We can’t make this stuff up. It kind of says it all…
Posted in fraud, global, news, U.S., tagged controlled media, coup d’état, cover, cover up, December 5 2011, deception, fraud, main stream media, misdirection, Oligarchs, spin, Time on November 29, 2011 | 1 Comment »
Coincidence theorists vs. Video evidence.
0 – 1
Video evidence wins.
Go back to sleep. Trust the lies.
Don’t trouble yourself. You’re too busy.
Those of you who have tried exposing the 9/11 attack have certainly noticed that most people demand absurd amounts of evidence that the official story is false. (Source)
[. . . and, yet, if you provide absurd amounts of evidence (like the video above) most people will chant that they're just "too busy" to watch. Catch 22. Get it? Evidence is irrelevant to most people--they might as well have a big sign saying "Do Not Disturb."]
Posted in government, Harm, pain and hurt, health, news, tagged Bayer, cheating, contaminated medicine, corruption, cover up, deception, FDA, Food and Drug Administration, GlaxoSmithKline, health care, lax regulation, MSNBC, Pharma, pharmaceuticals, self-serving on October 25, 2010 | Leave a Comment »
Bayer knowingly sold contaminated medicine.
This is the level of protection you can expect from the FDA, the Congress, and the White House. Another story that came and went and never stuck.
For example (Dan Weintraub writes):
How do we know this? Simple. If banks had nothing to hide, than all assets would be marked to the marketplace and all banks and other financial institutions would optimistically adhere to GAAP. Instead, the banks have leveraged their influence by convincing the FASB (and Congress) to let them value their assets however they so choose—and to keep whatever assets they want to OFF of their books.
We KNOW that official claims that we have reached a “bottom” in the housing market are untrue.
How do we know this? Simple. If the housing market were healthy, and if the talk of recovery were true, then the FHA wouldn’t be offering blatantly unsustainable tax creditsto first-time home buyers. Nor would they be offering mortgage terms that replicate the sub-prime notes that were part-and-parcel of the initial meltdown that occurred last summer and fall.
How do we know this? Simple. Because when we ask, they refuse to talk about it. Ben Bernanke and Tim Geithner and Larry Summers and Bob Rubin have all made the statement that it would be a mistake to pull back on current QE policies in light of the weak economic conditions. But when asked about “exit strategies”, all of the aforementioned “experts” refuse to answer. (Bernanke even refuses to let us, the taxpayers, the ones on the hook for this whole thing, take a look at the FED’s books. Now, why would they refuse such a reasonable request?????)
It is indeed a sorry state of affairs when the only thing that the citizens of a nation can count on with utter certainty is that the government is working very hard to conceal the truth from its citizens about the increasingly desperate state of their economy. (Source)
Binyam Mohamed – a British resident released from Guantanamo in February, 2009 after seven years in captivity — was tortured while in U.S. custody.
Torture is an illegal war crime and he would like his day in court. In August 2008, the British High Court ruled in Mohamed’s favor, concluding in a 75-page ruling (.pdf) that there was credible evidence in Britain’s possession that Mohamed was brutally tortured and was therefore entitled to disclosure of that evidence.
In May, The Washington Times reported a letter sent to the British by the Obama administration saying that “the Obama administration may curtail
Anglo-American intelligence sharing if the British High Court discloses new details of the treatment of a former Guantanamo detainee.” The Guardian reports, according to David Miliband, the UK foreign secretary, that threats were issued by the Obama administration not only in the form of that previously disclosed letter, but also personally by Hillary Clinton in a May meeting with him and other British officials.
In May, The Washington Post‘s Dan Froomkin — in a column entitled ”President Obama Joins the Cover-Up” — wrote: ”The president who came into office promising to restore our international reputation and return responsibility to government now seems to be buying into the belief that covering up our sins is better than coming clean.”
This has gone well beyond a passive failure to apply the rule of law (and comply with our treaty obligations). A cover up operation is in effect. Covering up war crimes, refusing to prosecute them, promoting those associated with them, and suppressing evidence of them are themselves violations of Geneva and the UN Conventions. What could possibly justify this full-scale joint effort by the Obama administration and the British government to cover-up evidence of Mohamed’s torture?