Saturday, March 12, 2011

Duke of York to Face Fresh Questions as Epstein Case Takes New Twist

Several women who claim they were sexually abused by Epstein are challenging a plea bargain deal that enabled the billionaire to avoid being tried for offences that carried a possible life sentence. They say the deal with prosecutors was unlawful because under US law they should have been consulted, and want Epstein’s convictions for lesser offences to be set aside so he can face a fresh trial.

The Duke, who stayed at Epstein’s home in Florida and flew with him in his private jet, may be one of several high-profile figures from whom lawyers may want to take statements as part of that process.

The Duke could be asked to give a statement to the FBI, as lawyers believe he may have been with Epstein at times when under age girls were in the house, and that he could have information helpful to their inquiries.'


Justifying NATO Military Intervention To fullfill Mediterranean Union Agenda

To understand why Western powers are pushing so hard to launch military operations against Libya, why now David Cameron is backing Sarkozy'd calls for Libya air strikes, and why the US now says "NATO is the 'natural choice' for Libya intervention, you have to look at the failed Mediterranean Union.'


A Perfect Storm of GMO's, Chemicals and Cancer

Several books, including Seeds of Destruction and Corrupt to the Core, along with the film, The Idiot Cycle, lay out the framework for and evidence of a concerted effort to sicken and then treat humanity, while earning obscene profits. When we factor in other recent actions taken by transnational corporations and lawmakers, the conspiracy adopts a more ominous tone.'


This Is What Class War Looks Like

Honeybee End?

The mysterious collapse of honey-bee colonies is becoming a global phenomenon. Declines in managed bee colonies, seen increasingly in Europe and the US in the past decade, are also now being observed in China and Japan and there are the first signs of African collapses from Egypt, according to the report from the United Nations. Beekeepers in Western countries have been reporting slow declines of stocks for many years, apparently due to impaired protein production, changes in agricultural practice, or unpredictable weather.'


Japan Faces Nuclear Meltdown After Explosion at Vast Power Plant Caused by Earthquake Which Killed 1,300

There has been an explosion at the Fukushima nuclear plant.

Several workers have been injured by the blast as they continue the struggle to contain radiation leaks at the crippled reactor.
Thousands of people within a six-mile radius of the Fukushima facility were evacuated as radiation rose to 1,000 times the safe level and pressure grew, fueling fears of an explosion.

With growing tension at the plant 150 miles north of Tokyo, a second state of emergency was declared as pressure rose in two reactors at the facility.

Earlier officials had proposed releasing radioactive vapour into the atmosphere in a bid to prevent an explosion after its cooling system failed.


Indonesian Volcano Erupts, Sends Lava and Gas

One of Indonesia's most active volcanoes, Mount Karangetang, erupted Friday, sending lava and searing gas clouds down its slopes.

The Washington Post reported that volcanology official Agus Budianto said authorities were still trying to evacuate residents living near the slopes of Mount Karangetang.

There have not been immediate reports of injuries or damages.'


Volcano Erupts in Japan

Corporate Coup d'Etat In Wisconsin

Ralph Nader calls Washington corporate-occupied territory - "every department agency controlled by the overwhelming presence of corporate lobbyists, corporate executives in high government positions, turning the government against its own people."

Nader also said corporations don't just control government, they are the government. "The corporation IS the government!" They bought and own it at the federal, state and local levels, running it like their private fiefdom at the expense of working Americans, systematically stripping them of hard-won rights.

They have 10,000 Political Action Committees and 35,000 full-time lobbyists. "Just imagine," says Nader, "even the Labor Department is not controlled by trade unions - it's (owned and) controlled by corporations".'


Russian Kamchatka Volcanoes Erupt

Almost simultaneously with the strong shock that hit Japan and triggered a giant tsunami in the Pacific, the Russian Kamchatka volcanoes erupted too. The eruption was accompanied by earthquakes.'


Zionist Controlled Media Funds Islamophobia to Create Fear and Boost Security Contracts

Oil? We’re Here for the Heroin! (at $19,923,200 per barrel!)

The recent article about Russia criticizing US and NATO forces (attached below) struck a chord with me because just a few weeks ago, I discussed how and why I believed US and NATO forces to be the world’s largest drug cartel. The push into the Helmand Province was a key element, being some of the most fertile production areas in the world. In that article, I asked why US and NATO forces have not begun destroying the opium fields, salting the region or even engineering a Monsanto-like gene to sterilize the plants.

In response, I received multiple emails talking about the “poor farmers who have nothing else to do” and how many people would starve if we destroyed the poppy fields. I read several articles on USA Today, CNN, FOX, etc talking about the same thing. They were shifting the blame. The poor Afghan farmer was the victim in these emails and articles.'


Who Supports Terrorism in America?

He just finished hearings in Congress to investigate the pending “terror threat” from American citizens who practice Islam.

Lots of problems with this…

Not least of which is that in the 1980s and 90s, King was a chief fundraiser for IRA terror operations in Ireland.

In fact, he was a best buddy of trigger pullers and bomb planters there and it was payback from this group and its supporters in Long Island, NY that got this arch hypocrite and bully into Congress in the first place.'


The David Rockefeller, Ball and Chain, Armageddon Club.

The true evils of a man like David Rockefeller are not the most obvious. Sure, he was probably involved in the decision to have Pearl Harbor attacked without warning, given his placement in the scheme of things at the time. Sure he was probably connected to 9/11 one way or another; directly, or through people he leveraged into place over time. Sure, he actively engaged in promoting wars around the world throughout his life and definitely, he and brother, Nelson visited the most terrible of conditions upon Latin and South America. They and the Rothschilds must have been stepping all over each other every time they turned around. Can I get a hearty, ‘Rio Tinto, te quiero’!

You probably cannot find any great evil of the last 6 decades that David didn’t have some kind of a hand in, profited from or approved of but the real impact of his presence isn’t noted as it should be. In a similar fashion to his brother’s draconian drug law when he was governor of New York, David’s association with The Free Trade Agreement had more to do with destroying America and the livelihoods of the poor and middle class Americans than anything else you can think of. You probably know it as NAFTA.'


Tsunami Aftermath

British Ruling Elite Advance 'Humanitarian' Cover for Intervention in Libya

Britain’s ruling elite are sharpening their neo-colonial claws once again in the guise of "humanitarian intervention", this time utilising the suffering of the Libyan masses.

In the last days, the UK has led the way in demanding Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi "must go", insisting "all options" in achieving a desired "regime change" are on the table.

The capture of numerous British military and intelligence operatives—six SAS men and an MI5 agent—by rebel forces in Benghazi made clear that the powers that be are already hard at work to this end. It has since been revealed by the Daily Mail that ministers have approved "a presence on the ground" of the SAS and MI6, who "will link up with Special Forces already in Libya to provide protection and give informal military advice to the Libyan opposition".'


Gaza Truckers Protest Israel's Closure of Commercial Crossing

On 2 March Israel announced the complete closure of Karni, the principal commercial crossing into the Gaza Strip, prompting protests by Palestinian traders who rely on the crossing to bring goods into the territory.

"The closure of Karni further tightens the blockade of Gaza and makes us lose hope that the siege will ever be eased," Dr. Maher al-Tabaa of Gaza's chamber of commerce told The Electronic Intifada. "Israel's makeshift crossing at Kerem Shalom does not handle large shipments of goods and Kerem Shalom's capacity amounts to only about 10 or 20 percent of Karni's," al-Tabaa added.'


US Official: Manning's Torture Stupid

A ranking US official criticizes Washington-sanctioned torture of a US trooper, who has reportedly exposed the military's use of violence against Iraqi and Afghan civilians.

On Thursday, the US State Department spokesman, P.J. Crowley called the treatment of Army private Bradley Manning "ridiculous and counterproductive and stupid," The Washington Post reported.

The authorization of rights abuse within the US borders comes while Washington has spoken against government-ordered suppression of the masses in almost every Arab country around the world, which is faced with popular uprising.'


Stupid?, How about inhumane, outrageous and a crime??

Seven Swept to Sea on US Pacific Coast by Tsunami

At least seven people have been swept to sea along the US Pacific Coast by tsunami waves triggered by Japan's 8.9 magnitude earthquake, while one person still remains missing.

They were carried off to sea by tsunami currents along the US West Coast in the states of California and Oregon, on Friday.'


Bahrain Police Open Fire on Protesters

Bahraini police have opened fire on anti-government protesters marching towards the royal palace in the capital, injuring at least 150 people.

There are also reports suggesting that security forces and pro-government vigilantes armed with clubs, swords and metal pipes are beating protesters near the royal complex.

Witnesses say at least ten ambulances were rushed to the area.

The violence came as nearly 50,000 demonstrators tried to stage a protest rally near the royal palace in the Refaa area of Manama on Friday, demanding political reforms.'


Friday, March 11, 2011

Truthjuice Gathering 2011

Huge Tsunami Slams Into Japan After Massive Earthquake

A powerful tsunami spawned by the largest earthquake in Japan's recorded history slammed the eastern coast today, sweeping away boats, cars, homes and people as widespread fires burned out of control.

The early initial death toll was reported as 15, but there are fears it will be much higher.

The magnitude 8.9 offshore quake was followed by at least 19 aftershocks, most of them of more than magnitude 6.0. Dozens of cities and villages along the 1,300-mile (2,100-kilometer) stretch of the country's eastern shore were shaken by violent tremors that reached as far away as Tokyo, hundreds of miles (kilometers) from the epicenter in the sea off the northeastern coast.



Pacific tsunami: Hawaii, US West coast and the Philippines issue warning

The US West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Warning Center said any tsunami generated by the earthquake would hit Hawaii at around 2.45am (12.45GMT) and the West coast at 7.45am (3.45GMT).

Hawaii officials scrambled to evacuate locals and tourists from the coastline.

"We have about four hours to clear the shorelines," said John Cummings of the Honolulu Department of Emergency Management. "This looks like this will be a very serious event."

Warning sirens went off at 9:59pm (0759 GMT Friday) and were to go off every hour on the hour afterwards.

Authorities were arranging buses to evacuate residents and trying to open evacuation centres.


Harper Says Half Million Dollar 'Hush Money' Paid to Ethics Czar Worth Every Penny

Stephen Harper is defending the $500,000 tax dollars paid as "hush money" to the woman who apparently swept roughly 50 fraud allegations against his government, under the rug.'


Wisconsin GOP Bill Allows State to Fire Employees for Strikes, Walk-Outs

On Wednesday night, Republicans in Wisconsin's state senate rammed through a retooled version of Governor Scott Walker's controversial "budget repair bill" with the 14 senate Democrats still in hiding in Illinois. The senate bill eliminates collective bargaining rights for most public-sector unions, a provision that has labor leaders and protesters up in arms. But there's another explosive provision in the bill that's received little attention: The bill authorizes state officials to fire any state employee who joins a strike, walk-out, sit-in, or coordinated effort to call in sick.'


London Olympics: Rothschild Zionist Cameron Says Iran Would Not be Missed

'Iranians "would not be missed" if they decided to boycott the London Olympics, David Cameron is reported as saying. Last week, Iran threatened to stay away over claims the 2012 logo was racist as it resembled the word "Zion", a biblical term for Israel. The prime minister told London-based paper Jewish News: "It's completely paranoid. If the Iranians don't want to come, don't come - we won't miss you.'


Germany Dumps Global Warming – Climate Disruption is Last Green Gasp

German ministers and scientists finally abandon the global warming hype and preach ‘climate disruption’ claims as last hope for new raft of taxes.

Germany’s Federal Ministry of Education and Research (FMER) has signalled a decisive switch in global warming policy. In it’s latest official press release titled, ‘Cold Winter in Europe Does Not Question Climate Change’release (February 22, 2011) Germany’s pro-green government finally fell into line with the U.S. and British environmental campaigners; global warming is dead and ‘climate disruption’ lives in the most populous (82 million inhabitants) nation of the European Union (EU).'


$50 or $100 Spending Limit Coming to Debit Cards? Those Bankers Are at it Again

Declined! Your debit card may soon be denied for purchases greater than $100 -- or even as little as $50.

JPMorgan Chase, one of the nation's largest banks, is considering capping debit card transactions at either $50 or $100, according to a source with knowledge of the proposal. And the cap would apply even if you run your debit card as credit.'


Ireland's 'New' Government Forms Coalition and Immediately Surrenders to EU and IMF Banksters

This one is shaping up pretty much the way we predicted. Ireland's Fine Gael party enticed voters a couple of weeks ago with their tough talk about giving haircuts to bank bondholders and renegotiating Ireland's IMF "bailout," but before they've even taken power, the new Fine Gael-Labor coalition government has already capitualted to the IMF and European banksters. In spite of all the pre-election talk, the new government plans to follow the original bailout and austerity plans with hardly any modification whatsoever.

The Irish Independent is already referring to this about face as "voter betrayal" and "the most barefaced breach of election promises ever perpetrated by an incoming Government."


US Supports Yemen Dictator

Docs: Egyptian Security Bombed Churches, Resort

Just days after the Egyptian protesters attacked the state’s internal security headquarters and rescued reems of documents about Mubarak-era crimes that were about to be destroyed, some of the dirtiest such deeds are starting to come to light. And even for the notorious Mubarak regime, they’re surprisingly bad.

Sex tapes, documents detailing broad surveillance of Egyptian dissidents and transcripts of telephone conversations between the dissenters and their family members, sure, but the biggest of what has come out so far reveals something far worse: official government involvement in the Alexandria church bombing and in a 2005 resort bombing.'


Hutton Tells Public Sector: Work TEN Years Longer for a Smaller Pension

In a bid to save billions of pounds, a major Government report has set the stage for early retirement for state workers to become a thing of the past.
Under the plans, the usual retirement age of 60 would be hiked to that of private sector workers - currently 65 and due to rise to 68.

And the Armed Forces, policemen and firefighters, who can currently claim full pensions at 50, would have to wait another 10 years before they are eligible.'


Global Protests & Uprisings Maps Time-Lapse

World to See Biggest Full Moon in Two Decades

On 19 March, the full moon will appear unusually large in the night sky as it reaches a point in its cycle known as 'lunar perigee'.

Stargazers will be treated to a spectacular view when the moon approaches Earth at a distance of 221,567 miles in its elliptical orbit - the closest it will have passed to our planet since 1992.'


Lifting the Veil: Obama and the Failure of Capitalist Democracy

Lifting the Veil from S DN on Vimeo.

8.9 Magnitude Quake Hits Japan

An earthquake with the preliminary magnitude of 8.9 has struck the northeastern island of Honshu in Japan, the country's Meteorological Agency says.

The earthquake struck about 382 kilometers (237 miles) northeast of Tokyo at 2:46 p.m. (05:46 GMT) on Friday. A tsunami of four meter has hit Japan's Pacific coast after the quake, AFP reported.

Waves have hurled ships and cars into the port town. A Japan TV broadcast has confirmed the magnitude and reported that many people have been injured.'


Petrol Hits Record 132p per Litre in UK

Petrol price has topped £6 a gallon, creating a fuel misery for the British people triggered by the Chancellor's money-laundering tax plans.

The average cost of petrol hit the new record of 1.32 pounds a liter, further squeezing millions of families already struggling to meet their needs.'


UK Move Sparks Fury Among Israelis

The UK government's decision to upgrade the status of Palestinian diplomatic representatives in the Palestinian mission in London has sparked Israelis' anger.

An Israeli regime's political source lashed out at Britain's decision, claiming that such a step "affects the efforts to resume the negotiation process between Tel Aviv and the Palestinian Authority”.

"An upgrade in status will not encourage the Palestinians to return to the negotiation table. The real missing upgrade is Palestinian willingness to talk peace", claimed the Israeli authority.

This is while that the international community is unanimous in its conclusion that Israeli regime's construction in the Jewish settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories, fully hampers the talks between the two sides of the conflict.'


Britain Fears Huge Loss in Libya

The British Prime Minister should be more concerned when he makes a 'far more aggressive' call for military intervention in Libya than any other Western leader.

According to what British officials say privately, there is a more pragmatic concern, based on which David Cameron would be forced to intervene in the crisis-stricken North African country to save UK's vast oil investments in Libya.

The London-based oil company British Petroleum (BP) has developed a huge stake in Libya's vast national resources after the Libyan despotic ruler Muammar Qaddafi dismantled his feared nuclear weapons program on December 19, 2003 and opened up his country's lucrative market to western companies.

Thus, the British Prime Minister is worried that a large and sudden loss of BP revenues in Libya could damage his government's tax base badly at a moment when Britain is struggling to recover from a deep recession.'


Saudi Role in Yemen Crackdown Exposed

A Yemeni opposition leader says Saudi Arabia collaborates with intensifying efforts by Sana'a to suppress outraged masses across the country that have been calling for ouster of Yemen's unpopular ruler.

Riadh Hussein al-Qadhi said, “We blow the cover off the Saudi intelligence apparatus, which interferes in Yemen and cracks down on the people.”

“Yemen's [ruling] system has lost all its support and aces in the hole, whether tribal, racial and sectarian,” he added, apparently outlining the reason for Sana'a's dependence on Riyadh for crushing protesters.'


Thursday, March 10, 2011

British (Rothschilds/Banksters) Plan To STEAL Gaddafi Oil Revenue

William Hague, the Foreign Secretary, has told MPs that he is considering the case for international action to divert oil revenues into an escrow account that would be administered by the UN on behalf of the Libyan people.

The plan, similar to the oil-for-food system imposed on Saddam Hussein's Iraq after the first Gulf War, would require the UN Security Council to invoke its powers under Chapter VII of the UN charter.'


March 26th 2011, London, UK: Take Action Now and Be There For This Massive Event

The Tiny Dot

What Actually Happened in Birkenhead County Court 7th March 2011?

Roger: of the Hayes family (as commonly called) was summonsed for unpaid Council Tax. He fought this through a number of Court Hearings, as reported on, and elsewhere.

During these Hearings he managed to get agreement that:

1) The Council themselves were issuing Summonses directly ... without going through Due Process (which would have consisted of the Council laying a Complaint with the Local Courts).

2) As the Council did this (issuing Summonses themselves) they used letters headed as if the Summons had been sent by the Court. This is contrary to Law. The Council is not any part of any judicial process. The Council were, therefore, guilty of massive deception.

(The above applies to all Councils in the United Kingdom).

Because Roger had not paid (for approximately 3 years), the Local Council decided to 'up the ante' by pursuing a Bankruptcy Petition against him.'


Prisoners Help Build Patriot Missiles

This spring, the United Arab Emirates is expected to close a deal for $7 billion dollars’ worth of American arms. Nearly half of the cash will be spent on Patriot missiles, which cost as much as $5.9 million apiece.

But what makes those eye-popping sums even more shocking is that some of the workers manufacturing parts for those Patriot missiles are prisoners, earning as little as 23 cents an hour. (Credit Justin Rohrlich with the catch.)

The work is done by Unicor, previously known as Federal Prison Industries. It’s a government-owned corporation, established during the Depression, that employs about 20,000 inmates in 70 prisons to make everything from clothing to office furniture to solar panels to military electronics.'


Psycho Sid - Letter of Sympathy

The Fed Under Fire

Banks Win Again: Congress Caves On Debit Card Fees

It never ends. As part of the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill, the Federal Reserve was tasked with capping the fees banks charge merchants for debit card transactions. This rule on fees was supposed to be finalized by April of this year and to take effect by July, but the banks and their lobbyists have been screaming bloody murder.

They've also been throwing around lots of cash. See here. And it worked!

Call it the glory of "bi-partisanship." According to reports, Democrat Senators, including Jon Tester of Montana, and Republic Senators, including Bob Corker of Tennessee, are now drafting legislation to block and delay the cap on fees. All to protect consumers, of course. Actually, banks stand to lose around $12B in annual revenue from the mandated reduction in fees.'


Cambodia's Deadly Virus: 85% Mortality Rate

Ladies and Gentlemen, the next Black Death, a global pandemic of catastrophic proportions, has reared its ugly head in the Far East, home to many pandemic viruses. This time it is not a 30 per cent death rate, it is an 85 per cent death rate. It is called the Cambodian Avian Flu virus.

Avian Flu has been around for centuries. So have other pandemics. But an 85 per cent mortality rate?'


9/11 Lessons From Star Trek

Not Guilty. The Israeli Captain who Emptied his Rifle into a Palestinian Schoolgirl

An Israeli army officer who fired the entire magazine of his automatic rifle into a 13-year-old Palestinian girl and then said he would have done the same even if she had been three years old was acquitted on all charges by a military court yesterday.'


Israeli Military Not Able to Crush West Bank Uprising

Top commanders in the Israeli military are warning that the military is completely incapable of crushing an Egypt-style popular uprising in the West Bank, assuming one actually begins.

“There is nothing for it,” one of the commanders noted, and while the Israeli military apparently developed a major program last year to plan a response for mass public protests amongst the Palestinians, it seems the conclusion is that they simply can’t win.'


Fox News Lies About Wisconsin Protests

£7.7 Million for Boss of a Bank WE Bailed Out . . . Even Though They Lost £1Billion Last Year

Royal Bank of Scotland was branded ‘a disgrace’ after handing its chief executive Stephen Hester a £7.7million pay package for last year – even though the bailed-out bank lost more than £1billion.

The bank revealed that Mr Hester and eight of his top team are sharing a bonus and shares windfall totalling £28million for 2010, despite presiding over a dismal performance.

Mr Hester gets a £1.2million base salary, plus a £2.01million bonus in shares and the chance to get a further £4.45million under a long-term incentive scheme.'


Libya, Benghazi, Security Forces Drive Tank Over Car with Civilians Still Inside

Saudi Arabia Mobilises Troops: Provinces in Revolt as the Empire Declines

Saudi Arabia was yesterday drafting up to 10,000 security personnel into its north-eastern Shia Muslim provinces, clogging the highways into Dammam and other cities with busloads of troops in fear of next week's "day of rage" by what is now called the "Hunayn Revolution".

Saudi Arabia's worst nightmare – the arrival of the new Arab awakening of rebellion and insurrection in the kingdom – is now casting its long shadow over the House of Saud. Provoked by the Shia majority uprising in the neighbouring Sunni-dominated island of Bahrain, where protesters are calling for the overthrow of the ruling al-Khalifa family, King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia is widely reported to have told the Bahraini authorities that if they do not crush their Shia revolt, his own forces will.'


Wrongfully Convicted Rapist is Freed After 17 Years.. and Hit With a $110,000 Bill for Backdated Child Maintenance

An innocent man jailed for 17 years after being wrongfully convicted of rape will not get any compensation for the time he spent behind bars - but he has been given a $111,000 bill for backdated child maintenance payments.

Alan Northrop and co-defendant Larry Davis were arrested following the January 1993 rape of a woman near Vancouver, Washington State. In July of that year, the pair were given jail terms of more than 23 years after being convicted of first-degree rape, kidnapping and burglary.

But in a dramatic turnaround last year, Washington State prosecutors were forced to withdraw the charges in light of fresh DNA evidence, and the men were released having served 17 years in jail.'


Yusuf aka Cat Stephens 'Song for Egypt'

Electroshock Discpline on Students? School Successfully Lobbies Congress to Keep it Legal

For nearly 20 years, the Judge Rotenberg Educational Center (JREC), a special needs school for children and adults in Canton, Mass., has been utilizing a controversial, "moderately painful" electric shock discipline technique on its students that many say is inhumane. JREC is the only school in the US that uses the technique, and legislation to ban it has repeatedly failed.

Last year, JREC spent $100,000 lobbying Congress to block a piece of legislation that may have outlawed the practice, and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) filings indicate that the school has spent more than a million dollars lobbying for protection at the state level.'


America's Project of Conquest: All-Out Blitzkrieg on Libya

Gulf Spill Sickness Wrecking Lives

I have critically high levels of chemicals in my body," 33-year-old Steven Aguinaga of Hazlehurst, Mississippi told Al Jazeera. "Yesterday I went to see another doctor to get my blood test results and the nurse said she didn't know how I even got there."

Aguinaga and his close friend Merrick Vallian went swimming at Fort Walton Beach, Florida, in July 2010.

"I swam underwater, then found I had orange slick stuff all over me," Aguinaga said. "At that time I had no knowledge of what dispersants were, but within a few hours, we were drained of energy and not feeling good. I've been extremely sick ever since."'


Anti-Labor Vote Shocks Wisconsin

Republican lawmakers in the Wisconsin Senate have approved Governor Scott Walker's plan to curb the rights of public sector unions, prompting protesters to storm the state capitol.

In a hastily-arranged special conference committee, Republicans voted 18 to 1 for restrictions on collective bargaining by public employees that Walker has insisted are needed to help the state's cash-strapped municipalities deal with a projected $1.27 billion drop in state aid over the next two years, Reuters reported.

The lawmakers stripped out the parts that required the presence of their 14 absent Democratic colleagues.'


Yemen Uses Nerve Gas on Protesters?

Yemen government forces have used nerve gas against anti-government protesters as President Ali Abdullah Saleh come under mounting pressure to step down, reports say.

Witnesses present at the scene of Tuesday's anti-government protests in the capital Sana'a said that what was originally thought to be tear gas may have been some form of nerve gas, reports said on Wednesday.

Military personnel used live bullets and some form of gas on Tuesday night to disperse a group of demonstrators who were trying to bring more tents into the protest area outside Sana'a University.

One protester was killed and around 100 others were injured in the attack.'


Israel Insists on Occupation

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel would refuse to withdraw its forces from major areas of the future Palestinian state.

Describing the Jordan Valley as “Israel's line of defense,” Netanyahu said Tuesday that the military would remain in the Valley -- home to some 47,000 Palestinians, the Associated Press reported.

In 1967, Tel Aviv occupied and later annexed Palestinian lands in the West Bank, which hosts the greater part of the valley, as well as East al-Quds (Jerusalem), the promised capital of the future state.

The international community, however, has refused to recognize either move.'


Tuesday, March 08, 2011

Lawful Rebellion Protestors Arrest Birkenhead County Court Judge and Reclaim Court for the People

Protestors have "civilly arrested" a judge at Birkenhead county court.

A crowd of several hundred people has massed around the court.

Police have begun forcibly ejecting protestors from the court in chaotic scenes.

Made up of people from across the UK, the marchers say they are excerting their "ancient right to lawful Rebellion under Article 16 of Magna Carta."

Around 20 police vehicles are now in attendance and several dozen officers are at the scene, some with dogs.

The crowd, although largely peaceful, is chanting "freedom" and "arrest that judge." '


Lady Gaga’s 'Born This Way' – The Illuminati Manifesto

Lady Gaga’s single “Born This Way” introduces the viewers to the birth of a “new race” and to a new world, using intricate imagery and a precise narrative. It is a psychedelic trip filled with occult and archetypal symbols, telling the story of a cosmic birth and new ideals. However, behind its outward message of acceptance, a more sinister message lies embedded in the symbolism of the video. We will look at the underlying meaning of “Born This Way” and analyze the meaning of the occult symbolism in the video.'


Agenda 21

'America Is NOT Broke': Michael Moore Speaks in Madison, WI -- March 5, 2011

Israel Keeping Ghaddafi Afloat

With approval from the government in Tel Aviv, an Israeli security firm is responsible for sending groups of African mercenaries to Libya to fight the protestors who have been calling for the fall of the Gaddafi regime for the last two weeks, reports Al Jazeera’s website, citing a source in the Israeli press. The journalist from Israeli daily Yediot Ahronot, who prefers to remain anonymous, said that according to speculation in the security sector, Israel looks at Libya from a strategic perspective and in terms of security. The fall of Gaddafi would open the door for an Islamic regime in Libya, accordingto speculation.

In a meeting on February 18, Prime Minister Netanyahu, Defence Minister Barak and Foreign Minister Lieberman decided to recruit African mercenaries to fight alongside Gaddafi, according to the journalist. During the meeting, they decided to let General Israel Zef, the director of security firm Global CST, which is active in many African countries, to make a group of paramilitary mercenaries from Guinea, Nigeria, Central Africa, Mali, Senegal, Darfur and Southern Sudan available to Abdullah Assinousi, one of the heads of Libya’s intelligence agency.'


Britain: 'The Era Of Constant Electricity At Home Is Ending', National Grid Chief

There is something very,very wrong with this Coalition Government and it’s energy policies, the evidence continues to mount from around the world that wind power, quite simply does not work for a wide range of reasons: too much wind, too little, the turbines are frozen.

Again and again blogs and MSM outlets have pointed out that Chris Huhne will cause Black Out Britain and still blinded by the light of Climate Religion Dave and the Huhnatic are hell bent on Blackout Britain, and it’s not just Climate Realists who say this.'


The Kids Punch Back - The Trailer

Rothschild Bankers Looting Nations Through World Bank/IMF

The World Bank/IMF is owned and controlled by NM Rothschild & Sons plus 30 to 40 of the wealthiest people in the world. For over 150 years they have planned to take over the planet through money. The former chief economist of the World Bank, Joe Stiglitz, was fired in 2000. He pointed out to top executives that every country the IMF/World Bank forced their way into ended up with a crashed economy, a destroyed government, and some even broke out in riots. Former President of the World Bank/IMF Sir James Wolfensohn, would not comment on his dismissal.

Before Joe Stiglitz was fired he took a large stack of secret documents out of the World Bank.'