War on Milk – GM Dairy and Cancer Links
There have been many studies have shown a definite link between increased
IGF-1 levels and breast, colon, and prostate cancer. Herbert Yu and
Thomas Rohan addressed this in their study “Role of the Insulin-like
Growth Factor Family in Cancer Development and Progression.”
Criminal Behavior a Prerequisite to Get a Job With the TSA?
Why doesn't Janet Napolitano's TSA just start using prison inmates to
conduct grope downs and naked porno scans of people traveling through
US airports? It would save a lot of time and money, and it wouldn't
be a departure from the fact that TSA workers have worked hard to maintain
their reputation as thieves, perverts and criminals.
killed in Afghanistan anti-US rally
At least ten Afghan protesters have been killed and fifty others wounded
during an anti-US rally in northern Afghanistan following the killings
of four Afghan civilians by the US-led forces.
Peer Reviewed Study Proves Sun’s Correlation to Climate With the new results just published in the recognised
journal Geophysical Research Letters, scientists have succeeded for
the first time in directly observing that the electrically charged particles
coming from space and hitting the atmosphere at high speed contribute
to creating the aerosols that are the prerequisites for cloud formation.
Strauss Kahn Frame-Up: The Amerikan Police State Strides Forward
President Bill Clinton survived his sexual escapades, because he
was a servant to the system, not a threat. But Strauss-Kahn, like
former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, was a threat to the system,
and, like Eliot Spitzer, Strass-Kahn has been deleted from the power
Journalists: Press Treats Obama Like a Monarch
“If you watch an Obama news conference, and watched a Bush
news conference previous to that, where correspondents sit in their
seats with their hands folded on their laps, [it's] as if they are
in the room with a monarch and they have to wait to be recognized
by the president,” says Sid Davis.
Target U.S. Troops in Chinese Military ‘Shooter’
There’s one key difference between the American and Chinese
“shooters.” Where the bad guys in America’s Army
are generic Middle Eastern or Central Asian insurgents and terrorists,
the enemy in Glorious Mission is apparently the U.S. military. A
TV report offers glimpses of an American-made Apache gunship crashing
Becoming Pervasive INSIDE America
Unmanned aircraft have proved their usefulness and reliability in
the war zones of Afghanistan and Iraq. Now the pressure’s
on to allow them in the skies over the United States.
Fukushima reactors a raging radioactive inferno
There are signs that two further reactors at Japan’s troubled
Fukushima plant may have gone into meltdown. Similar problems were
earlier confirmed at the number one reactor. Its operators are suspected
of failing to properly cool them after the earthquake. RT gets some
insight on this from Professor Christopher Busby, who’s from
the European Committee on Radiation Risks.
Fueling Unrest in Thailand
Thailand’s opposition party is led by long-time globalist
conspirator Thaksin Shinwatra, a former adviser to the Carlyle Group,
who was literally standing in front of the CFR in NYC on the eve
of his ousting from power in 2006.