Timeline of Gaza Marine Zone, Fishermen and Natural Gas Deposits. An Update

There is an historical connection between the Gazan community and the off shore fishery. In recent times some 3000 fishermen in over 700 boats made their livelihood in the waters off the shores of Gaza. Before 1978 when the fishing area included the sea off the Sinai coastline the area covered some 75,000 square kilometers. […]

Barry Jennings: An update

For those of you who found this site because of 911 the name Barry Jennings will not hold any mystery but for those of you who are reading this blog for reasons other than 911 here is some back ground first. Barry Jennings was a City Housing Authority worker who together with Michael Hess, New […]

The Tower of Basel: Secretive Plans for the Issuing of a Global Currency

In an April 7 article in The London Telegraph titled “The G20 Moves the World a Step Closer to a Global Currency,” Ambrose Evans-Pritchard wrote: “A single clause in Point 19 of the communiqué issued by the G20 leaders amounts to revolution in the global financial order. “‘We have agreed to support a general SDR […]

UN torture investigator: Obama has broken International law

UN official suggests US courts can still try accused torturers The United Nation’s top torture investigator has suggested it is illegal under International law for President Barack Obama to announce that the United States government has no intention of prosecuting low-level CIA officers who carried out torture sanctioned by the Bush Administration. President Barack Obama’s […]

George Galloway: New doubts about official 9/11 conspiracy theory

George Galloway who has steered clear and even aggressively denounced alternative 911 theories for years has finally had to admit that especially the collapse into a pyroclastic flow in freefall speed of WTC 7 doesn’t make sense if held against the laws of physics. While I understand that George Galloway has a lot to loose […]

False flag alert? Pakistani warlord threatens to launch attack on Washington

LAHORE, Pakistan — Pakistani warlord Baitullah Mehsud threatened to attack Washington and the White House, as he claimed responsibility on Tuesday for this week’s assault on the police training academy in Lahore. Mehsud leads the biggest faction of the Pakistani Taliban, an Islamic militia, operating in the lawless South Waziristan tribal region that borders Afghanistan. […]

IMF warns recession will be ‘unusually long-lasting’

More than half of the world’s countries have been plunged into recession by the credit crunch, a higher proportion than at any time since 1960, according to the International Monetary Fund, which warns today that the downturn is likely to be “unusually severe and long-lasting”, and will starve developing countries of resources. As the world’s […]

Briefing: Who are the Taliban?

Kabul, Afghanistan – As the Obama administration ramps up focus on Afghanistan and Pakistan, insurgents from both countries have teamed up to confront the rising US troop presence. While the insurgents often get labeled as the “Taliban,” in reality there are several groups fighting the Afghan government and Western forces, and they often act independently […]

U.S. shipped 989 munitions containers to Israel week before Gaza invasion

In the dying days of the Bush administration, and a week before Israel launched an aerial bombing campaign, followed by a land invasion of the Gaza Strip, the U.S. military shipped 989 containers of munitions to Israel. Each container was 20-feet long with a total estimated net weight of 14,000 tonnes. The shipment reportedly reached […]

Susan Boyle

I hardly ever watch TV and I never ever watch all these talent shows filled with desperate wannabes humiliating themselves for the likes of Simon Cowell and his ilk only to be mowed down to the ground with their cynical and callous remarks, the debris brushed aside by cheerful sidekicks as the masters of the […]

G20 victim ‘died from haemorrhage’

The police officer suspended following the death of Ian Tomlinson during G20 protests has been questioned on suspicion of manslaughter, the Independent Police Complaints Commission said today. Related articles He was questioned after a second post-mortem examination found Mr Tomlinson died from an “abdominal haemorrhage” and not a heart attack. A spokesman for the Independent […]

No deal on last day at scour

Another one bites the dust. The doors closed and the keys to Invercargill’s Clifton Wool Scour were handed over yesterday, with workers claiming their former employer handled the closure poorly. At 4pm yesterday, the Godfrey Hirst-owned wool scour became the property of Cavalier Carpets and its 40 staff were made redundant. Meat Workers Union regional […]

The beginning of the end? Texas could bid for independence, says Governor as fury over Obama’s spending rises

Oh, Yuk, yuk, triple yuk. What a horrible horrible little man, but what he says is not what I’m posting it for. Texas could secede from the USA, that’s the big news. Could this be the beginning of the end for the biggest empire this planet has ever seen? ‘We ARE racists – we are […]

Man Detained As Terror Suspect For Photographing Police Car

Chairman of park society wanted to document police misconduct, but was told he had breached Section 44 of the Terrorism Act Paul Joseph Watson Prison Planet.com Thursday, April 16, 2009 Despite police claiming that an ambiguous section of the UK Counter Terrorism Act of 2008 would not outlaw taking photographs or film of police, a […]

Spanish AG: No torture probe of ‘Bush 6’

I always thought it would be a non-starter but it still bites. I wonder who got to them. Spanish prosecutors will recommend against opening an investigation into whether Bush administration officials sanctioned torture against terror suspects, that country’s attorney general said Thursday. Attorney General Candido Conde-Pumpido told reporters that the case was without merit because […]

China’s Economy Grows 6.1%, Slowest Pace in Almost a Decade

Raising productivity has been identified in an OECD report on New Zealand as the country’s greatest medium term challenge. The report, released today, provides analysis of New Zealand’s economic situation, identifies perceived failings and offers a raft of measures on to how to improve them. It noted New Zealand’s economy was now among the most […]

Women protesting at ‘pro-rape’ law attacked by Afghan men

While the New Zealand MSM still euphemistically calls our involvement with the genocide in Afghanistan a reconstruction mission laws are being passed that effectively force women to accept rape within marriage and for their husbands to keep them imprisoned in their homes and when they protest the medieval and intolerable laws, the very laws New […]

US: Biggest drop in industrial output since VE Day (1945-46)

WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) – The output of the nation’s factories, mines and utilities fell 1.5% in March despite higher production of motor vehicles and boost from utilities, the Federal Reserve reported Wednesday. Industrial production is down 13.3% since the recession began in December 2007, the largest percentage decline since the end of World War II. Output […]

Foreclosures Soar in March, Up 44 Percent Over February’s High

Lenders End Moratoria, Opening Flood of Foreclosures; Re-Defaults and Job Losses Also Take Their Toll SACRAMENTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Completed foreclosures hit another monthly record in March as 175,199 homes were lost to foreclosure, up 44 percent from February’s record high, according to the latest U.S. Foreclosure Index released today by ForeclosureS.com, a leading real estate information […]

John R. MacArthur: Wall Street sharks circle the UAW

BARACK OBAMA’S commitment to helping labor has always been suspect, but handing over the American car business to the investment banker Steven Rattner might well turn the president into the last great union buster. To be sure, we’re already long past the point where industrial unions have any real clout in our so-called service economy […]