(NorCalTruth) – A 2010 Bohemian Grove members list has been given to members of Nor Cal Truth. As in the spirit of 2008 with Truth Action, the Bohemian Grove actions of 2010 have paid off. Continue reading
(WAC) – Members of We Are Change San Francisco caught up with David de Rothschild, heir to the notorious Rothschild family, and asked him some relevant questions. Continue reading
(Google) – Google’s popular Street View project may have collected personal information of members of Congress, including some involved in national security issues.
The claim was made by leading advocacy group, Consumer Watchdog which wants Congress to hold hearings into what data Google’s Street View possesses.
Google admitted it mistakenly collected information, transmitted over unsecured wireless networks, as its cars filmed locations for mapping purposes.
Google said the problem began in 2006.
The issue came to light when German authorities asked to audit the data. Read entire article
(PaulWatson) – Now that the agenda for global government and a centralized world economic system is public and out in the open, the importance of the Bilderberg Group’s annual conference rests on grooming political candidates. The lion’s share of Bilderberg’s 2010 agenda has already been announced by its members weeks before – it will revolve around a potential military strike on Iran as well as the future collapse of the euro.
Trilateral Commission members, who routinely also attend Bilderberg’s annual confab, have let slip that a war on Iran is being seriously debated, while the elite continue to exploit the fallout from the economic crisis to push for centralized financial regulation. Continue reading
(Freep) – A federal judge in Detroit today ordered the release of nine members of a Lenawee County Christian militia group freed on bond over the objections of federal prosecutors.
“The United States is correct that it need not wait until people are killed before it arrests conspirators,” U.S. District Judge Victoria Roberts said in a 36-page decision. “But, the Defendants are also correct: their right to engage in hate-filled, venomous speech, is a right that deserves First Amendment protection.”
She said federal prosecutors failed to persuade her that the defendants must be jailed until trial. Continue reading
(RussiaToday) – An Oklahoma house bill aims to outlaw the forming of a militia without the state’s approval. Citizens believe that the state is taking away their rights to form a lawful militia and it is becoming more of a tyrannical state. Sheree Geo says that the bill makes militia members the same as gang members. Continue reading
(LRCBlog) – Bill Clinton has recently implied that modern Tea Party activists are all potential Timothy McVeighs:
Former President Bill Clinton on Friday said that “legitimate” comparisons can be drawn between today’s grass-roots anger and resentment toward the government and the right-wing extremism that bubbled up prior to the bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City 15 years ago.
True, this probably isn’t as bad as the Bush administration’s claim that citizens who don’t support the Bush administration are “with the terrorists,” but it is fairly bold fearmongering. I doubt that Clinton mentioned the motivation for the OKC bombing. McVeigh, who was trained to kill and trained to make bombs by the United States Army, planned the bombing with his accomplices as retaliation for the Clinton Administration’s mass murder of women and children at Waco. The OKC bombing was carried out on the April 19 anniversary of Waco.
Clinton did say one true thing during his speech: “…be careful with what you say and do not advocate violence.” The state always considers itself exempt from this advice of course. Source: Lew Rockwell
(PressTV) – US foreign policy ‘dominated by military’
US Department of Defense’s top officer Admiral Mike Mullen says America’s foreign affairs are dominated by military doctrines which need to be replaced by diplomacy. Read More Here
(Breitbart) – Brazil rebuffs US, says it will go own way on Iran
Brazil vowed Wednesday not to “bow down” to gathering international pressure to impose new economic penalties on Iran over its nuclear program if further negotiations might be fruitful. Read More Here
(PressTV) – 118 UN members reaffirm support for Iran’s N-program
As the West pushes for new sanctions against Iran, the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) moves to issue a new statement, voicing its support for Iran’s peaceful nuclear program. Read More Here
(ChristianScienceMonitor) – Italy arrests Iran weapons smugglers as nuclear pressure builds
Italy said Wednesday it arrested seven alleged Iran weapons smugglers and charged that some are Iranian intelligence agents. The move comes as momentum builds for fresh sanctions over Iran’s nuclear program. Read More Here
(Bloomberg) – U.S. Arms Sale to Taiwan Proceeds Over China Protest
A proposed U.S. sale to Taiwan of missiles, helicopters and ships valued at about $6.4 billion will go forward. Read More Here
(NineO’Clock) – 20 Missile Interceptors Deployed in Romania Threaten Russia
Russia denounces Romania and US’s ‘rushed decisions’ on ballistic missile defence Read More Here
(SteveWatson) – 1 in 3 Killed by U.S. Drone Attacks In Pakistan Are Civilians
Thinktank report figures highlight increasing frequency of missile deaths Read More Here
(Haaretz) – Richard Goldstone visited the Gaza City neighborhood of Zaytoun in late June to tour the compound of the extended Samouni family, the subject of coverage here in recent weeks (“‘I fed him like a baby bird,'” September 17; “Death in the Samouni compound,” September 25). Twenty-nine members of the family, all of them civilians, were killed in the Israel Defense Force’s winter assault – 21 during the shelling of a house where IDF soldiers had gathered some 100 members of the family a day earlier. Continue reading
In preparation for the distinct possibility of a mandatory vaccination of the American public, a county in Minnesota will hold a mass vaccination drill today dubbed “Operation Big Shot.” County officials expect “300 volunteers to conduct the drill alongside about 200 health department staff members. They emphasized that staffers will not dispense actual vaccinations,” according to The Star Tribune. Continue reading
Obama delivered one of his famous teleprompter speeches today at Federal Hall in New York on the one-year anniversary of the Lehman Brothers scam. It was a cynical move, considering Obama spoke from the building where the country’s founders once argued over how much the government should control the national economy. Continue reading
On the eighth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, there remain unanswered questions surrounding the events that transpired that day. These questions demand answers, and far from being a “fringe” movement as cast by the mainstream media, many of the 9/11 commission members themselves doubt the official story. Continue reading
In a last minute decision, lawyers for the City of New York have conceded that the New York City Coalition for Accountability Now (NYC CAN), a group comprising 9/11 family members, first responders and survivors, indeed did submit over 30,000 valid signatures to put the referendum for a new 9/11 investigation before the voters of New York City this November. Continue reading
(HuffingtonPost) – Lobbyists representing seven of Wall Street’s top ten bailout beneficiaries and their trade associations made more than $6 million in campaign contributions to members of Congress — and hosted no fewer than 70 fundraising parties between Election Day and June, according to a new analysis by Public Citizen. Continue reading
(Huffington) – Members of the House Financial Services Committee, which is playing a critical role in restructuring the nation’s reeling financial, banking and housing sectors, have received nearly $63 million in campaign contributions from the industries they oversee. Continue reading