Gary McKinnon wins 10 year fight against extradition

A British computer hacker has won his 10-year fight against extradition to the U.S. with the U.K. government saying he was unfit to face the charges against him. In a statement to the House of Commons on Tuesday, Britain’s Home Secretary Theresa May said that the extradition of Gary McKinnon, a 46-year-old computer administrator from […]

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ONCE UPON A LIE: BOHEMIAN GROVE 2012 (We Are Change East Bay News)

PART TWO: We Are Change East Bay News at The Bohemian Grove protest July 14, 2012. Perhaps the same day as the Cremation of Care? Manny, Doug Millar, Walter Bradley WE ARE CHANGE EAST BAY – join us for meetings and discussion: http://www.meetup.com/wearechangeeastbay/ Excerpt from “Sacrifice” by Greg Fernandez Jr. (coming soon) Alex Jones interviewed […]

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Why is the All Seeing Eye everywhere? To whom do you serve?

The All-Seeing Eye in Hayward, California We Are Change East Bay members document one more place where the All Seeing Eye is being placed in public areas. Is this all conditioning for the coming One World Government where Satan will OPENLY rule the Earth for a short time? We could also ask why there is […]

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Those who trust their feelings can predict future events more accurately

A forthcoming article in the Journal of Consumer Research by Professor Michel Tuan Pham, Kravis Professor of Business, Marketing, Columbia Business School; Leonard Lee, Associate Professor, Marketing, Columbia Business School; and Andrew Stephen, PhD ’09, currently Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh, finds that a higher […]

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The mysterious case of village with its own Bermuda Triangle

Radio enthusiasts claim a Cambridgeshire village may have “its very own Bermuda Triangle” after cars mysteriously refused to open for their owners. Drivers parking around Waterbeach’s Green experienced problems locking their cars remotely and some said their cars would not start. The “problem” was noticed when a group of radio amateurs met in the village […]

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Lucknow Residents Scared Sleep Will Turn Them to Stone

There are plenty of reasons why we sometimes struggle to sleep, but being scared of turning into stone overnight is rarely one of them. That fear, however, kept dozens of people awake in Lucknow and other parts of India’s most populous state this week. It all started with a message late Monday, claiming that anyone […]

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North Miami Beach Police Employees Fired Over Santeria Curse On City Manager

(MIAMI NEW TIMES)   North Miami Beach has fired two police department employees after they allegedly were caught in the office trying to cast a Santeria curse on the city manager shortly before mass layoffs were planned. Veteran officer Elizabeth Torres and office manager Yvonne Rodriguez were canned last week over the ceremony, says Mark Perkins, […]

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Media Roots – Occupy Oakland: Then and Now

Media Roots.org was at the scene of the police crackdown in Oakland, Ca. on November 14th, 2011 and documented the historic OCCUPY OAKLAND Strike, March, and Port of Oakland shutdown on 11-2-11 the following videos should be spread far and wide… Occupy Oakland Historic Strike, March & Port Shutdown 11-2-11 http://www.mediaroots… Media Roots captured some […]

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Magic Friday: Egypt closes Great Pyramid of Giza following rumours of 11/11/11 rituals

Egypt’s antiquities authority closed the largest of the Giza pyramids Friday following rumours that groups would try to hold spiritual ceremonies on the site at 11:11 A.M. on Nov. 11, 2011. The authority’s head Mustafa Amin said in a statement Friday that the pyramid of Khufu, also known as Cheops, would be closed to visitors […]

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Occupy Check Point? How Occupy Can help Ron Paul

http://www.insidebayarea.com/oakland/ci_19247017 Though mostly a quiet an peaceful protest, there was what Oakland Tribune news journalist Sean Maher wrote was “almost like a rebel checkpoint” near the Port of Oakland, California. Around 7:40 pm protesters were deciding who would be allowed through this checkpoint at the intersection of Seventh Street and Maritime. Maher notes that “every […]

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