Archive for October, 2005 : Is United States Becoming Hostile to Science?October 31st, 2005
The problem with having a lunatic as a ruler is that it encourages other lunatics to force their will upon the more sane.
America’s Radio War Against CubaOctober 31st, 2005
For the last 45 years the US has targeted Cuba with psychological warfare and blasted the peaceful island nation with high powered radio waves in violation of international law. Total cost to US tax payers is hundreds of millions of dollars.
Mapping Damage to African LakesOctober 31st, 2005
Africa’s lakes are declining rapidly, according to a new United Nations publication, with climate change and over-use the major factors.
Letters and e-mails share patternOctober 31st, 2005
An analysis of the pattern of letters sent by Darwin and Einstein shows they communicated in much the same way as modern computer users.
Crack Down at Kent StateOctober 31st, 2005
Kent State University lashes out at those who support peace.
Brain Electrodes Lower Blood PressureOctober 30th, 2005
Stimulating parts of the brain with electrodes can change a patient’s blood pressure, researchers have found. The saner and permanent treatment of neurofeedback (brain-wave training) has shown the same effects.
Rumsfeld to Profit From Bird Flu Hoax?October 30th, 2005
Donald Rumsfeld was the long-running Chairman of the company that holds the rights to the anti-viral drug Tamiflu and may stand to profit from the soaring sales of the drug.
Is Avian Flu Another Pentagon Hoax?October 30th, 2005
Donald Rumsfeld, pharmaceutical mafia, killer flu and genetic engineering of chickens – oh, my.
How Kucinich Found LoveOctober 30th, 2005
Dennis Kucininch has found a new female companion and she has become vegan.
UFO Expert to Sponsor Ffilm FestivalOctober 30th, 2005
A Gallup New Mexico man has sponsored a UFO Film Festival.
Congress Destroys Organic StandardsOctober 29th, 2005
“USDA Certified Organic” no longer means that food is organic or safe to eat, thanks to a corrupt US Congress.
Billionaires R UsOctober 29th, 2005
Wal-Mart’s Walton family now has 771,287 times more money than the median U.S. household. What gives?
Another Study Shows GMO Soy ToxicityOctober 29th, 2005
A Russian study has shown that genetically engineered soy fed to rats results in birth defects and a deaths of baby rats.
Confessions of a GlobalistOctober 29th, 2005
More and more European news outlets are bucking the ban on exposing the shadowy globalist group known as Bilderberg and reporting in depth on this secret gathering of kingmakers and power elites.
BuzzFlash interview: Robert GreenwaldOctober 29th, 2005
Wal-Mart: Just how have Americans paid for those low prices?
US Senate Targets Animal Rights ActivistsOctober 29th, 2005
This week the US Senate grilled Dr. Jerry Vlasak, Press Officer with the North American Animal Liberation Press Office on tactics used by Animal Rights Activists.
Exxon Mobil Profit, Sales Soar to RecordsOctober 29th, 2005
Exxon Mobil became the first public company ever with quarterly sales topping $100 billion.
Red Planet set for close approachOctober 29th, 2005
Mars is set for a close encounter with Earth, approaching to within 69.4 million km (43.1 million miles) of our planet in the early hours of Sunday.
First student satellite lifts offOctober 29th, 2005
The first satellite built entirely by European students has launched from Plesetsk in northern Russia.
Humans Destroying the PlanetOctober 29th, 2005
Life on Earth is in the throes of a new wave of mass extinction, unlike anything since the demise of the dinosaurs. In the last 500 years, 844 species are known to have died out, and up to 16,000 others are now known to be threatened.
Helena man has entrancing line of workOctober 29th, 2005
From prehistoric campsites to haunted homes, Patrick Marsolek has made his rounds looking beyond the here-and-now to “intuit” energy from another time.
26 Arrested at White House MourningOctober 29th, 2005
Park police arrested 26 mourners at the “die in” including Cindy Sheehan – the mother who lost her son in Iraq and camped at Crawford, TX asking the President why.
By Train on the Roof of the WorldOctober 25th, 2005
The last bit of track has been completed and soon the world’s highest altitude railroad will be open. It will bring Tibet closer to the outside world and a flood of Chinese immigrants. Can the Tibetan culture survive?
A Post-Mortem of Hurricane Horror StoriesOctober 25th, 2005
Once again, the US govt. and its lap-dog media have been shown to be the liars they are. This time it is about the stories of violence in New Orleans related to hurricane Katrina.
What Part of ‘Global Warming’ Don’t We Get?October 25th, 2005
It’s time for the denial about climate change to end, however, the bozos in Washington whose duties compel them to do something are too corrupt and or stupid to act.
Natural Disasters & Militarization of AmericaOctober 24th, 2005
Bush is using natural disasters to justify the increased militarization of the United States.
25% of Arrests in US Now WomenOctober 24th, 2005
Women made up 7 percent of all inmates in state and federal prisons last year and accounted for nearly one in four arrests.
Arctic Map Vanishes, and Oil Area ExpandsOctober 24th, 2005
The criminals in Washington are working hard for their dark lord. This time they have they have stolen the map that legally defined the Artic National Wildlife Refuge so that they could create a new one, without vast protected tracts.
Japanese Roll Out More Clean CarsOctober 24th, 2005
Japanese car manufacturers can create clean cars, so why can’t US car companies do the same?
The Mystery of the Naga FireballOctober 24th, 2005
Many people have heard of or believe in the water creatures known as Naga, and say there is evidence indicating their presence in the Mekong River.
2 Years and $30 Billion, Still No Power in IraqOctober 24th, 2005
The reconstruction of Iraq is failing rapidly despite repeated claims of progress by the lying Bush monkies.
Chickens Come Home to Roost on CheneyOctober 23rd, 2005
Former CIA intelligence analyst Ray McGovern expects indictments to be issued for top Bush goons as special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald completes his investigation.
Torture ‘Sport’ for US MilitaryOctober 23rd, 2005
As the truth about US actions in Iraq continue to come to light one can only conclude that there is something deeply and terribly wrong with the US military and the US as a nation.
The Scandalous History of the Red CrossOctober 23rd, 2005
If you ever give to a charity, please, please don’t give a dime to the Red Cross. In reality the organization is not an independent ‘charity’ organization but an extension of the worst parts of the US government that sucks up funding better used by real charities and steals much of the funds it gets.
Chavez calls for democracy at workOctober 23rd, 2005
Does it take a socialist to demonstrate real democracy? Apparently so. Venezuela is bringing democracy into the work place with success.
Thousands march on Trinidad crimeOctober 23rd, 2005
At least 10,000 people have taken part in a march in Trinidad and Tobago to protest about a soaring crime rate and the government’s failure to tackle it.
Cambodia to Tap Into Organic MarketOctober 23rd, 2005
Cambodia has one of the least diversified economies in the world. No longer wanting to be dependent upon the slave wages paid by the garment industry, it has decided to focus on the lucrative business of organic farming.
Taiwan Ignores Tamiful PatentOctober 23rd, 2005
Taiwan has decided to start making its own version of the patented anti-viral drug Tamiflu. However, it isn’t known if the drug will even be effective against bird flu.
Corruption still rampant in 70 countriesOctober 22nd, 2005
Corruption is a major obstacle to economic development and is rampant throughout the world.
Blood for Oil: 2,000 US Dead – 2 Million Iraqis DeadOctober 22nd, 2005
Americans respond in anger and sadness at the number of US soldiers who have been killed in Iraq, yet few Americans consider how many Iraqis have been killed nor do they consider the fact that the overwhelming majority killed by their tax dollars are children and civilians.
Canadian Torture Charges Against BushOctober 21st, 2005
Canadians brought charges against Bush for torture when he visited Canada last year but the charges were struck down by a Supreme Court judge and a gag order put in place. The case is getting another hearing next month.
Climate Change and GeoengineeringOctober 21st, 2005
‘Geoengineering’ is one of the words used for techniques being proposed more and more frequently by scientists and commercial journalists as a ‘politically realistic’ remedy for climate change. However, no one is yet talking about real solutions.
Biggest Cause of Global Warming IgnoredOctober 21st, 2005
While the debate about global warming goes on, little mention is ever made of the greatest cause of global warming – methane. Nor is mention made of how easy it would be to stop excess methane production.
Will Record Oil Profits Result in More Capacity?October 21st, 2005
Dennis Kucinich raises the issue of the lack of refining capacity and unwillingness of resellers to import refined fuel as one reason for high prices.
France Mandates Historical LyingOctober 21st, 2005
Earlier this year France mandated that French history books present a positive but inaccurate picture of its colonial past that included horrific crimes against humanity. “Morally, the law is shameful,” said University of Paris history professor Claude Liauzu.
Water Theft in Latin AmericaOctober 21st, 2005
Water is an increasingly precious resource and there is a global operation to put public water sources under the control of criminal corporations, who start poisoning the water with the toxin fluoride.
Dali Lama at the center of scientific controverseyOctober 20th, 2005
This New York Times article shows how dumb scientists can be about important discoveries.
Senate Does Oil Bidding on Arctic DrillingOctober 20th, 2005
The Senate Energy Committee voted to include Arctic Refuge drilling in a massive budget reconciliation proposal, which will make it filibuster-proof.
China Crisis: threat to the global environmentOctober 20th, 2005
The next time you buy something made in China consider what you are really paying for.
Spain orders arrest of US troopsOctober 19th, 2005
A Spanish judge has issued an international arrest order for three US soldiers over the shelling of a Baghdad hotel that killed a cameraman.
Court strips Pinochet of immunityOctober 19th, 2005
Justice is slow or non-existent in Latin America but there may be hope. Long shielded by the US from justice, Chile’s former military dictator and mass murderer, Augusto Pinochet, has been stripped of his immunity from prosecution for embezzlement charges.
US-Led Global RecessionOctober 19th, 2005
Giving bad monkies the run of the world’s largest economy has proven disastrous. The American taxpayer’s portion of the bill comes to $350,000 per person. Now the Chinese perspective….
US War Planes Target Iraqi VillagesOctober 19th, 2005
Just like in Vietnam, American’s have and are targeting civilians in Iraq. The death toll keeps rising.
Wilma Most Powerful Atlantic HurricaneOctober 19th, 2005
The most powerful Atlantic hurricane on record is blasting its way through the western Caribbean with winds up to 175 mph. Evacuations are under way in the Florida Keys.
Former CIA Analyst: US Staging Terrorist Attacks?October 19th, 2005
Former CIA Analyst says suggests that if another ‘terrorist’ attack takes place we should not accept what the government tells us because it could be the govt. carrying out the attack.
Bush’s Latest Iraq War LiesOctober 19th, 2005
With his earlier war lies exposed, Bush now says that the war on the people of Iraq must continue indefinitely because of the presence of foreign Islamic fighters – even though there are hardly any and would leave when the US leaves.
Brit Investigator Dies MysteriouslyOctober 18th, 2005
The British Military Police Officer who was responsible for the investigation of two British soldiers caught acting as terrorists has died under mysterious circumstances.
UN Says That US troops ‘starve Iraqi citizens’October 18th, 2005
A senior United Nations official has accused US-led coalition troops of depriving Iraqi civilians of food and water in breach of humanitarian law.
Socialist Canada Has Surplus MoneyOctober 18th, 2005
With all of its social programs and free health care, Canada has a healthy economy and a budget surplus. It is the only country in the Group of Seven to record an annual budget surplus – something it’s had for the last eight fiscal years.
Are You Paying to Burn the Rainforest?October 18th, 2005
If you eat beef, the answer is most likely yes. Even if the meat doesn’t come from countries with rain forests it is likely that the animals were fed genetically engineered soy beans grown on land cleared from rain forest.
Halliburton’s New Low in TreacheryOctober 18th, 2005
The evil corporate empire has revived slavery with Duhmerikan tax dollars.
China to Lead in Wind PowerOctober 18th, 2005
China may emerge as the new leader in wind power, since its government is not run by oil companies.
Using Asia’s Poor to Build U.S. Bases in IraqOctober 16th, 2005
Corporate criminals in Iraq, like Halliburton, pay their US workers up to $60/hour while foreign workers get only $1.56/hour. Iraqi’s get paid even less.
How to Stop the FluOctober 16th, 2005
Most of us don’t really know much about where flu comes from or what causes it. But, there is a solution that would wipe out virtually all flu and make the world a much better place. Can you guess what it is?
Friendship helps us live longerOctober 16th, 2005
Australian researchers have confirmed that those who have good friendships live longer than those with no friends or only family relationships.
China spacecraft returns to EarthOctober 16th, 2005
China’s Shenzhou VI spacecraft & its passengers has safely returned to Earth, after five days in orbit.
Nazi Visit Ignites Riot in OHOctober 16th, 2005
Residents in Toledo went on a rampage and battled police because the City had initially approved a march by Nazis, which was cancelled before it started. 60 people were arrested.
Percy Schmeiser Campaigns for Safe FoodOctober 15th, 2005
Percy Schmeiser, the celebrated Canadian farmer whose legal fight with Monsanto Corp. brought the plight of family farmers to the world stage, is now helping educate citizens of Sonoma County on the hazards of genetically engineered crops.
American Gulag: Prison Slave LaborOctober 15th, 2005
America is the world’s biggest police state with 25% of the world’s prisoners but only 5% of the population. Many of the prisoners are used as virtually free labor for large corporations. Many of the prisoners are innocent of any crimes.
Britons fly abroad for stem-cell makeoversOctober 15th, 2005
The wealthy are traveling to third world countries to be injected with stem-cells from dead babies in an effort to stall the aging process. Where do the fetuses come from?
Oakland Institute Releases Roadmap to End HungerOctober 14th, 2005
In a world of plenty, famine still exists due to the foreign policies of the US and European countries and the World Trade Organization. The Oakland Institute has released their new Roadmap to End Hunger which exposes the true cause of hunger and real solutions.
US Postal Service Engages in Theft & VandalismOctober 14th, 2005
Has the Post Office gone Postal? The US postal service has been opening our mail and damaging or simply taking contents.
Pondering Paranormal as TruthOctober 14th, 2005
We’ve all heard the adage, “the truth is out there”, pertaining to UFO’s and aliens. In fact, most people also understand the statement’s implication that our government has been conspiring, for decades, to cover up evidence of the existence of such.
Missionary group denies CIA linkOctober 14th, 2005
Venezuela has expelled New Tribes Mission for spying for the CIA. Venezuela is not the first to accuse the well-funded evangelical organization of employing CIA agents.
Democrats Chant “Shame” in CongressOctober 14th, 2005
Republicans recently passed another corporate welfare bill on a narrow margin of 212-210 that further erodes environment protections and gives big handouts to the richest companies on the planet.
1 in 400 Americans HomelessOctober 13th, 2005
Contrary to the blathering by the nuts in Washington, America’s economy sucks and increasing numbers of people can no longer afford to be slaves to the system.
Did You Know This About Iraq?October 13th, 2005
Forward this – Did you know that Email is used to spread disinformation for the evil empire? A bogus Email about Iraq has been circulating for the last couple of years that avoids mentioning the truth about Iraq and spreads a whole of lot of half-truths and lies.
Britain and the Quake: Mean and StingyOctober 13th, 2005
Westerners can be pretty stingy when it comes to helping those in need who are too different from themselves.
Filings Soar Before Bankruptcy Law Takes EffectOctober 13th, 2005
Americans are rushing to file bankrupcty in droves before new laws take effect that make it much harder to get out from under debt.
Bird Flu – A Secret Agenda?October 12th, 2005
Much is being made about the H5N1 ‘bird flu’ virus that has so far proven to be distinctly non-threatening to humans. What is the real agenda behind the big pandemic scare?
Great white’s marathon sea trekOctober 10th, 2005
A great white shark crossed the Indian Ocean from South Africa to Australia and back again within just nine months.
Weather War?October 10th, 2005
Weather modification technology has been around for several decades and has only gotten more effective. It is being used now?
New Orleans open for business, can’t find workersOctober 10th, 2005
Some New Orleans businesses are open but having a hard time finding workers.
Solar Power Feasible for 100 Million by 2025October 10th, 2005
The solar thermal power industry could be worth 16.4 billion Euros and create 54,000 jobs worldwide by 2025, according to a report launched today in Egypt.
GM Crop ‘Ruins Fields for 15 Years’October 10th, 2005
GM crops contaminate the countryside for up to 15 years after they have been harvested, startling new government research shows.
Peace activist leads silent anti-war march in L.A.October 10th, 2005
There was no cheering, no chanting and no sign waving. The march organized by Buddhist monk and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh brought together 3,000 people to enjoy an unusual state in this city — silence.
GMOs Out of Control in RomaniaOctober 10th, 2005
A former Monsanto Manager has admitted that massive illegal cultivation of genetically engineered (GE) crops threatens farmers and the economy in Romania.
Satellite to examine polar ice crashesOctober 10th, 2005
A European satellite that was to have helped understand global warming by scanning the thickness of polar ice sheets has crashed into the Arctic Ocean after its Russian launcher failed. Was the failure deliberate?
Former Defense Minister Speaks up on UFOsOctober 8th, 2005
Paul Hellyer, a former Canadian Minister for National Defense is calling UFOs “the biggest cover-up in history.”
Israel – Nuclear HypocriteOctober 8th, 2005
Israel’s recent praise of the award of a Nobel Peace Prize to the International Atomic Energy Agency and statement that it sends a clear warning to rogue states is pure hypocrisy.
Farming Town to Build UFO Landing StripOctober 8th, 2005
People in a Puerto Rican village are so sure they have been receiving other-worldly visitors, they want to build a UFO landing strip to welcome them.
How the US Erases Women’s Rights in IraqOctober 7th, 2005
Prior to the invasion of Iraqi women were free to go wherever they wish and wear whatever they like. The 1970 Iraqi constitution, gave Iraqi women equity and liberty unmatched in the Muslim World. The evil empire of Bush is robbing Iraqi women of even the most basic freedoms.
Another Reason to Boycott Wal-MartOctober 7th, 2005
Wal-Mart continues to prove its loyalty to fascism when it recently reported a photo-lab customer to local police for a harmless anti-bush image.
Venezuela: Another World Is PossibleOctober 7th, 2005
Something remarkable is happening in Venezuela. For the first time, the President has challenged the business elite head-on, fighting – and winning to recapture the national oil wealth from a tiny elite and put it to use for the benefit the poor majority.
Cuba Observes 1976 CIA Terrorist BombingOctober 7th, 2005
Cubans marking the 29th anniversary of an airliner bombing that killed 73 people expressed frustration and sadness yesterday at the fact that CIA terrorist Luis Posada Carriles is still being shielded from justice by the US.
Bush Bullies NicaraguaOctober 7th, 2005
Intent on preventing the spread of democracy in Central America, the US has threatened Nicaragua if it impeaches corrupt President Enrique Bolanos.
Feds Unable to Search Own Anti-Terrorism DatabaseOctober 7th, 2005
The Transportation Security Administration has admitted that it “does not have the capability to perform a simple computer-based search” to locate individual records to reveal why people are being tagged as security threats, yet the secret information is being used to take away basic human rights.
Man in Comma Hears EverythingOctober 6th, 2005
A man who began speaking again after two years in a coma says that he had heard and understood everything going on around him.
Is the U.S. Empire Collapsing?October 6th, 2005
Empires collapse usually due to a combination of military overreach and economic weakness, and, judged by these criteria, the U.S. imperial order seems headed for an imminent fall.
China: The Collosus RisesOctober 6th, 2005
The world has never seen a nation as big as China rise as far and as fast as China has in the last 20 years.
Plea over Guantanamo protestersOctober 6th, 2005
Human rights groups are calling on the UK Government to intervene in the hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay.
Animals ‘hit by global warming’October 6th, 2005
Climate change could lead to the extinction of many animals including migratory birds, says a report commissioned by the UK government.
Pretext for more martial law: bird fluOctober 6th, 2005
Back in April Bush quietly signed an executive order for the imprisonment of anyone suspected of merely having the flu, now he has said that he will use the military to enforce it. In the last year Bird flu has killed less than 100 people world-wide. Smoking killed over 10 million.
An Interview with Cindy SheehanOctober 6th, 2005
Cindy Sheehan speaks out in an Interview with Joshua Frank.
90% of US men over 60 now overweightOctober 6th, 2005
Nine out of 10 American men over 60 are now overweight, according to the first study to assess the long-term risk of piling on the pounds.
US Senators Vote Against TortureOctober 6th, 2005
In an attempt to show that they are not all entirely corrupt and evil, US Senators voted on an ammendment to ban Cruel, Inhuman, or Degrading Treatment or Punishment of prisoners, even though existing laws already prohibit such activity but are ignored. 90 voted for the ammendment and 9 against. Bush has vowed to veto it.
US Corporate Hogs Get 10’s of BillionsOctober 6th, 2005
Globalist puppet Bush gave US Corporations a tax break worth tens of billions to further enrich his buddies. This year they have been cashing in big time.
America needs to give up Internet controlOctober 6th, 2005
THE WORLD has a problem. Its biggest communication tool is controlled by a dangerous and unstable rogue state – the United States.
The Outsourcing of FoodOctober 6th, 2005
American farmers are battling a new kind of pest — imports from international rivals who can produce essential foodstuffs cheaper than they can be grown here.
Bush Monkies Go Hog Wild on ConservationOctober 4th, 2005
The Bush Monkies have the answer for energy conservation with a new cartoon character called “Energy Hog”. The hog will help Duhmerikan’s feel good about high energy prices without anyone really doing anything about conserving energy or price fixing.
Organic Gains in Popularity in CanadaOctober 4th, 2005
Increasing numbers of Canadians are willing to pay extra for food that is not contaminated with pesticides and other toxic chemicals.
Woman crusades to expose mad cow casesOctober 4th, 2005
Janet Skarbek has identified 18 deaths from mad cown disease (CJD) that might have been caused from eating at the same Racetrack.
Young at risk from soaring obesity rates: OMAOctober 4th, 2005
Soaring obesity rates may be shortening the lives of Ontario’s children and could result in the first generation of young people who won’t live as long as their parents, the Ontario Medical Association warned Tuesday
Public Access TV Under AttackOctober 3rd, 2005
Local public access television across the United States is being threatened by legislation introduced in both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
’10th planet’ has moon companionOctober 3rd, 2005
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’10th planet’ has moon companion
The moon is the small dot just to the right of Xena
Provinces chided on climate changeOctober 3rd, 2005
The astronomers who in July announced the discovery of a “10th planet” in our Solar System say the object has a moon.
The ways Canada’s provinces are addressing climate change are “piecemeal, scattered, and in some cases, “non-existent,” a new report from the David Suzuki foundation said Monday.
Philadelphia Releases Pedo Priest ReportOctober 3rd, 2005
The Philadelphia District Attorney has released the Grand Jury Report and its files on the case against Priests who molested minors. Catholics who are unaware of the true nature of their church should read the full report. It is shocking to even non-catholics.
Biodiesel backers say it’s go timeOctober 3rd, 2005
Minnesota’s biodiesel industry was officially born last week with the enactment of a state law requiring 2% biodiesel in every gallon sold in the state.
Google Gets Even More Evil?October 2nd, 2005
A partnership was recently announced between Google and NASA. On the surface, the partnership might seem like a good idea. Under the surface much more is likely to be going on.
Serving EarthOctober 1st, 2005
A thousand years ago, Mayan civilization collapsed. Today, a Space Age “situation room” in Panama is helping Central Americans avoid mistakes that doomed the Maya.
Democracy Fading Fast in EuropeOctober 1st, 2005
Democracy was further eroded in the EU recently with a ruling by the Court of Justice that gives the EU the authority to impose new EU laws on the citizens of member nations.
How the US Wrote the Iraqi ConstitutionOctober 1st, 2005
Much has been made of the ‘steps towards democracy’ in Iraqi. Bush’s ‘democracy’ is nothing more than a model globalist police state.