Monthly Archives: January 2013

Greece chooses neo-Nazi to occupy Council of Europe position

The presence of Eleni Zarulia, a member of the Golden Dawn neo-Nazi party (18 seats) as Greek representative at the Council of Europe has provoked a storm of criticism over…

Syria: Iran, Saudis beef up rival militias

Bitter rivals Iran and Saudi Arabia seem to be stepping up involvement in Syria’s civil war by forming new paramilitary forces to aid their allies or pushing in fighters from…

US military plans drone base near Mali: Official

  The US military plans to set up a base for drones in northwest Africa to bolster surveillance of al-Qaida’s affiliate in the region as well as allied Islamist extremists, a US official told AFP…

Starving North Koreans ‘are forced to eat their children’

  HUNGRY parents in North Korea have been caught eating their CHILDREN to avoid starvation, according to reports. One father is said to have been executed by firing squad for…

India Presses Israel on Joint Missile Project

The Indian government has asked Israel to speed up development of its joint medium-range surface-to-air missile (MRSAM) project, which has faced technical snags since its inception in 2009. MRSAM topped…

Mass Exodus From 25 Biggest US Banks Amid Exponential Silver Demand

  US Federal Reserve has reported that a major deposit withdrawal took place last week from the nation’s bank accounts. The financial system has not seen such a fund outflow…

Physical Gold is Being Looted All Over the World: 1.5 Tons of Ghana’s Gold Flown Out Without Proper Documentation

Stunning facts are emerging that Ghana may have dished out a 1.5tons of gold worth almost $80 million to the People’s Republic of Iran without proper documentation. On January 19,…

US agrees to refuel French warplanes on Mali mission

The United States has agreed to refuel French fighter jets waging war against Islamist militants in Mali, officials have said, after weighing the decision for more than two weeks. Defense Secretary Leon Panetta told…

Missiles, rockets, bombs used to cover up India’s nuclear test preparations: APJ Abdul Kalam

The Congress-led minority government of Narasimha Rao wanted to conduct nuclear tests in 1996 but had not anticipated it would lose the general election that year, revealed former president APJ…

India’s Nuclear Weapons: The Smiling Buddha Blast and Canada’s CANDU Snafu

In 1956 Canada provided India with a 40 megawatt “Canadian-Indian Reactor, U.S.” (CIRUS) research reactor near Mumbai. The United States supplied the heavy water necessary to control nuclear fission. In…

Israel Deploys Missiles as Netanyahu Sees Syria Collapse

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israel must prepare for the threat of a chemical attack from Syria as the army deployed its new Iron Dome anti- missile system near…

Pentagon Announces Cyber Force Expansion As Anonymous Hacks Government Websites

The Pentagon plans to expand its cybersecurity force from 900 personnel to 4,900 troops and civilians over the new several years, Ellen Nakashima of The Washington Post reports.   The expansion reflects…

Scientists use DNA to store MP3, holds 2.2 petabytes per gram

. Further exploring the role biological processes could one day play in the evolution of technology, researchers from the European Bioinformatics Institute claim to havesuccessfully encoded 154 Shakespeare sonnets and an MP3…

UFOs On The Moon: Scientists, Astronauts And YouTube Users Report Strange Sightings (VIDEO)

People claim to videotape UFOs in the sky above Earth. They also spot unusual-looking objects in NASA camera feeds at the International Space Station. Now, a growing number of individuals insist…

Now the Swiss want their gold back…all 1040 tons of it!!

  With last week’s announcement by the Bundesbank of the repatriation of 674 tons of German gold from Paris and NY over the next 7 years, we predicted that an avalanche…