Last Updated: Thursday, September 17, 2009 20:02 GMT
Police and Military Train To Intern Swine Flu Vaccine Refusniks
Law enforcement and military personnel are training to set up checkpoints in order to catch people who refuse to take the swine flu vaccination according to whistle blowers, while health authorities are laying the groundwork for a mass vaccination campaign by warning that serious and potentially deadly health problems will be blamed on the H1N1 vaccine.

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Dollar May Fall Further After Reaching Lowest in Almost a Year
The dollar may extend its decline after sliding to the weakest level versus the euro in almost a year as an increase in America’s industrial output encouraged investors to shift funds to higher-yielding assets.

Post-bubble malaise
Ron Paul Q&A: Audit the Fed, Then End It

Obama, G-20 Will Pledge to Keep Stimulus, Froman Says
President Barack Obama and other Group of 20 leaders next week will pledge to keep economic stimulus policies in place until a recovery is certain, the White House’s G-20 liaison said.

Police without ID escape with ’slap on the wrist’
Scotland Yard chiefs were told today it is extraordinary officers caught policing protests without identification badges escape with a “slap on the wrist”.

Swine flu death rate similar to seasonal flu: expert
The death rate from the pandemic H1N1 swine flu is likely lower than earlier estimates, an expert in infectious diseases said on Wednesday.

Houston Cops Handcuff, Assault Man For Posting Obama Joker Flyers
A Houston man was handcuffed and assaulted by cops for posting anti-Obama flyers around his town, actions described as "criminal vandalism" by police and some local residents, despite the fact that giant pro-Obama murals are openly displayed in the same neighborhood for all to see.

Losing the Moral High Ground
The September 11, 2001 attacks galvanized the United States, especially the United States Army. We were attacked and young people across this nation answered the call to arms.

Is Bagram Obama’s New Secret Prison?
On Monday, one day after the New York Times and the Washington Post reported that the Obama administration was planning to introduce tribunals for the prisoners held in the US prison at Bagram airbase, Afghanistan, the reason for the specifically-timed leaks that led to the publication of the stories became clear.

Credit Default Swaps Are STILL Dangerous
I have repeatedly argued that “naked” over-the-counter credit default swaps (CDS) should be banned.

Gold at $1,000 Spurs Sales of Old Jewelry as Scrap Rises 22%

Politico yanks video of Obama calling Kanye West a jackass
Politico’s Ben Smith briefly posted video of President Barack Obama calling Kanye West a “jackass.”

A Privacy Report Card for Obama
This talk was given to the National Press Club on September 9, 2009.

Expecting flu assistance, native reserves get body bags from Ottawa
They asked for help and got body bags.

Pentagon Targets UK and France With Psyops Websites
U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) has finalised a $10m agreement with a large globalist defense contractor to operate a network of psychological operations websites, with Britain and France named as "targeted regions".

“Truther” came out of the CIA Handbook on Psychological Guerrilla Warfare

Soldier Claims Authorities Training To Intern Americans Who Refuse Swine Flu Shot
A soldier claims she has trained with California police to set-up checkpoints and force vaccinations on the public.

Medvedev Wants To Meet U.S. Dissidents
The Kremlin fumed when U.S. President Barack Obama included a meeting with Russian opposition leaders on his Moscow itinerary back in July.

Intelligence Agencies Say No New Nukes in Iran
The U.S. intelligence community is reporting to the White House that Iran has not restarted its nuclear-weapons development program, two counterproliferation officials tell NEWSWEEK. U.S. agencies had previously said that Tehran halted the program in 2003.

Arrested in O.C.? A DNA sample could buy freedom
Guilty or not, people arrested can avoid the hassle of court if they give their DNA sample to the district attorney. The program raises privacy and equity concerns among legal scholars.

Israel ‘will attack Iran this year’ if West does not cripple Tehran with sanctions
Israel will attack Iran’s nuclear facilities before the end of the year if the West has not launched an attempt to destroy the regime with crippling sanctions, a former senior defence official has claimed.

“Road police blood tests are an active rape”
The pilot program that is happening in Idaho and Taxes to take blood forcibly from individuals unwilling to blow a breathalyzer is aimed at prosecuting more people, says Georgetown University professor Andrew Einhorn.

Dem Senator Warns of ‘Big, Big Tax’ on Middle Class in Baucus Bill
It’s not every day that you hear a Democratic senator charge that a fellow Democrat is proposing to raise taxes on the middle class, but that is what happened on Tuesday when Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., ripped into the health-care bill developed by Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mt., the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee.

Congressman Grayson: Fed Secretly “Stuffed” $500 Billion into “Foreign Private Pockets” and Gave $230 Billion to Citi “As a Secret Bailout”
Congressman Alan Grayson gave an interview to Wall Street Cheat Sheet’s Damien Hoffman, which includes the following bombshells.

China could undermine US military power in Pacific: Gates
China’s increasingly advanced weaponry could undermine US military power in the Pacific, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said on Wednesday.

Six Italian soldiers ‘killed in Kabul attack’
Six Italian soldiers were killed and another three wounded in a suicide bomb attack on Thursday in the Afghan capital Kabul, the defence ministry said.

US to scrap plans for missile shield in Europe: report
The United States is to shelve plans for a missile-defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic, the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, cheering Russia but triggering concern in Central European capitals.

Exposure to low levels of lead in drinking water and toys is harming development of children
Exposure to low levels of lead could be harming the development of British schoolchildren, researchers warned today.

Another Phony Bin Laden Tape

Holdren's Eugenicist Nightmare

CIA Involvement In Iran 

Nazi Roots Of The European Union

North Korea Nuclear Circus

Police State UK

Neo-Con Attack On Jesse Ventura


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