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NASA confirms ‘oil rain’ in the Gulf coast

NASA confirms ‘oil rain’ in the Gulf coast

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j5HqR8AdC7w

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

US awards first deepwater permit post-Gulf spill

Man Paralyzed By BP’s Gulf Oil Spill

 



Hillary: Too much money in drugs to legalize

Hillary: Too much money to be lost if you legalize drugs

Drug War Chronicle
February 2, 2011


Hillary Clinton: There’s just too much money in drugs to legalize

In an interview on Monday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave a very precise demonstration in how to dramatically misconstrue the fundamentals of drug prohibition. It’s one of those perfectly incoherent explanations that would be almost comedic if it weren’t for the tens of thousands who get murdered in the streets thanks to logic like this.

QUESTION: In Mexico, there are those who propose not keeping going with this battle and legalize drug trafficking and consumption. What is your opinion?

SECRETARY CLINTON: I don’t think that will work. I mean, I hear the same debate. I hear it in my country. It is not likely to work. There is just too much money in it, and I don’t think that – you can legalize small amounts for possession, but those who are making so much money selling, they have to be stopped. They can’t be given an even easier road to take, because they will then find it in their interest to addict even more young people. Mexico didn’t have much of a drug problem before the last 10 years, and you want to keep it that way. So you don’t want to give any excuse to the drug traffickers to be able legally to addict young people.

That’s interesting, because I don’t see the drug cartels taking over the coffee trade, even though it’s more addictive than space-meth and grows vigorously on the hillsides of Colombia. I can’t help but wonder what everyone on the left would say if this preposterous analysis came from Sarah Palin, rather than Hillary Clinton. It’s the sort of profound nonsense that ought to get you skewered by Jon Stewart, yet our Secretary of State will almost certainly get a free pass on misunderstanding literally everything about the escalating violence below our border.

More here if you can handle it.

 

Hillary and Bill Clinton Laundering Cocaine Money

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8438833120507357139#

 



Man Paralyzed By BP’s Gulf Oil Spill

Man Paralyzed By BP’s Gulf Oil Spill

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCSGIU7idIs

BP’s Toxic Legacy

Toxins Found in Gulf Coast Residents’ Blood

 



US Government Helped Underwear Bomber Through Security

US Government Helped Underwear Bomber Through Security

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

US Government Allowed Flight 253 to Happen

Terrorist Allowed on Plane Without Passport

Flight 253 Terrorist Was Aided by Wealthy Indian Man

 



BP’s Toxic Legacy

BP’s Toxic Legacy

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

Heavy Metals and Arsenic Found in People Living in the Gulf Coast

Up to 90% of oysters dead in Mississippi

 



CIA blocking lawsuit over experiments on troops

CIA blocking lawsuit over experiments on troops

Raw Story
August 27, 2010

An advocacy group working on behalf of Vietnam veterans has asked a federal judge in California to sanction the CIA, saying the spy agency has been blocking efforts to uncover its role in alleged experiments on US soldiers from the 1950s to 1970s.

The Vietnam Veterans of America filed a lawsuit on behalf of six Vietnam War veterans in January, 2009, claiming that the CIA had used an estimated 7,800 US service members as “guinea pigs” in experiments involving “at least 250, but as many as 400 chemical and biological agents,” according to Courthouse News.

Among the chemicals the lawsuit alleges were used on the soldiers were LSD, sarin and phosgene nerve gases, cyanide, PCP and even THC, the active ingredient in marijuana.

The lawsuit described it as a “vast program of human experimentation” that was “shrouded in secrecy” and carried out without the informed consent of the experiment subjects.

“In 1970, [the CIA] provided Congress with an alphabetical list showing that they had tested 145 drugs during Projects Bluebird, Artichoke, MKULTRA and MKDELTA,” the lawsuit stated, as quoted at Courthouse News.

As the defendant in the suit, the CIA is obliged, by judge’s orders, to hand over data relevant to the lawsuit. But the VVA has asked a judge to sanction the CIA, saying the agency has ignored or blocked its requests for information, and has released only a small portion of the relevant documents.

The VVA’s first attempts to obtain CIA data on the experiments “have been pending for over a year, during which time [the CIA] have attempted to sidestep their discovery obligations at every turn, withholding (or even refusing to search for) large volumes of relevant, responsive documents [and] refusing to provide … witnesses to testify about their document searches and certain substantive topics,” the motion (PDF), filed in a California federal court this week, states.

The VVA says the CIA had refused to use “a routine protective order” that would restrict any sensitive CIA data to within the courtroom, and instead blacked out large parts of relevant documents. The plaintiffs say the CIA refused to provide the names of the test subjects involved, allowing only the names of the six defendants who filed the lawsuit.

“Even more unbelievably, it appears that defendants have yet to search even the most obvious location for documents — Edgewood Arsenal itself,” the motion states, referring to the location northeast of Baltimore where the experiments are said to have been carried out.

The motion states the CIA “served no responses or objections whatsoever” to the VVA’s second and third requests for information.

The motion asks that the judge, in addition to sanctioning the CIA, also order the CIA to pay the VVA’s costs associated with its attempts to obtain CIA information.

Judge James Larson of the US District Court in northern California will begin hearing arguments in the case on Sept. 29.

The VVA describes itself as “the only national Vietnam veterans organization congressionally chartered and exclusively dedicated to Vietnam-era veterans and their families.”

A 2003 report (PDF) from the Department of Veterans Affairs states that “between 1950 and 1975, about 6,720 soldiers took part in experiments involving exposures to 254 different chemicals, conducted at US Army Laboratories at Edgewood Arsenal, MD. Congressional hearings into these experiments in 1974 and 1975 resulted in disclosures, notification of subjects as to the nature of their chemical exposures, and ultimately to compensation for a few families of subjects who had died during the experiments.”

CIA Released Dengue-Infected Mosquitoes on U.S. Population

CIA Sprayed LSD on French Village

US planned nerve gas tests on Australian soldiers

Soldiers Sue Over Being Nerve Gas Guinea Pigs

Pentagon Poised To Resume Open Air Bio-Weapons Testing

 



Government Propaganda: 74% of Gulf Oil Gone

Government Propaganda: 74% of Gulf Oil Gone

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VfN7lcRInQ

 

Satellite Photos Show Oil Covering 12,000 Square Miles of the Gulf

BP Gulf Oil Spill Satellite Image July 28th, 2010

Scientists question government team’s report of shrinking gulf oil spill

75 percent oil from Gulf of Mexico spill is gone: official

Obama declares MISSION ACCOMPLISHED in the Gulf