Monday, August 13, 2007

Facebook - the CIA conspiracy

Facebook has 20 million users worldwide, is worth billions of dollars and, if internet sources are to be believed, was started by the CIA.

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The Cheney Affair

Now that mainstream media bias is an established fact and recognized as such by the mainstream reading and viewing public, the revelation of Vice President Dick Cheney's total unilateral control over all levels and branches of American government has not only raised eyebrows and concerns of dictatorship, but for those politically astute, begs the question as to why theWashington Post would be the journalistic vehicle to publish the four-part June 24 through June 27 series exposing this reality.

Read this or George W. Bush will be President the Rest of your Life

On several occasions I've been presented with the argument that contrary to widespread opinion in the anti-war movement and on the left, oil was not really a factor in the the United States invasion and occupation of Iraq. The argument's key, perhaps sole, point is that the oil companies did not push for the war.

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Bu$h Co Genocide In The Middle East: Three Million and Counting

Deaths directly and indirectly attributable to the U.S. invasion and occupation of Iraq have neared one million people, a body count higher than the genocides in Rwanda and Sudan combined, according to a new report released by Just Foreign Policy.

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Premiers can't agree on cap-and-trade emissions system

Canada's premiers said Friday they made progress on environmental issues at their annual meeting, but failed to reach agreement on a system of caps and trading for greenhouse gas emissions.

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"Democratic Imperialism": Tibet, China, and the National Endowment for Democracy

People familiar with Asian history will be aware that during Tibet’s popular uprising against their Chinese occupiers in 1959, his Holiness Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama (then aged 23), escaped from his homeland of Tibet to live in exile in India.

At World Bank, Climate Change Isn't Part of The Equation

Under pressure by the United States, the World Bank does not consider Global Warming in handing out its aid.

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