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Climategate: two more bricks fall out of the IPCC wall of deceit – rainforests and polar bears PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 20 March 2010 00:38
 Climategate: two more bricks fall out of the IPCC wall of deceit – rainforests and polar bears 

By Gerald Warner Politics Last updated: March 16th, 2010

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Oops! There go another two bricks, tumbling out of the IPCC wall of deceit on man-made global warming – there is not a lot left now; even the Berlin Wall (to which the AGW construct is ideologically allied) has survived better. Unhappily for Al, Phil, Michael, George and the rest of the...

Last Updated on Sunday, 27 June 2010 18:21
Game of Death: Shocking French ’Torture’ show was documentary experiment (Video) PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 19 March 2010 19:11
Game of Death: Shocking French ’Torture’ show was documentary experiment (Video)
2010 03 19

From: RebelNews.org Contestants on a French quiz show were willing to torture a man to death with high voltage electricity, live on television. They didn’t know it was actually all part of an experiment, and their victim was an actor. The fake show called ’Game of Death’, featured participants electrocuting contestants who answered incorrectly until they screamed in agony...

9/11 commission was ordered to scale down investigation PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 19 March 2010 18:57

Investigate but not too deeply, that is the message inside documents from senior officials with the Bush administration to the 9/11 commission as they searched for answers after the attacks. Russ Baker, the author of 'Family of Secrets', says that the government doesn't want full disclosure on this issue and that people who investigate may be crossing the line.
The Growing Movement for Publicly-owned Banks PDF Print E-mail
Written by Ellen Brown   
Friday, 19 March 2010 14:30
The Web of Debt
March 19, 2010           Money today is just a ticket, a receipt for work performed and goods delivered. We can fund the work we need done by creating our own credit.    

As the states’ credit crisis deepens, four states have initiated bills for state-owned banks, and candidates in seven states have now included that solution in their platforms.

“Hundreds of job-creating projects are still on hold because Michigan businesses and...

Kevin Kelso hosting a call in show PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 19 March 2010 11:36

 March 8, 2010

The show was opened by Reg Argue, and co â guest hosted by DJ Ball.
Kevin Kelso took over as host at the 10 minute mark.

We talked about We Are Change Vancouver, and their coverage of the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver. How the 911 truth group was attacked for exercising their freedom of speech, and about the success of their action in getting on the air for almost every broadcast during the Olympics.
New password-stealing virus targets Facebook PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 18 March 2010 17:08
March 18, 2010

Hackers have flooded the Internet with virus-tainted spam that targets Facebook’s estimated 400 million users in an effort to steal banking passwords and gather other sensitive information.

The emails tell recipients that the passwords on their Facebook accounts have been reset, urging them to click on an attachment to obtain new login credentials, according to anti-virus software maker McAfee Inc.

If the attachment is opened, it downloads several types of...

Leader of Roman Catholic Church in Ireland urged to quit over abuse victims' silence vow PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 18 March 2010 16:47
By Simon Caldwell and Nick Pisa
Last updated at 8:35 AM on 15th March 2010


Staying put: Cardinal Sean Brady has said he acted promptly against Father Brendan Smyth

The leader of the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland is facing huge pressure to resign amid allegations he witnessed teenage abuse victims take vows of silence over a paedophile.

Cardinal Sean Brady, the Primate of All Ireland, admitted that he attended meetings in 1975 when two teenage boys signed oaths of...

Pope named in new twist to German paedophile priest furore PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 17 March 2010 19:01
March 13, 2010  

Pope Benedict XVI is greeted by Archbishop Robert Zollitsch (right) during a meeting at the Vatican. Photo: Reuters

Pope Benedict XVI once helped get housing for a clergyman suspected of child sex abuse, it emerged on Friday, as the pontiff met the head of the Roman Catholic Church in Germany over a growing paedophile priest scandal.

Just hours after...

Water War Crimes: Biggest scandal in Canadian history? PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 16 March 2010 12:47
The Politicians Plan To Steal Canada's Water Resource Wealth: Our Home In Summer To understand water and bulk water exports and the issues as they relate to Canada you have to understand the big picture and the best way to do that is to take a look at North America from outer space.  Looking at a photo of North America taken from outer space, the first thing you notice is the colours.   

The colours reflect...

Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 March 2010 18:36
The Magnificent Universe PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 15 March 2010 20:36
Canadians revive random roadside breath test PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 15 March 2010 16:14
National Post
March 12, 2010

The Harper government appears ready to move ahead with imposing random roadside breath testing, which a new federal discussion paper says has produced “remarkable results” in catching drunk drivers in other countries.

The proposal has encountered skepticism, however, with civil liberties proponents warning that the new legislation could give police the power to detain drivers without reasonable grounds or suspicion.

“The reality is that it creates a...

U.S., U.K. Move Closer to Losing Rating, Moody’s Says PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 15 March 2010 15:32
March 15, 2010

The U.S. and the U.K. have moved “substantially” closer to losing their AAA credit ratings as the cost of servicing their debt rose, according to Moody’s Investors Service.

The governments of the two economies must balance bringing down their debt burdens without damaging growth by removing fiscal stimulus too quickly, Pierre Cailleteau, managing director of sovereign risk at Moody’s in London, said in a telephone interview.

Under the ratings company’s...

Last Updated on Monday, 15 March 2010 15:56
Kevin Kelso hits a home run in 911 radio interview PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 13 March 2010 13:17

I think I covered all the bases in the 80 minutes i was on the air with Raymond Geisler. My best interview yet!

Last Updated on Tuesday, 23 March 2010 00:09
Ventura: ‘You’re not allowed to ask’ about 9/11 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 13 March 2010 11:03

Muriel Kane
Raw Story
March 13, 2010



 Former Minnesota governor and one-time professional wrestler Jesse Ventura has run afoul of the Huffington Post’s no-conspiracy-theory policy, and he’s not happy about it.

“I can’t believe the Huffington Post today will practice censorship,” Ventura says in astonishment. “I’ve got news for them. … I won’t ever write for ‘em again.”


Last Updated on Saturday, 13 March 2010 13:08
Economy Kept On Life Support While Global Governance Is Organized PDF Print E-mail
Written by Giordano Bruno   
Saturday, 13 March 2010 10:56
Neithercorp Press
March 13, 2010       In a drawn out collapse, the Liberty Movement is given a tremendous time advantage.      

Winter is slowly melting away here in the U.S., and Spring will soon be upon us. Wall Street is currently flush with delight at the year long run of the stock market (driven by fiat bailouts), which at first glance appears to be doing quite well, though international incidences such as those in Dubai and Greece have...

Weed killer turns male frogs into females PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 12 March 2010 17:23


Atrazine, a weed killer widely used in the Midwestern United States and other agricultural areas of the world, can chemically “castrate” male frogs and turn some into females, according to a new study.

New research suggests the herbicide may be a cause of amphibian declines around the globe, said biologists at the University of California-Berkeley, who conducted the study. The findings are being published this week in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of...

Mercury found in half of commercial corn syrup! PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 12 March 2010 11:34

Much High Fructose Corn Syrup Contaminated With Mercury, New Study Finds

  • Press Release
    Brand-Name Food Products Also Discovered to Contain Mercury
    Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (IATP), Jan 26, 2009
    Straight to the Source

Minneapolis -

 Mercury was found in nearly

50percent of tested samples of

commercial high fructose corn syrup

Last Updated on Saturday, 20 March 2010 00:47
E. Massey PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 11 March 2010 10:57

"They must find it difficult those who take authority as the truth instead of truth as the authority"



Last Updated on Thursday, 11 March 2010 10:59
The struggle to find justice for abused Foster care children PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 11 March 2010 10:50
March 08th, 2010 guests Wes Pidgeon, along with Ryan Foster and Dan Merchant (both co-founders and co-editors of The Agora Magazine www.theagoranational.ca ) radio interview, which was heard on COOP Radio (102.7 FM CFRO www.coopradio.org ); also with guest host Reginald Angus Argue.

Conversation was around:

- the article "Who is protecting our children?" which was published in The Agora's November issue. This article raised numerous questions around the lack of safety for children held...

Bush Citizen's Arrest in Canada: Judge Manfred Delong Meets Splitting the Sky PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 11 March 2010 09:57

By Joshua Blakeney
Global Research, March 9, 2010

Today the trial of Splitting the Sky commenced. Splitting the Sky attempted a citizens' arrest on credibly accused war criminal George W. Bush on March 17, 2009, and was arrested and jailed for doing so by police. Try as its representatives might to disguise their motivations with the kind PR spin doctoring we witnessed in the court today, the Calgary Police, the RCMP and its contractors were under the Harper...

Interest on public debt costs $170-million a day PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 10 March 2010 11:16

Canadians paid $170-million per day in 2008/09 in unnecessary interest on federal, provincial and municipal debt.  The cost for 2009/10 and subsequent years will likely be higher.  These costs are reflected in taxes, fees, cut-backs in public services such as education and medicare and deterioration of infrastructure such as roads, sewers, water lines and affordable housing.

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