Donnerstag, 17. September 2009

Police and Military Train To Intern Swine Flu Vaccine Refusniks

While health authorities create plausible deniability by acknowledging millions of deadly health problems will be blamed on the vaccine in the aftermath of mass immunization programs

Paul Joseph Watson
Thursday, September 17, 2009

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.

Another Lawsuit Targets Founder of Blackwater

The latest case accuses Blackwater founder Erik Prince of personally directing murders from a 24-hour remote monitoring "war room" at the private military company's Moyock, N.C., headquarters.

From Information Clearing House

McChrystal Wants Up to 40,000 More Troops in Afghanistan

Gen. Stanley McChrystal, the top U.S. commander in Afghanistan, is privately requesting between 30,000 and 40,000 more troops, a request that has produced "sticker shock" and "huge resistance" among key lawmakers, sources told FOX News.,2933,551120,00.html

From Information Clearing House

Post-Bubble Malaise

By Mike Whitney

The question is, how long can the Obama administration write checks on an account that's overdrawn by $11 trillion.


It's A Cover Up, Not A Recovery

"We Are In The Early Stages Of A Revolution"


Gerald Celente - the most trusted name in trends - sits down for an exclusive interview with RT's Anastasia Churkina to talk about what the future holds for America during and after the Great Recession, gives advice to Obama, and forecasts the unexpected.


Who Really Crashed the Economy?:

The Wall Street corporations funding the front organizations that orchestrate these and other diversions hope we will forget that America's number one problem is Wall Street-and the overpaid Wall Street casino gamblers who destroyed our economy in a reckless test of the theory that markets can self-regulate and that the unrestrained pursuit of individual greed is beneficial to society.


Mixing the whitewash

US Panel Begins Inquiry Into Financial Meltdown

Four months after its creation, a congressionally appointed panel modeled after the 9/11 Commission and the Iraq Study Group is opening a 15-month investigation into the causes of last year's economy-crippling financial collapse.

From Information Clearing House

U.S. Death Squads Roam The Globe

Commando Raid in Somalia is Latest in Covert Operations

By Bill Roggio

The attack in southern Somalia that targeted and killed a senior "al Qaeda leader" wanted for several deadly attacks is the latest in a series of covert operations carried out by US and allied special operations. At least four other high-profile raids by ground forces took place in Pakistan, Madagascar, and Syria over the past several years, while others have gone unreported, according to US officials.


US Attack In Pakistan Kills 2

If their deaths are confirmed, Ilyas Kashmiri and Nazimuddin, alias Yahyo, would be two of several militant leaders killed in Pakistan by missiles fired by unmanned US drones.


From Information Clearing House

For Britons, The Party Game Is Over

By John Pilger

By refusing to bring the troops home, Brown is likely to provoke an atrocity by young British Muslims who view the war as a western crusade; the recent Old Bailey trail made that clear. He has been told as much by British intelligence and security services. Brown's own security adviser has said as much publicly. As with Tony Blair and the bombs of 7 July 2005, he will bear ultimate responsibility for bringing violence and grief to his own people.

Secret updates to White House challenge European and Israeli assessments

By Mark Hosenball | Newsweek Web Exclusive

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.


Israel 'will attack Iran this year' if West does not cripple Tehran with sanctions

Ephraim Sneh, Israel's deputy defence minister until 2007, said a nuclear-armed Iran was an unacceptable threat to Israel. No Israeli government could put its faith in President Barack Obama's efforts to bring Tehran to the negotiating table over its nuclear programme, he said.


Report: Barak says Iran is not existential threat to Israel

Defense Minister Ehud Barak was quoted on Thursday as saying he does not view Iran as a threat to Israel's existence, a view that would seem to depart from Israeli statements of the recent past.

Why No Dancing in the Streets?

The status of the Iranian alleged program to develop "a nuclear bomb" has not changed since their formal National Intelligence Estimate of 2007. That NIE stated - with "high confidence" - that Iran "halted", in the fall of 2003, whatever program it was alleged to have had, and stated - with "moderate confidence" - that Iran had made no attempt to resurrect it. So, why isn't there mucho dancing in the streets; here and around the world?

From Information Clearing House

Is the U.S. Preparing for War with Venezuela?

U.S. Military Buildup in Colombia

The U.S. State Department has just wrapped up a deal with Colombia's President Uribe that will lead to a massive buildup of U.S. military personnel across seven bases in Colombia.

From Information Clearing House

US-Medien in Glaubwürdigkeitskrise

Nach einer Umfrage gehen 63 Prozent der US-Bürger davon aus, dass die Medien nicht korrekt berichten, um von fair gar nicht zu reden.

The fallacy of empire

The Libertarian Enterprise
by Jim Davidson


There’s a mistaken idea about history that is persisting. The pursuit of this mistaken idea is ruining many things and destroying many millions of lives. This idea has to be put to rest. The idea is that the Roman empire was a pinnacle of culture. It wasn’t. The Romans did not create new technologies, new forms of art, new ideas. They burned libraries, raped Europe, north Africa, and parts of Asia, slaughtered poets and philosophers, stole entire museums of art, enslaved masses, brutalised souls, debased their currency, and paved parts of three continents. The Roman empire’s fall did not herald a new dark age, it heralded the end of a dark age. Yet for many centuries, the idealisation of Rome and the pursuit of a new empire by Russian, French, British, and now American elitists has been part of the pretext for war and slaughter...


Homeland Security goes insane

Dallas Libertarian Examiner
by Garry Reed


We now know what the whole point of creating the Department of Homeland Security was all about. It’s about creating the biggest baddest bogus boondoggle in the history of American boondoggleism. A CNN article reports that the people who spend their entire adult lives eating, drinking, breathing, and generally suckling at the great national teat of taxation have broken ground on ‘the biggest federal building project in the Washington area since the Pentagon 68 years ago.’ Once completed, the DHS Big Top will take ‘more than 15,000 employees now scattered in 35 offices in the region’ (where their diffusion makes them relatively safe from physical attack) and pack them into a single ‘176-acre campus’ (where, as the old joke goes, one hand grenade can git ‘em all.)...


War without end

by Philip Giraldi


An assessment by France’s highly regarded Paris Institute of Political Studies last week suggested that Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaeda has likely been reduced to a core group of eight to ten terrorists who are on the run more often than not. The report from Paris should be regarded as good news, enabling Washington to close the book on the ‘global war on terror’ saga that has damaged the United States more than it has any adversary. Unfortunately, things do not quite work that way and Washington is in fact expanding its anti-terrorism Crusade with a military incursion into Somalia even as it continues to be bogged down in a war that it is losing in Afghanistan. The Afghan war is being fought precisely to eliminate bin Laden even though General Stanley McChrystal indicated last week that there is currently no al-Qaeda presence in the country...


Lobbyists still run Washington

by Andy Kroll


The new White House stood confident in those early months that it could take on ‘K Street’ — a street in the capital notorious for the density of its lobbying firms as well as Washington shorthand for their growing ranks. Tallied up today, however, the administration’s seven-month scorecard tells a different story. Just as sweeping as the administration’s packed domestic agenda has been the sheer force with which the lobbying industry and its clients have fought back, blocking, maligning or undermining its progress. In a Washington version of Newton’s third law, the president’s actions and those of his allies in Congress have elicited an equal and opposite reaction from opponents — inside the Beltway and beyond it. Spending eye-popping sums of money, deploying armies of lobbyists, dispatching grass-roots foot soldiers as agents of disruption, the special interests have fought fiercely to derail the White House reform agenda. It’s now apparent that Obama and his advisors, including Rahm Emanuel, underestimated their strength...


Why is Obama still using Blackwater?

The Nation
by Jeremy Scahill


Two years ago on September 16, 2007, on a steamy hot Baghdad day with temperatures reaching 100 degrees, a heavily armed Blackwater convoy entered a congested intersection at Nisour Square in the Mansour district of the Iraqi capital. The once-upscale section of Baghdad was still lined with boutiques, cafes and art galleries dating back to better days. The ominous caravan consisted of four large armored vehicles with machine guns mounted on top. As the Blackwater convoy was entering the square that day, a young Iraqi medical student named Ahmed Hathem Al-Rubaie was driving his mother, Mahasin, in the family’s white sedan. As fate would have it, they found themselves stuck near Nisour Square. The family were devout Muslims and were fasting in observance of the holy month of Ramadan...


The crisis of confidence

Strike the Root
by Michael Kleen


There is a crisis of confidence in America’s political leadership, from the smallest municipality all the way to Washington DC. At bottom, this crisis means that trust between elected representatives and their constituency has almost completely broken down...


Obama and the protectionist war against the poor

Foundation for Economic Education
by William Anderson


After President Barack Obama unilaterally slapped a 35 percent tariff on Chinese-made tires imported to the United States, I checked the Usual Sites to see if there were any objections to this latest government assault against lower-income Americans. I flyspecked the New York Times, and while there were editorials and columns condemning Serena Williams’s outburst at the U.S. Open and a call for lawmakers to criminalize ‘texting’ while driving, the was silent about the tariff...


The continuing push for globalism

Campaign For Liberty
by Chuck Baldwin


When George W. Bush was President, he greatly advanced the prospect of integrating the United States with a North American Union (NAU). With no thanks to most Christian conservatives or the mainstream news media, hundreds of thousands of patriotic Americans rallied against this proposal and–at least temporarily–seriously stymied Bush’s draconian dream. But if you thought President Barack Obama would be content to let the NAU die a natural death, think again...

Informant: Thomas L. Knapp

Elektronische Etiketten auf Verpackungen mit Folgen für das Recycling

Krank durch die Birne? - München, Bayern, Germany "Die Lampen im normalen Haushalt wirken so, als ob Sie zehn DECT-Basisstationen in der Wohnung stehen haben", sagt Eder, also die Sendeteile von schnurlosen ...

Americans must prepare for deepening unemployment, inflation and possible breadlines

The News Media Scam

By Ken Bowers

Do you like the idea of being "manipulated," having someone "pull the wires [to] control the public mind?" Or do you think that they can't manipulate us?


Good Billions After Bad


As the Bush administration waned, the Treasury shoveled more than a quarter of a trillion dollars in tarp funds into the financial system-without restrictions, accountability, or even common sense. The authors reveal how much of it ended up in the wrong hands, doing the opposite of what was needed.


UK jobless rate hits 13-year high

The number of jobless increased by 210,000 in the three months leading up to July, figures showed on Wednesday, taking the unemployment rate up to 7.9 per cent, Britain's highest since November 1996.


U.S. credit card defaults up, signal consumer stress

Bank of America Corp and Citigroup Inc customers defaulted on their credit card debts in August at the highest rates since the onset of the recession, a sign that the banks' consumer lending woes are far from over.


Peter Schiff: Americans must prepare for deepening unemployment, inflation and possible breadlines

Economist Peter Schiff tells RT's Marina Portnaya that Lehman Brothers failure was a success not a failure. He says Americans will face increasing unemployment, inflation, and possible bread-lines if government backed bail-outs continue.

From Information Clearing House

Death Squads, Disappearances and Torture in Pakistan

By Bill Van Auken

As the Obama administration prepares a major escalation of the so-called AfPak war, reports from Pakistan's Swat Valley, near Afghanistan's eastern border, provide a gruesome indication of the kind of war that the Pentagon and its local allies are waging.


Let Us Not Become the Evil We Deplore

By Amy Goodman

On Oct. 7, the U.S. enters its ninth year of occupation of Afghanistan-equal to the time the United States was involved in World War I, World War II and the Korean War combined.


US 'needs larger Afghanistan force'

The most senior military officer in the United States has said that more American troops will probably be needed to bring security to Afghanistan, during an address in Washington.


Obama sets Afghan, Pakistan goals, waits on troops

The White House delivered its long-awaited objectives to lawmakers ahead of an expected request by Army General Stanley McChrystal, the top U.S. and NATO commander in Afghanistan, for additional forces to counter a resurgent Taliban insurgency.


$75 billion a year: Secretive spending on US intelligence disclosed

Intelligence activities across the U.S. government and military cost a total of $75 billion a year, the nation's top intelligence official said on Tuesday, disclosing an overall number long shrouded in secrecy.

From Information Clearing House

History Says US Is Headed For Hell On Earth

Informant: Dorothee Krien

Phone mast victory for Haxby residents

The Press in York - York, North Yorkshire, UK

RESIDENTS in Haxby are celebrating after winning their campaign to stop a phone mast being put up near their homes. People living in Holly Tree Meadows ...

Ron Paul to Introduce No Forced Vaccine Bill

Liechtenstein to vote on mobile phone masts

World Radio Switzerland

The hotly debated issue of mobile phone masts is to be put to the vote in Liechtenstein, where business lobbies have challenged a parliamentary ruling on ...

The Truth About the Flu Shot

H1N1 Mass Vaccinations message from Military

The Truth About the Flu Shot

Many Health Workers Won't Take Swine Flu Vaccine
Do they know something you don’t?

Oversight on U.S. Federal Reserve is a Disaster


The common perception is that the economy is recovering, but don’t be fooled by the media.


Audit the Fed, Then End It

Ground Hog Ben: Fed Declares Depression Over

Have You Bought Your Copy of End the Fed?

Anti-Fed Activists Fuel Push for Audit

Fed-ACORN Criminality

Jim Rogers Says Bank Regulators Should be in Jail for Not Allowing Banks to Fail

A Concrete Symbol of the Waste of Wealth Caused by Central-Banking Booms


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