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Aug 17 02:44

The Obama Needle Stick

A warning that the new swine flu jab is linked to a deadly nerve disease has been sent by the Government to senior neurologists in a confidential letter.

The letter from the Health Protection Agency, the official body that oversees public health, has been leaked to The Mail on Sunday, leading to demands to know why the information has not been given to the public before the vaccination of millions of people, including children, begins.

It tells the neurologists that they must be alert for an increase in a brain disorder called Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS), which could be triggered by the vaccine.

Aug 17 02:19

Russell Blaylock, MD - What To Do If Force Vaccinated

Dr Blaylock's List of suggestions on How to Reduce the Toxic Effects of the A/H1N1 Vaccine, is as follows:

1. Number one on the list says Dr Blaylock, is to bring a cold pack with you and place it on the site of the injection as soon as you can, as this will block the immune reaction. Once you get home, continue using a cold pack throughout the day. If you continue to have immune reactions the following day, have cold showers and continue with the cold press.

Aug 16 21:45

Brit Cabinet H1N1 Advisor Heads GlaxoSmithKline

British Cabinet advisor on Swine Flu also heads pharmaceutical company selling Tamiflu
July 28, 2009 · Anderson is one of the first people in Great Britain to have called the swine flu a “pandemic”
Cabinet H1N1 Advisor Heads GlaxoSmithKline | Jul 28, 2009

Aug 16 21:14

Aliyah anyone?

Not that I mind you understand; many look for greener pastures. (But a 6 month tour of SE Asia?) I wonder if any of Mr Madoff's "customers" will make aliyah.

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North American immigrants wave as they arrive in Israel on a Nefesh B'Nefesh flight from New York, July 7, 2009. (Sasson Tiram) NEW YORK (JTA) -- For six years, Laurie Turnof worked long hours as an assistant vice president at Lehman Brothers; her career was her top priority.

Aug 16 20:39

The Summer of Resistance

We,the people of the United States,are America -
Our Founding Fathers built this nation with blood,sweat and tears -
With the cries of warriors,martyrs and the screaming sound of rattling shackles broken through diplomacy and brotherhood.
We,the people of the United States,decide who rules over us.
We are the people who make up this melting pot of culture and unity,and we will not stand while our nation is torn while we watch helplessly from the sidelines.

We are all “brothers in suffering, brothers in resistance, brothers in ideals and conviction. It is now our duty to further strengthen this bond in order to secure this hard-won freedom for future generations.”
If we don’t stand up for each other who will?

Aug 16 19:30

Experts warned dispersal of Tamiflu would do more harm than good

The government rejected advice from its expert advisers on swine flu, who said there was no need for the widespread use of Tamiflu and suggested that the public should simply be told to take paracetamol.

Aug 16 19:19

Israel soldiers on Gaza: Excerpts

A group of Israeli soldiers who took part in the Cast Lead operation in Gaza in January have published anonymous testimonies describing a range of abuses during the conflict. The activist group which gathered them, Breaking the Silence, says they stemmed from Israeli policy and rules and engagement, not just mistakes or individual soldiers failing to follow orders.

Aug 16 18:53

Miliband under fire for saying terrorism can be 'justified' in some circumstances

The Foreign Office leapt to David Miliband's defence last night after he triggered outrage by saying terrorism is justified in some circumstances.

The Foreign Secretary also said in an interview that there were circumstances where terror was 'effective'.

9/11 has certainly been an effective tool for politicians...

Aug 16 18:48

The sacrifice and the shameful spin

For a man who admits to being 'no intellectual', our lumpen Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth has had a lot to say for himself in recent days. Predictably, most of it was not very clever.

In an article for this week's New Statesman magazine, he accused those who question our presence in Afghanistan and the level of blood sacrifice involved as 'defeatists'.

He went on to dismiss critics of troop and equipment shortages on the front line as 'people who misunderstand the nature of coalition warfare'.

Then yesterday, in direct contradiction of all military experts including the new head of the Army, General Sir David Richards, he told the BBC that we should be able to 'sort Afghanistan out within the next year or so'.

Aug 16 18:40

MoD's secret UFO files tell of 'alien Toblerones' over Scotland

Apparently they taste awful :)

Aug 16 16:19

Rabbis Raping Boys in Israel

For several weeks in April last year, the seven-year-old son of residents of the ultra-Orthodox Ramat Beit Shemesh neighborhood insisted on staying at home. "This was odd, because he always loved to go to school," relates his mother. "All of a sudden he looked scared and tried to find excuses not to go."

Then one day the boy suddenly told his elder brother: "The rabbi touched me."

"The rabbi" is a teacher at the ultra-Orthodox Yishrei Lev school for boys, which the boy attended. "When his brother asked, 'Where did he touch you?'" relates the father, "the boy pointed to his intimate parts."
The parents, who immigrated to Israel from the United States about 10 years ago, are very active in the ultra-Orthodox "Anglo-Saxon" (English-speaking) community in Ramat Beit Shemesh.

Aug 16 16:07

Prepare for war: Chavez

'We do not want war, we hate it. But we must prepare for it. We are number one on the list, Venezuela. We are the first target of the (United States). Using Colombia and the bases in Aruba and Curacao, they are surrounding us,' Mr Chavez warned.

Aug 16 13:44

Free-Market Health Care?

Aug 16 12:20

Child Abuse: Using children to TEST flu vaccine

12,000 Oklahoma children to be tested with new H1N1 flu vaccine to see any side effects
July 28,
Because H1N1 flu is a novel virus, parents are concerned as 12,000 children in Oklahoma are going to be tested with vaccinations for H1N1 to see whether there are any serious side effects. Some parents are complaining the only benefit is going to be for the vaccine manufacturers.
Among the parents' fears are the fear of autism, fear of children becoming paralyzed by novel reactions similar to the syndrome that occured with a different type of swine flu vaccine in 1976.
The problem is that the onset of serious side effects could take four weeks or longer to appear.

Aug 16 11:10

[Video] Sleep Running Dog

Aug 16 10:59

Mandelson launches crackdown on file sharing... just days after meeting with record producer

Lord Mandelson launched a crackdown on internet piracy just days after meeting a leading Hollywood critic of illegal file sharing.

The business secretary plans to criminalise the estimated seven million people - one in 12 of the population - who illicitly download music and films over the internet.

In what critics describe as a gross attack on civil liberties, those flouting new laws could see their internet accounts suspended and face fines of up to £50,000. It means parents could be thrown off the net even if it is their children are caught downloading tracks upstairs in their bedrooms, not them.

Lord Mandelson ordered officials to draw up the draconian regulations just days after dinner with David Geffen, who founded the Asylum record label which signed Bob Dylan.

Aug 16 10:52

Pictured: Stunning new image of Mars show half-mile wide crater complete with sand dunes

It is one of the most dramatic images to ever emerge from Mars.

In fact, this extraordinary photograph is so clear that even the sand dunes at the base of the half-mile wide canyon are visible.

Experts even believe that they can see the tracks of a Mars lander on the left-hand corner of the Victoria Crater.

Aug 16 10:35

Top brass have 'no idea' how many troops have been wounded in Afghanistan

The Army has no idea how many of its soldiers have been wounded in Afghanistan, the top brass has admitted.

There are no accurate figures for the number of seriously injured soldiers in its ranks, according to the report prepared ordered by Sir Richard Dannatt, the chief of the general staff.

And many of those wounded in the line of duty are not receiving appropriate medical support. The news comes as the number of deaths surges past the 200 mark.

Aug 16 10:29

Palm accused of 'spying' on Pre owners

Palm Pre owner Joey Hess claims to have uncovered code within the phone's operating system which shows that the device is sending back information about his location to Palm.

The software developer said that log files for the handset show that his phone has been sending data back to Palm on a regular basis.

Mr Hess said that although the data was sent over a secure link, it contained information about his location, and a list of the applications installed on his handset. It showed how long he spent using those applications, and sent back crash data whenever applications unexpectedly quit.

Aug 16 09:26

Israeli Ambassador Claims 'UN's Gaza Report Written by Palestinians'

The latest United Nations anti-Israel report was written solely “to appease the Arab-controlled Human Rights Council,” Aharon Leshno Yaar, Israel’s ambassador to the UN in Geneva, claimed on Saturday.

He spoke with The Jerusalem Post by phone, a day after UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay submitted a report on what she termed “grave violations of human rights in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, particularly due to the recent Israeli military attacks against the occupied Gaza Strip.”

Aug 16 08:18

Judges Who Would Be King

The judiciary is on an unprecedented power trip.

Aug 16 07:24

Blogger's Case Could Test the Limits of Political Speech

New Jersey Man Was Arrested After Writing That 3 Judges 'Deserve to Be Killed'

He is now behind bars awaiting trial, accused of threatening the judges and deemed by a U.S. magistrate as too dangerous to be free.

Aug 16 07:11

Doctors told to watch for Guillain-Barre syndrome during Swine flu vaccination programme

Doctors are being urged to watch for cases of Guillain-Barre syndrome, a rare nerve disorder, as the new swine flu vaccine is introduced in October.

Guillain-Barre syndrome which attacks the nervous system and can cause paralysis and death is linked to infections like flu but it has also been suggested a previous swine flu vaccine had caused cases of the disease in America in the 1970s.

Aug 16 07:07

Macomb Township Tries To Repeal 2nd Amendment

Macomb Township Tries To Repeal 2nd Amendment, Fails Epically UPDATED with first-hand pics

What is it with liberals and gun rights. Liberals simply cannot find an individual right to carry in the U.S. Constitution, even though it is explicitly cited in amendments that specifically address only individual rights, but can find a right to abortion which is somehow invisibly inserted somewhere in the same document.

Aug 16 06:59

We have a 'right to starlight', astronomers say

The public's "right to starlight" is steadily being eroded by urban illumination that is the bane of astronomers everywhere, the International Astronomical Union said.

The body, which wrapped up on Friday an 11-day general assembly in Rio de Janeiro that attracted galaxy-gazers from around the world, argued that authorities should use more unobtrusive lighting in cities and towns.