Freitag, 24. Juli 2009

12,000 U.S. Children To Be Swine Flu Vaccine Guinea Pigs

Kids to receive untested shots which include ingredient linked to Gulf War Syndrome

Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, July 24, 2009

Around 12,000 U.S. children will be used as guinea pigs for an experimental swine flu vaccine known to contain the dangerous ingredient squalene, which has been directly linked with cases of Gulf War Syndrome and a host of other debilitating diseases.

The Wall Street Rally: Watch Your Wallets

Robert Reich, Robert Reich's Blog: "What's pushing the stock market upward? Mainly, unexpectedly positive second-quarter corporate profits. But those profits aren't being powered by consumers who have suddenly found themselves with a lot more money in their pockets."

Dude, Where's My Industrial Policy?

Dave Johnson, The Campaign for America's Future: "Increasingly people are asking about our country's plan for restoring and reinventing the economy. And that means thinking about manufacturing - the root of economic power. How will we revive American manufacturing and being back the good-paying jobs manufacturing creates?"

Facing the American World We Created

Tom Engelhardt, "We've just passed through the CIA assassination flap, already fading from the news after less than two weeks of media attention. Broken in several major newspapers, here's how the story goes: the Agency, evidently under Vice President Dick Cheney's orders, didn't inform Congress that, to assassinate al-Qaeda leaders, it was trying to develop and deploy global death squads. (Of course, just about no one is going to call them that, but the description fits.) Congress is now in high dudgeon. The CIA didn't keep that body's 'Gang of Eight' informed. A House investigation is now underway."

Inside Bush and Cheney's Final Days

Massimo Calabresi and Michael Weisskopf, Time Magazine: "Hours before they were to leave office after eight troubled years, George W. Bush and Richard B. Cheney had one final and painful piece of business to conclude. For over a month, Cheney had been pleading, cajoling, even pestering Bush to pardon the vice president's former chief of staff, I. Lewis (Scooter) Libby. Libby had been convicted nearly two years earlier of obstructing an investigation into the leak of a covert CIA officer's identity by senior White House officials. The Libby pardon, aides reported, had become something of a crusade for Cheney, who seemed prepared to push his nine-year-old relationship with Bush to the breaking point - and perhaps past it - over the fate of his former aide. 'We don't want to leave anyone on the battlefield,' Cheney argued."

You can’t print production and prosperity

Ludwig von Mises Institute
by Doug French


It’s hard to imagine that the monetary policy talk can get any nuttier, but we’ve likely only just begun. After all, despite the Federal Reserve growing its balance sheet by 140 percent and dropping rates essentially to zero, the bankruptcies just keep on coming. Ex-Fed governor Wayne Angell told Larry Kudlow’s CNBC audience, ‘monetary policy always works!’ Although Angell does stipulate that it takes time before the tromping on the monetary gas pedal will spin the economic tires and spray the prosperity gravel...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Obama utopia built on empty promises

Intellectual Conservative
by Christopher Adamo


As the ‘healthcare’ debate reaches its contrived crescendo, Barack Obama is proving to be the perfect con man. In every instance, he tells adoring crowds and media sycophants what they want to hear, often contradicting last week’s statements with this week’s damage control sound bite. And considering that his poll numbers have remained above single digits, it must be conceded that to some extent the ploy is working. Nevertheless, over time Obama’s vision for America has materialized. It is an ugly picture. Fantastic promises of lavish government provisions for every citizen (and non-citizen) eventually reveal themselves to be a well-crafted veneer overlaying bureaucratic nightmares from which no law-abiding citizen can hope to escape...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

How robot drones revolutionized the face of warfare



Barely an hour’s drive from the casinos of Las Vegas, a group of unassuming buildings have become as important as the trenches were to WWI. The big difference? Today’s warriors are fighting without getting in harm’s way, using drones to attack targets in Afghanistan and Pakistan. U.S. Air Force fighter pilot Major Morgan Andrews is one such combatant. He kisses his wife goodbye, drives to Creech, a tiny desert air force base in Nevada, and within minutes could be killing insurgents on the other side of the world...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Ron Paul: End wars to fund health care

Raw Story


House Rep. Ron Paul may be America’s most famous libertarian these days, but he’s making a surprising concession to progressives when it comes to the debate about public health care. Though the house representative from the 14th District of Texas still insists that government should get out of the healthcare trade altogether, he told CNN’s Kiran Chetry on Wednesday that “you don’t want to cut under these [economic] conditions medical care from poor people who have been dependent, or the elderly. ‘Even though I have my ideal system I would like to see, with the government out completely — because that would be a much better system — that’s not going to happen. I’m realistic’...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

The American Revolution Revisited

by Pastor Chuck Baldwin

The time has come in America where to be free necessarily means to resist status quo and federal usurpation and to actively change the course and philosophy being shoved down our throats. There really is no middle ground any more. This is not a matter of politics anymore. This is not a matter of Republican and Democrat. This is a matter of FREEDOM, as much so as were the matters of 1775 and 1776. It is staring you in the face, daring you to make a move.........

Verfassungswidrig, aber ohne Konsequenz

Obwohl die Bundesregierung mit ihrer rigiden Informationspolitik im BND-Untersuchungsausschuss gegen das Grundgesetz verstoßen hat, wird das Verfahren nicht wieder aufgerollt.

What Would Asia Do Without America?

The Record of the Federal Reserve

The FED: No Exit

The Record of the Federal Reserve

Obstructing and Manipulating


Investors, economists, and policy makers blind to the mountain of malinvestments

Liberty & Power
by Robert Higgs


During the past year, [Ben Bernanke] has taken the lead in flooding the financial system with an unprecedented amount of newly created central-bank credit — more than a trillion dollars of new Fed credit has been advanced since mid-September 2008, more than doubling the total amount outstanding. Thus, Bernanke has shown himself to be the greatest inflationist of modern times in the advanced economies. Because the commercial banks have added almost all of the newly created base money to their reserve accounts at the Fed, rather than using it to make new loans and investments, the effect on the money supply and hence on the price level has been muted so far. Bernanke clearly supposes that he has been heroically fending off the greatest threat to the world economy he can imagine — the dreaded deflation of the price level for currently produced goods and services, a phenomenon associated in his mind with the horrors of the Great Contraction of 1929-33...

Is Bernanke wise enough to exit?

TCS Daily
by Larry Kudlow


Fed head Ben Bernanke went before Congress this week with his midyear update on monetary policy and the economy. In so many words, the former Princeton economics professor is taking credit for averting the collapse of our financial system; is cautiously optimistic about economic recovery by year-end and 2 to 3 percent growth in 2010; and says he has the tools and wisdom for a carefully crafted liquidity-exit strategy that will prevent future inflation and more asset bubbles. Do we believe him? Is he credible? Or is this a triumph of hope over experience?

Bernanke must go

Cato Institute
by Mark A. Calabria


If his hearings this week before the House and Senate made one thing clear, it is that Fed chairman Ben Bernanke has lost the confidence of Congress, and likely also that of the American public. Were Bernanke’s only problem a loss of congressional confidence, he could overcome it. However, the erosion of public trust in the Fed has been the result of a long string of policy failures, which have overshadowed the few successes...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Spending Money to Make Ends Meet

School of Coups

US Lurching from One Quagmire to Another

Blackwater Seeks Gag Order

Biden: Afghan War Is 'Worth the Effort'

Birmingham planners defy government to block mobile phone mast application

Jul 24 2009 by Paul Dale, Birmingham Post

Birmingham planners have voted to defy government regulations by refusing permission for a 30ft-high mobile phone mast next to a nursery school.

City councillors were concerned about the impact on the health of children and did not believe that applicants Orange had looked for a better site.



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