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G. Edward Griffin’s RealityZone.com
2010 AUGUST 14 – 20
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New study shows Gulf oil spill is recovering 90% slower than claimed by the government. This is due to use of a chemical dispersant that pushed the oil into lower depths where temperatures are very cold. Scientists say it will take years to recover.
Yahoo 2010 Aug 20 (Cached)
Zinc reduces the risk of pneumonia in the elderly by 50%, and 200 IU of vitamin E a day cuts the risk of respiratory illness by 20%, according to 2 related studies in Boston. [Is it any wonder drug manufacturers are waging a war against nutritional supplements?] Natural News 2010 Aug 20 (Cached)
US: Fidelity Investments reports a record number of people are making ‘hardship withdrawals’ from their retirement accounts (with a 10% penalty and payment of taxes), due to unemployment and business cutbacks. The number borrowing from their accounts is at a 10-year high. Yahoo 2010 Aug 20 (Cached)
Cuba: Fidel Castro praises the book The Secrets of the Bilderberg Club and accuses that elite group of conspiring to create a One-World Government. [Left-Wing collectivists like Castro can be counted on to correctly condemn Right-Wing collectivists like the Bilderberg elite – and vice versa. They both want a world government based on the model of collectivism. but they compete mightily over which side will control it. There are no “good guys” on either side.] RT 2010 Aug 19 (Cached)
US: Court rules that it is not criminal to spy on students in their homes via school laptops so long as the spying is for a good cause. [Would any school or any government agency ever claim to be spying for a bad cause? This is a free pass for authorities to do what they want.] Inquirer 2010 Aug 18 (Cached)
‘Super-weeds’ are growing across Arkansas and other southern farmlands that are choking out crops and are impossible to eliminate. They have mutated in response to patented herbicides on GMO plants. The future of food does not look bright.
F. William Engdahl 2010 Aug 18 (Cached)
Leon, Mexico, will implement eye scanners for law enforcement and public transactions, supposedly to make it the most secure city in the world. Criminals will be recorded into the system first; but, after that, everyone will be included if they want to travel or engage in commerce. [The head of the scanner company says “Every person, place, and thing on this planet will be connected [to the iris system] within the next 10 years.”] Fast Company 2010 Aug 18 (Cached)
Obama, in a staged “backyard chat” in Columbus, Ohio, says it will take several years to dig out of the recession. This is a big change from the line only a few months ago that the slump was over and recovery had begun. [The carefully selected “middle-class neighbors” showed no interest in issues such as loss of American sovereignty, destruction of the dollar, or unconstitutional military operations around the world. All they wanted to know was what he was going to do for jobs, pensions, health care, and child care – as though these were the responsibility of the President. If that is a true cross-section of America, the nation is lost, because the people want a dictator.] Yahoo 2010 Aug 18 (Cached)
The origins and history of Obama’s early connections to the CIA are detailed in this new report. [Can it be that Obama is controlled by the CIA instead of the other way around? We can’t say that everything in this report is accurate, but it has the ring of truth. What do you think?] InfoWars 2010 Aug 18 (Cached)
Walgreen stores offer flu-vaccine gift cards in a bid to get more people to take the shot. Its own website admits the shots only protect against last year’s flu. [Even that claim is questionable.]
Natural News 2010 Aug 18 (Cached)
US: Bankruptcy filings have reached the highest level since 2005. [That was the year a new law was passed that made it more difficult to file. Had the law not been passed, filings would have surpassed the 2005 level long ago.] CNBC 2010 Aug 17 (Cached)
US: Almost one-million children may be misdiagnosed with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) merely because they were the youngest and least mature in their kindergarten classes. [This often leads to forcing the kids to take drugs like Ritalin, which generates over $300 million a year in revenue for Big Pharma. It also triggers genuine psychiatric disorders for many of the children.]
Yahoo 2010 Aug 17 (Cached)
China becomes the world’s second largest economy as it surpasses Japan. Epoch Times 2010 Aug 17 (Cached)
Former Pakistani Intelligence chief, General Gul, explains the real threats in the Middle East and says that WWIII is on the horizon.
Prison Planet 2010 Aug 17 (Cached)
China: Baby girls are developing breasts due to artificial growth hormones present in milk and baby formula. The hormone is fed to cattle to make them grow faster and produce more milk, a practice that is followed in the US and most other countries as well. Natural News 2010 Aug 17 (Cached)
Satellites that measure global temperatures are off by as much as 15 degrees due to degradation of infrared sensors. Some readings were too hot by HUNDREDS OF DEGREES, but were not removed from databases. [Government scientists have been aware of this for years but have been silent because they want to preserve the myth of global warming. Recent announcements, including “hottest July on record” and “hottest six months on record” are based on these faulty readings and other fraudulent sources such as biased computer modeling, shifting temperature readings towards the tropics, favoring readings in warm urban centers, and fudging statistics through so-called “data correction”. The global-warming industry is as corrupt as it gets.] Canada Free Press 2010 Aug 16 (Cached)
US: Here is an excellent short video exposing the hypocrisy of the two-party system; but it also offers hope. A young group of political activists has formed, the ‘Young Americans for Liberty’, and they are not falling for the two-party hoax.
YouTube Posted 2010 Aug 16
US Supreme Court refuses to hear “Birther” attorney Dr. Orly Taitz case challenging Obama to prove his eligibility for the presidency. She was fined $20,000 by a judge who described her motion as “frivolous”. WSJ 2010 Aug 16 (Cached)
US: Because of budget cuts, many schools are asking students to bring their own garbage bags, liquid soap, and even toilet paper. CNBC 2010 Aug 15 (Cached)
US: Aerial images from Google and Bing are being used to enforce laws against people who did not get building permits for pools, porches and decks. It’s for safety, of course, not permit fees or higher property taxes. Yahoo 2010 Aug 14 (Cached)
Doctor says most kids with autism today are misdiagnosed. They really have vaccine-induced brain damage. He has virtually no autism (or brain-damage) in his practice because he refuses to give vaccines to children. YouTube Posted 2010 Aug 14
Chicago Climate Exchange (CCX), which was counting on a global speculative market in carbon credits, is laying off half its staff. Carbon credits peaked at $7 per share in 2008 but now are flatlined at 10¢. Investors who hoped to profit from the global-warming myth have lost big time. WattsUpWithThat Posted 2010 Aug 14 (Cached)
Malaysia: Keltan district has introduced a new monetary system, based on gold and silver coins, to protect its people against inflation. [The US Constitution requires such a system as well, but was circumvented long ago by banking interests that prefer paper currency with no backing.]
Financial Times Posted 2010 Aug 14 (Cached)
US: Everything is a lie. Lies by politicians and the media are rampant. This article lists 25 Rules of Disinformation and 8 Traits of Disinformation Agents. PreventDisease Posted 2010 Aug 14 (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.
Keith Olbermann, TV commentator on MSNBC, delivers a powerful defense of the right to build a Muslim community center near Ground Zero. [The media and major political parties are building up this issue as an emotional distraction from far more important matters that should be the focus of public debate. Olbermann is correct on this issue, but it is too bad he is aligned with Left-Wing collectivism and only speaks out against Right-Wing collectivism. He was Bush’s constant critic (and rightly so in most cases) but now that Obama is President and is continuing the Bush agenda, Olbermann is virtually silent. He is a cheer leader for the Democrat Party and a gatekeeper of the phony Right/Left paradigm. Having said that, his discourse on this issue is brilliant and worth watching.] YouTube 2010 Aug 20
The purpose behind engineered economic collapse is explained. This excellent analysis includes debunking the most popular myths about the meltdown of the financial system.
NeitherCorp.us 2010 Aug 17 (Cached)
Author F. William Engdahl says “Something stinks about Wikileaks” and that the recent so-called leaked documents are disinformation to benefit US and India’s intelligence and cover-up Afghanistan drug trafficking. War and Peace 2010 Aug 8 (Cached)
Nicholas Gonzalez, M.D. discusses natural cancer cures and why the medical community rejects them. NaturalNews Posted 2010 Aug 7
Oil Leak Outrage. Here is an outstanding summary of the federal government’s disastrous involvement with the Gulf oil spill. The primary motivation in Washington has not been to fix the problem but to take advantage of the problem to further political agendas. New American Posted 2010 Aug 2 (Cached)
Sheriff Tony DeMeo of Nye County, Nevada, is a shining example of the Constitutional power of local government. He explains how he stopped the federal government from illegally seizing cattle from a local rancher because the Feds wanted his water rights. MorphCity.com 2010 Jul 30 (Cached)
Oil spills, leaks, and disasters are increasing worldwide in a short time span. As with the Gulf, secrecy and deception by the oil companies are common themes. [The author of this report poses the question: Is this a coincidence or a strategy to damage the environment to promote geopolitical agendas, such as more government control in the name of saving the oceans.] PreventDisease.com 2010 Jul 29 (Cached)