Monday, December 8, 2008

Articles - December 8, 2008

The God That Failed: The 30-Year Lie of the Market Cult
It has always been all marketing. Friedman ought to be dug up and hanged by his Nobel Medal.

Angry Laid-Off Workers Occupy Factory in Chicago
And wouldn't you know it, they aren't even 'real' Americans.

OPEC: Get set for oil shock and awe

The Trojan Horses of Our Demise: Reconnecting to the Moral Sense
Married to arrogance, ignorance can kill.

US media giant considers bankruptcy
Too bad they didn't go bankrupt before they spread their poison lies to support the evil system that ate their ethics.

Chinese property hunters to raid US
Welcome to America's new landlord.

€125m of pork to be destroyed in biggest food scare since BSE
We poisoned the pigs; and now they are poisoning people - seems fair to me.

Man ordered to comply with EU rules when selling vegetable leftovers from his garden stall
Better throw away extra food;or the government will charge you.

Pakistani Security Consultant Calls Mumbai Attacks A “Botched” False Flag

Drone lands in ND in preparation for border patrol

Bush reported to be drinking heavily

General Ivashov: “International terrorism does not exist”
"...shows that terrorism contributes to a world dominance and the submissiveness of states to a global oligarchy. This means that terrorism is not something independent of world politics but simply an instrument, a means to install a unipolar world..." Good article exposing the terrorism hype and foreshadows the 'irregular war'.

Genocide in Educational Policy - For the future of Indigenous Peoples

Hopping robots display pack instinct
Stephen Hawking said this is how the human race would end; shades of the Matrix.

Tech commission suggests new cybersecurity post
Yep...O man is going to protect us from cyberspace.

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