Friday, November 06, 2009


The System

If you've been diagnosed "probable" or "presumed" 2009 H1N1 or "swine flu" in recent months, you may be surprised to know this: odds are you didn’t have H1N1 flu. - Swine flu cases overstated

Martial Law Declared In Ukraine Over Mystery Epidemic

US interventionism backfiring against Washington

Four Reasons Why Hyperinflation Hasn't Hit the US Economy…Yet

FALSE FLAG OP: "An influential group in London, backed by Venetian intelligence from abroad, wanted to push James I into a confrontation with the Spanish Empire, from which they hoped among other things to extract great personal profit.

"They also thought it was politically vital to keep persecuting the Roman Catholics.

"Chief among the war party was the royal chancellor, roughly equivalent to prime minister, who was Lord Robert Cecil, the Earl of Salisbury. Cecil set out to sway James I to adopt his policy, by means of terrorism.

"Acting behind the scenes, Cecil cultivated some prominent Catholics, one of them Lord Thomas Percy from the famous Catholic Percy family, and used them as cut-outs to direct the operations of a group of naïve Catholic fanatics and adventurers, among them a certain gullible gentleman named Guy Fawkes." - The Grand-daddy of all Fake Terror Fall Guys: Guy Fawkes

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How our governments use terrorism to control us

LBJ On JFK Assassination: ‘It’s All A Conspiracy’

Former UK ambassador: CIA sent people to be ‘raped with broken bottles’

In 2003, CIA agents abducted an innocent man from a street in Milan.

The man was tortured.

The USA refused to extradite the CIA agents to Italy.

Judge Oscar Magi acquitted the CIA chief for Rome, Jeffrey Castelli, saying he was protected by state secrecy laws, as were the former head of Italy's military intelligence agency, Nicolo Pollari, and his deputy, Marco Mancini. - CIA agents guilty of Italy kidnap

Met police sees papers alleged to link Mark Thatcher to coup plot

George Soros Lauds Chinese Model Of Goverment – Wants Global Governance Under UN Security Council

The Roman army had to recruit lots of Barbarians into its ranks. Pentagon: A Third of U.S. Youth Too Fat, Sickly to Serve in the Military, Most of the Rest Are Too Dumb or Have Used Too Many Drugs


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