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Posted by Carlos on December 18, 2007


1. Prison Interrogation Techniques in Israel: Now You’re Paralyzed, As We Promised

2. Ohio Sec. of State Confirms 2004 Election Could Have Been Stolen

3. Bush Goes Private To Spy On You

4. Left For Dead By New Labour, British Liberals Must Urgently Fight Back

5. The North American Union And The Larger Plan

6. Reconciling Fascism With Reality

7. Implications of Commercial Real Estate Collapse

8. Picture That Proves Torture Flights Still Landing in the UK

9. Tom Whipple’s Peak Oil Review (Dec. 17th)

10. Manufacturing Threats: Iran, Sudan, and the War For Civilisation


4 Responses to “”

  1. “’s CEO Patrick Byrne is interviewd on CNBC business on’s performance. Unexpectidly he turns the conversation and starts talking of his beliefs that we are on the verge of a 1929 style disastor. Watch as he gets cut off in the middle of his conversation!”…


    “Theft By Statistics”…

    They have been at it for sometime here in the UK…

    “We use the Retail Prices Index – known as the RPI. The RPI measures the average change in the prices of goods and services bought by most households in the UK. It is compiled and published monthly by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).”

    “You may have heard of another measure of inflation called the Consumer Prices Index, or CPI. The Government now uses the CPI for its inflation target, although the RPI is still used, for example, for index-linking of pensions.”

    You might also like to read this…

  3. “A Recession Worth Having”

    “The Dow fell 65 points-and we noticed that copper was down 25% from its high. Copper, as you know, dear reader, is regarded as the metal with Ph.D in economics. When it goes down, the economy tends to go down with it”

    “You don`t have to be genius to figure out why. Copper is used in making machines and houses. When the demand for copper goes down, so does business activity”…

  4. “Authors@Google: Paul Krugman”

    “The Economist said he is “the most celebrated economist of his generation.”

    Will be worse than anything since the Great Depression…

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