While the international boycott against apartheid South Africa is credited with leading to the regime’s downfall, here it is considered irrelevant and unworthy of comparison. Most people here are appalled at the notion that anybody beyond Israel’s borders would think to boycott their country, products or universities. Boycotts, after all, […]

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During the Bubble when it seemed like everyone was going to get rich, people tend to let a lot of things slide. During a serious economic downturn, like the one we’re at the beginning of, people tend to wake up in large numbers. For example, it’s unlikely this video would […]

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Clearing out the high power analog tv emissions will improve signal to noise ratio for RFID emitting in the 700MHz band, and potentially allow passive satellite tracking of these RFID signals. I’m thinking about getting a stainless steel wallet to protect against having any “enhanced” RFID cards tracked or skimmed […]

Jon Eisen, the editor of Uncensored magazine, which frequently publishes information related to chemtrailing,  is asking for suggestions on how we can get New Zealand authorities to acknowledge that it is taking place. Eisen, who resides in Auckland where chemtrailing took place last week,  believes it is clearly being done for […]

Democracy Now speaks with TransAfrica founder Randall Robinson, author of An Unbroken Agony: Haiti, from Revolution to the Kidnapping of a President. On President Obama tapping former President Bill Clinton and former President George W Bush to co-chair US relief efforts in Haiti, Robinson says, “Bush was responsible for destroying […]

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New cyber-monitoring measures have been quietly introduced giving police and Security Intelligence Service officers the power to monitor all aspects of someone’s online life. The measures are the largest expansion of police and SIS surveillance capabilities for decades, and mean that all mobile calls and texts, email, internet surfing and […]

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  The Millenial Perspective Student kicked out of school, undergoes psych evaluation for drawing Jesus on cross Date:  12/15/2009 11:01:25 AM Elijah Friedeman, the Millennial Perspective This is outrageous. When told by his teacher to draw something that reminded him of Christmas, this kid drew a picture of Jesus on the cross. […]

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