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Government in Ukraine Resigns

  Government in Ukraine Resigns     Published by NextNewsNetwork The Prime Minister of the Ukraine, Mykola Azarov, resigned his position, along with his cabinet, who also left their posts. This follows months of unrest in the former Soviet Republic. Serhiy Arbuzov, the first deputy prime minister, has taken over the position as Prime Minister. […]

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Pentagon finishes contingency plans for Syria invasion

Source: http://rt.com Officials with the US Department of Defense have confirmed that the Pentagon has finalized procedures that outline how American forces could soon combat the government of war-torn Syria and officially involve itself in that state’s bloody uprising. After months of rumors suggesting that the US has unofficially made efforts to weaponize rebel forces […]


Homeland Security monitoring web for anti-government sentiment and signs of social unrest

Source: http://www.naturalnews.com by: J. D. Heyes How out-of-hand has the “war on terror” become? So much so that now, the Department of Homeland Security has taken to monitoring social media Web sites trolling for would-be terrorists, as if the world’s most dangerous killers were Tweeting their plans. Only, DHS isn’t just trolling for terrorists by […]


Group Forces Congressional Hearing On Big Sis’ Twitter, Drudge Spying

Source: http://www.infowars.com Homeland Security is monitoring the web for anti-government sentiment and signs of social unrest Steve Watson Infowars.com A privacy advocacy group has swayed Congress to hold a hearing next week into the Department of Homeland Security’s practice of monitoring social networks such as Twitter and Facebook, as well as media reports and organizations, […]


Indefinite Detention of American Citizens: Coming Soon to Battlefield U.S.A.

Source: http://www.rollingstone.com There’s some disturbing rhetoric flying around in the debate over the National Defense Authorization Act, which among other things contains passages that a) officially codify the already-accepted practice of indefinite detention of “terrorist” suspects, and b) transfer the responsibility for such detentions exclusively to the military. The fact that there’s been only some […]