I’m worth more than a measly $20bn, Saudi prince tells Forbes: ” publicly severed ties with Forbes magazine after a spat”

EEV: Two words – Arab Spring Alwaleed bin Talal says he is worth at least $30bn Nikhil Kumar Tuesday, 5 March 2013 The Prince is not pleased. Alwaleed bin Talal, a grandson of Saudi Arabia’s founder, King Abdulaziz bin Saud, and nephew of the current monarch, King Abdullah, has publicly severed ties with Forbes magazine…

Forced contraception of Jewish Ethopian women is tip of global iceberg

A report claims Israel pressured women to reduce its poor black population. Reproductive rights need defending across the world Lisa Hallgarten  guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 30 January 2013 06.58 EST   The hands of an Ethiopian Jewish woman during ‘Sigd’ prayers in Jerusalem. A report has revealed ‘Ethiopian women have been given injections of Depo-Provera without sufficient…

Monsanto insurance: USDA tells farmers to pay for avoiding troubles with agro-giant (Insurance against being sued by Monsanto)

Published: 22 November, 2012, 00:09 (Reuters / Robert Pratta) The United State Department of Agriculture has finalized a report to address concerns from farmers who fear they’ll be next on an ever-expanding list of defendants sued by biotech giants Monsanto, but those worries aren’t about to end. The Monsanto Company dominates more than just grow…

Kosovo Prime Minister owns Harem with 52 slaves

*Engineering Evil: Wow, I would really like double confirmation on this. Tuesday, 13 November 2012 A Ukraining woman who managed to escape from what she called “World’s hell hole” gave an interview with details about Kosovo’s Prime Minister Hasim Thaci and his harem in which 52 slaves ‘worked’ day and night serving the prime minister…

Jimmy Savile abuse inquiry: third man arrested: “a former BBC producer, Wilfred De’Ath”

Jimmy Savile abuse inquiry: third man arrested Man in his 70s from Cambridgeshire, reported to be former BBC producer, arrested on suspicion of sexual offences and bailed Lisa O’Carroll guardian.co.uk,             Sunday 11 November 2012 11.04 EST Jimmy Savile is at the centre of sexual abuse allegations. Photograph: Getty Images A man arrested by police…

Kiwi TV host in Tory paedophile storm

Last updated 08:19 09/11/2012 A former New Zealand television host has come under fire after ambushing British Prime Minister David Cameron on live TV with a list of Tory party members he suspected of being paedophiles after a quick internet search. Presenter of UK breakfast show This Morning Phillip Schofield has issued an apology for…

Benghazi documents available to senators only today and tomorrow, when most senators are not in Washington

Benghazi documents available to senators only when they are out of town    Posted By Josh RoginThursday, November 8, 2012 – 12:16 PM Share Under pressure from senators, the State Department is allowing some lawmakers to look at cables and other documents related to the Sept. 11 attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, but…

Who pocketed Gaddafi’s billions? $150 Billion, who stole this money and where it is now?

Andrei Ontikov Nov 1, 2012 16:50 Moscow Time Photo: EPA NATO’s military campaign in Libya is remarkable, among other things, for the following two reasons. First – the damage that the air raids by the Western anti-Gaddafi alliance caused to Libya is estimated to be 7 times bigger than the damage which bombing by the…

FBI ordered to disclose “Going Dark” surveillance program: “police can place surveillance cameras on private property without a search warrant “

Posted by Mohit Kumar on 11/03/2012 05:47:00 AM | A federal judge ordered the FBI to  disclose more information about its “Going Dark”  surveillance  program, an initiative to extend its ability to wiretap virtually all forms of  electronic communications. . Why shocking ? because a federal judge  just ruled that police can place surveillance cameras…

Who ordered the sweet and sour pussies? Moment truck crammed with FIVE HUNDRED cats was stopped en route to restaurants in China

By David Baker PUBLISHED:16:55 EST, 1  November 2012| UPDATED:17:16 EST, 1 November 2012   These pictures show the disturbing moment a  truck crammed with 500 cats was stopped during a routine check – as it made its  way to restaurants across China. The neglected and hungry cats were piled  together in cages as the truck…