Monthly Archive: December 2010

Dec 31

Visible Origami: On New Year’s Eve, 2010

Dog Poet Transmitting……. Well, here I sit at the closing of the year. The past is behind me and the future is ahead and neither of them exists in real time, because there is only the present. One could say that the past put us where we are and that what we are likely to …

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Dec 31

The TSA’s state-mandated molestation

By Jennifer Abel The humiliations of the patdown policy, which Janet Napolitano wants to expand, are an Orwellian assault on American freedom The holiday brought bittersweet news: unless the Transportation Security Authority disbands, I’ll never see a certain friend of mine again. His long-term unemployment finally ended, and next month, he starts a great new …

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Dec 31

17 National Debt Statistics Which Prove That We Have Sold Our Children And Grandchildren Into Perpetual Debt Slavery

What we have done to future generations over the past 30 years is absolutely criminal.  30 years ago the U.S. national debt was a bit under one trillion dollars, and at that time it was considered a huge national crisis.  Today, the national debt is 14 times larger and the years ahead look absolutely apocalyptic …

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Dec 31

Incipient Fascist State: America Has Gone Away

by Paul Craig Roberts Anyone who doesn’t believe that the US is an incipient fascist state needs only to consult the latest assault on civil liberty by Fox News (sic). Instead of informing citizens, Fox News (sic) informs on citizens. Jason Ditz reports (antiwar.com Dec. 28) that Fox News (sic) “no longer content to simply …

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Dec 31

Hiding A Depression: How The US Government Does It

by Daniel R Amerman Overview The real US unemployment rate is not 9.8% but between 25% and 30%.  That is a depression level of job losses – so why doesn’t it look like a depression for many people?  How can so large of a statistical discrepancy exist, and how is it that holiday shopping malls …

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Dec 31

It’s been a Chemtrailed Christmas, Some New Year Thoughts

By Sally Exoudhu Above the clouds of snow and frost, the chemtrailing has continued relentlessly over the Christmas period. I’m not sure about Christmas Day, but probably that too. I don’t know about you but around here during the aerosol bombardment, just about everybody has been dropping like flies. I gave up pointing at the …

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Dec 31

10 Modern Methods of Mind Control

By Nicholas West Activist Post The more one researches mind control, the more one will come to the conclusion that there is a coordinated script that has been in place for a very long time with the goal to turn the human race into non-thinking automatons.  For as long as man has pursued power over …

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Dec 31

How Zionist lobby shapes UK politics

by PressTV The wealthy Jewish lobby in Britain working under the title of the Conservative Friends of Israel (CFI) has been tipped as the Conservative Party’s paymaster. The CFI as described by British political analysts is beyond doubt the most well- connected and probably the best funded of all Westminster lobbying groups. It works in …

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Dec 31

NI swine flu cases increase rapidly

by PressTV The number of recorded swine flu cases in Northern Ireland has increased rapidly during the last week, according to the Public Health Agency. The agency’s official data shows that the number of cases has simply doubled from 56 to 129. But it is said that the real number of the cases is a …

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Dec 31

Katsav verdict / Israel’s No. 1 citizen doesn’t have the sexual rights of a feudal king

By Neri Livneh What brought former president Moshe Katsav to this day was not the hostile media, but his own character. “Foundational moment” is an understatement for that day in a state’s life when the verdict is handed down in the case of a former president charged with rape and sexual harassment. Regardless of the …

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Dec 31

Iran cites UK role in inciting revolt

by PressTV Iran’s Intelligence Minister Heidar Moslehi has accused the British Intelligence service of collaborating with the opposition in the country’s post-election unrest last year. “One of the intelligence services that sought to overthrow the Islamic Republic since the advent of the [Islamic] Revolution, was British,” he said during a speech in City of Ray …

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Dec 31

The Shadow Banking System: A Third Of All The Wealth In The World Is Held In Offshore Banks

You and I live in a totally different world than the ultra-rich and the international banking elite do.  Many of them live in a world where they simply do not pay income taxes.  Today, it is estimated that a third of all the wealth in the world is held in offshore banks.  So why is …

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Dec 31

Oops! Bribing Nigeria for Cheney’s Freedom Not Legal

By: emptywheel A lawyer in Nigeria has reminded the country’s anti-corruption watchdog that the recent deal buying Cheney’s freedom for $35 million is not legal. In a letter to Nigeria’s anti-corruption watchdog, Osuagwu Ugochukwu, a prominent lawyer in Abuja, said the withdrawal of charges against Cheney was a breach of the law. “We know as …

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Dec 31

Naked Wheelchair Protester Targeted by TSA Over Buttocks

By Steve Watson A woman who hit headlines earlier this month for protesting the invasive new TSA airport security theatre by donning just a bra and panties has been targeted and prevented from flying by TSA officials who cited an “unusual contour” around her buttocks. Wheelchair user Tammy Banovac was once again groped by TSA …

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Dec 31

Feinberg uses BP money to pay for letter saying he is neutral

Neutral, cause the letter says so. by Drake Toulouse Oh man, sometimes this story just writes itself…from the – ”are you serious?” file comes this article in the Times Picayune: A spokeswoman for the Gulf Coast Claims Facility told The Associated Press on Thursday that fund czar Ken Feinberg has agreed to pay New York University professor …

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Dec 31

Homeland Security East German style

“A cold civil war against its own people” The Fatherland…I mean the Federal government…is spending billions of dollars to surveil American citizens… To protect us against what exactly?  Here’s how it worked in East Germany. Instead of Homeland Security, they called it the Stasi. How they did it In East Germany, there were no spies…so …

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Dec 31

People & Power – Drug Money

AlJazeeraEnglish People & Power investigates fraud and corruption running through the veins of the US pharmaceutical industry.

Dec 31

Another Iraqi N. Scientist Assassinated by Mossad

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iraq’s young nuclear scientist, Mohammad al-Fouz, was gunned down in the country’s capital city of Baghdad by Israeli spy agency (Mossad). Fouz, a genius university student, had discovered a new formula for producing peaceful nuclear energy and had been awarded by several international scientific festivals. He had released his new uranium enrichment formula …

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Dec 31

The Dead Zone

by NOAA Hypoxic zones are areas in the ocean of such low oxygen concentration that animal life suffocates and dies, and as a result are sometimes called “dead zones.” One of the largest dead zones forms in the Gulf of Mexico every spring. This data visualization discusses the causes of hypoxia in the Gulf of …

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Dec 30

UK GOVERNMENT PASSES BILL TO REDIFINE THE WORD ‘PLEDGE’

From April 2011, thanks to the passing of the government’s ‘Common Sense Bill’ the word, pledge’ has now been officially ’downgraded’, meaning from henceforth the standard dictionary definition of the word ‘pledge’ will read thus: Pledge (n) : ‘A vague hope or fanciful aspiration.’ Nick Clegg (the deputy Prime Minister) seemingly emboldened by the passing …

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Dec 30

Doctors Getting Rich With Fusion Surgery Debunked by Studies

Doctors Getting Rich With Fusion Surgery Debunked by Studies By Peter Waldman and David Armstrong – Dec 30, 2010 12:01 AM ET Suffering from an aching back, truck driver Mikel Hehn went to see surgeon Jeffrey Gerdes in 2008. The St. Cloud, Minnesota, doctor diagnosed spinal disc degeneration, commonly treated with physical therapy, and said …

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Dec 30

Military tensions remain high on Korean peninsula

By John Chan With strong backing from Washington, the South Korean government is continuing a series of provocative military drills that threaten to lead to conflict with North Korea. Following live-fire exercises last week in Yeonpyeong and in Pocheon, the South Korean military began another five-day naval live-fire drill in 23 locations on Monday. US …

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Dec 30

One More Year of Inhumanity Coming to a Close. What Happens Next?

By Pablo Ouziel This year the list of atrocities committed under the guise of representative democracy is extensive, as anyone concerned in analyzing the actions of governments in the West can ascertain. If it was our wish, we could bombard the airwaves with images of suffering people from around the world, and swiftly link their …

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Dec 30

EU abolishes Christmas

By Cranmer You might think this to be one of the ‘Euromyths’ – rights up there with straight bananas, the re-classification as the carrot as a fruit and the EU-wide harmonisation of condom size. Except that the European Commission really have produced a new religiously-correct daily planner (aimed, naturally, at school children) in which it …

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