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Tehran has defences against cruise missiles: Iran

The Iranian capital is equipped with air defences against cruise missiles, a top military official said on Friday as Iran test-fired upgraded FM-80, Rapier missiles

Two holes in the floor of the Edgeware Road coach

UPDATED: More evidence emerges at the 7/7 Inquest, which is at odds with the official version of events. And yet again it is given virtually zero coverage in the mainstream media

A Slumber Party in Hell

It should prove interesting, what’s on the horizon. It’s going to be different for different groups of people. Hopefully we are in the right group, writes Reflections in a Petri Dish

Iran says it tested new air defense missile system

More on Iran’s new domestically developed air defense system

Iran tests radars, air defense system in military drill

Iran successfully test-fired an indigenously developed advanced air defense system and various radar systems on Thursday

July 7 – The Truth At Last

While the corporate media studiously avoids reporting on it, the official version of the 7/7 attacks is rapidly unravelling. Nick Kolerstrom explains

Weapons expert Dr David Kelly

Dr Kelly was murdered: British experts

David Kelly sounded “positive” in a phone message he left for a friend, saying he would meet him for cards “next Wednesday”. Days later Kelly was found dead and even though police were told about the message they never collected it

UK agrees to settle with ex-Guantanamo detainees

This is more than hush money: the agreement to pay hefty payouts prevents the former detainees from taking the government to court where its “War on Terror” would have been exposed as a lie

July 7th Inquests - 'Life Extinct'?

July 7th Inquests – ‘Life Extinct’?

Body Counts at Aldgate and Edgeware Road blasts both short by one –’the bombers’. However the inquest ruling that ‘identification of bodies’ was ‘outside the scope of the proceedings’ leads one to ask: is this an inquest or a cover-up?

Iran starts biggest air defense war games

Iran begins combat drills to test its response to air strikes near its nuclear installations

The Phantom Image of Khan and the Movable Crater

How the Inquest struggled to keep the lid on their Edgware Road story

Gilad Atzmon and The Orient House Ensemble

A dramatic change in attitude toward Israel has occurred. Gilad Atzmon explains: “More and more artists in all fields are embarrassed and appalled to be associated with the Israeli government – they are cancelling appearances in Israel and many wouldn’t even consider performing there”

Alien vs. Predator

Welcome to the endgame in the 5000-year war between “Good” and “Evil”

The Alleged Identification of Shehzad Tanweer

Why did the Metropolitan Police announce they had found forensic evidence indicating the involvement of Shehzad Tanweer in the 7/7 attacks before the forensic evidence had even been examined?

Glenn Beck: Inspired By Iran Or Lyndon LaRouche?

For Beck, fear is a commodity in which he has deeply invested in futures — an investment whose value he works on inflating every day

Demons Among Us at the Cannibal Feast

The public information channels have been routed through the municipal sewage systems so that it’s shit in and shit out every day. These mincing martinets prance upon the stage, in the gravitas of dung golems, whose reek is barely masked by the distance provided through the mediums of transmission

George Bush Book ‘Decision Points’ Lifted From Advisors’ Books

His memiors bear the hallmark of his presidency: riddled with fabrication and outright plagiarism

China Fired Missile Seen In Southern California

Wayne Madsen reports that U.S. and Asian intelligence services believe that China decided to demonstrate to the United States its capabilities on the eve of the G-20 Summit in Seoul

Who Was Behind the Death of Dr David Kelly?

The case is far from closed, writes Dr Stephen Frost

Iran to test domestically built S300

Tehran has announced that it will soon begin testing a domestically developed air defence system to replace the S-300, which Russia agreed to sell Iran in 2007 but failed to deliver