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Amero Agenda Admitted On CNBC

April 25, 2007
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Chertoff in Washington Post admits 9/11 truth has gone mainstream

April 25, 2007
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Michael Chertoff: “Since Sept. 11, a conspiracy-minded fringe has claimed that American officials plotted the destruction. But when scholars such as Zbigniew Brzezinski accuse our leaders of falsely depicting or hyping a “war on terror” to promote a “culture of fear,” it’s clear that historical revisionism has gone mainstream.”


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The War Goes Ever On

April 25, 2007
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Is the Iraq war to become a permanent feature?

The war persists despite the opposition of a majority of Americans and Iraqis.

The war persists despite warnings from US generals that the stress is breaking the US Army.

The war persists despite its enormous cost in red ink and dependence on foreign loans.

The war persists despite its total failure.

The war persists despite the known fact that it was based on Bush administration lies and deception.


Posted in Iraq

Iran four years from atomic bomb, say experts

April 25, 2007
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Iran’s nuclear programme is facing such severe technical difficulties that it could take four years to produce enough weapons-grade uranium for one bomb and eight years to deploy an operational nuclear weapon, experts say.

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s announcement on April 9 that uranium enrichment on an “industrial scale” had begun was “misleading” and the time-scale for success is likely to be longer than early estimates suggested.


Posted in Iran, Nukes

John Pilger – Flying The Flag, Arming The World

April 25, 2007
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John Pilger and David Munro look behind the political rhetoric and discover the world of international arms dealing. Won a Bronze Apple in the category of ‘Domestic and International Concerns’, National Educational Film & Video Festival, Oakland, California, 1995; Certificate of Honourable Mention in the ‘International Relations’ category, The Chris Awards (Columbus International Film Festival), Worthington, Ohio, 1995.

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Torboto, the robot that tortures people

April 25, 2007
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Torboto is the government’s new secret weapon on terror.

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Posted in Iraq, Torture, Videos

Anti-mast campaigners showcase Coleshill cancers

April 25, 2007
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THOSE WHO ardently believe that mobile phone masts are linked to a high incidence of cancer appear to have found a showcase in Coleshill, Warwickshire.

According to a report in The Sunday Times, Margaret Hines-Randle and 30 of her neighbours in Coleshill are either suffering with cancer or have already died from it.

Residents collated data on their illnesses and sent it to Dr John Walker, a member of the Electromagnetic Radiation Research Trust who studies instances of cancer around mobile phone masts.

He told the paper, “The masts typically throw out microwaves in three directions, and where the beams hit the ground is where you will usually find the cluster of cancers or disease.”

In a single street – Castle Drive, and part of adjacent roads – 31 cases of cancer were found (including Hines-Randle). That’s equivalent to one in every second person living in the immediate area.


Children under three ‘should not watch TV’

April 25, 2007
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Children under three should see no television and it should be severely rationed for older youngsters, an expert told MPs yesterday. Parents should restrict them to a recommended daily allowance, said Dr Aric Sigman.

He believes too much watching increases the risk of health and learning problems and said the Government must take action.

He also believes there should be no sets in children’s bedrooms and new mothers should be warned of the possible effects of too much television.

Studies have shown that excessive TV watching is linked to difficulty in sleeping, behavioural problems and increased obesity in children.


Posted in Health, TV

ABC News: VT Killer ‘Purchased Ammo’ on Ebay… But Ebay Doesn’t SELL Ammunition!

April 25, 2007
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ABC News tries its hand at sensationalism with a story on the VT killer buying “ammo” on the auction site Ebay, but muffs it badly getting all the relevant facts wrong. But it sure is a good headline.

Problem is, Ebay doesn’t sell ammunition… it doesn’t even sell guns. What the VT killer bought were clips (magazines), not “ammo”– if it was even him .

Will ABC News correct itself? Will ABC News admit it was not only misinformed on an easily checked issue, but acted with tabloid journalism to boot?


Posted in USA, VT Shooting

McAfee: RFID chips exposing users to danger

April 25, 2007
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The current generation of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology is vulnerable to eavesdropping, cloning and forging.

That’s according to an April security trends report from security software vendor McAfee Inc. The Sage report is issued semiannually by McAfee Avert Labs based on its research into high-tech threats.

The report warns that as RFID technology becomes more pervasive, the risk for users increases dramatically. The study notes that the technology is increasingly embedded in clothing, food and health care products and that some companies are even embedding RFID chips into the bodies of employees. Some states have already passed laws to prohibit forced implantation of the chips.

The report found that the rapid spread of RFID technology is making it very attractive to hackers, who can clone chips and steal authentication information to gain access to a users’ personal information. Some researchers have warned that a virus placed on an RFID chip can infect other networked chips, and ultimately assault vulnerable databases.

Government agencies and large retail firms are playing a key role in the spread of the technology — and adding to the growing list of vulnerabilities, the report said.


British Supermarket Bans Aspartame

April 25, 2007
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Artificial colours and flavours including the controversial sweetener aspartame are being banned by Sainsbury’s.

Other supermarkets and manufacturers are expected to bring in similar bans following studies linking the additives to allergies and hyperactivity.

Sainsbury’s is replacing aspartame with sucralose, a low-calorie sweetener made from sugar. It is also removing the widely-used artificial colouring E150d from its cola drinks. E150d also appears in beer and bread.

The chemicals will generally be replaced by natural colours and fruit and vegetable extracts, while flavourings will be from named fruits and other natural sources.


Posted in Aspartame, Health

Potentially Habitable Planet Found

April 25, 2007
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For the first time astronomers have discovered a planet outside our solar system that is potentially habitable, with Earth-like temperatures, a find researchers described Tuesday as a big step in the search for “life in the universe.”

The planet is just the right size, might have water in liquid form, and in galactic terms is relatively nearby at 120 trillion miles away. But the star it closely orbits, known as a “red dwarf,” is much smaller, dimmer and cooler than our sun.


Posted in Space

Wolfowitz Asked To Resign From World Bank

April 25, 2007
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An agency that oversees the World Bank is asking for the resignation of the bank’s president, former deputy U.S. Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz.

In a document obtained by the Financial Times, the Independent Evaluation Group asked for Wolfowitz’s immediate resignation, saying a continuation of his leadership will lead to “irreparable harm to worldwide efforts in poverty reduction and sustainable development.”

The pressure for Wolfowitz to resign mounted last week, when 42 of the bank’s senior former executives published an open letter urging his removal.

“There is only one way for Mr. Wolfowitz to further the mission of the bank: he must resign,” the letter said.


Posted in World Bank

Letterman’s Updated Top 10 Bush Moments

April 25, 2007
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David Letterman joined the WH Correspondent’s Dinner Saturday night via satellite to deliver an updated version if his ‘Top 10 George W. Bush moments.’

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The Truth And Private Jessica Lynch

April 25, 2007
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7 minute clip of Private Lynch

“The American people are capable of determining their own heroes…and the don’t need to be told elaborate lies…The truth of war is not always easy. The truth is always more heroic than the hype.”


Posted in Iraq, Jessica Lynch

Fascist America, in 10 easy steps

April 25, 2007
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From Hitler to Pinochet and beyond, history shows there are certain steps that any would-be dictator must take to destroy constitutional freedoms. And George Bush and his administration seem to be taking them all.


Posted in Fascism, USA

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