MSM: Banks Financing Mexico Gangs Admitted in Wells Fargo Deal

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(Bloomberg) – Just before sunset on April 10, 2006, a DC-9 jet landed at the international airport in the port city of Ciudad del Carmen, 500 miles east of Mexico City. As soldiers on the ground approached the plane, the crew tried to shoo them away, saying there was a dangerous oil leak. So the troops grew suspicious and searched the jet.

They found 128 black suitcases, packed with 5.7 tons of cocaine, valued at $100 million. The stash was supposed to have been delivered from Caracas to drug traffickers in Toluca, near Mexico City, Mexican prosecutors later found. Law enforcement officials also discovered something else. Continue reading

MSM: Lives destroyed by happy pills: As our use of antidepressants DOUBLES in a decade, experts say thousands are being given dangerous drugs they don’t need

(DailyMail) – Increasing numbers of Britons are taking antidepressant drugs, with prescriptions doubling over the past ten years, according to a report this month. In 2000, there were 20 million prescriptions – this rose to 39 million last year.

While this rise is partly being blamed on the recession, experts are concerned that misdiagnosis is a major factor. Indeed, a study published recently in The Lancet found that the average GP will wrongly diagnose 16 out of every 100 patients they see with depression and anxiety. Read More Here

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(Rense) – Medically-Caused Deaths In America – An Exclusive Interview With Barbara Starfield

The American health system, like clockwork, causes a mind-boggling number of deaths every year.

The figures have been known for a decade. The story was covered briefly when a landmark study surfaced, and then it sank like a stone.

The truth was inconvenient for many interests. That has not changed. “Medical coverage for all” is a banner that conceals ugly facts. Read More Here

A ‘Kill Switch’ for the State

(LewRockwell) – Two or more decades ago I wrote an article in which I suggested that, while the collapse of our civilization would ultimately prove beneficial to the productive purposes of society, the transition would, in the short-term, not be pretty to watch. The threat to the established order would be devastating, a challenge that would elicit the most violent and desperate efforts to defend the status quo. Wars, increased police powers, the enhanced regulation of and restrictions on alternative social systems, would become the norm. A society so constituted could well be symbolized as a faceless SWAT team member shoving his automatic rifle into the face of a cowering peaceful demonstrator. Continue reading

Video: Reality Report #51 – Flushing the G20 – Gary Franchi

In this edition, Gary blows off some steam taking a look at Obama’s agenda at the Toronto G20 Conference as protesters burn police cars. He also sits down with Kurt Wallace to discuss the NullifyNow.com national tour. Michael Boldin, founder of the Tenth Amendment Center also joins Gary on this edition to talk about states rights. Nina delivers the details on the recent Supreme Court decision, Janet Napolitano’s remarks about un-securing the border, and the Obama’s Internet kill Switch. As always we’ll take a dip into the Mailbag, and brand a new Enemy of the State. Continue reading

World War

(TodaysZaman) – On the developments in Kyrgyzstan

Two sister nations have been made to confront each other and shed blood as a result of well-planned provocations and plots designed and executed in a very professional way. These two nations have lived together as brothers and sisters throughout our history and shared the same homeland and culture. Read More Here

(Brahmand) – China to hold naval drills to counter US-SKorean moves

In a move that could escalate tensions in the surcharged Korean peninsula
, China said its military forces would kick-off live ammunition exercises in East China Sea from Wednesday in an apparent response to a joint naval manoeuvre between US and South Korea. Read More Here

(TimesOfIndia) – Accident during exercise could start war, North Korea warns

“It is as clear as day that a small accident that might occur during the joint military exercise would easily spread to an armed clash and eventually, to an all-out war,” it said, slamming the planned drill as provocative and dangerous. Read More Here

Palestine

(Haaretz) – Despite wider remit, soldiers won’t be questioned in Gaza flotilla probe – Read More Here

(Haaretz) – ANALYSIS / Israel doesn’t seem to want to really probe Gaza flotilla raid – Read More Here

(Scoop) – Artwork condemns Israeli attacks on Gaza

Brazilian cartoonist Carlos Latuff has created artworks that call on the world to condemn what he describes as the Israeli holocaust of Gaza. Read More Here

(PoorRichardsBlog) – British trade union boycotts Israel

A motion has been clinched in Britain calling for a complete boycott of Israel and for the expulsion of the Israeli ambassador to the country.

One of Britain’s largest unions voted at its annual conference in Bournemouth last week for thoroughly boycotting Israel, saying that Israeli regime lied over the Gaza flotilla incident. Read More Here

REPOST – (Haaretz) – Lieberman: Absolutely no chance for a Palestinian state within next two years – Read More Here

Iran

(Reuters) – Pressure mounts on Iran as oil firms pull out – Read More Here

(DebkaFile) – Third US carrier, 4,000 Marines augment US armada opposite Iran

debkafile’s military sources report that Washington has posted a third carrier opposite Iran’s shores. It is supported by amphibious assault ships and up to 4,000 Navy and Marine Corps personnel, bringing the total US strength in these waters to three carriers and 10,000 combat personnel. Read More Here

(Haaretz) – Mullen: Iran will continue to strive for nukes

U.S. military chief says there is ‘no reason to trust’ Iran’s assurances that it is only pursuing a peaceful nuclear program. Read More Here

(JPost) – ‘Strike on Iran would be destabilizing’

A military strike against Iran would be “incredibly destabilizing” to the region said the US chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen. He believes Iran will continue to pursue nuclear weapons, even if sanctions against the country are increased.

Speaking Monday at the Aspen Security Forum, Mullen said it would be “incredibly dangerous” for Iran to achieve nuclear weapons, and that there’s “no reason to trust” Iran’s assurances that it is only pursuing a peaceful nuclear program, especially after the discovery of a secret nuclear facility near the holy city of Qom. Read More Here