Archiv für 28. April 2007

Klima-Dissident Professor Gerhard Gerlich

Von Gerhard Wisnewski

Heute hat Bundesumweltminister Sigmar Gabriel (SPD) einen Acht-Punkte-Plan zur Senkung des Kohlendioxid-Ausstoßes bis 2020 um 40 Prozent im Vergleich zu 1990 vorgelegt. In einer enormen Kraftanstrengung sollen in Deutschland viele Millionen Tonnen des angeblich schädlichen Klimagases Kohlendioxid weniger emittiert werden. Im Hinblick auf die „Klimakatastrophe“ vergebliche Liebesmüh‘, meint der Physikprofessor Gerhard Gerlich. Für ihn sind Treibhauseffekt und Klimakatastrophe durch CO2 ausgemachter Humbug. Heute sprach ich mit ihm über Treibhäuser, CO2 und gekaufte Wissenschaft.

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„By the time the government finds out, you’ll be in the hole thirty days“ 9/11 Truther is Told By Officer Who Admits to False Accusation of Having a Bomb

Aaron Dykes & Alex Jones
Prison Planet
Saturday, April 28, 2007

Two persons identifying themselves as New York police officers interrupted a 9/11 Truth demonstration on a public sidewalk in front of the new WTC 7 Building to intimidate free speech, stating „Larry [Silverstein] doesn’t want to hear it,“ before accusing We Are Change founder Luke Rudkowski of having a bomb and that his cell phone was „a gun.“

The officer was apparently responding to refusals to stop filming (mehr …)

Rosie Hosts First Responders On The View

Veröffentlicht: 28. April 2007 von infowars in 911Truth, Alex Jones, Gesundheit, Terror, USA, Video Clips

It was refreshing to see this issue get some prime time attention, but it appears that the fact of the EPA deliberately endangering the 9/11 heroes and then engaging in a cover-up in concert with Condi Rice was not stressed strongly enough, but well done to Rosie for getting this past the Neo-Con gatekeepers at ABC.

From Hitler to Pinochet and beyond, history shows there are certain steps that any would-be dictator must take to destroy constitutional freedoms. And, argues Naomi Wolf, George Bush and his administration seem to be taking them all

Tuesday April 24, 2007
The Guardian

Last autumn, there was a military coup in Thailand. The leaders of the coup took a number of steps, rather systematically, as if they had a shopping list. In a sense, they did. Within a matter of days, democracy had been closed down: the coup leaders declared martial law, sent armed soldiers into residential areas, took over radio and TV stations, issued restrictions on the press, tightened some limits on travel, and took certain activists into custody. (mehr …)