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9-11: Rise of the Police State
Featuring Interviews with:
Clinton Advisor David Gergen,
Filmmaker Michael Moore,
& An Undercover Police State Henchman Posing as a Journalist
15th World Conference on Disaster Management.
UN "peacekeepers" in Haiti accused of massacre
In the early morning hours of July 6, more than 350 UN troops stormed the seaside shantytown of Cite Soleil in a military operation with the stated purpose of halting violence in Haiti.
Eyewitnesses Describe Massacre by UN Troops in Haitian Slum
China, Russia issue joint statement on new world order
China tilts to Russia to counter Uncle Sam
'One London, One World'
UN to take over Nepal, hold polls
Aussies catch Brit’s ID card disease
The Australian government is mulling over an idea for ID cards as a cure for terrorism.
Big Brother and the water company would help stop leaks
Delhi to get security cameras soon
UK EU presidency aims for Europe-wide biometric ID card
Bush: Aides Who 'Committed a Crime' Will Be Fired
President Bush, whose White House is facing increasing pressure in the investigation of the public identification of a covert CIA operative, said today that he would fire anyone found to have committed a crime.
Bush seems to change criterion for possible dismissal in CIA leak
For months, Bush and his spokesmen have said that anyone involved in the disclosure of the CIA officer's identity would be dismissed. The specification of commission of a crime apparently raises the bar for dismissal.
180 Degree Spin: Rove Learned CIA Agent's Name From Novak
Rove Reportedly Held Phone Talk on C.I.A. Officer
Warning Labels On Soda?
They are basically force-feeding us the mind-numbing aspartame (which they are now even putting into sugar gums like juicyfruit, which has changed its formula) and despite all the evidence about the dangers of this toxic chemical they are deliberately keeping us in the dark.
Hurricane Emily Lashes Yucatan Peninsula
Hurricane Emily slammed into Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula early Monday as a powerful Category 4 storm, snapping concrete utility poles with its winds of 135 mph and punishing waves along the region's famous white-sand beaches.
Sweetener 'linked' to leukaemias
Fresh fears raised about aspartame.
Gov’t Scientists Caught with Hands in Drug Firms Cookie Jar
60 minutes demonizes .50 caliber guns
"But you wouldn’t have been able to buy guns for the Kosovo Liberation Army if the gun laws in this country were stricter," says Bradley.
State leads way with gun crackdown
California firearm bill seen as a de facto ban on ammo
France Vows To Fight Hate Crimes
The government will work tirelessly to fight anti-Semitism and hate crimes, the prime minister said Sunday during a speech to mark the 63rd anniversary of a World War II roundup of French Jews.
Nuclear staff told 'stay at home'
Non-essential workers at the Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant have been told to stay at home on Friday in light of the London bombings.
Afghan warlord guilty of torture
An Afghan warlord has been found guilty of a "heinous" campaign of torture and hostage taking in his homeland after a landmark case at the Old Bailey.
Governor Schwarzenegger May Get Cold Shoulder in Mexico
The California governor’s comments about border security and his effort to repeal a law allowing illegal aliens to get driver's licenses have angered some Mexican officials.
US threatens nuke talks freeze
The United States has warned it plans to pull out of talks on ending North Korea's nuclear weapons programme if there is a lack of progress in the upcoming negotiations, a report said on Monday.
60 killed in Afghan fighting
US, Afghan and Pakistani forces have killed more than 60 suspected foreign militants and Taliban insurgents during the past three days in a series of clashes in restive tribal lands in the North-West Frontier region, military officials said today.
Australia rules out inquiry into new spy chief
Australia's new chief spy has been accused of compromising an undercover agent's identity with loose talk in Egypt 20 years ago but the government on Monday ruled out an inquiry into the claims.
No country in the world safe from terror attacks: Chirac
ATTACK ON LONDON:
Bechtel Runs London Underground
Formed by three companies with extensive rail experience—Bechtel, British-based Jarvis, and Spanish-owned Amey—Tube Lines is responsible for upgrading the Jubilee, Northern, and Piccadilly lines, which account for nearly 40 percent of the Underground’s 358 kilometers (222 miles).
New Developments In London Underground Exercise Story
Power has been forced to issue a standard e mail response to all inquiries, which forms the basis of his only response to the 'exercise' firestorm that has gripped the Internet since this website first highlighted the matter on Saturday.
Probability of 7/7 Drill and Attack Coinciding
One chance in 3,715,592,613,
London Underground Exercises: Peter Power Responds
Obviously, Power, in his email, is trying to downplay the significance of the mock-versus-real events.
POINTS OF INVESTIGATION: THE LONDON BOMBING
If you were a reporter in London, wouldn't you, for example, jump in with both feet and talk to Peter Power in depth and find out exactly how his drills interacted with the real thing?
London Underground Exercises and the Magically Exploding Terrorists: Important Questions
How the Government Staged the London Bombings in Ten Easy Steps
Video: Bombing Exercises In London Underground
Same-time-as-attack underground bombing exercise in London a chilling coincidence?
London Cops Now Licensed To Kill
In a country where not all the police carry weapons, elite sniper squads now have shoot-to-kill orders, if there's intelligence that a terror suspect might have a bomb, and he refuses to surrender when challenged by police.
Terror laws face easy ride in climate of co-operation
The Government's plans for new anti-terror laws against people who encourage terrorist acts today seemed set for a smooth passage after the Conservatives indicated that they would back them.
Far right and football gangs plot 'revenge'
Plans by an alliance of rightwing extremists and football hooligans to exact "revenge" on Muslims after last week's bomb attacks are being monitored by police.
Mission Accomplished: Brits Embrace Police State
China Threatens to Nuke the U.S.
China could use nuclear weapons to retaliate against the United States if it attacked in any conflict over Taiwan, reports said Friday citing a Chinese general.
Top Chinese General Warns US Over Attack
China is prepared to use nuclear weapons against the US if it is attacked by Washington during a confrontation over Taiwan, a Chinese general said
A Nuclear Knife Aimed at America’s Heart
Russian/China Ten Activate 10 Divisions To Counter US
Russian Intelligence Analysts are reporting that both President Putin and President Hu have ordered the immediate activation of 10 Combat Ready Divisions to counter the increasingly aggressive moves being made by the United States in the Caspian Oil Regions of Central Asia.
U.S. Tech Firms Help Governments Censor Internet
Free speech advocates are frustrated with a host of American companies they say have been collaborating with oppressive regimes in countries like China, Iran and Saudi Arabia, to help them filter and monitor the Internet activity of their citizens.
Genesis of an American Gestapo
On June 29 President Bush took the great leap forward in transforming the nation’s intelligence services by ordering a restructuring of the FBI and putting “a broad swath of the agency” under the direct control of the executive.
EPA Paid Weather Channel for Videos
The Environmental Protection Agency paid the Weather Channel $40,000 to produce and broadcast several video... as part of the Bush administration's efforts to inform the public about climate change...
US police pursue girl over stone
An 11-year-old girl who threw a stone at a group of boys pelting her with water balloons is being prosecuted on serious assault charges in California.
Guantánamo abuse 'allowable'
Interrogators at Guantánamo Bay degraded and abused a key prisoner, forcing him to wear a bra and threatening him with a dog, military investigators claimed yesterday.
Degrading treatment OK, abuse unproven: general
A report [concluded] that their treatment was sometimes degrading but did not qualify as inhumane or as torture.
Guantanamo inmate forced to wear bra, act like a dog: report
A suspected terrorist was forced to wear a bra, dance with another man and behave like a dog during his interrogation at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, military investigators said...
Ratcheting up the fear
On the subconscious level this creates the perception that you've actually been attacked
As we all know, terrorists can strike anywhere. To get ready, the health department put on a huge bioterrorism drill Thursday morning. It was Tulsa's first bioterrorism drill.
Australia to consider ID card to fight terrorism
Australia should consider introducing a national identity card in the wake of the London bombings and the rise in global terrorism, Prime Minister John Howard said on Friday.
Thailand adopts emergency powers
Germany cool to some U.K. terror proposals
Hispanic-rights meeting to draw 15,000 delegates
At least 15,000 delegates from the nonprofit group's more than 300 affiliates were expected to attend the four-day conference that runs through Tuesday.
Schwarzenegger Explains Stance on Food Supplements
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger was criticized for having a conflict of interest last week after it was revealed he vetoed a bill regulating food supplements while he had a multimillion dollar contract with magazines that profit from the industry.
Soldiers forced to shout 'bang' as the Army runs out of ammunition
Soldiers are facing the undignified prospect of being forced to shout "bang, bang" on military training exercises after an admission by the Army that it is running out of blank ammunition.
Newspaper Claims Former DOJ Officials Confirm Bombing Coverup
Americans: U.S. transit attack inevitable
Al-Qa'eda four on the run from US base
Saving a Dying Corpse
Turn Off The Weather Channel!
Building Under Construction Collapses On Upper West Side
Crude Oil Futures Open Week Higher
Crude oil futures opened the week higher Monday as oil companies in Mexico's Yutacan peninsula evacuated workers and began to brace for Hurricane Emily's onslaught as it howled its way towards key oilfields that supply the United States.
Oil Rises on U.S. Gulf Supply Disruption, Tropical Storm Emily
ATTACK ON LONDON:
Terror hunt 'to take decades'
Britain's most senior police officers believe that it will 'take decades' to successfully tackle British Islamist terror networks because of a failure to penetrate extremists in the Muslim community.
Ties to U.S. Made Britain Vulnerable, Report Says
Britain's position as a subordinate ally of the United States has been a "high-risk policy" that has left it vulnerable to terrorist attacks such as the recent bombings of London's transportation system
Who shorted British pound?
The pound fell about 6 percent (approximately 1.82 to 1.72) against the dollar for no apparent reason – until, of course, the terror attacks sent the British markets reeling still further.
If Osama bin Laden didn’t exist if would be necessary to invent him’
Thus whether directly or indirectly, I contend that the governments of Bush and Blair are complicit partners in these acts of terror.
Police Warn of New Attack on London
Another Contradiction in the London Bombings
The Convenient Malfunction Of The London Bus Camera
London Bombing: Ex-Mossad Chief Reveals Too Much?
Residents still shut out of homes
Our Listeners' Responses to the Attacks in London (Updated)
French say suspects were arrested then freed
An Anglo-French rift has marred a key European Union meeting after France's Interior Minister, Nicolas Sarkozy, said police arrested members of a cell to which the suspected London bombers belonged last year.
Fire and Bomb Resistant IDs in London
The Boston Herald tells us the “terrorists” (possible patsies) in London “were all carrying personal documents” because “they wanted their identities to be known,” according to the Times of London.
UK cops ID terror mastermind
British police have identified the man thought to be the mastermind behind last week's bombings in London in which at least 52 people died, a report said on Thursday.
Documents and explosives, a few simple questions
Following the "revelation" that the so called London Bombers left personal documents at the scenes of the attacks, plus a car load of explosives at Luton Station, there are a few unanswered questions that need addressing.
Frame-up: Do These People Fit The Bill Of Suicide Bombers?
Three young men from West Yorkshire were killed in last Thursday's bomb blasts in London. Initially they would have been treated as victims, now it is widely accepted they are the perpetrators of Britain's first suicide bombing.
British Police Seek Suspected Ringleader of Bomb Attacks
British investigators have mounted a worldwide manhunt for the suspected bomb maker in the London attacks, a man seen on a videotape with four suspected bombers last Thursday morning at the Luton train station, an American official said Wednesday.
London Patsies: A Replay Of The Pristine 9/11 Passport
London Bus Passenger May Have Seen Bomber
They wanted to be known': Suicide bombers had IDs
Bombing suspects' identities shock Leeds
They were suicide bombers . . . and they were British
Police Find Explosives In 'Bombers Cars'
George and Tony Get their al-Qaeda Fix
'All The Hallmarks Of Al Qaeda' - NOT
Terrorist gang 'used military explosives'
Iran ayatollah says Blair government could have bombed
One of Iran’s most powerful clerics hinted during the Friday prayers sermon in Tehran today that last week’s London bombings could have been the work of the United Kingdom government.
London Stagecoach Employee Says Bus Bombing Suspicious
Drivers in the depot already think the so called bombers had inside help because it was to organised. Some even think it had help from the company
Cui bono? Stupidity Versus Logic in the Latest “Terror” Attack
Details of The UK Government's History of Bombing its Citizens
Target London: Cui Bono Revisited
What's Behind the London Attacks?
Insurgents Kill 8 in Attacks Across Iraq
Insurgents killed eight police and government workers in seven separate shootings across central Iraq, while the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff said Monday the recent wave of suicide bombings won't derail Iraq's progress toward democracy.
Five blasts reported in Baghdad suicide bomb spate
Supreme Court delivers blow to property rights; ruling in Conn. case has Toledo implication
The city of Toledo used eminent domain to force Herman Blankenship and his wife, Kim, to leave their auto repair shop on Stickney Avenue to open the land for the new Jeep plant.
Latest property snatch: Missouri
Amendment would protect Californians' homes
Hillary Clinton, Charles Schumer Nix Border Security Bill
New York's two senators, Hillary Clinton and Charles Schumer - who have been complaining since the London bombing attacks that the federal government hasn't done enough to protect the U.S. from terrorists - voted against legislation to enhance border security on Thursday.
Amid concerns, volunteer border patrol grows
A volunteer movement that vows to guard America from a wave of illegal immigration has spread from the U.S.-Mexican border to the hollows of Appalachia.
Cell phone saves immigrants lost in desert
A group of stranded illegal immigrants facing death in the parched Arizona desert saved themselves by using a cell phone they found to call rescue services, the U.S. Border Patrol said Thursday.
Births to immigrants at all-time high
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