Dr. Edward McCullough
President of The Daedalus Project, A Partner in a Project
to Build a Prototype Isolation and Treatment Facility in the
Daedalus Project Creates "Population-Related" Products,
Processes and Technologies
Isolation and Treatment Facility to Be Built in Pittsburgh
Area Beginning Mid-August
Assembly of the approximately 6,000 square-foot, 150-bed
building, called an Emergency Isolation and Treatment
System (EITS), will begin in mid-August and will be
open to the public during the last week of August.
Concentration Camps in Okanagon County?
County Commissioner Dave Schulz says he's convinced
his county is a designated home for a "concentration
camp'' in case of civil unrest.
Jones Interviews Dave Schultz
interviews Dave Shultz, the Okanagon, WA County Commissioner
who is convinced his county is a designated home for
a concentration camp in a case of civil unrest.
General Ashcroft's Detention Camps
General John Ashcroft's announced desire for camps for
U.S. citizens he deems to be 'enemy combatants' has
moved him from merely being a political embarrassment
to being a constitutional menace."
FEMA's Plan for Mass Destruction Attacks: Of Course
me state for the record that FEMA is moving ahead with
plans to create temporary cities that could handle millions
of Americans after mass destruction attacks on U.S.
PLANET CONCENTRATION CAMP ARCHIVE -- CLICK HERE
Also Today on The Alex Jones
Spokesperson for the Canadian Unregistered Firearm Owners
Association, Which Encourages Civil Disobedience to
Protest the Canadan Firearm Registry
to Their Website
The issue isn't gun control but state control
will not submit to your unjust law which does nothing to improve
safety or reduce crime," writes Dr. Joseph Gingrich,
a Saskatchewan dentist, in his affidavit addressed to the
Department decries 'terrorist tipoff' amendment
Justice Department blasted the House of Representatives for
voting to end what many lawmakers call the "sneak-and-peek"
law, which allows law enforcement to secretly search homes
of suspected terrorists.
The FB-eye may be watching
Creative Loafing Atlanta
Reading the wrong
thing in public can get you in trouble
trackers, no bigger than a grain of sand, are set to become
the latest weapon in the battle of the high street. The so-called
Smart Tags can be fitted into virtually everything we buy,
and send out a radio signal picked up by internet-linked computers.
firing on Patriot Act
want Charlotte and Mecklenburg County leaders to adopt a resolution
affirming that a war on terrorism shouldn't equal a war on
rage over 9/11 & Saudis
pages blacked out of the 9/11 report - detailing what
help Saudi Arabia may have given the hijackers - caused
more waves yesterday than did the information made public
AL QAEDA HELD 'DRY RUN' AT NEW YORK AIRPORT
members of Osama bin Laden's terror team sneaked past checkpoints
in a "dry run" at a New York airport as part of
a plan years before Sept. 11 to hijack planes and attack U.S.
State can't find 3,000 parolees
prison officials can't account for about 3,000 ex-inmates
who were paroled to Harris County. Many were sent behind
bars for drug crimes or burglary, but the list also
includes a number of armed robbers and murderers, according
to Texas Department of Criminal Justice records.
machine fails inspection
researchers delivered a serious blow to the current crop of
electronic voting systems in an analysis of one such system's
source code in which they concluded that a voter could cast
unlimited ballots without detection.
over foreign workers
Alabama, Eastern Europeans are helping to expand a Mercedes-Benz
plant. Are they reaching for the American dream? Or are they
taking jobs from needy Americans?
Police officer accused in vote-buying
13-year Bradenton police veteran is facing sanctions for promising
promotions to buy votes in the upcoming mayor's race.
State's pension fund almost $2.5 billion in the hole
RETIREMENT: Communities, school districts will have to pay
more to offset shortfall.
Motors Contributes $2.5 Million to National Council of La
National Council of La Raza and General Motors jointly announced
today a $2.5 million GM contribution to the National Council
of La Razas Empowering an American Community Campaign.
The funds will go specifically to purchase a centrally-located
building in Washington, D.C. The building will serve as the
orders Blunkett to put identity card scheme on hold
Blair has put off the launch of a plan to compel every
Briton to hold an ID card in response to fears that
it will turn into an expensive and frustrating assault
Spy cameras in every class
A new school funded by a Christian charity is to put closed
circuit TV cameras in every classroom to clamp down on rowdy
Shut the gun registry
failing to enforce the gun registry on reserves, the Liberals
are implicitly admitting that they either do not care about
saving Indian lives; or that the gun registry is useless.
Assuming we can discard the first, more scandalous, hypothesis,
the most sensible response to Mr. Breitkreuz's laudable detective
work is clearly to shut down our useless, wasteful, billion-dollar
press conference drowned out by questions on Kelly's
A joint press conference with members of the US-appointed
Iraqi council was abruptly cut short Thursday after
Foreign Secretary Jack Straw and Defence Secretary Geoff
barrage of embarrassing questions about the death of
Silent On Whether He Has "Blood In His Hands"
troops charged with POW abuse
military officials say four American soldiers have been
charged with assaulting Iraqi prisoners of war
Story on Deaths of Saddam's Sons "Wags the Dog"
deaths of the sons of Saddam Hussein in a high profile "shoot-out"
in the northern city of Mosul arrive at a most opportune moment
for President Bush and his entourage. Political assassination
is tied into the logic of war propaganda. The killings were
designed by the Pentagon to uphold the shaky legitimacy of
the Anglo-American military axis in the face of Iraqi armed
resistance to occupation forces...
U.S. intelligence murky
Wolfowitz, the deputy defense secretary who is the architect
of the White House policy on Iraq, said Sunday that "murky"
intelligence guides much of the administration's anti-terrorism
Letdown, U.S. Forces Suffer Low Morale In Iraq
almost daily attacks with no hard promises of their return,
U.S. troops in Iraq voiced their complains on Wednesday, July
17, of low morale and little faith in their commanders on
slams 'foolish' US over Middle East
on Sunday said the United States administration was
"violent and foolish" and that US policies
on the Middle East were influenced by Israel.
Korea charges US leaders
North Korea has charged all US presidents dating from Harry
Truman to George W Bush with war crimes, ahead of the 50th
anniversary of the armistice to end the Korean War.
Series of Child Deaths: 'I can't imagine anyone who considers
himself a human being can do this'
Friday a four-year-old Palestinian boy was shot dead by a
soldier - the most recent child victim of the Israeli army.
the Khmer Rouge loves democracy
during these 10 recent years of democratic Cambodia has changed
from gangsterism to more subtle practices. According to Human
Rights Watch, there was wide distribution of "gifts"
in the Siem Reap area in the run-up to the elections, in exchange
for public oaths in which villagers pledged allegiance to
Science "Artist" will graft third ear to arm
Australian-based Tissue Culture and Art (TCA) project
is growing a third ear fashioned out of the skin and
cartilage of Stelarc, a performer who plans to implant
it on his forearm.
things are turning up nanotech
are wrestling with individual atoms to develop molecule-sized
computers, tiny cancer-fighting robots that travel the bloodstream
and stain-resistant trousers
moves the future to a new level
which is predicted to grow into a $1 trillion industry within
a decade, could like GM food technology become a political
battleground, an economic and social research council report
published today says
Builds for Amendment to Ban Patents on Humans
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a move in Congress to prohibit the patenting of human beings.
If successful, it would essentially take the profit out of
selling cloned human embryos for research
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