July 2009

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Neil Armstrong by the Window on Apollo 11

Short clip from the documentary ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Moon’ that questions the authenticity of the supposed moon landings

Abolishing the Financial Services Authority

If your livelihood disappears because of the ‘credit crunch’ the bankers have created and you fail to make your mortgage payments, then your house will be taken from you and, that’s right, given to the very people who created your problem

New drug shields against radiation

The medication works by suppressing the ‘suicide mechanism’ of cells hit by radiation, while enabling them to recover from the radiation-induced damages that prompted the suicide mechanism in the first place

Secret US-Israeli meeting to focus on Iran

A senior Israeli official said last week that the meeting should be seen as serious preparations for a long expected Israeli strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities

The head Nazi-hunter’s trail of lies

This is significant insofar as that bastion of all things orthodox and established – the Times of London – is helping publicize a book that exposes famed Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal as something of a showman with “a scant regard for truth”

Gambling with Peace

How US bingo dollars are funding Israeli settlements

The Ringworm Complex and the Federal Reserve

You notice ringworm once the patch gets large enough and you don’t have to worry right away because it takes about ten years to cover your whole body. Ignorance is like that in many ways

Vatican teaching Hezbollah how to kill Jews

Or so claims a booklet being distributed among Israel Defense Forces soldiers

The Murder of Faith

It happened 15 years ago this October and the Israeli response should to be remembered. If only in remembrance of all the other Palestinian children they’ve murdered

Speaker’s Conference wants more gay MPs

Plans to create wider acceptance of homosexuality in the name of ‘modernizing’ Parliament

Legal Immunity Set For Swine flu Vaccine Makers

Vaccine makers and federal officials will be immune from lawsuits that result from any new swine flu vaccine, under a document signed by Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius, government health officials said Friday

Wayne Madsen: ‘Swine flu virus began life in a lab’

Russia Today talks to Wayne Madsen about where Swine flu virus may have originated and why

Warships in the Suez Prepare for Iran Attack

Regarding the passage of Israeli warships through the Suez, an official told Times Online: “Israel is investing time in preparing itself for the complexity of an attack on Iran. These maneuvers are a message to Iran… Israel will follow up on its threat”

Video shows captive US soldier

The soldier in the video says he was captured after he lagged behind while on patrol

Now David Kelly’s former Iraq aide joins call for inquiry into his ‘suicide’

Mounting calls for renewed inquiry into the scientists death

Voice of the White House July 15, 2009

A Beltway insider on the rumour that Goldman Sachs has made an amazing rebound from what appeared to be total disaster

Afghanistan: ‘We are fighting ghost soldiers’

The Taliban are making Nato forces fight “for every inch of ground” during the ongoing offensive in Helmand

Is the US the Next Mexico?

America is “also a nation partly occupied by its enemies…” Its security and standard of living are also “being corroded and damaged by a “Factor X”, the same invisible factor that brought turbulence and poverty to Mexico’s bloody past

“It’s a Trick, We Always Use It”

Calling people or organisations “anti-Semitic” as a way to disable their criticism

The Economy Is Even Worse Than You Think

The average length of unemployment is higher than it’s been since government began tracking the data in 1948