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The Occupied Wall Street Journal – news from the revolution

As some mainstream media networks continue bashing the Occupy Wall Street protests, the movement publishes its own newspaper at a secret location. RT takes a sneak peek into what the Journal is all about. ­Every revolution has a manifesto. Occupy Wall Street does not – yet. What they do have is the Occupied Wall Street […]

Banned from Facebook for being too sexy?

Bathing suit shots posted to Facebook are earning bans to users of the site, who says some images constitute “inappropriate sexual conduct,” even if nudity isn’t in the picture. On the top of the list of those affected for being too enticing — even while clothed — is 17-year-old celeb Courtney Stodden. Stodden, the teenage […]

Shot from every side: Sick attack on koala

Vet Amber Gillett and vet nurse Tanya Forbes seek out the pellets lodged in Fleet the koala’s body. Picture: Megan Slade Source: The Courier-Mail A KOALA was found yesterday with seven slug gun pellets lodged in his body after a sickening attack days earlier The male koala, found at a remote location at Kippa-Ring on […]

Air Force finds out about drone virus from the Internet

Some people go online for sports scores; others log on to check email. Military personnel with the US Air Force, however, recently used the Web to learn that their controversial and exuberantly expensive drone fleet had been hacked. So did everyone else.’s Danger Room ran a report recently about a computer virus that had […]

Fast and Furious: Transparent Lies from the Division of Dumb and Dumber

  Smoking Mirrors October 13, 2011 So now, the incredibly corrupt, Eric Holder of Fast and Furious Fame; a division of Dumb and Dumber has come up with a bad network TV shitcom plot of a fabricated event, that actually took place in June, though it probably didn’t even happen then. Oh, let’s go out […]

The lesson from Sirte: NATO protects civilians from terrorists by murdering them

  Timothy Bancroft-Hinchey PravdaOctober 13, 2011 Sirte must go down in history as one of the world’s epic tales of heroism and bravery, the tremendous resistance of a handful of courageous and resolute warriors standing fast against the hordes of sheer evil, cowards cowering behind a relentless and inhuman NATO bombing campaign, strafing civilians and […]

Labor MPs block RBA chief from grilling

AAP Labor MPs have stopped Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) governor Glenn Stevens from appearing before a parliamentary committee to answer allegations senior officials covered up corruption. Officials at Securency International, a banknote printing firm half-owned by the RBA, have allegedly paid secret kickbacks to foreign officials to secure contracts. Fairfax Media reports that Labor […]

Alex Defends Autistic Child from Laughing Police: Occupy The FED Report

The Alex Jones Channel October 13, 2011 Alex defends autistic child from laughing police who think getting an adverse autoimmune response from vaccines is funny. Print this page. Comment Rules One Response to “Alex Defends Autistic Child from Laughing Police: Occupy The FED Report” Keep up the good work Alex. Leave a Reply You must […]

Afraid of Truth: Van Jones Scurries Away from We Are Change

  Kurt Nimmo October 12, 2011 Earlier this week at the OWS on Manhattan, Luke Rudkowski of We Are Change tried to interview the former Special Advisor for Green Jobs in the Obama administration, Van Jones, about the demand by the families of 9/11 victims for a new investigation. In the above video, Jones […]

‘US drones fly from secret Kenya bases’

Press TV October 12, 2011 US drones are flown to southern Somalia from secret US bases in neighboring Kenya, Press TV reports, quoting a Somali official. A Somali government official, who spoke on the condition of unanimity, told Press TV that there are secret US bases in Kenya mainly used for flying American pilotless drone […]

Dead women were from same suburb: police

The bodies of two women from the same suburb have been found dumped in Melbourne streets in as many days – but police say there’s no evidence of any link between them. The body of a woman in her 60s was found wrapped in a blanket and dumped at Lorimer Street, in an industrial area […]

OWS Protester From Viral Video Answers Critics

YouTube October 11, 2011 Chris, other wise known as “CptnMidnite” answers some questions and refers to a viral video of him posted on YouTube a week earlier. Chris has the YouTube account*** CptnMidnite and the webpage His Twitter is AboutLiberty and email is *** Print this page. Comment Rules 6 Responses to […]

Father banned from mall, quizzed by police – for taking photo of his own daughter

  Emily Allen Daily Mail October 11, 2011 A father claims he was quizzed by police under anti-terror legislation after he was spotted taking a photo of his daughter in a shopping centre. Chris White took a picture of his four-year-old daughter, Hazel, while she was eating an ice cream at Braehead shopping centre near […]

From Tunisia to “Occupy Wall Street”: Who is the AFL-CIO’s Stuart Appelbaum?

  David WalshGlobal Research October 11, 2011 In a widely reproduced article October 5 (“Seeking Energy, Unions Join Protest Against Wall Street”), the New York Times pointed prominently to the attitude and role of Stuart Appelbaum, president of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU), in relation to the current Occupy Wall Street protests. The Times first explained […]

Scotland’s voters offered a referendum on independence from the UK

  Severin Carrell Guardian October 10, 2011 Alex Salmond is preparing to stage a referendum on Scottish independence that will offer voters a second option – full financial autonomy while remaining part of the United Kingdom. In an exclusive interview with the Guardian, the first minister said that allowing Scotland to have fiscal autonomy without full independence was “a very […]

Children to be banned from blowing up balloons, under new EU safety rules

   Bruno WaterfieldLondon Telegraph October 10, 2011 The EU toy safety directive, agreed and implemented by Government, states that balloons must not be blown up by unsupervised children under the age of eight, in case they accidentally swallow them and choke. Despite having been popular favourites for generations of children, party games including whistles and magnetic fishing […]

A Death From Cancer, and a Search for Answers

Frederick native calls attention to Fort Detrick contamination By Matthew Hay Brown and Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun   October 08, 2011|FREDERICK — — Randy White had just buried a daughter, dead at 30 with a brain tumor. Now his other daughter had been diagnosed with growths in her abdomen. When doctors told White […]

Israel To Be Exempt From Foreign Aid Cuts

I am not exactly breaking news when I write of this obscene injustice and point out that it exists because our elected officials put filling their campaign coffers over virtually everything else. Nonetheless, we should note their shameful behavior.   by M J Rosenberg   …There is only one foreign aid program that is not […]

PTSD: From Viet Nam to Iraq and Afghanistan

by Robert L. Hanafin   In my latest issue of The Veteran Magazine (September-October 2011), from Vietnam Veterans of America (VVA), is an excellent series of articles focused on PTSD. This focus spans everything from: A PTSD Preface by Dr. Thomas C. Hall, Chair of VVA’s PTSD and Substance Abuse Committee PTSD from the Beginning […]

Iraq: Panetta’s Immunity Request Not Protection from ICC

Hundreds of Americans Troops/Contractors Face War Crimes Accusations   By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor ———– Iraq, a nation horribly divided after an illegal invasion by the US and Britain in 2003 and the ravages of nearly a decade of civil war has decided to play the “war crimes” card while negotiating with the US over […]

Occupy The Fed: Dallas – All The Videos From Last Night’s Protest

Alex Jones Channel Saturday, October 8, 2011 All of the protest videos and the police response from last night’s Occupy the Fed in Dallas. Next stop – Houston! Print this page. Comment Rules 7 Responses to “Occupy The Fed: Dallas – All The Videos From Last Night’s Protest” Why can’t we have the Chinese print […]

40 Signs That America Is Rotting From The Inside Out

The American Dream October 7, 2011 It would be easy to know how to defend America if enemy forces were invading our shores.  But how do you defend a nation that is rotting from the inside out?  How do you eradicate the internal decay that is eating away at the heart and soul of this […]

From Cairo to New York

By Ismail Salami   Thousands rallied at Foley Square in Lower Manhattan on Wednesday before marching to Zuccotti Park, where the protest has been based. October 5, 2011. Inspired by the popular uprisings in Arab countries, the anti-imperialist ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protests are creeping with vigorous rapidity into other states in the USA. Basically highlighting […]

Passengers rescued from grounded ferry

Updated October 06, 2011 13:18:37 Photo: Inspector Peter Harding says the passenger ferry ran aground off Garden Island at about 7:30am (AEST). (AAP – file photo) Maritime Safety Queensland is investigating the grounding of a passenger ferry in Redland Bay off Brisbane. Bay Islands Transit System says no-one was hurt when the ferry Jumpipin hit […]

Announced U.S. Job Cuts Rise 212% From Year Ago

  Alex Kowalski Bloomberg October 5, 2011 U.S. employers announced the most job cuts in more than two years in September, led by planned reductions at Bank of America Corp. (BAC) and in the military. Announced firings jumped 212 percent, the largest increase since January 2009, to 115,730 last month from 37,151 in September 2010, […]

WTC Buildings 1, 2 & 7 Plans Exempt From Disclosure, Deemed “Sensitive Buildings”

  911 Blogger October 5, 2011 Within a September 13, 2011 FOI response from the New City Department of Buildings (DoB), it is noted that World Trade Center Buildings 1, 2 and 7 have been deemed sensitive buildings and thus, plans for these buildings have been exempted from disclosure by statute because “if disclosed, the […]

TSA vows to learn from breast cancer survivor’s pat-down

Keith Laing The Hill October 4, 2011 The Transportation Security Administration said Monday that it while it strives “to treat every passenger with dignity and respect,” it did not in the case of a passenger with breast cancer who was patted down. New York resident Lori Dorn has said her chest implants were patted down […]

Hispanic Students Vanishing From Alabama Schools After Immigration Ruling

  Fox News October 4, 2011 Hispanic students have started vanishing from Alabama public schools in the wake of a court ruling that upheld the state’s tough new law cracking down on illegal immigration. Education officials say scores of immigrant families have withdrawn their children from classes or kept them home this week, afraid that sending the […]

27 Years: No Deaths from Vitamins, 3 Million from Prescription Drugs

  Anthony GucciardiActivist Post October 4, 2011 Over the past 27 years — the complete timeframe that the data has been available — there have been 0 deaths as a result of vitamins and over 3 million deaths related to prescription drug use. In fact, going back 54 years there have only been 11 claims […]

Texan investor made millions from the credit crunch – now he’s betting Europe will go down the drain

  Mark Duell Daily Mail October 3, 2011 ‘The sub-prime mortgage crisis was more symptom than cause,’ Mr Lewis wrote. ‘Deeper social and economic problems that gave rise to it remained.’ This made Mr Bass believe another bigger economic crisis was brewing – and he started to buy ‘credit default swaps’ on European countries, according […]

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