Red Pill Media Network

Archive for March 30th, 2011|Daily archive page

Al-Qaeda 100% Pentagon Run

In News & Analysis on March 30, 2011 at 9:31 pm

Infowars.com
March 30, 2011

A video on this will be released in a few hours. In the meantime:

Libyan Rebel Leader Admits Links To “Al Qaeda” Fighters

Libyan Rebel Leader Admits Connection to CIA al-Qaeda Asset in Iraq

9/11 Mastermind Invited to Pentagon

Al Qaeda Leader Dined at the Pentagon Just Months After 9/11

Contrived Propaganda Tapes Reveal War On Terror Fraud

Al-Qaeda Is A Front Group For The US Military-Industrial Complex

Al-Zarqawi Video Is A Pentagon Propaganda Psy-Op

11 Reasons Why The Threat From Al-Qaeda is Not Real

Who is behind “Al Qaeda in Iraq”? Pentagon acknowledges fabricating a “Zarqawi Legend”

Print this page.

 

Advertisements

Caught On Tape: Fed Admits It is Private

In News & Analysis on March 30, 2011 at 9:29 pm

Knox Harrington
Infowars.com
March 30, 2011

Monday was a beautiful day for a protest against the Federal Reserve in Helena, Montana. Restore the Republic called for a nationwide revolt again the Fed a week ago, so Nick Danger (www.somethingmustbreak.net) and I brought the girls along with us and began exercising our freedom of speech but as soon as we tried to go in an interview someone in the building, we are pushed off  the property.

This exposes that even now the Federal Reserve admits that the we were on private property, and that the Federal Reserve banking cartel is in fact a PRIVATE entity, and NOT Federal at all. The man with the push-broom under his nose came out of the locked building, and refuses to answer questions, refuses to be identified, and tells us to get on OUR side of the fence. What kind of honest, private business keeps their doors closed during working hours and refuses to be identified? Only the families that own stock in the fraudulent banking cartel may share a piece of the “wealth” accumulated, not the American people. So the richest 2 percent of the world share in the plunder of the middle class, making them serfs in a neo-feudalist society.

We interviewed people on the streets, and surprisingly many of them knew that FED is illegal under the Constitution, but some didn’t. The solution to the FED is to establish state banks around the country that issue digital gold and silver, and Montana will be looking to jump on the gold/silver bandwagon with other states including Idaho and South Dakota. This is probably the only way we can guarantee state sovereignty under the Constitution and it is addressed in my new film, “Dreams of Liberty: Panacea”
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8d20r-F3lC0

The premier of my film “Dreams of Liberty: Panacea”  will be screening for the first time ever at the Roxy Theater, 7 pm, in Missoula, Montana, April 15th. The independent documentary addresses the Federal Reserve swindle and many other topics such as 9/11, the North American Union, and much much more. The trailer is here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NuoPbKsMnoE

“A timely, controversial, independent documentary about the advancement of tyranny in the name of security!  Featuring Ron Paul, Adam Kokesh and Jesse Ventura, Dreams of Liberty is a wake up call for the masses who take freedom for granted!  A+”
-Nick Danger, www.somethingmustbreak.net

Knox Harrington’s website is www.battleforjustice.com.

Print this page.

Fukushima Nuke Plant Now in Full Meltdown

In News & Analysis on March 30, 2011 at 9:24 pm

Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
March 30, 2011

Reactor number two at the Fukushima Daiichi has gone into full meltdown, although this is not being reported by the corporate media. The core has melted through the floor of the containment building and is now releasing large amounts of radiation.

Richard Lahey, who was head of safety research for boiling-water reactors at General Electric when the company installed the units at Fukushima, told the Guardian on Tuesday workers at the site appeared to have “lost the race” to save the reactor.

“The indications we have, from the reactor to radiation readings and the materials they are seeing, suggest that the core has melted through the bottom of the pressure vessel in unit two, and at least some of it is down on the floor of the drywell,” Lahey said. “I hope I am wrong, but that is certainly what the evidence is pointing towards.”

On March 12, the Japanese government assured its citizens there was no possiblity of a nuclear meltdown. Five days later, Japan’s nuclear agency raised tbe severity rating of the nuclear crisis from a Level 4 to Level 5 on a seven-level international scale.

On March 29, Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan said his government is in a state of maximum alert over high-level radiation leaked from the plant.

Also on Tuesday, it was reported that deadly plutonium had leaked from reactor number two. Japan’s Nuclear and Industrial Safety Agency insisted the leak was not harmful to human life.

Sakae Muto, Tokyo Electric vice-president, said the amount of plutonium-238, 239 and 240 released into the atmosphere was on par with past nuclear tests. “I apologize for making people worried,” he said.

Record-high readings of contaminated sea water were found near the plant, Bloomberg reports. Radioactive iodine in seawater rose to 3,355 times the regulated safety limit yesterday afternoon from 2,572 times earlier in the day, agency spokesman Hidehiko Nishiyama said. Nishiyama said the radiation is not a threat because there is no fishing in the area.

Experts say a reactor in meltdown will stop at or before the underlying soil of the containment structure, but will release massive amount of radiation into the atmosphere and ground causing extensive damage to plant and animal life. This process is now underway at the Fukushima Daiichi plant.

Meanwhile, there appears to be problems with a second nuclear plant. Tokyo Electric Power Co. said smoke was reported coming from the turbine building of reactor No. 1 at the Fukushima Daini nuclear power plant earlier today. The Fukushima Daini nuclear power plant is about 6 miles from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.

Print this page.