newslog 23 July 2009


Richard Moore

David Swanson answers: “How’s Obama doing so far?”
Let’s talk about the disparity between Peace Candidate Obama and President Obama. Those who supported Obama for his promise to get us   out of ill-advised adventures overseas have been sorely disappointed.  Is the President caught in a quagmire that would have caught anyone   who succeeded Bush?
No. The President is caught in a quagmire he is actively engaged in worsening and prolonging.

Global Research: secret WHO program of forced vaccinations
By Jane Burgermeister 
The WHO has refused to release the Minutes of a key meeting of an advisory vaccine group – packed with executives from Baxter, Novartis and Sanofi – that recommended compulsory vaccinations in the USA, Europe and other countries against the artificial H1N1 “swine flu” virus this autumn.
In an email this morning, a WHO spokesperson claimed there are no Minutes of the meeting that took place on July 7th in which guidelines on the need for worldwide vaccinations that WH0 adopted this Monday were formulated and in which Baxter and other pharma executives participated.

What are the Origins of Swine Flu? Is the H1N1 Virus Endemic in Canada’s Hog Farms? 
The Case of British Columbia 
By Alex Roslin 
Global Research, July 22, 2009 
More than two months after the initial outbreak, it’s still not clear how the flu started. The most accepted explanation is that a farm worker at a massive swine operation in Mexico got the virus from a pig and carried it into the wider population, where it spread without any more involvement from pigs.
But a closer look at the data on H1N1 cases in B.C. and the rest of Canada suggests the pandemic has a much closer relationship with pig farming than suspected. That relationship is especially striking in the most serious cases of the flu that have caused hospitalization and death.

Paul Craig Roberts: Can The Economy Recover?
Global Research, July 21, 2009 
Information Clearing House – 2009-07-15 
There is no economy left to recover. The US manufacturing economy was lost to offshoring and free trade ideology. It was replaced by a mythical “New Economy.”
The “New Economy” was based on services. Its artificial life was fed by the Federal Reserve’s artificially low interest rates, which produced a real estate bubble, and by “free market” financial deregulation, which unleashed financial gangsters to new heights of debt leverage and fraudulent financial products.