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Reality Zone Unfiltered News 2010 October 9-15

US: Fed Reserve Chairman Bernanke says he wants to increase inflation! – to help the economy, of course. The Fed already has pumped $1.7 trillion into the money supply and plans to add between $100 billion and $500 billion more. Meanwhile, the value of the Dollar continues to fall.
Yahoo 2010 Oct 15 (Cached)

UN meeting next week may debate a prohibition against geo-engineering (alteration of the Earth’s atmosphere and water allegedly to prevent a global climate catastrophe). [Since geo-engineering will be administered by the UN, it will give that body a huge influx of funding and political power. They will not reject this. We expect them to say there is need for further research and that they hope such measures will never have to be implemented, while at the same time quietly developing the program as rapidly as possible, regardless of harm to ecosystems, crops, wild life, and human health. For an understanding of this fraud, see What in the World Are They Spraying, available here.]
Science Insider 2010 Oct 14
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US Troops are being trained to replace local government in the event of social collapse, which the government anticipates.
Prison Planet 2010 Oct 14 (Cached)

US is $1.2 billion in arrears to the UN. The US pays more than 25% of the general budget and military campaigns. [The US eventually will pay up, of course, because the UN is the facade for The New World Order, which the US government fully embraces. However, UN officials do not like having to wait for the money, which is the reason they are now putting in place numerous ways to directly tax the American people through bank fees and Internet transactions.]
Yahoo 2010 Oct 14 (Cached)

US: Chelation therapies, used to remove heavy metals from the body and to open plugged arteries, are under attack from the FDA, which claims they may be dangerous and, worst of all, being sold without a prescription. [Some of these therapies are well known for their effectiveness. The danger is minimal compared to not using them or using FDA-approved drugs sold under prescription for the same purpose. Here, again, we see the FDA serving its master, the pharmaceutical industry.]
Washington Post 2010 Oct 15 (Cached)

US: Over 288,000 homes have been foreclosed in the last quarter, the highest number so far. Next quarter will see even more foreclosures but many are expected to be delayed due to legal challenges in which banks may not be able to document their legal claim to the loan. Either way, the home-mortgage market continues to tank. So far this year, over 900,000, or 1 in every 139 homeowners, have received foreclosure warnings.
Yahoo 2010 Oct 14 (Cached)

After studying Egyptian mummies, which show no trace of cancer, scientists conclude that cancer is purely man-made due to pollution and inadequate diet. [We said that in the book, World without Cancer, published in 1974. It can be obtained here.]
Daily Mail 2010 Oct 14 (Cached)

Malaysia is considering introducing genetically modified mosquitoes to combat dengue fever. No one knows what long-range impact this may have on the food chain, the balance of nature, or unforeseen negative impact on humans. [The reason for this drastic move? In the last 10 months there have been 117 death from dengue, which is almost statistically invisible compared to the whole population. Something smells fishy about this.
Yahoo 2010 Oct 14 (Cached)

US: Department of Justice is conducting an investigation into dead animals in the Gulf, using scientists employed or contracted by the government, to determine whether the creatures died as a result of the oil spill. [Since the government already has shown a compulsion to protect BP, we expect the finding to be No.]
Yahoo 2010 Oct 14 (Cached)

UK: The BBC announces new policy to give global-warming skeptics equal coverage. This is the result of backlash from the public and an attempt by BBC to reclaim credibility. [It is one thing to announce a policy but another to implement it. We shall see.]
Telegraph 2010 Oct 13 (Cached)

US: Government proposes new rules to limit the derivative market that commonly is blamed for the current economic meltdown. [Commentators are ignoring the fact that the government failed to properly regulate this market using the rules it already has, so there is little basis to believe that this is nothing more than political posturing to please the voters. It will not change the cozy relationship between banks and regulators that still exists.]
Yahoo 2010 Oct 13 (Cached)

Toxic BPA is present in virtually all canned foods and beverages – and the levels are even higher than in plastic bottles. BPA has been linked to an increase in the risk of cancer, diabetes, and heart disease.
Natural News 2010 Oct 13 (Cached)

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US: Natural gas is cheap and plentiful, pushing all other energy sources to the sidelines. [Low price is good, but natural gas commonly involves pumping toxic chemicals into the ground that get into the water supply, with harmful effects on human health. Environmental protection agencies remain silent on this issue, which suggests they have been bought off by the natural-gas industry.]
Yahoo 2010 Oct 13 (Cached)

Afghanistan: More than half the fields surrounding the main Australian military base are growing opium. Insurgents and government forces are both involved in the profitable trade.
The Age 2010 Oct 12 (Cached)

California sells 24 government buildings for $2.3 billion and will rent the property back at a cost of $5.2 billion over 20 years. [Obviously an act of desperation to cover current budget deficits, this trades cash now for even more debt in the future. No one is calling for a reduction in the size of government, just postponing the date of reckoning.]
CNBC 2010 Oct 12 (Cached)

US: Cities face a deficit in their pension funds of half-a-trillion dollars. State pension funds are $3 trillion in the hole. All eyes now are on Washington for federal bailouts. The cost of these will be passed to consumers in the form of even greater inflation. [Politicians at all levels are dealing death blows to the American economy.]
CNBC 2010 Oct 12 (Cached)


WORLD PREMIERE

What in the World Are They Spraying!

Documentary on chemtrails aka Geoengineering

Saturday, Oct. 23, Atlanta, Georgia

Producers G. Edward Griffin, Mike Murphy, and Paul Wittenberger will be present. Limited seating.

(Information and reservations here)


New Hampshire: Government agents take baby from her mother hours after birth with allegations of abuse or neglect. The court order cites the father as a member of OathKeepers, an organization of military and police who have pledged not to follow orders if doing so would violate the Constitution. [The government described Oath Keepers as a militia, which it is not. Many believe this is an attempt to intimidate others from taking the pledge.]
WND 2010 Oct 11 (Cached)

Study finds that children who spend more than 2 hours a day in front of a TV or computer screen are more likely to suffer psychological problems, no matter how physically active they are.
Eureka Alert 2010 Oct 11 (Cached)

Two school districts in Texas are the first to embed RFID chips into student ID tags to allow administrators to monitor students at all times.
Houston Chronicle 2010 Oct 11 (Cached)

US: Home foreclosures increasingly are being challenged because of technical problems with documentation. Many mortgages have been bundled into derivative investments that are so complicated banks cannot prove they own them. That may allow mortgage holders to keep their homes, but they cannot claim clear title of ownership. Most of them don’t care as long as they are not evicted.
Economic Collapse 2010 Oct 11 (Cached)

New technology allows authorities to scan people’s ears as an ID method for clearance at airports.
Telegraph 2010 Oct 10 (Cached)

Google creates a robotic car that does not need humans to drive it.
NY Times 2010 Oct 9 (Cached)

Ron Paul speaks at Tea Party about liquidating government debt by printing money, which he describes as criminal. He says the Chairman of the Federal Reserve is more powerful than the President because he creates money and determines interest rates. He advocates getting rid of the IRS and the income tax in addition to cutting government back to its Constitutional size and using the 10th Amendment to nullify bad federal laws. [Ear candy!]
YouTube 2010 Oct 11

US: College student finds a tracking device attached to his car, and the FBI demands its return after the student posted pictures of the device on the Internet. Currently, it is legal for the FBI to track people without a warrant.
Wired Posted 2010 Oct 9 (Cached)

US: ObamaCare levies a 3.8% tax on investment income, including gains on the sale of homes. At this time, it applies only to income that exceeds a capital-gains threshold, so only high-income taxpayers are affected. [Before breathing a sigh of relief, recall that the national income tax was sold in 1913 as a tax on the rich but later was applied to everyone, while the super-rich were given loopholes to escape it. Expect the same pattern here.]
EREB Posted 2010 Oct 9 (Cached)

Prominent scientist at the University of California resigns from the American Physical Society because of the global warming myth, which he describes as “a fraud on a scale of which I have never seen, and I lack the words to describe its enormity.”
WattsUpWithThat Posted 2010 Oct 9 (Cached)

Bee die-off, or Colony Collapse Disorder made headlines last week when University of Montana and Army researchers attributed the phenomenon to a fungus and a virus instead of pesticides, as suggested by previous research. The plot thickened when it was learned that the lead researcher received a grant from Bayer pharmaceutical, a pesticide manufacturer.
NY Mag Posted 2010 Oct 9 (Cached)

The myth of global warming and the bugaboo of “climate change” is being used to sell the concept of genetically modified seeds that will be drought resistant and heat tolerant. [It’s part of a sophisticated and well funded program to justify GMO crops that will make farmers dependent on patented seeds.]
Telegraph Posted 2010 Oct 9 (Cached)

US: Democrats are accused of planting a counterfeit Tea Party candidate in New Jersey Congressional race, and the evidence is convincing. [Keep your eyes open for candidates from either major party who claim to support the Constitution but who vote the opposite.]
Yahoo Posted 2010 Oct 9 (Cached)

US: Southern Poverty Law Center is a political group that demonizes those who praise the Constitution, oppose world government, or are concerned about illegal immigration. It now is officially part of the Department of Homeland Security Advisory Council.
OathKeepers Posted 2010 Oct 9 (Cached)

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US: “The government’s Economic Recovery Program Has Been A Huge Success!” That’s the title of an excellent presentation by Bob Higgs at the Mises Institute. It’s not what you may think and, frankly, you will have no choice but to agree. Well worth watching.
YouTube 2010 Oct 12

This inspiring article compares being in the Liberty movement with the character played by Gary Cooper’s in “High Noon”. The parallels to today are powerful.
NeitherCorp.us 2010 Oct 6 (Cached)

Tom Woods’ book Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century is analyzed. An audio interview with the author is included.
Pelican Institute Posted 2010 Oct 2 (Cached)

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