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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is 'annoyed' by 9/11 truth

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is 'annoyed' by 9/11 truth By SnowCrash 22 Jul 2010 In this interview ['Wanted by the CIA: Wikileaks founder Julian Assange' 19 Jul 2010], Belfast Telegraph reporter Matthew Bell asks Wikileaks founder Julian Assange about "conspiracy theories". Assange subsequently explains his position. His obsession with secrecy, both in others and maintaining his own, lends him the air of a conspiracy theorist. Is he one? "I believe in facts about conspiracies," he says, choosing his words slowly. "Any time people with power plan in secret, they are conducting a conspiracy. So there are conspiracies everywhere. There are also crazed conspiracy theories. It's important not to confuse these two. Generally, when there's enough facts about a conspiracy we simply call this news." What about 9/11? "I'm constantly annoyed that people are distracted by false conspiracies such as 9/11, when all around we provide evidence of real conspiracies, for war or mass financial fraud." [Hmm. Maybe that explains why the CIA hasn't 'found' him. Can you say 'limited hangout?']

BP boss Hayward to get immediate £600,000 pension

BP boss Hayward to get immediate £600,000 pension 26 Jul 2010 BP chief executive Tony Hayward will get an immediate annual pension worth about £600,000 ($930,000) when he leaves in October, the BBC has learned. Mr Hayward is to stand down after sustained criticism of his handling of the Gulf of Mexico oil leak. However, a BP source said he would be nominated for a non-executive position at the firm's Russian joint venture.

NORAD plans Washington, D.C. exercise

NORAD plans Washington, D.C. exercise --Exercise flights conducted throughout U.S. and Canada since start of 'Operation Noble Eagle' 26 Jul 2010 The North American Aerospace Defense Command will conduct early morning exercises over the Washington area. The exercises will take place between midnight and 2 a.m. Tuesday and Wednesday. Civil Air Patrol aircraft and Coast Guard HH-65 Dolphin helicopters will take part in the exercise.

Big Payoff for axed boss

Big Payoff for axed boss 26 Jul 2010 BP was last night poised to boot out boss Tony Hayward - with a near £15million pay-off. The under-fire chief executive could go as early as today after being locked in talks over the weekend. He will carry the can for the devastating oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico which has badly damaged BP's reputation in the US... Mr Hayward - slammed for his handling of the crisis - would be due a £1million salary pay-off, share options worth £2.7million and a £10.8million pension pot.

It's no Lam-bear-ghini

It's no Lam-bear-ghini 26 Jul 2010 A greedy bear took a car for a joyride when he dived into the vehicle in search of a peanut butter sandwich. The clever creature managed to open the door of the car, close it behind him, put it in gear and send it careering 100ft (30m) down a hill. The owner of the car, 17-year-old Ben Story, had left a peanut butter sandwich on the back seat and the smell attracted the hungry black bear. When cops arrived they found the panicked animal thrashing around inside the Toyota Corolla.

BP set to begin oil drilling off Libya

BP set to begin oil drilling off Libya 24 Jul 2010 Oil giant BP has confirmed it will begin drilling off the Libyan coast in the next few weeks. The deepwater drilling will take place in the Gulf of Sirte following a deal signed in 2007 with Libya on oil and gas development. The news comes amid major concerns over BP's environmental and safety record following the Gulf of Mexico spill.

Afghanistan war logs: How US marines sanitised record of bloodbath

Afghanistan war logs: How US marines sanitised record of bloodbath --War logs show how marines gave cleaned up accounts of incident in which they killed 19 civilians 26 Jul 2010 Brevity is the hallmark of military reporting, but even by those standards the description of one especially disastrous event is remarkably short: "The patrol return to base." It started with a suicide bomb. On 4 March 2007 a convoy of US marines, who had arrived in Afghanistan three weeks earlier, were hit by an explosives-rigged minivan outside the southeastern city of Jalalabad. The marines made a frenzied escape, opening fire with automatic weapons as they tore down a six-mile stretch of highway, hitting almost anyone in their way -- teenage girls in the fields, motorists in their cars, old men as they walked along the road. Nineteen unarmed civilians were killed and 50 wounded. None of this, however, was captured in the initial military account, written by the marines themselves. It simply says that, simultaneous with the suicide explosion, "the patrol received small arms fire from three directions".

25 killed as Iraq car bombings target shrine city, media

25 killed as Iraq car bombings target shrine city, media 26 Jul 2010 Twin car bombs killed 21 people in the Shiite holy city of Karbala in southern Iraq on Monday, while four people died in a suicide attack on a Saudi-funded television channel in Baghdad. The suicide blasts in Karbala, where religious commemoration ceremonies are due to begin on Wednesday, occurred at around 7:00 pm (1600 GMT) and also wounded at least 47 people, a provincial health official said.

Kabul: US-led forces kill 52 civilians

Kabul: US-led forces kill 52 civilians 26 Jul 2010 Afghan President Hamid Karzai has confirmed that a recent US-led NATO air strike killed at least 52 civilians including several women and children. Karzai said on Monday that NATO troops fired a rocket that killed "52 innocent civilians" in southern Afghanistan. The government sources say that the attack happened on Friday when civilians crammed into a house to flee the exchange of fire between NATO troops and alleged militants.

War leaks show Obama following Bush policies

War leaks show Obama following Bush policies 26 Jul 2010 The US has condemned the leak of documents on the Afghan war. Leaked US military documents detail how American-led NATO forces in Afghanistan have killed or wounded hundreds of civilians in unreported incidents. The documents leaked by the whistle-blower website Wikileaks say some of the casualties are caused by airstrikes, but a large number is the result of troops shooting unarmed drivers or motorcyclists allegedly to protect themselves.

Blast hits al-Arabiya's Baghdad office

Blast hits al-Arabiya's Baghdad office 26 Jul 2010 Four people have been killed and more than a dozen wounded in a bomb attack on the office of the Arabic-language satellite news channel al-Arabiya in Baghdad. The incident occurred on Monday morning when a bomber detonated his explosive-laden vehicle in front of the Dubai-based channel's office, the Washington Post reported.

US to fund Israel's Arrow 3 missiles

US to fund Israel's Arrow 3 missiles 26 Jul 2010 The United States has agreed to fund Israel's new anti-missile system while discussion is underway on Israeli plans to purchase US-made F-35 stealth fighter jets. The Israeli defense ministry and the US Missile Defense Agency signed an agreement on Sunday under which Tel Aviv will receive full funding for the development and production of Arrow 3 ballistic missile system, Haaretz reported.

Top U.S. officer warns Afghan war will get worse

Top U.S. officer warns Afghan war will get worse 25 Jul 2010 More NATO troops will die in Afghanistan as violence mounts over the summer, but Washington's goal of turning the tide against the insurgency by year's end is within reach, the top U.S. military officer said on Sunday. The remarks by Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Mike Mullen, on a visit to the country, came as the Taliban said they were holding captive one of two U.S. servicemen who strayed into insurgent territory, and that the other had been killed.

Ex-CIA chief says clash with Iran more likely

Ex-CIA chief says clash with Iran more likely --Bush aide points to nuclear push [while ignoring Israel's nuclear weapons] 26 Jul 2010 Former CIA director Michael Hayden says military action against Iran now seems more likely because no matter what the United States does diplomatically, Tehran keeps pushing ahead with its suspected nuclear program. Hayden, a CIA chief under President [sic] George W. Bush, said that during his tenure a strike was "way down the list" of options. But he said on CNN’s "State of the Union" that such action now "seems inexorable."

Over 160,000 Michigan utility shutoffs from January to May 2010

Over 160,000 Michigan utility shutoffs from January to May 2010 By Lawrence Porter 21 Jul 2010 Recent figures, obtained by the World Socialist Web Site from the Michigan Public Services Commission (MPSC), confirm the unrelenting and inhuman policy of utility shutoffs in the State of Michigan, despite the well-publicized series of deaths last winter as a direct result... Altogether 84,769 DTE [Energy] customers saw their utilities turned off during the first five months of the year compared to 77,598 homes by Consumers [Energy], a whopping total of 162,367 households.

Secret files: US drones hunt and kill Taliban targets by remote control from Nevada base

Afghanistan war logs: Massive leak of secret files exposes truth of occupation --Covert unit hunts leaders for 'kill or capture' --Hundreds of civilians killed by coalition troops --Steep rise in Taliban bomb attacks on Nato 25 Jul 2010 A huge cache of secret US military files today provides a devastating portrait of the failing war in Afghanistan, revealing how coalition forces have killed hundreds of civilians in unreported incidents, Taliban attacks have soared and Nato commanders fear neighbouring Pakistan and Iran are fuelling the insurgency. The disclosures come from more than 90,000 records of incidents and intelligence reports about the conflict obtained by the whistleblowers' website Wikileaks in one of the biggest leaks in US military history. The war logs also detail --How a secret "black" unit of special forces hunts down Taliban leaders for "kill or capture" without trial. --How the US covered up evidence that the Taliban have acquired deadly surface-to-air missiles. How the coalition is increasingly using deadly Reaper drones to hunt and kill Taliban targets by remote control from a base in Nevada.

Venezuela head threatens US oil cut over Colombia row

Venezuela head threatens US oil cut over Colombia row 25 Jul 2010 President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela has threatened to halt oil exports to the US if his country is attacked by Colombia - a close US ally. The threat comes amid an escalating dispute over allegations that Venezuela is harbouring Colombian rebels [aka freedom fighters resisting US-backed death squads]. Mr Chavez broke diplomatic ties with Colombia last week and put his army on high alert. Mr Chavez said he had received intelligence that "the possibility of armed aggression against Venezuela from Colombia was higher than it had ever been". [Right, USociopaths are constantly on the prowl for new countries to invade/occupy at the behest of corporaterrorists.]

BP chief Tony Hayward 'negotiating exit deal'

BP chief Tony Hayward 'negotiating exit deal' 25 Jul 2010 BP's chief executive Tony Hayward has been negotiating the terms of his exit, with a formal announcement likely within 24 hours, the BBC has learned. Mr Hayward has been widely criticised over the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. BBC reports that Mr Hayward is likely to be replaced by his American colleague, Bob Dudley, who is in charge of the clean-up operation poisoning workders and destroying the Gulf.

Iran to sue US for rights violations

'The US uses human rights to pressure Iran while this country does not observe even the most basic articles of the human rights law.' Iran to sue US for rights violations 25 Jul 2010 An Iranian lawmaker says Tehran plans to file a lawsuit against the US over the inhumane policies adopted by Washington towards the people of Iran. "It has been agreed that the issue of US violation of human rights as well as its double standard policies be raised in the international community and a lawsuit be filed to seek compensation for some of the damages inflicted on Iran because of it," member of the Majlis Human Rights Committee Zohreh Elahian said on Sunday.

US drone strikes kill 8 in Pakistan

US drone strikes kill 8 in Pakistan 25 Jul 2010 Two US drone attacks have left at least eight people dead in Pakistan's northwestern tribal region amid growing discontent over the issue. Officials say at least four people were killed and two others wounded in the latest attack on Dargah Mandi village in North Waziristan. In an earlier attack, US drones fired two missiles at a compound in South Waziristan, killing four.

Taliban 'kill captured US soldier'

Taliban 'kill captured US soldier' 25 Jul 2010 The Taliban say one of the two missing American soldiers has been killed and the other, captured alive, is currently held by the militants. A Taliban spokesman said Sunday the group is holding both the body of the dead soldier and the captured one. "One of the two was killed in the exchange of fire and we arrested the second alive," said Zabihullah Mujahid.

Taliban take over Barg-i-Matal district

Taliban take over Barg-i-Matal district 25 Jul 2010 Taliban militants have taken over the Barg-i-Matal district in Nuristan province in eastern Afghanistan on the border with Pakistan. According to a Press TV correspondent in Afghanistan, the Taliban militants seized the Barg-i-Matal district -- the largest town in Nuristan province -- on Saturday night.

Homeland Security Agent Sentenced to 4 Years in Sex-for-Greencard Case

Homeland Security Agent Sentenced to 4 Years in Sex-for-Greencard Case 23 Jul 2010 A former U.S. Department of Homeland Security agent has been sentenced to serve four and half years in prison today, after coercing a female applicant to perform sexual acts in exchange for her green card. The former screening officer, Isaac Baichu, 59, of the Bronx. was convicted of demanding and receiving sexual favors from a female who was applying for U.S. Citizenship in December of 2007.

Bombs kill five U.S. troops in Afghanistan

Bombs kill five U.S. troops in Afghanistan 24 Jul 2010  Bombings killed five U.S. troops in southern Afghanistan on Saturday, NATO's International Security Assistance Force said. The military did not say precisely where the incidents occurred, but the statement said the troops died in "improvised explosive device attacks." Four service members died in one attack and one was killed in the other.

Relief well rig back at BP spill site -Transocean

Relief well rig back at BP spill site -Transocean 24 Jul 2010 The rig drilling the relief well intended to permanently seal BP Plc's blown-out Gulf of Mexico oil well has returned to the spill site, the company that owns the rig said on Saturday. "As of our last report, the (Development Driller III) was back on BP's Macondo location," Guy Cantwell, a spokesman for drilling contractor Transocean, said in an e-mail, referring the the ruptured BP Macondo well.

Iowa Dam Fails Causing 'Catastrophic' Release of Water

Iowa Dam Fails Causing 'Catastrophic' Release of Water 24 Jul 2010 A 300-foot-long breach in Lake Delhi Dam Saturday sent water spilling downstream and hundreds of people fleeing for safety in eastern Iowa. David Fink, Lake Delhi dam operation manager, called the breach "a catastrophic release of water." The dam, which sits on the Maquoketa River about 45 miles north of Cedar Rapids, failed following massive amounts of rain.

Two U.S. soldiers 'captured by Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan'

Two U.S. soldiers 'captured by Taliban insurgents in Afghanistan' 24 Jul 2010 Two U.S. soldiers have been captured by Taliban insurgents in eastern Afghanistan. A Taliban official said the U.S. nationals were seized after an exchange of fire with militants yesterday and were being held in southern Logar province. A local radio broadcast said a $20,000 reward for information leading to the safe release of the two.

S Korea-US military exercise begins in the Sea of Japan

S Korea-US military exercise begins in the Sea of Japan 24 Jul 2010 The US and South Korea are beginning a major military exercise in the Sea of Japan, despite threats of retaliation from North Korea. The navy and air force manoeuvres involve 20 ships, 200 planes and 8,000 US and South Korean personnel. Washington and Seoul say they want to send a clear signal to the North following the sinking of a South Korean warship in March [aka US false flag. See: US Professors Raise Doubts About Report on South Korean Ship Sinking 09 Jul 2010.]

Uncovered: Britain's secret rendition programme

Uncovered: Britain's secret rendition programme --Until now, this country has been guilty only by association in the illegal transfer of prisoners. But the covert rendition of a Moroccan man by MI5 agents suggests that the practice was central to Britain's 'war on terror' 21 Jul 2010 MI5 was directly involved in the rendition of a Moroccan national, illegally taken from a Belgian prison to work for Britain's Security Services in London, an investigation by The Independent has discovered. The man, now aged 29 and who cannot be named for his own safety, was secretly transferred from a Brussels jail in April 2004 and then further held and interrogated by senior MI5 officers at a secret base near London... The Home Office document, dated 4 November 2004, says: "It has been decided that the Secretary of State's discretion should be exercised in your favour and you have been granted limited leave to remain in the United Kingdom for a reason not covered by the Immigration Rules." 

Health plans may be raising premiums despite outsize surpluses, watchdog finds

Health plans may be raising premiums despite outsize surpluses, watchdog finds 22 Jul 2010 Nonprofit health insurers may be setting aside unnecessarily large surpluses even as some of them continue to raise premiums, according to an analysis by a consumer rights group. The report released Thursday by Consumers Union, the nonprofit publisher of Consumer Reports, found that seven of 10 Blue Cross Blue Shield affiliates examined had amassed surpluses more than three times the level regulators deemed necessary for them to remain solvent.


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