Last Updated: Sunday, October 26, 2008 13:32 GMT
Fearing Global Recession, C.Banks Poised to Act
Central banks are likely to launch new coordinated emergency action this week to calm the panic sweeping financial markets, which could be rocked further by data pointing to global recession.

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Companies start competing for bailout money
The bailout is now the hottest lobbying game in town. Insurers, automakers and American subsidiaries of foreign banks all want the Treasury Department to cut them a piece of the largest government rescue in U.S. history.

Even the New York Times Calls Paulson a Liar
Meet the World’s New Reserve Currency: The Chinese Yuan
Private Coinage
Global Recession Fears Drive Sell-Off
Motorists’ fury as fuel giants Shell and BP make £4m profit every HOUR

Pesticides Make Farmers Literally Depressed
Pesticides are poison. They are used to kill living creatures. In order to kill those living creatures, humans apply the pesticides. We also eat what`s left of them.

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Paulson’s Parallel Universe
In the real world, strong banks that made good decisions should thrive and weak banks which made dumb investments and lending decision should fail.

Asia Backs Sarkozy Push for Bretton Woods II
BBC tells reporters: Don’t mention the ‘R-word’
Upping the Stimulus Dosage
Giant Companies are Using YOUR Money to Buy Competitors
Down for the Count
‘Worst financial crisis in human history’: Bank boss’s warning as pound suffers biggest fall for 37 years
Gold rises first day in four on belief it was oversold
Around the World, the Signs Of Slowdown Spiral Outward
Dollar and Yen Soar as Other Currencies Fall and Stocks Slip

Many pesticides in EU may damage human brain: study
Many pesticides used in the European Union may damage brain growth in fetuses and young children, according to a study published on Friday.

Half A Million March In Taiwan Against China, President
Close to half a million people marched in Taiwan on Saturday to protest against the government’s growing ties with China, where a tainted milk powder scandal has fueled fresh distrust toward Beijing among island citizens.

U.S. considers sending special ops to Afghanistan
Despite recent setbacks, a large-scale influx of conventional forces is unlikely because of troop commitments in Iraq. But special operations forces could narrowly target the most violent insurgent bands.

Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby Poll: Obama 49.4%, McCain 44.1%
Republican John McCain continues to gain on Democrat Barack Obama, reducing Obama’s lead to 5.3 points with just over a week to go before Election Day, the latest Reuters/C–SPAN/Zogby national daily tracking poll shows.

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Republicans fear a Barack Obama victory would turn America sharp left
If Barack Obama wins the American presidential election in nine days’ time, it will be because he has beaten the Republicans at their own game, according to Karl Rove, the noted “architect” of President George W Bush’s two victories.

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Nicolas Sarkozy under attack after EU president proposal
Nicolas Sarkozy has been accused of making a power grab to install himself as president of the European Union, a post that no longer exists after the Irish rejected the Lisbon Treaty in June.

Rafsanjani: US nuked Iraq in 1991
A senior Iranian cleric has urged an inquiry into a report that the US dropped a small nuclear bomb on an area near the Iraq-Iran border.

US air force to establish new command for nuclear forces

United States Ranked 36th In The World For Press Freedom
The United States is ranked 36th in the world in terms of press freedom, up from 48th last year, according to a report released Wednesday by Reporters Sans Frontieres.

Full-body airport scanner “nonsense?”
Germany will not participate in EU proposals for airports to use full-body scanner security checks, which have raised privacy issues, its interior ministry said Friday.

‘John McCain was never tortured in my jail’, says Tran Trong Duyet
Tran Trong Duyet, the former prison director who now surrounds himself with caged birds in a house in Hai Phong, first met Mr McCain a year after he had been shot down. He recalls a defiant rule-breaker, the patriotic son of an admiral and a fervent believer in the war. What he does not recall, however, is a victim of torture or violence.

Obama lead on McCain slips to 9 points
Venezuela’s Chavez calls Palin a confused beauty queen

Paul Watson on the Alex Jones Show: The Gold Rush & The Economy

Paul Joseph Watson: Internet Censorship a Growing Cancer

Steve Watson: British Kids Encouraged To Become "Climate Cops"

Steve Watson: Terror Stopped For Putting My Hand in My Pocket


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