Friday, October 9, 2009 21:56
Media Front Smears Alex Jones In Feeble Hit Piece
In a hit piece that appears in The New Republic magazine, a publication
owned by the ultra-rich Asper Bilderberg family, author Michelle Goldberg
has trouble comprehending why Alex Jones has fans on both the left and
right of the political spectrum, ascribing it not to the fact that Jones
is interested in pursuing truth over partisanship, but to the claim
that he is a "purveyor of paranoia".
Criminal Obama Deserves An Oscar, But Not A Nobel Peace Prize In a world where war criminals like Tony Blair are rewarded
and those that oppose war criminals, like the Iraqi shoe thrower Muntadhar
al-Zeidi, are imprisoned and tortured, it comes as no surprise that
another war criminal - Barack H. Obama - has been rewarded for his stoic
service to imperial bloodletting with the Nobel Peace Prize.
Nation of Snoops
Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton and other big city cops are
calling for a new system of “citizen watch” programs, allegedly
to help them spot hidden terrorists.
apply for 90 factory jobs
In the latest sign of weakness in Louisville-area employment, about
10,000 people applied over three days for 90 jobs building washing machines
at General Electric for about $27,000 per year and hefty benefits.
missiles get closer to Russia’s borders?
The US could station parts of its new missile defense system in Ukraine.
US Assistant Secretary of Defense Alexander Vershbow outlined the plan
in the Defense News journal.
Iran Dares To Say It Will Defend Itself If Attacked
An aide to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei vowed
that if the Islamic republic is attacked by the US or by Israel, Teheran
would “blow up the heart” of the Jewish state, Reuters cited
a report by the official Iranian news agency on Friday.
2014, All Of Your Clothes Will Be Tagged With RFID Microchips
You’ve probably already bought clothing with computer chips in
it. You know those big white tags that you’re supposed to cut
out of the garment once you’ve bought it? Hold one up to the light
– if you see a very obvious pattern in it like the one above,
then it’s got an RFID tag in it.
Given H1N1 Quarantine Powers By Federal Government
The next time you take a flight to or from the U.S. you won’t
just be subject to full body scans, fingerprint analysis and retinal
probes, you may have your temperature taken and could even be quarantined
under new powers granted to airports to deal with the H1N1 “pandemic”.
Value Now On U.S. Customs Form
When I printed out the label, I noticed that in the upper right
hand corner, it had Insured Amount (US $) and SDR Value. The insured
amount was US$10.00 and the equivalent SDR Value was $6.25.