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Details Plans For Global Biometric Facial Scan Database Global security authorities are to push for
a huge biometric facial scan database of international travelers so
they can cross-check everyone against a database of terror suspects,
international criminals and fugitives.
U.S. Navy Warship On Fire In Persian Gulf A U.S. Navy warship stationed in the Persian Gulf has reportedly
caught fire, with officials not ruling out that a “blast”
was the cause of the blaze. Fears of a Gulf of Tonkin style provocation
to grease the skids for an invasion of Iran have repeatedly surfaced
in the media.
May Be Doing Your Thinking The world's biggest leisure activity is watching
television. Not walking or reading, not playing games with our children,
not engaging with others in outdoor activities. Most of us like to think
that television has absolutely no effect on how we think or what we
pilot was ordered to shoot down UFO
Two U.S. fighter planes were scrambled and ordered to shoot down an
unidentified flying object (UFO) over the English countryside during
the Cold War, according to secret files made public on Monday.
says: Regulate the internet As unemployment looks set to soar in the months
ahead, quangocrat and soon to be outgoing head of Ofcom Lord David Currie
appears to have discovered a cunning plan to find jobs for tens of thousands.
Suggest China Faked Spacewalk Footage
CCTV ran a live broadcast of the Shenzhou VII spacecraft launch to mark
the second phase of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s Project
921 at the end of September. This video footage, however, contains many
unexplainable physical phenomena.
Trials: Big Pharma’s Crimes Against Humanity After World War Two, scores of suspected Nazi war criminals
were prosecuted by the Allies in the Palace of Justice in the city of
Nuremberg, the birth-place of the Nazi Party. The defendants were drawn
not just from the military, but also from medical, judicial, administrative,
industrial, and other sectors of the German war machine.