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Feb 26 07:34

'Most unfortunate names' revealed

What do you call some of the most unlucky people in Britain?

Justin Case, Barb Dwyer and Stan Still.

It sounds like a bad joke, but a study has revealed that there really are unfortunate people with those names in the UK.

Joining them on the list are Terry Bull, Paige Turner, Mary Christmas and Anna Sasin.

And just imagine having to introduce yourself to a crowd as Doug Hole or Hazel Nutt.

Feb 26 07:25

Philip J. Berg: Is Obama The First "illegal Alien"President?

Alex Jones welcomes back to the show Philip J. Berg, a former deputy attorney general of Pennsylvania who brought a RICO lawsuit charging president George W. Bush and 154 others with complicity in the 9/11 attacks, and another suit challenging the eligibility of Barack Obama to become president.

Feb 26 07:23

American Sponsored Terrorism -AbdolMalek Rigi: Jundullah

You are either with us, or
with the terrorists!?

AbdolMalek Rigi, Iran's most wanted man for mass murder, armed robbery, kidnapping, acts of sabotage and bombings has been arrested by Iran.

Citing US and Pakistani intelligence sources, the news group of an American televison network, ABC, reported in 2007 that the terrorist group "has been secretly encouraged and advised by American officials" to destabilize the government of Iran.

Investigative journalist Seymour Hersh revealed in another report in July 2008 that US Congressional leaders had secretly agreed to former President George W. Bush's USD 400 million funding request, which gave the US a free hand in arming and funding terrorist groups such as Jundallah militants.

Feb 26 07:22

Blackwater on Trial: Murders, drugs & alcohol

Blackwater on Trial: Murders, drugs & alcohol

American security guards charged with killing two civilians in Afghanistan had criminal records, a Senate committee has heard. They were guilty of assault, battery and drug-taking in the past. The men were in Afghanistan with a subsidiary of the private security firm Blackwater, previously accused of murdering civilians in Iraq.

Feb 26 07:19

CIA helps terrorists in Iran? Jundullah leader claims agency arms support

CIA helps terrorists in Iran? Jundullah leader claims agency arms support

The leader of a Sunni terrorist group fighting against Shiites in Iran says his organization has close links with the CIA. The head of the Jundullah group was captured earlier this week in the south of the country. Abol-malik Rigi says he met the U.S. agents in Pakistan, who promised support for carrying out terrorist attacks in Iran.

Feb 26 07:11

IPCC member admits to not reading IPCC report

In another blow to the organization's crumbling credibility, a senior Irish member of the IPCC admitted that he has not bothered to read the fourth IPCC report in its entirety, but advocates "changing our lifestyle" based on its findings.

Feb 26 07:07

Leaked UN Documents Reveal Plan For “Green World Order” By 2012

Leaked policy documents reveal that the United Nations plans to create a “green world order” by 2012 which will be enforced by a structure of global governance and funded by a gargantuan $45 trillion transfer of wealth from richer countries, as the globalists’ insidious plan to centralize power, crush sovereignty while devastating the economy is exposed once again.

Feb 26 07:03

Global Warming Update

Punish the liars!


"Mounting evidence suggests that claims of manmade global warming might turn out to be the greatest hoax in mankind's history."

Certainly one of the biggest, but there are some other contenders now, and with the reality of a massive conspiracy to lie the world into carbon taxes and global government laid bare to all it is time to add LYING as an Olympic sport.

So, nominations are now open for your choice of the greatest lie ever told to the world. Send them in and we will have an online poll to see who gets the (fake) gold medal!

Feb 26 07:03

Keiser Report No20: Markets! Finance! Scandal!

Every week Max Keiser looks at all the scandal behind the financial news headlines. This time Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, look at the scandals behind 'debt attacks' on Spain and Greece; record short positions on the euro and whether Shanghai will be the next financial crisis. Keiser also talks to Steve Keen for an update on the Australian housing market, the continuing deflationary collapse and the chances of unrest.

Feb 26 07:01

Vitamin B 'can rewire stroke patients' brain', study finds

Doctors at the Henry Ford Hospital, in Detroit, found that vitamin B3, or niacin - a common water-soluble vitamin - restored a brain’s neurological function after a stroke.

Feb 26 06:58

Tyrants,Torturers and Taxmen:Pillars of Civilization

Feb 26 06:58

Security services have 'dubious record' on torture, judge says

MI5 and MI6 have a "dubious record" on human rights and torture, and have "an interest in the suppression" of information about the treatment of former terrorism suspects, the Master of the Rolls has said.

Feb 26 06:46

Doug Casey : A Major Turning Point

For what its worth.

Feb 26 06:45

The Truth About 9/11

The Truth About 9/11

In the past year, in response to emerging independent science on the 9/11 attacks, nine corporate, seven public, and two independent media outlets aired analytic programs investigating the official account.

Increasingly, the issue is treated as a scientific controversy worthy of debate, rather than as a "conspiracy theory" ignoring science and common sense.

This essay presents these media analyses in the form of 18 case studies.

Feb 26 06:13

10 Fantastic Cat Facts

Got a cat? While you probably know lots about your furry feline, we bet there are some fantastically fun facts you don’t know…

Feb 26 06:13

This man has spent 8 years in prison because nobody bought his ridiculous story about his toyota accelerating out of control and killing 3 people

Ever since his 1996 Toyota Camry shot up an interstate ramp, plowing into the back of an Oldsmobile in a horrific crash that killed three people, Koua Fong Lee insisted he had done everything he could to stop the car.

A jury didn't believe him, and a judge sentenced him to eight years in prison. But now, new revelations of safety problems with Toyotas have Lee pressing to get his case reopened and his freedom restored. Relatives of the victims — who condemned Lee at his sentencing three years ago — now believe he is innocent and are planning to sue Toyota. The prosecutor who sent Lee to prison said he thinks the case merits another look.

Feb 26 06:12

The First Test That Proves General Theory of Relativity Wrong

According to Einstein's theory of general relativity, a moving mass should create another field, called gravitomagnetic field, besides its static gravitational field. This field has now been measured for the first time and to the scientists' astonishment, it proved to be no less than one hundred million trillion times larger than Einstein's General Relativity predicts.

Feb 26 06:11

Washington Times Questions Inaccuracies In 9/11 Story

Washington Times Questions Inaccuracies In 9/11 Story

By Tim King

25 February, 2010

The Washington Times publishes story questioning official account.

Newly released photos of New York on September 11, 2001 by the NY Police Association. Remaining pictures below.

(SALEM, Ore.) - The mainstream press is showing interest in a taboo, however glaring subject; the inconsistencies in the Bush White House 9/11 account.

Feb 26 06:10

The Road to Armageddon

The Road to Armageddon

Paul Craig Roberts

Thursday, February 25, 2010

The Washington Times is a newspaper that looks with favor upon the Bush/Cheney/Obama/neocon wars of aggression in the Middle East and favors making terrorists pay for 9/11. Therefore, I was surprised to learn on February 24 that the most popular story on the paper’s website for the past three days was the “Inside the Beltway” report, “Explosive News,” about the 31 press conferences in cities in the US and abroad on February 19 held by Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, an organization of professionals which now has 1,000 members.

I was even more surprised that the news report treated the press conference seriously.

Feb 26 05:24



by Martin D. Weiss, Ph.D. 02-22-10

If you thought Wall Street’s debt crisis was traumatic, wait till you the see the consequences of Washington’s debt crisis!

Never before in history has a world power like the U.S. been so utterly buried in debt! And never before has that debt been financed so massively by foreign investors!

Nineteenth century Mexico, Spain, and Argentina accumulated so much debt, they were forced to default.

In the 20th century, a similar fate befell Germany (1932) … China (1939) … Turkey (1978) … Mexico again in 1982 … Brazil and the Philippines (1983) … South Africa in 1985 … plus Russia and Pakistan in 1998.

Feb 26 02:43

How Prime Minister Hotoyama Can Stop The "Japan Bashing"

The Japanese central bank (BOJ) presently holds more than $1 trillion US Treasurys and dollar-backed assets. PM Hatoyama should announce that USTs will be liquidated incrementally at 5 percent per week until the balance is zero.

The government should warn that it will temporarily close Toyota plants now operating in the United States at a pace of one per month.

There should be a thorough review of import tariff policy, with the prospect of raising tariffs on US imports by 30 to 50 percent.

US nationals working in Japan should be required to update their Visas on a monthly basis pending resolution of the Toyota controversy.

New regulations and taxes should be targeted at US industries and financial institutions operating in Japan.

Feb 26 02:33

Afghan Senators Demand Execution of Foreign Troops;

Pajhwok News Agency reports that on Tuesday, the Afghanistan senate deplored the foreign airstrikes that killed 21 innocent civilians in the province of Daikundi on Sunday, and demanded that NATO avoid any repetition of this sort of error.

But some senators went farther, demanding that NATO or US military men responsible for the deaths be executed. Senator Hamidullah Tokhi of Uuzgan complained to Pajhwok that the foreign forces had killed civilians in such incidents time and again, and kept apologizing but then repeating the fatal mistake: "Anyone killing an ordinary Afghan should be executed in public."

Feb 25 23:44

Senate votes to renew Patriot Act

The law was passed by voice vote, which does not require debate on the Senate floor.

Feb 25 23:22

Ramzpaul: Dear Timmy [Geithner] - Joe Stack/IRS & MUCH more

Some very pithy observations - wonder if he is listening to Mike's show.....

Feb 25 20:59

More on the Federal Reserve Cover-Up of Saddam Hussein Payoffs

We now have more evidence of the Federal Reserve cover-up of who paid off Saddam Hussein with crisp new Federal Reserve notes.