Wednesday, October 28, 2009 18:34
China Will Lead New World Order
Billionaire globalist George Soros told the Financial Times during an
interview that China will supplant the United States as the leader of
the new world order and that America should not resist the country's
decline as the dollar weakens, living standards drop, and a new global
currency is introduced.
blast toll continues to rise
A powerful blast has ripped through a crowded market in Pakistan’s
northwest city of Peshawar, killing at least 80 people amid fears of
rising death toll.
Fund Global-warming Protests as Earth Cools
All across the world, collections of global-warming protestors financed
by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund gathered on October 24 to call for
forceful “climate change” action at the United Nations summit
in Copenhagen, Denmark, this December.
Times: Afghan Opium Kingpin On CIA Payroll
A bombshell article in today's edition of the New York Times lifts the
lid on how the brother of Afghan President Hamid Karzai, a suspected
kingpin of the country's booming opium trade, has been on the CIA payroll
for the past eight years. However, the article serves as little more
than a whitewash because it fails to address the fact that one of the
primary reasons behind the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan was the agenda
to reinstate the Golden Crescent drug trade.
‘extremist’ sheet included BAE mole
The increasingly grumpy argument regarding who is allowed to photograph
and keep files on whom in this sceptred isle – and who is then
allowed to see such files – took a new twist today.
Researcher Drops A Bombshell
Dr. Diane Harper, lead researcher in the development of two human papilloma
virus vaccines, Gardasil and Cervarix, said the controversial drugs
will do little to reduce cervical cancer rates and, even though they’re
being recommended for girls as young as nine, there have been no efficacy
trials in children under the age of 15.
Of Women Buying Handguns Increasing
Local gun shop owners say they’re seeing an increase in the
number of women shoppers right now. The reasons, they say, are many,
including the downturn in the economy.
Of Torture Can Make Innocent Seem Guilty
The rationale behind torture is that pain will make the guilty confess,
but a new study by researchers at Harvard University finds that
the pain of torture can make even the innocent seem guilty.