Category: Rebellion

RT: Greece can easily slide into Civil War

Thursday, 08 November 2012 Greece risks sliding into a civil war, unless officials in Athens follow Iceland’s example and default on the country’s loans, journalist Charlie McGrath told RT. ­Charlie McGrath from Wide Awake News says Greece needs to admit to bankruptcy and start fresh from scratch. “The […]

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 […]

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 […]

Greek Journalists Arrested for Exposing How Bad Economy Is

Thursday, 01 November 2012 Another Greek journalist was arrested after threatening to expose damaging information about the country’s economy. This move comes in amid public protests against government media censorship following two high-profile cases. Facing public discontent and mass protests, Greece’s government has been curtailing free speech and […]

Canada lawmakers ban masks at protests

By Agence France-Presse Wednesday, October 31, 2012 21:23 EDT Topics: black bloc ♦ Blake Richards ♦ massive student protests OTTAWA — Parliament passed a ban on wearing masks at riots that punishes violations with up to 10 years behind bars in a bid to crack down on radical […]

Germany shocks EU with fiscal overlord demand, to Counter the competition Tsar the arch-enforcer of the EU machine. After taking on contingent liabilities of €2 trillion

Germany has stated its exorbitant price for keeping Greece in the euro and agreeing to mass bond purchases by the European Central Bank. Finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble dropped his bombshell in talks with German journalists on a flight from Asia. Photo: Reuters By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard 8:39PM BST 16 […]