Daily Archives: July 29th, 2010

Is Wikileaks a CIA op? Just one of many Down Under?

Deborah DupréExaminer Human Rights National News, 07 Apr 2010

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Comment: Reposted from Examiner Human Rights National News with author’s permission.

Last week, Wikileaks’ Australian head, Julian Assange caused a global stir with its claims of classified video coverage of US war crimes and being tailed by operatives to the point of fearing for their lives, but the Aussie is possibly a black-op wizard, one of many in the Land of Oz that Christian groups and others Down Under oppose.

Wayen Madsen (WMR) reports that his intelligence sources in China and Thailand claim that people believe Wikileaks is linked to U.S. CIA cyber-warfare and computer espionage operations, as well as to Mossad’s cyber-warfare activities.

“Wikileaks purports to publish classified and sensitive documents while guaranteeing anonymity to the providers, even stating it had its site shut down a while back.”

WMR in the article, CIA, Mossad and Soros behind Wikileaks reports that last week, Wikileaks claimed to have decrypted video footage of a U.S. Apache gunship killing civilians in Iraq, covert U.S. State Department agents following its editor from Iceland to Norway in a surveillance operation and having one of its interns detained for questioning. Continue reading →


Pharmaceutical drug contamination of waterways threatens life on our planet

(NaturalNews) The President’s Cancer Panel (PCP) recently released its yearly report to the President outlining the status of cancer in America. This year’s report focuses primarily on environmental factors that contribute to cancer risk. According to the report, pharmaceutical drugs are a serious environmental pollutant, particularly in the way they continue to contaminate waterways across the country (and the world).

Many reports have recently appeared about pharmaceutical contamination of water supplies, rivers, lakes and other waterways, but spokespersons from the drug and chemical industries have denied that this pollution poses any risk whatsoever to the environment. But this report, issued directly from PCP, provides a stunning indictment of the dangers associated with pharmaceutical pollution.

The executive summary of the PCP Continue reading →

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