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David Icke: The Coming WW III, New World Order, One World Government and Army!

  • David Icke explains the Illuminati ruling elite’s plan for a 3rd World War and use it to re-make society to accept a One World Government and a global military force.
     
  • World control, world religion, Satanism, micro-chipping –> 666 .

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April 22, 2009 Posted by | GeoPolitics, Social Trends | , , , , | 6 Comments

Alan Keyes: Government Will Stage Terror, Declare Martial Law!

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  • The PTB wants us to believe that 9/11 was done by 18 muslim terrorists with box cutters. Really? This is pure BS. The plan to destroy America continues. The Illuminati elite want to turn America into a fascist state like Nazi Germany. They are using tactics which Hitler employed. The intention is to use America as a military arm of the New World Order, global government and to go conquering the world. America will be sacrificed! Paul Joseph Watson reports:
     
    Former presidential candidate Alan Keyes has given perhaps his most dire warning yet, saying that the Obama administration is preparing to stage terror attacks, declare martial law and cancel the 2012 elections, which is why they are demonizing their political enemies as criminals and terrorists.
     
    Keyes is best known for his
    performance during the 2000 Republican presidential debates, when he was accredited by many media outlets as being the clear winner during a series of debates with George W. Bush and John McCain.
     
    “It’s obvious that they will stop at nothing,” Keyes told attendees of a reception in Fort Wayne, adding, “We may wake up one day and there’s a series of terrorist attacks, the economy is paralysed….martial law will be declared everywhere in the United States and it won’t end until the crisis ends.”
     
    Keyes said that Americans should be thankful if they even see another election in 2012, stating, “If we don’t wake up and work to see that it happens, we will not see another election.” “The minute they think they can get away with it, they will end this system of government and that is their intention,” added Keyes, noting that everyone acting as if the time we are in was just “business as usual” reminds him of the attitude of politicians in the Weimar Republic when Hitler was rising to power or eastern Europe when the Communists were taking over after the second world war.
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    “It is so clear hat we have now put a faction in place – they are not playing by the rules and they don’t intend to play by the rules – if they were playing by the rules they wouldn’t have tried to identify their opposition as criminals,” added Keyes, making reference to the recent controversy surrounding the release of the
    MIAC and Homeland Security reports, which implied that Americans who exercise and are knowledgeable about their constitutional rights are a threat to law enforcement and potential domestic terrorists.
     
    Keyes said that the only solution was from the bottom up because our leaders “are so gutless that they won’t even ask that the Constitution be enforced for clear, plain, absolutely unequivocal requirements,” and respond meekly with “their lips shut and their hearts terrorized.”
     
    Keyes also warned of Obama’s agenda to create a civilian security force and said it was part of the ultimate agenda to disarm American citizens and create a police state. Keyes has been a vocal critic of Obama,
    warning that he is a radical Communist who is determined to destroy America, and that if his agenda is not stopped then the country as we know it will cease to exist. 

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April 22, 2009 Posted by | EndTimes, GeoPolitics | , , | Comments Off on Alan Keyes: Government Will Stage Terror, Declare Martial Law!

Russia Deploys the Black Sea Fleet

Russian and Ukraine Commanders-in-Chief of the Black Sea Fleet are seen aboard Russian navy ships during celebration of 225 anniversary of Black Sea fleet on May 11, 2008 in Sevastopol. Russia's Black Sea Fleet is present in Sevastopol under a lease that expires in 2017. The arrangement is a frequent source of tension between Russia and Ukraine. AFP PHOTO/ DMITRY KOSTYUKOV (Photo credit should read DMITRY KOSTYUKOV/AFP/Getty Images)

Russian and Ukraine Commanders-in-Chief of the Black Sea Fleet are seen aboard Russian navy ships during celebration of 225 anniversary of Black Sea fleet on May 11, 2008 in Sevastopol. Russia's Black Sea Fleet is present in Sevastopol under a lease that expires in 2017. The arrangement is a frequent source of tension between Russia and Ukraine. (Photo credit: DMITRY KOSTYUKOV/AFP/Getty Images)

  • With NATO insistent on military exercise in Georgia next month, Russia is responding to this provocation. Makes you wonder what all these war mongers are planning. I do not have confidence in Saakashvili and the western powers that support him. Why would anyone invade peaceful non threatening civilians in S. Ossetia and Abkhazia? Many civilians were intentionally targetted and killed last August. Information Dissemination reports :
     
    Russia has sent an official notification to NATO’s general secretary, Hoop Scheffer, proposing that “all upcoming military exercises planned in Georgia should be postponed or canceled.”
     
    On any other day of the year, I would read news article discussing a disagreement between NATO and Russia regarding Black Sea naval activity and dismiss it, but this isn’t an average day. Earlier this week, as per the agreement between Russia and the Ukraine, Russian officials notified the Ukraine that 22 of its Black Sea Fleet vessels will leave Sevastopol for military maneuvers. Those ships were expected to depart earlier this week, but it was noteworthy when all of the amphibious ships deployed first rather than all of the ships at once.
     
    The Black Sea Fleet has now deployed all 22 ships, which is getting some attention in the region because regional news reports have noted the Russian military exercises taking place in the Caucasus since the political turmoil and protests began last week in Georgia. There has been a lot of discussion over the past several days, mostly unverified hearsay and internet chatter, of movement of Russian troops towards the Russian-Georgian border and into Abkhazia as part of those exercises. Those rumors were confirmed today when an
    EU monitor told Reuters“it had registered Russian reinforcements at the boundaries between Georgian-controlled territory and South Ossetia and Abkhazia.”
     
    A confidential assessment compiled by EU diplomats in Georgia and seen by Reuters said the Russian reinforcements included tanks, armoured personnel carriers, artillery and “Grad” multiple-rocket launchers.
     
    “Thus the situation at the ABL (administrative boundary line) remains in flux and volatile as Russian/South Ossetian forces continue to establish new facts on the ground,” said the the assessment, dated April 13.
     
    This afternoon, the Eurasia Daily Monitor also noted the chatter in the region, and weighed in on the unfolding events.
     
    It is important that the Russian military acknowledges its mobilization and forward deployment of troops and ships. At present, it is impossible to know precisely how many additional army units have been moved within striking distance of Georgian territory. However, the composition of the naval force that disembarked from Sevastopol is not secret, since the Ukrainian authorities must be informed. It seems to be larger than the force that was deployed against Georgia last August. Four large amphibious landing craft left Sevastopol last week, while in August 2008 only two were reportedly deployed to insert a regiment of marines into Abkhazia in the small port of Ochamchira, close to the border with Georgia (Vlast, August 18). The marines were later deployed in the invasion of Western Georgia. 


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April 22, 2009 Posted by | GeoPolitics | | Comments Off on Russia Deploys the Black Sea Fleet

Taxpayers, Where Is Your Money Going?

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April 22, 2009 Posted by | Economics | , , , , | Comments Off on Taxpayers, Where Is Your Money Going?

Harvard Medical Students Rebel Against Pharma-Ties

  • Medical schools have been under Big Pharma’s control from who knows when. When industry controls our schools, corruption sets in and propaganda is taught. This control is all for the profit of Big Pharma. It is more about making money and less about healing people. Healing people is just incidental to their greater desire of making profits.
     
  • Alliance for Human Research Protection reports:
     
    200 Harvard Medical School STUDENTS are confronting the administration demanding an end to pharmaceutical industry influence in the classroom. A front page report in the Business section of the New York Times should bestir some of Harvard Medical School alumni.  200 Harvard Medical School STUDENTS are confronting the administration demanding an end to pharmaceutical industry influence in the classroom. 
     
    “The students say they worry that pharmaceutical industry scandals in recent years – including some criminal convictions, billions of dollars in fines, proof of bias in research and publishing and false marketing claims – have cast a bad light on the medical profession. And they criticize Harvard as being less vigilant than other leading medical schools in monitoring potential financial conflicts by faculty members.” 
     
    Harvard received the lowest grade–an F--from the American Medical Student Association, a national group that rates how well medical schools monitor and control drug industry money. Harvard Medical School’s peers received much higher grades, ranging from the A for the University of Pennsylvania, to B’s received by Stanford, Columbia and New York University, to the C for Yale.
     
    The revolt began when a first year medical student “grew wary” when a professor promoted cholesterol drugs and “seemed to belittle a student who asked about side effects.” He later discovered that the professor, a full-time Harvard Medical faculty member, was a paid consultant to 10 drug companies, including manufacturers of cholesterol drugs.
     
    Another first year student said:  “Before coming here, I had no idea how much influence companies had on medical education. And it’s something that’s purposely meant to be under the table, providing information under the guise of education when that information is also presented for marketing purposes.”
     
    The fact is, no one is keeping track of faculty income from industry, or covert marketing pitches infiltrating the classroom: “The school said it was unable to provide annual measures of the money flow to its faculty..”  One Harvard professor’s disclosure in class listed 47 company affiliations.
     
    On one side of the confrontation: the administration and most of the faculty who admittedly loath to “tighten the spigot” of cash from industry:

     
    “school officials see corporate support for their faculty as all the more crucial, as the university endowment has lost 22 percent of its value since last July and the recession has caused philanthropic contributors to retrench.”
     
    An outspoken supporter of ties between industry and academia–who served on numerous pharmaceutical advisory boards, Professor Thomas Stossel who is unconcerned about industry influence. He views industry support as “a huge opportunity we ought to mine.”A smaller faction of students calls for “continued interaction between medicine and industry at Harvard.”  They are led by Vijay Yanamadala, 22.
     
    On the other side: students such as Kirsten Austad, 24, a first-year Harvard Medical student who is one of the movement’s leaders, who said: “Harvard needs to live up to its name.  We are really being indoctrinated into a field of medicine that is becoming more and more commercialized.”
     
    The students are joined by Dr. Marcia Angell, a faculty member and former editor in chief of the New England Journal of Medicine who has vigorously advocated for an end to liaisons between academia and Big Pharma: “Too many medical schools have struck a ‘Faustian bargain’ with pharmaceutical companies.  If a school like Harvard can’t behave itself, who can?”  
     
     
  • See also:
     
    Hoxsey Cancer Cure?
    The Science and Politics of Cancer
    Vitamin B17 Cancer Treatment ?
    Promising Cancer Cure – DCA !
    Vaccination – The Hidden Truth
    Medical Cartel & Cancer
    The Science and Politics of Cancer

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April 22, 2009 Posted by | Medicine & Health | 1 Comment

Gerald Celente on Banksters, Economic Depression & Social Revolution

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April 22, 2009 Posted by | Economics, Social Trends | , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Malls Shedding Stores at Record Pace

  • The consumer economy is collapsing. CNN reports :
      
    NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — Strip malls, neighborhood centers and regional malls are losing stores at the fastest pace in at least a decade, as a spending slump forces retailers to trim down to stay afloat, according to a real estate industry report. 
     
    The consequence for consumers: Fewer stores to shop and less product choice. In just the first quarter of 2009, retail tenants at these centers have vacated 8.7 million square feet of commercial space, according to the latest report from New York-based real estate research firm Reis.
     
    That number exceeds the 8.6 million square feet of retail space that was vacated in all of 2008. Reis’ report shows that store vacancy rates at malls rose 9.5% in the first quarter, outpacing the 8.9% vacancy rate registered in all of 2008, and marking the largest single-quarter jump in vacancies since Reis began publishing quarterly figures in 1999.
     
    “These record numbers are symptomatic of the pervasive weakness that we’re seeing across economic sectors,” said Victor Calanog, director of research with Reis.
     
    “Consumers are worried about their asset bases and they aren’t buying things,” he said. “Their home values and retirement accounts are still reeling, and consumers remain concerned about future income as job losses accelerate.”
     
    Even though mall operators and landlords have responded by reducing rents by about 1.8% on average in the first quarter – the biggest quarterly drop in rents since 1999 – it’s not enticing businesses to stay put, Calanog said.
     
    “If you’re going out of business because people aren’t shopping, then lower rents won’t make a difference,” he said. Unfortunately for retailers, it’s only going to get worse, according to Reis’ forecasts. Calanog said he expects mall vacancies to exceed historical levels through 2011 before they stabilize sometime in the middle of 2012.

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April 22, 2009 Posted by | Economics | , , | Comments Off on Malls Shedding Stores at Record Pace