Archive for the 'Politics' Category

Who’s behind the “tea party movement” ?

• April, 2011

Where/when lies are sold as truth… The billion dollar story…

A Visual Reminder Of US Social Stratification

• February, 2011

While many watch the revolutions starting virtually on a daily basis in the “developing world”, few are concerned that these have any chance of occurring in the United States: “our society is far more cohesive and far less stratified” the rebuttal logic goes. Is it? Over the past two years, the one social class that has received the most voluminous amount of opprobrium is the ubiquitously derogatory “bankster” which represents far more a wealth and income qualification, that a job description. Americans it appears are

Zeitgeist – Moving Forward

• February, 2011

This Zeitgeist movie does touch various strings concerning the current and past problems of our societies. Therefore it should kick-start most people into thinking and reflecting on the situation… Whether too extreme or not, we can’t ignore the essence. It’s been time for REAL change for quite some time now…

M.I.A. – Paper Planes

• October, 2010

Paper Planes – Lyrics:: [x2] I fly like paper, get high like planes If you catch me at the border I got visas in my name If you come around here, I make ’em all day I get one down in a second if you wait [x2] Sometimes I think sitting on trains Every stop I get to I’m clocking that game Everyone’s a winner, we’re making our fame Bona fide hustler making my name [x4] All I wanna do is (BANG BANG BANG BANG!)

The Correlation Between Corexit and Klondike Bars

• October, 2010

BP Is Teaching Kids The Correlation Between Corexit and Klondike Bars BP and the federal government are working together to brainwash our kids into believing that Corexit is perfectly safe and the gulf is recovering right on schedule. They literally are teaching our school children that Corexit is in numerous items that we eat and poses absolutely no problem. As we reported days ago, BP plans on “dispelling” the myths of the dispersant in schools throughout the gulf. Why is the government letting BP brainwash

Full-Body Scan Technology In Street-Roving Vans

• October, 2010

As the privacy controversy around full-body security scans begins to simmer, it’s worth noting that courthouses and airport security checkpoints aren’t the only places where backscatter x-ray vision is being deployed. The same technology, capable of seeing through clothes and walls, has also been rolling out on U.S. streets. American Science & Engineering, a company based in Billerica, Massachusetts, has sold U.S. and foreign government agencies more than 500 backscatter x-ray scanners mounted in vans that can be driven past neighboring vehicles to see their

BP admits it ‘Photoshopped’ official images of oil leak

• July, 2010

BP admits it ‘Photoshopped’ official images as oil spill ‘cut and paste’ row escalates BP has ordered staff to stop manipulating photographs of its Gulf of Mexico oil spill response, as the row over its public relations campaign intensifies. The oil giant was forced to issue new guidelines to staff to “refrain from doing (sic) cutting-and-pasting” after several official company images were found to have been doctored. BP admitted on Thursday that it “Photoshopped” some of its official images that were posted on its website

Who funds the Afghan Taliban? You don’t want to know…

• April, 2010

Who is funding the Afghan Taliban? You don’t want to know KABUL — It is the open secret no one wants to talk about, the unwelcome truth that most prefer to hide. In Afghanistan, one of the richest sources of Taliban funding is the foreign assistance coming into the country. Virtually every major project includes a healthy cut for the insurgents. Call it protection money, call it extortion, or, as the Taliban themselves prefer to term it, “spoils of war,” the fact remains that international

16 ships create as much pollution as all the cars in the world

• February, 2010

16 ships create as much pollution as all the cars in the world By Fred Pearce Last week it was revealed that 54 oil tankers are anchored off the coast of Britain, refusing to unload their fuel until prices have risen. But that is not the only scandal in the shipping world. Today award-winning science writer Fred Pearce – environmental consultant to New Scientist and author of Confessions Of An Eco Sinner – reveals that the super-ships that keep the West in everything from Christmas

Prescription narcotics cause more deaths than both heroin and cocaine

• February, 2010

Prescription narcotics cause more deaths than both heroin and cocaine 2009 by Mike Adams On the heels of the sudden death of celebrity actress Brittany Murphy, people are once again raising the question of just how dangerous prescription drugs might really be. Some are arguing, however, that street drugs are the real danger, not prescription drugs. But the following study demonstrates why prescription drugs are far more dangerous than illegal recreational drugs. According to a new study conducted by physicians at St. Michael’s Hospital and

War Veteran Speech

• December, 2009

American War Veteran Speech .::. <<video>> <<Editors notE>> An amazing war veteran speech containing so much truth and honesty, it would be a crime and very unpatriotic not to listen to message brought by this soldier. Protecting the people against criminals foreign as well as domestic. Hopefully in this way I can add to the spreading of this speech since it is worthwhile to take his words in consideration. May more troopers come forth with the same ideas instead of putting it away in the

British soldier faces 10 years in jail after being arrested during anti-war demonstration

• November, 2009

British soldier faces 10 years in jail after being arrested during anti-war demonstration A soldier facing charges of desertion for refusing to return to Afghanistan has been arrested and charged with five further offences after joining an anti-war demonstration. Lance Corporal Joe Glenton led a protest in London last month against the continued presence of British troops in Afghanistan. He was already facing a court martial but according to the Stop the War Coalition the new charges carry a maximum of 10 years imprisonment. The

Anger at ‘cloak of secrecy’ for Freemason judges

• November, 2009

Anger at ‘cloak of secrecy’ for Freemason judges By Ben Padley, Press Association Tuesday, 10 November 2009 Jack Straw’s decision to no longer force applicants for the judiciary to declare if they are Freemasons was today branded a “disgrace” by a Labour MP. Gordon Prentice (Pendle) said there would again be a “cloak of secrecy” following the move by the Justice Secretary. Mr Straw said last week that a review had shown no evidence of “impropriety or malpractice” as a result of a judge being


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