The ol' Dick is back and it doesn't look like this guy is going to go away anytime soon. He an Hannity live in another fuckin universe and they are the Georbels and Goerbels of the New World Order and these guys certainly don't write their own marching orders. It does Â seem to me now that this last contest was such a miss match that it must have been a fix. Scripted beautifully, like a wonderful storybook about the prince who slays the dragon.
Holy Crap. You can''t beat reality for strangeness,Â trumping any fiction. Unbelievable Chinese. No one nation could ever be said to be the most arrogant over any other. China does come close. Really this is no different than other policy by this country or others. US secret drug trials on individuals and the public at large. The Chinese Â government is just a little more direct about it.
Olberman isn't afraid to ask some important questions. He ddoes a review of the post 911 events and starts poking holes in the thin veneer of the conspiracy. I like Olberman and this is him at his best.Â
Scientist and researcher, Rosie Bertell continues to provide damning evidence concerning the military, goverment, scientists, giant corporations (the Illuminati) involvement in the world-wide sinister "Black Project" known as Chemtails. International collusion, aerial pharmacopoeia are explored and all point to the New World (dis)Order.
It is interesting how that this gets played by the president. Listen to the commentator and the insight into the serious question of the War on Drugs and the damage Â to our country prohibition has caused.
March 23, 2009 According to the great-grandson of John D. Rockefeller, nephew of banker David Rockefeller, and former Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Jay Rockefeller the internet represents a serious threat to national security. Rockefeller is not alone in this assessment. His belief that the internet is the number one national hazard to national security is shared by the former Director of National Intelligence Mike McConnell and Obamas current director Admiral Dennis C. Blair.
It really almost makes you ask the question would it have been better if we had never invented the internet, Rockefeller mused during the confirmation hearing of Gary Locke (see video), Obamas choice for Commerce Secretary. He then cites a dubious figure of three million cyber attacks launched against the Department of Defense every day. Everybody is attacked, anybody can do it. People say, well its China and Russia, but there could be some kid in Latvia doing the same thing.
Jay Rockefellers comments reveal an astounding degree of ignorance or if not ignorance, outright propaganda. Since the September 11, 2001, attacks the government has cranked up the fear quotient in regard to cyber attacks and so-called cyber terrorism, a virtually non-existent threat except in the minds security experts and politicians. In the years since the attacks, not one real instance of real cyberterrorism has been recorded.