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Jimmy Walter + Steve Johnson Interview Sept 11- 2011

The Godfather of 9-11 truth: Jimmy Walter answers a few questions about the REAL story behind 9-11.

Mr Walter was one of the most dedicated and more honorable 9-11 truthers in the very early days. Asking tough questions about the official story got him nothing but harrasment and death-threats.... Here we ask Mr Walter a few serious questions about 9-11... and about his experiences with the whole truth movement overall....

THIS IS A MUST VIEW !!!

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16th October

Sunday 16th October 2011
Category: Daily Summary

#Occupy SYDNEY looms big

He would not give his name, age, occupation or reveal his motivations.

He's one of the people behind the "Occupy Sydney" protests and he says anonymity and the absence of leadership is what defines the movement.

He won't say how many people are involved or who they are.

As he and others prepare to camp out at Martin Place in Sydney CBD from tomorrow afternoon, protesters at "Occupy Wall Street" in New York ready themselves for a showdown with police after being told they had to clear out of the park they have been camping in since September 17.

The premise of "Occupy Sydney" is simple - "an assembly who are disaffected by the high-cost of living in Australia to come and decide as equals what we are doing about it", he said.

 

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Mississippee woman kills husband point blank

A woman opened fire on a puppy that had threatened children, but wound up shooting and killing her husband, police in the US state of Mississippi said.

Witnesses told police the pit bull, named Cocaine, lunged at some children and tried to attack them.

The dead man's son said the children were taken inside and his father picked the dog up.

It was then that police say Betty Walker fired twice, hitting the dog once and her husband once in the chest.

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Rick Perry: OIL above all else 10 stage plan

1. End all efforts at federal regulation of fracking by Big Oil.==== “Hydraulic fracturing has proven to be extremely safe forhuman health and the environment, and is successfully regulated at the state level.”

9 other lunatic ramblings by PERRY about big oil

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3 women in Zimbabwe charged with sex attacks

Police in Zimbabwe on Friday charged three women found in possession of 33 condoms containing semen with 17 counts of aggravated indecent assault in a case that may be a break in a string of sex attacks over the past two years by women targeting male hitchhikers.

Prosecutor Michael Reza told a court in Harare that the counts were for each of the 17 men who had positively identified the women as having sexually assaulted them in 2010 or 2011.

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Some analysts skeptical about weak "iran " link to plot

U.S. officials say they are certain the bizarre plot against Ambassador Adel Jubeir was real.

But some analysts say they are not. They find it unlikely that the Iranian government, or legitimate factions within, would be involved in such a tangled plot.

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Anti-NATO rally held in Turkey

Residents of the northeastern Turkish city of Trabzon have held a demonstration to protest against Ankara's decision to host a NATO radar missile system, Press TV reports.


On Saturday, the demonstrators warned that plans to allow NATO ships loaded with missiles to be deployed in the Black Sea and the eastern Mediterranean, as part of the so-called “missile-shield” system, would challenge Turkey's sovereignty.

The protesters carried a model of a missile embossed with an Israeli flag and the phrase “We don't want.”

 

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Ex-CIA Analyst Doesn’t Think Iran Govt. Behind Plot to Murder Saudi Envoy

A former analyst for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has told Australian radio that he doesn’t think the Iranian governent is behind the plot to kill the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the U.S., Adel al-Jubeir.

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Oil reserves sends US troops into UGANDA

President Obama has now quietly, without much fanfare, sent 100 US troops to help Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni crush rebels threatening his 25 year dictatorship.

In what is essentially a "reverse-Libyan-style" intervention, the US is sending troops to crush, not assist rebels rising up against their despotic ruler. Ironically, just as with Libya's rebels, Uganda's rebels are also listed as a foreign terrorist organization by the US State Department. Instead of the corporate-financier contrived International Criminal Court issuing fictitious warrants for Uganda's head of state, as was done with Qaddafi in Libya, it is the Ugandan rebel leader, Joseph Kony, who is being targeted.

The reason the US government is again supporting yet another corrupt tinpot dictator in Uganda is simple, and can be stated in one word: oil.

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The "fast + furious" Car salesman story that falls apart

The failed used car salesman Mansour J. Arbabsiar, who is accused in the “Iran kills Saudi ambassador” movie plot, is a hapless idiot and petty criminal whose businesses deals always went wrong. He couldn’t even match his socks, smoked marihuana and drank a lot of alcohol, was nonreligious, an opponent of the Iranian regime and only cared about money. A business man who knows him calls him “worthless” and his neighbors believed he was dealing in drugs.

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#Occupy Brisbane starts up

AFTER a wet morning, just over 100 people turned out at Brisbane's Post Office Square for the 10am launch of Occupy Brisbane, following the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations in the United States.

But by around 3pm Saturday, the number of protesters in the square had grown to around 200.

Protesters against social and economic inequality and widening income disparity are banding together across 1270 cities for a global day of protest.

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Hiding the inconvenient Satellite

The most sophisticated sea level satellite is Envisat. It doesn’t show any sea level rise since it was launched in 2002, so our friends in the sea level community tried to hide it by painting it almost invisible yellow and not normalising the data properly.

The animation above corrects those problems, and shows how completely bogus the claimed trend is.

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Will israel bomb IRAN without notifying USA?

The danger is that Netanyahu may seek to break out of the current political isolation by mounting a spectacular attack

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Accused Iranian said to be too lazy for plot..

An Iranian-born Texas man accused of an elaborate plot to kill the Saudi ambassador in Washington was a heavy drinker and flighty businessman who did not fit the profile of a cunning agent, according to people who knew him well.

They say they are stunned by the charges against him.

"Everybody was like, 'What, Jack?'" said Mitchel Hamauei, a friend who runs a Corpus Christi Mediterranean market and deli that Manssor "Jack" Arbabsiar frequented.

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Iran not behind the plot to Saudi royals says ANALYST

A former analyst for the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has told Australian radio that he doesn’t think the Iranian governent is behind the plot to kill the Saudi Arabian ambassador to the U.S., Adel al-Jubeir.

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US policy to IRAN: 1-way ticket to war

Kenneth Pollack helped literally co-author the blueprints for America's current policy toward Iran. Titled, "Which Path to Persia?" and published in 2009 for the Fortune 500-funded Brookings Institution, much of what was covered in the report had already gone operational before it hit the press. This included training, arming, and supporting terrorists within Iran, sanctions, US-funded uprisings, and covert attempts to provoke Iran into war.

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More brutality at Wall St NY

Previously, the NYPD has wildly assaulted crowds, attacked activists with pepper spray, and used questionable tactics to conduct mass arrests, but now they have bested their own record of brutality against the Occupy Wall Street protesters.

No less than two new incidents occurred:

A video has emerged of an individual being assaulted by an NYPD white shirt (which designates the officer as either a lieutenant, captain or inspector) for apparently no reason.

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"israel terror story" Just another sting for israel

Former head of the CIA’s bin Laden Unit, Michael Scheuer, says the the “Iran terror plot” is just another FBI sting, and talks about the real beneficiaries. He appeared on last night’s Freedom Watch with Judge Andrew Napolitano.

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Strauss-Khan in underage prostitution racket scandal

Only 24 hours after escaping  sexual assault charges in France, Dominique Strauss-Kahn has been implicated in an investigation into underage prostitution.

The former head of the International Monetary Fund is among politicians and business leaders allegedly named in a ‘black book’ of clients at a luxury hotel which was said to double as a brothel.

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#Occupy London Starts up @ London Stock Exchange

Protesters inspired by the growing 'Occupy Wall Street' movement in the U.S have today taken over the City of London.

Thousands have descended on the area known as the Square Mile - under the banner 'Occupy the Stock Exchange' - for a 'peaceful protest' against the global financial system.

They had planned to take Paternoster Square, where the Stock Exchange is located, but police cordoned off the area prior to the protest.

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Power bills rip off as Profits Soar for energy corporations

Profit margins at the ‘big six’ energy firms have leapt more than 700 per cent as millions worry about keeping warm this winter.

The average amount of profit per  customer has risen from £15 a year to £125 in just a few months, according  to the industry regulator Ofgem.

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Riot Curfews proposed by Home Office

The police will be given a public order power allowing them to clear the streets and tell the public to leave an area during a riot or other disorder, under proposals for curfews outlined by the Home Office.

The power entitles a police superintendent to declare a specific district a public "no go" area for a limited time – for the first time since the Riot Act was removed from the statute book for England and Wales in 1973.

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Rupert Murdoch Heckled, and heckled and heckled

The Protesters That Didn't Stop, Murdoch Heckled and Heckled and Heckled

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#Occupy protests spread as 1000's gather in Asia, Europe

Protests against widening income disparity took place across western Europe and Asia today as the Occupy Wall Street movement spread around the globe, with about 1,000 converging in London and 5,000 in Frankfurt.

In the U.K. capital, police barred protesters from entering Paternoster Square, home to the London Stock Exchange. In Frankfurt, marchers gathered by the European Central Bank headquarters, firing soap bubbles from toy pistols with plans to camp out, ZDF German television reported.

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Las Vegas on a losing streak

Wash out city loses with massive foreclosures.

Sitting in the poolside restaurant at the Trump International hotel in Las Vegas, my eye was taken by a saying by the inimitable 'Donald’ etched into a floor-to-ceiling mirror: 'As long as you’re going to be thinking anyway, think big.’

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UK hacker gary McKinnon stitched up by court ruling

The controversial Extradition Act under which Gary McKinnon faces being sent for trial in the U.S. is not biased against British citizens, a review has concluded. The verdict of the independent panel, to be made public as early as Tuesday, is certain to provoke claims of a whitewash.  The review, led by Lord Justice Scott Baker, was prompted by alarm over the case of Asperger’s sufferer Mr McKinnon, who is facing extradition on charges of computer hacking. But it has found that the 2003 Extradition Act is neither lopsided nor unfair. The panel will also rule  against the introduction of a so-called ‘forum bar’, which has long been demanded by Mr McKinnon’s supporters.

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Radioactive material found on Scottish beach

Scientists are continuing work at a beach where highly radioactive material was discovered.

Experts are conducting a "systematic clearance" of a 150-metre stretch of beach in Dalgety Bay, Fife, where a lump of contaminated metal was discovered a few days ago. The object was 10 times more contaminated than any found before at the beach.

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Citizens testing finds 20 hotspots in Tokyo

Takeo Hayashida signed on with a citizens’ group to test for radiation near his son’s baseball field in Tokyo after government officials told him they had no plans to check for fallout from the devastated Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant. Like Japan’s central government, local officials said there was nothing to fear in the capital, 160 miles from the disaster zone.

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Press TV claims royal family trying to take them off air

Ofcom has "succumbed to the British royal family's demands" to revoke the broadcasting licence of the Iranian state broadcaster's English-language outlet Press TV, the channel has claimed.

In a rambling statement posted on the Press TV website, the broadcaster said that officials at the media regulator, who were "influenced by powerful pro-Israeli politicians and US sympathisers", had succumbed to pressure from "members of the royal family and the government" and banned the channel from the British airwaves.

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NEWSCORP faces revolt by quarter of shareholders

Up to 25% of shareholders are expected to protest against Rupert, James and Lachlan Murdoch retaining their positions on the News Corporation board at the embattled media group's annual meeting in Los Angeles next week.

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UK Labour demands: Widen FOX probe

Labour has called for the probe into Liam Fox's links with friend and lobbyist Adam Werritty to be broadened despite his resignation as Defence Secretary.

The Opposition insisted the public still needed to know who profited from their close relationship and whether national security had been compromised.

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#Occupy Protestors in Australian cities

Joining the world-wide movement against corporate greed, hundreds of demonstrators made their voices heard in Australia's capital cities.

In Sydney, 600 protesters gathered in Martin Place and set up a campsite outside the Reserve Bank of Australia.Demonstrators also raised the plight of refugees and Aboriginal Australians and their concerns for the future financial situation at home and abroad.

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Sydney protestor arrested items seized in Martin Place

Police seized belongings, including tents, from protesters who had planned to camp in Sydney's city centre last night as part of the international Occupy Wall Street protest against corporate greed. One protester was arrested Riot Squad officers, including police on horseback, attended the protest in Martin Place.

About 200 people remained at the protest, Occupy Sydney, that had begun during the day and is based on the Occupy Wall Street movement started in September.

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Rome erupts into violence against corporate bankers

ITALIAN riot police fired tear gas and water cannons in Rome as violent protesters hijacked a peaceful demonstration against corporate greed, smashing bank windows, torching cars and hurling bottles.

Elsewhere, hundreds of thousands nicknamed “the indignant” marched without incident in cities across Europe and the world, including in Australia, as the “Occupy Wall Street” protests linked up with long-running demonstrations against European governments' austerity measures.

Heavy smoke billowed in downtown Rome as a small group broke away and wreaked havoc in streets close to the Colosseum and elsewhere in the city.

 

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Floods threaten Bangkok

The Thai military and civilian volunteers are continuing their efforts to try and stop Thailand's worst floods in decades from inundating the capital, Bangkok.

The first of a series of high tides came and went yesterday without serious flooding in the Bangkok city centre.

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Business Groups lose on Carbon Tax

It's taken many years. Dozens of government reports. Scores of inquiries, committees and discussion papers. But now, at last, Australia is within sight of a price on carbon.

The focus of the past couple of days in Parliament has rightly been on the government, and particularly the Prime Minister, who has now shepherded through the House of Representatives what will almost certainly be an enduring economic and environmental reform.

 

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Croc cage snaps with 2 inside in Darwin

Repairs are being made to a cage at a Darwin crocodile park after it broke yesterday afternoon with two people inside.

Onlookers say they heard a bang when a cable broke in the 'Cage of Death' and hit the bottom of the tank, all while a large saltwater crocodile was swimming nearby.

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Farm gate open to give miners access

CONSERVATION areas, prime farming land and horse breeding and winery regions will remain open to coal seam gas and coalmining under a confidential draft plan prepared for the NSW government to manage land use.

Proposed guidelines for determining where and how mining may occur, obtained by the Herald, also reveal that ''highly sensitive habitats'' could be mined as long as ''offsets'' of similar land are provided by a mining company.

The briefing document has been presented to a special reference group convened by the Minister for Planning, Brad Hazzard.

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Anyone for a great big fat tax?

The Western world is beginning to embrace measures to fight obesity but Australia is a conspicuous absentee.

HUNGARY has a hamburger tax, Denmark has just imposed the world's first fat tax, the US is debating a ''soda tax'' and now Britain is contemplating its own junk food levy.

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Shark Alert High on Gold Coast

Summer is only around the corner, but Queenslanders are on high alert after a record-breaking tiger shark was caught off Main Beach on the Gold Coast yesterday.

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Antibiotics to be used now in organically labelled fruits

The National Organic Standards Board has approved the use of oxytetracycline and streptomycin to control fire blight in organic pear and apple orchards.

However, the use was extended two years, not the five years sought by many producers and crop specialists speaking during the board's recent meeting in Seattle.

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QLD Storms kill 1 person

In Queensland, people are mopping up after severe thunderstorms and hail battered the south-east of the state, leaving one person dead and thousands of homes without power.

There were scores of road accidents because of the hail and a man was killed when two cars collided at Ormeau, the ABC reports.

Emergency services received more than 80 calls for help from people with minor roof damage from hail.

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Cleanup begins after QLD storms

The State Emergency Service (SES) says it received more than 80 calls for help, as the storms dumped hail and produced gusty winds and heavy rain in Brisbane, Ipswich and the Gold Coast.

There were scores of road accidents because of small hail and a man was killed when two cars collided at Ormeau.

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US officials question IRAN response

While President Barack Obama and top aides have been united this week in grave warnings over an alleged Iranian assassination plot, some US government officials are privately expressing disquiet that the outlandish-sounding plan has triggered US calls for stiff new action against Iran.
These officials, while not disputing many facts of the case, say that if anything, the scheme reveals weaknesses in Iran’s security agencies, and the increasingly fractured state of Iran’s government as it faces intense international pressure.

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Pledge in blood could cost Abbot $1 billion

THE Coalition faces a possible compensation bill of about $1 billion if it follows through on its promise to repeal the carbon tax upon being elected.

The Opposition Leader, Tony Abbott, has given a ''pledge in blood'' to repeal the laws if he becomes prime minister, saying they are ''socialism dressed up as environmentalism''.

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Disaster looms in Himalayas as glaciers melt

With the glaciers melting , there are fears of catastrophic floods for the villages below, writes Suzanne Goldenberg in Nepal.

It is strangely calming to watch the Imja glacier lake grow, as chunks of ice part from black cliffs and fall into the grey-green lake below.

But the lake is a high-altitude disaster in the making - one of dozens of danger zones emerging across the Himalayas as glaciers melt due to climate change. If the lake, at 5100 metres in Nepal's Everest region, breaks through its walls of glacial debris, known as moraine, it could release a deluge of water, mud and rock as far as 100 kilometres.

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Ships captain may have taken short cut.

TAURANGA, New Zealand: The vessel at the centre of New Zealand's worst maritime pollution disaster ran aground because the captain was taking a short cut, the New Zealand government has alleged.

The accusation was made as salvage crews prepared to pump oil from the stricken cargo ship Rena, which ran aground last week.

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Rioting in Rome over austerity protests

Thousands of demonstrators rallied across the globe on Saturday to denounce bankers, businessmen and politicians over the international economic crisis, with violence rocking Rome as angry protesters torched cars and smashed bank windows

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Banks feel pressure to cut jobs but Profit A-OK on track.

AUSTRALIA'S major banks are under pressure to cut jobs in response to flagging demand for credit despite being on track to deliver a record combined annual profit of more than $23 billion.

Three of the big four lenders - ANZ, Westpac and National Australia Bank - will release their results in the coming weeks, and analysts warn they may unveil cost-cutting plans.

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Nanobots and artificial muscles

NSW researchers have developed tiny artificial muscles that can twist like those in the trunk of an elephant or the arm of an octopus.

Made from a tough, flexible yarn spun from carbon nanotubes, they could speed up the design of futuristic nanobots that can travel through the body detecting and treating disease.

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$12,000 fine for insulting a gaming minister? WTF?

STATE Parliament is set to pass new legislation making it a criminal offence to "insult" Gaming Minister Michael O'Brien.

Fines of up to $11,945 will be given to anyone found guilty of upsetting the minister and his staff under the extraordinary new offence.

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Who or what is killing QLD racehorses?

Some suspect ticks, others foul play, in a baffling equine tragedy. Frank Robson investigates.

When a stranger rang Debbie Lee and her partner, Steve Hogno, to ask if they'd like to race their beloved quarter horses at a country club resort, the pair thought their dreams were finally coming true

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Three Gold coast fourteen yr olds mug a woman with knife

THREE Gold Coast teens have been charged after allegedly threatening a young woman with a knife and attempting to rob her at Main Beach. A 22-year-old woman was allegedly approached by two teenage boys and a teenage girl after getting off a bus on the corner of Gold Coast Highway and Tedder Ave around 9pm Friday.

One of the teenagers allegedly demanded money from the woman and appeared to be carrying a knife.

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International Occupy day hits GLOBAL stage

People across the world are holding protest rallies in the “International Occupy Day” for a cry of rage against poverty, corruption and corporate greed.

The demonstrations targeted 951 cities in 82 countries in Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia and Africa on Saturday, organizers told AFP.

Inspired by the "Occupy Wall Street" movement in the US, people took to the streets in Australia, Taiwan, and Japan in the opening hours of the global outcry.

 

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WorldWide protests against globalisation in pictures

Inspired by the Occupy Wall Street protest camp in New York, thousands of protesters in cities across the world have taken to the streets in anger at corporate greed and government cutbacks. This protester turned out in Taipei.

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Real Life SuperHero : Phoenix Jones

Benjamin Fodor, aka Seattle superhero "Phoenix Jones", speaks to the media after making a court appearance in Seattle, Washington. Prosecutors have so far declined to charge Fodor, a onetime mixed-martial arts competitor who was arrested on Sunday after he pepper-sprayed a group of nightclub patrons he believed were involved in a street brawl downtown.

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Earths' population reachs 7 billion people

The world's population looks set to smash through the seven billion barrier in the next few days, according to the United Nations.

It comes just 12 years since the total reached six billion - with official estimates saying the figure will top eight billion in 2025 and 10 billion before the end of the century.

And it is most likely the baby will be born in the Asia-Pacific region - where the population growth rate is higher than anywhere else in the world.

(BUT when they say there is a strain on earths resources remember this):

This whole article about population projected growth is absolute nonsense sprouted to implement UN Population reduction programs. The global population is actually declining. These are the countries with zero or declining populations. Ukraine: 0.8% natural decrease annually; 28% total population decrease by 2050 Russia: -0.6%; -22% Belarus -0.6%; -12% Bulgaria -0.5%; -34% Latvia -0.5%; -23% Lithuania -0.4%; -15% Hungary -0.3%; -11% Romania -0.2%; -29% Estonia -0.2%; -23% Moldova -0.2%; -21% Croatia -0.2%; -14% Germany -0.2%; -9% Czech Republic -0.1%; -8% Japan 0%; -21% Poland 0%; -17% Slovakia 0%; -12% Austria 0%; 8% increase Italy 0%; -5% Slovenia 0%; -5% Greece 0%; -4%

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The world will end next Friday..... really....

Doomsday preacher Harold Camping was left a laughing stock when his prediction that the world would end on May 21 failed to materialise.

But the 90-year-old Californian may well have the last laugh after revealing that date was in fact Judgment Day - a spiritual moment when the righteous would be chosen - and simply a warm-up for the Rapture which happens exactly five months later.

This means that Friday, October 21, will mark the start of the Apocalypse - when believers will be whisked away into heaven and hell will be unleashed on earth.

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Brazil recognises Palestine state

The Brazilian Foreign Ministry has announced that it recognizes the state of Palestine based on the borders before Israel occupied the West Bank in 1967.


Brazil made the decision in response to a request made earlier this year by acting Palestinian Authority (PA) chief Mahmoud Abbas to President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and also in line with Brazil's support for United Nations resolutions, which demand that Israel must end the complete occupation of the Palestinian territories, Bloomberg reported.

 

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UK BP OIL disaster: The Big FIX

 

15th October

Saturday 15th October 2011
Category: Daily Summary

Gillard threatens to step into Qantas dispute

The threat comes as scores of Federal MPs last night flew home in style aboard a luxury VIP jet, while other passengers were being charged up to $160 more for a domestic return ticket after Qantas slashed its services by almost 100 flights a week.

Ms Gillard said today the Fair Work Act enabled the government to play a role if a dispute escalated to the point where it had implications for the national economy or health and safety.

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Rainbow Warrior III floats again

Rainbow Warrior 3 is bigger, faster, greener and in better communication with the outside world than either of its predecessors.

It should be able to go most places under sail, for example. It's equipped with "black" and "grey" water systems to minimise fresh water requirements, and features a helicopter landing deck for the first time.

The question facing Greenpeace, though, as it celebrates the launch, is how the vessel should best be deployed in support of various environmental goals

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Scottish teen collapses and dies after Hair dye goes wrong

A SCOTTISH teenager collapsed in agony and died just 20 minutes after applying hair dye.

Tabatha McCourt, 17, began screaming in pain, pulling on her hair and vomiting before being held down by two people while she had a violent fit, her friends said.

McCourt's best friend, Heather Goodhall, called the emergency services, but paramedics who rushed to the house in Airdrie, central Scotland, were unable to save her, the Scottish Daily Record reported.

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Rents soar in OZ cities

Tenants are now paying about $60 more a week than they were a year ago, latest figures from Run Property show.

The Sydney suburbs of Edgecliff, Randwick, Ryde, Newtown, Surry Hills and Neutral Bay all recorded rent increases of more than 10 per cent for new tenancies in the past year, the report released today said.

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Mystery condition ages woman 50 years in just days

Doctors have been left baffled by a strange condition which saw a Vietnamese woman of 23 age 50 years in a matter of days.

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Australian country women tend to be more obese

A long-running study on Australian women's health also found country women had more problems accessing medical services and seeing specialists or a dentist.

But they were more likely to use alternative medicines and be satisfied with their lives compared to those in urban areas.

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MORE Storms tipped for Qld.

We’ve been pointing out a variety of attempts to push back on the First Amendment lately.

One fertile ground for such attacks are local politicians carrying the “cyberbullying” banner, in various attempts to magically outlaw being a “jerk” online, usually by making it illegal to offend someone online. Of course, making someone’s action illegal based on how someone else feels about it is all kinds of crazy.

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14th October

Friday 14th October 2011
Category: Daily Summary

OZ Defence sacks dozens after drug blitz

More than 40 soldiers, sailors and airmen were sacked for taking drugs in 2010-11, Defence figures show.

The Army discharged 30 soldiers for returning positive drug tests while the Air Force discharged five and the Navy sacked eight sailors.

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Dementia to skyrocket in Queanbeyan QLD.

QUEANBEYAN is at the heart of a NSW electorate expected to be hit by a looming dementia epidemic.

A new report shows rates of dementia in Eden-Monaro are expected to jump by 295 per cent by 2050.

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Lady Gaga bans Lady Goo Goo song

Lady Goo Goo, a baby with a long blonde fringe from the Moshi Monsters online game - owned by UK firm Mind Candy - released The Moshi Dance on YouTube.

But Lady Gaga's injunction has stopped its full release, Mind Candy said.

Law firm Mishcon de Reya confirmed it had represented Lady Gaga but said it could not comment further.

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Punching Boss in the head leads to $1000 fine

A 27-YEAR-OLD man had been fined $1000 for punching his boss in the head and perforating his eardrum.

The Mawson man pleaded guilty to assault occasioning actual bodily harm in Queanbeyan Local Court on Monday.

The court heard an argument broke out between the accused and his employer at their Young Street workplace about 9.15am on August 9.

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Gillard drops plan on refugees

CANBERRA: The Australian government yesterday abandoned its refugee swap deal with Malaysia and said it would now process asylum seekers on its soil in a major policy back flip that heads off an embarrassing defeat in Parliament.

A day after she celebrated passing landmark carbon tax laws through Parliament's lower house, Prime Minister Julia Gillard was forced to dump the refugee plan because she did not have the numbers to change migration laws to allow the swap.

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New "processing system " in place since backflip

IMMIGRATION authorities are scrambling to put in place new asylum-seeker processing arrangements that are expected to see most new arrivals out of detention within a month.

The move comes amid predictions of a rise on boat arrivals following Labor's decision to abandon offshore processing and soften the treatment of asylum-seekers who arrive by sea.

Despite an ongoing commitment to mandatory detention, the Gillard government intends to “draw down” on detainee numbers.

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Tesco sale glitch makes chocolate Orange eggs a REAL sale

For chocoholics, it was like all their Christmases had come at once.
A glitch at the tills in Tesco stores meant shoppers could buy Terry's Chocolate Oranges for just 29p – a saving of almost 90 per cent on the list price of £2.75. Shelves were cleared of the treat, a festive staple in many households, as word of the deal spread via the internet. One bargain-hunter snapped up 192 chocolate oranges for £56, a saving of £472.For chocoholics, it was like all their Christmases had come at once.

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Global Warming will make Chocolate a luxury item

The latest victim of climate change could well be something we all take for granted. It is delicious, ubiquitous, and most people cannot think of dessert without it.

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13th October

Thursday 13th October 2011
Category: Daily Summary

Bali hit by earthquake - tourists run from hotels

The Red Cross said 44 people in the south of the island suffered injuries, some with head injuries and broken bones from falling ceilings, with one person in a critical condition. It said one school and house collapsed .

The epicentre of the quake was about 160 km (100 miles) southwest of the island's capital Denpasar, the U.S. geological survey said.

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Strauss-Kahn charges dropped in France

PARIS — For the second time this year, legal officials chose on Thursday not to prosecute Dominique Strauss-Kahn on charges of attempted rape, despite what investigators here said was evidence of sexual assault, ending months of scandal that have tarnished a political career that once seemed destined to lead to the French presidency.

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28 die in plane crash in PNG

A plane crashed in stormy weather in Papua New Guinea's remote forests, killing 28 people and leaving only four survivors, officials said Friday.

Two pilots, one Australian and one from New Zealand, were among those who survived Thursday's crash on the South Pacific island nation's northern coast, Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said in a statement. One flight attendant and one passenger also survived, Airlines PNG said in a statement.

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Mars was earth-like for a few hours a day

Mars once had 'earthlike' conditions for at least a few hours a day, according to new research.

The findings make it more plausible that the planet could have supported life, though if the warm temperatures were only temporary that still remains unlikely.

Nonetheless, the pioneering findings were described as 'remarkable' and 'really cool' by one of the study's authors.

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Mass Genocide of Mohawk children by Queen found

BRANTFORD, ON, CANADA - Mass graves of Mohawk children have been uncovered by ground-penetrating radar at the Mohawk Institute, a residential school for Mohawk operated by the Church of England and the Vatican before its closure in 1970. 

According to Rev. Kevin Annett, Secretary of the International Tribunal for Crimes of Church and States (www.itccs.org), the Mohawk Institute was “set up by the Anglican Church of England in 1832 to imprison and destroy generations of Mohawk children. This very first Indian [First Nations] residential school in Canada lasted until 1970, and, like in most residential schools, more than half of the children imprisoned there never returned. Many of them are buried all around the school.”

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The mother of all Psy-ops : Latest Iran Bunkem

A Black Agenda Radio commentary by Glen Ford

To foment hysteria against Iran, “the administration is cooking up an almost comically infernal witches brew just in time for Halloween.” So fantastic is the American story of an Iranian assassination scheme, one is tempted to laugh – except that the farce shows how eager the Obama administration is to create war scenarios out of thin air. It is a psychological operation of the absurd, one that only “the typical American” will believe.

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12th October

Wednesday 12th October 2011
Category: Daily Summary

Occupy Wall st? Oy Vey Shalom,! The Chutzpah !

NEW YORK (JTA) -- Rachel Feldman originally had meant to attend a traditional synagogue Kol Nidre service. Aimee Weiss hadn’t found a place to daven but was looking for something more interesting than a “big box synagogue.”

Come Yom Kippur eve, they and several hundred other Jews found themselves drawn to lower Manhattan, where under the gaze of curious onlookers, they held an open-air Kol Nidre service organized to support the Occupy Wall Street protesters near Zuccotti Park.

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Activists challenge strawberry pesticide usage

Faced with the potential use of a dangerous pesticide methyl iodide to spray crops in their backyards, a group of Californian teenagers decided to stand up to the might of industrial agribusiness. Rosie Spinks reports

It's a short walk - about five or six steps - from the neat and cosy kitchen of Carolina Rios's family home to the edge of the strawberry fields that serve as her backyard. On a calm Monday evening in April, Carolina's father, Sabino (both pictured below), stands between two rows, his crisp white sweatshirt blending with the mist hanging over the farm.

 

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Brooklyn sign asks Jewish women to step aside for Jewish men

Yiddish signs briefly sprouted on Brooklyn trees asking Jewish women to step aside when a man walks down the sidewalk.

The plastic signs bolted to trees in the Brooklyn neighborhood of South Williamsburg read, in Yiddish, “Precious Jewish Daughters: Please move over to the side when you see a man cross,” the Brooklyn Paper reported last week.

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Flu shots have 250x safe limit of Mercury

Thimerosal is a widely used vaccine preservative that is present in the majority of flu shots and other vaccines. Thimerosal is 49% mercury by volume, an extremely toxic chemical element that wreaks havoc on the nervous system, neurological function, and overall biological function [1]. Each dose of flu vaccine contains around 25 micrograms of thimerosalover 250 times the Environmental Protection Agency’s safety limit of exposure.

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Friends at the top: 135 million loan: No Problem

The sister-in-law of John Podesta, President Obama's influential White House transition director, served as the lobbyist for a wind power firm that was just awarded a $135.8 million loan guarantee from the Department of Energy.

The company is Brookfield Asset Management. It boasts a board of nine directors, including New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's long-term girlfriend.

The Energy Department's promise to Brookfield marks the latest in controversial massive alternative energy loans to companies with strong ties to the Obama White House and to top Democrat lawmakers.

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End the GMO coverup. Demand labelling NOW

It is apparent that the biotech industry is hell-bent on taking over our food supply with genetically engineered organisms, and to label them would mean death to the industry because most people would not buy something contrived in a laboratory under questionable circumstances, slipped stealthily into the food supply via “substantial equivalence” and hidden from view by people with a history of supporting eugenics programs against useless eaters, if they knew about it. So, what to do?

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Chris Tucker could be homeless under foreclosure

Faced with the potential use of a dangerous pesticide methyl iodide to spray crops in their backyards, a group of Californian teenagers decided to stand up to the might of industrial agribusiness. Rosie Spinks reports

It's a short walk - about five or six steps - from the neat and cosy kitchen of Carolina Rios's family home to the edge of the strawberry fields that serve as her backyard. On a calm Monday evening in April, Carolina's father, Sabino (both pictured below), stands between two rows, his crisp white sweatshirt blending with the mist hanging over the farm.

 

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MJ tribute: Kids wearing iconic jackets

She may only be 13-years-old, but Paris Jackson oozed confidence as she took to the stage to honour her father's memory for the Michael Forever concert in Cardiff.

The teenager, accompanied by older brother Prince Michael, 14, and nine-year-old Blanket, beamed with pride as she mimicked Michael's iconic dress sense by wearing a Thriller jacket.

Prince also took inspiration from the King Of Pop, donning a leather jacket reminiscent from the Bad era of the eighties, while their younger sibling recaptured the Smooth Criminal outfit in a black jacket and tie, teamed with a red shirt and arm band to match.

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Amazing amateur pictures of solar system from backyards

From detailed solar flares to an amazing image of Jupiter and two of its moons, this tour of our solar system has been captured by an amateur British astronomer in his back garden.

Damian Peach, an electronic engineer from Selsey, West Sussex, has spent the last ten years documenting the changing face of our solar system.

Spending a relatively modest £10,000 on a high-speed telescope and electrical equipment, Mr Peach's crystal clear images are good enough to stand alongside those of Nasa and the European Southern Observatory in Chile.

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11th October

Tuesday 11th October 2011
Category: Daily Summary

Julia Gillard phones Bali pot boy

Desperate for political points, both Gillard and Kevin RUDD have been crambling for popularity with the 14 yr old marijuana offender.

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Too much free speech? We got a bill to fix that

We’ve been pointing out a variety of attempts to push back on the First Amendment lately.

One fertile ground for such attacks are local politicians carrying the “cyberbullying” banner, in various attempts to magically outlaw being a “jerk” online, usually by making it illegal to offend someone online. Of course, making someone’s action illegal based on how someone else feels about it is all kinds of crazy.

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Arctic ice gain phenomenal

Arctic Has Gained One Manhattan Of Ice Every 30 Seconds For The Last 30 Days

 

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Protestors intend to Occupy Washington DC

Organizers of an anti-war and anti-corporate greed protest in Washington say they intend to continue their demonstration longer than originally planned.

Although the October 2011 Stop the Machine demonstration was scheduled to wrap up Sunday, U.S. Park Police say the permit for the protest technically runs through Monday. The extra time is meant to allow the demonstrators to break down their stage and other equipment.

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Egypt orders probes after copts deaths by Security Forces

EGYPT'S military rulers have ordered a speedy probe into clashes that killed 25 people, mostly Coptic Christians, as the cabinet held crisis talks amid fears of wider sectarian unrest.

The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) "tasked the government with quickly forming a fact finding committee to determine what happened", in a statement read on state television.

It called for "all measures against all those proven to have been involved, either directly or by incitement".

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Brain rejects negative thoughts

One reason optimists retain a positive outlook even in the face of evidence to the contrary has been discovered, say researchers.

A study, published in Nature Neuroscience, suggests the brain is very good at processing good news about the future.

However, in some people, anything negative is practically ignored - with them retaining a positive world view

 

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Orthodox Jews causing trouble in israel

As the children and their mothers make their way home, intimidating pickets of ultra-orthodox Jewish men have been waiting for them a little way up the street - some, say the families, have thrown stones and tomatoes and faeces as they have tried to pass.

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Ocean trawl reveals MEGAVIRUS

The largest virus yet discovered has been isolated from ocean water pulled up off the coast of Chile.

Called Megavirus chilensis, it is 10 to 20 times longer than the average virus

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Real-Life Jedi pushing limits of Mind Control

The inner workings of the brain can now be read using low cost hardware

You don't have to be a Jedi to make things move with your mind.

Granted, we may not be able to lift a spaceship out of a swamp like Yoda does in The Empire Strikes Back, but it is possible to steer a model car, drive a wheelchair and control a robotic exoskeleton with just your thoughts.

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Farmer takes on mining giant over drilling

CATTLE farmer Ian Moore may be legally blind but he says the spread of mining through the Hunter Valley has been impossible to miss.

‘‘We’ve lived with mines in the Singleton Shire all my life, it’s only the last probably 10 years they’ve got out of control and farmers are just second-class citizens,’’ he said.

Mr Moore, 62, and his wife Robyn are headed to the Land and Environment Court next month in a contentious case to try to stop NuCoal Resources from conducting exploratory drilling on his land at Jerrys Plains, in preparation for a major longwall mining project.

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Coal Seam exploration HALTED

EASTERN Star Gas has halted exploratory drilling for its liquefied natural gas project following a heated community protest.

Not long after the company’s contractors set up a drill rig next to the Hunter River at Stockton yesterday it was surrounded by about 20 angry residents.

The rig’s operators were forced to shut the machinery down when some residents entered the designated work area.

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Children banned from blowing up balloons under EU rule

The EU toy safety directive, agreed and implemented by Government, states that balloons must not be blown up by unsupervised children under the age of eight, in case they accidentally swallow them and choke.

Despite having been popular favourites for generations of children, party games including whistles and magnetic fishing games are to be banned because their small parts or chemicals used in making them are decreed to be too risky.

 

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Conclusive Link Now Admitted: Swine Flu Vaccine Causes Chronic Nervous System Disorders

As the children and their mothers make their way home, intimidating pickets of ultra-orthodox Jewish men have been waiting for them a little way up the street - some, say the families, have thrown stones and tomatoes and faeces as they have tried to pass.

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Siberia: Home to the Yeti - Bigfoot experts insist

The vast Siberian tundra holds untold mysteries, from once-secret nuclear installations to alleged UFO crash sites.

Now, a team of scientists say they are "95%" sure that Russia's wintry expanse is home to the mythical yeti, otherwise known as the abominable snowman.

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Troops feel Mental Illness stress

The fate of military veterans suffering mental illness is "a stain on our country", an MP has said as he helped launch a charity campaign.

Figures released by the Combat Stress charity showed more than four in five still feel shame and embarrassment at their conditions.

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10th October

Monday 10th October 2011
Category: Daily Summary

 

Teen claims bali dealer pushed him to buy

THE 14-year-old NSW boy arrested in Bali last week for marijuana possession allegedly told police that he was "coerced" into buying the drugs.

As the boy yesterday endured his sixth day in police custody, it emerged that the teenager claimed he purchased the 3.6g of marijuana after the alleged drug dealer "pushed" him.

Australia's ambassador to Jakarta, Greg Moriarty, who made a mercy dash to Bali on Saturday, met again yesterday at police headquarters with the boy's lawyer Mohammad Rifan, his psychiatrist and the boy's parents.

 

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Teen Arrested with marijuana in Bali to spend weeks in jail

AN Australian boy allegedly caught with a small amount of marijuana in Bali is likely to remain in custody for weeks, if not months, even if authorities recommend he should be released into the custody of his parents.

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Soldier reports sex assault in Afghanistan

She may only be 13-years-old, but Paris Jackson oozed confidence as she took to the stage to honour her father's memory for the Michael Forever concert in Cardiff.

The teenager, accompanied by older brother Prince Michael, 14, and nine-year-old Blanket, beamed with pride as she mimicked Michael's iconic dress sense by wearing a Thriller jacket.

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President Saleh to seek treatment outside Yemen

According to high ranking ruling party members, President Ali Abdullah Saleh would be planning to leave the country yet again to seek further medical treatments.

Others are saying that Saleh already left for a European country, allegedly Germany. The Yemen Post could not however independently verify those claims.

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Thousands left in the dark in Qld Storms in Australia

ONLY 24 hours after severe thunderstorms battered south-east Queensland with winds, flash flooding and hail, blue skies and sunshine are forecast for today.

More than 16,500 homes lost power yesterday after storm cells formed overnight and came in from the west. About 25,000 lightning strikes were recorded and gale force winds of up to 130 km/h ripped through the region, bringing down power lines at Jindalee.

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Money dispute may end Simpsons

It looks like The Simpsons—20th Century Fox Television’s multibillion-dollar cash cow, the anchor of the Fox network’s Sunday primetime schedule, and the longest-running sitcom in the history of broadcasting—might stop production after the current 23rd season ends next spring.

The reason is a negotiating impasse between the studio and the six principal actors who voice the beloved characters on the animated series that hilariously satirizes middle-class Midwestern angst.

 

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Milky way home to gas snakes

This is the Milky Way as you’ve never seen it before. The first published image of turbulent gas in our galaxy – based on data collected by a team which included the University of Tasmania’s Professor John Dickey  – has been likened to a pit of writhing snakes.

The picture, published by the journal Nature today, shows that the space between the stars is filled with gas that continually swirls and churns.

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Legal Brothels sex slave links

LEGAL brothels in Victoria and New South Wales are operating unchecked despite police investigations implicating them in human trafficking, sex slavery and organised crime.

Two Australian Federal Police investigations - Operations Elixation and Raspberry - have identified at least three Melbourne brothels and two in Sydney linked to an international sex slavery ring.

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Aussie firms placed well to grow in ASIA

SYDNEY, Oct 10 AAP - Asia is the world's top target for companies looking to grow, and many Australian businesses have the financial strength to spread into the region, new research says.

The latest half-yearly Capital Confidence Barometer from financial advisers Ernst & Young shows local businesses are cautious because of the extreme market volatility, but that has put them in an enviable financial position.

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Bleak future for ALPS without snow

AUSTRALIA'S ski slopes could be completely bare of natural winter snow by 2050 unless concerted action is taken against global warming, according to a government-commissioned report that paints a grim picture of the effects of climate change on alpine areas.

The report, Caring For Our Australian Alps Catchments, has found that the Alps, which stretch from Victoria through NSW to the ACT, face an average temperature rise of between 0.6 and 2.9 degrees by 2050, depending on how much action countries take to combat climate change.

 

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VODAPHONE considering charging for videomail

Vodafone Australia has today confirmed it’s considering charging users up to a maximum $5 per month to gain access to Visual Voicemail services.

 

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Doctors Say dont enlarge your PENIS

Havana - A leading Cuban sexologist on Saturday urged young men who are worried about the size of their penis not to take advantage of the communist nation's free health care to have surgery to enlarge their manhood.

"It is not necessary that the penis be so long to encourage a woman... because she has many areas of erotic stimulation," said Ramiro Fragas, a sex expert at the Ministry of Public Health.

 

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9th October

Euro fear as Spain Italy debt ratings downgraded

The eurozone crisis intensified on Friday when Spain and Italy were downgraded by the ratings agency Fitch, heightening fears over the health of Europe's banks.

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Paris Jackson wears Michaels Jacket

She may only be 13-years-old, but Paris Jackson oozed confidence as she took to the stage to honour her father's memory for the Michael Forever concert in Cardiff.

The teenager, accompanied by older brother Prince Michael, 14, and nine-year-old Blanket, beamed with pride as she mimicked Michael's iconic dress sense by wearing a Thriller jacket.

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UK ex- Servicemen feel sense of Betrayal

The eurozone crisis intensified on Friday when Spain and Italy were downgraded by the ratings agency Fitch, heightening fears over the health of Europe's banks.

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Lava builds over Alaskan Volcano threatens planes

Lava has reached the edge of a crater in a volcano in Alaska's remote Aleutian Islands, indicating the mountain could explode and send up an ash cloud that could threaten aircraft.

The Alaska Volcano Observatory says satellite images show lava at the edge of the crater rim of 5,675-foot Cleveland Mountain on uninhabited on Chuginadak Island, about 940 miles southwest of Anchorage.

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Casulties mount in Fukishima Radiation war

Today, October 7, 2011 is fully 211 days into the Darkness of a radioactive Japanese War without any “Booms” from nuclear bombs. We have, apparently, only had Hydrogen gas explosions and fires as 10,000 tons of lethal, radioactive reactor cores spread their filthy poison all over the earth.

Nuclear, Biological and Chemical (NBC) warfare precautions and protective gear are required in many parts of Japan and are not available. That’s true even in Tokyo, a metropolitan area of some 30 Million people. As a result, the population is being sacrificed in place to save face for the Japanese politicians and GE.

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ADL assails Palestinian UN Membership - Stephen Lendman

For nearly a century, ADL falsely called itself "the nation's premier civil rights/human relations agency (fighting) anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry...."

In fact, all along it fronted for Jewish supremacy. After Israel's 1948 creation, it backed Israeli rights over Arabs, including by occupation and belligerently enforced apartheid.

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Afghan Civil war likely

A British government review of the Afghan conflict is to warn that there are "significant risks" of civil war or a Taliban takeover of the south and east of the country after Nato withdraws its combat troops at the end of the 2014.

On the 10th anniversary of the start of the war, military progress is patchy with fighting still intense in the east and in parts of Helmand province. Over the past few days, British troops have been sent in to the thick of a bloody, drawn-out struggle along the Helmand river valley, taking over a fiercely contested area from US marines a few miles south of Sangin town, the site of the UK's heaviest losses since its forces moved into the province in 2006.

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Mugabe blames west for arab spring

Robert Mugabe, the president of Zimbabwe, has expressed sympathy with autocrats toppled in the Arab spring, blaming their downfall on the "machinations of the imperialists".

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GMO foods causes organ disruption in animals: Study

It seem as if those who are vehemently opposed to genetically modified (GM) food aren’t crazy after all.

To be sure, a recently published research paper claims the intake of GM-based food can lead to substantial organ disruptions in rats and mice.

According to Natural News, the paper - which is based on 19 separate studies - concludes the disruptions occur primarily in the liver and kidney

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11 facts you need to know about the biggest banks

The Occupy Wall Street protests that began in New York City more than three weeks ago have now spread across the country. The choice of Wall Street as the focal point for the protests — as even Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said — makes sense due to the big bank malfeasance that led to the Great Recession.

 

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Dozens of US paratroopers hurt in freak accidents

Dozens of U.S. Army paratroopers have been hurt during a massive airborne drop in Germany.

Sixteen of the 47 injured men are still in hospital, two of them in intensive care after the jump involving 1,000 soldiers went terribly wrong. They suffered head, spine and pelvic injuries.

 

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Official Story = 9-11 BULLSHIT

1. Here is how the world has changed since 911. Before 911, Israel could kill Americans and Egyptians and no one would give a shit. After 911 when Israel kills Egyptians the Egyptian people rise up and drive the Israelis out of their country. Back in the US after 911 when Israelis kill Americans no one gives a shit.

So fuck all of you who want to talk about how 911 changed the world. And I’m sure that today’s football games will be utterly insufferable for their 911 commemorations.

If you are not pissed off... you are either on medication or YOU SHOULD BE...

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Heres how the official fairy tale goes... Once upon a time..

The Official Version of 9/11 goes something like this…

Directed by a beardy-guy from a cave in Afghanistan, nineteen hard-drinking, coke-snorting, devout Muslims enjoy lap dances before their mission to meet Allah…

Using nothing more than craft knifes, they overpower cabin crew, passengers and pilots on four planes… 

And hangover or not, they manage to give the world’s most sophisticated air defense system the slip…

But nobody ever lived happily ever after......

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Occupy Dalls and 9-11 Truth

Sometimes, even 9/11 Truthers are duped by the media's deceptions. They do not realize how large our 9/11 Truth Movement has grown in recent years. A tremendous number of people are aware of 9/11 Truth. A tremendous number. This fact is not reported by the media.

The crowds at "Occupy Dallas" are proof to the growing number of people who are aware of 9/11 Truth.

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Occupy Wall St hits Olympia

The increasingly popular Occupy Wall Street movement has come to Olympia.

An event is planned for Sylvester Park on Friday night and will coincide with the annual Fall Arts Walk, which brings thousands of visitors to downtown Olympia.

A Facebook page for the Occupy Olympia group already has more than 300 “likes” as of Thursday morning and more than 90 have signed up to attend.

Brilliant Summary

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Feds order all pot Houses to close shop

Federal prosecutors in California are threatening to shut down medical marijuana dispensaries throughout the state, sending letters to warn landlords to stop sales of the drug within 45 days or face the possibility that their property will be seized and they will be sent to prison.

The stepped-up enforcement appears to be a major escalation in the Obama administration’s bid to rein in the explosive spread of medical marijuana outlets that was accelerated by the announcement that federal prosecutors would not target people using medical marijuana in states that allow it.

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8th October

Saturday October 8th, 2011
Category: Daily Summary

Stroke victim stuck at South Pole

The manager of the U.S. South Pole station wants to be evacuated, saying she suffered a stroke more than a month ago. But U.S. polar officials say she'll have to wait until special ski-equipped airplanes can land at the frozen base several weeks from now.

The dispute between site manager Renee-Nicole Douceur, the National Science Foundation and the operator of the base, Raytheon Polar Services, has been simmering since Douceur said she suffered a stroke on Aug. 27. The physician at the U.S.-run Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station recommended her immediate evacuation. But consulting doctors hired by Raytheon and the NSF disagreed.

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Prozac turned teen into a monster

The headline from the Winnipeg Free Press in Canada tells the story: "Judge Agrees Prozac Made Teen a Killer." Provincial court judge Robert Heinrichs listened to expert psychiatric testimony for the defense by Peter R. Breggin, MD and weighed it against testimony for the prosecution by a Canadian psychiatrist.

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Soil contamination in TOKYO Japan

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Measures Soil Contamination in Shinjuku

And it is higher, much higher than the Ministry of Education's aerial survey indicates.

First, to recap, according to the just released Ministry of Education's aerial survey of radioactive cesium deposition in Tokyo, most of Tokyo has less than 10,000 becquerels/square meter of radioactive cesium, with the exception of the western-most Okutama and the eastern special wards ("ku") bordering Chiba Prefecture to the east.

 

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FEDS announce crackdown on Pot dispensaries

Federal authorities in California vowed to shut down dozens of pot growing and sales operations in a major crackdown, saying the worst offenders are using the cover of medical marijuana to act as storefront drug dealers.

The aggressive crackdown comes a little more than two months after the Obama administration toughened its stand on medical marijuana.

Prosecutors Friday described it as the first coordinated statewide offensive against marijuana dealers and suppliers who use California's 15-year-old medical marijuana law as legal cover for running sophisticated drug trafficking ventures in plain sight.

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Nebraska Governor asks Clinton to re-route oil pipeline

Nebraska Governor Dave Heineman asked Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Friday to reroute a proposed oil pipeline from Canada to Texas so that it avoids crossing a major underground aquifer in his state.

In a letter to the State Department, Heineman said Clinton has the authority to change the route of the $7 billion Keystone pipeline if it is in the national interest.

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7th October

Friday October 7th, 2011
Category: Daily Summary

 

 

Berlusconi causes outrage at "pussy party" quip

Sometimes, even 9/11 Truthers are duped by the media's deceptions. They do not realize how large our 9/11 Truth Movement has grown in recent years. A tremendous number of people are aware of 9/11 Truth. A tremendous number. This fact is not reported by the media.

The crowds at "Occupy Dallas" are proof to the growing number of people who are aware of 9/11 Truth.

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UK Winter weather warning -20 C

Britain is just weeks away from being in the grip of temperatures as low as -20C, forecasters have predicted. Parts of Britain already saw snow this week, with two inches falling in the Cairngorms in Scotland.

The rest of Britain is being warned to brace itself for wintry conditions and falling snow from the beginning of November.

And it looks like the colder weather is already on its way - as temperatures today plunged in certain areas to just 8C - a staggering 21.5C below last weekend's record highs - with the wind chill making it feel decidedly colder.

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The Moon is a treasure trove of TITANIUM Ores

A modern day treasure map has been created showing a trove of precious metals found on the moon.

Scientists have revealed Nasa's robotic spacecraft currently orbiting the moon has made a chart showing areas on the surface that are rich in valuable titanium ores.

It is believed the map could be the key to unlocking more of the moon's secrets and working out what lies beneath its surface.

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6th October

Thursday October 6th, 2011
Category: Daily Summary

Coalition losing badly in Afghanistan

Lets face it ... its not going well.. .

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France to tax sugar drinks- Aspartame exempted

Neurotoxic Chemicals get the tax free stamp

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Is all of Modern Physics wrong?

The world as we know it is on the brink of disintegration, on the verge of dissolution.

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Bodies pile up at Cook County Morgue

CHICAGO (CBS) — The Cook County Morgue is once again double-stacking bodies on trays in its cooler.

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15 questions for John "zionist" Stewart

Fifteen Questions for John Stewart
by Liam Scheff

1. Why did her superiors in the FBI sabotage FBI agent Colleen Rowley’s investigation of suspected terrorists prior to the 9/11 attacks, but later either keep their jobs, or receive promotions? Contd.... Read More..

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Galaxy hangs on a cosmic Thread

Sitting like a bead on a cosmic thread, Australian astronomers have identified our galaxy's position in the large scale structure of the cosmos.

Dr Stefan Keller from the Research School of Astronomy and Astrophysics at the Australian National University and colleagues made the discovery while studying ancient balls of tightly packed stars called globular clusters.

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Dick Cheney admits abusing human rights + using terrorist methods

In a robust defence of what he called "enhanced interrogation", Cheney said it produced "phenomenal" results and dismissed the Obama administration's investigations of its legality as "objectionable" and a "terrible precedent". '.

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The CURE 's Robert Smith on Londons Riots:

He no longer lives in London, but followed the recent riots on TV. "I'm old enough to remember the Brixton riots – I remember the police and the miners' strike and how very brutal that was, and it was a very different thing, it felt very political. This sort of is – but it also isn't, because people are breaking into stores just to steal stuff.

That's where it all breaks down. It's wanton destruction in many ways. It's really sad. You can sort of understand, because a million people go on a march to try to stop a war and nobody takes any notice.

But you don't respond to it by stealing trainers and burning down fucking doughnut shops." It is, he thinks, "a dream come true for Theresa May … it just paves the way for the police to be armed, curfews to be put in. It's like we're all sliding inexorably towards this fucking police state, populated with roaming gangs, like a 2000AD comic." READ More.....

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Arab muslims not capable of 9-11 : Former Malaysia PM

THE long-serving former Malaysian prime minister Mahathir Mohamad says Arab Muslims were incapable of carrying out the 9/11 attacks on the United States that killed nearly 3,000 people.

The ageing firebrand, who was in power in Malaysia at the time of the attacks and stepped down in 2003 after 22 years in power, slammed former US president George W. Bush ahead of the 10-year anniversary Sunday of 9/11.
Washington blames the attacks on al-Qaeda.

“Bush lied about Saddam’s weapons of mass destruction… If they can lie so as to kill Iraqis, Afghans and American soldiers, it is not unthinkable for Bush & Co to lie about who was responsible for 9/11,” the 86-year-old wrote in his blog Friday.

Listing out reasons in line with a conspiracy theory that the US government was behind the attacks, he wrote the Twin Towers in New York “came down nicely upon themselves”.

“I believe Arab Muslims are angry enough to sacrifice their lives and become suicide bombers.

“But they or their handlers do not strike me as capable of planning and strategising such attacks so as to maximise the damage to the enemy,” he said.

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NYC + Washington in fit of paranoia over bullshit 9-11 threat

Bullshit Bullshit Bullshit. Thats all I have to say. The same old PNAC bobble heads have all the juice. (as usual)

Joe Biden, the Vice President, said US intelligence had "specific" information from a "credible source" that a plot involving "a car bomb" may be under way. However he stressed: "We don't have a smoking gun." Hillary Clinton, the Secretary of State, named al-Qaeda as being behind the suspected threat. YEH Riiiiiiiiight

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Ahmadinejad - US used 9-11 to start wars

The Iranian president says the United States used the Sept. 11 attacks as an excuse for launching wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the attacks were a "complicated, designed game" to affect people's emotions and pave way for the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq.

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Full Version - In Plane Site -Dave von Kleist

Possibly one of the best 9-11 truth videos ever released

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The dog " that did not bark "

If the events of 9-11 were truly a surprise to the United States Government then there is no way the Secret Service could have known there wasn't a hijacked or stolen plane heading towards Booker Elementary School that very second.

The Secret Service did nothing. The dog did not bark.

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FEMA already in NYC the night before 9-11

They had their pieces in place BEFORE they made their move.

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Dragging out the "heroes" ten years too late

Here we have a John O Neill wannabe...

Like millions of people around the world, former US intelligence operative Haig Melkessetian remembers exactly what he was doing on the morning of September 11, 2001, when al-Qaeda terrorists attacked New York and Washington. But even as he learnt of the carnage, he felt sick with anger and frustration. 

Over the preceding two years, Melkessetian had taken part in two separate investigations in the Middle East which might have thwarted the (9-11) attacks – only to find his work dismissed as irrelevant.

THIS IS A MUST READ !!!

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OLDER MAIN Site ARCHIVES

 

 

9-11 Dumpsite: Radioactive Hoptspot

Radiological surveys done of Manhattan Spiked over the 9-11 dumpsite known as "Fresh Kills" . See the images..

The Urban Moving system scam

Domenik Suiter and his band of merry men AKA Mossad logistical support exposed by FOI releases. View the EVIDENCE .

JUST Who was Yakobi Alexander + Odigo?

The instant messaging service that warned online Hebrew Speaking chatters. Heres the truth about Odigo Messaging.. READ HERE...

Sept 11 Nuclear Demolition

The Russian Military Officer who had the Demolition plans back in the 70's explains the nuclear Demolitions READ MORE

 

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BBC reads 9-11 script about WTC 7 - a Full 20 mins too early

Jane Standley made False flag history being busted reporting a future event on BBC . See the vids..

Sept - 11 9th anniversary VIDEO SPECIAL

The Sept 9th Anniversary Message of 9-11- 5 Dancing Israelis- Police Chief + more View the PAGE...

Sept 11 + 9-11 the NWO connection

600 Billion in Gold Bullion went from the WTC complex under the watchful eye of Marvin Bush.. READ HERE... .

Israeli Connections to 9-11

The truckbombs and the fingerprints of israel were all over Sept 11th event READ MORE

 

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**Featured** MartinJetpack @5000ft

The Martin personal Jetpack can now lift a human being at heights of 5000 ft or more.. . See the vid..

4th Dimensional thinking with Dr Carl Sagan

Classic Carl Sagan as we feature a brilliant COSMOS episode about dimensions.. View the video.

Clinton admits: USA created Al Qaeda!

As bold as brass lately. Here she admits CFR giving her Orders.. See this Video + Losing theinfowar

The Interviews and Phone calls

All the important calls, interviews and Research Videos layed out for you VIEW LIST ...

Urban Moving Systems *FEATURE STORY*

Mossad agents crawling all over New York all let go free without charge ... read more...

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Odigo Messaging + Comverse *FEATURE STORY*

Yakobi Alexander and the Odigo Instant chat messaging service. Read how the truth has been twisted around through media ... read more...

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Core Of Corruption

Never before has so many rare videos surfaced and so much evidence been collated so professionally to show a Complete Criminal Network of fraud behind 9-11. read more...

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Dimitri Khalezov 9-11 Nuclear Demolition

Using nukes for demolitions isnt new.. Just ask Dimitri. read more...

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BIN LADEN BULLSHIT

We have kept track of all death notices since they emerged in December 2001 right up until almost ten years later in 2011 Obama somewhat arrogantly declared him dead. Now the regiment that killed Osama according to the official account is now sanitised, I guess we'll never really know now... read more...

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