Daily Archives: December 1, 2012

Intelligence Asset Anonymous Declares Cyber War on Syria

The Anonymous hackster collective has announced it will attack Syrian websites outside the country in response to the Syrian government shutting down the internet in that country. Anonymous’ declaration of war follows a story published in the New York Times on November 28 reporting that the U.S. is ready for direct intervention in Syria. In

Medical Tyranny is Here; We Can’t Say We Weren’t Warned

  Health care reform is a hot topic today, as it has been for much of America’s history. Benjamin Rush, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence, warned in 1787 that medical freedom needed to be included in the American Constitution. Without this protection, Rush warned that the medical establishment would naturally progress

Feud at The Fed: “Horrific Consequences” for Unlimited Easing

  The Fed’s plan to purchase $40 billion in mortgage-backed securities and $45 billion in long-term US Treasuries every month for the foreseeable future is now creating internal feuds.The Federal Reserve’s latest round of quantitative easing has no timetable to end or any measurable goal. Yesterday, the Dallas Fed President said this policy without limits

Life-Sized Chocolate Baby Heads Are This Season’s Creepiest Confection

For the cannibal with a sweet tooth and a strong stomach come these massive white chocolate sculptures sculpted to look like infants’ heads. Want to keep yourself from overindulging in sweets this holiday season? Every time you pick up a piece of chocolate, imagine on of these creepy things staring up at you. Cake maker

Supreme Court to Decide if Human Genes Are Patentable

The Supreme Court announced Friday it would review a case testing whether human genes may be patented, in a dispute weighing patents associated with human genes known to detect early signs of breast and ovarian cancer. A 2009 lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union claimed among other things the First Amendment is at

Arafat’s Body Exhumed

On November 27, Arafat’s body was exhumed. Samples were taken from his remains and surrounding soil. Tests are being conducted. International experts are involved. Earlier evidence proved he died from radioactive polonium poisoning. Tests will check for all possible toxic substances. Israel had motive and opportunity. Mossad and Shin Bet have long histories of targeted

Monsanto is the ‘Monster’ of Our Unhealthy Food Production

Monsanto and Monster start with ‘Mons’.  Let’s break Monsanto in two sections. The Webster’s Dictionary for Monster, one word of many descriptions is ‘Monstrous’. This fits Monsanto perfectly. The Dictionary word ‘Santonin’ is poisonous and also fits ‘Santo’ perfectly. I am playing on words. Monsanto plays on the visible.  I am going back 1600 years

Seven Key Ways Organic Farming Is Superior to Industrial Agriculture

The industrial agriculture system has convinced many Americans that it is a  necessity in order to produce an adequate food supply for the entire country. It  operates under the assumption that it produces higher yields, more profits and  is overall more efficient than organic farming. In reality, this couldn’t be  further from the truth. A

Supreme Court Declares Right to Film Police Is Protected Under First Amendment

  Ever since ordinary Americans have been able to instantly videotape any given situation, there have been powerful forces working to circumvent the Constitution and prohibit use of such technology. The most recent example involves a California man who was tossed in jail for four days after he attempted to videotape police officers on a

Death Panels for Babies Now Being Used Under ‘Death Pathways’ Name

Now sick babies go on death pathway: Doctor’s haunting testimony reveals how children are put on end-of-life plan •Practice of withdrawing food and fluid by tube being used on young  patients •Doctor admits starving and dehydrating ten babies to death in neonatal unit •Liverpool Care Pathway subject of independent inquiry ordered by ministers •Investigation, including child patients, will look at whether cash

Collectivism: The Doctrine of the Rulers

Individualism as the concept that defines the rights of the individual as the most important instead of those of the masses is not the issue of this writing. Collectivism as the idea that the common good is more important than that of a single individual is not the matter of this essay either. The issue

The Benefits of Himalayan Salt

  Himalayan crystal salt is far superior to traditional iodized salt. Himalayan salt is millions of years old and pure, untouched by many of the toxins and pollutants that pervade other forms of ocean salt. Known in the Himalayas as “white gold,” Himalayan Crystal Salt contains the same 84 natural minerals and elements found in

The Madness of a Lost Society 3 (VIDEO)

Another ‘Black Friday’ has come and gone. And it has left us with further evidence of the complete madness of the populace of our nation. America has been dealt a fatal blow by corporate greed, Bankster malfeasance and the insidious nature of collectivism — and it’s all been done to us by design. The once

Lawsuit Seeks Injunction Against EPA “Gas Chamber” Experiments

A lawsuit filed in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia seeks injunctive relief from human experimentation being conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency. The experiments involve gassing human subjects with PM2.5. The New York Health Department defines PM2.5 as follows: “Fine particulate matter (PM2.5) is an air pollutant that is a concern for people’s health when

UN Speaking With US and France to Acquire Drones to Spy on the Congo

The UN has called for the use of drones to conduct “surveillance” over the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda. Rumors of aiding rebels in Rwanda would justify the use of “peacekeeping” NATO Forces to take down M23 guerrillas. The UN has been grabbing land in Africa and fighting against locals to acquire mineral-rich

ADHD and Criminals: Big Pharma Wants to Create More Lifetime Customers

A new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine by Dr. William Cooper, pediatrics and preventive medicine professor at Vanderbilt University, claims that Ritalin and Adderall (two pharmaceutical drugs used to treat ADHD) can prevent the mind of hyperactive children from becoming criminals. Cooper contends that these drugs should continue to be administered

Walmart and 112 Dead Factory Workers

112 Bangladeshi workers perished in a factory fire last week – the cause is still under investigation. And as the tragedy made its way across international news headlines, it quickly became clear the factory was producing clothing for mega-retailer Walmart in the United States. Associated Press (AP) reported in their article, “Walmart Admits Bangladesh Factory