Friday, February 23, 2007

The Power Corporation's Tentacles of Influence

The Rockefellers: 9/11, Women's Lib and Population Control


Hollywood director Russo goes in-depth for the first time on the astounding admissions of Nick Rockefeller, including his prediction of 9/11 and the war on terror hoax, the Rockefellers' creation of women's lib, and the elite's ultimate plan for world population reduction and a microchipped society.

Cloning the American Mind and Gays

One of the most obvious issues for cloning the American mind is promoting sodomy and other deviant sexual behavior. The American people have been under a barrage of the most sophisticated propaganda and brainwashing techniques ever seen outside Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. One should remember that promoting homosexuality as "normal, natural and healthy" is listed in the top goals of the Communist Party.

Promiscuity and Media Influence

Some confessed that they could not even keep track of the names of the men they have been with. One girl said hooking up with guys gave her a sense of power. But “do men really like promiscuous girls?” talk show host Banks asked. A second panel of five men said that a man cannot take someone leading a promiscuous lifestyle home to meet the family. They agreed that such women were not respected, only used, and that it would be difficult to trust a girl with knowledge of her promiscuous past.

Global Warming and Eugenics

"Global Warming" had a precursor in capturing the hearts and minds of the world. Michael Crichton, in his novel "State of Fear," brilliantly juxtaposes the world's current political embrace of "global warming" with the popular embrace of the "science" of eugenics a century ago.

Credit Cards for Illegal Immigrants?

Bank of America Corp. is defending its decision to offer credit cards to people who don't have U.S. Social Security numbers, amid criticism that the program effectively endorses illegal immigration. The bank's pilot program, revealed last week, focuses on Hispanics in the Los Angeles area.

Suze Orman: The 55-Year-Old Virgin?

Suze then reveals that her "life partner" is Kathy Travis and, "We're going on seven years. I have never been with a man in my whole life. I'm still a 55-year-old virgin." Orman says they'd like to get married, and both "have millions of dollars in our name. It's killing me that upon my death, K.T. is going to lose 50 percent of everything I have to estate taxes. Or vice versa."

Mitigate Your Cat's Flatulent Contribution to Global Warming!

Sydney-based Easy Being Green says it will mitigate your cat's flatulent contribution to global warming for A$8 ($6). The same company could also make your granny "carbon-neutral" at A$10 a year, according to a report in the Australian newspaper last weekend.

Clinton Rakes in $40 Million From Speaking Engagements

Former president Bill Clinton, who came to the White House with modest means and left deeply in debt, has collected nearly $40 million in speaking fees over the past six years, according to interviews and financial disclosure statements filed by his wife, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.).

Foul Language, Pornographic Messages Disrupt Mass

Three CD players hidden under a cathedral's pews blared sexually explicit language in the middle of an Ash Wednesday Mass, leading a bomb squad to detonate two of the devices ... The CD players, duct-taped to the bottoms of the pews, were set to turn on in the middle of noon Mass on Wednesday at the Roman Catholic Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi.

Gays Seek 'Sex Disease' Vaccine

Homosexual men are requesting a controversial "sex disease" vaccine designed to prevent a female cancer. Gardasil protects against the most common of sexually transmitted infections, human papillomavirus (HPV), which can cause cervical cancer.

Boys Viewing Porn at Frightening Levels

More than one-third of 13-year-old Alberta boys view Internet porn "too many times to count," and parents have only the vaguest notion about it, a groundbreaking study suggests. "If you're 13 and you can't put a number on the times [you've used porn], that's a little frightening," University of Alberta researcher Sonya Thompson said yesterday.

Layton Wants Gore in the House of Commons

Al Gore will personally deliver some inconvenient truth to the Harper government if NDP Leader Jack Layton has his way. The former U.S. vice-president has accepted an invitation to speak on climate change in Ottawa, Layton said yesterday. Layton, sounding star-struck after hearing Gore speak at the University of Toronto, says the ideal venue would be the House of Commons.

Good Riddance, Bill Graham

Liberal party stalwart Bill Graham has announced his impending retirement from federal politics and paved the way for former Ontario premier Bob Rae to seek his Toronto seat. A one-time cabinet minister and interim Liberal leader, Graham informed the executive of his Toronto Centre riding association yesterday he will not run in the next election.

Drivers Licences and Abuses of Personal Data

What is Dalton McGuinty thinking of? The Ontario premier and his Liberal government now want to introduce a new, intrusive driver's licence chock full of personal information about the holder – and then hand all that data over to the U.S. government.

The Pope's 'Progressive' Challenger


Joseph Ratzinger and Carlo Maria Martini were once considered the two great heavyweights of the College of Cardinals ... Officially, having stepped down from his Milan post in 2003 after reaching the prescribed retirement age of 75, Martini should be enjoying a quiet, scholarly retirement with his biblical studies in Jerusalem. Still, most Church insiders say the Jesuit Cardinal, who turned 80 on Saturday, remains the single most influential Catholic leader challenging Rome's rigid-as-ever stances on moral issues.

Microsoft Hit For Damages

A U.S. federal jury found that Microsoft Corp. infringed audio patents held by Alcatel-Lucent and should pay $1.52 billion in damages, Microsoft said on Thursday.

Harper Brushes Off Critics of Judicial Appointments

Prime Minister Stephen Harper dismissed the warning shot fired by Canada's judiciary over the Conservatives' changes to the way judges are appointed, insisting his government won't leave the vetting of judges' qualifications to "a private club of judges and lawyers." In an unusual war of words between the Prime Minister and Canada's judges, Mr. Harper batted back charges that the independence of the judiciary is at risk, asserting the government has the power to appoint judges, and suggesting that the judges want to exclude others.

Wednesday, February 21, 2007

German Baby Boom Nine Months After World Cup

Last summer's mix of sun, beer and excitement during the football World Cup appears to have produced a massive hormone rush in German bedrooms, gardens and back alleys. Nine months on, birth clinics across the country that hosted the tournament are reporting a much-needed baby boom.

The Clintons Lie 'With Such Ease'

"Everybody in politics lies, but they [the Clintons] do it with such ease, it’s troubling,” Geffen had said ... "I don’t think anybody believes that in the last six years, all of a sudden Bill Clinton has become a different person,” Mr. Geffen says.

Catholics Have Rights, Too

We consider our faith to be precious. We don't appreciate gratuitous insults. We understand freedom of religion and free speech are not mutually exclusive. And if a presidential campaign or a columnist unfairly paints a bull's-eye of bigotry on our backs, we are going to stand tall and say what we must while we worship as we choose.

KFC Comes Up With 'Catholic' Fish Sandwich

KFC's new Fish Snacker Sandwich ... is ideal for American Catholics who want to observe Lenten season traditions while still leading their busy, modern lifestyles. The company has turned to Pope Benedict XVI, beseeching him to bestow his Papal blessing for this innovative new menu item. Vatican officials confirmed they received KFC's request, and the company is hopeful to get the Pope's blessing this Lenten season.

MSG: The Hidden Danger In Your Food

Think you're not eating MSG? Many foods at Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, and McDonald's have it. Wonder what the Colonel's secret ingredient was? MSG. Oh, you don't eat fast food? Even classy restaurants throw in some. Oh, you don't eat out? Sorry, your grocery is loaded with MSG to, and school cafeterias are just as loaded. Well, at least your baby's safe. Guess again, almost all infant formulas are packed with it.

Telus Pulls Cellphone Porn

Telus is withdrawing from the business of providing adult content on cellphones effective immediately, director of media relations Jim Johannsson said Tuesday ... After receiving several hundred customer complaints - most of them from Western Canada - and a number of service cancellations, Telus has decided to discontinue the service.

We Need a Parliament of the People

What we need, I think, is a second parliament, one that consists of ordinary citizens instead of political parties. At least several hundred citizens, maybe a thousand. They should be chosen by lot, like a jury, rather than by election.

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Recovery Program for E-Mail Addicts


Research by King's College London says addiction to email is doubly worrying because such technology depletes cognitive abilities more rapidly than drugs. Email users suffered a 10 per cent drop in IQ scores, more than twice the fall recorded by marijuana users.

Smith Joins Ranks of Playmates Dead Before 50

The selection of Anna Nicole Smith as a Playboy Playmate in 1992 made her a member of an exclusive sorority. Her death at 39 put her in a more grisly club — Playmates who haven’t reached their 50th birthday. Automobile accidents, drug overdoses, homicides, a plane crash — all have claimed the lives of Playmates.

Paul Martin Sought Support of Terrorist Group

Paul Martin solicited the support of the terrorist International Sikh Youth Federation in his failed bid for the federal Liberal leadership in 1990, The Vancouver Sun has learned. Martin made an impassioned speech to the ISYF's national convention in which he said he was honoured to "meet friends who share the same belief in this country, the same belief in peace, the same preparedness to defend themselves."

Monday, February 19, 2007

Video: Big Brother Is Watching You

Why You Should Avoid Vaccines

Much of the success attributed to vaccination programs may actually have been due to improvement in public health related to water quality and sanitation, less crowded living conditions, better nutrition, and higher standards of living. Typically the incidence of a disease was clearly declining before the vaccine for that disease was introduced.

Giuliani's 'Charity' Speaking Fee: $100,000

While charging speaking fees is a regular practice for expert and celebrity speakers, some are criticizing Giuliani for collecting speaking fees from charities. CNN reports on one appearance at a 2005 tsunami fundraiser for which Giuliani received $100,000, and also mentions a contract stipulation that the former New York City mayor be given the use of a "private aircraft - must be a Gulfstream 4 or bigger."

Fake Drug and Fake Illness - And People Believe It

A media exhibit featuring a campaign for a fake drug to treat a fictitious illness is causing a stir because some people think the illness is real. Australian artist Justine Cooper created the marketing campaign for a non-existent drug called Havidol for Dysphoric Social Attention Consumption Deficit Anxiety Disorder (DSACDAD), which she also invented.

We're Losing the 'War on Drugs'

We're fighting a war that is inflicting even greater casualties than the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and, incredibly, costing even more money. We're losing the War on Drugs, and we've been in retreat for three decades.

Abortion's Impact on Men

A campus psychiatrist at UCLA is drawing attention to the only study she has found on young men's responses to abortion. Those men, she asserts, are part of a group of abortion victims who have been essentially "invisible" to those in her profession. Mental health professionals, she says, need to stop ignoring the reality that abortion leaves emotional scars.

Republican Hopeful Wants to Abolish Roe vs. Wade

Republican presidential hopeful Tom Tancredo wants voters to know that he's more than just a champion for immigration reform and that, in his 30-year political career, he has been a strong supporter of unborn children's right to life.

Brownback Urges President to Champion Life Issues

U.S. Senator Sam Brownback today joined 34 senators in urging President Bush to uphold and champion pro-life policy. "President Bush has shown that he is committed to protecting the dignity of every life, from the unborn to the elderly," said Brownback. "Now that we have a Democrat-controlled Congress, I respectfully urge President Bush to remind my colleagues of his commitment to pro-life policies."

Moviegoers Prefer Morally Uplifting Films

An annual study of the Top 10 and Top 25 movies at the box office, as determined by Nielsen EDI, reveals that moviegoers prefer family-friendly movies with traditional values reflecting Judeo-Christian worldviews.

Schwarzenegger Will Veto Gay 'Marriage' Bill

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said he would veto a bill that would legalize gay marriage in California for the second time if state lawmakers pass it again this year.

'Something Sinister Afoot in the U.K.'

"For the first time in the modern era in this country, the Catholic Church is facing the prospect of being forced to act against her faith and against her convictions, or else face legal challenge and possible prosecution," Bishop Tartaglia explained. "This is a deeply disturbing turn of events and it is not yet clear what kind of precedent this may set for other areas of the pastoral and social activity of the Catholic Church," he added.

McCain Now Opposes Legalized Abortion

Republican presidential candidate John McCain, looking to improve his standing with the party's conservative voters, said Sunday the court decision that legalized abortion should be overturned.

European Mosques Growing As Churches Closing

Thousands of churches face closure, demolition or conversion in the next decade, leading to the demise of some branches of Christianity in Europe, according to experts.

Judicial Appointments: An Artificial Scandal

What the Conservatives have done since November is appoint 33 new members to the 12 judicial advisory councils around the country that inform Ottawa on which lawyers would make acceptable judges. Sixteen of these appointees have or have had some connection to the Conservative party. That hardly amounts to "stacking the courts," as Liberal MP Michael Ignatieff charged last week.

Anglicans, Catholics Explore Radical Unity Plan

Radical proposals to reunite Anglicans with the Roman Catholic Church under the leadership of the Pope are to be published this year, The Times has learnt. The proposals have been agreed by senior bishops of both churches.

All Britons to Be Fingerprinted

Ministers plan to force all adults to travel miles at their own expense to fingerprint scanning units so their details can go onto an identity card database. From 2009, everyone will have to attend one of 69 "interview centres", whose locations are revealed today for the first time.

B.C. Parents Protest Gay Propaganda Classes

Thousands of British Columbians have signed petitions and sent letters to the Education Ministry insisting that parents be allowed to pull their children from public school lessons to avoid gay-friendly messages that conflict with religious or family values.

Sunday, February 18, 2007

Mother Gives Birth After Abortion


EXTRA checks have been introduced at a hospital after a woman gave birth to a healthy baby - even though she'd had an abortion. Managers at Derby City General Hospital said additional measures have been implemented to prevent a repeat incident.

Catholics Urged to Boycott Telus

Vancouver's Catholic archdiocese has ordered its more than 130 parishes and schools to cancel their mobile phone contracts with Telus Mobility because of its decision to directly sell adult content on its cellphones.

Winning Lottery Numbers Posted BEFORE the Draw?

The Western Canada Lottery Corporation says it made a mistake when it posted online what appeared to be winning numbers for its Millionaire for Life draw — which doesn't take place until the end of February. Tickets for the new national lottery are being sold all this month for a draw set for Feb. 28 in Montreal.

Continental Integration Sparking Fierce Debate

A sweeping accord for the economic integration of Canada, the U.S. and Mexico has unleashed a firestorm of debate south of the border. Everyone from national congressmen and state legislators to bloggers and YouTubers are raising the alarm about the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP), a plan to harmonize the countries' economic and security practices.

Doctors Exercising Their Choice Not to Commit Abortions

The abortion landscape in America is presently experiencing a significant shift. This trend is already hobbling unfettered abortion in American and, if it continues, could well bring the abortion industry to its knees. The trend? More physicians are refusing to perform abortions. Doctors, it seems, are exercising their freedom of choice and, in so doing, are choosing not to perform abortions.