PASSING THIS ON AS AN FYI ONLY … I DO NOT KNOW THE INDIVIDUAL BUT PERHAPS SHE HAS INFORMATION ON FLUORIDATION (POSION) WHICH WILL BE OF VALUE

… PASSING THIS ON AS AN FYI ONLY … I DO NOT KNOW THE INDIVIDUAL BUT PERHAPS SHE HAS INFORMATION ON FLUORIDATION (POSION) WHICH WILL BE OF VALUE …

 

09-10-12 – Jody Clute on PHX Water Fluoridation (MP3 & Video LOADED) 

 

 Jody Clute, local Phoenix resident and concerned citizen, provides information on a hearing Tuesday, Sept 11th, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. at Phoenix City Hall, First Floor

Arizona’s #1 “nut-job”

… It saddens me to need to admit all lunatic “nut-cases” do not reside only in Maricopa County or govern our state …

clip_image003…it becomes understandable when one discovers Judge clip_image001Hatch was appointed to her position by Arizona’s #1 “nut-job” … Jan Brewer …. finger-wagging governor of Arizona … champion of SB1070 … friend to private prison operator CCA … 

? … does corporate media ever tell the truth

? … does corporate media

ever tell the truth …

 

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NYT disinfo assault on organics only makes the media look completely out of touch with reality
(NaturalNews) The mainstream media’s misinformation blitz following the recent release of the infamous Stanford University organic food study has sunk to an incredible new low. Based on his own misguided delusions of what the study actually concluded…

 

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Busted! Co-author of Stanford study that bashed organics found to have deep ties to Big Tobacco’s anti-science propaganda
(NaturalNews) (This article is jointly authored by Mike Adams of NaturalNews.com and Anthony Gucciardi of NaturalSociety.com) Over the last several days, the mainstream media has fallen for an elaborate scientific…

What, I’m confused … is this also Obama’s fault …?

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… What, I’m confused … is this also Obama’s fault …?

Oh, but it is so much easier than

 

clip_image002… Oh, but it is so much easier than looking in any mirror and admit “we” elected the Governor and Legislature who cut school funding by more than 21% in one year … but who can always find $$$ for her $pecial Contributor$ … CCA (private prisons)… Mines … Lobbyi$tS …

? … in what direction do you want to go from here

clip_image002… “Be afraid, be very afraid … birthed by “W” Bush/Cheney and their corporate owned ‘cronies’ on both sides of the isle … 

? … in what direction do you want to go from here …

it’s OK for corporate owned government agencies to $PY on you … but

…What don’t you get … it’s OK for corporate owned government agencies to $PY on you … but … don’t for a minute think you can spy on them…

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09-08-2012   Carole Cadwalladr, The Observer …  
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Spalding railway station in Lincolnshire is not a big place. It takes me about two seconds to scan the platform and spot who I’m looking for: Jake Davis, aka Topiary, the computer hacker who at one point last year was the subject of one of the biggest manhunts on the planet.

For a period in 2011, LulzSec – an offshoot of Anonymous, the internet “hacktivist” collective who came to prominence around the time of the Wikileaks affair – wreaked a trail of chaos across the web. Their actions ranged from the transgressive – they had taken down the CIA’s website and hacked into Sony’s database and released more than a million user names and passwords – to the absurd: after the American network PBS aired a critical documentary about Julian Assange, LulzSec hacked into their website and replaced the homepage with an article about Tupac Shakur, the (very much dead) rapper, which bore the headline “Tupac Still Alive in New Zealand”. During the Arab spring, members of the group hacked and defaced Tunisian and Egyptian government sites. One hacker,Tflow (later discovered to be a 16-year-old London schoolboy), allegedly wrote a webscript that enabled activists to circumvent government snooping.

LulzSec had also hacked into the website of Soca, the UK’s Serious Organised Crime Agency, and replaced the front page of the Sun online with a “report” that Rupert Murdoch had been found dead (with a helpful hint for the FBI in the closing paragraph: he’d been found, it said, “in his famous topiary garden”).