Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Conspiracy News roundup

Hey, if you're protesting in Peru and (the undercover police provocateurs decide to) start a riot, you'll face these dudes :p

Too much crazy stuff coming out, here's a freaking summary:

A move toward adding fluoride to tap water in millions more homes is expected to be announced by the English Government.
They say it's better for your teeth, after all, toothpaste has fluoride! How many of you swallow your toothpaste?
Follow-up article

New NATO intelligence chief was trained by KGB
The new chief of the Hungarian secret services, who spent six years at the KGB's academy in Moscow during the 1980s, has become chairman of NATO's intelligence committee, a development that diplomats said could compromise the security of the alliance.

Biometric Data Collected at Heathrow
Heathrow Airport introduced a new security system for some of its passengers Friday, requiring them to undergo iris scans and be fingerprinted before boarding their flights.

When Osama Bin Ladin Was Tim Osman by J. Orlin Grabbe
...The other man, dressed in Docker's clothing, was not a native Afghan any more than Olberg was. He was a 28-year-old Saudi. Tim Osman (Ossman) has recently become better known as Osama Bin Ladin. "Tim Osman" was the name assigned to him by the CIA for his tour of the U.S. and U.S. military bases, in search of political support and armaments...

Double article by Michael Roston
Intelligence czar hypes terror threats on Super Tuesday
As voters flock to the polls in twenty-four states this Super Tuesday, the Director of National Intelligence and outside groups issued stark warnings about the dangers faced by America and the international community from terrorists. "Al-Qaeda is improving the last key aspect of its ability to attack the US- the identification, training, and positioning of operatives for an attack in the Homeland," warned the US intelligence community in an annual threat assessment.
CIA director publicly confirms waterboarding
At the same hearing, CIA Director Michael Hayden publicly confirmed for the first time the names of three suspected al-Qaida terrorists who were subjected to a particularly harsh interrogation technique known as waterboarding, and why.
"We used it against these three detainees because of the circumstances at the time," Hayden said. "There was the belief that additional catastrophic attacks against the homeland were inevitable. And we had limited knowledge about al-Qaida and its workings. Those two realities have changed."

Every breath you take, every move you make, a camera will be watching you
Walk down any high street in Britain today and you will instantly be under surveillance. All around you, lampposts and shopfronts bristle with CCTV cameras, many of them privately operated and unregulated.

Vaccine Companies Investigated for Manslaughter
French authorities have opened a formal investigation into two managers from drugs groups GlaxoSmithKline and Sanofi Pasteur. Judge Marie-Odile Bertella-Geffroy also opened an investigation for manslaughter against Sanofi Pasteur MSD, a joint venture between Sanofi Aventis and Merck.

Half of gold in central banks gone?
U.S. central banks may have less than half the gold they claim to possess in their vaults, charges a watchdog group in an ad scheduled for publication in the Wall Street Journal this week.

Clinton Skeletons:
Dead people connected to the Clintons
The Clintons, were not only corrupt, they were the cause of corruption in others
Clinton Chronicles documentary on murdering and trafficking cocaine

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