Day: January 28, 2013

10 Notable Members of the Bavarian IlluminatiNWO

10 Notable Members of the Bavarian Illuminati

By Terry Melanson 1. Charles-Pierre-Paul, Marquis de Savalette de Langes (1745-1797) Savalette de Langes was the son of Charles Pierre
Homeland Security training TSA workers to save themselves in shootingInteresting News

Homeland Security training TSA workers to save themselves in shooting

Alan Jones Washington Times Transportation Security Administration (TSA) checkpoint screeners are receiving training to prepare them for the possibility of
Woman Claims Sandy Hook Coroner admitted Shooting was a HoaxFeatured News

Woman Claims Sandy Hook Coroner admitted Shooting was a Hoax

By Stephanie Sledge The Government Rag On Friday, January 25, 2013, on the The Power Hour w/ Joyce Riley, a
Hackers play Asteroids on US government websitesInteresting News

Hackers play Asteroids on US government websites

by Graham Cluley Hackers – operating under the flag of the Anonymous movement – have hacked various US government websites
Japan’s Newest Spy Cameras In Space Give Them Global CoverageBig Brother

Japan’s Newest Spy Cameras In Space Give Them Global Coverage

Japan on Sunday launched two satellites to strengthen its surveillance capabilities, including keeping a closer eye on North Korea which
Britain’s deadly superdrone that picks its own targetsTerrorism

Britain’s deadly superdrone that picks its own targets

By Robert Verkaik It is named after the Celtic god of thunder, can fly faster than the speed of sound
Glasgow will be UK’s first ‘smart city’  – 1984 on steroidsMore News

Glasgow will be UK’s first ‘smart city’ – 1984 on steroids

By Duncan Geere The Scottish city of Glasgow has won a £24 million grant from the UK’s Technology Strategy Board
Using a credit card? Watch out for the ‘checkout fee’Economy & Money

Using a credit card? Watch out for the ‘checkout fee’

By Emily Jane Fox You might want to think twice before whipping out your credit card. As of Sunday, stores
Pentagon’s DARPA reveals plans to reuse old satellitesScience & Space

Pentagon’s DARPA reveals plans to reuse old satellites

Worried about the environmental impact of space debris? Retired satellites that continue to orbit the Earth will soon be reused
Soybean Oil: One of the most harmful ingredients in processed foodsFood & Health News

Soybean Oil: One of the most harmful ingredients in processed foods

Processed food is perhaps the most damaging aspect of most people’s diet, contributing to poor health and chronic disease. One
Yahoo News still Misleading Public, states AR-15 used at Sandy HookInteresting News

Yahoo News still Misleading Public, states AR-15 used at Sandy Hook

By SUSAN HAIGH Parents of children killed in the Newtown school shooting called for better enforcement of gun laws and
Did British Airways Pilots Richard Westgate And Karen Lysakowska Die From Cabin Fumes?Random News

Did British Airways Pilots Richard Westgate And Karen Lysakowska Die From Cabin Fumes?

By Claire Gordon Eight years ago, British Airways pilot Karen Lysakowska hung up her wings due to ill health. She
25,000 Year Old Buildings Found In Russia? The Mysterious Dolmens And Megaliths Of The CaucasusThe Unknown

25,000 Year Old Buildings Found In Russia? The Mysterious Dolmens And Megaliths Of The Caucasus

In Russia, in the Caucasus mountains, not far from the cities Tzelentzchik, Touapse, Novorossiysk and Sochi, there are hundreds of
Hacked Emails Reveal ‘Washington-Approved’ Plan to Stage Chemical Weapons Attack in SyriaTerrorism

Hacked Emails Reveal ‘Washington-Approved’ Plan to Stage Chemical Weapons Attack in Syria

Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com UPDATE: Britam has admitted that it was hacked but denied that the emails released by the
Obama vs. the ConstitutionRandom News

Obama vs. the Constitution

Laurence Vance lewrockwell.com I just received an e-mail “Conservative Action Alert” stating: “Obama’s anti-gun executive orders are in opposition to
Tennessee lawmaker wants to tie welfare benefits to good gradesRandom News

Tennessee lawmaker wants to tie welfare benefits to good grades

By Barnini Chakraborty A Tennessee lawmaker is pushing a controversial new bill that would tie welfare benefits to students’ performance
Dutch Queen Beatrix abdicates in favor of her sonMore News

Dutch Queen Beatrix abdicates in favor of her son

Dutch Queen Beatrix, who has reigned for 33 years, has abdicated her throne in favor of her eldest son, Prince
Explosion at Fordow: Israeli propaganda or Iran’s biggest secret?War News

Explosion at Fordow: Israeli propaganda or Iran’s biggest secret?

The International Atomic Energy Agency has backed up Tehran’s claims that there was no atomic explosion at one of Iran’s