Thursday, September 25, 2008


Army deploys combat unit in US for possible civil unrest

The recent Forbes 400 list of the richest Americans shows that their combined wealth has increased, in spite of the economic troubles, by $30 billion - to $1.57 trillion.

Michael Bloomberg, "in the course of just one year, pocketed 17 times what he is now demanding that millions of working people in New York City forfeit in terms of vital services and jobs." - As economic crisis deepens, rich get richerForbes publishes list of 400 wealthiest Americans

Revealed: Short-seller who bet almost £1bn against British banks

"Senate Investigations headed by Carl Levin revealed JP Morgan was one of the main banks involved in laundering drug money, as was Chase." - ::::: The Journey of a Wall Street Whistleblower

aangirfan: The Economic Crisis, the CIA and Rockefeller.

Thailand: "The PAD leadership has had the tacit backing of the military, sections of the state bureaucracy and royalists." - New Thai prime minister installed amid continuing political turmoil

US meddling in Bolivia on behalf of corporations

Venezuela nabs suspected coup plotters

"Turkey's refusal to allow US troops to use its territory to open a second front against Saddam Hussein provoked the worst crisis in relations between Ankara and Washington that many commentators could remember...Today it is as friendly with Syria as it is with Israel. It has close ties with Iran and Saudi Arabia. It has good relations with both Palestinian factions, Hamas and Fatah. It has developed a strong relationship with Russia..." - Which direction for Turkey now?

Madsen: News of 9/11 WTC North Closed Circuit Video Surfaces


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