Monthly Archives: November 2012

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Goldman Sachs: A Criminal Enterprise

It is now a certainty that Goldman Sachs banker Rajiv Gupta with be the first banker to serve prison time.  Gupta helped the Wall Street behemoth handpick the most toxic US…

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The History of Health Tyranny: Codex Alimentarius

Contrary to popular belief Codex Alimentarius is neither a law nor a policy.  It is in fact a functioning body, a Commission, created by the Food and Agricultural Organization and…

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ID Cards – Intergovernmental Cooperation In Worldwide Implementation

This is an update on the earlier article ID Cards – a World View, published on Global Research, August 31, 2009. That article gave a pretty bleak view of worldwide implementation…

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Iran’s New National Identity Cards Concerns Rights Activists

Iran has introduced new biometric national identity cards that observers believe can be used to indentify dissident easier than before.   The card which can be used for internet usage, is…

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Catalonia Secession Is A Rebellion Against The EU

In Catalonia, Spain, secession-minded parties of different political stripes won a majority in regional elections. While those differences make secession unlikely, independence drives in Europe are likely to spread. There’s…

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Propaganda Alert: Best To Ignore The AP’s Bogus Graph On Iranian Nuclear Weapons

Uncritical, fear-mongering media propaganda is far too common to take note of each time it appears, but sometimes, what is produced is so ludicrous that its illustrative value should not…

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Peru’s Ten Year Ban on Genetically Modified Seeds and Foods Takes Force Thursday

A 10-year ban on genetically modified foods in Peru came into effect this week, state news agency Andinareported. Peru’s executive has approved the regulations for the law that prohibits the importation, production…

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Archaeologists confirm Indian civilization is 2000 years older than previously believed

When archaeologist KN Dikshit was a fresh-faced undergraduate, in 1960, a remarkable discovery pushed back the origin of civilization in the Indus River Valley by some 500 years. Now, he…

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Nuclear Christmas, a false flag in America to blame on Iran

There are strong confirmations that one or more nuclear weapons, known to have been stolen but kept from the public to “prevent panic,” may well be deployed in American cities…

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Rise of Intelligent Machines Will Open “Pandora’s Box” Threatening Human Extinction

As robots keep replacing human workers in manufacturing and now retail and food servicing, fears have arisen that artificial general intelligence (AGI) machines will  threaten mankind when “intelligence escapes the…

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Turkey Leads Central Bank Gold Buying, As China’s Gold Consumption To Double

Central bankers continue to add to their stashes of historical size.  Central banks continue buying gold, as we see, via the World Gold Council that ETFs and India kept Gold demand higher…

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Dutch Authority Just Weeks Away From Gagging Health Journalists and Restricting Free Speech

The Dutch Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority (nVWA) is set to launch a major offensive endorsing the censorship of online health content, including escalating restrictions in free speech. On…

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Blackwater founder seeks Asian investors for S. Sudan defense projects

A former leading U.S. defense contractor has selected South Sudan as his next market. Erik Prince has begun investing to enhance the defense of the new republic of South Sudan, which seceded…

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Is Pakistan’s Paranoia Pushing it Into a Nuclear War with India?

The possibility of a nuclear war between Pakistan and India grows every day. If the Pakistanis do not bring under control the terrorist groups in the country and resolve the…

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Earth’s orbit tilted by lost star, new theory suggests

A new theory the suggests that one young star may yank another’s developing solar system has shed light on a long-standing puzzle – why Earth’s orbit is tipped 7 degree…