Kurt Nimmo | Usual NWO suspects argue about six and one half dozen of the other, aka “regime change”.
Archives for March 2011
Digital Journal | How did Obama get the prize in the first place?
Bloomberg Financial | Money talks. Libyan rebels in Benghazi said they have created a new national oil company.
Activist Post | It’s turning into another ugly war in Libya.
The Economic Collapse | What a skilled bunch of rebels – they can fight a war during the day and draw up a new central bank and a new national oil company at night.
Andrew McKillop | Oil is not favoured in that sombre scenario – but the food commodities are.
Andrew McKillop | The linked illusions of the nation state and national security must be abandoned, if the world’s political and corporate elites want to pursue the chimera of cheap and safe atomic energy.
Patrick Henningsen | Both domestically, and in a foreign intervention sense, the West is effectively rewriting their law books as they go along.
Matt Ryan Infowars.com March 22, 2011 AT&T’s pending acquisition of T-Mobile USA has the tech world buzzing with various pros and cons of what this merging would mean for the consumer. Among the pros are the possibility of having a single mobile standard (4G LTE) and a market where phones aren’t restricted to a single carrier. […]
Infowars | One of many YouTube reports on the ground getting through from Japan this week.
21WIRE | A guide to surviving radioactive fallout & radiation contamination from Japan.
Before Its News March 16, 2011 If the latest theory of Tom Weiler and Chui Man Ho is right, the Large Hadron Collider – the world’s largest atom smasher that started regular operation last year – could be the first machine capable of causing matter to travel backwards in time. “Our theory is a long shot,” […]
BBC | Concerns are growing about radiation leaks at a nuclear plants in Japan, causing worries in Europe now.
Infowars | Is the Global Jet Stream sending radiation winds towards California?
Andrew McKillop | Can the Mad Dog out smart the trolls from the North?
Andrew McKillop | The recent crisis in Japan has forced the latter to the very top of our global agenda.
By Andrew McKillop 21st Century Wire March 14, 2011 JAPAN’S OIL DEMAND WILL BOUNCE BACK Friday 11th trading on the US Nymex and to lower extent on the London ICE was driven by a quick sentiment-driven response to breaking news of the Japanese disaster. Refineries were on fire, ports were closed and cars, buses and […]
Stone Pinkerton | Throughout history, short men have sought to compensate by making big wars.
Coast2Coast AM | Patrick’s first appearance on Coast to Coast AM radio show with host George Noory.