Wednesday, October 14, 2009 19:02
Pharma Reaps Billions From Swine Flu Fearmongering
Michael Hilton, the leader of American Police Force, the paramilitary
organization that recently terminated a deal with local authorities
in Hardin Montana to take over a detention camp in the town, has failed
to co-operate with the Montana Attorney General's demand that the company
turn over financial record pertaining to the deal, opening up the possibility
that Hilton could be arrested for contempt.
Flu Shot Propaganda Goes Into Overdrive
The establishment's propaganda drive to convince everyone to take the
swine flu shot has gone into overdrive, surpassing any previous effort
in the domain of public health and stoking suspicions about the motivations
of pharmaceutical giants, especially in light of the fact that the H1N1
virus is far less deadly than the regular seasonal flu. Attorney General Drops
Investigation Into APF
Montana’s Attorney General dropped his investigation in to California-based
security company American Police Force Tuesday.
Your Global Police?
When last we checked in with Ronald K. Noble, he was enjoying a lucrative
career as a reward for helping cover up a crime against humanity in
which he was deeply implicated.
tops Bush in troop buildup
The combined US troop deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan have now
reached a higher level than existed at any time under the presidency
of George W. Bush. This surge past the record set by its predecessor
marks another grim milestone in the Obama administration’s
escalation of American militarism.
aid ‘no threat to Pakistan sovereignty’
The US has denied that Washington’s giant aid package will
impose certain ‘conditions’ on Pakistan, following charges
that the lucrative bill violates the country’s sovereignty.
US and NATO commander General Stanley A. McChrystal is demanding
a massive expansion of “counterinsurgency” operations
in Afghanistan that, according to classified documents, would require
500,000 troops over the next five years.
open letter to Justice Edward Lehner on denying 9/11 justice
Justice Lehner of the New York State Supreme Court: When did the
call come to decide against this ballot initiative, or was it simply
your own thought to rubberstamp Referee Louis Crespo’s recommendation
that the decision to establish a local commission to investigate
the events of September 11, 2001, not be put before the voters?
Saving Face in Afghanistan
This past week there has been a lot of discussion and debate on
the continuing war in Afghanistan. Lasting twice as long as World
War II and with no end in sight, the war in Afghanistan has been
one of the longest conflicts in which our country has ever been