Eyeborg | Will prosthetics and cybernetics lead to elective human ‘enhancement’? One thing is sure – it won’t come cheap.
Archives for August 2011
Runnymede Institute August 31, 2011 Anjem Choudary is a bright, energetic individual with a lot of work on his hands laying the foundations of a pan-Islamic future for the British Isles. His vision is a fair society based on age old principals actually resembling those which the Church of England abandoned some 200 years ago […]
21WIRE | The forecast presented in this video below is the result of hundreds of man hours of research by the Planet X Town Hall
SARTRE | Superman’s roots come from Germany, where his name was ‘Ubermensch’, and he was the inspiration behind transhumanism.
By Patrick Henningsen 21st Century Wire August 26, 2011 Whether or not you believe that Wikileaks and Julian Assange are functionaries of Washington’s sophisticated intelligence web, what is clearly undeniable is that the existence of the document dumping site is being used by the State to end internet privacy, and place restrictions on free speech, availability of public domain […]
Patrick Henningsen | To break Syria, and then bring it under the globalist umbrella – would be a key jewel on the globalist crown
Maan News Agency August 23, 2011 GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — The head of an emergency ward in a Gaza City hospital said Monday that Israeli forces were using new, more brutal weapons against residents of the Gaza Strip. On Thursday, Israeli forces began a four-day bombarded the coastal enclave killing 14 Palestinians and wounding dozens […]
Argentine ISPs Use Bazooka to Kill Fly . By Jillian York August 22, 2011 On Tuesday, eff reported that Argentina’s National Telecommunications Commission (CNC) had issued a directive to local ISPs to block two websites- leakymails.com and leakymails.blogspot.com- in response to an order from a federal judge. Today, on Google’s Latin America blog (in Spanish), Senior […]
Mike Adams | Is ALex Jones putting on an act, or is he for real – opinions vary…
SARTRE | The generation that tasted the joy in the establishment’s fear during the 1960’s appreciates just how a government can be broken, but will they stand up for Dr. Paul?
By Patrick Henningsen 21st Century Wire Editorial August 20, 2011 Following two weeks of news mired in rioting, social strife and crime in throughout the UK, it’s little wonder that some of our readers have been hit with “doom fatigue”. The London riots were not pretty. For those among us who were unlucky enough to be caught […]
Andrew McKillop | Both Chernobyl and Fukushima provided all we need to know about the weapons potential of so-called civil nuclear power.
Daniel J. DeNoon | A deadly microbe that has been found in the US.
Andrew McKillop | While Venezuelan paper dollar assets can easily be frozen, this does not apply to metallic gold.
By Andrew McKillop 21st Century Wire August 18, 2011 Within the next 15 years as many as 100 industry standard 900 MW nuclear reactors, concentrated in the “old nuclear’ countries will have to be decommissioned, dismantled and made safe – unless the sinister farce of reactor operating lifetime extensions goes on playing. In some countries, […]
Dip buying of anything except gold, that is. Bloomberg August 18, 2011 Gold surged to records in New York and London as mounting concern about debt crises and slower economic growth spurred investors to sell equities and seek the perceived safety of bullion and Treasuries. Stock indexes fell 2 percent or more across most major […]
Andrew McKillop | Treating food and energy together is more productive than treating them apart, making it urgent these two themes are given the same political acknowledgement and treatment.
Soros calls on Portugal and Greece to pull out of euro and quit the EU ahead of Merkel-Sarkozy debt summit
By Alan Hall Daily Mail August 16, 2011 Speculator George Soros says both Greece and Portugal should dump the euro and quit the EU because of their massive debts. Soros told Germany’s Der Spiegel magazine that leaving would not kill off the euro – or the EU. Debt-stricken Greece and Portugal are struggling to implement […]