Popular Rage Grows as Global Crisis Worsens

As the global economic crisis deepens, tempers around the world are getting shorter. French and British trade unions are organizing strikes, Putin is sending troops into the streets and Beijing is trying to buy itself calm. A rally against car import duties in Krasnoyarsk, Russia: Citizens around the world are protesting against their governments’ handling of the economic crisis. Continue reading

The Washington Morons Driving Over the Cliff – Paul Craig Roberts

Is there intelligent life in Washington, DC?  Not a speck of it.

The US economy is imploding, and Obama is being led by his government of neconservatives and Israeli agents into a quagmire in Afghanistan that will bring the US into confrontation with Russia, and possibly China, American’s largest creditor. Continue reading

Iceland: New government pledges continuation of IMF austerity programme

Iceland’s new coalition government between the Social Democratic Alliance and the Left-Green Party was formed February 1 after negotiations with the Progressive Party over its parliamentary support. Although the new administration came to power promising significant changes to government and the financial sector, the direction of the SDA-led government will be a continuation of previous policies. Continue reading

IBM Notebook: Chinese factory like slavery, report says

The Axis of Logic reader who sent this to us writes:

“We have a local columnist who is following up on the bad doings at IBM. This recent column shows that IBM outsourcing is bad for the people of both China and the US. Only the “Fat Cats” of both countries are benefiting.”

By Christine Young, Times Herald Record

Chinese factory workers making keyboards for IBM and other American companies are treated little better than slaves, according to a 60-page report released Thursday by The National Labor Committee. Continue reading

Mississippi Passes Legislation Protecting Gun Owners During Martial Law

Mississippi lawmakers have passed a bill to protect the state’s residents during martial law. On the Office of the Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi website, Phil Bryant announces the passage of SB 2036. The legislation “restricts the power of a peace officer to confiscate firearms and ammunitions in an emergency or during a time of martial law,” according to the website. Continue reading

Another Attack on the Constitution: Obama Hijacks the Census

It’s another shot across the bow of the Constitution: the White House has announced it will micromanage the census. It is said Obama and crew — you can almost hear Rahm Emanuel cracking his knuckles in Obama’s ear — decided to lord over the census after California Rep. Barbara Lee, chair of the Congressional Black Caucus, and Hispanic groups complained to the White House about Judd Gregg, the Republican senator from New Hampshire slated to head the Commerce Department. Lee, the Caucus, and Hispanic groups complained Gregg couldn’t be trusted to conduct to run the census, at least not to their liking, and in response the Obama administration hijacked the census. Continue reading

Video: ‘Worst economic collapse ever’ – Gerald Celente

In 2009 were going to see the worst economic collapse ever, the Greatest Depression, says Gerald Celente, U.S. trend forecaster. He believes its going to be very violent in the U.S., including there being a tax revolt. Continue reading

FBI Believed that Bombs Were Used on 9/11

On 9/11, the FBI believed that bombs were involved in the attacks.

How do I know that?

Because, according to the FBI’s website:

Following the massive terrorist attacks against New York and Washington, the FBI dedicated 7,000 of its 11,000 Special Agents and thousands of FBI support personnel to the PENTTBOM investigation. “PENTTBOM” is short for Pentagon, Twin Towers Bombing.

(see also this and this). Continue reading

Internment Camps Readied For Mass Illegal Alien Influx?

Texas officials say contingency plans are in place for collapse of Mexico, policy only covers “law enforcement” needs, does not address humanitarian issues

The news that Texas officials are working on contingency plans to deal with a sudden influx of illegal aliens following a collapse of the Mexican government has sparked fears that FEMA detention camps, the expansion of which is the subject of current legislation in Congress, are being readied to detain thousands of illegals as well as American citizens. Continue reading

The Tunnels of Gaza – An underground economy and resistance symbol

Resistance takes as many forms as life itself dictates.

Life in Gaza could not be more impossible. Its tunnels are a symbol of resistance. Continue reading

Protesters’ accounts show Israel ‘breaking the bones’ of peaceful demonstrators

Salfit – Ma’an – Israeli forces are carrying out a policy of shooting at the legs of peaceful demonstrators who protest the Israeli separation wall each Friday in towns across the West Bank, demonstrators are reporting. Continue reading

The popular uprising against central banking

The way Ron Paul tells it, his more than 30 years of speaking and writing about money, inflation, and the Federal Reserve System attracted only limited interest outside libertarian and constitutionalist circles. The subject, and Paul as its spokesman, were scarcely to be found in the media, even—or perhaps especially—on the business networks. Continue reading

Censored in 1977: Acid Rain and Ecological Disaster

Acid rain, caused predominantly by oil and coal burning, smelting, and car exhaust, has been falling throughout most parts of the east coast of the U.S., according to an explosive feature article in Mother Jones, December, 1977. The acidity of the rain contaminates the soils, damages crops, stunts the growth of trees, lowers the pH of even the most remote high altitude lakes, thus wiping out entire native fish species and causes other potentially disastrous occurrences. In over 50 percent of all the Adirondack lakes most remote from civilization, all the fish have died. Biologists at Cornell University found that rain and snow throughout the eastern U.S. falls with 100 times more acidity that it did a generation ago. It was the #8 censored story of 1977. Continue reading

Obama’s “War on Terror”

The language is softened and deceptive. The strategy and tactics are not. The “war on terror” continues. Promised change is talk, not policy. Just look at Obama’s “war cabinet,” discussed in an earlier article. It assures:

— the “strongest military on the planet” by outspending all other countries combined;

— continued foreign wars; Continue reading

New Hampshire Fires First Shot Of Civil War – Resolution Immediately Voids Several Federal Laws, Threatens Counterstrike Against Federal “Breach Of Peace”

The Betrayal:

The New Hampshire state legislature took an unbelievably bold step Monday by introducing a resolution to declare certain actions by the federal government to completely totally void and warning that certain future acts will be viewed as a “breach of peace” with the states themselves that risks “nullifying the Constitution.”

This act by New Hampshire is a clear warning to the federal government that they could face being stripped of their power by the States (presumably through civil war! Continue reading

Video: Two years recession, or ten years of hell?

William Engdahl: US economy has been hollowed out over the last 15 years and the debt load is staggering Continue reading

MSM: Senior HBOS executive ‘sacked for warning of banking crisis’

Paul Moore, a senior executive at HBOS, was sacked by one of Gordon Brown’s favoured bankers after warning his bosses they were taking excessive risks, MPs were told. Continue reading

What This Country Needs Are More Pitchfork Moments Like These


More like this, please:

Hundreds of people trying to save their homes from foreclosure flocked to Connecticut’s wealthy Gold Coast this weekend to give financial kingpins a piece of their mind.
Homeowners are fed up – and many are frustrated that those who lead the companies that gave them their subprime mortgages live in luxury while they struggle so hard to meet their loan payments and not fall behind. Continue reading