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Update: Navy Ships Located in Devonport Left Early Yesterday. Maybe To Anadarko Ground Zero!

Update 2: Rumor has it that NAvy ships stationed long term in Devonport left early yesterday! Update: Rumor has it that the Navy is on its way to Anadarko’s ground zero. If this is true and the Navy is used against it’s own people I hope you will agree with me that the government is […]

It Must Be The 1th Of November: Syria Rocked By Explosions!

Why must it be the 1st of November? That was the target date for the destruction of Syria’s chemical weapons and the date Israel was going to attack Syria knowing that one of the most dangerous deterrents against such an attack would be removed. ————————————————————————— The last time major explosions were reported near Damascus, it […]

Would you like some oil and corexit with your fish, sir?

Two years after the BP, Halliburton, Goldman Sachs oil disaster in the Golf of Mexico horrible things are turning up in the fishermen’s nets. Eyeless shrimp, soft shell crabs and fish with oil and Corexit in their tissue. Not only that but fisheries are collapsing life is ebbing and dolphins are dying yet our government […]

On the privatisation of Water, Fracking and why it’s a really bad idea.

With the privatisation of water on the cards for New Zealand to the point of actually having meters on the tanks you installed yourself on your little off the grid survival patch here are some ideas and links you might like to explore. In England the South is experiencing the worst draughts in recent history […]

The real reason for Greeces bankrupcy: The New Mediterranean Oil and Gas Bonanza?

The discovery in late 2010 of the huge natural gas bonanza off Israel’s Mediterranean shores triggered other neighbouring countries to look more closely at their own waters. The results revealed that the entire eastern Mediterranean is swimming in huge untapped oil and gas reserves. That discovery is having enormous political, geopolitical as well as economic […]

Libya asks Nato to stay until end of year while Hillary Clinton visits Libya again and yes, the wars in the middle east were all about the oil!

In a very convenient move the new Libyan regime has requested the NATO to remain in Libya until at least the end of the year as Hillary visited Libya again to offer $ 11 million more aid on top of the $120 million or so already spend. While to many here in New Zealand the […]

Washington is Playing a Deeper Game with China

After the tragic events of July 5 in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in China, it would be useful to look more closely into the actual role of the US Government’s ”independent“ NGO, the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). All indications are that the US Government, once more acting through its “private” Non-Governmental Organization, the NED, […]

OPEC: Get set for oil shock and awe

OPEC president Chakib Khelil says oil markets should prepare for a “surprise” output cut after the organization’s Algeria meeting. “A consensus has formed for a significant reduction of production levels” by the 14-member Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, Khelil told AP on Saturday. The OPEC head’s warning comes as markets have already been expecting an […]

The Eurasian Corridor: Pipeline Geopolitics and the New Cold War

by Michel Chossudovsky There is evidence that the Georgian attack on South Ossetia on August 7 was carefully planned. High level consultations were held with US and NATO officials in the months preceding the attacks. The attacks on South Ossetia were carried out one week after the completion of extensive US – Georgia war games […]

The Puppet Masters Behind Georgia President Saakashvili

By F. William Engdahl 8-12-8 The controversy over the Georgian surprise military attacks on South Ossetia and Abkhazia on 8.8.08 makes a closer look at the controversial Georgian President and his puppet masters important. An examination shows 41 year old Mikhail Saakashvili to be a ruthless and corrupt totalitarian who is tied to not only […]

Neocon “Scholars” Target Iran’s Oil Infrastructure

The L.A. Times’ Babylon & Beyond blog reports on “a serious recommendation made by two neoconservatives in case sanctions fail to persuade Iran to abandon its enrichment of uranium, a process that can be used to make nuclear weapons or fuel for peaceful energy production.” Patrick Clawson and Michael Eisenstadt, described as two “scholars” working […]