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Israel’s Nuclear Arsenal and Weapons of Mass Destruction: A Threat to World Peace

By John Steinbach | Global Research | March 2002

“Should war break out in the Middle East again,… or should any Arab nation fire missiles against Israel, as the Iraqis did, a nuclear escalation, once unthinkable except as a last resort, would now be a strong probability.” …

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Out-of-body experiences are more common than we may know ...

One in five people, according to one study, have had one or more out-of-body experiences in their lives. Troy Evans, a graphics designer in Minneapolis, suddenly finds himself experiencing an out-of-body, and listening in on a conversation in a hotel in Philadelphia – over 1000 miles away, where four high-ranking officials of the US government are planning a major domestic attack on the nation, attributing it to “terrorism” – in order to fuel their agenda for more war, military aggression and to grow the machinery of national and international intelligence surveillance. 50 more words


Surveillance court OKs NSA phone metadata collection for six more months

“Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose, well, at least for 180 days,” US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) Judge Michael W. Mosman wrote on Monday, as he jauntily granted an extension to the National Security Agency’s (NSA’s) bulk collection of phone metadata. 577 more words


Greenlighting more NSA snooping, surveillance court judge gets...snippy

In the words of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court Judge Michael Mosman: “Plus ya change, plus c’est la meme chose” –  for, as he cheerfully points out,  the next 180 days. 375 more words


NSA Wiretapped Two French Finance Ministers: WikiLeaks

The U.S. National Security Agency wiretapped the communications of two successive French finance ministers and collected information on French export contracts, trade and budget talks, according to a report by WikiLeaks. 386 more words


Intelligence community loves its new Amazon cloud

U.S. intelligence agencies moving from legacy systems to new cloud computing infrastructure built by Amazon Web Services are pretty happy about it thus far, according to a report in… 439 more words