67Today's Top Stories and Stories Sent by Our Listeners
- Aug 19, 2002Top Stories Posted Today on Infowars.com:What a national ID card might look like.
Featuring the All-Seeing Eye and a Microchip Containing Biometric Info. What is Popular Science trying to tell us by using the NWO's logo and the name Winston Smith from Orwell's 1984?Thought Police Tech to Patrol Airports
NASA plans to read terrorist's minds at airportsOn 9/11, CIA Was Running Simulation of a Plane Crashing into a Building
National Law Enforcement and Security Institute to Meet Sept 6 in Chicago, Its Materials Include Documentation on how CIA's Fulton and his team at the CIA were running a pre-planned simulation to explore the emergency response issues that would be created if a plane were to strike a building -- on Sept 11th, 2001From a Gaming Site: "American Militia: Terrorists"You've Seen Websites Put out by the Pentagon, Training Your Children Through Video Games How to Kill People in a Bloodthirsty Fashion. There Is a Huge Proliferation of Similar Games and Gaming Sites. This One Classifies the Militia of the Second Amendment as Terrorists. Notice the Men in Ski Masks Are the "Good Guys"
Sounds Like a CIA Op
Canadian teaching Arabs to Use High-Powered Explosives on US Soil
INS Overload Frees Up Illegal Immigrants
The cell doors have been swinging open for illegal immigrants in Oklahoma.
Russia, Iraq near $40 billion pact
Iraq and Russia are close to signing a $40 billion economic cooperation plan, Iraq's ambassador said Saturday, a deal that could put Moscow at odds with the United States as it considers a military attack against Baghdad.
Stories Sent by Listeners:Alex and Violet,
here's the lead editorial in this mornings' Globe and Mail (Canada's National Newspaper)
When violating rights becomes the routinehttp://www.globeandmail.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/PEstory/TGAM/20020819/EDETAIN/Headlines/headdex/headdexEditorials_temp/1/1/3/;
From a Listener:Israel's F-16s said equipped to carry nuclear weapons
http://www.worthynews.com/zone.cgi?http://www.haaretzdaily.com/hasen/pages/ShArt.jhtml?itemNo=199177&contrassID=1&subContrassID=5&sbSubContrassID=0&listSrc=YFrom a Listener:Alex,I listen to the show often and I found an article of something that happened in houston this weekend that shows the Police State doesnt discriminate against age..Keep up the good fight brotherFrom a Listener:GPS PropagandaSomething to watch over youFrom a Listener:Alex,this incident reminded me how much we need more people like you to wake us all up. The police are going too far to "protect" us!Raid on Kmart lot leaves shock, anger
Teenagers, parents question arrests of 425 outside store