g. edward griffin news for the week



Allergan, the maker of Botox, will pay $600 million to settle charges that it illegally promoted the drug for unapproved uses like treating headaches. It is one of the most powerful neurotoxins known and is approved only for cosmetic use such as removal of wrinkles. [Read the list of possible side effects, and you probably will choose the wrinkles.]
Times of India
2010 Sep 3 (Cached)

UN calls for emergency meeting on rising grain prices caused by drought in Russia and natural disasters in other wheat-growing areas. It is feared that food riots may spread to more countries as higher prices show up in grocery stores.
IBT
2010 Sep 3 (Cached)

UN World Bank threatens nations with drastic population-reduction policies and suggests the use of sterilization camps and mobile sterilization vans. It says if nations do not comply voluntarily, they will be forced to do so. [Collectivism at its finest.]
InfoWars
2010 Sep 2 (Cached)

New study confirms what common sense tells us: organic foods have much greater nutritional and health benefits that conventional foods.
Natural News
2010 Sep 2 (Cached)

Head of University of Toronto’s preventive dentistry program says fluoridated water does NOT strengthen teeth or prevent cavities and that it is “more harmful than beneficial.”
Natural News
2010 Sep 1 (Cached)

China follows Mexico and now requires mobile phone users to register their identities with the government – to stamp out junk messages, of course. Guardian 2010 Sep 1 (Cached)

India stops using HPV vaccine after 6 deaths. In the U.S., 67 girls and women have died after taking the shots, but health officials have failed to respond. [Big Pharma gives more money to politicians in the U.S. than in India.] Natural News 2010 Sep 1 (Cached)

US: Democrats are reacting to voter demands to repeal Obama Care by saying they know it is unpopular and they will fix it. It is a clever attempt to avoid being voted out of office. Meanwhile, many doctors are informing their patients that the system is not fixable. WSJ 2010 Sep 1 (Cached)

Anti-seizure drugs, also prescribed for bi-polar disorder, increase risk of suicide and violent death from other causes, according to new research. Natural News 2010 Aug 31 (Cached)



Now they want to scan your bones. Bone-scanner
X-rays to identify individuals’ unique skeletal structure are being developed for use in airports, stadiums and any other place with controlled entry – to protect against terrorism, of course.

AxXiom For Liberty
2010 Aug 31 (Cached)

Last week, the Obama Administration announced the full withdrawal of combat troops from Iraq, but nothing of substance has changed. 50,000 combat troops remain, and their number actually was increased by 10% Additional thousand of civilian contractors to perform military services will be added to that number. [The American people were jubilant to hear that the war finally was coming to an end, but they were deceived.] Commentary by Ron Paul, Campaign For Liberty 2010 Aug 31 (Cached)

California preschoolers in Contra Costa County are outfitted with tracking devices in their clothes that reveal their location and even if they have eaten – to save money for the school, of course.
Cryptogon
2010 Aug 31 (Cached)

New research shows that even a minimal exposure to BPA plastic can induce genetic changes in offspring. [BPA is a resin used in thousands of common products, including baby bottles, water bottles, and food containers.] Natural News 2010 Aug 31 (Cached)

US Postal Service insures international packages in IMF (UN International Monetary Fund) SDRs (Special Drawing Rights). [This could be viewed simply as a convenience for converting all national currencies into a common value, but it also represents a tangible step toward acceptance of an international currency.] Cryptogon 2010 Aug 30 (Cached)

The UN climate-change panel (IPCC) is criticized by the academies of science from over 100 countries for its “questionable” science around global warming. Yahoo 2010 Aug 30 (Cached)

US: Record number of people in government programs for welfare, food stamps, unemployment, and Medicaid benefits due partly because of economic downturn and partly because eligibility has become easier. [The remaining productive base is being squeezed into oblivion.] USA Today 2010 Aug 30 (Cached)

German citizens will receive RFID chips embedded in their national ID cards this November. International Business Times Posted 2010 Aug 30 (Cached)

US: Department of Homeland Security will gain unprecedented power through the Food Safety Modernization Act S. 510, if it passes. [This bill was written by and for Monsanto lobbyists.]
Official Wire
2010 Aug 29 (Cached)

Governments are moving to ban cash transactions. It starts with large payments but, gradually, the size is reduced, eventually to zero. Europe and Mexico are in the forefront, but the US and UK will not be far behind. [The official reason is to thwart terrorism and crime, but the real motivation is to force all economic transactions through a computerized clearing system where every exchage can be tracked. Political dissidents will be denied access to the system and, thereby, will have no means for survival. Economic control over people is the goal.]
Benzinga
2010 Aug 29 (Cached)

US: Pentagon seeks approval for pre-emptive strike policy on the Internet. [That means it will not simply protect the Internet from an Internet cyber-attack but will initiate one of its own. If it wants to close down the Internet or control who has access to it, all they have to do is say they are making a pre-emptive strike against terrorists like the Bush Administration made a pre-emptive strike against Saddam Hussein and his non-existent WMDs.] Raw Story 2010 Aug 29 (Cached)

Confirmed: Corexit is still being sprayed in the Gulf despite government denial. [Why should that be? The oil was dispersed (not removed but dispersed to the bottom) long ago, so what is the motive? Are they trying to damage the marine life as much as possible to create a case for more power to the UN for control over our oceans supposedly to save the marine life?] Washington’s Blog 2010 Aug 28 (Cached)

Manufacturers in China and India have been caught scamming the environmental movement. They deliberately produce large quantities of “greenhouse gas” and then, based on the terms of the UN Kyoto Treaty, collect billions of dollars from countries like the US and UK for reducing their output. [The concept of greenhouse gasses and global warming is, itself, a giant scam, so the two fit nicely together.] Telegraph 2010 Aug 28 (Cached)

Environmental groups are asking the EPA to ban lead bullets based on the claim that they are contaminating the environment and the food supply. [The real goal is to sneak in the political back door and disarm citizens without having to pass an anti-gun law. Clever, huh?] Uncommon Sense Posted 2010 Aug 28 (Cached)

Obama Administration submits a report to the UN that includes the federal government’s challenge of Arizona’s law against illegal-immigration as an example of America’s dedication to human rights. Yahoo Posted 2010 Aug 28 (Cached)



Mobile X-Ray vans driving down the street can view contents of parked vehicles with remarkable clarity. The manufacturer says the radiation exposure of vehicle occupants and pedestrians is quite safe. Sure it is. [The surveillance culture is spooky. One can only wonder what it will be like a hundred years from now.] YouTube Posted 2010 Aug 28

US: The Obama Administration is planning to require Americans to fund their 401K and IRA retirement programs with government bonds. [The Treasury needs to sell another $1.4 trillion in government debt to finance the 2010 budget deficit, but the buyers have lost confidence in the government’s reliability. The solution?  Pass a law to force citizens to buy them in the name of protecting their retirement.] WND Posted 2010 Aug 28 (Cached)

Experiments show that electromagnetic pulses directed at the brain can alter human morality. After subjected to pulses, subjects became totally pragmatic. If the outcome was desirable, then the act was moral. If the outcome was not desirable, only then was the act judged to be immoral. [Why would scientists be looking for ways to change human morality? Think about it.]


Natural News
Posted 2010 Aug 28 (Cached)

US: Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals that covers California and 8 other Western states recently ruled that the government can secretly plant a GPS on your car – without a warrant and track you everywhere you go. The ruling said you do not have any reasonable expectation of privacy in your own driveway and no reasonable expectation that the government isn’t tracking your movements. Meanwhile, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia ruled the opposite, that GPS tracking for an extended period of time is an invasion of privacy and requires a warrant. This issue is expected to end up in the Supreme Court for a final decision. Yahoo Posted 2010 Aug 28 (Cached)

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ANALYSIS
Reports and commentaries that look beyond the news to identify historical facts and trends that must be understood to place the news into perspective. This is our “think-tank” section that makes it possible to anticipate future events.

Catherine Austin Fitts provides much to think about on a wide range of topics, including how drugs are used to finance large corporations, the role of banking to control populations, fraudulent mortgages, and much more. She offers a plan to reverse this reality through sound money, government accountability, a true free market, and personal responsibility. Chaostheorien 2010 Aug 29 (Cached)

Here is a excellent overview of the hemp controversy. We all thought that hemp is illegal because it is an opiate. You will change your mind after reading this. Hemp is the most useful plant on the Earth – but it could interfere with the cash flow of some very powerful cartels.
Examiner
Posted 2010 Aug 28 (Cached)

Dr. Mercola analyzes the benefits of ‘photorepair’ or biological light healing, which is about how the body utilizes photons to maintain communication between cells. Very interesting and informative.
Mercola.com
2010 Aug 27 (Cached)

Chemtrails or Contrails? An analysis by G. Edward Griffin.
Unfiltered News 2010 Aug 23

Pharmaceutical Sales Representative discloses Big Pharma secrets: The industry has NO interest in your health. It’s only goal is to get you on drugs and keep you there your whole life.
YouTube
Posted 2010 Aug 21

Keith Olbermann, TV commentator on MSNBC, delivers a powerful defense of the right to build a Muslim community center near Ground Zero. [The media and major political parties are building up this issue as an emotional distraction from far more important matters that should be the focus of public debate. Olbermann is correct on this issue, but it is too bad he is aligned with Left-Wing collectivism and only speaks out against Right-Wing collectivism. He was Bush’s constant critic (and rightly so in most cases) but now that Obama is President and is continuing the Bush agenda, Olbermann is virtually silent. He is a cheer leader for the Democrat Party and a gatekeeper of the phony Right/Left paradigm. Having said that, his discourse on this issue is brilliant and worth watching.] YouTube 2010 Aug 20

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