Thursday, November 6, 2008 18:43
Treasury Candidates: Old Guard Of The Corporate Elite All of the leading candidates for the position of Treasury Secretary
under president elect Barack Obama directly represent the old guard
of the corporate elite system that has used the American economy as
it’s engine to drive their march toward a global empire for decades.
Shunned Me For Denying Climate Change
For more than 10 years he has been out of the limelight, shunned by
bosses at the BBC where he made his name, as well as fellow scientists
and environmentalists. His crime? Bellamy says he doesn’t believe
in man-made global warming.
First Appointment Is Son Of Zionist Terrorist President elect Barack Obama's first appointment,
Rahm Emanuel, who is set to become chief-of-staff, is the son of a member
of the Zionist terrorist group Irgun, which was responsible for bombing
hotels, marketplaces as well as the infamous Deir Yassin massacre, in
which hundreds of Palestinian villagers were slaughtered.
air raid blamed in Afghan civilian deaths U.S.-led troops have killed at least
seven civilians in an air strike in northwestern Afghanistan, officials
said Thursday, a day after the president said warplanes had killed 40
civilians in the south.
bomb blasts kill five
A string of morning rush hour bombings in central Baghdad on Thursday
killed at least five people and wounded 17 in the latest wave of violence
to hit the Iraqi capital, police said.
News Angrily Smears Nader For Daring To Criticize Obama A Fox News host and his panel angrily proclaimed that Ralph Nader's
career was finished after the Independent Party candidate dared to criticize
Barack Obama's record of toadying up to corporate interests, as top
liberal websites applauded Fox News for their aggressive defense of
the president elect.
Fears Transitional Terror Attack
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said Wednesday that the United
States is vulnerable to attack or other incidents during the presidential
transition period and that the military is ready to respond.
may return to Kremlin in ‘09: report
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev could resign from his post in 2009
to pave the way for Vladimir Putin to return to the Kremlin, Vedomosti
newspaper reported on Thursday, citing an unidentified source close
to the Kremlin.