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(Classified) Bill Will Defend Against Flesh-Eating (Classified)

John Haller (R-PA) recently introduced a bill that will allocate (classified) dollars over the next (classified) years to fight flesh eating (classified). Is this preparation for a false flag perpetrated not by alleged ‘terrorists’ but by “ALIENS”?

Hillary! Uncensored – Banned By The Media

A rough trailer on how the Clinton’s lied about campaign contributions and then double-crossed the contributors

Eurocrats target Poland

Poland has enraged European Union bureaucrats in Brussels. Not only has it refused to reject the death penalty but it has now been accused of ‘homophobia’ after a “gay pride” parade was banned in Warsaw

Voice of the White House October 14, 2007

A White House insider writes: It is obvious to most of us here that Bush, who is quite stupid, thoroughly misunderstood Putin. Soon America will be paying for that misjudgement

Police could not find any fingerprints on Dr Kelly’s ‘suicide’ knife

Commenting on Dr Kelly’s suicide, a police spokesman admitted that no fingerprints were found on the knife he supposedly used to kill himself. However, he continued, “This however does not change the official explanation of his death”

Caspian states adopt declaration on repelling aggressors

The tentative beginnings of what could even develop into a military alliance between the five Caspian Sea states – Azerbaijan, Iran, Kazakhstan, Russia, and Turkmenistan

Republicans saber rattle on Iran

We are witnessing a potential catastrophe in the making. With the exception of Ron Paul, all the US presidential candidates are talking tough on Iran – just as Putin has warned against US military action to resolve the issue

Putin Visits Iran, Sends Warnings to US

Shrugging off warnings of a possible assassination attempt, Russian leader Vladimir Putin met with President Ahmadinejad Tuesday and implicitly warned the U.S. against attacking Iran

Rothschilds Out to Bankrupt European, Japanese Farmers?

An observer in Budapest proffers some intriguing insights into a recent interview with Lyn Forester de Rothschild

Jewish power dominates at ‘Vanity Fair’

The editor of The Chicago Jewish News, thinks it’s a list his readers should “feel very, very good about”. However it makes one critical error, which we highlight

Handcuffed, Assaulted, Ticketed By Cop For Distributing 9/11 DVD’s

9/11 Truth activists were assaulted and called … “unpatriotic”

Iran darkens 2008 White House race

How America will deal with Ahmadinejad and whether it could result in military action in response to Iran’s nuclear program is becoming the dominant foreign policy issue in the race for the White House

Why Do the Illuminati Hate Jews?

“Zionism is but an incident of a far reaching plan,” said a leading American Zionist. And while masquerading as Jews, many key Illuminati may actually detest the Jewish people. Henry Makow Ph.D. explains

It’s the Oil

One part of the equation that led Bush to Iraq was the neocons. The other was the lure of billions of barrels of as yet undiscovered oil. Which is why, Jim Holt explains, the US is establishing five huge, self-sufficient, permanent military bases there

Right Ho, Lobby

Democracy is a good idea, writes Israel Shamir. But democracy of the word “demos”, people’s rule, not from the word “demo” like in “demo version”

The Israeli Military Aircraft Company Tied To 9-11 Part II

THE ATASCO-BEDEK CONNECTION ATASCO USA was, of course, created and owned by the Israeli military and connected to the Mossad, but this information is not easily found. There has only been one article that I have found that mentions what ATASCO has been doing for the past 36 years in the United States, since it […]

Captive Israeli soldiers held in Iran

Its been reported that the two Israeli soldiers captured during last year’s fighting in the Lebanon could soon be released in a German brokered deal

Putin to visit embattled Iran

Raising the ante in the current diplomatic face off between the U.S. and Iran, President Putin is scheduled to visit Iran later this week for talks with leaders of the Caspian Sea countries

Former commander attacks Bush over ‘endless nightmare’ in Iraq

A former commander of U.S. forces in Iraq has launched a withering attack on the Bush administration’s handling of the war

Do you know the truth about Lockerbie?

Robert Fisk is contacted by a relative of one of those killed who harbours strong doubts about Libya’s involvement in the bombing