Month: May 2013

The New and Improved ‘Mark of the Beast’ Has ArrivedNWO

The New and Improved ‘Mark of the Beast’ Has Arrived

Motorola has announced it is looking at alternatives to traditional passwords in a bid to make logging into online sites,
British taxpayers to pay ‘millions’ towards secretive Bilderberg meeting securitySecret Societies

British taxpayers to pay ‘millions’ towards secretive Bilderberg meeting security

By Rowena Mason The clandestine meeting of royalty, prime ministers and business chiefs is taking place in Britain for the
CIA whistleblower imprisoned and deemed a threat to public safetyMore News

CIA whistleblower imprisoned and deemed a threat to public safety

The former CIA analyst who spoke out against the agency’s use of torture says he’s been deemed a “threat to
Schools scanned students’ irises without permissionBig Brother

Schools scanned students’ irises without permission

Parents in Polk County, Florida are outraged after learning that students in area schools had their irises scanned as part
Chechen’s father says FBI killed son to keep him quietConspiracy or Not

Chechen’s father says FBI killed son to keep him quiet

Ibragim Todashev, who was killed by the FBI during a questioning, was shot six times, once in the crown of
Yahoo to Users: Let Us Read Your Emails or — Goodbye!Interesting News

Yahoo to Users: Let Us Read Your Emails or — Goodbye!

As of June 1, all Yahoo email users are required to upgrade to the company’s newest platform, which allows Yahoo
California Police Paying Cellphone Companies to Read Texts Without WarrantsPolice State

California Police Paying Cellphone Companies to Read Texts Without Warrants

By Cassius Methyl Intellihub.com In Roseville, California, the police are very bored. Instead of investigating thefts, or stopping rape, or
Man jailed for threatening Obama on TwitterInteresting News

Man jailed for threatening Obama on Twitter

A Florida man has been sentenced to prison after pleading guilty to threatening United States President Barack Obama over Twitter.
Six Months On, And Still No Sandy Hook Report?Random News

Six Months On, And Still No Sandy Hook Report?

Newtown massacre: Still no report Who made the state police king? Why do they continue to drag their feet in
Cold fusion reactor independently verified, has 10,000 times the energy density of gasInteresting News

Cold fusion reactor independently verified, has 10,000 times the energy density of gas

By Sebastian Anthony Against all probability, a device that purports to use cold fusion to generate vast amounts of power
Miami cops choke teenager because he gave them a starePolice State

Miami cops choke teenager because he gave them a stare

A 14-year-old teenage boy was choked, slammed to the ground and arrested by Miami police officers who claim the teen
Wealth of most Americans down 55% since recessionEconomy & Money

Wealth of most Americans down 55% since recession

Increasing housing prices and the stock market”s posting all-time highs haven’t helped the plight most Americans. The average U.S. household
TSA eliminates all invasive X-ray machines? Which means nothing..Terrorism

TSA eliminates all invasive X-ray machines? Which means nothing..

By Ben Popken (The scanners are still there, still invading our privacy) The Transportation Security Administration announced it has finished
Japan and other nations say no to U.S. wheat, worried about GMOsFood & Health News

Japan and other nations say no to U.S. wheat, worried about GMOs

By John Upton Japan cancelled a bid on 27,500 tons of Pacific Northwest wheat on Thursday — the first bite
Japan cancels U.S. wheat order on GMO fearRandom News

Japan cancels U.S. wheat order on GMO fear

By Sara Sjolin (MarketWatch) — Japanese authorities have canceled a tender offer to buy wheat from the U.S., after unapproved
Public Atheist Monument Going Up Near Courthouse In Starke, Florida, Is Country’s FirstMore News

Public Atheist Monument Going Up Near Courthouse In Starke, Florida, Is Country’s First

A small city in heavily Christian northern Florida is about to become home to the first public monument in the
Unapproved Monsanto crop found growing in OregonFood & Health News

Unapproved Monsanto crop found growing in Oregon

A genetically modified strain of wheat that was never approved by the United States Department of Agriculture as been discovered
Navy considers 3D-printing future fleets of dronesInteresting News

Navy considers 3D-printing future fleets of drones

Three-dimensional (3D) printers are quickly proving to be capable of creating just about anything out of little more than thin