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G. Edward Griffin’s RealityZone.com
2009 NOVEMBER 21 — 27
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British Member of Parliament delivers a jack-hammer 3-minute speech blasting the new European government and then is criticized by the EU President for speaking harshly. See for yourself the death of national sovereignty and the creation of a super-state in which leaders are appointed, not elected. YouTube 2009 Nov 25
Merck’s Vioxx scandal widens: Drug maker knew Vioxx was deadly for years before risk was made public. Natural News 2009 Nov 25 (Cached)
Canada: GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceutical recalls large batch of H1N1 vaccine in Canada because of ‘life-threatening’ allergy risk. [It is possible that what they are calling an allergy risk is really a risk from mercury and adjuvants.] Fox 2009 November 24 (Cached)
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UK: Bank of England releases information about £61.6 billion in secret loans made last year to two banks on verge of collapse. The money came from taxpayers, but the central bank and government did not tell them – to prevent a panic, of course. The public is expected to pay but is not trusted to be informed. Daily Mail UK, 2009 Nov 24 (Cached)
Most global banks still woefully unsafe, says S&P new rating system. Even after massive bailouts of tax dollars, they are ticking time bombs. Fractional-reserve banking is unfixable. Telegraph 2009 Nov 24 (Cached)
US: As barter becomes more popular, government takes aim at taxing yard sales, lemonade stands, fuel cells, and everything else sold on the black market — which, by the way, is the free market.
News Blaze 2009 Nov 24 (Cached)
UK: Police are arresting people, not for breaking the law or even being suspected of doing so, but merely to obtain their DNA for a national database, which now is the largest of its kind in the world. This is the agenda of a police state.
MSNBC 2009 Nov 24 (Cached)
The Obama administration is quietly supporting renewal of provisions of the Bush-era Patriot Act that allow the FBI to eavesdrop on calls and e-mails, to collect banking and credit information, and to criminalize support to terrorists, even if unintentional. Support to terrorists can be defined anyway the government wishes.
Inter Press 2009 Nov 23 (Cached)
UK: Lord Monckton delivers a scathing condemnation of the global-warming mythmakers and calls them by their correct names: fraudsters, huckstering snake-oil salesmen, profiteers, and criminals. Well worth the read.
Pajamas Media, 2009 Nov 23 (Cached)
UK: Leaked documents from university climate-research unit reveal manipulation and suppression of data to create false support for global-warming myth. Should be the final nail in the coffin of cap-and-trade legislation — but it will be ignored, because the political goal is control of humans, not concern for climate. American 2009 Nov 23 (Cached)
Canada: A woman on disability for “profound depression” has her insurance benefits cut off after she posted photos of herself at a party having a good time with no evidence of depression. The insurance company may have been justified but a secondary issue is that corporations and government do not hesitate to track you on the Internet.
ABC 2009 Nov 23 (Cached)
Australia: Government wants power to detain anyone for 3 months if they refuse testing or so-called “treatment” for any infectious disease – to protect the public, of course.
AdelaideNow Posted 2009 Nov 21 (Cached)
Monsanto withdraws application for approval of 2 new types of genetically modified corn, claiming “decreased commercial value.” Non-Monsanto scientists believe the real reason is that the products are toxic when cooked and may cause cancer. GreenPlanet.net, Posted 2009 Nov 21 (Cached)
US: Millions of taxpayers may have to give back the so-called stimulus tax credit they previously received. The government was so anxious to gain public support that it overlooked rules that disqualify many recipients.
MSNBC posted 2009 Nov 21 (Cached)
Is America struggling with hunger? This analysis suggests that the “one-in-eight” statistic is much too high. von Mises Posted 2009 Nov 21 (Cached)