When is the economic collapse going to happen? Just open up your eyes and take a look around the globe. The next wave of the economic collapse may not have reached Wall Street yet, but it is already deeply affecting billions of lives all over the planet. Much of Europe has already descended into a deep economic depression, very disturbing economic data is coming out of the second and [...]
An investigation has been launched into a threatening letter found at the U.S. Embassy in Seoul, police said Thursday.
The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency (SMPA) said the letter was delivered to the embassy in downtown Seoul on Monday that contained threats against American citizens in South Korea.
The letter, which was also written in Korean, said in English, “American citizens living on the territory of South Korea will be subject to the [...]
Russia and Saudi Arabia warned us.
Aren’t you just shocked?
BOMBSHELL: Saudi Arabia warned USA IN WRITING about Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2012, and rejected his application for an entry visa to visit Mecca in 2011… Developing…
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BOMBSHELL: Saudi Arabia warned the United States IN WRITING about Tamerlan Tsarnaev in 2012, and rejected his application for an entry visa to visit Mecca in 2011
Saudis developed intelligence separately from Russia, which also warned the [...]
Official EU research verifies bee holocaust caused by dangerous man-made poisons, Big Ag and Big Government do nothing
A class of insecticide chemicals commonly applied to rapeseed, also known as canola here in the U.S., as well as sugar beets, corn, and various other crops is killing off bee populations across the globe, and a prominent environmental watchdog group is now demanding that these insecticides be immediately pulled from the market. [...]
libertyblitzkrieg.com / By Michael Krieger / April 23, 2013
I’ve heard rumors about this before, but figured it was just an urban legend. Apparently not! So Utah resident, David Whipple, originally decided he wanted to save a McDonald’s burger for a couple of months to see what would happen. It didn’t decompose at all. Then he forgot about it in a coat pocket for a year or so until his wife accidentally [...]
April 21, 2013
The alleged Boston Marathon bomber may have tried to kill himself rather than surrender after he was cornered by police – but failed in his suicide attempt, it has been revealed.
[...] Boston Mayor Tom Menino revealed on Sunday that federal agents may never be able to interview Tsarnaev. Menino didn’t elaborate on his comment and it is unknown whether the gunshot also caused brain damage.
[...] Tsarnaev [...]
UK Daily Mail
April 16, 2013
A picture posted on Twitter shows an individual walking on the roof directly overlooking one of the blasts at the Boston Marathon.
The picture of the mystery person was posted shortly after the terror attack and raises the eerily possibility that one of the perpetrators watched as the carnage was unleashed.
Law-enforcement sources told the New York Post that a 20-year-old Saudi man was detained at a Boston hospital.
Did you know that there are thousands upon thousands of homeless people that are living underground beneath the streets of major U.S. cities? It is happening in Las Vegas, it is happening in New York City and it is even happening in Kansas City. As the economy crumbles, poverty in the United States isabsolutely exploding and so is homelessness. In addition to the thousands of “tunnel people” living under the streets [...]
April 7, 2013
Millions of tons of household rubbish painstakingly sorted by families for recycling is being dumped abroad.
Whitehall has admitted that waste from recycling bins is being shipped to countries including China, India and Indonesia, where much of it ends up in landfill.
In papers published by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, ministers concede that what happens to the 12million tons of ‘green’ waste shipped abroad [...]
February 20, 2013
Hair dyes used by millions of women contain chemicals linked to cancer, British scientists have warned.
They say that both home hair colouring kits and the dyes used at expensive salons pose a potential risk to health.
Writing in a respected scientific journal, they say chemicals in permanent hair dyes can react with tobacco smoke and other pollutants in the air to form one of the most powerful [...]
February 16, 2013
COMMENT: Employed in the name of public safety, these officers target other drivers and even set up checkpoints for DUI and DWI while they are allowed to work — on highways and public roads — under the influence of alcohol themselves.
A shocking new report has uncovered union contracts that allow police officers in Illinois to show up for duty while ‘half-drunk’ or up to one-percent under the [...]
‘Making them more relaxed’
UK Daily Mail
Feb 16, 2013
Sleeping pills may be disturbing river ecosystems by turning fish into greedy, risk-taking loners, say researchers.
Scientists studied the behaviour of perch exposed to a sedative which is carried into waterways through sewage.
The drug, a benzodiazepine used to treat anxiety and insomnia called oxazepam, made the fish bolder and less social.
They left the safety of their schools to forage alone – making them [...]
February 10, 2013
David Petraeus was betrayed by his own bodyguards and vengeful high-ranking enemies in the CIA, who made sure his affair with his biographer was exposed to the public, a new book claims.
MailOnline can reveal a new angle on the story that rocked Washington last fall. It comes from two retired special operations commandos – a Navy SEAL and a Green Beret – who say they discovered [...]
January 26, 2013
An armed robber who burst into a betting shop wearing a gas mask and brandishing a gun collapsed and died after being tackled by customers.
The gunman, named locally as Alan Levers, 50, was disarmed and pinned down by punters at Ladbrokes on Crownhill Road in Plymouth, Devon, shortly before 7pm last night.
Brave customers held the robber on the floor while others raised the alarm, Devon and [...]
January 26, 2013
Scientists last night ended a voluntary ban on creating mutant forms of bird flu, despite warnings that an accidental release could kill millions of people.
Research into H5N1 transmission stopped a year ago amid fears information about how to create potentially dangerous viruses could be used for bioterrorism.
The self-imposed moratorium came after two teams independently discovered how to mutate the virus so that it could be transmitted through [...]
UK Daily Mail
Jan 20, 2013
Thousands of gun advocates gathered peacefully Saturday at state capitals around the U.S. to rally against stricter limits on firearms, with demonstrators carrying rifles and pistols in some places while those elsewhere settled for waving hand-scrawled signs or screaming themselves hoarse.
The size of crowds at each location varied – from dozens of people in South Dakota to 2,000 in New York. Large crowds also turned out [...]
Parts of Britain could see temperatures drop as low as -15C next week, as a cold front which will last until February sweeps the country.
Weeks of mild weather, which has led to spring flowers blooming early in many parts of the country, will be replaced with freezing temperatures and icy winds that could even bring snow.
Clear skies and sunshine will precede a widespread frost later this week, with temperatures plunging [...]
Ethan A. Huff
December 30, 2012
Unknown sources are funneling money into new research aimed at finding the so-called “evil” gene that may have been responsible for the recent mass shooting that allegedly took place at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. According to the U.K.’s Daily Mail, researchers from the University of Connecticut have been tasked with dissecting the dead body of Adam Lanza, the young man accused of killing [...]
Inventor warns ‘Google generation who spend life in front of screens are losing creativity and skills’
UK Daily Mail
Dec 26, 2012
One of Britain’s leading inventors has warned that a ‘Google generation’ who rely on the internet for everything are in danger of becoming ‘brain-dead’.
Trevor Baylis, who invented the wind-up radio, said children are losing creativity and practical skills because they spend too much time in front of screens.
The 75-year-old said [...]
December 18, 2012
If you’ve only just got used to talking to your phone, get ready for a major change.
IBM has revealed its predictions for the computer we will all be using in 2018 – and it believes they will have all five senses, and will communicate with us in radically different ways.
‘Infrared and haptic technologies will enable a smart phone’s touchscreen technology and vibration capabilities to simulate the [...]
From Liberty Blitzkrieg:
Bryant saw a flash on the screen: The explosion. Parts of the building collapsed. The child had disappeared. Bryant had a sick feeling in his stomach.
“Did we just kill a kid?” he asked the man sitting next to him.
“Yeah, I guess that was a kid,” the pilot replied.
“Was that a kid?” they wrote into a chat window on the monitor.
Then, someone they didn’t know answered, someone sitting in [...]
In 1852 the visionary’s steam-powered airship made its first voyage, flying 16 miles from Paris to Trappes
Just 26 years later, Giffard was making the dream of flight a reality for everyday people in this flying balloon
In 1852 he made history with his pioneering flight in a steam powered airship.
By the time these photographs were taken in 1878, visionary inventor Henri Giffard was making the impossible possible for everyday men and women [...]
December 7, 2012
Medical sensors concealed within temporary tattoos could be used by coaches to fine-tune their athletes’ training, a new study claims.
Researchers at University of Toronto Scarborough invented the sensor, which comes in a thin flexible transfer adorned with a cheerful smiley-face design.
‘We wanted a design that could conceal the electrodes,’ says Vinci Hung, a PhD candidate in the university’s Department of Physical & Environmental Sciences, who was part [...]
WASHINGTON (CBS DC) – A public health proposal suggests that tobacco smokers should be required to apply and pay for a “smoker’s license” in order to continue buying cigarettes.
In this week’s PLOS Medicine medical journal, two leading tobacco control advocates debate the merits of the smoker’s license. Simon Chapman, a professor at the University of Sydney, proposes that users would have to apply and pay for a mandatory license in the form [...]
November 2, 2012
Barclays traders toyed with electricity prices at several major power trading hubs in the western U.S. to boost their own profits.
The men were caught, and Barclays slapped with a $470million fine, after they bragged about the price rigging in a series of damning, foul-mouthed e-mails.
Four traders are accused of conspiring to sell electricity at a loss to drive prices down between November 2006 and 2008.
This enabled simultaneous [...]
(NaturalNews) The face of government-run socialized medicine just keeps getting uglier in Britain, where as many as 3,000 doctors are set to place many thousands more patients on so-called “death registers” where they are ultimately denied treatment – all to save a buck.
Or in this case, a pound.
Being placed on the registers means those patients have been singled out “to be allowed to die in comfort rather than be given [...]
There’s a new MasterCard being marketed at Muslims, complete with a compass pointing the way towards Mecca. Al Hillal Bank, an Islamic financial company owned by the United Arab Emirates government, recently launched the credit card. Rather than merely serving as an instrument with which one can purchase goods and services, the card is also compliant with Islamic laws.
In addition to including a compass that allows Islamic adherents to comply [...]
Students and inmates eat almost identical lunches, but jailhouse cuisine is healthier
September 23, 2012
Few can say they had a good school lunch experience.
Stereotypically sloppy and greasy and served up with greying mashed potatoes, canteen dinners are a childhood memory best forgotten.
Even prisoners would turn their noses up at some of it, according to the LA-based community blog GOOD.is.
Both meals contain roughly the same number of calories (around 1,400) but what’s [...]
Secret Nazi tapes reveal how ordinary German soldiers were responsible for war crimes and not just SS
September 22, 2012
Secret recordings made by British intelligence during the Second World War have revealed for the first time the horrific atrocities carried out by everyday German soldiers.
One example of many recounts: ‘There was an event in the market square, crowds of people, speeches given. We really sprayed them! That was fun!’
September 10, 2012
Chinese officialdom says the Yangtze river, the third longest in the world, has turned red due to upriver sand, while others insist it is industrial pollution.
“The coloration of the waters of Asia’s longest river was reported at several points,” the Scotsman reported on Friday.
“Although the cause is yet to be determined, this is not the first time a river has turned red in China,” the Daily Mail explained. “Last December, the Jian [...]
Kaylee Queen Flesh Eating Bacteria: Michigan 18-Year-Old In Hospital After Contracting Two Kinds Of Bacteria
Michigan teenager Kaylee Queen is in the hospital after being infected with flesh-eating bacteria (also known as necrotizing fasciitis) and another, unknown, bacteria, according to news reports.
The 18-year-old, from Burton, had flu-like symptoms and experienced a raised, growing rash on her body, that prompted her family to bring her to the hospital last week, WJRT reported. [...]
August 27, 2012
A 9/11 widow who was paid $1.4 million from the World Trade Center Victim Compensation Fund, is under fire from the son of her late husband, who claims his father’s marriage to the woman was a sham.
Evgueni Kniazev, a Russian waiter at the Windows on the World restaurant atop the World Trade Center, actually paid American Irina Dubenskaya $5,000 to marry him so he could become a [...]
Reports that billionaire hotel developer Steve Wynn picked up the tab for Prince Harry’s stay last week lend credence to scuttlebutt that he’s unhappy with his security team.
And that may be putting it mildly.
According to a source, the Prince Harry scandal could get much worse.
“Something pretty gigantic” is involved, the source said, something more serious than “strip billiards” at one of Wynn’s properties.
Several major financial institutions under inquiry in the Libor case are going to push for introducing account fees for their customers. They blame ‘free’ accounts as one of the reasons behind interest rate rigging.
The major banks including Britain’s Barclays and Spain’s Santander are expected to argue in favor of introducing account fees at a meeting of the UK Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards, the Daily Mail reports. Banks must submit [...]