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Robbery and Swindle in Greece

RT June 29, 2011 On the streets of Athens the voices of discontent are growing louder. From the next bailout installment the Greek politicians are eager to receive, the people will not get a penny, experts believe. “Not a cent of this bailout money actually comes into the Greek economy,” author and economic analyst Nick Skrekas told RT. “It all goes out into interest payments and repayments.” Whilst the battle is ...Read full article...

Do you need a pesticide? Try Canola Oil

And if Canola Oil is not your thing, how about Soybean Oil? NaturalNews.com June 29, 2011 In a shocking new video, Mike Adams (the Health Ranger) reveals that common cooking oils such as canola oil and soybean oil are used as key active ingredients in pesticide products because they work so effectively to kill bugs. The video shows how one pesticide product that kills insects is made with 96% ...Read full article...

Greek Parliament approves Austerity Package

While the Greek government surrendered to the IMF and World Bank demands for more spending cuts, the streets of Athens saw an increase in protests with thousands of citizens taking on police. Associated Press June 29, 2011 Greece’s lawmakers approved a key austerity bill Wednesday needed to avert default, despite a second day of rioting on the streets of Athens that left dozens of police and protesters injured. The ...Read full article...

Obama Administration: Don’t Need no Stinking Congressional Approval

While the current US president seems to have forgotten what law he must obey, and as US and NATO bomb Tripoli, Obama says such military action does not qualify as hostilities. The administration also lies about the “no troops on the ground” claim. Intelligence shows US special operations troops are already in Libyan territory. Washington Post June 28, 2011 A State Department lawyer arrived on Capitol Hill Tuesday with ...Read full article...

Greeks Enraged as the Parliament is set to approve Austerity plan

Thousands of Greeks arrive at the Parliament’s building to press their representatives to reject the new austerity package. Reuters June 28, 2011 Anti-austerity protests turned violent in Athens on Tuesday as the European Union warned Greek lawmakers the country faces immediate default unless they back an unpopular economic plan this week. Hooded youths throwing stones and wielding sticks set fire to garbage bins and a telecoms truck outside parliament ...Read full article...

TSA Airport Scanner Operators Suffering from Cancer

by Luis R. Miranda The Real Agenda June 28, 2011 It took only a few years for the consequences of exposure to airport scanner radiation to come out. TSA airport scanner operators and other personnel discovered what are called clusters of cancer in their bodies after only a decade or so of working with these machines. The discovery of this information was done after the Electronic Privacy Information Center ...Read full article...

Radioactive water leaks from Japan’s damaged plant

Reuters June 28, 2011 Tons of radioactive water were discovered on Tuesday to have leaked into the ground from Japan’s Fukushima nuclear plant, the latest in a series of leaks at the plant damaged in a March earthquake and tsunami, the country’s nuclear watchdog said. More than three months after the disaster, authorities are struggling to bring under control damaged reactors at the power plant, 240 km (150 miles) ...Read full article...

EU allows unapproved GM material in feed imports

Reuters June 28, 2011 The European Union adopted new rules on Friday allowing traces of unapproved genetically modified (GM) material in animal feed imports, in a bid to secure grain fodder supplies to the import-dependent bloc. “The regulation … addresses the current uncertainty EU operators face when placing on the market feed products imported from third countries,” the Commission said in a statement. The EU and its trading partners ...Read full article...

Airport Body Scanners NEVER Tested for Safety

The supposed safety study performed by NIST and mentioned by TSA did not happenned. Steve Watson Infowars.com June 27, 2011 Newly released internal government documents, obtained via the Freedom Of Information Act, reveal that the TSA, and specifically the head of the Department of Homeland Security, “publicly mischaracterized” the findings of the National Institute of Standards and Technology, in stating that NIST had positively confirmed the safety of full ...Read full article...

International ‘Court of Criminals’ calls for the arrest of Qaddafi

Associated Press June 27, 2011 The International Criminal Court has issued arrest warrants for Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, his son and his intelligence chief for crimes against humanity in the early days of their struggle to cling to power. Judges announced Monday that Gadhafi is wanted for orchestrating the killing, injuring, arrest and imprisonment of hundreds of civilians during the first 12 days of an uprising to topple him ...Read full article...

Austerity or “Catastrophe” are the tactics of Economic Terrorism

by Luis R. Miranda The Real Agenda June 27, 2011 The economic terrorists that caused the current financial meltdown have not stopped at it and continue to threaten countries with two different tactics: austerity and the threat of a catastrophe, if their proposals are not implemented. Since Greece, Iceland, Portugal, Spain and other European countries began to show signs of economic stress, the bankers who designed the system itself ...Read full article...

The Sunscreen Info to fight Sunscreen Disinfo

NaturalNews.com June 27, 2011 Ask somebody about sunscreen and you’re likely to receive an earful of disinformation from a person who has been repeatedly misinformed by health authorities and the mainstream media. Almost nothing you hear about sunscreen from traditional media channels is accurate. So here’s a quick guide to the 7 most important things you need to know about sunscreen, sunlight and vitamin D: #1) The FDA refuses ...Read full article...

U.S. Fort Calhoun Power plant said to be operating safely. But Beware…

Erick Johnson Reuters June 27, 2011 A top regulator said on Sunday that a nuclear power plant threatened by flooding from the swollen Missouri River was operating safely and according to standards. “I got to see a lot of efforts they’re taking to deal with flooding and the challenges that presents,” Gregory Jaczko, the chairman of the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission, said after touring the Cooper Nuclear Station near ...Read full article...

Subsidizing Fertilizers will make Farmers Slaves to Companies

Asian Tribune June 27, 2011 In a letter to the Editor, Ranil Senananyake pointed out that, “The current subsidy in fertilizer is essentially an aid to the fertilizer industry.” He added that applying fertilizer on an agricultural field destroys the natural soil ecosystem, on which we have relied for generations. It also makes the farmer reliant on inputs of fertilizer forever, as the soil will lose its fertility. Ranil ...Read full article...

U.S. hosted Gold Cup Ceremony conducted only in Spanish

U.S. goalkeeper calls CONCACAF’s decision a ‘disgrace’ ESPN June 26, 2011 Goalkeeper Tim Howard was still upset after the U.S. lost the Gold Cup final, but his strongest reaction had nothing to do with the four goals Mexico slotted in his net. After El Tri’s 4-2 victory at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., Howard blasted CONCACAF officials for conducting the title ceremony in Spanish. “CONCACAF should be ashamed ...Read full article...