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G. Edward Griffin’s RealityZone.com
2010 MARCH 20 – 26
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Canada: Pfizer found guilty of fraud for promoting an epilepsy drug as a treatment for pain, migraines, and bi-polar disorder. Execs will go unpunished, while the $142M fine will be paid by shareholders. [The laws should be changed to prevent corporate managers from escaping personal responsibility for their acts.] CBC News 2010 Mar 26 (Cached)
Cuban Communist leader Fidel Castro salutes Obama’s healthcare bill. [Any questions?]
Earth Times 2010 Mar 25 (Cached)
US: Poll shows that majority of voters oppose the new health care bill. [So why was it rammed through Congress? Answer: Congress serves hidden interests, not the will of the people.] Rasmussen Reports 2010 Mar 25 (Cached)
Google moves from mainland China to Hong Kong in a conflict over Chinese censorship and hacking into dissidents’ e-mail accounts. GoDaddy, the world’s largest Internet domain-name seller, and Dell are considering moving out of China, too. Yahoo News 2010 Mar 25 (Cached)
Scotland Yard asks Internet cafe owners to snoop in their customer’s hard drives – to fight terrorism, of course. Yahoo News 2010 Mar 25 (Cached)
UK: School stages a fake shooting death of teacher, causing mass panic and traumatizing children. [Supposedly was an exercise to show how eye witnesses can be fooled but could have been to demonize handguns.] Daily Mail 2010 Mar 25 (Cached)
New technology is available to governments and criminals that can access Internet encrypted data without leaving a trace. That includes financial transactions and private communications. This technology already is used in China to target political dissidents. [Rest of the world next?]
Wired 2010 Mar 25 (Cached)
It long has been known that waterways are polluted by pharmaceutical drugs that are discarded or excreted by humans. A new study shows that showers and baths are an additional source of pollution because they pick up the residue from hormone creams, antiseptics, patches, and other topical medications that remain on the skin. Businessweek 2010 Mar 25 (Cached)
US: Judge Napolitano explains what to do about healthcare bill: “vote the bums out”, states refuse to comply, return selection of US senators to the states, abolish the income tax, and states threaten to amend the Constitution. We published this previously but it bears repeating – over and over. YouTube Posted 2010 Mar 25
US: Aviation security to adopt Israeli protocols, because they involve “more engagement with passengers.” That means interrogation, examination of computer hard drives, cell-phone directories, and personal papers. Ynet 2010 Mar 24 (Cached)
The UN now admits that its claims regarding meat consumption and global warming were exaggerated as a result of manipulated statistics. [This is just one more item in a long list of UN fraud to promote the myth of global warming.] Telegraph 2010 Mar 24 (Cached)
US: 4-year-old mystery of disappearing honeybees may be solved. New studies show that the die-off of bees coincides with a rise in pesticide residue in bee pollen. That means the toxins are being absorbed by the bees. About 1/3 of the human diet is from plants that require pollination. If bee colonies continue to decline, the world’s food supply is doomed. [Manufacturers will insist that their chemicals are not responsible.] Yahoo News 2010 Mar 24 (Cached)
An “independent investigator” of the Climategate scandal failed to disclose that he is the director of an environmental network that supports the myth of global warming. [No surprises here, as the University of East Anglia selected its own investigators – just like with government scandals.] The Register 2010 Mar 24 (Cached)
Senator Jim DeMint (SC) has introduced legislation to repeal Obamacare. It has little chance of passing, because Obama would veto. However, the 2010 midterm elections are approaching and this issue will be hot at that time. USA Today 2010 Mar 23 (Cached)
US: Man who was key planner of Mumbai attacks is now protected by FBI from being questioned about his possible links to US intelligence agencies. He is also protected from being expedited to India where he could be questioned and prosecuted for mass murder. [If you don’t understand this, ask any grade-school student to explain.] Asia Times 2010 Mar 23 (Cached)
US: Healthcare legislation can exempt key government employees from purchasing health coverage. Many of them were the very people who helped draft the legislation. Politico 2010 Mar 23 (Cached)
France: Sarkozy’s ruling party suffers stunning defeats in regional elections because of its plan for a carbon tax. Now the tax is scrapped, but collectivist politicians have not given up. Their new tactic is to bypass French voters and have the tax imposed by the EU, instead. Voters have no control over the EU. Businessweek 2010 Mar 23 (Cached)
The use of antibiotics prior to and during pregnancy is linked to the rise in birth defects.
Natural News 2010 Mar 23 (Cached)
Rotarix vaccine was accidentally contaminated with a pig virus. 1 million children in the US and up to 30 million people worldwide have been injected. The manufacturer GlaxoSmithKline says the virus is not harmful. If it were, would they say so?
Cryptogon 2010 Mar 23 (Cached)
US: 15 new taxes contained in the healthcare bill. Business Insider 2010 Mar 22 (Cached)
US: 37 states are filing suits against the federal government over the healthcare bill, saying it is un-Constitutional. The Attorney General for Virginia states: “At no time in our history has the [federal] government mandated its citizens buy a good or a service. Just being alive is not interstate commerce.” Prison Planet 2010 Mar 22 (Cached)
US: Appellate court rules that Federal Reserve, although a private cartel, must disclose where it spent $2 billion of taxpayers’ money to bailout the financial industry. The Fed is expected to appeal to the Supreme Court. New American 2010 Mar 21 (Cached)
Russia: Thousands flood the streets in “Day of Wrath” to demand the resignation of Putin. Their complaints are higher taxes and a falling standard of living despite Russia’s economic windfall from oil. Unfortunately, after 90 years of life under collectivism, they are more focused on money than freedom. Guardian 2010 Mar 21 (Cached)
The use of home insecticides is linked to autoimmune disorders among women.
Natural News 2010 Mar 21 (Cached)
Australia stockpiles H1N1 flu vaccines for its population of 21 million for next year, despite only 191 deaths resulting from the “pandemic” this year – and it’s possible that many of those really were from seasonal flu. The financial bond between Big Pharma and Big Government is strong.
Businessweek 2010 Mar 21 (Cached)
US: Analysis of health care plan finds that thousands of additional IRS “bounty hunters” will be hired to enforce the purchase of “government approved” healthcare.
Canada Free Press 2010 Mar 21 (Cached)
Expert on vaccine additives and preservatives explains why aluminum commonly used in vaccines may be even more toxic than Thimerosal (mercury). Mercola 2010 Mar 20 (Cached)
The World Wildlife Fund offers itself as a broker to sell carbon credits based on the vast amount of CO2 locked up in the Amazon rainforest. These credits will be sold to manufacturers so they can continue to release pollutants. The result is no improvement for the environment but $60 billion to the WWF. Environmentalism is a very good business.
Telegraph 2010 Mar 20 (Cached)
US: On 7th anniversary of invasion of Iraq, thousands protest at the White House calling for an end to Middle East wars. Speakers point out that Obama has broken his campaign promises and has continued the policies of the Bush Administration that he condemned. Comcast News 2010 Mar 20 (Cached)
Lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch against Obama for secret deals in the healthcare bill that will benefit Big Pharma and other special-interest groups. The suit is based on The Federal Advisory Committee Act, which was used successful against Hillary’s healthcare program in the 90’s, when she was caught lying, and also against Cheney’s Energy Task Force, when it was discovered that he and the energy companies had divided up oil fields in Iraq before it was invaded. MSNBC TV 2010 Posted Mar 20 (Cached)
US Justice Department and 7 State Attorneys-General are investigating Monsanto for a monopoly on seeds and for offering payoffs to distributors to limit the sale of rival seeds. [That’s a good first step, but the greater crime is damage done to the food supply and human health by genetically engineered crops. If Monsanto is found guilty of breaking anti-trust laws, it simply will pay a fine and continue forward. If guilty of destroying natural food and human life, it should be put out of business and its managers imprisoned for life. Unfortunately, the Justice Department will look at the minor issue but ignore the major one.] FriendsEat.com Posted 2010 Mar 20 (Cached)
US: Jesse Ventura, who is admired by many for exposing modern conspiracies, reveals his belief in collectivism when he speaks in favor of government healthcare. Now we know why Fox News has put him on TV and is attempting to turn him into a celebrity icon for the freedom movement.
YouTube Posted 2010 Mar 20
US: 17% of military troops are given psychiatric drugs, even in combat zones. These drugs can impair reaction time and increase the risk for suicide. [It is no coincidence that suicides among military personnel are at an all-time high.] Army Times Posted 2010 Mar 20 (Cached)
New Jersey Tea Party launches a movement to recall US Senator Menendez for violating the Constitution. A state appeals court has ruled in favor of the Tea Party’s right to proceed because New Jersey has a constitutional amendment allowing for recall of elected officials, including US Senators. So now. Menendez must argue in court that the state’s constitutional amendment is in violation of the federal constitution. Once again, the issue is one of state sovereignty and state’s rights.
NJ.com Posted 2010 Mar 20 (Cached)
Obama Administration was caught funneling $6.4 bilion in stimulus money to 440 Congressional districts across the country that do not exist. The explanation was that it was a clerical error. The White House website, Recovery.org, now lists the phantom districts as “unassigned”. There has been no accounting of the $6.4 billion.
American Policy Center Posted 2010 Mar 20 (Cached)
US: 9/11 Truthers gather at Treason in America Conference. ABC reporter tries to paint them as a hate group that encourages violence.
RTAmerica Posted 2010 Mar 20
Reports and commentaries that look beyond the news to identify historical facts and trends that must be understood to place the news into perspective. This is our “think-tank” section that makes it possible to anticipate future events.
US: An excellent explanation of the coming HYPERinflation explained in a conversational and entertaining manner. If you are wondering what may lie ahead, the answer is here.
Backwoods Home Magazine 2010 Mar 23 (Cached)
US: Katherine Albrecht, co-author of “Spy Chips”, joins Gary Franchi on the Reality Report to discuss the latest on Real ID and RFID technology to track people worldwide. This is a highly recommended update. YouTube Posted 2010 Mar 20
US: Here is the latest AND ACCURATE news on S.510 and S.3002, falsely labeled as the Dietary Supplement Safety Act of 2010, which are legislative attacks on natural health by Senators John McCain and Byron Dorgan. NHF 2010 Mar 17 (Cached)
Mexico & US War on Drugs is a failure that has resulted in massive violence. Marijuana prohibition raises its price, and the profits are the main cause of cartel wars in Mexico. California has legalized medical marijuana, and now there is an initiative to tax it, which would once again increase its price. Politicians never get it right. Huffington Post 2010 Mar 15 (Cached)
US: Judge Napolitano and Professor Walter Williams discuss the upcoming census and your right NOT to answer personal questions.
YouTube Posted 2010 Mar 13
Jerry Day reveals the questions that will be asked by census workers and explains why they are not Constitutional. Matrix News Posted 2010 Feb 11
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