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Archive for January 2010

H1N1 Vaccine tied to major Military Mercenary Contractor DynaCorp

January 31, 2010

You might remember an earlier post on this site concerning the H1N1 vaccine and its part in attempting  control of the global populace. The approach involves injecting a nano-microchip into a person, which could then function to identify the person and track them anywhere on the globe, via satellites. And how to get these nanochips […]

Secret Banking Cabal Emerges: Bloomberg

January 30, 2010

The idea of secret banking cabals that control the country and global economy are a given among conspiracy theorists.  After this week’s congressional hearing into the bailout of American International Group Inc., you have to wonder if those folks are crazy after all. Wednesday’s hearing described a secretive group deploying billions of dollars to favored […]

Corporations have free and full reign to run the U.S.

January 29, 2010

For over a century, the US has slowly put some limits – too few, too feeble – on how much corporations can bribe, bully or intimidate politicians. On Tuesday, they were burned away in one whoosh. The Supreme Court ruled that corporations can suddenly run political adverts during an election campaign – and there is […]

Thirty percent of Americans rapidly approach poverty

January 29, 2010

A shocking report from Brookings exposes just how massive America’s poverty problem is. From 2000 – 2008, poverty grew at twice the rate of U.S. population growth, and now encompasses 39.1 million Americans. (This bad news has likely become far worse, as this research doesn’t include 2009 since full data hasn’t come out yet.) The […]

Aid agencies warn against the “militarization of aid” in Afghanistan

January 28, 2010

In a joint report eight NGOs, including Oxfam and Care, claim militarized aid usually takes only a short-term approach. They argue that the military should concentrate on improving security, leaving reconstruction to local authorities and aid organizations. The warning comes a day before the Afghanistan summit opens in London. The conference will be attended by […]

U.S. Military gets 40 cents of each U.S. aid dollar to Haiti

January 28, 2010

Of each U.S. taxpayer dollar, 40 cents is going to the U.S. military, paying for security, search and rescue teams, and the Navy’s hospital ship USNS Comfort. Less than two weeks after President Obama announced an initial $100 million for Haiti earthquake relief, U.S. government spending on the disaster has tripled to $317 million at […]

Criticism of U.S. Military in Haiti

January 27, 2010

Watch the U.S. media and its coverage of the crisis in Haiti, and you get the impression that Washington is a benevolent power doing its utmost to help with emergency relief in the Caribbean island nation. But tune into news from other parts of the world and you come away with a very different view. […]

The corporate state is firmly in place

January 26, 2010

Corporate forces, long before the Supreme Court’s decision in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission, carried out a coup d’état in slow motion. The coup is over. We lost. The ruling exposes the myth of a functioning democracy.  The corporate state is firmly cemented in place. Corporations have 35,000 lobbyists in Washington and thousands more […]

Strategy and strength of the Taliban insurgency in Afghanistan increasingly effective

January 25, 2010

A December 22 briefing, prepared by the top U.S. intelligence official in Afghanistan and obtained by CNN, maps out the strategy and strength of the Taliban and their allies in Afghanistan, and concludes that the Taliban insurgency in Afghanistan is increasingly effective. The briefing, which warns that the “situation is serious,” was prepared by Maj. […]

Dutch Commission concludes Iraqi War illegal

January 25, 2010

A Dutch commission of inquiry has concluded that the US-led 2003 Iraq war was illegal under international law. The conclusion has far-reaching implications. Potentially, it could open up leading politicians and military figures in the US and Britain to prosecution for war crimes. “The [UN] Security Council Resolutions on Iraq passed during the 1990s did […]