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G. Edward Griffin’s RealityZone.com
2012 MARCH 31 – APRIL 6
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Vermont faces a threat of law suit by Monsanto if legislators pass a law requiring products containing GMOs to be labeled as such. [Meanwhile, California activists are pursuing the same law in a 'citizens initiative' that will bypass the legislature and allow voters to decide.] RawStory 2012 Apr 6 (Cached)
US: Ron Paul draws record shattering crowds in California town-hall meetings that prove the popularity of his liberty platform. The mainstream media continues to minimalize coverage of this phenomenon. [As we went to press, this story was "not available" on the Internet. Fortunately, we have a cashed version, below.] CNN posted 2012 Apr 6 (Cached)
US soldiers are indicted for drug smuggling and murder-for-hire. InfoWars 2012 Apr 5 (Cached)
New Orleans: Five police officers who opened fire on unarmed civilians in the aftermath of Katrina, resulting in 2 deaths, are sentenced to long jail terms. MSNBC 2012 Apr 4 (Cached)
JP Morgan illegally allowed Lehman Brothers to count customer funds as their own to make the bank’s assets appear larger than they were.Washington Post 2012 Apr 4 (Cached)
Scientists at Texas A&M University have created genetically engineered goats that produce malaria vaccine directly in their milk. The industry goal is to produce more vaccines and pharmaceutical drugs in animal milk. NaturalNews 2012 Apr 4 (Cached)
US: The Supreme Court rules that it’s OK for government witnesses to lie in testimony before grand juries. Furthermore, those who are falsely convicted of crimes they did not commit are barred from suing those who lied in testimony against them.[Let's be clear on this. Government witnesses now have immunity from prosecution for framing innocent citizens.] ActivistPost 2012 Apr 3 (Cached)
Chile may become the first country to ban the use of mercury in vaccines. SacBee 2012 Apr 3 (Cached)
Arizona is set to pass a bill making it illegal (punishable by up to 25 years in prison) to use offensive or annoying speech on the Internet. [Since politicians consider any negative comment about them to be offensive or annoying, and since those same politicians will set the rules for interpreting the law, this will put an end to political commentary on the Internet – which is its real purpose.] InfoWars 2012 Apr 3 (Cached)
NBC altered the 911 emergency call from George Zimmerman, who shot black teen Trayvon Martin, making it sound like he was making a racist statement. Read the transcript of the unedited conversation and realize that this was a deliberate effort by reporters to distort the truth. [Through the removal of just a few words, this dramatically illustrates the power of the media to engineer public opinion.]
Fox News 2012 Apr 2 (Cached)
US: World’s largest solar plant files for bankruptcy after receiving a $2.1 billion loan from the Dept. of Energy. [This is one more failure in a long line of alternative energy projects that we were told would produce clean energy, create jobs, and stimulate the economy. Instead, all it has done is transfer billions of dollars from taxpayers into the pockets of bankers and politically connected corporate executives. Planned economies never work.] ZeroHedge 2012 Apr 2 (Cached)
US: FDA decides not to ban BPA in plastics in spite of clear evidence that it is linked to many diseases, such as cancer and diabetes. [Meanwhile, the chemical industry that produces BPA receives $8 billion annually from its sale. Do you suppose that some of that money has been used to influence the FDA's decision? So do we.] NaturalSociety 2012 Apr 2 (Cached)
UK: Obese pregnant women are medicating their babies in the womb with diabetes drugs supposedly to prevent their babies from becoming obese. [Get it? The assumption is that obesity is caused by a drug deficiency. Get those kids on drugs even before they are born. The pharmaceutical industry may not cure many diseases but it sure knows how to market their products!] DailyMail 2012 Apr 1 (Cached)
Rain on the Southern California coast, due to Japan’s nuclear disaster, registers more than 4 times normal radiation level. By California Highway Patrol standards, that qualifies as a hazardous-material level. [Mainstream media will not report this.]
YouTube 2012 Mar 31
US: Congressman Jeff Sessions explains that Obamacare will create $17 TRILLION in unfunded obligations. [That means it's not part of the budget and there is no plan to raise the money from taxes. That, in turn, means it will be paid through inflation.]
Right Scoop 2012 Mar 31
Indiana passes a bill allowing citizens to use deadly force against police if they believe the police entered their home illegally.
Grumpy Opinions Posted 2012 Mar 31 (Cached)
Afghanistan: US soldier accused of massacring 17 people was not alone according to survivors. They say there was a group of as many as 20 soldiers involved, and they had helicopter support. [If this is true, it was an officially sanctioned mission in spite of Pentagon denial.] DailyMail Posted 2012 Mar 31 (Cached)
US stops food aid to North Korea, because they refused to cancel a rocket launch that they say is for a satellite. [Food shortages are extensive, and there are reports of cannibalism in some regions.]
GRTV Posted 2012 Mar 31
North America, and especially California, were slammed with radiation from the Fukushima disaster, but the US government downplays the danger by issuing safety data based on manipulated science. [Japan is burning radioactive waste to get rid of it into the atmosphere as ash, so radiation exposure to North America continues.]
ZeroHedge Posted 2012 Mar 31 (Cached)
US: This is a real Pentagon briefing in 2005 proposing the use of viruses to deliver a vaccine to whole populations, without their knowledge, that will migrate to people’s brains and disable that portion associated with religious convictions – supposedly to combat Islamic extremism. [While only a proposal at this time, it is a look behind the closed doors of government to see what kinds of things they are considering.] YouTube Posted 2012 Mar 31
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Rebel mercenary forces in Syria will be paid millions by US and Western forces there. This is what is fueling civil war in that country. RT 2012 Apr 3 (Cached)
Neotame sweetener, based on the formula for aspartame, is 13,000 times sweeter than sugar, but the long-term effect on health is not known. It may not legally be used in foods labeled as organic.[Neotame frequently is used in cattle feed to increase consumption and fatten them up, so it is not a diet aid, although it is marketed as such.] Mercola Poster 2012 Mar 31 (Cached)
US: Do you know what a ‘milker bill” is? It is a proposed bill that Congress doesn’t really intend to pass but which will frighten corporations into making campaign donations as insurance that it will be defeated. [It is a political extortion racket, and it goes on all the time. Learn how it works here.]
PPJ Posted 2012 Mar 31 (Cached)