous
Daily Kos poll conducted just a week before voting took place in
the primary said that Paul was a mere 3 points ahead of neo-con
opponent Trey Grayson, an election he ended up winning by over 23