MSM: European police to spy on Britons: Now ministers hand over Big Brother powers to foreign officers

(DailyMail) – Ministers are ready to hand sweeping Big Brother powers to EU states so they can spy on British citizens.

Foreign police will be able to travel to the UK and take part in the arrest of Britons.

They will be able to place them under surveillance, bug telephone conversations, monitor bank accounts and demand fingerprints, DNA or blood samples.

Anyone who refuses to comply with a formal request for co-operation by a foreign-based force is likely to be arrested by UK officers. Read More Here

MSM: Labour ready to let in the EU snoopers

(DailyMail) – British citizens face being subjected to secret EU ‘Big Brother’ spying missions.

Labour is supporting plans for a dramatic expansion in the powers available to fellow member states who accuse UK nationals of committing even the most minor crimes while visiting. Continue reading

MSM: Doomsday seed vault hits 1/2 million mark

(MSNBC) – Two years after receiving its first deposits, a “doomsday” seed vault on an Arctic island has amassed half a million seed samples, making it the world’s most diverse repository of crop seeds, the vault’s operators announced Thursday. Continue reading

Newborns’ DNA Routinely Harvested For Government Bio Bank

(SteveWatson) – The government is harvesting samples of DNA from every newborn child in the country, storing them in monolithic bio banks and providing them to outside researchers and other agencies such as the Department of Homeland Security, all without the consent or knowledge of parents. Read More Here

A/H1N1 was reassorted in a lab

(WayneMadsen) – A virologist who has been researching the A/H1N1 virus has concluded after months of research that the ”novel” influenza was re-assorted in a laboratory from eight genes consisting of avian, swine and human type influenza A virus. Continue reading

Brazilian scientists say killer H1N1 virus has already mutated

The swine flu H1N1 virus has already mutated much faster than anyone feared. Continue reading

MSM: Inventory Uncovers 9,200 More Pathogens

(WPost) – An inventory of potentially deadly pathogens at Fort Detrick’s infectious disease laboratory found more than 9,000 vials that had not been accounted for, Army officials said yesterday, raising concerns that officials wouldn’t know whether dangerous toxins were missing. Continue reading