Archive for August, 2011

David Icke – Rick Clarke – Dreaming of You

Awakening The World … … Every Heart Makes A Difference And The Non-Compli-Dance New times now added for the Americas and Australia/New Zealand. Read more … New David Icke App Now Available Europe … Australia … New Zealand … the United States David Icke’s round-the-world tour between September and December Australia and New Zealand dates […]

DOD Peddling Non-Answers in Mental Health Debate

by Rick Rogers   Last week I sent the Department of Defense questions sparked by a series of new reports appearing in American, British and Australian medical journals questioning the efficacy of mental health drugs so widely prescribed by our young and old veterans. In the interest of full disclosure, I provide first the questions […]

More Corroboration, Gaddafi Nanny Torture

“Wingnut Monsters” Claim Injuries Faked By “Rebels”   By Gordon Duff, Senior Editor   When Shwygar Mullah, nanny to the children of Hannibal and Aline Gaddafi, was found, burned over 70% of her body, bloggers claimed she was faking her injuries, part of a conspiracy to discredit the Gaddafi family hatched by NATO, Israel and […]

Why CIA’s Ames And The Bureau’s Hanssen Driven To Spy For Soviets

By Trowbridge H. Ford   Since America’s national security apparatus silenced the Bureau’s Robert Hanssen right before the 9/11 attacks for the rest of his life for spying for 15 years for the Soviets – what it accomplished seventeen years ago with the Agency’s Aldrich “Rick” Ames for similar offences at the same time – the […]

Guilty Verdict in Case of Agent Orange

by Ed Mattson   Going back to the long history of Agent Orange and its chief component, 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (2,4-D), Wednesday I wrote about the original studies of AO by Professor E.J. Kraus, chairman of the school’s botany department, at the University of Chicago during World War II. Among the discoveries he made was that […]

9/11 Unveiled (Part 4 of 10): The Hijackers

by Enver Masud   On September 12, 2001 ABC News reported that “investigators have identified all the hijackers”. Among those identified was “Satam Suqami, a Saudi national on American Airlines Flight 11, whose passport was [miraculously] recovered in the rubble.” The next day, FBI Director Robert S. Mueller announced that the FBI had “identified most […]

NATO’s Ugly Face

by Stephen Lendman   View it yourself! Images don’t lie, except NATO’s fake ones produced in Doha, Qatar and perhaps elsewhere on Hollywood sound stages. For months, NATO marauders and rebel killers gang raped Libya – murdering, destroying, ravaging on the pretense of protecting. On August 22, Obama, a duplicitous unindicted war criminal, described the […]

Do Not Go Into Battle Without A Buddy

The normal anxiety any of us feel when we consult a physician is often increased when the help is sought for a mental health problem. This can be especially true for a Veteran seeking help for a mental problem or suicidal thoughts. In connection with Suicide Prevention Awareness Week, September 6-9, three mental health providers […]

Job Initiatives Focus on Vets, Family Members

by Donna Miles American Forces Press Service   WASHINGTON, Aug. 31, 2011 – President Barack Obama yesterday called on Congress to move quickly on an initiative to offer tax credits to employers who hire unemployed veterans, including those with disabilities. Speaking yesterday at the American Legion National Convention in Minneapolis, the president emphasized the nation’s […]

Top 10 Veterans Stories in Today’s News – August 31, 2011

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Mind Over Matter Veterans Path to Healthy Living

by Sheila Sedig, and Becky Stephens   “MOVE! works, but only if you change your way of thinking.”  These are the words of Jody Powers, a Veteran who has attended the 4-week MOVE! class series and is now enrolled in the 90-day Tele-MOVE! Program at the Southern Arizona VA Health Care System (SAVAHCS).  His motivation […]

Us Or The War Machine

Bunnatine “Bunny” Greenhouse   by David Swanson   YOU MAY have heard something about a budget crisis in Washington this summer. Were you aware that in the midst of it the House of Representatives passed a military spending bill larger than ever before? U.S. military spending across numerous departments has increased dramatically during the past […]

Obama’s Krueger Won’t End the Nightmare on Main Street

by Mike Stathis   Yesterday, President Obama announced his nomination of Alan Krueger to serve as Chairman of his Council of Economic Advisers. Thus far, this council has been nothing short of an abject failure. Thus, you should already know what to expect from Krueger, another Jewish academic from the Clinton administration. If approved by congress, […]

Breaking: Documents Tie Neocons and Israel to Gaddafi Support in US Press/Blogs

Mossad Helped Coordinate Gaddafi Press/Blogger Effort Al Jazeera Story ———————— Al Jazeera news producer Jamal Elshayyal recently gained access to the Tripoli headquarter of Libya’s intelligence agency. Among the documents scattered throughout the demolished building were secret files indicating that influential Americans advised Muammar Gaddafi since the beginning of the Libyan uprising. Here is his […]

How to Stay on Top of GI Bill Benefits

by Alex Horton   Even before the semester starts, I’m sure my Veterans office on campus is tired of me. I often call or email questions about my enrollment, or if VA has paid my tuition bill. I double check to make sure submitted paperwork made it to the right office so there are no […]

Bashed policewoman given hero medal

Police woman Samantha Barlow, her husband Laurence Barlow and kids Lily 3 and ben 2 at Centennial Park. Picture: Angelo Soulas Source: The Sunday Telegraph A SYDNEY policewoman who was hit in the head repeatedly with a brick but returned to work after nearly two years of treatment and rehabilitation has received a medal for […]

Julia Gillard criticises ‘Amercanisation’ of Australian politics

“It is in us to have a robust public debate. We’ve always had politicians come from overseas and look at our Question Time and go – it’s a robust go – and that is an Australian way of doing it.” Miss Gillard earned the ire of the nation’s conservatives after she reneged on a pre-election […]

Labor in Tasmania hits rock bottom

LABOR has slumped to historically low levels of support in Tasmania, ending a run of routs and record poor polling for the ALP. Premier Lara Giddings yesterday vowed to hold her nerve and continue with $1.4 billion in budget cuts despite a poll showing Labor’s backing at the lowest point since regular polling began. The […]

No audit backing for Labor MP Craig Thomson’s claims

CRAIG Thomson: at the centre of credit card allegations. Source: The Sunday Mail (Qld) BESIEGED MP Craig Thomson’s claim that “another gentleman” repaid $15,000 worth of credit card bills for prostitutes has been refuted by an audit. The audit  confirms the money was returned for disallowed wage increases. The 2009 audit of the Victorian Health […]

Rebels bikie gang associate Mark Judge near death

A FORMER bikie gang associate was fighting for his life last night after being stabbed several times in a “frenzied attack” outside his home in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. Former Rebels bikie gang associate Mark Judge was stabbed several times in the chest while inside the garage of his Bellevue Hill apartment about 11.30am yesterday. Police […]

Calls for more equitable school funding system

EVERY child would receive the same base level of funding whether attending a public or private school, with extra allocated to disadvantaged students, in a proposed overhaul of schools funding. Under the plan, developed for the federal review of school funding, students would receive extra funding if, for example, they were poor, came from a […]

Assange accuses Government of ‘ratting out’ Australians

Print Email Australian Broadcasting Corporation Broadcast: 31/08/2011 Reporter: John Stewart WikiLeaks has released a classified US embassy cable containing an ASIO list of Australians linked to a radical Yemeni cleric. Transcript TONY JONES, PRESENTER: Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has accused the Federal Government of ratting out Australians named in a classified US embassy cable. Intelligence […]

A dangerous game-changer

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Picture: The Times Source: The Times ACCORDING to Attorney-General Robert McClelland, Australia is a more dangerous place because of the decision by WikiLeaks to release a US document naming 23 Australians with alleged links to al-Qa’ida on the Arabian Peninsula. The confidential diplomatic cable was only one of hundreds that relate […]

Some Christmas cheer among asylum-seekers desperation

Men at the high-security detention centre on Christmas Island spray hoses to celebrate the High Court’s decision yesterday  Picture: Colin Murty Source: The Australian People cheered inside Christmas Island’s detention camps after learning they had been spared deportation. “They’re whooping it up and very happy, dancing and partying,” a person who witnessed the celebrations said. […]

ABC newsroom stalwart dies suddenly

Updated September 01, 2011 00:21:39 ABC News has suffered another loss with the sudden death of long-serving Sydney chief of staff Bernie Keenan. Keenan, 66, began his career as a camera man in commercial television. He went on to become the chief of staff for the Seven Network, but spent most of the past decade […]

Nearly half of children living in Fukushima region have radioactive iodine in their thyroid glands

Jonathan BensonNature News Wednesday, August 31, 2011 (NaturalNews) An anonymous official from the Japanese government recently came forward with the startling results of radiation tests conducted on children shortly after the disastrous earthquake and tsunami struck the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility. According to the official revealed that 45 percent of children tested had radioactive […]

Why Gaddafi Got a Red Card

Pepe EscobarAsia Times Wednesday, August 31, 2011 (…………) Sarko had a bag full of motives to exact revenge on The Big G. French banks had told him that Gaddafi was about to transfer his billions of euros to Chinese banks. Thus Gaddafi could not by any means become an example to other Arab nations or […]

US forces suffer their deadliest month yet in Afghan campaign

David UsborneLondon Independent Wednesday, August 31, 2011 The cost of war is coming into painful focus for Americans as the month of August closes as the deadliest so far in the decade-long war in Afghanistan, and as a Congressional watchdog releases research showing that tens of billions of dollars meant for contractors in both the […]

New fighting in Libya as Gaddafi loyalists refuse to surrender

By Mohammed Abbas and Robert BirselLondon Independent Wednesday, August 31, 2011 Loyal followers of Muammar Gaddafi are refusing to surrender to those who have forced him into hiding, raising the prospect of new fighting in Libya when an ultimatum expires after this week’s Eid holiday. The new ruling council, keen to consolidate its grip and […]

America’s Secret Libya War

John BarryThe Daily Beast Wednesday, August 31, 2011 The U.S. military has spent about $1 billion so far and played a far larger role in Libya than it has acknowledged, quietly implementing an emerging “covert intervention” strategy that the Obama administration hopes will let America fight small wars with a barely detectable footprint. Officially, President […]

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