by Michael Edward Blueplague.org Sunday February 20th 2011 The Gulf Blue Plague is Sanctioned Bio-terrorism While the vast majority of Americans were deceived into focusing their attention solely on BP’s underwater “dog and pony video show” and professed chemical “dispersants,” the biological war initiated within the Gulf of Mexico battleground was already a raging... »
Archive for February 19th, 2011
Mubarak Toppled by CIA Because He Opposed US Plans for War with Iran; US Eyes Seizure of Suez Canal; Was this the Threat that Forced Mubarak to Quit?
Webster G. Tarpley, Ph.D. TARPLEY.net February 18, 2011 Washington DC, Feb. 18, 2011 — There never was an “Egyptian revolution,” but rather a behind-the-scenes military putsch by a junta of CIA puppet generals who evidently could not succeed in their goal of ousting Hosni Mubarak without the help of a heavy-duty ultimatum from Washington... »
Mail.com Saturday, February 19, 2011 BILBAO, Spain (AP) — Tens of thousands of separatists rallied in the troubled northern Basque region on Saturday to demand from the government that it allows a newly launched pro-independence party to run in upcoming elections. Those behind the party, called Sortu, insist it rejects armed group ETA’s violence... »
After Egypt’s revolution, the people have lost their fear IndependentUK Saturday, 19 February 2011 “Massacre – it’s a massacre,” the doctors were shouting. Three dead. Four dead. One man was carried past me on a stretcher in the emergency room, blood spurting on to the floor from a massive bullet wound in his thigh.... »
Regime accused of hiring foreign mercenaries as clashes between supporters and pro-democracy demonstrators in the country’s second city escalate By Andrew Johnson and Susie Mesure IndependentUK Sunday, 20 February 2011 Libya was approaching a “tipping point” last night as widespread protests against Colonel Gaddafi’s regime were met with increasing violence from security forces. Dozens... »
Massacre in the Middle East: Horrific video captures Bahrain troops gunning down peaceful protesters in the street
DailyMailUK 19th February 2011 Up to 120 killed in three days in Libya as Gaddafi drives tough crackdown 1,000 believed injured as troops fire on demonstrators Protesters torch government buildings and hijack radio station Soldiers withdrawn from Bahrain streets but demos continue Student shot dead in Yemen on tenth day of protests Iran opposition... »
Gaddafi confronts the most serious challenge to his 42-year rule by unleashing army on unarmed demonstrators Peter Beaumont and Martin Chulov in Bahrain Guardian.co.uk Saturday 19 February 2011 Colonel Muammar Gaddafi is confronting the most serious challenge to his 42-year rule as leader of Libya by unleashing his army on unarmed protesters. Unlike the... »
by Gonzalo Lira FinancialSense.com Fri, 18 Feb 2011 Last week, a bit of news came out that—weirdly—didn’t garner the attention or the reaction one would have thought it would: The U.S. Federal government deficit for fiscal year 2011 was revised to $1.645 trillion. That revision was up from the previous estimate of $1.4 trillion,... »
Declan McCullagh CNET News February 18, 2011 A Senate proposal that has become known as the Internet “kill switch” bill was reintroduced this week, with a tweak its backers say eliminates the possibility of an Egypt-style disconnection happening in the United States. As CNET reported last month, the 221-page bill hands Homeland Security the... »
Federal Reserve ultimate protector of the banking class – Fed Reserve sends a thank you to American middle class and world for bailing out the banks with a gift of inflation. MIT chart tracking millions of items shows much higher inflation than CPI.
Mybudget360.com The Federal Reserve has one clear mandate. That mandate involves protecting the biggest investment and commercial banks on Wall Street at the expense of the American people. This deflation of quality of life is being felt in the most clandestine and subtle ways like a shift in the wind. The Federal Reserve through... »