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Fukushima Ocean Contamination: Worse Than Chernobyl
Scientists have discovered that the radioactive impact on surrounding oceans from the Fukushima nuclear disaster has already outstripped the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, meaning that the figure of nearly a million cancer deaths as a result of Chernobyl is set to be replicated over the coming decades.

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The Establishment Eliminates A Threat
The police and the prostitute media have made it impossible for Dominique Strauss-Kahn to get a fair trial.

Federally Funded NASA ‘Educates’ Children About Global Warming on ‘Climate Kids’ Web Site
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Web site network includes “Climate Kids: NASA’s Eyes on the Earth,” which use cartoons, games, and other activities to teach children about man-made global warming and climate change.

Saudi Activist Deplores Obama’s Silence on ‘Tyrannical’ Regime
In his major policy speech Thursday on the protests sweeping the Middle East, President Obama did not refer once to Saudi Arabia, arguably the Arab world’s least democratic state.

Security alert as detailed plans of new World Trade Center building are posted online
Security fears have been raised over the new World Trade Center skyscraper’s security after ‘confidential’ detailed schematics of the building were posted online.

United Airlines Ad at Ground Zero Removed

Health scare after Feds scramble to ‘contain’ museum’s 135-year-old smallpox scab
A 135-year-old smallpox scab caused a health scare after government scientists feared the skin may still be highly infectious.

Government Orders You Tube To Censor Protest Videos
In a frightening example of how the state is tightening its grip around the free Internet, it has emerged that You Tube is complying with thousands of requests from governments to censor and remove videos that show protests and other examples of citizens simply asserting their rights, while also deleting search terms by government mandate.

Medvedev appears to question Osama`s death
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Wednesday appeared to question Washington’s account of how al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden was killed by special US forces in Pakistan this month.

CIA chief’s letter confirms torture did not lead to Osama bin Laden
US consulate cars attacked in Pakistan
The Art of Propaganda Comprehension: Critical Thinking During the bin Laden Controversy

Map of Arab Rage: Imperialism in the making?
When President Obama gives his major Middle East speech on Thursday, he’s expected to announce American cash support for the revolutionary Arab states. The buzzwords are likely to be about supporting democracy. But, as Gayane Chichakyan reports, not everyone’s fight for freedom fits Washington’s plan.

Barack Obama throws full US support behind Middle East uprisings
Barack Obama has sought to realign American policy on the Middle East, pledging to shift from decades of support for autocratic regimes to backing for pro-democracy movements, and setting out the shape of an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal.

Engineers Request Permission to Speak Freely Regarding World Trade Building 7
This essay does not question whether Bin Laden and Al Qaeda attacked us on September 11, 2001, or whether Iran, Saudi Arabia or another nation-state had a hand in the attacks. It focuses solely on a peripheral issue regarding the third building which fell on that terrible day.

America 2011
What kind of place is America in 2011? Sadly, it is one giant sea of conformity. If you traveled across the United States 40 or 50 years ago, you would encounter a vast array of cultures and you would meet a wonderful mix of people.

Treasury Prepares To Plunder Another $45 Billion From Retirement Funds As It Issues $110 Billion More Debt Next Week
It has finally been made clear that in order to accommodate the debt ceiling by adding marketable debt, the Treasury has no choice but to literally plunder retirement accounts.

Toxic pesticides from GM food crops found in unborn babies
Toxic pesticides which are implanted into genetically modified food crops have lodged in the blood of pregnant women and their unborn babies, research shows.

Species loss far less severe than feared: study
The pace at which humans are driving animal and plant species toward extinction through habitat destruction is at least twice as slow as previously thought, according to a study released Wednesday.

America’s “Arab Deception”
As Adolf Hitler noted, “all propaganda has to be popular and has to accommodate itself to the comprehension of the least intelligent of those whom it seeks to reach.” Certainly the writers handing US President Barack Obama his “Middle East speech” had a particularly ignorant audience in mind.

New Details On Al Qaeda Pentagon Lunch: Defense Dept. Was “Impressed” With Terrorist’s Presentation
New details have emerged in the case of the Al Qaeda front man who was invited to a Pentagon lunch just months after the 9/11 attacks.

Big Sis and DHS Push ID Program for Travelers
Department of Homeland Security boss Janet Napolitano told a conference of travel and tourism industry leaders gathered in Las Vegas that the prospect of shoe bombing remains a threat to aviation.

EFF Demands Answers About Secret Surveillance Law Memo
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) suit against the Department of Justice (DOJ), demanding the release of a secret legal memo used to justify FBI access to Americans’ telephone records without any legal process or oversight.

China Becomes World’s Larest Gold Buyer – Buys 93.5 Tonnes Of Gold Coins / Bars in Q1 – Gold Ownership Rising From Miniscule Levels
Gold and silver are higher again today with the debt laden dollar, euro and yen all being sold. News that China has become the world’s largest buyer of gold bullion and has seen investment demand double continues to reverberate in the markets and may have contributed to this morning’s strength.

The Next Big Gold Rally Has Started
The theory was that gold prices would drop to the 150-day moving average, before rising to new highs.

Obama Praises Romney for ‘Assist’ in Passing Obamacare
S peaking to Democratic contributors near Boston Wednesday, President Barack Obama gave a tip of the hat to former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney – a potential opponent in the 2012 presidential race — for an “assist” in passing national health care reform.

Mitt Romney accuses Obama of betraying Israel

Regime Change at the IMF: The Frame-Up of Dominique Strauss-Kahn?
The arrest of IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn has all the appearances of a frame-up ordered by powerful members of the financial establishment, in liaison with France’s Nicolas Sarkozy, whose presidency has served the interests of the US at the expense of those of France and the European Union.

Dominique Strauss-Kahn bailed for $1m and ordered to face sex trial
Was Dominique Strauss-Kahn Trying to Torpedo the Dollar?

You Need To Be Watching What’s Developing In Spain Right Now
Protests have been raging in Spain since Sunday, May 15. The one we’ve been seeing pictures of is in Madrid, in the famous Puerta del Sol. But there were protests in 60 different locations on Sunday, and they’re still raging in different parts of the country.

Israeli PM Rejects Obama ’1967 Borders’ Plan
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has rejected calls from the US president for a Palestinian state based on the borders of 1967 – ahead of a highly anticipated meeting between the two leaders.

Obama’s speech a ‘historic shift’ on Israel and Palestine? No.

Nato Strikes Hit Eight Of Gaddafi’s Warships
Libyan leader Colonel Gaddafi’s war machine has suffered a significant blow after Nato strikes sank eight of his warships.

China Gives Pakistan 50 Fighter Jets
China has agreed to immediately provide 50 JF-17 fighter jets to Pakistan, a major outcome of a visit by Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani to Beijing this week, Pakistani officials said Thursday.

Veteran U.S. Diplomat: We Are Becoming the USSR
Chas Freeman was President Nixon’s interpreter during Nixon’s historic visit to China in 1972. Now, nearly 40 years later, after an impressive diplomatic and defense career, he’s interpreting China for the rest of us.

Republican senators press president on War Powers deadline
As the U.S. military campaign in Libya approaches the 60-day mark this Friday, six Republican senators wrote President Obama asking if he will comply with the War Powers Act, which says Congress must authorize action that lasts more than 60 days.

Congressional leaders agree on four-year extension of PATRIOT Act

 

 

 

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