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More Ultra-Vivid Headlines from
G. Edward Griffin’s RealityZone.com

2010 JUNE 26 – JULY 2

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US: Congressman Issa (leader of the Oversight Committee) blasts BP Oil and Obama for blocking efforts to clean up the oil spill. [It is now clear that the agenda of those at the top is, not to control or clean up the oil spill, but to make it as bad as possible. Why? Because the crisis is useful to justify more government power over the environment and a ban on drilling. More power over the environment means higher taxes, economic hardship, and less personal freedom. Less drilling means less oil, higher prices, and more profit for less production.] WS Journal 2010 Jul 2 (Cached)

Ron Paul’s bill for a full audit of the Federal Reserve is rejected by the House in favor of the powder puff version (Dodd-Frank Empowerment Act). Here is a list of the Representatives that previously co-sponsored the bill and then voted against it. [Would you trust them again?] Tenth Amendment 2010 Jul 2 (Cached)

British council has been exposed inspecting and photographing schoolchildren’s lunch boxes,
– to insure proper nutrition, of course. Because of uproar from parents, the practice has been halted – for now.
Daily Mail 2010 Jul 2 (Cached)

Obama pushes for a national standard on immigration laws, claiming that, if Congress does not provide it, states like Arizona will do it themselves. His “standard” would be to grant citizenship to illegal aliens. Fox News 2010 Jul 1 (Cached)

European court rules that the United Kingdom’s “stop & search” laws are illegal and a breach of the Human Rights Convention. The government announces it will continue to enforce the law anyway. [You read that right. Totalitarian states are not overly concerned about court rulings if they get in the way.] Daily Mail 2010 Jul 1 (Cached)

At a town hall meeting, US Congressman, Pete Stark of California, denies there is an immigration problem, shows an appalling lack of knowledge about immigration laws, and is rude to his constituents. [There is no better example of the wide gap between the voters of America and the elitists who hold office.] InfoWars 2010 Jul 1 (Cached)

New research finds that plastics commonly used in water bottles and food containers are linked to asthma, cancer, and other health problems.
Natural News
2010 Jul 1 (Cached)

US: The government will destroy 40 million doses of unused swine flu vaccine with an additional 30 million expected to be destroyed later this year. Those 70 million doses cost the taxpayers nearly half a billion dollars, while Big Pharma walked away with the profits. [We predict it won’t be long before there will be another fraudulent pandemic scare and another round of vaccines. Next time, however, you may be forced to take the shots or be imprisoned.]
Fox News 2010 Jul 1 (Cached)

Doctors say that radiation from airport body scanners can cause skin cancer, especially to the face and neck. Naturally, security officials insist the scanners are safe. USA Today 2010 Jul 1 (Cached)

Researchers find alarmingly high levels of arsenic contamination in the flesh of broiler chickens – 6 to 9 times that allowed by the EPA. A “bucket” of Kentucky Fried Chicken would be expected to have almost fifty times the amount of arsenic allowed in a glass of water. Arsenic is fed to chickens to accelerate their growth. All-Creatures 2010 Jul 1 (Cached)

US: A federal court overturns Obama’s drilling ban, labeling it “overly broad, arbitrary and capricious.” The decision immediately is sent to an appeals court. Meanwhile, the government continues to prohibit drilling in spite of the ruling.
International Business Times
2010 Jun 30 (Cached)

US: In the face of voter anger over runaway spending and a $13 trillion deficit, collectivists have been unable to get enough votes in Congress to continue the expiring unemployment-benefits bill, so they are planning to attach that provision to the popular tax-credit bill for new home buyers. [One way or another, they are determined to extend and expand the welfare state until the welfare is gone and only the state remains.] Yahoo 2010 Jun 30 (Cached)

We are progressing well with the production of our chemtrails documentary, What in the World Are They Spraying! but we want to make sure we leave no stone unturned in getting the whole truth, so we are seeking contact with anyone willing to share their personal experience or scientific expertise
on either side of the controversy. If you are prepared to present and defend your point of view with personal or scientific evidence, we are anxious to hear from you. Please contact me at gedward.griffin@verizon.net.

Mexico: Candidate for Governor who was a critic of President Calderon’s half-hearted “war on drugs” is assassinated. NY Times 2010 Jun 29 (Cached)

UN is seeking to implement global taxes that would redistribute wealth to developing nations under the Millennium Development Goals, with a projected cost of $100 billion dollars to US taxpayers by 2015. [The UN is built solidly on the bedrock of collectivism, and this is just the beginning.] CFP 2010 Jun 29 (Cached)

Report from the UN calls for scrapping the U.S. Dollar as the world reserve currency. [Almost everyone is in favor of that, but now the debate begins about what will replace it. There will be much discussion about letting the free market decide based on free choice, but we can safely predict that, ultimately, the collectivists who dominate the UN will prevail with a global currency based on something called SDRs (Special Drawing Rights) administered by the IMF. This will be no different than the U.S. Dollar inasmuch as it will have no backing, and the amount that can be issued will be limited only by the imagination and political expediency of politicians and bankers. Inflation will continue and probably accelerate. Yet, the whole process will be called monetary “reform.”]
2010 Jun 29 (Cached)

US: Recent probe by FDA finds that airline food fails to meet minimum sanitation and safety standards. WCBS 2010 Jun 29 (Cached)

The psychiatry industry says that people who want to eat healthy foods are mentally ill. The name they have given to this preference is ‘orthorexia’, which means “nervous about correct eating”. [There can be no question that the psychiatrists who created this diagnosis are incurably insane.]
Natural News
2010 Jun 29 (Cached)

US: New bill is on the verge of passing the Senate to force Internet users to have government-issued ID tokens. Those without tokens will not be able to visit web sites. If you are not politically correct, you will not receive a token. The bill is designed to silence dissenters.
Prison Planet 2010 Jun 28 (Cached)

Genetically modified salmon could be the first FDA-approved GMO animal engineered to grow to adult size in half the time. [Before concluding this is good, be aware that there are human health risks in consuming GMOs, and some experts believe engineered salmon could harm or replace the wild salmon population.]
UK Daily Record
2010 Jun 28 (Cached)

US Supreme Court rules that a complete handgun ban is unconstitutional and that the 2nd Amendment applies to states as well as the federal government.
[This is a mix of good and bad news: good because the right to bear arms is upheld; bad because the Court set a precedent for overriding states’ rights to make their own rules in such matters. All other state powers could follow.] CBS News 2010 Jun 28 (Cached) [The danger exists that new federal “rights” now can be invented, like the right to health car, and states will be required to go along. See earlier analysis by G. Edward Griffin here.]

Toronto: G20 protests are marred by violent riots. Evidence indicates that, once again, this is the work of undercover police agents whose job is to provoke violence to give police an excuse to clamp down on all demonstrators and to taint those who protest the G20 with a false image of being hoodlums. [This article includes news reports from a 2007 protest where police admitted using undercover agents to incite violence.] Global Research 2010 Jun 27 (Cached)

US: Government panel recommends mandatory seasonal flu vaccines for the public – no exceptions. The CDC usually accepts the recommendations. Natural News 2010 Jun 26 (Cached)

Obama approves severe economic sanctions against Iran as punishment for Iran’s refusal to reduce its uranium enrichment work, which Iran says is for power generation, not nuclear weapons. Al Jezeera 2010 Jul 2 (Cached). Ron Paul explains why these sanctions can be considered an Act of War.
YouTube Posted
2010 Jun 26

Las Vegas: Police break into apartment of young man thought to be dealing marijuana and kill him with a shotgun even though he is unarmed. Officer who pulled the trigger has a history of questionable shootings.
[We don’t condone smoking Pot, but what insanity it is to apply lethal force of the state to such victimless crimes.]
StopThe DrugWar.org Posted 2010 Jun 26 (Cached)


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.

An amazing little video shows how people living in apartments are growing their own organic food in WINDOW FARMS. The plants are grown from bottles connected vertically and watered by a small fish-tank pump. You have to see this to believe it. YouTube Posted 2010 Jun 30

US: Medical bills are the leading cause of bankruptcies. More than 80% of US deaths follow long progressive illnesses. Many believe that Americans are over treated. [In our opinion, the problem is not over treatment but treatment with the wrong therapies. Nutrition is not only less expensive but often far more effective.] Yahoo 2010 Jun 28 (Cached)


These kids have it right.
Posted 2010 Jun 26 from Rock The Facts.

Joel Skousen’s analysis of the Gulf oil spill is superb. It separates disinformation from fact and reveals how the blowout was caused by a decision of BP top management against the advice of its own engineers. Don’t miss this.
Radio Liberty
Posted 2010 Jun 26

US Environmental group petitions the Department of Interior to declare wild bees as ‘endangered’. This article shows how the effect of the Endangered Species Act is to steal American land and impose heavy restrictions on landowners.
2010 Jun 25 (Cached)

This article explains the recent Supreme Court ruling in favor of Monsanto and shows how we are being fooled by advocacy and environmental groups into accepting corporate and political control over food. Solutions to protect against food scarcity are offered. MorphCity.com 2010 Jun 23 (Cached)

Is salted popcorn soon to become a federal offense? It will if influential collectivists have their way because, they say, most people are too dumb to make their own choices
. Crosstalk 2010 Jun 23 (Cached)

James Corbett delivers a stunningly concise and accurate explanation of the so-called ‘austerity’ programs demanded by the IMF. He is talking about the dismantling of nations and their conversion into puppets of large corporations and international bankers. But he also has a solution well worth considering. YouTube 2010 Jun 22


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Posted 2010 June 30 from Christina Sophia
Dear Ed,
I recently watched your lecture on the Quigley Formula (not sure where I got it now) and was very impressed at how you summarized and put such a big subject so succinctly into one hour. While I am familiar with this topic in general from your book, some of the details you explained concerning the history of Cecil Rhodes, the round table groups and the lists of people and organizations associated with all this today (though not surprising) was very eye-opening! I commend you on your great knowledge and skill in educating the masses (hopefully more and more masses) on the history of governments, central banks and the ‘trend toward collectivism’. I appreciate you for your
very clear thinking and thoughtful answers pertaining to these subjects.

There was however, one thing in your lecture that I could not agree with as you discussed the three elements that make acts a conspiracy: The third element you mentioned was that the activity is not be lawful or legal. Then you stated that usually the conspirators of today are acting lawfully. Well, we know that the federal reserve act was not exactly passed “lawfully”, that it was run through Congress and snuck in when the people had already previously rejected it; we know that many bills are put into law this same way today; & many of us today are aware that our election process has lost its integrity – so I think we can fairly say that the NWO conspirators are acting outside
the law in many ways. (More)


2010 Jun 26 from Mohamed Yousuf
Dear Mr. Griffin
I find your response to Mr. Laszlo most ridiculous and shows that you are taking one side but you don’t want to appear doing so. Have you ever visited the area? I suggest you do, to see how the Palestinians live; not only in Gaza, not in the west bank, by the way these two areas (representing 22% of the whole of the original Palestine) but in Israel proper. You sound so shamefully ignorant when you talk about “the sad conflict between Palestine and Israel”. Have you seen “Palestine” on the map? Have you ever seen what is left of the 22%; by the way should been established on 50% of the original Palestine. I am really disappointed to that you cannot filter a single truth over this conflict that has been going on for 60 years.
A disappointed Arab

Hello Mohamed.
Please do not misunderstand our position on this issue. We have already stated clearly that we do not think the Israeli claim to Gaza or any part of Palestine is justified and we think that the Israeli government has waged a propaganda war against its own people and the world to gain support for its actions. Furthermore, we are repelled by the covert ties between the Israeli and U.S. governments and their joint pursuit of global government based on the model of collectivism. But that does not make us partisans in a war to topple the state of Israel.

News stories coming from that part of the world are almost always loaded with emotional spin to throw public sympathy one way or the other. Our job at Unfiltered News is, as the name suggests, to unfilter the spin and present the facts; and that is hard to do when passionate advocates on both sides of the conflict feel free to distort the facts to generate hatred of their enemies, feeling that their cause is just and the end justifies the means.

We understand your indignation over the military occupation of Palestine, but we are not participants in this conflict (we have more than enough evil to combat in our own part of the world). We must continue to report events as accurately as we can, regardless of which side it favors. If it can be shown that we have made any errors of fact in our recent stories about the Israel attack on the Gaza flotilla, please send us documentation and first-person testimony to the contrary so we can share it with our readers.

2010 Jun 29 from Mohamed Yousuf
Thank you Mr. Griffin for your detailed response, and please accept my apology for the harsh language of my message. I must add that your message has restored my confidence in you. This is very important since I have been one of your “fans” for many years. As to Israel and America, I am afraid that the politics of your country has gone 100% Zionist. Your senate which is 99% pro Israel (more than the Israeli Knesset), plus a VP who is running around proudly announcing that he is a Zionist is something to consider when you are “combating evil in your part of the world”. You see, Mr. Griffin, politics is the art of bargaining. I am sure if you study the voting history in the Senate (both houses) you will see the Israeli factor influencing the local politics of the USA. Take for example Obama health care bill which I understand you do not approve. Do you know it was passed by the senate on the condition that the president does not press the Israeli government to stop building or expanding settlement in the West Bank. I am not sure how true this is but I heard it from one commentator from the USA. You see, Mr. Griffin the evil in your part of the world stretches all the way to the Middle East. The only consolation I have is that there are many good people in America. God bless you and keep up the good work.


2010 Jun 24 from James S.
Mr. Griffin,
In recent times, as you know, we are being programmed to believe that we are a “democracy” from the media, academia, power centers, attorneys, judges, politicians, etc. I cringe when I hear the “d” word. This ignorance must be cured with knowledge thus, I have created a venn diagram of the similarities and contrasts between a republic and a democracy. We must educate everybody that we are a republic, not a democracy. No credit to be given. I have already e-mailed this to family and friends, and I would like it to be available to other Unfiltered News readers as well. Perhaps they can spread it, too.

James, we will be happy to publish your comprehensive chard. Unfortunately, America now HAS BECOME a democracy, although it used to be and was intended to be a republic. We can never restore the republic until more people know the difference, so your analysis is very important and timely.


2010 Jun 23 from Dave Wilber
With all of us dependent on weightless money (credit) that the first users get in unlimited amounts for nothing, whose independence is celebrated annually on the Farce of July?

Shortly after his first inauguration as president of the united states, Ronald Reagan said: “We must respect the inde-pendence of the fed.”

Now you know! I heard him.


2010 Jun 23 from Rich Clarke
Even though this event happened months ago I thought that posting this video now would be very fitting with current events. I read a Yahoo! article that said in reference to Gen. McChrystal:

President Barack Obama rebuked his Afghanistan war commander for “poor judgment” Tuesday and considered whether to fire him in the most extraordinary airing of military-civilian tensions since Harry Truman stripped Gen. Douglas MacArthur of his command a half-century ago.

The circumstances were quite different 50 years ago. MacArthur’s removal from Korea had much more to do with his misgivings about the precedents being set in Korea. He viewed the conflict as laying the groundwork for perpetual war. His open opposition to the open war on world communism with no end in sight led to Truman’s rebuke. In a famed commencement address delivered by MacArthur at West Point very near to his death he repeated the most fundamental duty of a soldier in a phrase which resonates in the halls of reason and truth. “In war, there is no substitute for victory”
So when General Petraeus stopped by the theater where I work at Georgia Tech I met him and assisted in donning his lavaliere microphones. As the event progressed forward I became disgusted by the gimme questions the panel and then subsequently the students at Georgia Tech were asking him. He had a power point slide show for many of the questions. So I went out into the audience and decided to ask a pertinent question to a man who is the very model of what I would call a “proponent for perpetual war”. In the video clip below you’ll hear me ask about MacArthur’s doctrine and how we can reconcile it with our military today. In about 5-10 mins Petraeus proceeds to, in a word, say that MacArthur is irrelevant, a dinosaur. I’ll equipped to fight a terror network etc. and in doing so admitted that in this war VICTORY is not only undefinable, but that is it is not even on the table… and that’s fine. At one point he even says point blank “I don’t even like to use terms like victory or defeat.” Sad part is that I’m sure that to 99% of the people there his explanation made complete sense and was completely justifiable. I must ask myself who has changed the rules of war? Was it fone by Us or our aggressors? Are we playing by their rules or are they playing by ours in this new victory-less age?


‘End The Fed’ song by James Cobb. YouTube Posted 2010 Jun 23


2010 Jun 22 gfrom David Cole
Hello Mr. Griffin,
I would appreciate it if you would revisit the REPORT FROM IRON MOUNTAIN on Unfiltered News. This single document is the blueprint for everything we see going on today — especially the part dealing with deliberate pollution of the planet. Thank you very much.

I agree totally; so, for those who don’t know what this is all about, here is the link.


2010 Jun 21 from Mike Benoit
How do we bust out of the matrix when it comes to the idea that a libertarian or independent can’t win? Did you know that an elephant from infancy is trained with a chain on one leg tethered to a pole? The elephant learns that it can’t break the chain. Once the elephant’s mind is programmed that it can’t break the chain the chain is replaced with a rope, The elephant could set itself free, but it doesn’t because it is now programmed.

I am running for Congress in the 52 Congressional District. Here is how I plan to win. I have selected the city of Santee, which represents 10 percent of the district’s population to begin with. I am sure you will agree that if we walked just one street repeatedly we could gather enough votes to win that street. Well that is the plan for Santee, until we get over 33 percent of the vote. Once we have demonstrated that we can break the rope (the perception that we can’t win) then we will progress out to the rest of the district.

Will you help us in this endeavor? Can you imagine if we were able to get help from around the country? We can win by a concentration of effort from 435 districts into 1/10 of one district.

Our Campaign has produced a video, which we are handing out to possible voters. Signs have been posted in over 30 businesses and magnetic signs on over 50 vehicles. We can win this, if we get enough help.

We are the champions of the Constitution and of Liberty. For opportunities on how to help, contact us, at mblibertarian7@earthlink.net or call 619-885-1378. Thanks.


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