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Toyota to develop workman humanoid robot by 2005

Japan’s top carmaker, Toyota has announced plans to develop a humanoid robot within the next two years

Africa isn’t dying of Aids

The headline figures are horrible: almost 30 million Africans have HIV/Aids. But, says Rian Malan, the figures are computer-generated estimates and they appear grotesquely exaggerated when set against population statistics

Weapons of the New World Order

Weapons of the New World Order

“Technology will make available, to the leaders of major nations, techniques for conducting secret warfare, of which only a bare minimum of the security forces will be appraised…Techniques of weather modification could be employed to produce prolonged periods of drought or storm.” Illuminati strategist and front man Zbigniew Brzezinski writing in “Between Two Ages” 1970. […]

Insurgents are Civilians

Robert Fisk reports on a village in Iraq that US forces have surrounded with a barbed wire fence. A sign on it reads: “This fence is here for your protection. Do not approach or try to cross, or you will be shot.”

EU chief Prodi unhurt after opening parcel bomb

A parcel bomb has exploded in the hands European Union Commission President Romano Prodi

Is America the Revived Roman Empire?

Biblical prophecy foretells the coming of a revived Roman Empire: a New World Order. Pastor Chuck Baldwin asks: is it begining to emerge with America as is center?

John Doe #1, et al, Plaintiffs v Donald Rumsfeld et al, Defendents

Federal Judge Sullivan has enjoined Donald H. Rumsfeld et al from inoculating US servicemen with Anthrax vaccine. It has been clearly linked to Gulf War Syndrome. But were profits for the pharmaceutical cartels the only motive for the vaccinations?

Thai motorbike driver squeezed but spared in python drama

A Thai man remained unconscious in hospital after being nearly asphyxiated by a four-metre python he was transporting on a motorbike for release in a national park, police said. Emergency workers called to a roadside Tuesday in Prachinburi province, 136 kilometres (84 miles) east of Bangkok, were shocked to discover the python tightly coiled around […]

Libya’s Weapons of Mass Destruction: Reinventing Gaddafi

According to the usual anonymous “US officials’ who daily grace the front pages of American newspapers, Libya had not actually acquired a nuclear bomb but was “close to developing one’. Just like Iraq was once

A Guide to Interactive TV

A new type of television is being developed. It promises greater choice… and the opportunity for more control too. David Burke examines the development of technology straight out of Orwell’s 1984

Iraqis Doubt Real Hussein Behind Bars

U.S. armoured vehicles rolled down Fallujah’s main street, blaring messages: “The coalition forces have arrested Saddam Hussein. Reports that it is a Saddam double are false,” a voice declared in Arabic from a loudspeaker.

U.K. Castle Cameras Catch Ghostly Visitor

“We’re baffled too — it’s not a joke, we haven’t manufactured it,” said Vikki Wood, a Hampton Court spokeswoman. “We genuinely don’t know who it is or what it is.”

The Last Saddam

From the moment the second Bush descended on the White House, he made no secret of his intention to remove Saddam from power. Occupation of Iraq was the only way to go. Bush knew it, Saddam knew it – everybody knew it

Photo Tricks Betray Saddam Psyop

The Saddam capture caper is a sophisticated psychological operation (PsyOp) aimed at both mainstream and alternative media. But the psyop team have been too clever for their own good. Here’s why

What is Mad Cow Disease?

Mad Cow Disease is the common term for Bovine Spongiform Encepholopathy (BSE), a progressive neurological disorder of cattle which can be transmitted to other species, including humans. In humans, it is called Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, after the two doctors who first described the symptoms of the disease. The disease in cattle is called Bovine Spongiform Encepholopathy […]

Iraq’s Phantom ‘Insurgents’

The American military still talk about their battle against “terrorism”. But in Samarra US troops are accompanied by hooded men in plain clothes carrying Kalashnikovs, the “Iraqi Civil Defence Corps”

Weapons of Mass Deception

The uses of propaganda in Bush’s war on Iraq. A review of the book by Sheldon Rampton and John Stauber

America Commits Suicide in Iraq

Clear evidence that the man the mainstream media have announced as Saddam Hussein, is not who they claim him to be. What’s more, writes Joe Vialls, this scam could trigger an offensive that will make the Tet offensive seem like mere child’s play

‘The tyrant is now a prisoner’

Robert Fisk reflects on the capture of Saddam Hussein by American troops near Tikrit

Missing US – Iraq History

Instead of knowing the truth about Iraq/ US relations, Americans have been fed a steady diet of distortions, simplifications and outright lies. Robert Parry chronicles the events of recent hidden history