Video: Alex Jones Tv – Potential False Flag Attack To Be Blamed On Muslims Foiled

A possible false flag terror attack to be blamed on Muslims has been foiled after a Navy vet was busted with a grenade launcher, assault rifles and hundreds of rounds of ammunition, as well as Arab headdress, in New Jersey yesterday. Initial media reports speculated that the man was planning a terrorist attack on a U.S. military base in the area. Continue reading

Video: Dr. Tim Ball on Alex Jones Tv – Climate Change Scam Phase 2 – Enforcement at The State Level

Timothy F. Ball, who is a critic of the climate change scam. He heads the Natural Resources Stewardship Project and is on the Scientific Advisory Board of Friends of Science, organizations that reject human-caused global warming. Continue reading

US accelerating missile defenses in Gulf: report

(RawStory) – The US administration is speeding up deployment of defenses against potential Iranian missile attacks in the Gulf to heed off any possible retaliation, The New York Times reported Saturday. Continue reading

Wages growth lowest in 27 years; minimum wages are bad?

(ComingDepression) – The Labor Department said Friday that wages and benefits rose by 0.5 percent in the three months ending in December. For the entire year, wages and benefits were up 1.5 percent, the weakest showing on records that go back to 1982. Continue reading

US and GB refuse discussion of Afghanistan’s opium problem during conference

Like every other Afghanistan conference, this latest held January 28 in London failed to address the country’s opium problem.
More than 70 countries and international organizations met in London and declared the goals of creating “a more stable and secure Afghanistan,” transferring power to the Afghan government, and reintegrating “those who renounce violence, cut links to terrorism and agree to work within the democratic process” into Afghan society.
While failing to touch upon one of the very most central issues affecting all the others- the opium production and the corruption that surrounds it. Continue reading

Video: A Tale of Two Speeches – Ron Paul

(C4L) – As President Obama calls for further government intervention and control, another speech on the state of our country reminds us that the crisis will only get worse if we do not abandon the establishment’s failed way of thinking and pursue liberty. Continue reading

Obama’s Outreach to Americans: Empty Rhetoric, Business As Usual – Stephen Lendman

(Uruknet) – The response to Obama’s first State of the Union address was predictable. Democrats loved it. Republicans were skeptical to critical, while the media tried to have it both ways. Continue reading

The Fateful Geological Prize Called Haiti

A born-again neo-conservative US business wheeler-dealer preacher claims Haitians are condemned for making a literal ‘pact with the Devil.’
Venezuelan, Nicaraguan, Bolivian, French and Swiss rescue organizations accuse the US military of refusing landing rights to planes bearing necessary medicines and urgently needed potable water to the millions of Haitians stricken, injured and homeless.
Behind the smoke, rubble and unending drama of human tragedy in the hapless Caribbean country, a drama is in full play for control of what geophysicists believe may be one of the world’s richest zones for hydrocarbons-oil and gas outside the Middle East, possibly orders of magnitude greater than that of nearby Venezuela. Continue reading

MSM: How Gun Registration and Confiscation Works in Canada

(TorontoStar) – A pounding at the door the other morning; my windows rattled. I was upstairs at work. I don’t always leave my desk to hear the good news about Jehovah. Continue reading

Osama bin Laden, Climate Expert

(CanadaFreePress) – To the world’s experts on climate change, let us now add the name of Osama bin Laden to those of Al Gore; UN Secretary General Ban ki-Moon; the Chairman of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Rajendra Pachauri; numerous heads of state over the years; House Speaker Nancy Pelosi; members of Congress still trying to pass Cap-and-Trade legislation; and the odious IPCC scientists who apparently colluded to foist false data on the public in order to further the fraud of global warming. Continue reading

Video: The Sharp Dressed Man Who Aided Mutallab Onto Flight 253 Was U.S. Government Agent

(KurtHaskell) – Please note that in the article that follows, I am not claiming that the U.S. Government knew Mutallab had a bomb or intended to hurt anyone on Flight 253 when the U.S. Government let him board. Continue reading

MSM: Bankers in favor of paying global fee

(FinancialTimes) – Some of the world’s most prominent bankers have come out in favour of a global bank wind-down fund, a concession from the industry after weeks of fighting proposals for new taxes in the US and Europe. Continue reading

They Don’t Own Shovels, Crowbars, or Even Gloves

(Infowars) – The ever exploding twin towers of US debt and trade deficits are to be expected from a country that’s engaged in two foreign invasions, maintains over 170 military bases overseas, gives trillions of dollars to foreign bankers, yet produces nothing anyone in the world wants or can use. Continue reading

MSM: FDIC clocks 15 bank failures so far in 2010

(Reuters) – Six more U.S. banks were seized on Friday as regulators continue to close the doors of banks struggling to cope with fallout from the financial crisis. Continue reading

Devastating Impact of Canadian Mining in Honduras – Interview of Carlos Danilo Amador

RW/TG: We’re here in Tegucigalpa, Honduras (January 26). Can you give us your name and position in your organization? Continue reading

MSM: Q+A-Will Japan face a sovereign debt crisis?

(Reuters) – Japan’s ballooning public debt is raising concerns in debt markets as the largely untested government of Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama tries to balance the need for economic stimulus with a need for fiscal prudence. Read More Here

Intense cold abates in north, 550 deaths this winter

(IndiaExpress) – Intense cold conditions today abated in most parts of north India with minimum temperature rising in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh and in parts of Jammu and Kashmir though higher reaches of Himachal Pradesh reeled under sub-zero temperature. The current cold wave has taken a toll of 550 so far.The minimum temperature rose by up to three degrees Celcius above normal at several places in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh though some parts of the region had dense fog. Read More Here

MSM: Secret detention may amount to crime against humanity – UN experts

(AFP) – UN human rights experts warned in a report on Wednesday that “widespread and systematic” secret detention of terror suspects was continuing and could pave the way for charges of crimes against humanity. Continue reading

MSM: Sarkozy seeks a new order and throws down gauntlet to China

(TimesOnline) – President Sarkozy has promised to put the huge trade imbalances between the East and West at the centre of global financial reform when France takes over leadership of the G8 next year. Continue reading

Taxpayers pay $101,000 for Pelosi’s in-flight ‘food, booze’

(WND) – It reads like a dream order for a wild frat party: Maker’s Mark whiskey, Courvoisier cognac, Johnny Walker Red scotch, Grey Goose vodka, E&J brandy, Bailey’s Irish Crème, Bacardi Light rum, Jim Beam whiskey, Beefeater gin, Dewars scotch, Bombay Sapphire gin, Jack Daniels whiskey … and Corona beer. Continue reading

World War

(Reuters) – Manufacturing Consent For Attack On Iran – Senate OKs Sanctions on Iran’s Fuel Suppliers

The Senate on Thursday approved legislation that would let President Barack Obama impose sanctions on Iran’s gasoline suppliers and penalize some of Tehran’s elites, a move aimed at pressuring Tehran to give up its nuclear program. Read More Here

(Bloomberg) – Paulson Says Russia Urged China to Dump Fannie, Freddie Bonds

Russia urged China to dump its Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac bonds in 2008 in a bid to force a bailout of the largest U.S. mortgage-finance companies, former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said. Read More Here

(Reuters) – China hits back at U.S. arms sale to Taiwan

China moved swiftly on Saturday to suspend military exchanges with the United States after Washington’s announcement of arms sales to Taiwan, widening rifts in their far-reaching relationship. Read More Here

(LATimes) – Clinton warns China to stay the course on Iran nuclear sanctions

In Paris, the U.S. secretary of State tells Beijing to think about the longer-term consequences even though it may seem ‘counterproductive’ to sanction a country from which it gets key resources. Read More Here

(ABCNews) – Netanyahu slams Iran at Auschwitz

Israeli leaders have lashed out at Iran during a ceremony at Auschwitz to mark international Holocaust Memorial Day. Read More Here

(DowJones) – Venezuela Oil Chief Heads To Russia, China To Discuss Pacts

Venezuela Oil Minister Rafael Ramirez was leaving Wednesday for Russia and then to China to discuss plans for developing heavy crude blocks in the eastern Orinoco region, the Venezuelan government said in a statement. Read More Here

(TimesofIndia) – Pak tunnels near border worry government

As the war of words between India and Pakistan reaches a crescendo, New Delhi has cause for fresh alarm, due to some of the activities being carried out across the border. Intelligence agencies in India have brought to the notice of the government that Pakistan has been frantically building up tunnels in areas not far from the border with India. Read More Here

(Reuters) – U.S. regrets China’s riposte to arms sales

The United States said on Saturday it regretted China’s announced cuts in bilateral contacts and its plans to punish U.S. companies involved in arms sales to Taiwan. Read More Here

MSM: Libya, Russia agree $1.8 billion arms deal – Putin

(Reuters) – Libya has signed an arms deal with Russia worth 1.3 billion euros ($1.8 billion), Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin was quoted as saying on Saturday. Continue reading

MSM: China protests US arms sales, warns of ‘serious’ impact

(Breitbart) – China on Friday protested the US decision to sell 6.4 billion dollars in weapons to Taiwan and warned of “serious” damage to relations and cooperation with Washington. Read More Here