Archive for August, 2005 : Iran’s Oil Gambit and Potential Affront to the USAugust 31st, 2005
Is the real reason that Israel and the US wants to attack Iran is its plan to create an independent oil market where muslim nations can sell their oil for Euros and avoid the greedy middlemen?
Justice Sought Against Chicago Police AbuseAugust 30th, 2005
A coalition of American civil rights lawyers, human rights groups, and community activists have called for an international human rights commission to prosecute the Chicago Police Force for torture.
Oil’s peak/The end may be nearer, it seemsAugust 30th, 2005
Is the demand for oil about to exceed production capacity?
US Poverty Rate Rises to 12.7 PercentAugust 30th, 2005
Poverty in America grew for the 4th year in a row.
Storm Turns Focus to Global WarmingAugust 30th, 2005
Is the rash of powerful Atlantic storms in recent years a symptom of global warming?
Major ozone loss over AntarcticAugust 30th, 2005
New readings from the European satellite Envisat suggest that this year’s southern hemisphere ozone hole may be one of the largest on record.
America’s Corrupt Legal SystemAugust 30th, 2005
Rigged courts, bribed judges, phony trials, extortion by lawyers, and over 2 million prisoners in the USA gulag
Communicating with UFOs no longer Sci-FiAugust 29th, 2005
EXTRA terrestrials are out there and it is possible to communicate with them, delegates attending the second annual Irish UFO conference heard.
The Fine Art of Handling U.S. TerroristsAugust 29th, 2005
Terrorists Pat Robertson and Luis Posada are immune from the same laws applied to others because they are ‘our’ terrorists.
Pat Robertson is Sorry, Kind of, Not ReallyAugust 25th, 2005
After the world responded in disgust to his suggestion that America should assassinate Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, televangelist Pat Robertson claimed that his comments were “misinterpreted” and by attempting to clarify his statements he merely dug himself deeper into the hole of lunacy he dwells in with millions of other Duhmerikans.
Israel Lies – Steals More Arab LandAugust 25th, 2005
True to its nature, Israel’s claims of disengagement with Palestinians was just another lie. It has announced that it will steal 60 square kilometers of Arab land and recently hunted down and murdered five Palestinians in a refugee camp.
Privatizing the Truth; Bush’s war on informationAugust 25th, 2005
Bush’s lying is not a matter of human frailty or corruption, but a statement of administration policy.
America’s Iraqi Child PrisonersAugust 25th, 2005
A Sunday Herald investigation has discovered that US forces are holding more than 100 children in jails such as Abu Ghraib. Witnesses claim that the detainees – some as young as 10 – are also being subjected to rape and torture.
Iraq’s drained marshes half restoredAugust 24th, 2005
Iraq’s ancient marshlands drained by Saddam Hussein are nearly half-restored with a Japanese funded UN program, giving hope of saving traditional habitats for both people and animals.
Chavez offers cheap gas to needy AmericansAugust 24th, 2005
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez, popular with the poor at home, offered Tuesday to help needy Americans with cheap supplies of gasoline and free medical care.
Traditional medicine in the new millenniumAugust 23rd, 2005
IN just three days, Malaysia is playing host to the world’s first conference on woman’s health and Asian traditional medicine.
Cloned wildcats birth kittensAugust 23rd, 2005
Cloned wildcats have birthed eight kittens in a feat that researchers say demonstrates the potential of the technique for preserving endangered species.
Animal Rights Score Another VictoryAugust 23rd, 2005
Activists have successfully stopped a factory farm that sold guinea pigs to the animal torture industry.
Israel’s Gaza Pullout Preparation for War?August 21st, 2005
Israel’s pullout from the Gaza Strip has been promoted as a peace making move and a disengagement with the Palestinians. While the world has been sold this story and the images that go with it another agenda is clearly at work.
Alabama town celebrates UFOs visitsAugust 20th, 2005
Many small towns in America have discovered that UFO Festivals are great ways to attract visitors and boost the local economy, however, Fyffe has a solid UFO history. It was the location of sightings by police officers of a triangular UFO, cattle mulitations and black helicopters.
Rumsfeld’s Ray GunAugust 20th, 2005
Despite overwhelming proof that microwave radiation is extremely dangerous and causes permanent harm, the US military is rolling out its new microwave weapon for use in Iraq and through US police departments.
Can Cindy Sheehan End the War?August 20th, 2005
You can tell in five-minutes channel surfing how Cindy Sheehan frightens the pro-war crowd.
Questions Whether Wild Birds Really Carry Much FluAugust 20th, 2005
An outbreak of avian flu in Mongolia seems to have died out quickly on its own, raising questions about how easily migrating birds will spread the virus and the danger to humans.
Remote Viewers Predicted 911 Style AttackAugust 20th, 2005
Did govt. remote viewers see the events of 911 coming back in the 80’s?
‘Spoon-Benders’ Pushing Nuclear ArmageddonAugust 20th, 2005
This article is a bit out there and distorted by LaRouche wackiness but worth a read.
Davenport to Speak at Green Men FestivalAugust 20th, 2005
Peter Davenport ‘speaks’ Aug. 21 at the Little Green Men Festival in Kentucky. He probably won’t explain why real sightings disappear into his database and bogus sightings appear.
Integratron Dome Still Attracting VisitorsAugust 20th, 2005
A dome built in the Mojave desert with instructions from visiting Venusians continues to draw visitors from around the world to experience its unique energy.
Forbidden Knowledge Conference GrowsAugust 20th, 2005
Philip Gardiner’s Forbidden Knowledge Conference UK will be featuring a wide range of speakers to discuss the latest research in various fields ignored or distorted by mainstream academia and science.
U.S. finds few Latin allies in push to limit courtAugust 19th, 2005
Despite the loss of aid for not supporting American empirialism, many latin american countries are refusing to exempt the US from the world criminal court. Some of the countries are seeking closer ties to China to replace the former aid from the US.
World Officials Want Global Warming ActionAugust 19th, 2005
Environmental ministers and officials from 23 countries met Thursday near a glacier that is retreating at an alarming pace and agreed that governments must stop arguing over global warming and start acting.
World Running Out of Time for Oil AlternativesAugust 19th, 2005
World demand will soon outpace the production of oil and prices will rise even higher, yet, little or nothing is being done to reduce fossil fuel usage or support alternative forms of energy.
Canada’s Campaign to Destroy Native CulturesAugust 19th, 2005
St. Michael’s Residential School was open from 1929 to 1975 and was a key part of the Canadian program to destroy native cultures. Recently, more than 250 people from all over British Columbia representing some 18 bands came to attend a healing ceremony.
Women of the new IraqAugust 19th, 2005
Women’s rights in Iraq have not been destroyed by Islam but by the destruction of state and society brought on by US military aggression.
Courthouse Jackboots: American InjusticeAugust 18th, 2005
A prosecutor has been ‘disciplined’ by the Louisiana Supreme Court for withholding exculpatory evidence in order to get a death sentence for a 16-year old. This is the first time in Lousyanna that a state persecuter has been reprimanded.
Snakes Gathering 3 months Early in Ark.August 18th, 2005
It happens every year: large numbers of copperheads gather and move in unison to dens for hibernation. But it happens in October, not July or August.
China-Russia war games under wayAugust 18th, 2005
Russian and Chinese armed forces have begun their first joint exercises, involving some 10,000 personnel.
Vigils to support Sheehan protestAugust 18th, 2005
More than 1,000 anti-war vigils have been held around the United States in support of a bereaved mother protesting outside President Bush’s Texas ranch.
Cord blood yields ‘ethical’ embryonic stem cellsAugust 18th, 2005
Stem cells are present in the umbilical cord blood and can possibly be used in treating disease and cloning applications. Companies are sprouting up that offer to harvest and preserve umbilical cord blood starting at the low price of only $1500.
Erotic images can turn you blindAugust 18th, 2005
Researchers have finally found evidence for what good Catholic boys have known all along – erotic images make you go blind.
Anthrax Outbreak Killing CattleAugust 18th, 2005
Global warming may have consquences not even thought of. More than 300 animals in North Dakota have died from anthrax in what officials call the worst outbreak among livestock in state history.
When the USAF Was in the UFO BusinessAugust 18th, 2005
Before US media had come under the control of Globalists and there was semblance of a free press, UFO sightings were actually reported and even investigated.
Ancient Bulgarian treasure foundAugust 17th, 2005
Bulgarian archaeologists have unearthed 15,000 finely crafted miniature golden rings that date back to the end of the third millennium BC.
Election Fraud Continues in the USAugust 15th, 2005
Did Bush really win either election? The data shows widespread vote fraud and suggests that if he hadn’t cheated he wouldn’t have been made ‘President’.
Experimental Hybrid Cars Get Up to 250 MpgAugust 15th, 2005
While the Toyota Prius is a great leap forward in technology compared to the gas guzzling monstrosities produced by Detroit, it is still much less efficient than it should be due to concessions made to oil companies. One man has taken his Prius to the next step and gets up to 250 mpg.
If the US Attacks Iran Will it Start WW III?August 14th, 2005
Iran is committed to standing up to the US while the US seems to be determined to attack Iran. Muslims have drawn a line in the sand at Iran – if the US attacks a holy war is likely to be declared. Could it be the start of World War 3?
Farmers Fined for Harvesting Crops in CanadaAugust 14th, 2005
Agriculture in North America is a tricky business dictated solely by greed. Various agencies and organizations tell farmers what they can plant, if and when they can harvest and who they can sell to. The penalties for not obeying the fascist food police include stiff fines and even jail.
US-Iraq Order 81 Worse Than ImaginedAugust 12th, 2005
Part of the US war on the people of Iraq is the destruction of their food supply and means to feed themselves. With their own seed supply destroyed, Iraqis are forced by new US law to only buy seeds from US criminal corporations like Monsanto.
The best vacation pictures everAugust 11th, 2005
A Northern Virginia firm is offering to send you to the moon – literally – for a price.
EU Agency Caves in to Monsanto on GE CornAugust 9th, 2005
The Corrupt European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has approved Monsanto’s toxic Bt corn for animal feed despite widespead opposition and evidence that the product is hazardous.
Roundup Kills More than WeedsAugust 9th, 2005
A University of Pittsburgh ecologist says his experiments indicate Roundup is much deadlier to amphibians than previously thought.
Iraq’s Children: Choir of DespairAugust 9th, 2005
The US war against the people of Iraq weighs most heavily upon the children.
No More Electric BillsAugust 8th, 2005
California is home to dozens of new energy effecient subdivisions. Some of the homes actually produce more energy than they consume and feed the power back through the powerlines.
From Warrior to HealerAugust 7th, 2005
Superhuman feats of strength are common with Qigong Masters. Anthony Wee had a double-decker bus weighing 9.36 tonnes driven over him when he was 45 years of age, but, his most important feats are healing.
Aussie X-FilesAugust 7th, 2005
HIDDEN files, cover-ups and pressure on witnesses to “forget” the UFOs they say they saw – these are the Queensland X-Files.
Three Blind Sisters Born To SingAugust 6th, 2005
The Brazilian documentary ”Born to Be Blind” tells the extraordinary story of three sisters who overcome almost inconceivable adversity to achieve a certain measure of fame in the second half-century of their lives – and yet are still not able to fully escape the poverty and precariousness that has marked their entire existence.
Mobile phones Can Cause Eye DamageAugust 6th, 2005
Now you have another reason to stop using a cell phone. The radiation can damage your eyes by causing the tissue to bubble. This is in addition to damaging your DNA, causing brain disease, sterility, memory loss, nauseau and a host of other problems.
TeleSur Takes to the AirwavesAugust 6th, 2005
TeleSur, short for Television of the South, was launched in July and broadcasts by satellite from Caracas, Venezuela. It is a fresh new hope for democracy and truth in a continent that has suffered over 500 years of colonialism and neo-colonialism.
Judge Warns: Orwell’s 1984 has arrivedAugust 6th, 2005
A Montana Supreme Court Judge has warned that Americans live in a world much like Orwell’s 1984.
Hiroshima, the Top News Story That Wasn’tAugust 6th, 2005
The atomic bombs dropped on Japan, 60 years ago, may have been the most crucial event of the 20th century. But it was not the top news story. In fact, it was simply covered up with lies by both the US and Japan.
Peruvians Killed Trying to Protect Their Water SourceAugust 6th, 2005
Seven local farmers were killed when police attempted to block a protest march to the site of a copper mine which would contaminate the watershed for vast areas if put into production. 8 remain missing, 40 were injured and 32 arrested.
Halliburton announces 284% increase in war profitsAugust 6th, 2005
Corporate war criminal Halliburton announced that its KBR division, responsible for carrying out Pentagon contracts, experienced a 284 percent increase in operating profits during the second quarter of this year.
Calif. Girl Faces Felony Assault ChargeAugust 4th, 2005
Welcome to Duhmerika. An 11 year old girl was arrested, hauled off to jail and charged with a felony for merely defending herself against a gang of boys.
New Book on the Animal Liberation FrontAugust 4th, 2005
The fibbies (FBI) have branded people who defend animals and the environment as terrorists. A new book is out called “Terrorists or Freedom Fighters? Reflections on the Liberation of Animals” that addresses the issue.
Kentucky military pilot died pursuing UFOAugust 4th, 2005
Capt. Thomas F. Mantell Jr. was chasing a UFO when his plane mysteriously exploded in 1948, yet, the ‘balloon’ explanation for the UFO continues to be promoted even today and currents sightings are simply ignored.
Presenting Snuppy, proof that dogs can be clonedAugust 4th, 2005
South Korea has successfully cloned a dog but claims that it won’t be cloning humans.
Smoke, in any form, endangers the fetusAugust 4th, 2005
Cigarette smoking and being exposed to secondhand smoke during pregnancy are equally likely to cause permanent genetic mutations in the fetus, yet, smoking is still socially acceptable and widely promoted in mass media.
Ice shelf collapse biggest in 10,000 yearsAugust 4th, 2005
The disintegration of the huge Larsen B ice shelf in Antarctica was an unprecedented event in the past 10,000 years of geological history.
Hardship drives Turkish truckersAugust 4th, 2005
Trurkish truck drivers face possible ambush, death, kidnapping or injury, and work for only a few hundred dollars a trip. They mainly oppose the US-led war in Iraq, yet are seen by some as supporting it.
More Than Just a Food FightAugust 4th, 2005
The debate over genetically modified organisms just got a lot hotter in California. Last month, Democratic State Senator Dean Florez introduced an amendment that would effectively remove a community’s control over its food supply.
Teen hit by lightning called ‘a walking miracle’August 2nd, 2005
Jeff Martin says he doesn’t remember much about his brush with lightning or the resulting four-day hospital stay.
Bankruptcy signals end to low-carb diet maniaAugust 2nd, 2005
All the 15-year-old has are the groggy memories of sirens, lashing out at paramedics, being strapped to a hospital bed because of muscle spasms and feeling a tube in his throat.
It turns out the skeptics were right — low-carb – high fat and protein diets were unhealthy and the fad has passed. Atkins has filed bankruptcy.
Mysterious changes hit Pacific CoastAugust 2nd, 2005
Higher water temperatures, plummeting catches of fish, lots of dead birds on the beaches, and perhaps most worrisome – very little plankton. Is this the start of the collapse of another vital ecosystem or something else?
IMF and EU are blamed for starvation in NigerAugust 1st, 2005
Millions go hungry in Niger after the IMF imposed its usual poverty creation measures of taxing food and abolishing emergency grain reserves.
Uzbekistan Gives America the BootAugust 1st, 2005
The United States has been given six months to shut its airbase in the central Asian state of Uzbekistan in an ultimatum that is a snub to Washington.
Land Reform & Doctors Return to VenezuelaAugust 1st, 2005
Jobs, food and health care in a Latin American Democracy? – it must be Venezuela.