Monday, October 5, 2009 17:43
Explodes As Childhood Vaccines Increase
Cases of autism amongst children have doubled since 2003 according to
a government survey out today, highlighting once again the direct link
between vaccines containing mercury and the brain disorder, as millions
more parents give the green light for their kids to be injected with
the thimerosal-containing H1N1 shot over the coming weeks.
doubt on US’s Iran plant claim
An Iranian assertion that construction on its second uranium-enrichment
facility began only last year and further analysis of satellite photos
of the site have cast fresh doubts on the Barack Obama administration’s
charge that the construction of the plant near the holy city of Qom
involved a covert decision to violate Iran’s obligations to report
immediately to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on any
decision to build a new facility.
York City to Establish Surveillance Network in Midtown
A network of private and public surveillance cameras, license plate
readers and weapons sensors already established in Lower Manhattan as
an electronic bulwark against terrorist attacks will soon expand to
a large patch of Midtown Manhattan.
Changes Name, Logo & Website To "Diffuse Tension"
In response to growing criticism and suspicion, American Police Force
has changed its name, changed its logo and altered several areas of
its website in an attempt to "diffuse tension" surrounding
the private paramilitary organization that wants to take over law enforcement
duties while bossing a $27 million dollar detention facility in Hardin,
President Barack Obama has stated that he has a low threshold for
“success” in Afghanistan. He wants an Afghanistan that
can no longer serve as a base for any terrorist group that would
be able to attack the United States.
Government Launches Swine Flu Vaccine Campaign
Doctors, nurses and other health-care workers in Indiana and Tennessee
will receive the first doses of swine flu vaccine Monday as the
federal government launches the most ambitious vaccination campaign
in U.S. history.
tell Glenn Beck to retract endorsement
Glenn Beck, the Fox News commentator, was forced to withdraw an
endorsement for the British rock band Muse after they complained
that he misrepresented their political beliefs.