U.S. to Issue Terrorism Alert for Travel to Europe

Heads up! As election season approaches, the false flags are coming fast and furious! U.S. to Issue Terrorism Alert for Travel to Europe 03 Oct 2010 The State Department plans to issue an alert on Sunday urging Americans traveling to Europe to be vigilant about possible terrorist attacks, an American official said Saturday. The decision to caution travelers comes as counterterrorism officials in Europe and the United States are assessing intelligence about possible plots originating in Pakistan and North Africa aimed at Britain, France and Germany.

Concern That Terror Teams Have Selected Targets, Ready to Strike

Concern That Terror Teams Have Selected Targets, Ready to Strike --U.S. Weighs Travel Alert For Europe Because of Threat of Terror Attacks 02 Oct 2010 Strong concerns that [CIA/MI5-backed] terrorist teams in Europe have selected their targets, completed their surveillance, eluded capture and are now ready to strike at airports and tourist attractions have prompted the State Department to ready a highly unusual travel advisory for Europe, multiple law enforcement and intelligence sources tell ABC News. Intelligence and law enforcement officials have information that the teams could at any time launch a "Mumbai style" terror attack that targets civilians for death or hostage taking.

DC rally shows support for struggling Democrats

DC rally shows support for struggling Democrats 02 Oct 2010 Tapping into anger as the tea party movement has done, a coalition of progressive and civil rights groups marched Saturday on the Lincoln Memorial and pledged to support Democrats struggling to keep power on Capitol Hill. "We are together. This march is about the power to the people," said Ed Schultz, host of "The Ed Show" on MSNBC. "It is about the people standing up to the corporations. Are you ready to fight back?"

Big crowd gathers for liberal rally in Washington

Big crowd gathers for liberal rally in Washington 02 Oct 2010 Tens of thousands of people rallied near the Lincoln Memorial in the U.S. capital on Saturday as liberal groups attempted to energize their base a month before pivotal congressional elections. The rally, held under sunny skies, was billed as "One Nation Working Together" and followed a large rally by conservatives at the same site just over a month earlier.

Police condemned for secret CCTV operation set up to spy on Muslim communities

Police condemned for secret CCTV operation set up to spy on Muslim communities 01 Oct 2010 A police force secretly put large Muslim communities under surveillance using cameras they pretended were for crime prevention, a report has ruled. West Midlands police told residents the mix of CCTV and number plate recognition devices were to help cut anti-social behaviour and vehicle crime. But the network in Birmingham was actually being run by its counter-terrorism unit with the consent of the Home Office and MI5. The £3m scheme, called Project Champion, was intended to monitor Muslims entering and leaving mainly Muslim areas of Sparkbrook and Washwood Heath.

Pentagon burns book and makes it a best-seller

Pentagon burns book and makes it a best-seller 01 Oct 2010 The Pentagon has only helped build buzz around "Operation Dark Heart," a firsthand account of special operations in Afghanistan, by burning 9,500 copies -- nearly all the first run. Some review copies, released before publication, have filtered out and sold for more than $2,000 on eBay, according toTIME magazine...  Even with redactions, the second run -- five times larger than the first -- is selling well.TIME magazine noted that  Lt. Col. Anthony Shaffer's "Operation Dark Heart" hit No. 1 on Amazon's biography list and No. 2 on Barnes & Noble's political list.

Global Strike command reaches full operational capability

Global Strike command reaches full operational capability 01 Oct 2010 Officials declared Air Force Global Strike Command to be at full operational capability Sept. 30, on schedule, and less than 14 months after its initial activation as a command. In 2009, Global Strike Command was chartered by the secretary and chief of staff of the Air Force to strengthen the nuclear enterprise by aligning all Air Force long-range nuclear-capable forces under a single command... Additionally, the command formed a crisis action team, as well as a response task force to deal with emergency situations and potential incidents.

US drone attack kills 4 in Pakistan

US drone attack kills 4 in Pakistan 02 Oct 2010 At least four people have been killed in an unsanctioned US drone attack in Pakistan's tribal belt along the border with Afghanistan, local security officials said. The US unmanned plane targeted a house by missiles in Dashgah village near Datta Khel town in North Waziristan tribal district.

2 US-led troops killed in Afghanistan

2 US-led troops killed in Afghanistan 02 Oct 2010 Two more US-led soldiers have lost their lives in a bomb explosion in eastern Afghanistan, says NATO's International Security Assistance Force. NATO said in a Saturday statement that the incident took place on Friday.

Blackwater Wins Piece of $10 Billion Mercenary Deal

Blackwater Wins Piece of $10 Billion Mercenary Deal By Spencer Ackerman 01 Oct 2010 Through a "joint venture," the notorious private-security firm Blackwater has won a piece of a five-year State Department contract worth up to $10 billion, Danger Room has learned. Apparently, there is no misdeed so big that it can keep guns-for-hire from working for the government. And this is despite a 2008 campaign pledge from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to ban the company from federal contracts.

Marcellus Shale fight takes new turn with pipeline mandate

Marcellus Shale fight takes new turn with pipeline mandate 01 Oct 2010 More than the drinking water has become poisonous in Susquehanna County. In a sharp rebuke of one of the state's biggest Marcellus Shale gas drillers, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on Thursday ordered an $11.8 million pipeline built to deliver water to 18 rural residences in Dimock Township whose household wells are contaminated by natural gas. In response, [eco-terrorists] Cabot Oil & Gas Corp., the Texas driller whose wells the state blames for the pollution, denounced the decision as "unfounded, irrational, and capricious" and accused DEP Secretary John Hanger of "obvious political pandering."

'US behind coup attempt in Ecuador'

'US behind coup attempt in Ecuador' 02 Oct 2010 Gloria La Riva of the Party for Socialism and Liberation, which is based in the United States, says that the recent coup attempt in Ecuador was definitely organized by the US. She made the remarks in an interview with the Fars news agency published on Friday. "Without a doubt, the United States was behind the coup in Ecuador," La Riva asserted.

US says sorry for 'outrageous and abhorrent' medical experiments on Guatemalans

US says sorry for 'outrageous and abhorrent' medical experiments on Guatemalans --Experiments in 1940s saw hundreds of Guatemalan prisoners and soldiers deliberately infected to test effects of drug 01 Oct 2010 The US today apologised for "outrageous and abhorrent" medical experiments in Guatemala in which American doctors deliberately infected hundreds of prisoners, soldiers and patients in mental hospitals with syphilis in the 1940s. The experiments, conducted between 1946 and 1948, were intended to test the effects of penicillin on the sexually transmitted disease. Medical researchers arranged for prostitutes infected with syphilis to have sex with prison inmates to deliberately pass on the disease. Other men were injected with it. [Ok, time to apologize for HAARP; chemtrails; forced toxic drug experiments on children held captive in NYC's Administration for Children's Services under Rudi Giuliani; and Baxter's deadly swine flu vaccines. --LRP]

Osama bin Laden orders a UK attack: Mumbai-style gun blitz in Europe was his plan, say U.S. spy chiefs

Osama bin Laden orders a UK attack: Mumbai-style gun blitz in Europe was his plan, say U.S. spy chiefs --Al Qaeda leader called for attacks on UK, Germany and France --U.S. may also have been a target 01 Oct 2010 Osama Bin Laden personally ordered commando attacks on Britain, U.S. intelligence chiefs believe. The Al Qaeda leader is said to have sent a directive to his planners several months ago naming the countries and the type of attacks he wanted. Bin Laden's direct link to the plot was released invented by intelligence officials via National Public Radio in the U.S. yesterday.

Yemeni foreign minister confirms internal US strikes on Al-Qaeda

Oh but another country bombed by USociopaths: Yemeni foreign minister confirms internal US strikes on Al-Qaeda --Kurbi says country will not extradite preacher on most-wanted list 01 Oct 2010 YTemen’s foreign minister acknowledged the United States has launched attacks on Al-Qaeda in his country in an interview published on Thursday, the first confirmation from Sanaa of a US military role. Abu Bakr al-Kurbi told the Saudi-owned pan-Arab daily Al-Hayat that the US strikes were suspended in December because his government viewed them as having been unsuccessful. "Fighting Al-Qaeda is the responsibility of security and anti-terrorism forces in Yemen," Kurbi said.

'CIA Infiltration' Charges Prompt Shake-Up in Armed Forces

'CIA Infiltration' Charges Prompt Shake-Up in Armed Forces 10 Apr 2008 President Rafael Correa’s allegations that intelligence services in Ecuador had been infiltrated by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) have led to a shake-up in the armed forces of unforeseeable consequences... Wellington Sandoval resigned as defence minister Wednesday and was replaced by Correa’s personal secretary Javier Ponce. The head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Hector Camacho, army commander Guillermo Vásconez, and the chief of police, General Bolívar Cisneros, also stepped down. [Scratch a coup, find the CIA!]

27 NATO oil tankers torched in Pakistan

27 NATO oil tankers torched in Pakistan 01 Oct 2010 More than 27 oil tankers carrying supplies for NATO troops in Afghanistan were burnt on Friday when some attackers fired rockets at the vehicles parked at a fuel station in southern Pakistan, Geo News reported. NATO sources told media the ambush took place around 2 a.m. near Shikarpur Super Highway, where over 30 fuel tankers were parked at a fuel station. Two civilians were also injured in the attack.

E.U. cites nationals training in terror

E.U. cites nationals training in terror 30 Sep 2010 The detention in Afghanistan of a German citizen of Afghan descent - reportedly a source of information about potential terrorist plots against targets in Europe and possibly the United States - has renewed focus on a stream of Europeans who have traveled to Pakistan in recent years for training at militant camps. Just as American officials have been sounding an alarm about the radicalization of U.S. citizens involved in plots against the homeland, European Union officials have warned that a new generation of Western citizens, including whole families, have traveled to Pakistan and that some appear determined to return home to carry out terrorist attacks.

Study: Wars could cost $4 trillion to $6 trillion

Study: Wars could cost $4 trillion to $6 trillion 29 Sep 2010 The authors of the book "The $3 Trillion War" [Joseph Stiglitz and Linda Bilmes] noted in a conference call on Wednesday that when they first released their findings two years ago, the estimates were widely criticized as being too high. Now, the researchers believe they may have been too low.

Spain: Ten million workers take part in general strike

Spain: Ten million workers take part in general strike By Paul Mitchell 30 Sep 2010 Nearly 70 percent of Spanish workers--10 million--took part in Wednesday’s general strike. In some sectors, such as mining, metal, auto manufacture, electronic, fishing and other industries, participation was nearly 100 percent. The movement also encompassed many self-employed workers and small businesses. Although the government tried to downplay the effects of the strike, the national grid operator Red Electrica Corp. said that electricity consumption was down by 20 percent.

Robert Gates: 'We're Not Ever Leaving' Afghanistan

Robert Gates: 'We're Not Ever Leaving' Afghanistan 29 Sep 2010 In a shocking indication of a split between the White House and the Pentagon over the war in Afghanistan, Defense Secretary Robert Gates believes that the U.S. military will never leave the war-torn country. During a dinner hosted by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for Afghan President Hamid Karzai in May, Gates reminded the group that he still feels guilty for his role in the first President [sic] Bush's decision to pull out of Afghanistan after the Soviet withdrawal in 1989, according to Bob Woodward's new book, "Obama's Wars." And to express his commitment to not letting down the country again, he emphasized: "We're not leaving Afghanistan prematurely," Gates finally said. "In fact, we're not ever leaving at all." [That's why Obusha retained this sociopath - to keep the US engaged in a permanent state of war. --LRP]

Court Closes Door to Families of Wrongfully Detained Men Who Died at Guantanamo

Court Closes Door to Families of Wrongfully Detained Men Who Died at Guantánamo --Court Denies Compelling Evidence of Murder at Secret Site 29 Sep 2010 Today, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia affirmed its decision to dismiss Al-Zahrani v. Rumsfeld, a civil lawsuit brought by the Center for Constitutional Rights (CCR) and co-counsel concerning the deaths of three Guantánamo prisoners in June 2006, despite newly-available evidence from soldiers stationed at the base at the time of the deaths that strongly suggest the men were killed at a black site at Guantánamo and a government cover-up of the true cause and circumstances of the deaths. The government reported the deaths as suicides.

Britain suffered defeat in Iraq, says US general

Britain suffered defeat in Iraq, says US general 28 Sep 2010 The British army suffered defeat in Iraq when it pulled out of Basra, a senior American general has argued. UK forces left the city in 2007, leaving the people to be "terrorised", key White House adviser Gen Jack Keane told the BBC. Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown described the withdrawal at the time as "a pre-planned and organised move".

Army's largest base reeling from four apparent suicides in one weekend

Army's largest base reeling from four apparent suicides in one weekend 30 Sep 2010 Four soldiers from Fort Hood, Texas, died over the week. In all four cases, it appears the soldiers, all decorated veterans from the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan, took their own lives, according to Christopher Haug, a Fort Hood spokesman. If confirmed as suicides, it would be on top of 14 other suicides on the base this year.

FBI's investigation of anti-war activists sparks protests

FBI's investigation of anti-war activists sparks protests 29 Sep 2010 About 35 people rallied outside the federal courthouse in Raleigh, N.C., on Tuesday to protest an FBI probe of anti-war activists. Kosta Harlan said during the protest that two FBI agents visited his home in Durham, N.C., on Friday to question him... Harlan, 26, has been active in the anti-war movement and helped organize protests in 2008 at the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minn. "They said they had a lot of information about me and wanted to speak to me in relation to a terrorism investigation," Harlan said Tuesday. "I believe I'm being targeted for my anti-war activism."

Lost in the system that took the house

Lost in the system that took the house 28 Sep 2010 Luis Fernandez's foreclosure documents never looked quite right. Critical papers regarding his Orlando home were missing dates, and some signatures appeared to him to be forged. The mortgage had been sold so often - including once in the middle of the foreclosure process - that at times it was hard to tell which company was trying to seize the house. He challenged the foreclosure in court but failed. Now, as Fernandez seeks to appeal his eviction and get his home back, he has learned that the law firm representing the banks is under investigation for fabricating foreclosure documents.

News Corp. gave $1 million to pro-GOP group

News Corp. gave $1 million to pro-GOP group 30 Sep 2010 News Corp., the parent company of Fox News, contributed $1 million this summer to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the business lobby that has been running an aggressive campaign in support of the Republican effort to retake Congress, a source close to the company told POLITICO. It was the second $1 million contribution the company has made this election cycle to a GOP-aligned group. In late June it gave that amount to the Republican Governors Association.

Ecuador 'coup': 50 injured in clashes

Ecuador 'coup': 50 injured in clashes 01 Oct 2010 At least 50 people have been injured and one person is reported to have been killed during clashes between rebel police and supporters of the Ecuadoran president. "We've treated 50 people in Quito for medical emergencies due to asphyxiation due to tear gas and impacts from pellets and teargas canisters," said Jorge Arteaga, a Red Cross spokesman.

Six US-led troops die in Afghan war

Six US-led troops die in Afghan war 30 Sep 2010 NATO confirms six more US-led forces have been killed in Afghanistan as militants step up their attacks against foreign forces in the country. NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) announced that three soldiers have been killed by a bomb explosion and another three died in separate attacks. ISAF says the attacks happened in the country's troubled south but has not yet disclosed the nationalities of the soldiers.

US-led strike kills 4 Afghan civilians

US-led strike kills 4 Afghan civilians 30 Sep 2010 The US-led International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) says four Afghan civilians were killed and three others wounded during an operation in Ghazni province. The tragic incident occurred on Wednesday after a missile -- fired in an attempt to protect the Afghan and ISAF troops from a militant attack -- struck a group of unarmed civilians in Andar District of Ghazni province, killing four and injuring three others.

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