(Published Friday 17 June 2011 by Ethan Huff in Natural News) Millions of people eat and drink from plastic and styrofoam cups and containers every single day, and the US government now admits that many of these consumer products contain known cancer-causing agents. The formaldehyde preservatives found in many disposable coffee cups and foam take-out containers, as well as styrene, another chemical additive used in such products, have both been added to the federal government's list of known or suspected carcinogens. ...
(Published Sunday 19 June 2011 by Paul Craig Roberts in Global Research) While we were not watching, conspiracy theory has undergone Orwellian redefinition.
A “conspiracy theory” no longer means an event explained by a conspiracy. Instead, it now means any explanation, or even a fact, that is out of step with the government’s explanation and that of its media pimps. ...
Claims by Australian PM Gillard that participation in Afghan war is necessary to prevent Afghanistan again being used to launch terror attacks
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