Monday, November 2, 2009 18:54
Appoints Task Force To Handle H1N1 Vaccine Propaganda
The U.S. government has appointed what the media is ludicrously billing
as an "independent" group of health advisors whose job it
will be to whitewash adverse reactions to the swine flu vaccine and
"explain" them to the public as mere coincidence.
declared Afghan vote winner
Election organisers on Monday declared Hamid Karzai Afghan president
for a second term, cancelling a one-man presidential run-off following
a diplomatic push led by UN chief Ban Ki-moon.
More Children Injected Against Parents' Wishes
When does yet another "mistake" become a flagrant official
disregard for parental rights? Another three children have been injected
with the swine flu vaccine against their parents' wishes as schools
institute mass inoculation programs with little concern about consent.
Gas Knocks Out CO2
In the face of ever mounting evidence that CO2 is incapable of causing
the level of global devastation prophesied by climate change catastrophists
a new villain is being sought.
Paul 2012 Web Template Released
Joomla Developers Network releases Joomla web template based on Alex
Jones draft for Republican Congressman Ron Paul to run for the Presidency
Today, in the land we like to think of as the most free on earth, government
reaches into every level of our lives. It controls and it coerces, it
bullies and it brags, it browbeats and it blusters.
Paul tweaks Michael Moore on capitalism
Speaking to veteran CNN interviewer Larry King on Sunday, Texas
Republican Congressman Ron Paul argued that he is just as upset
with America’s economic system as activist filmmaker Michael
Moore — except the longtime doctor does not believe the illness
is purely based on capitalism.
suspects want to stay, say officials
As President Barack Obama’s deadline to close Guantánamo
looms, some occupants of the notorious detention centre would rather
prolong their stay than be sent to maximum security prisons on the
US mainland, according to camp officials.
pleas for help as flu epidemic spreads
Ukrainian President Victor Yushchenko has called on the international
community to help the country combat the swine flu epidemic which
hit the country last week. Kiev is taking emergency measures to
stop the outbreak.
flight’ plane spotted in Birmingham
An American plane named in an inquiry by the European parliament
into alleged CIA torture flights landed at Birmingham airport last
month and was met by British special forces helicopters.
files for 5th largest U.S. bankruptcy
CIT Group Inc., one of the nation’s leading funders of small
and medium-sized businesses, filed for the fifth largest bankruptcy
by assets in U.S. history Sunday as part of a reorganization plan
that has the support of an overwhelming majority of debtholders.
Republican Leader: ‘Political Rebellion’ Going on in
“We are in the middle, I think, of a political rebellion going
on in America and this rebellion are by people who really have not
been actively involved in the political process and they don’t
really care whether you’re a Democrat or a Republican they
want to see people who are going to stand up and protect the future
for our kids and grandkids.”
is hard’: Obama one year on from election
The tale of the turbulent year since Barack Obama’s historic
election win is told by his evolving political theme: once he promised
“Change We Can Believe In” and now he warns that “change
Another Phony Bin Laden Tape
Holdren's Eugenicist Nightmare
CIA Involvement In Iran
Nazi Roots Of The European Union
North Korea Nuclear Circus
Police State UK
Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura
July 13 - Gregory
Seabrooke - $100
June 24 - David Kwon - $50
June 11 - Peter Keeley - $10
June 11 - James Gathings - $10
May 25 - Stefan Lisander - $200
May 15 - Barry John Bennett - $15