Wednesday, June 30, 2010

A few things that happened in June, 2010...

Bilderberg 2010

Now with its own website:

AFP: Global cabal pushes agenda before meeting in Sitges, Spain


As more darkness descends...

Glenn Greenwald: The U.S. wins the right to abduct innocent people with impunity

In practice...

PrisonPlanet: G20 Protesters Being Abducted, Bundled Into Unmarked Vans In Toronto


The mostly unreported war in Yemen...

Amnesty International: Images of missile and cluster munitions point to US role in fatal attack in Yemen


India vying to rule the heavens...

Cryptome: Space Weapons Should Be Part of Upcoming US-India Strategic Dialogue


A story that ran last year, but perhaps shedding some light on events this year...

Politico: Pentagon preps for economic warfare

For instance:

LaRouchePAC: BP Actions In Gulf Are An Act of War Against the United States

But the Gulf geyser isn't just another oil spill...

AP: Gulf oil full of methane, adding new concerns


While 'operation top kill' failed miserably on the well head in the Gulf, there is another top kill effort underway in Washington...

Lame Cherry: Oh that Joe Sestak


The most incomprehensible case of election fraud yet...

BradBlog: SC Dem Party Exec Board Upholds Nomination of Alvin Greene for U.S. Senate


There is something... shall we say, scripted about the WikiLeaks saga:

New Yorker: No Secrets - Julian Assange’s mission for total transparency

Raw Story: Daniel Ellsberg fears a US hit on Wikileaks founder Julian Assange

Cryptome paints a less than rosy picture of Assange...

Assange is preparing to do a Fischer

But then there's this...

Independent: Iceland rewrites law to create haven for investigative reporting


The wild west days of the Internet are numbered...

Washington Times: FTC floats Drudge tax

Here is the FTC discussion draft on how to re-corral journalism


And if that doesn't work, just kill it:

TechWorld: Obama 'Internet kill switch' plan approved by US Senate panel


File under culture wars:

MTV: Will Lady Gaga's Upcoming Tour Include Human Corpses? It Might ...

Nihilism from the 'paper of record'...

NYT: Should This Be The Last Generation?

A kinder, gentler (generationally delayed) genocide...

Huffington Post: Genetically Modified Soy Linked to Sterility, Infant Mortality in Hamsters

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