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G. Edward Griffin’s RealityZone.com
2010 SEPTEMBER 25 – OCTOBER 1
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US: TARP (Troubled Asset Relief Program) $700 billion bailouts, signed into law in 2008, will expire October 3. Treasury Secretary Geithner boasts that it was a success because the money was paid back or soon will be. [Mainstream media plays this theme without questioning the details. However, it mostly is a bookkeeping trick to pacify taxpayers prior to elections. We predict that, when all facts are known, the government indirectly is providing the money to pay itself back.] Yahoo 2010 Oct 1 (Cached)
[These so-called scientific experiments occurred in the 1940’s, but there is abundant evidence that the government continues to use humans as guinea pigs in ongoing experiments for bacteriological warfare and depopulation.] MSNBC 2010 Oct 1 (Cached)
UN predicts that unemployment and reduction in government “benefits” will trigger expanding social unrest and riots. It recommends more government debt and more bailouts, the very things that have caused the economic crisis. [Therefore, expect these predictions to come to pass leading to global police-state measures to quell the violence.] Guardian 2010 Oct 1 (Cached)
AIG claims it will pay back its taxpayer-funded bailout totaling $182.3 billion. The money is expected to come from the sale of 1.66 billion shares of common stock sold by the government to private and institutional buyers. [Since AIG continues to lose money, who will buy this stock at prices high enough to cover the bailout cost? Answer: No one unless (1) they are fools or (2) they have a secret agreement from the Treasury and the Fed to provide the money and protect them against loss. We predict that, when all the facts are known, we will discover that the government is providing a hidden bailout to repay the visible bailout, an accounting trick to fool the American people.]
Bloomberg 2010 Sep 30 (Cached)
US: Feds are radiating Americans it traffic checkpoints, using Backscatter X-ray vans – to fight terrorism, of course. The government now is using hundreds of these vans to scan vehicles and homes, with no regard for radiation health consequences. InfoWars 2010 Sep 29 (Cached)
US: When Hillary Clinton was a presidential candidate, she said she would ban private mercenary firms. Now that she is Secretary of State, this month she will award government contracts worth over $2 billion to private mercenary firms.
Wired 2010 Sep 29 (Cached)
FBI raids homes of peace activists in Illinois and Minnesota. Obama continues Bush-era programs of unconstitutional and unjustified harassment of anyone who objects to government policies. [In this Orwellian nightmare, even peace activists are classified as terrorists.] OpEdNews 2010 Sep 29 (Cached)
Massive anti-austerity protests sweep across Europe. 100,000 march on EU headquarters in Brussels. Workers and doctors stage general strikes – to protest the banks and politicians who have bankrupted the welfare state. [No one wants to give up their piece of the plunder. Demonstrators have no concept of economic or political reality because they clamor for the impossible. When the mobs become violent, they will provide an excuse for martial law, which is the end game of all collectivist systems.]
Yahoo 2010 Sep 29 (Cached)
UK: Royal Society, under pressure from its members, backs away from its previous endorsement of the global-warming myth and now says it is uncertain about future climate change.
Daily Mail 2010 Sep 28 (Cached)
US Navy is targeting coasts, oceans and inland areas for 5-year “war games”. Weapons to be be tested are expected to have seriously harmful effects on marine life. Public comments opposing the plan will be accepted through October. [We believe that whatever national security objectives may be met, they will be dwarfed by further destruction of sea ecosystems. The Gulf oil spill will seem inconsequential by comparison.] News With Views Posted 2010 Sep 28 (Cached)
FBI agents and supervisors engaged in significant cheating on exams. The exam dealt with rules for conducting surveillance on American citizens. [If agents don’t follow rules for exams, why would we think they would follow rules for surveillance – or any other rules?] Yahoo 2010 Sep 27 (Cached)
US: Government wants ALL wire transfers of money to be sent to a national database. The current law requires documentation of only those over $10,000. [It’s to catch terrorists, of course.]
Washington Post 2010 Sep 27 (Cached)
Obama Administration wants more power to tap into private Internet and e-mail communications because some systems are encrypted. [You guessed it. Once again, it’s to combat terrorism.]
Yahoo 2010 Sep 27 (Cached)
US: H1N1 flu vaccine has caused over 3500 miscarriages and stillbirths. The vaccine is not approved for children under 6 months; yet, pregnant women routinely are given these shots.
American Chronicle 2010 Sep 27 (Cached)
The agenda of the Bilderberg meeting in Spain a few months ago included a discussion on global cooling. That’s right, cooling. [Now that the myth of global warming is discredited, the elites will try to redefine their invented crisis with new terms like “climate change,” “climate disruption,” and “energy security.”]
Telegraph 2010 Sep 26 (Cached)
Iran: 60% of the country’s industrial plants have been infected by a sophisticated computer worm designed to shut down the systems. Experts say the nature of the attack suggests it was launched by a major government or a well-funded private party. Iran’s nuclear facility seems to be the target. Guardian 2010 Sep 26 (Cached)
In 2006, the California legislature passed a Cap-and-Trade law designed to be compliant with UN guidelines. If phased into action next year, it would vastly increase the cost of energy production and further damage California’s sick economy. In the November election, it is being challenged by ballot Proposition 23. A Yes vote will suspend Cap-and-Trade until unemployment falls below 5.5%.
Full Disclosure Network 2010 Sep 26
US: Coin dealers angered by new tax rule that was buried in the ObamaCare law. They must report all coin purchases over $600 to the IRS cumulatively over the year. Government expects $17 billion in additional taxes to fund ObamaCare.
ABC News Posted 2010 Jul 25 (Cached)
Six states have introduced “Freedom-of-Choice in Health Care” legislation that many people believe nullifies ObamaCare – but that is not true. It merely nullifies the provision that requires every citizen to purchase insurance. Thousands of other provisions and 150 new federal agencies remain untouched. [What we need are statesmen at the state level to introduce true nullification bills that would stop the monster entirely.] JBS Posted 2010 Sep 25 (Cached)
Click here to see model legislation to achieve that.
Florida beaches are off-limits for digging (including building sandcastles). Even cleanup crews with heavy duty sifting and cleaning machines are prohibited from digging below 6″. [Why? Let’s see. Oh, yes. It might disturb archeological deposits! Yes, that’s it. More realistically, they don’t want the public to see the extent of the damage. Or worse; damage to the ecosystem may be what they want. Remember: crisis always is an excuse for expanding political power.] Raw Story Posted 2010 Sep 25 (Cached)
Nine private industries that monitor your your bank transactions, text messages, search engine visits, medical records, personal habits, even your location. Daily Finance Posted 2010 Sep 25 (Cached)
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“Silver Shines!” G. Edward Griffin discusses the monetary system with Idaho State Representative Phil Hart who has written legislation to introduce silver into the free market as a medium of exchange. MorphCity.com 2010 Sep 28
Richard Fine (who many consider a political prisoner because he was imprisoned for 18 months in solitary confinement for claiming that LA County judges are being paid off) was released last week. In this video, he describes his darkest moments in prison and his views on judicial corruption.
YouTube 2010 Sep 23
Good advice for packing a Bug-Out Bag in case of emergency – and much more.
NeitherCorp.us 2010 Sep 22 (Cached)
US: 9/11 remains shrouded with unanswered questions. Here is newly obtained evidence that there were explosions and deaths in WTC Building 7 before either of the Twin Towers collapsed. [That means the damage that brought down Building 7 was not from the collapse of the twins, which is the official version.] IntelHub 2010 Sep 14 (Cached)
9/11 Ground-Zero Mosque and fanatic Koran-burning pastor hog headlines on the 9th anniversary of 9/11. [Questions are raised about the true character and motive of Hisham Elzanaty, an Egyptian-born businessman who says he provided financing for the buildings where the center would be built. The issue was given so much coverage in mainstream media that it deflected attention away from unanswered questions about 9/11 itself or lawsuits by First Responders.]
F. William Engdahl 2010 Sep 14 (Cached)
Global land grab is underway in which multinational corporations and billionaire investors are buying up huge tracts of land in 3rd-World countries that have value for food production. Future control over food is expected to be more valuable than oil.
Telegraph 2010 Sep 12
Ironically, the UN World Bank and IMF force many countries to sell their land to multinational corporations to pay off debts. YouTube