January 30, 2012
On the Monday, January 30 edition of the Infowars Nightly News, Alex talks with author, journalist, and former Goldman-Sachs director Nomi Prins about the MF Global scandal and the decision by the strapped Greek government to rent out the country’s antiquities in order to pay off a debt owed to international bankers.
Co-host Aaron Dykes covers the news, including:
Bill Gates’ media conflicts of interest and Andrew Wakefield’s lawsuit against the British Medical Journal for defamation after claiming Wakefield engaged in manipulation and falsification of data and diagnoses after he linked autism to the MMR vaccine.
A satire post on Infowars.com that quips “at least 2 billion must die” to save the earth.
A decision by the New Jersey Assembly to violate the Second Amendment and ban all handgun ammo and some rifle ammunition.
A startling development in the Persian Gulf as third aircraft carrier group arrives amid an effort by the West to gear up for what will likely be a devastating attack on Iran in response to its phantom nuclear weapons program.
The unconscionable proliferation of dangerous radiation devices at the border, in prisons and on the streets of New York as the national security state leaps into overdrive.
Ron Paul takes the Tennessee Republican Assembly Convention Straw Poll as the corporate media continues to ignore the Texas representative’s bid for the GOP nomination. Keeping in step with the effort to minimize the Paul ground swell, the TRA cut off voting two hours early and endorsed the poll loser, Rick Santorum.
The former boss of the Kansas City Fed, Herman Cain, delivers a clueless Republican Borg hive flock over to the neocon globalist Newt Gingrich.
And finally, an effort by FDA staffers to sue the agency over its surveillance of their personal email.
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