Agenda 21′s Globalist Death Plan for Humanity

Lord Monckton joins Aaron in-studio today, Wednesday, May 23. Monckton is a British politician, public speaker, former newspaper editor, and a spirited critic of the globalist theory of anthropogenic global warming. Mr. Monckton is in the United States to attend the libertarian Heartland Institute’s conference in Chicago. At the UN Summit at Rio in 1992, the Conference Secretary-General, Maurice Strong, said “Isn’t the only hope for this planet that the industrialized civilization collapse? Isn’t it our responsibility to bring that about?” “The common enemy of humanity is man. In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. // The real enemy then is humanity itself. – From the Club of Rome’s “The First Global Revolution” p. 75 1993 archive.org “Therefore, send not to know for whom the bell tolls, It tolls for thee.” – John Donne (1572-1631) scienceandpublicpolicy.org www.infowars.com www.prisonplanet.tv twitter.com www.facebook.com [Checkout Alex’s New Social Network-’Planet Infowars’ planet.infowars.com

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Call to Action: Join the Fight Against Cyber Spying Proposals in the Senate

EFF and an array of civil liberties organizations are engaged in a pitched battle against the privacy-invasive legislation Congress is pushing under the guise of promoting “cyber security.” Everyone agrees that network security is important, but a thinly disguised mass surveillance bill won’t help address the needs of our country in defending our networks. Even when faced with wide-ranging opposition from security experts and the Obama Administration , the House of Representatives managed to ram through CISPA, a bill widely decried as empowering the military to collect the Internet records of Americans’ everyday Internet use. Now the fight is moving to the Senate, and the word from DC is that a vote on cybersecurity measures could happen in early June. That gives us little time to waste in fighting this legislation. We need the Internet community to rise up and fight for online freedoms in the cybersecurity debates. Here’s how you can help: Send an email to Congress . Our online form makes this a quick process – just fill in your info, customize the message, and hit send. Tweet at your Senator. We need to use every avenue possible to show opposition to efforts to undermine our civil liberties by claiming security.  Use our Senatorial Twitter Handle Detection Tool to tweet at your Senator.  Request a meeting with your Senator to discuss the cyber security legislation. Our friends at Fight for the Future have created an easy online tool for requesting a meeting with Senators. Report back and let us know if you are able to get the meeting scheduled – or if Senators are resisting the meetings – by email action@eff.org . Call your Senator .   We’ll give you a simple script to help you along. Are you a civil liberties-defending superstar? Not everyone will have the time and inclination to take all 4 of these steps, but if you’re one of the dedicated freedom fighters who has done all of these things then please let us know by sending an email with your Twitter handle to rainey@eff.org with “Digital rights FTW” in the subject line.  With your permission, we’ll publicly recognize you. Thanks for helping us defend liberty in the digital world.   Related Issues:  Privacy Cyber Security Legislation

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Security Council ‘Unfit for Purpose’, Says Amnesty International

Amnesty International delivered a scathing condemnation of global and national leadership in its 2012 global human rights report on Tuesday, conveying profound disappointment in such leadership for its failure to match the determination and resilience of ordinary civilians in their resistance to repressive regimes.

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The Bank Job

In September 1971, thieves tunneled into the vault of a bank in London’s Baker Street and looted safe deposit boxes of cash and jewelry worth millions and millions of pounds.

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Rates charged for school gym use not excessive, Salisbury finds – Allentown Morning Call

Rates charged for school gym use not excessive, Salisbury finds Allentown Morning Call The commissioners had asked SYA, a kids sports organization that has existed for 50 years, to gather rates from the Allentown and Bethlehem Area school districts and the nearby KidsPeace campus for comparison. Commissioners felt the Salisbury …

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A LIGA: Itaquera 21.05.2012

O episódio da terceira temporada de A LIGA mostra por dentro a construção do estádio que vai abrir no Brasil o maior evento do esporte mundial. Falamos dos impactos que as populações menos favorecidas sofrem com a realização dos mega eventos. Vemos a dificuldade do transporte para o bairro mais populoso de São Paulo e como os moradores desse bairro fazem para sobreviver e se divertir. REPÓRTERES: Cazé, Débora Vilalba, Lobão, Tháide, Sophia Reis REALIZAÇÃO: Diego Guebel DIREÇÃO DE CONTEÚDO: Ricardo Pichetto GERENTE DE CONTEÚDO: Diego Barredo DIREÇÃO: Sebastian Gadea COORDENAÇÃO DE PRODUÇÃO: Renata Figueira COORDENADOR DE CONTEÚDO: Ignácio Iglesias PRODUTORES DE CONTEÚDO: Adriana de Almeida Gomes, Heloisa Ferreira, José Eduardo Rondon, Leandro Camino, Pedro Ekman, Rodrigo Condesso e Victor Sá ROTEIRO: Mariana Loibiso, André Brandt EDITOR: Diego Loggia DIRETOR DE CÂMERAS: Diego Bokser CÂMERA DE EXTERNA: Adriano Dias, Alê Souza, Claudio N. de Oliveira DIREÇÃO DE ARTE E PÓS PRODUÇÃO: Kuma EQUIPE DE EDIÇÃO: Marcelo Souza EQUIPE DE PÓS PRODUÇÃO: Thiago Masci, Lucas R. S. Silva CONTEÚDO DE PÓS PRODUÇÃO: Bruna Escaleira SONOPLASTIA: Renato Borbanogo ASSISTENTE DE PRODUÇÃO: Samira Smidi ESTAGIÁRIO DE PRODUÇÃO: Elton Almeida, Helena Dias ASSISTENTES DE CÂMERA: Felipe Pahor COORDENAÇÃO DE DECUPAGEM: Lia Kulakaukas EQUIPE DE DECUPAGEM: Camila dos Santos, Katia Oliveira FIGURINISTA: Juliana Bilenky, Mariana Pompêo ILUMINADOR: Ricardo Reichhardt COORDENAÇÃO DE EDIÇÃO E PÓS PRODUÇÃO: Marcos de Assis SUPERVISOR TÉCNICO: Marcelo Nunes Andrade ASSISTENTE TÉCNICO: Thiago Rodrigues ASSISTENTE DE EQUIPAMENTOS: Diego Carvalho DIGITALIZAÇÃO: Daniel Jovito TRANSPORTE: Apolo.com Locadora de Veículos DIREÇÃO COMERCIAL: Mariana Duarte COMERCIAL: Larissa Farias CHEFE ADMINISTRATIVA: Sabrina Orta ADMINISTRAÇÃO: Mirko Lucchessi Strini, Vanesa Hernandez, Diego Leite Lima CONTABILIDADE: Danilo Gonçalves Neri EQUIPE BAND DIREÇÃO DE ENGENHARIA E OPERAÇÕES: Rubens Ortiz DIREÇÃO DE PRODUÇÃO: Paula Cavalcanti DIREÇÃO DE PROGRAMAÇÃO: Fernando Sugueno DIREÇÃO GERAL DE CONTEÚDO TV: Diego Guebel AGRADECIMENTOS: União dos Movimentos de Moradia, Comunidades Unidas da Zona Leste, Relatoria da ONU para o Direito à Moradia, LAB Cidade FAU-USP, SESC Itaquera, GRCES Leandro de Itaquera, Odebrecht, Venon, Pony, Adidas, Eckzen, MCD, Skyland, Maria Valentina, CNS, Highstil PRODUÇÃO: EYEWORKS, BAND – eband.com.br Cast: Pedro Ekman Tags: A Liga , Thaide , Sophia Reis , Caze , Lobao , Debora Vilalba , Itaquera , corinthians , copa do mundo , raquel rolnik , moradia , direitos humanos , human rights , onu , un , transporte and periferia

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Studentnyheterna K103 om Occupy Vasaparken

Studentnyheterna K103 om Occupy Vasaparken

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FRONTLINE | Preview “Al Qaeda in Yemen” | PBS

See the full episode at video.pbs.org On May 29, 2012: FRONTLINE investigated how Al Qaeda and affiliated militants have seized areas in southern Yemen — and are winning some popular support. Since the death of Osama bin Laden, Yemen has become the hottest front in the war against Al Qaeda. Now, with headlines about a terrorist plot to bomb a US-bound airliner, award-winning reporter Ghaith Abdul-Ahad travels deep into Yemen’s radical heartland. In this first-hand report, FRONTLINE looks at how members of Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and affiliated militants have seized control of areas in southern Yemen and are winning some popular support. Is the United States’ expanded drone policy in fact strengthening this new fortified insurgent base? Watch on air and online beginning May 29 at 10 pm ET on PBS (check local listings). to.pbs.org

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U.S. Urged to Follow Own Human Rights Reporting

The U.S. State Department on Thursday released the government’s annual compendium of country-by-country human rights reports, but ran into criticism from rights groups for holding double standards.

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Occupy Chicago Weekly Orientation!

Tags:  Announcements 1pm, Sunday, May 27, Congress&Michigan (by the Bowman Statue) ( ) Inspired by the NATO Week of Action? Wondering how to get more involved with Occupy Chicago? Then this event is for you! Occupiers will be there to explain any and all questions: How can I get involved with working groups? What are our demands?  We’ll have a mix of newbie s, occupiers and activists. Our hope is to give the lay of the land, discuss the issues we all care about and get people immediately connected to the groups and projects that they are most passionate about. The American Spring is here! Come Occupy

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