Archive for July, 2005 : CAFTA: Democracy Sold OutJuly 30th, 2005
America continued its war against democracy and freedom with the recent passage of CAFTA.
Parenting Magazine Pushes PesticidesJuly 30th, 2005
‘Parents’ Magazine has sold out its readers to the criminal agro-chemical mafia and advises its readers not to worry about pesticides in their children’s food.
UFO saga continuesJuly 30th, 2005
A silver, cigar-shaped object was sighted that was roughly the size of two aircraft carriers. It changed colors to an orange-red before stretching to twice its original size, then disappearing.
UFO sighting in Exeter – againJuly 30th, 2005
Another UFO has been sighted in Exeter, ME, by an experienced Navy Veteran.
Ethical DilemmaJuly 27th, 2005
In our individual lives we are placed in the position of making ethical decisions. This appears to me to be a dilemma for us………which road will we take from this point. Too often we have taken the well worn path of the road of expediency while the more arduously perceived road of ethics remains a weedy path due to its lack of use.
Aspartame (NutraSweet) Proven to Cause CancerJuly 23rd, 2005
A new three year study has confirmed the link between aspartame and cancer. The toxic sweetner was known to be dangerous when corrupt FDA officials approved it against the advice of their own scientists.
Vegan amazes everyone in 135-mile marathonJuly 23rd, 2005
Vegan Scott Jurek recently won a most amazing record setting marathon of 135 miles in desert heat – proving once again that a vegan diet can be the healthiest for athletes and non-athletes.
China Warns US Over AttackJuly 18th, 2005
China is prepared to use nuclear weapons against the US if it is attacked by Washington during a confrontation over Taiwan, a Chinese general said on Thursday.
Pakistan says UK is terrorist breeding groundJuly 18th, 2005
Pakistan has accused Britain of being a “breeding ground for terrorists”, in a diplomatic clash about the root causes of theJuly 7 attacks on London.
McKinnon warns fledgling hackersJuly 18th, 2005
Gary McKinnon, the British hacker who accessed US military computers to find evidence on UFOs has warned other hacking wannabees not to follow his example.
Coke bubbles in anger over pictureJuly 17th, 2005
An Indian photographer has been threatened with legal action by beverage giant Coca-Cola Co. for displaying one of his photographs – depicting water shortages against a backdrop of the company’s ubiquitous logo – on a giant billboard.
Patriot Act Reforms Clash in Congress, PublicJuly 17th, 2005
While civil libertarians ask tough questions about just who the controversial post-9/11 legislation is aimed at, politicians in both camps introduce amendments and activists look to the grassroots.
New life in Africa for old PCsJuly 17th, 2005
Computers donated from the developed world are both fuelling and feeding an appetite for computers in Africa where a new machine could cost more than a year’s wages.
Africa World Heritage sites namedJuly 15th, 2005
Two natural wonders of Africa have been added to a list of protected World Heritage sites by the United Nations.
US Secretly Tests Bio Agents on AmericansJuly 15th, 2005
The US govt. has a long history of illegally testing dangerous substances on its citizens without their knowledge. The DHS recently unleashed gas in the NY subway system.
Unborn babies carry pollutants, study findsJuly 15th, 2005
Unborn U.S. babies are soaking in a stew of chemicals, including mercury, gasoline byproducts and pesticides, according to a report released on Thursday.
Organic farms use less energy and waterJuly 15th, 2005
The facts are in, again, organic farming uses less energy and water and produces greater yield overall as industrial chemical farming. Organic farming supports ecosystems while industrial farming destroys them.
Biblical parchments found in desertJuly 15th, 2005
Two miniature manuscripts, dating back to the last Jewish revolt against Roman rule in Judaea, around 135 CE, have been discovered near the Dead Sea, Israel’s Antiquities Department announced.
Listen to the AnimalsJuly 12th, 2005
Can pets and wildlife warn us of the next tsunami or earthquake?
G-8 Takes No Concrete Global Warming StepsJuly 9th, 2005
The Group of Eight summit bowed to U.S. pressure on Friday by approving a declaration on climate change that avoided taking any concrete steps to fight global warming, such as setting targets or timetables for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
London Bombings Another Inside Job?July 9th, 2005
Was the ruling elite behind the bombings in London? While many oppressed people might be motivated to seek revenge against the British, logical reasoning suggests that it was another inside job like the attacks of 911 and the OKC bombing.
The New Resistance in ArgentinaJuly 9th, 2005
Argentina is a prime example of what happens when predatory capitalism is allowed to have its way with a country and a great example of the alternatives that can emerge from a failed state.
Letter to AmericaJuly 9th, 2005
“America, there is not much time left. The fire is spreading, consuming the world. We are the arsonists. We will need each other to find our way out through the lies and haze. It will take our greatest imagination, courage and skill to subdue these flames.” – Eve Ensler
UFO fan Chris digs up real-life X-FilesJuly 9th, 2005
A South Wales UFO fan has dug up the real-life X-files thanks to a new law allowing access to Government information.
Toronto Ontario to Host UFO ConferenceJuly 9th, 2005
The CIA front MUFON Canada and its usual stable of disinformers will be presenting a dog and monkey show entitled “Symposium on Planetary Directions” in Toronto Sept. 25th.
Surfers search for wave that went missingJuly 8th, 2005
A famous European surfing beach has mysteriously lost its waves, to the consternation of locals and dismay of surfers, who fear that a “wonder of the world” has vanished forever.
Philippine ministers quit, urge President to resignJuly 8th, 2005
Ten members of President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo’s cabinet resigned Friday and urged the Philippine leader to step down, saying she has been crippled by an election scandal and has lost the ability to govern.
Biotech crop bans face ‘hijack’ threatJuly 8th, 2005
Local decisions made by voters to protect themselves from dangerous GE crops may be undone at the state level as corporate criminals like Monsanto push through laws that subvert democracy on a county & city level – the last level where democracy still exists in America.
Live 8: Corporate Media BonanzaJuly 7th, 2005
While the Live 8 Concerts may increase awareness of poverty it will also make its sponsors – some of the same companies responsible for creating poverty, even richer.
Dinosaur track found in Alaska’s Denali parkJuly 7th, 2005
A newly discovered fossilized footprint shows that dinosaurs once roamed in what is now Alaska’s Denali National Park and Preserve, scientists said.
New dolphin species in AustraliaJuly 7th, 2005
The snubfin dolphin, previously miscategorized as an irrawaddy dolphin has finally been recognized as a distinct species. Even though there are visible physical differences between the species it took a DNA test to convince academics that the two dolphins are unique.
Scientists Start Study of Kennewick ManJuly 7th, 2005
Scientists Wednesday have begun studying the 9,300-year-old remains of Kennewick Man, one of the oldest and most complete skeletons ever found in North America.
Hundreds Protest in Pamplona Against BullfightingJuly 7th, 2005
Several hundred animal rights activists marched through the streets of Pamplona to protest bullfighting on the eve of the Spanish city’s “running of the bulls.”
Icecaps and hurriances: the proof of climate changeJuly 7th, 2005
Some still question the existence of global warming, despite the overwhelming evidence.
12 Colombian Women Nominated for Peace PrizeJuly 7th, 2005
Colombian peace activists and 987 women from a total of 150 countries were collectively nominated Wednesday for the Nobel Peace Prize to be awarded on Oct. 4 in Oslo.
Who’s Watching the Watch List?July 7th, 2005
Anyone can get on the Fed’s watch list for simply speaking up for truth and freedom. Getting off the list is nearly impossible.
Dear Leader’s Paper MoonJuly 7th, 2005
The Washington Times considers North Korea a “gulag state.” But funny thing: The paper’s owner considers it a great place to do business.
Cattle mutilation alive and well todayJuly 7th, 2005
Last week, the History Channel presented a new documentary on the weird phenomenon called cattle mutilations. If mainstream TV is covering a topic it has boycotted for 30 years, one must ask why.
Left-handers to make the world a better place?July 6th, 2005
“The number of left-handed babies that were born in 2005 doubled the amount of left-handed children, which saw the light in 1990,” doctor of biological sciences, Alexander Dubov said.
Africa’s real lady detectivesJuly 5th, 2005
The Number One Ladies’ Detective Agency books, have been a phenomenal success. The agency in the books, is of course fictional, but in Lusaka, capital of Zambia, there is a real-life detective agency staff mostly by women.
TV ‘may stunt toddlers’ learning’July 5th, 2005
Parents who sit their toddlers in front of the TV could be damaging their child’s future learning abilities, US researchers fear.
The ghost of the Old Baraboo InnJuly 5th, 2005
A new bar has some old patrons.
CBS to base TV series on ghost talking womanJuly 5th, 2005
Mary Ann Winkowski’s paranormal experiences as a ghostbuster for hire have inspired CBS to place Ghost Whisperer on its fall lineup, with Jennifer Love Hewitt in the title role.
Residents Blockade Polluting FactoryJuly 3rd, 2005
Residents charge: “The children of our village are sick because the air is poisoned.”
UFO Experience is One He Will Never Get OverJuly 3rd, 2005
Charles Hickson and Calvin Parker were near a pier at in Pascagoula on the evening of Oct. 11, 1973, when they were abducted by robot-like aliens and taken aboard an egg-shaped, glowing spacecraft.
Polish UFO festival kicks offJuly 2nd, 2005
A UFO festival has kicked off in Wylatowo, a picturesque village in mid-northern Poland, where mysterious crop circles have been appearing in grain fields since the year 2000.
Mystery planes continue to circleJuly 2nd, 2005
A white plane, traced to a dummy corporation in Delaware, spends hours and days circling over Lodi, California.
National Guard Spying on Women’s Peace GroupJuly 2nd, 2005
The Calif. National Guard has been caught spying on a women’s peace group.
Hopi Plan Action against Forest ServiceJuly 2nd, 2005
Hopi plan to file suit to stop the US Forestry Service from further destruction of the San Francisco Peaks (Nuvatukyaovi).
200,000 March Against PovertyJuly 2nd, 2005
Tens of thousands of anti-poverty campaigners dressed in white formed a human chain around Scotland’s capital on Saturday, echoing the musical call of the Live 8 concerts that world’s wealthiest nations act to lift Africa out of misery.
New frogs species in Sri Lanka but many extinctJuly 1st, 2005
Sri Lankan biologists have found dozens of new species of tree frog over the last decade in the island’s dwindling rainforests, but warn many known species are either extinct or on the verge of disappearing because of man.
Taiwan aborigines get TV channelJuly 1st, 2005
The first aboriginal television channel in Taiwan, which also claims to be the first indigenous television station in Asia, was officially launched.
Rwanda award for ‘sewage’ cookingJuly 1st, 2005
A Rwandan prison project, which reduces cooking fuel bills by using methane gas from inmates’ toilet waste, has won a global environment award.
Walmart Fires Whistle BlowerJuly 1st, 2005
Wal-Mart executive James Lynn was fired from the company, he says, after he blew the whistle on factory conditions in Central America. Lynn documented forced pregnancy tests, 24-hour work shifts, extreme heat, pat-down searches, locked exits and other labor law violations. He is now suing the retail giant.