Archive for December, 2005 : Mexico Ends the Death PenaltyDecember 30th, 2005
Even as the US committed its 1,000th execution since the reinstatement of the death penalty in 1976, Mexico has finally wiped its own death penalty off the books.
Not a bird or plane? It must be a UFODecember 30th, 2005
A UFO was photographed in the Philippines.
UN to Protect Corruption Whistle-BlowersDecember 30th, 2005
The U.N. Secretariat has a new policy of protecting corruption whistle-blowers to help root out corruption within the world agency.
Military Ask Soldiers to Lie About WarDecember 30th, 2005
The US military has told its solidiers to help it sell its illegal and immoral war in Iraq while they are on leave.
Support Peace by Not Paying for WarDecember 30th, 2005
Those who support peace have decided to stop paying for war by withholding the war tax from their phone bills.
Willie Nelson Promotes BiodieselDecember 30th, 2005
Musician Willie Nelson runs biodiesel in his Mercedes and actively promotes the green fuel.
Journalists Protest Chinese CensorshipDecember 30th, 2005
In a rare protest against an official media crackdown, about 100 journalists from one of China’s most aggressive daily newspapers have gone on strike after the paper’s editor and two of his deputies were fired.
Quantum Trickery: Einstein’s Strangest TheoryDecember 30th, 2005
Scientists announced that they were able to put 6 atoms in a unique state in which each was spinning clockwise and counterclockwise at the same time in synchrony with the others.
Evo: I Believe Only in the Power of the PeopleDecember 30th, 2005
The election of South America’s first indigenous head of state may signal the beginning of the end of 500 years of brutal oppression in Latin America and hope for us all.
The Making of Mental PatientsDecember 30th, 2005
There is a growing trend in Duhmerika to require children to take bogus mental health tests and categorize them with phoney disorders in order to support the greed of drug companies and a failing ‘mental’ health industry – another good reason to home-school kids.
Kathryn’s Predictions for 2006December 28th, 2005
Kathryn’s is a talented viewer of the future. Read her prediction for 2006 for a preview of what is likely to be experienced for many Americans.
Anatomy of DisinformationDecember 28th, 2005
Negative forces shield us from the greater reality about many things. Nowhere is this more evident than with the UFO field.
Bolivian Leader to Cut Own SalaryDecember 28th, 2005
The socialist president-elect of Bolivia, Evo Morales, has said he will cut his salary by half when he takes office next month and that members of Bolivia’s parliament would be expected to cut their allowances.
Rwanda Honours Dian FosseyDecember 28th, 2005
Rwandans have been commemorating the life of slain gorilla conservationist Dian Fossey.
Smoke Causes Eye DiseaseDecember 26th, 2005
Smoking cigarettes, or living with someone who does, increases a person’s risk of developing a progressively degenerative eye disease known as age-related macular degeneration or AMD, according to a UK study.
Harp Music in Hospital is Surreal and Heals?December 26th, 2005
Is the medical industry finally starting to wake up to the healing powers of music?
Schwarzenegger’s Name Removed From StadiumDecember 26th, 2005
When Conan the Barbarian killed Stanley ‘Tookie’ Williams he angered & saddened people around the world. His home town in Austria, Graz, even removed his name from their stadium over Christmas.
Co. to Extract Chemical from Xmess TreesDecember 26th, 2005
A company plans to use half a million Christmas trees discarded in Ontario to mine the chemical found in the drug sold to treat avian influenza. Even though the drug doesn’t work on bird flu, and the virus hasn’t mutated to a form dangerous to humans, hundreds of millions of doses of the drug are being purchased.
An Explosion on the MoonDecember 25th, 2005
NASA scientists have observed an explosion on the moon when when a 12-centimeter-wide meteoroid slammed into the ground traveling 27 km/s.
China ‘jails democracy activist’December 25th, 2005
A Chinese democracy activist has reportedly been jailed for 12 years for helping to organise anti-Japanese protests in China earlier this year, another reason to boycott China.
Being Sold More Nuclear NightmaresDecember 25th, 2005
Backers of the most expensive, dangerous and insane way to generate electricity are trying to make a comeback with nuclear power. This time they are doing an effective soft-sell using corrupted and bogus environmentalists and pseudo-alternative media.
NSA, the Agency That Could Be Big BrotherDecember 25th, 2005
Deep in a remote, fog-layered hollow near Sugar Grove, W.Va., hidden by fortress-like mountains, sits the country’s largest eavesdropping bug, secretly and silently sweeping in millions of private telephone calls and e-mail messages an hour.
Bush a fool, Castro saysDecember 25th, 2005
It took baseball to bring Fidel Castro to the point of publicly calling Bush a fool. The US refused to allow Cuban baseball players in to the US for the World Baseball Classic next year and Castro is pretty pissed off about it. Too bad Georgie doesn’t read newspapers.
USAID’s covert agenda in AfricaDecember 25th, 2005
The US Agency for International Development (USAID) uses US taxpayers dollars to promote GMOs in Africa for criminal agro-chemical companies like Monsanto.
Toxic Corn Keeps Showing UpDecember 25th, 2005
Japan has found a 14th corn shipment from the US that is contaminated with the banned Bt-10 GMO DNA. The shipment had already been screened for the toxic seeds before leaving the US. We can only imagine how much of the illegal corn is in the US food supply, since no one is looking for it.
Cindy Sheehan: Language of the HeartDecember 24th, 2005
Cindy Sheehan writes a mother’s words from Europe, where she is meeting with others who share her needless loss.
Barking Dog a Holiday HeroDecember 24th, 2005
A dog named Kikiyo alerted her owners to a neighbor who had fallen and broken her hip.
Amid ruins, volunteers are emerging as heroesDecember 24th, 2005
Volunteers are still hard at work bringing life back to the areas ravaged by hurricane Katrina.
Scientists Study ‘Skinwalker Ranch’December 24th, 2005
A team of scientists has been conducting a study that may be different from anything that’s ever been tried. The research is focused on a ranch in rural Utah where, for 50 years or more, paranormal activity has been reported, including UFOs, Bigfoot, mutilated animals and poltergeists.
Bird Flies 2500 Miles in Search of FoodDecember 24th, 2005
A Christmas Island frigate bird named Lydia recently made a nonstop journey of just over 26 days and covering nearly 2,500 miles – in search of food for her baby.
Alaska Braces for Possible Volcanic EruptionDecember 24th, 2005
A restless volcano near Alaska’s most populated region is being watched by scientists and officials
The end of the periodDecember 24th, 2005
A new contraceptive will soon let women stop menstruating. Is it the pinnacle of liberation, or a reckless experiment?
Laughing 100 times a dayDecember 24th, 2005
BENITO Martínez Abogán, apparently the oldest man in the world, lives in Cuba. He was born in Haiti on June 19, 1880, and has lived through the end and beginning of two millennia.
Telling the truth in the Realm of LiesDecember 24th, 2005
Ernst Zundel has been imprisoned in Canada and now Germany for merely having thoughts about reality that Zionists don’t like. His case has grave implications for all people who want to preserve their right to independent thought.
Sea Shepherd Intercepts Japanese Whale KillersDecember 24th, 2005
In an effort to stop the immoral and illegal killing of whales Sea Shepherd has intercepted and confronted a Japanese whale killing ship near the Arctic.
China recruiting U.S. IT gradsDecember 24th, 2005
China’s rapid economic expansion has allowed Beijing to fund a recruitment drive targeting some of the best and brightest IT graduates from U.S. universities.
High-veg diet ‘wards off cancer’December 24th, 2005
Eating at least five portions a day of certain fruit and vegetables could cut the risk of developing pancreatic cancer by 50%, US researchers believe.
Methods of DeceptionDecember 24th, 2005
Some paths are more circuitous and painful than others. Knowing what to watch for can save you lots of unnecessary trouble.
New Bolivia President PreparesDecember 24th, 2005
South America’s first indigenous leader will be sworn into office January 22nd and is getting ready to lead his country out of centuries of oppression.
The Truth About ChristmasDecember 23rd, 2005
Most people believe that Christmas is a Christian holiday celebrating the birthday of Jesus Christ – it isn’t.
Europe Issues Arrest Warrants for CIA EmployeesDecember 23rd, 2005
In a challenge to US terrorism, an Italian court issued Europe-wide arrest warrants for 22 CIA employees who kidnapped a cleric and took him to Egypt to be tortured.
Wal-Mart Fined $172,000,000 for GreedDecember 23rd, 2005
Wal-Mart, the empire of greed, was recently fined for not allowing workers a mere 30 min. break to eat lunch. The company has said it will appeal. Boycott Wal-Mart – Boycott Greed.
Tamiflu Doesn’t Work on Bird FluDecember 23rd, 2005
The makers of Tamiflu, its patent holder and Donald Rumsfeld hoped that the world could be conned into buying the drug to prevent or slow deaths from the H5N1 bird flu, but new cases show that it doesn’t work.
Nun Who Defaced Missile Silo Out of PrisonDecember 23rd, 2005
Catholics Nuns are seldom known for their good deeds, but Ardeth Platte is leading the way by standing up for peace, regardless of the cost to herself.
Police State Britain Goes Too FarDecember 23rd, 2005
Britain will soon become the first country in the world to track the movements of all vehicles. A new national surveillance system will hold the records for at least two years.
Liberating KnowledgeDecember 22nd, 2005
Reality is being distorted by a massive disinformation campaign of global proportions. Science is being especially affected as corporations and their corrupted governments use ‘science’ to push their own dark agendas.
Healing Power of SoundDecember 22nd, 2005
Sound Pod is a form of meditation and energy healing that participants say can bring inner peace and even physical healing.
UFO Sightings in Russia — Wrap up for 2005December 22nd, 2005
Russia experienced a number of well documented UFO sightings in 2005.
Hurricane Victims Still HomelessDecember 21st, 2005
A makeshift village has emerged for some of the many families who, as winter approaches, are still homeless because of Hurricane Katrina.
US Vets Join Vietnamese Agent Orange VictimsDecember 21st, 2005
US Vets who participated in the massacre of millions and the poisoning of an entire country with toxic chemicals, are now extending a helping hand to their victims and calling for the US govt. to help.
FBI Targets Thinkers & Do-GoodersDecember 21st, 2005
If you excercise your rights of free speech and talk about community building, environmental protection, animal welfare, democracy or anything else that might indicate that you could be a thinking and compassionate person, the FBI may be spying on you.
CIA Tells Turks to Prepare for Iran AttackDecember 21st, 2005
Turkish media has recently revealed that the CIA has notified the Turkish govt. of US plans to attack Iran and Syria.
The Anglo-American War of Terror: An OverviewDecember 21st, 2005
The World is at the crossroads of the most serious crisis in modern history. In the largest display of military might since the Second World War, the United States and its indefectible British ally have embarked upon a military adventure, which threatens the future of humanity.
Bush Adds Another Felony to His RecordDecember 21st, 2005
When Bush ordered the NSA to spy on Americans he violated US code 50 USC 1801 – 50 USC 1811, which clearly provides for criminal penalties for violations.
Buenos BiosDecember 21st, 2005
How South American biofuels are gaining steam, and why that freaks the U.S. out.
Primordial comet dust to drop to Earth in JanuaryDecember 21st, 2005
A sample of comet dust, collected by a robotic space probe, is scheduled to parachute down to Earth next month.
Entities Strike Out in Recent AttacksDecember 20th, 2005
Today reports have been coming in of negative entities, interdimensionals, ghosts, aliens, poltergeists or gremlins attacking people. In one case a stove was turned from low to high by an invisible something, in other cases things were simply knocked over. One report was of a bat-like creature striking at a person’s head.
Polluted town alarmed by shortage of sonsDecember 19th, 2005
Pollution in a Canadian town may be responsible for their unheard-of boy/girl birth ratio.
Sea Shepherd Crew on Trial for Defending SealsDecember 17th, 2005
Defending defenseless animals is against the law in Canada and some are going to trial because of the insane law.
The People Vs. WTODecember 17th, 2005
Democracy supporters were attacked by cops near world trade talks in Hong Kong, in the worst violence against people there for 16 years.
2005 warmest on record in northDecember 17th, 2005
This year has been the warmest on record in the Northern Hemisphere.
Wal-Mart Uses Child Slave LaborDecember 17th, 2005
This Xmess don’t buy gifts at Wal-Mart or other stores that sell cheap goods made by children working under slave conditions.
Kucininch: Let Iraqis Decide on US TroopsDecember 17th, 2005
On the same day the House of Representatives debated a bill regarding the length of the US occupation of Iraq, Congressman Dennis Kucinich and Congressman Ron Paul introduced legislation to support a vote in the Iraqi Parliament on long US troops could stay.
Iran: The Israeli FactorDecember 17th, 2005
Iran is being pressurized to abandon its nuclear programme. Tel Aviv and Washington are behind this. London has joined the duo. Paris and Berlin are lending their support just as some other Western capitals are also ‘concerned’ about Iran.
War in Iraq a crime, say legal expertsDecember 17th, 2005
Leaders of the United States, Britain and Australia are criminals who have committed crimes against humanity and should be hauled up and tried for war crimes, according to two astute law professors.
US Govt. Approves Mexico FenceDecember 17th, 2005
Is the fence between the US and Mexico to keep the Mexican’s out of the US or American’s from leaving the US if martial law is declared?
Yin and Yang of QigongDecember 16th, 2005
According to the Chinese healing arts, Qi (chee) is an energy or life force that to runs through the body. By awakening Qi through the breathing, movement, and meditation in Tai Chi and Qigong, overall health is improved.
Bolivian Democracy & the US: a History LessonDecember 16th, 2005
Latin American Democracy poses a threat to the greed of US corporations. The Bush monkies aren’t at all happy about it.
“Agroterrorists” Needn’t BotherDecember 16th, 2005
America doesn’t have to worry about agroterrorists poisoning the land, it is already thoroughly poisoned by agro-chemical criminals like Monsanto.
Bush Behind Illegal Spying on US CitizensDecember 16th, 2005
Bush has secretly authorized the NSA to spy on Americans inside the US without the court-approved warrants legally required for domestic spying.
UFO sighting claim – watch the video!December 16th, 2005
A woman has captured images of a strange object in the skies with her video camera.
Some Katrina Cleanup Workers Not PaidDecember 15th, 2005
Dishing out billions in no-bid contracts to Bush buddies has resulted in many of those actually doing the work not being paid. Many of the large criminal corporations close to the govt. have a long history of not paying subcontractors.
Man sues CIA for Torturing HimDecember 15th, 2005
A man who was a victim of the CIA’s secret prisons is suing its former chief for torturing him.
Taking Food Safety to the WTO Hong KongDecember 15th, 2005
Indian environment activist Vandana Shiva and French anti-globalisation crusader Jose Bove Wednesday launched a campaign against corporate criminal Monsanto on the sidelines of the global trade in Hong Kong.
Project SERPO: Interplanetary Travel?December 14th, 2005
A few former military scientists who worked on ultra-sensitive projects have claimed that the US military was going to the Moon and Mars as early as the 50’s. Now rumors are being put forth about Zeta Reticula.
Socialist Mom in Line for Chilean PresidencyDecember 14th, 2005
A Socialist single mother will face a conservative billionaire in a presidential runoff next month after failing to win an outright majority in her bid to become Chile’s first female leader.
Global Food Trade & the New Slave LabourDecember 14th, 2005
How globalisation links supermarket chains to colonial-style farming in South Africa that exploits farm-workers especially women and perpetrates poverty.
Bumblebees Recognize PeopleDecember 14th, 2005
Insects are not as dumb as humans think. A bumblebee can distinguish and recall different human faces.
Is Iran’s President a Globalist Puppet?December 14th, 2005
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad appears to be a strong leader for his country. However, his actions will certainly lead to an attack on his country. Why is he doing it?
The 14 Worst Corporate EvildoersDecember 14th, 2005
The real enemies of freedom and liberty are the people who control large criminal corporations, but, the corporations are easier to blame. Which companies do you own stock in?
Tookie’s Long GoodbyeDecember 13th, 2005
Arnold Schwarzenegger passed up an important opportunity when he murdered Tookie Williams.
Cell Phone Users Could Get $9 Billion BackDecember 13th, 2005
The US govt. has continued to steal money from its residents through illegal taxes on phone calls. You could get some money back if you try hard enough.
Chinese Gov’t to Build UFO Research CenterDecember 13th, 2005
Government officials in Guiyang, capital of Guizhou Province, announced on Tuesday that they had received $20 million from a Taiwan-based company to build a UFO research facility in China.
Was it a UFO or not?December 13th, 2005
It was 40 years ago this month when Kecksburg became the center of national attention.
Internet Censorship Here NowDecember 13th, 2005
Internet censorship is here now and isn’t going away. This site is being blocked frequently.
Biopiracy and GMOs: The Fate of Iraq’s AgricultureDecember 13th, 2005
While the Iraqi people are struggling to end the U.S. military Occupation and its associated violence, the fate of their food sources and agricultural heritage is being looted behind closed doors.
Military Lie Machine MassiveDecember 12th, 2005
The evil empire spends enormous amounts of money to brainwash the rest of the world into believing that it is actually good.
Arctic Orcas Highly ContaminatedDecember 12th, 2005
Killer whales have become the most poisoned mammals in the Arctic, new research indicates.
Bushies and Moonies, Oh MyDecember 12th, 2005
Neil Bush is showing his support for nut-case cult leader Sun Myung Moon and his wacky plan to build a $200 billion tunnel from Alaska to Russia as a monument to Moon’s ‘greatness’.
Mexico Telescope Has Military Uses?December 12th, 2005
A new ‘radio telescope’ built in Mexico for supposedly scientific purposes was partially funded by the US military. Could the real purpose of the facility be for hunting the UFOs that frequent Mexico?
Canada DID Join Missile DefenseDecember 11th, 2005
While the Canadian Govt. loudly proclaimed that it would not participate in the insane “US Missle Defense Shield”, Canadian govt. agencies, corporations and scientists have been busily supporting the offensive weapons program to support world domination.
Why I Am Marching to GuantánamoDecember 11th, 2005
This International Human Rights Day march against torture, and for humanity.
Is Neil Bush a Moonie Cult Zombie?December 11th, 2005
Why is George W. Bush’s younger brother, Neil, touring with the leader of the Moonies?
Geologists witness ‘ocean birth’December 11th, 2005
Scientists say they have witnessed the possible birth of a future ocean basin growing in north-eastern Ethiopia.
Israel Gets Ready to Attack Iran?December 11th, 2005
It is being reported Israel’s military has been ordered to be ready by the end of March to attack Iran. However, Israel is always ready to attack and would be more likely to get the US to do its dirty work.
Hurricane Katrina Missing – Where are They?December 11th, 2005
Questions still remain over how many people died after Hurricane Katrina as well as the whereabouts of all of the evacuees. The official death toll stands at about 1,300 but thousands of people are still reported missing.
Humans Stand up for Bears & Get ArrestedDecember 11th, 2005
Humans kills tens of billions of animals each year and in the process are destroying the planet and its ability to sustain life in its present form. A few people have the courage to say no to senseless killing and pay a heavy price for merely speaking up.
Torture Inc. Comes Under SiegeDecember 5th, 2005
It’s time that top US administration figures desisted in their defense of the indefensible and started playing by the rules of war, international law, conventions, treaties, and America’s own constitution.
The Joys of Holistic HealingDecember 5th, 2005
Holistic healing is taking root in Africa and making a big difference in people’s lives.
Parents Say `Indigos’ Can See FutureDecember 5th, 2005
Gifted kids some call “Indigo Children” are showing what the true human potential is.
When Uncle Sam Wants You, New VideoDecember 5th, 2005
A new documentary details the US mind control program.
Global Warming Opposition in MontrealDecember 5th, 2005
Tens of thousands of activists took to the streets of Montreal on Saturday during a worldwide day of protest against global warming.
David Sereda: Beyond ConventionDecember 5th, 2005
An interview with alternative energy advocate and UFO buff David Sereda.
Poison to Perfect FuelDecember 5th, 2005
A bacteria from a Russian volcano converts carbon monoxide into hydrogen.
The art of breathing and relaxationDecember 5th, 2005
THE breath is a fundamental requirement of life, yet most of us just take breathing for granted. Breathing correctly can make a lot of difference to our health.
Equality elusive for black AmericansDecember 2nd, 2005
Fifty years ago, Rosa Parks sat down on a Montgomery, Alabama bus and ignited a mass movement that was to sweep away many of the barriers that faced black Americans.
US Obstructs Climate TalksDecember 2nd, 2005
The United States is refusing to take part in discussions at the global climate conference in Montreal that might encourage it to produce fewer green-house gases.
Free Africa From Yoke of AidDecember 2nd, 2005
In many cases foreign aid perpetuates corruption and poverty in Africa. One man has to the courage to say so.
Playing With Our FoodDecember 2nd, 2005
Associate Professor Pat Howard describes the reality of genetic engineering of food crops and its proven hazards.
Aspartame (Diet Coke) Causes CancerDecember 2nd, 2005
Another study has confirmed what has been known for decades, the toxic sweetner aspartame (nutrasweet) causes cancer. It is addictive and causes emotional problems, memory loss, headaches, and even death.
Swiss Ban FrankenfoodsDecember 2nd, 2005
People turned up at polling booths across Switzerland in a referendum to determine whether genetically engineered (GE) crops and animals can be grown in the alpine nation during the next five years. Their verdict in each and every one of the three main languages was the same, nein, non, no, to GE.
Do It Yourself Food SafetyDecember 1st, 2005
A worried mother discovers the secrets of pesticide ‘testing’ and finds that most of the tests are bogus and that highly toxic chemicals are legally applied to food and contaminating the environment.
Iraq Forced to Borrow Money for SchoolsDecember 1st, 2005
Iraq, one of the richest countries on Earth in terms of natural resources, must borrow money for schools since its oil money continues to be stolen by the US.
Science faces ‘dangerous times’December 1st, 2005
Fundamentalism is hampering global efforts to tackle climate change, according to Britain’s top scientist.
Classic poets’ voices go onlineDecember 1st, 2005
Historic recordings of poets such as Tennyson, Yeats, Kipling, Betjeman and Sassoon are being made available through a new online initiative.
The Deliberate Disintegration of IraqDecember 1st, 2005
The recent revelations about the spread of death squads in Iraq don’t reveal the US role in formation and control of the death squads.
Failing ocean current raises fears of mini ice ageDecember 1st, 2005
The ocean current that gives western Europe its relatively balmy climate is now reduced by 30%, raising fears that it might fail entirely and plunge the continent into an ice age.
Global warming set to hit Europe badlyDecember 1st, 2005
Europe is facing the worst climate change in five millennia as a result of global warming, the European Environment Agency (EAA) warned.
New Tech Takes Stage at Montreal SummitDecember 1st, 2005
Bold & expensivie new technologies are in the limelight at the UN Climate Conference in Montreal, while simple and immediately available technologies to improve fuel efficiency are ingored.
Cindy Sheehan Exposes Media LiesDecember 1st, 2005
Peace promoter Cindy Sheehan, the mother of a U.S. soldier killed in Iraq, exposed a media campaign designed to discredit her ability to mobilize US citizens against the illegal war against the people of Iraq.