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Scrambling For Africa’s Resources

It's more than about oil, stupid. It's for vast African riches. Resource/mineral wars define America's agenda. On December 15, 2006, the United States Africa Command (AFRICOM) was authorized. On February 6, 2007, it was announced. On October 1, 2007, it was established. On October 1, 2008, it became operational. It's mission is controlling Africa's riches. They're vast. They're some of the world's largest a ...

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OWS Activists Called Domestic Terrorists

US history is littered with repressive laws. Constitutional protections and civil liberties have been targeted. The 1798 Alien and Sedition Acts restricted First Amendment freedoms. So did the 1917 Espionage Act, 1919 anti-communist Palmer raids, 1934 Special Committee on Un-American Activities, its House Un-American Activities Committee (HUAC) successor, FBI COINTELPRO crackdowns, 1996 Anti-Terrorism and E ...

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Google Starts Watching You OFFLINE Too

The most powerful company on the Internet just got a whole lot creepier: a new service from Google merges offline consumer info with online intelligence, allowing advertisers to target users based on what they do at the keyboard and at the mall. Without much fanfare, Google announced news this week of a new advertising project, Conversions API, that will let businesses build all-encompassing user profiles b ...

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CIA Says ZERO DARK THIRTY Film “Not Realistic Portrayal”

The Central Intelligence Agency has issued a statement about Kathryn Bigelow’s film “Zero Dark Thirty.” This must be a first. I can’t remember a time the austere CIA said anything about a Hollywood film. But they are not happy. Of course this will probably create more interest in Bigelow’s film about the hunt for and killing of Osama Bin Laden. 
 Acting Director Michael Morell’s statement follows. He also c ...

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NYPD Announce Dubious Precrime Plan to Find Mass Shooters on the Internet

New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly has unveiled a precrime plan to find mass shooters before they strike. “The techniques would include cyber-searches of language that mass-casualty shooters have used in e-mails and Internet postings,” Kelly said in a statement, according to the New York Times. “The goal would be to identify the shooter in cyberspace, engage him there and intervene, possibly using an un ...

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DARPA Completes Giant Robotic ‘AlphaDog”

US military bosses today showed off the latest tricks they have taught a giant robotic dog. Officially named LS3 but dubbed AlphaDog, the four-legged, autonomous robot can follow a soldier, and is designed to carry heavy equipment. 
 Researcher have given it a dramatic update, allowing it to listen to its owner and follow voice commands - as well as the ability to roll over. The mechanical mutt is shown wal ...

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FISA Spy Bill Could Be Renewed Without Discussion

A Republican lawmaker is urging his colleagues in the Senate to approve without debate a bill that reaffirms the government’s power to place warrantless wiretaps on US citizens. Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-Georgia) asked his fellow lawmakers on Capitol Hill this week to quickly reauthorize the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) before the end of the year. Should Congress fail to renew FISA by December ...

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CIA Docs Reveal Evidence of ADAM LANZA BEING UNDER MIND CONTROL

  The tragic Newtown school shooting and many other heartbreaking mass shootings in recent years have spread fear and panic among parents and the general public. Yet some are questioning if there isn't more than meets the eye to these cruel and bizarre shootings. Is it conceivable that there might be a deeper agenda here? This essay presents undeniable evidence that secret government mind control progr ...

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European Court of Human Rights Finally Uses the Word ‘Torture’ to Describe CIA Treatment

  While Kathryn Bigelow's new movie Zero Dark Thirty is generating controversy for its depiction of waterboarding and other so-called "harsh tactics," a European Court has become the first to rule in favor of a detainee in the war on terror who they specifically state was tortured by the CIA. American courts have continued to throw out lawsuits brought against the U.S. government, and noted architects ...

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Comedian Donates ÂŁ50,000 For Gitmo Inmate To Sue M16

  He’s the television comedian best known for controversial jokes about swimmer Rebecca Adlington, The Queen and Down’s syndrome sufferers. But Frankie Boyle is now using his fame, and wealth, for more serious ends, by donating tens of thousands of pounds of his money to help Britain’s last inmate at Guantanamo Bay to sue the MI6. Yesterday the Glaswegian comic announced the ÂŁ50,000 compensation he won ...

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