As many of you know, we have been tampering with weather for many years. I asked the question earlier in another article, “weather mods”, who is to blame when things go wrong?
How is it that they we can be so blind?
We must be ready for what they have planned. know your enemy, it is within our government.
Weather modification? What is going on now in the world of weather? According to www.newswithviews.com, 47 NOAA listed modification programs were currently active in 2005. These are private and government sponsored, unregulated and will have effects on every human. H.A.A.R.P. atmospheric heating program is just one experiment that is effecting the get stream. This I write after the storms hit the Midwest with death tolls still climbing. Could these puppeteers of climate be to blame? If so, how do we connect one experiment with deadly storms. How do we punish those that killed with weather. We must learn who and what is really happening and how it could appear that it is “just natural weather cycles”. It is not a coincident, it is not gods wrath, it is science and mans mistakes. We should all have knowledge of these experiments that effect our planet, don’t you think so ?
After doing my long overdue surf of my favorite sites I have realized that the amount of sites talking about the Bush Family, 911 and wanting to change America back to the land of the free,(and we cant forget Dicky and all the neo-cons), has grown tenfold since we started. We are loosing the battle as a web site but winning the war for our freedom. Thanks to all who visit Generationcobweb and a host of other sites, trying to find the truth behind the lies we are fed. Blessed are those who design their own site and get involved.
We have got to win. This is our country.We are the people who make up the US.
33 people dead, the deadliest school attack in U.S. history. But could it have been prevented?
Around 7:15 this morning, two people were killed, and others injured, in a dormitory on campus. Then, two hours later, at least 30 more people were killed in a related attack across campus. My question is this: Is it campus policy to keep classes open when there has been a multiple-murder on campus, and the murderer has yet to be apprehended? That’s right. Classes were open. Students, faculty, and staff weren’t notified until two hours later when e-mails were sent and students saw armed officers swarming the campus. It wasn’t until 10:00 that the school newspaper stated that the campus was on lockdown, and not until 10:20 that classes were cancelled.
An editorial in the New York Times yesterday pointed out, for those of us who didn’t realize it, that the Bush administration had inserted two provisions into last October’s defense budget bill that would make it easier to declare martial law in the US.
The two front-runners in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination traded jabs Wednesday over remarks made by a Hollywood mogul and a powerful South Carolina lawmaker.
A top Democratic Party foreign policy specialist said on Friday that a “very small group” of conservatives is unfairly accusing him of being at the center of a “vast conspiracy” to implement the idea of a “North American Union” by “stealth.”Clinton, Obama camps mix it up verbally
THE US GOVERNMENT is planning to force bloggers who criticise Congress and organise grassroot causes to register themselves or face jail time.
According to GrassrootsFreedom.com, under Section 220 of S. 1, the lobbying reform bill currently before the Senate, bloggers who have more than 500 readers will have to register and report quarterly to Congress just like lobbiests or go to jail.
Until now, mail could only be read by the government with a warrant. But this is set to change with the postal reform bill signed by Bush last month.
The Pentagon has drafted a manual for upcoming detainee trials that would allow suspected terrorists to be convicted on hearsay evidence and coerced testimony and imprisoned or put to death.
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Earlier this month during Senate Judiciary Committee hearings, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales claimed there is no express right to habeas corpus in the U.S. Constitution.