The most dangerous drug in the world: ‘Devil’s Breath’ chemical from Colombia can block free will, wipe memory and even kill

  (THE DAILY MAIL)   A hazardous drug that eliminates free will and can wipe the memory of its victims is currently being dealt on the streets of Colombia. The drug is called scopolamine, but is colloquially known as ‘The Devil’s Breath,’ and is derived from a particular type of tree common to South America. Stories […]

“We Do Not Live In a Free Country”: NSA Has Copies of Emails of Most Americans, More Powerful Than Obama

theintelhub.com April 22, 2012 Democracy Now recently released a 4 part series, complete with numerous whistleblowers including former 30 year NSA employee William Binney, that documented government surveillance of everyday citizens as well as journalists inside the United States. Binney was a major source for a piece in Wired Magazine by journalist James Bamford which […]

Free People of the World UNITE: The Use of Gold Dinars and Silver Dirhams GOES VIRAL!

The SGT Report | Dean reports that the use of physical gold and physical silver in the form of gold dinars and silver dirhams, has spread from Malaysia to Indonesia.              

Irish police free student accused of breaking into top cybercop’s email, US-UK security call

ShareThis Irish police free student accused of breaking into top cybercop’s email, US-UK security call –FBI affidavits: Student is Internet infiltrator responsible for recording and posting online Jan. 17 trans-Atlantic conference call between American and British anti-hacking detectives 07 Mar 2012 An Irish computer hacker accused of breaking into the email account of Ireland’s top […]

Free Robert Green

Robert Green was sentenced to 12 months in prison. This is Robert Green’s last interview before being sentenced to one year in prison with no jury. Please write to Robert to show him your support. Red Ice Creations News Feed              

Tim Berners-Lee Takes the Stand to Keep the Web Free

By Joe Mullin, Wired.com The inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee, testified in a courtroom Tuesday for the first time in his life. The web pioneer flew down from Boston, near where he teaches at MIT, to an eastern Texas federal court to speak to a jury of two men and six women […]

Nuclear Madness: Despite Meltdowns, Accidents, And Evidence Of ‘Free Energy’, NRC Approves Two New Plants

The Intel Hub By Tony Muga February 10, 2012 Part One On Thursday, February 9th, 2012 the Nuclear Regulatory Commission approved the construction of two new nuclear power plants in the face of overwhelming evidence that not only should new permits be denied, but that current plants should be carefully and systematically shut down and […]

Free speech rights, anti-bullying fight collide

By Bob Smietana, The Tennessean The First Amendment guarantees that public school students have the right to free speech. It also gives them the right to practice their religion. But when does a student’s right to express his personal religious beliefs go too far and cross the line into bullying? That’s the issue in the […]

Critics fear Twitter’s new policy will hinder free speech

By Jessica Guynn, stltoday.com SAN FRANCISCO • Twitter has promoted itself as a beacon of free speech, and that image was burnished when revolutionaries used the social media service to organize protests during last year’s Arab Spring uprising. But in what many view as an about-face, Twitter now says it has the power to block […]

Free Syrian Army commanded by Al Qaeda Military Governor of Tripoli

Aldel Hakim Belhaj, historic leader of Al Qaeda in Libya, Military Governor of Tripoli, chief of the Free Syrian Army. (Thierry Meyssan)   The UN Security Council members are at loggerheads over the interpretation of the events that are rocking Syria. On one hand, France, the United Kingdom and the United States claim that a revolution […]