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Top Mexican Drug Lord Trafficked Cocaine For The U.S. Government

Infowars.com April 27, 2011 The “logistical coordinator” for a top Mexican drug-trafficking gang that was responsible for purchasing the CIA torture jet that crashed with four tons on cocaine on board back in 2007 has told the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois in Chicago that he has been working as a U.S. government asset for years. Jesus Vicente Zambada Niebla is the son of Ismael ...Read full article...

Military Industrial Complex puppets on the move

AP April 27, 2011 President Barack Obama plans to name CIA Director Leon Panetta as the next secretary of defense and move Gen. David Petraeus, now running the war in Afghanistan, into the CIA chief’s job in a major shuffle of the nation’s national security leadership, administration and other sources said Wednesday. The changes would probably take effect this summer. Defense Secretary Robert Gates has already said he will ...Read full article...

Italy and France now want to close borders

Sarkozy and Berlusconi want passport-free travel within the EU suspended as north African migrants flee north UK Guardian April 27, 2011 France and Italy have thrown down the gauntlet over Europe’s system of passport-free travel, saying a crisis of immigration sparked by the Arab spring was calling into question the borderless regime enjoyed by more than 400 million people in 25 countries. Challenging one of the biggest achievements of ...Read full article...

Majority of Human Race Does Not See Global Warming as Serious Threat

CNSNews.com April 26, 2011 Most of the human race does not see global warming as a serious threat, according to a Gallup poll released last week that surveyed individuals in 111 countries. Respondents were asked: “How serious of a threat is global warming to you and your family?” They were given the options of answering: not at all serious, not very serious, somewhat serious or very serious. Worldwide, only 42 percent told Gallup ...Read full article...

U.S. Feds get warrants to mine Facebook accounts

As if Facebook wasn’t already enough of a data mining operation, judges are allowing Feds to access account information such as addresses, telephone numbers, friends’ lists in order to… you guessed it: ‘fight crime’. By Robert Snell The Detroit News April 25, 2011 Federal investigators in Detroit have taken the rare step of obtaining search warrants that give them access to Facebook accounts of suspected criminals. The warrants let ...Read full article...

Pediatricians call for stricter laws for chemicals

The U.S. is not doing enough to protect kids from exposure to potentially dangerous chemicals, pediatricians said in a new statement released today. Reuters April 25, 2011 The policy paper from the American Academy of Pediatrics explains that a law meant to inform the public about the risks of different chemicals, and to give the government the right to intervene to keep dangerous chemicals off the market, has largely ...Read full article...

Apple’s legal council: We ‘must have’ comprehensive user data

Guidelines for user spying are written under United States Telecommunications Act of 1996. International Business Times April 25, 2011 Security researchers unveiled this week that Apple’s iPhonewas actively logging the whereabouts of users, storing location data into an easily assessable file on the device. But it’s not just iPhones that are keeping track of their users. Apple’s iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, the iPhone 4, and iPad models are also ...Read full article...

U.S. Aerial Bombing of Libya Resumes

Reuters April 23, 2011 The United States launched its first Predator drone strike in Libya on Saturday, the Defense Department said in a statement. It did not provide details on the target of the strike, saying only that it occurred in the early afternoon local time in Libya. Gates announced on Thursday that the unmanned aircraft would be used in Libya for Hellfire missile attacks on the forces of ...Read full article...

Lâmpadas fluorescentes compactas contêm produtos químicos cancerígenos

Temores sobre a segurança das lâmpadas compactas reapareceram após que um grupo de cientistas advertiram que as mesmas contêm substâncias químicas que causam câncer. Adaptação Luis R. Miranda London Telegraph 23 de abril de 2011 O relatório recomenda que as lâmpadas não sejam deixadas acesas por longos períodos, especialmente perto da cabeça de alguém, porque elas emitem gases tóxicos. Peter Braun, que realizou os testes no Alab, o Laboratório ...Read full article...

Iphone Espia e Registra dados de localização do Usuário

O aparelho da Apple grava em tempo real o paradeiro das pessoas Adaptação de Luis R. Miranda The Guardian 23 de abril de 2011 Pesquisadores de segurança descobriram que o iPhone da Apple mantém um registro de onde os usuários vão e têm a capacidade de estabelecer com alto grau de precisão o local onde o usuário está a qualquer momento. Uma vez detectados os dados, o iPhone armazena ...Read full article...

How Humans Manipulate the Planet For The Sake of Anything

Corporations have been engineering the Earth’s weather with remote-controlled clouds, artificial snow, and trained monkeys — without regards for human health. PopSci April 22, 2011 It only takes one rained-out Little League game to make a sports lover resent Mother Nature. Now some of today’s scientists and other bigwigs have taken it upon themselves to say: “no more.” Not content to stand idly by and let something as mundane ...Read full article...

Radiation from Japan affects food safety in the Northern Hemisphere

By Dr. Robert J. Gilbert Ph.D. April 21, 2011 “Dr. Robert J. Gilbert has a multi-faceted background in both spiritual and scientific studies. He is a former U.S. Marine Corps Instructor in Nuclear-Biological-Chemical Warfare Survival; since leaving the service in 1985 he has conducted independent research into the Geometric basis of modern science and new technologies…..” Read more Clearly, in light of his background, Robert Gilbert is someone worth ...Read full article...

Greenpeace: Apple is least green tech corporation

This assessment does not include the dirtiest of all facts. It uses software to secretly collect information from users. What does Greenpeace want companies to use? Windpower? UK Guardian April 21, 2011 Apple has come bottom of the most comprehensive green league table of technology companies because of its heavy reliance on “dirty data” centres. The list, which is compiled by Greenpeace and released in San Francisco on Thursday, ...Read full article...

Abortion is “much easier than it sounds”

Boston Globe April 20, 2011 A State-funded sex education Web site that tells teens an abortion is “much easier than it sounds” has drawn fire from outraged pro-lifers who say mariatalks.com is glossing over ugly truths, steering teens toward the controversial procedure and counseling them how to keep mom and dad in the dark. “The commonwealth is using taxpayer money to tell kids how to get a secret abortion, ...Read full article...