Wednesday, October 20, 2010 18:26 Violent
Anarchists Help French Authorities Crush Pension Protests Violent anarchists in France who have spent the last week pointlessly
smashing shop windows and setting fire to cars have "shot the protest
movement in the foot" by demonizing legitimate union demonstrators
and allowing the government to crackdown with paramilitary forces, according
to a leading French labor expert.
Magazine: Prospect Of Civil War In U.S. "Doesn't Seem That Far
With protesters in France entering a seventh day of strikes and demonstrations
against draconian austerity measures, many political observers in the
U.S. are now wondering how long it will be before similar scenes unfold
on American streets, with even Time Magazine now conceding that the
prospect of a civil war in the States "doesn't seem that far fetched".
‘was warned about bomber of Afghan base’
A CIA officer was warned that the Jordanian double-agent who blew himself
up at a US base in Afghanistan, killing seven Americans, might have
been working for al-Qaeda, yet did not tell his bosses.
Traficant Can Win In Ohio
Jim Traficant’s 2010 congressional race is arguably the nation’s
most important election, and that is why “they” totally
ignore it—to make sure the American people, especially the good
folks in Ohio’s 17th district in Youngstown, don’t even
know “Big Jim” is running.
Global Warming Scam Hit by More Scandal
For the scientifically adept and honest people global warming is
a huge embarrassment. Not only have the main base perpetrators been
caught but also the institutions that house their activities have
gone deep into the coverup.
microchips linked to causing cancer
Many veterinarians recommend them, and most animal shelters require
them. Identification microchips injected into the necks of cats
and dogs are touted as useful in recovering lost pets because the
devices store owner and medical information. But are they safe?
Students to Carry Guns on College Campuses?
Texas legislators plan to push a law that would permit college students
to carry concealed weapons on campus, citing the Virginia Tech incident
in 2007 when a disturbed young Asian man shot and killed 32 unarmed
fellow students in one morning before committing suicide.