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Infowars Nightly News: 30 Pounds of Cocaine Discovered at United Nations
Posted By kurtnimmo On January 27, 2012 @ 5:27 pm In Featured Stories,Old Infowars Posts Style | Comments Disabled
January 27, 2012
Former Army Ranger Captain Antonio Buehler of the Austin Police Victims Legal Defense is in-studio this evening on the Infowars Nightly News to talk about his organization’s work against police abuse.
Topics covered tonight include:
The purchase by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation of 500,000 shares of Monsanto stock. Monsanto is the world’s largest producer of genetically modified food.
Sixteen scientists have signed on to an op-ed published in The Wall Street Journal declaring there is no need to panic about so-called global warming and rush to “decarbonize” the world.
Infowars Nightly News plays and examines a leaked video of Rand Paul at the Nashville airport. Contrary to corporate media reports, Paul did not become irate and freak out over his detainment by the TSA and police.
Florida government has warned sports teams they will be fined for not allowing the use of expensive stadiums to house the homeless as stipulated by an obscure provision of a state law. If they refuse to play, the teams may be forced to return millions of dollars in taxpayer money to Florida state coffers.
Coverage of Ron Paul’s trouncing of opponent Rick Santorum during a foreign policy debate covered by CNN.
The decision by governments worldwide to raise permissible levels of radiation for humans instead of addressing a serious and growing problem.
Obama is found in contempt of court of refusing to show up for a hearing on the eligibility issue over his birth certificate.
And finally, the scandal surrounding 30 pounds of cocaine that has turned up at world government central, the United Nations.
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