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Diana crash CCTV operator: footage ’rounded up & destroyed’

Diana and Dodi

British spies would have recorded the last moments of ­Princess Diana and her boyfriend Dodi Fayed by bugging their mobile phones, it is claimed. A key UK security industry source who served in the military told the Sunday Express that GCHQ remotely switched on recorder modes right up to the …

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EU planning to own and operate spy drones and an air force

Drones

The European Union is pondering an EU Commission proposal to acquire a fleet of surveillance drones, satellites, and planes as part of an “ambitious action” to boost the European defense industry. It follows revelations of the NSA’s spying programs. The European Commission has issued a 17-page report, proposing some concrete steps …

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Now the Swiss want their gold back…all 1040 tons of it!!

Swiss gold

With last week’s announcement by the Bundesbank of the repatriation of 674 tons of German gold from Paris and NY over the next 7 years, we predicted that an avalanche of gold repatriation requests would soon be made to the BOE and the NYFed. It appears that Switzerland may be next …

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Do you want to join the German FBI?

Germany’s equivalent of the FBI has put out a notice inquiring about highly-trained computer professionals who know how to exploit windows, speak different languages, and fight the bad guys. In short, Germany is developing its own spyware. Although the Bundeskriminalamt’s (BKA) job offer is not overt, it is neither by …

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Leaked: Troika requires 6-day working week in Greece

A leaked email sent to the Greek Ministries of Finance and Labor from the Troika says Greek private sector workers should work six days a week and longer hours. The letter, which was published on August 31, shows that the Troika expects the Labor Ministry to implement a number of …

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Monsanto’s Top 7 lies about GMO Labeling and Proposition 37

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Due to the near future voting on November 6, 2012 for California’s Proposition 37, there has been a lot of heat going back and forth concerning GMO foods. Up until now, 10′s of million of dollars have been funneled into the opposing side of the bill, with biotechnology giant Monsanto …

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Obama prepares air strikes on Syria

Russia’s climbdown sets stage for regime change. President Barack Obama has told the US Navy and Air Force to prepare air strikes on Syria as part of a “no fly zone” that will be enforced with the aid of British and French military power, according to a report. [youtube height=”400″ …

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AIG Chief sees retirement age as high as 80 after crisis

American International Group Inc. (AIG) Chief Executive Officer Robert Benmosche said Europe’s debt crisis shows governments worldwide must accept that people will have to work more years as life expectancies increase. “Retirement ages will have to move to 70, 80 years old,” Benmosche, who turned 68 last week, said during a weekend interview at his …

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Ron Paul wins Iowa and Minnesota

Despite the blatant election fraud in numerous states Ron Paul has walked away winner in Iowa and Minnesota. The man draws thousands to rallies, yesterday he drew 4000+ in pouring rain to a rally. Ron Paul gets over 5000 people consistently to his rallies, packs stadiums everywhere he goes and …

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What happens after Brexit?

When it comes to “Plan B” Europe is funny: it never has one. The best example is, of course, Greece most notably from an April 2013 press conference, when Mario Draghi responded to a question from Zero Hedge readers about a worst case scenario for Greece. This was the exchange that …

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The History of Poker

The origin of the game of poker has long been a mystery, but history shows that it dates back to nearly a thousand years ago. Moving from country to country, some historians believe the game was first played in the 10th century by a Chinese emperor, while others are of …

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Sibel Edmonds: classified woman (enemy of the state #1)

Sibel Edmonds’ new book, Classified Woman, is like an FBI file on the FBI, only without the incompetence.  The experiences she recounts resemble K.’s trip to the castle, as told by Franz Kafka, only without the pleasantness and humanity. I’ve read a million reviews of nonfiction books about our government that …

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NSA hacked the phones of 35 world leaders

White House press secretary Jay Carney

The NSA memo suggests that such surveillance was not isolated as the agency routinely monitors world leaders. The National Security Agency monitored the phone conversations of 35 world leaders after being given the numbers by an official in another US government department, according to a classified document provided by whistleblower …

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Millennials all around the world support whistleblowers

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About a year ago, a thirty-something sculptor in Los Angeles began working on a bust of Edward Snowden. When he was done, he shipped the bust to his artist friends on the East Coast. Just before dawn April 6, the artists crept under cover of darkness into Brooklyn’s Fort Greene …

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Having unhealthy food cravings? Here is what your body really wants

fast food

Even while kicking the standard American diet (SAD), even after leaving SAD behind, those nasty little junk or processed food cravings can re-emerge. They’re like the munchies after coming down from pot or booze. But cravings don’t need any drug or alcohol stimulus to overcome us. Cravings have more than …

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