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The Revolution the Globalists Yearned For

How the main stream media sell lies, the people are co-opted and the globalists tighten up their grip By Luis R. Miranda The Real Agenda February 5, 2010 Let me go straight to the point. Glenn Beck is not a patriot or anything close to it. Beck is a PR machine used to sell advertising on Fox News. Like him, there are many other ones in the main stream ...Read full article...

You must cyber behave

By Alex Barker and James Blitz FT.com February 3 2011 Britain is to call for countries to agree rules for “acceptable behaviour” in cyberspace amid concern about what is seen as a growing security threat. William Hague, UK foreign secretary, will offer to host a conference in London this year “to lay the basis for a set of standards on how countries should act in cyberspace”. To underline the ...Read full article...

More than one in 10 of the world’s population is obese

Scientists warn of ‘tsunami of obesity’ as Western lifestyles spread across the globe The Independent January 4, 2011 The world is facing a “population emergency” as soaring rates of obesity threaten a pandemic of cardiovascular disease, scientists have warned. The spread of Western fast food was blamed as the tiny Pacific nation of Nauru was named as the fattest in the world. Its average Body Mass Index is between ...Read full article...

Obama issues global warming rules in January, gives GE an exemption in February

washingtonexaminer.com Last month, the Obama EPA began enforcing new rules regulating the greenhouse gas emissions from any new or expanded power plants. This week, the EPA issued its first exemption, Environment & Energy News reports: The Obama administration will spare a stalled power plant project in California from the newest federal limits on greenhouse gases and conventional air pollution, U.S. EPA says in a new court filing that marks ...Read full article...

World food prices hit record high: UN agency

AFP February 3, 2011 World food prices reached their highest level ever recorded in January and are set to keep rising for months, the UN food agency said on Thursday, warning that the hardest-hit countries could face turmoil. Rising food prices have been cited among the driving forces behind recent popular revolts in north Africa, including the uprising in Egypt and the toppling of Tunisia’s long-time president Zine El ...Read full article...

“Dictators” do not Dictate, They Obey Orders

The Mubarak regime could collapse in the a face of a nationwide protest movement… What prospects for Egypt and the Arab World? By Michel Chossudovsky “Dictators” do not dictate, they obey orders. This is true in Egypt, Tunisia and Algeria. Dictators are invariably political puppets. Dictators do not decide. President Hosni Mubarak was a faithful servant of Western economic interests and so was Ben Ali. The national government is the object ...Read full article...

Al-CIAeda may be planning to use a ‘dirty bomb’

Al-Qaeda is actively trying to secure nuclear material and recruiting rogue scientists to build a radioactive “dirty” bomb, according to leaked diplomatic documents revealed by Wikileaks. Telegraph January 2, 2011 A leading atomic regulator has privately warned that the world stands on the brink of a “nuclear 9/11”. • The WikiLeaks cables in full Security briefings suggest that jihadi groups are also close to producing “workable and efficient” biological ...Read full article...

Al Gore Blames Massive Snow Storms on “the warming”

Giant snow storm hits third of United States Kevin Roth The Weather Channel Feb. 2, 2011 Another day, another major winter storm plows through the region with snow, ice and rain today. All snow is expected in Upstate New York and northern New England with accumulations of 8 to 18 inches. When combined with the snow that fell Monday some areas in central New York and central New England could have ...Read full article...

11 Percent of U.S. Houses Vacant

CNBC I usually find the quarterly homeowner vacancy and homeownership report from Census pretty lackluster, but the latest one released this morning was anything but. America’s home ownership rate, after holding steady for a while, took a pretty big plunge in Q4, from 66.9 percent to 66.5 percent. That’s down from the 2004 peak of 69.2 percent and the lowest level since 1998. Homeownership is falling at an alarming ...Read full article...

International Medical Council: Vaccines pose a significant risk of harm to the health of children

NaturalNews.com February 1, 2011 To hear it from proponents of the vaccine industry, vaccines are based on rock-solid science that proves them to be completely safe and widely effective. These beliefs, however, are not factually based on real science but rather a persistent vaccine mythology that has been propagandized by the vaccine industry, medical practitioners and even governments which underwrite vaccine risks. Today, the International Medical Council on Vaccination ...Read full article...

The Little Ice Age (1300 A.D. to the 20th century)

None of these changes could have been caused by changes in atmospheric CO2 because they predate the large CO2 emissions that began about 1945.Read full article...

Magnitude and Range of Climate Changes

Temperature changes recorded in the GISP2 ice core from the Greenland Ice Sheet show that the global warming experienced during the past century pales into insignificance when compared to the magnitude of profound climate reversals over the past 25,000 years.Read full article...

Obamacare Declared Void by Florida Judge

Reuters January 31, 2011 A judge in Florida on Monday became the second judge to declare President Barack Obama’s healthcare reform law unconstitutional, in the biggest legal challenge yet to federal authority to enact the law. U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson, appointed to the bench by President Ronald Reagan in 1983, ruled that the reform law’s so-called “individual mandate” went too far in requiring that Americans start buying health ...Read full article...

Egypt goes offline, U.S. gets internet ‘kill switch’ bill ready

China restricts news and discussion about social unrest theage.com.au January 31, 2011 As Egypt’s government attempts to crackdown on street protests by shutting down internet and mobile phone services, the US is preparing to reintroduce a bill that could be used to shut down the internet. The legislation, which would grant US President Barack Obama powers to seize control of and even shut down the internet, would soon be ...Read full article...

Fluoride: A Worldwide Campaign to End Exposure

Fluoride: A Statement of Concern by Paul Connett, PhD continues from part 2 51. In 1995, Dr. Phyllis Mullenix resisted an enormous amount of political pressure to publish her investigation of the impact of fluoride on rat behavior (61). In her work she found that fluoride concentrated in the brain and that when the animals were exposed to fluoride before birth they exhibited behavior characterized as hyperactive, and when they ...Read full article...