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G. Edward Griffin’s RealityZone.com
2009 OCTOBER 10 — 16
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Bank of America loses $2.24 billion from rising defaulted consumer loans. My Way 2009 Oct 16 (Cached)
The great orange juice scam. “Not from concentrate” does not mean what you think.
Real Food 2009 Oct 16
A Crash Course on Money
Los Angeles, 2009 October 24
Atlanta, 2009 November 7
New York, 2009 November 21
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US: IRS intensifies global hunt for secret offshore bank accounts. Bloomberg 2009 Oct 15 (Cached)
Atlantic hurricanes once again fail to cooperate with global-warming models. The 2009 hurricane season has the least storms since 1997 and the least hurricanes since 1982. Cooler ocean temperatures is the main factor.
Reuters 2009 Oct 14 (Cached)
US: Talented young cheerleader permanently disabled with neurological damage and seizures following a seasonal flu shot. Fox News reports the event but says such reactions are rare. So is honesty in media. Reactions are not rare at all. YouTube 2009 Oct 14
Dutch government seizes private bank after customers rush to remove their deposits.
WSJ 2009 Oct 13 (Cached)
UN and Interpol meet to discuss the use of a global database to be used by a global police force. NY Times 2009 Oct 11 (Cached)
Poland ratifies Lisbon Treaty. That leaves only The Czech Republic yet to sign. All participants are turning over national sovereignty to the EU, which is based on the model of global collectivism. VOA 2009 Oct 10 (Cached)
US: States suffer “unbelievable” revenue shortages. Higher taxes and shutdown of services loom. Yahoo Posted 2009 Oct 10 (Cached)
UK: Only 26% of public believe climate change is serious. Consequently, government launches so-called “public awareness” campaign to enlighten these confused people.
Reuters UK 2009 Posted Oct 10 (Cached)