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Potential False Flag Attack To Be Blamed On Muslims Foiled

Potential False Flag Attack To Be Blamed On Muslims Foiled

Paul Joseph Watson
Prisonplanet.com
January 26, 2010

A possible false flag terror attack to be blamed on Muslims has been foiled after a Navy vet was busted with a grenade launcher, assault rifles and hundreds of rounds of ammunition, as well as Arab headdress, in New Jersey yesterday. Initial media reports speculated that the man was planning a terrorist attack on a U.S. military base in the area.

“Lloyd Woodson, 43, whose last known address was Reston, Va., today faces multiple offenses, including second-degree unlawful weapons possession and fourth-degree possession of prohibited weapons, Somerset County Prosecutor Wayne Forrest said,” reports the New Jersey Star Ledger.

“Branchburg police confronted Woodson at 3:55 a.m. at the Quick Chek convenience store on Route 28 after receiving a call reporting a suspicious person. Branchburg Patrolman Steven Cronce noticed a large bulge beneath the green, military-style jacket that Woodson was wearing, which was later determined to be the assault rifle with a defaced serial number, Forrest said.”

After searching his hotel room, police found a grenade launcher, hundreds .50-caliber and .308-caliber rounds, a police scanner, as well as “Middle Eastern red and white traditional headdress”.

“The man may have had plans to attack a U.S. military base,” reported Fox New Jersey, adding that the amount of weapons he had led police to suspect he was a terrorist.

The FBI were remarkably swift in distancing the man from any link with terrorists, despite the fact that his deadly arsenal was accompanied by maps of a military facility.

“The FBI said a man charged with multiple weapons offenses after a cache of weapons and maps of a military facility were found in his New Jersey motel room has no known terrorism link,” reported the Associated Press this morning.

Imagine if a Muslim had been busted with grenade launchers, assault rifles, and maps of military facilities. Authorities and the media would instantly claim he was part of an Al-Qaeda conspiracy and launch all kinds of fearmongering about the inevitability of getting hit again by terrorists unless we give up our rights – just as they did in the aftermath of the failed underwear bombing incident.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkS1L1kly-o

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Mandatory Flu Vaccines For Children In New Jersey

Mandatory Flu Vaccines For Children In New Jersey

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EO9Hy6L1BI

 



New Jersey Mayor Considers Martial Law Curfew

New Jersey Mayor Considers Martial Law Curfew

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXhwJWauHCY

 

EOK Parliament: Attempted Shutdown

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-GsKn4-CF0

Innocent trainspotter suspected of being a terrorist by police after taking photos of trains

Coffee, Tea, or Should We Feel Your Pregnant Wife’s Breasts Before Throwing You in a Cell at the Airport and Then Lying About Why We Put You There?

 



Government wants 75% American water fluoridated by 2010

U.S. government wants 75% American water fluoridated by 2010

Reuters
July 11, 2008

Water systems serving about 30 percent of Americans are not giving them fluoridated water, six decades after fluoridation was started as a public health measure to prevent tooth decay, officials said on Thursday.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention hails the reduction in dental cavities due to adding fluoride to public water supplies as one of the top 10 public health achievements of the 20th century.

Most Americans get their water from municipal or regional community water systems. A new CDC report showed that as of 2006, 69 percent of people in the United States who get water from these systems received fluoridated water, up from 65 percent in 2000 and 62 percent in 1992.

That means that while 184 million Americans get fluoridated water from community water systems, 82 million do not.

“This is one of the dirty little secrets — that the whole nation has not yet embraced fluoridation of water, which has enormous public health benefits,” Dr. Georges Benjamin, executive director of the American Public Health Association, said in a telephone interview.

Fluoridation of public water supplies was introduced in 1945 in Grand Rapids, Mich.

“It’s still an under-utilized, very effective public health measure,” Dr. William Bailey of the CDC’s Division of Oral Health, who led the report, said in a telephone interview.

Some major cities still do not fluoridate their water supplies, including: San Diego; Portland, Ore.; Honolulu, Hawaii; and Wichita, Kansas. San Diego has committed to begin fluoridating its water by May 2010.

In California, the most populous of the 50 U.S. states, only 27 percent of people served by community systems were getting fluoridated water as of 2006, the CDC said. Only Hawaii (8 percent) and New Jersey (23 percent) were lower.

Fluoridation has remained controversial among some people. In fact, some opponents in the 1950s denounced it as a communist plot, which was lampooned in director Stanley Kubrick’s 1964 Cold War satire “Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb.”

Current opponents argue the fluoride being added to water may cause a health problems such as weak bones and bone cancer, an assertion the CDC rejects.

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U.S. Pushing Water Fluoridation Agenda
http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20080710..oQwYCtIVeodvtYD5cXIr0F

Scientific Study Finds Fluoride Horror Stories Factual
http://www.prisonplanet.com/articl..8_fluoride_horror.htm

 



NJ Lawmakers Consider Fast Food Tax
June 3, 2008, 12:09 pm
Filed under: food crisis, food tax, gas prices, new jersey, Oil, tax, Uncategorized

NJ Lawmakers Consider Fast Food Tax

CBS
April 30, 2008

he sputtering economy has caused an increase in prices of many staples including gasoline, rice, ice cream, even beer. Now some lawmakers in New Jersey are considering taking food taxes a step further and install a proverbial “sin” tax on fast food.

Yes, the idea of marking up your favorite fast food burger or pack of fries is actually being tossed around, and it’s not settling well with many residents.

“They’re taxing everything. Now you’re gonna tax fast food? That’s crazy,” said Newark resident Miriam Robertson.

Added Livingston resident Tina Abrahamian: “No one wants to be taxed. I mean, it’s a necessity to eat and people need to eat and with everything skyrocketing, that’s the last thing we want to tax.”

The thought of taxing a Big Mac or a Wendy’s burger came up at a New Jersey Hospital Association meeting where Gov. Jon S. Corzine was asked if it could be an option to help fund struggling hospitals. At the meeting, he reportedly called it a “constructive suggestion.”

A spokesperson for the governor, however, told CBS 2 on Wednesday:

“The governor is open to reasonable solutions to help solve our financing problems, but there are no plans for any fast food tax.”

State Sen. Richard Codey has been quoted as saying a tax on fast food “is a tax on the poor.” And plenty of residents agree.

“[It cost] $12.86 for [fries] and this little chicken wrap, and they want to tax that? You’re serious?” asked Newark resident Saladine Fuller. “If they raise it, I’ll stop buying it.”

Still, some say taxing fast food isn’t such a bad idea.

“I think this country has gone too much in the direction of fast and unhealthy food, and if people are taxed they may terminate that and turn toward more healthy foods,” said West Orange resident Maureen Felix.

For now, the fast food tax is just an idea. Detroit lawmakers once toyed with it, but it never passed into law.

 



Oil Rises $109, Gasoline Hits Record $3.32

Crude Oil Prices Rise Over $109 A Barrel

AHN
April 7, 2008

Crude oil surged by $2 per barrel on Monday after the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries official indicated the cartel will not decide to increase production.

The prices rallied after OPEC Secretary General Abdullah al-Badri indicated that the cartel is producing enough oil for the market.

OPEC’s production of oil fell down by 0.3 percent to an average 32.35 million barrels a day last month, according to a Bloomberg News survey of oil companies, producers and analysts.

“Comments from OPEC saying the market is well supplied seemed to provide support,” MF Global analyst Michael Fitzpatrick, referring to crude, told MarketWatch news report.

Crude oil for May delivery gained as much as $2.35, or 2.2 percent to $108.58 a barrel around noon on the New York Mercantile Exchange.

While, the futures hovered above $109 a barrel mark and reaching to $109.20, which is the largest surge in the prices since March 18.

“OPEC is doing its best to contribute to stability,” Mohammed al-Sada told reporters on Monday in Doha, where he is attending an oil and gas conference, according to Bloomberg news report. “Speculation and geopolitics are causing high prices.”

 

Survey: Gas Prices Rise to New Record

AHN
April 7, 2008

Gas prices leapt more than 5 cents in the past two weeks, reaching an all-time record of $3.32 per gallon, the latest nationwide gas price poll reveals.

The Lundberg Survey, released April 4, compared prices at about 7,000 gas stations for the past two weeks. Publisher Trilby Lundberg said the average price surpassed the $3.26 per gallon record set in the March 21 survey.

Poll figures pegged the average price of self-serve regular gasoline at $3.32 a gallon, mid-grade was $3.44 and premium was $3.55 for this period.

The survey also found the cheapest gasoline price in Newark, N.J., where a gallon of regular cost $3.03 on average. The most expensive was in San Francisco at $3.72 per gallon.

A trucker’s view of the US economy
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/7217186.stm

Military Feels Fuel Cost Gouge In Iraq
http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D8VPUU5G0&show_article=1

Truckers Clog NJ Turnpike To Protest Gas Prices
http://www.wnbc.com/news/15762598/detail.html

Iran To OPEC: Stop Sales In U.S. Dollars
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/2008..t=AipFvP25_oCpHO.Vzk_y1xJv24cA

OPEC: Market Has Enough Oil
http://biz.yahoo.com/rb/080405/iran_opec.html?.v=2&printer=1

Gas prices affecting farmers too
http://www.kswo.com/Global/story.asp?S=8068292&nav=menu495_1

 



Author of the REAL-ID Act Gets Confronted

Author of the REAL-ID Act Gets Confronted

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Apblj9X2EY

 

New Jersey E-ZPass Tracks Drivers Not on Toll Roads

The Newspaper.com
February 12, 2008

Drivers who use E-ZPass toll transponders are having their movements recorded even when driving on free public roads. New Jersey Star-Ledger columnist Paul Mulshine confirmed that the state’s department of transportation uses E-ZPass scanners to know when, for example, a motorist drives to the mall on Route 24 in the Short Hills area.

“This isn’t some kind of surveillance,” New Jersey DOT spokesman Erin Phalon told the Star-Ledger.

Instead, the official purpose of the program is counting traffic volume. The http://www.njcommuter.com website keeps track of traffic volume and accidents on important routes statewide. It is not clear whether the state has access to the identity of the motorists involved, because the New Jersey E-ZPass terms and conditions fail to disclose even the public tracking program.

“Nor are we liable for any third party act taken by reason of your use or display of the E-ZPass tag,” the terms and conditions state.

Toll transponder companies frequently hand over sensitive personal information regarding the movements of individual motorists in cases involving divorce and similar proceedings.

Homeland Security easing immigrant background checks
http://www.mcclatchydc.com/homepage/story/27280.html

Mexico’s President to meet with David Rockefeller and Fed President
http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5j..t0B66uusow1AK7k7w

What is the ‘North American Union’?