Monday, September 14, 2009 18:17
Intel Center Releases Highly Suspicious Bin Laden Tape The shadowy figure of Osama Bin Laden has popped up once again
out of nowhere and right on time to re-energize the war in Afghanistan
at the most politically opportune moment for the White House, strengthening
deeply held suspicions that the terror leader has been dead for years
and is merely being artificially resurrected as a sock puppet to rescue
a failing geopolitical agenda.
Poll: Only 29% Of Americans Trust Mainstream Media
On the Eleventh Day of Every Month, activists everywhere are called
to take to the streets in the name of truth. In every town and every
city – and by any nonviolent means necessary – we will reach
out together to our fellow citizens and spread the word.
Expect a Currency Crisis or Semi-Crisis’: Jim Rogers
The worst of the economic crisis is not over and a currency crisis can
happen this year or the next year, because the problem of too much debt
in the system has not been solved, legendary investor Jim Rogers told
sun could mean cooler days
THE number of sunspots has declined dramatically in the past two years
– but scientists say it is too early to tell if it is the start
of a solar depression that could lead to cooler weather on Earth.
by the Numbers
Ask yourself: Wouldn’t the U.S. have been safer and more secure
if all the money, effort, and planning had gone towards “nation-building”
in America? Or do you really think we’re safer now.
‘Global Central Bank’ Pipe Dream
Last week, the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development
(UNCTAD) issued a report calling for sweeping changes in the international
financial and monetary order.
says FLU VACCINE will cause 60,000 deaths in France alone
Dr Marc Girard, a specialist in the side effects of drugs and a
medical expert commissioned by French courts, has said said on French
TV that the “swine flu” vaccine could cause 60,000 deaths
in France, especially among young people, children and pregnant
The current health care “debate” shows how far gone
representative government is in the United States. Members of Congress
represent the powerful interest groups that fill their campaign
coffers, not the people who vote for them.