Month: November 2012

Confirmed: US planned to nuke the moonScience & Space

Confirmed: US planned to nuke the moon

In a secret project recently discovered, the United States planned to blow up the moon with a nuclear bomb in
Heres How it Will be Done | Gun ConfiscationRandom News

Heres How it Will be Done | Gun Confiscation

By Eric Peters Incrementalism has proved depressingly effective as a tool for getting most people to quietly surrender their rights piecemeal.
Released: WikiLeaks cash blockade ‘ordered’ by American ‘hard-right’War News

Released: WikiLeaks cash blockade ‘ordered’ by American ‘hard-right’

WikiLeaks has released European Commission documents which allegedly show ‘hard-right US politicians’ orchestrated an ‘extrajudicial’ banking blockade against the whistle-blowing
Smoking ‘rots’ brain, says King’s College studyFood & Health News

Smoking ‘rots’ brain, says King’s College study

Smoking “rots” the brain by damaging memory, learning and reasoning, according to researchers at King’s College London.
Is ‘The New Normal’ Total Control?More News

Is ‘The New Normal’ Total Control?

It appears that food, air, water, power, pets, and your physiology, etc., are targets for control. Think about it. We
TOXIC: Garbage Island – Humans Have Finally Ruined the OceanRandom News

TOXIC: Garbage Island – Humans Have Finally Ruined the Ocean

There is a Texas-size section of the Pacific Ocean that is irretrievably clogged with garbage and it will never go
Saturn Storm Clouds Captured By CassiniScience & Space

Saturn Storm Clouds Captured By Cassini

NASA’s Cassini orbiter has been sending back incredible images of Saturn and its moons to earth, since 2004. The latest
Livestock falling ill in fracking regionsFood & Health News

Livestock falling ill in fracking regions

By Elizabeth Royte In the midst of the domestic energy boom, livestock on farms near oil- and gas-drilling operations nationwide
12 Incredible Stories Of 2012Featured News

12 Incredible Stories Of 2012

By Terrence Aym 2012 still has a month to go, but already incredible events and discoveries have occurred that (as
Surveillance Grid Moves Ahead With VoIP Spy TechnologyBig Brother

Surveillance Grid Moves Ahead With VoIP Spy Technology

Brandon Turbeville Activist Post Once upon a time, privacy was not a word that was foreign to the English language.
Why So Secretive? The Trans-Pacific Partnership as Global CoupInteresting News

Why So Secretive? The Trans-Pacific Partnership as Global Coup

A summit with leaders of the member states of the Trans-Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership Agreement (TPP) in November, 2010. (Photo:
The Osama bin Laden MythTerrorism

The Osama bin Laden Myth

By Paul Craig Roberts The interview below with Osama bin Laden was conducted by the Karachi, Pakistan, daily newspaper, Ummat,
Many Pro-GMO Corporate Biologists Own GMO Patents, in Bed with MonsantoFood & Health News

Many Pro-GMO Corporate Biologists Own GMO Patents, in Bed with Monsanto

Anthony Gucciardi Infowars.com The lead researcher behind the monumental study that linked Monsanto’s GMOs and best-selling herbicide Roundup to tumor development
Iran Accepts Payment in Gold to Get Around SanctionsEconomy & Money

Iran Accepts Payment in Gold to Get Around Sanctions

EPJ Yet another reason the US government hates gold, unlike dealing with paper money in bank accounts, there is no
Alternative media king hires CIA–Stratfor agent as publishing editor in chiefRandom News

Alternative media king hires CIA–Stratfor agent as publishing editor in chief

By Susanne Posel Occupy Corporatism Prominent radio host, Pete Santilli, of the Pete Santilli Show, relayed sourced information to me
Mind Controlled Sex Slaves And The CIAInteresting News

Mind Controlled Sex Slaves And The CIA

Journalist and occult expert Tracy Twyman discussed the shocking stories from her new book, Mind Controlled Sex Slaves and the
Shipping Containers to Become Condos in DetroitMore News

Shipping Containers to Become Condos in Detroit

Karin Halperin ABC News COMMENT: On top of the irony, this speaks volumes about the larger deindustrialization of America that