Telegraph | At last, something interesting from WikiLeaks’ diplomatic bundles, courtesy of Drudge. The New York Daily News has picked up this tit-bit from the inner sanctum of the revolutionary regime in Tehran.
AFP | Intelligence Minister Heydar Moslehi accused the UN atomic watchdog on Saturday of including “spies” among the inspectors it sends to Iran to monitor the nation’s controversial nuclear programme.
Reuters | Two car bomb blasts killed an Iranian nuclear scientist and wounded another in Tehran on Monday.
TODAY ON THE ALEX JONES SHOW
On the Friday, April 24 edition of the Alex Jones Show, former CIA head General David Petraeus gets a slap on the wrist for leaking highly-classified information, while whistleblowers get major jail time for far less, and what does McDonald's shuttering of nearly 1,000 stores say about the economy? We'll also see how car aficionados react to driverless cars, and Infowars editor Paul Joseph Watson joins the show today to discuss the Soros-funded Southern Poverty Law Center's accusations that Oath Keepers are fomenting an armed standoff with federal authorities over the Sugar Pine Mine in Oregon. We'll also hear updates from writer Jon Rappoport regarding the vaccine debate in California, and how the medical cartel is too big to fail, and too evil to expose. We'll also take your calls on this worldwide transmission.