02/04/2012

Arab Spring Year 2: Kurdistan Begins to heat up Again with Oil Embargo against Baghdad

by John Galt April 2, 2012 19:55 ET   The disaster which is the Middle East is the gift that keeps on giving to oil speculators in addition to the current U.S. regime. The instability of the region with the Iranian and Syrian situation gathered more steam today with the Kurdistan regional government cutting off all oil shipments to the central government in Baghdad. This basically cuts the Iraqi government off at the knees financially which only expands a corrupt nation’s crisis from a regional dispute to a national crisis. The…



Slime Doesn’t Pay

by John Galt April 2, 2012 17:25 ET   Slime doesn’t pay; well, for a while it did until people wanted to know what it was, how it was manufactured, and just what the heck it was. Fortunately for some fast food restaurants it was NOT the primary ingredient in everything they cooked so they can walk away proud that they didn’t slime the public with slime fries, slime salads, and slime sundaes. However, for AFA foods, the gig is up per the CBC News: ‘Pink slime’ company seeks bankruptcy protection…


Must Read: U.S. Officially Drawing up plans for Nuclear Powered Drones

by John Galt April 2, 2012 15:40 ET   A few weeks ago I covered a story on my nightly radio program from the Atlantic Wire about the concept of creating nuclear powered UAV’s, giving the government or government’s worldwide a 24/7 view of not just enemy movements but the actions of its citizens around the world. The original story can be found at the link below: How to Make Drones Scarier: Make Them Nuclear Powered This one quote from the opening of the article by Adam Clark Estes sums up…


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