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Government Report Faults US Gun Owners for Mexico's Violence

Posted: 21 Jun 2009 11:39 AM PDT

By NWV News writer Jim Kouri
Posted 1:00 AM Eastern
June 21, 2009
© 2009 NewsWithViews.com

[On Friday, June 19, 2009, the Government Accountability Office released a report to the US Congress regarding the so-called firearms problem in Mexico. NewswithViews.com studied the report for the following news story.]

"[This report may be] used in a phony attempt to show that the ban is needed. It even may be used as part of an outrageous attempt to argue that Americans have to give up some of their Second Amendment rights to an international authority so that international trafficking in firearms can be properly and efficiently regulated," warns gun rights expert John Snyder.

While the United States continues to allow borders to be left unprotected, the US Congress through its investigative arm -- the Government Accountability Office -- is blaming the violence occurring in Mexico on American gun owners........

Dennys Restaurant Albuquerque – Gunmen Kill 1

Posted: 20 Jun 2009 05:15 PM PDT

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Police in Albuquerque said a restaurant employee has been killed after several armed suspects attempted a takeover-style robbery at a packed Denny's Restaurant.

Police spokeswoman Officer Nadine Hamby said "multiple" armed suspects rushed the northwest Albuquerque restaurant at about 9:30 a.m. Saturday. As many as 100 people were inside.A female restaurant employee was shot and killed.Two people have been detained, but Hamby said it is unclear if they are robbery suspects.A police tactical team has surrounded a northwest Albuquerque home where other possible suspects are believed to have fled.

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More Fear: Swine flu 'could infect up to half the population'

Posted: 19 Jun 2009 10:00 PM PDT

Primary care trusts are to set up anti-viral drug distribution centres and swine flu testing clinics amid fears that the infection could spread out of control.

Proposed Law Allows AG Holder to Block Gun Sales to Over a Million Americans

Posted: 20 Jun 2009 12:00 AM PDT

New Jersey Democrat senator Frank R. Lautenberg plans to introduce legislation designed to cancel the Second Amend rights of well over a million U.S. citizens this coming week, according to the New York Times.

Its So Clear Now - Think About This...

Posted: 20 Jun 2009 09:33 PM PDT

1. Inflate the currency with Greenspan.
2. Create a 'crisis' and have the Congress and Federal Reserve issue the currency to cover bad debts.

Think about this for a second, the debt IS NOT REAL. But REAL Currency was issued to cover it.

Now ask yourself the following question - if they are moving all the money OFF THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES, WHY DID THEY DO IT?   Why can't they just keep the money HERE.  REMEMBER - THEY ARE THEIR OWN INFRASTRUCTURE.  In other words they are about to destroy their own banking infrastructure - the bricks and mortar.

Consider the following parable...

A Wealthy drug dealer owns a large yacht, and word is spreading of how he is using it to run drugs.  He knows he only has a small window of opportunity to get his wealth out.  So he empty's his yacht of its prized possessions and then takes it out and sinks it and claims the insurance money.

This is the same scenario.

Think about this folks!  THE FEDERAL RESERVE HAS NEVER BEEN AUDITED IN ITS ENTIRE HISTORY.  So WHY PRINT ALL THIS MONEY AND THEN SUDDENLY MOVE IT OFFSHORE?!  THE ANSWER IS THE YACHT IS ABOUT TO SINK FOLKS.  THEIR MOVING THEIR ASSETS OFF SHORE BECAUSE THERE WON'T BE A FEDERAL RESERVE OR A BANKING SYSTEM LEFT.  AND THE MORTGAGE 'CRISIS' IS JUST A COVER STORY WHILE THEY 'CLEAN OUT THEIR VAULT OF VALUABLES' BEFORE THEY EXIT THE SHIP AND SINK IT. 

What I am saying is you move all the assets BECAUSE THE PHYSICAL SYSTEM OR INFRASTRUCTURE WON'T BE THERE.  IN OTHER WORDS THE FEDERAL RESERVE WOULD BE DESTROYED.

This is the type of move you do right before you start detonating nukes and igniting city cores and declaring martial law.  Then it doesn't matter what happens - their assets are all moved.

However the last piece of the puzzle is this.

This means that they are moving their financial system BACK, NEW YORK IS PROBABLY NO LONGER THE WORLD CENTER. IT WILL GO BACK TO SOME OTHER CITY (LONDON? BABYLON? ISRAEL?)

So the new international monetary system would most likely be moved somewhere else, and a monument to their achievements would be left in the rubble pile (The Freedom Tower rising out of a burned out New York).

Russian strategic bombers complete Arctic patrol mission | Top Russian news and analysis online | 'RIA Novosti' newswire

Posted: 20 Jun 2009 08:11 PM PDT

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MOSCOW, June 17 (RIA Novosti) - Two Russian Tu-95 Bear strategic bombers have carried out a routine patrol flight over the Arctic, an Air Force spokesman said on Wednesday.

Lt. Col. Vladimir Drik said the bombers had spent over 12 hours in flight and were shadowed by two British Tornado and two Norwegian F-16 fighters.

Russia resumed strategic bomber patrol flights over the Pacific, Atlantic, and Arctic oceans in August 2007, following an order from then-president Vladimir Putin.

All flights by Russian aircraft are performed in strict compliance with international law on the use of airspace over neutral waters, without violating the borders of other states, Drik said.

 

Russia's Bulava missile 'will fly' - Navy chief | Top Russian news and analysis online | 'RIA Novosti' newswire

Posted: 20 Jun 2009 08:09 PM PDT

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MOSCOW, June 19 (RIA Novosti) - Russia will carry out the next test of a Bulava sea-launched ballistic missile in late July, and will conduct a total of four or five launches this year, the Navy commander said on Friday.

"The next launch is planned for the second half of July, and a total of four or five launches are planned in 2009," Adm. Vladimir Vysotsky said.

Despite five failures in 10 trials, the last unsuccessful trial being in December 2008, Russia's Defense Ministry is planning to complete Bulava tests and put the ICBM into service by the end of 2009.

"It will fly, it will definitely fly," Vysotsky told reporters.

The Russian military says the Bulava, along with Topol-M ballistic missiles, will become the backbone of Russia's nuclear triad.

The triad comprises land-based ballistic missile systems, nuclear-propelled submarines armed with sea-launched ballistic missiles, and strategic bombers carrying nuclear bombs and nuclear-capable cruise missiles.

The Bulava-M (SS-NX-30) ICBM carries up to 10 nuclear warheads and has a range of 8,000 kilometers (5,000 miles). The three-stage ballistic missile is designed for deployment on Borey-class Project 955 nuclear-powered submarines.

Currently, six types of silo-based and road-mobile ICBMs, including the heavy Voyevoda (SS-18 Satan), capable of carrying 10 warheads, and the Topol-M (Stalin), are in operational service with the Strategic Missile Forces.

The SMF reportedly has a total of 538 ICBMs, including 306 SS-25 Topol (Sickle) missiles and 56 SS-27 Topol-M missiles.

Intruder military plane awaits permission to leave India | Top Russian news and analysis online | 'RIA Novosti' newswire

Posted: 20 Jun 2009 08:02 PM PDT

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NEW DELHI, June 20 (RIA Novosti) - A Russian-made cargo aircraft that flouted the Indian airspace late on Friday is currently awaiting permission for take-off at Mumbai airport, an airport spokesman said on Saturday.

The Indian Air Force forced an An-124 plane, en route from the U.S. military base in Diego Garcia to Afghanistan's Kandahar, to land on suspicions that it was a military plane flying on a civilian flight code. It landed at Mumbai airport at 10:40 p.m. local time (17:10 GMT) on Friday, according to an airport source.

The aircraft owned by a private Russian airline, Volga-Dnepr, was carrying U.S. military goods, the Indian Air Force (IAF) said.

IAF spokesman T.K. Singha said the airline had applied for permission to fly over India to the country's Department of Civil Aviation, not to the Defense Ministry.

"For aircraft carrying military cargos there is a separate transit procedure, and the airline could not but know it," Singha told RIA Novosti.

The Antonov An-124 aircraft can carry cargos weighing up to 150 metric tons and is one of the world's largest cargo planes.

Talks between Russia and Ukraine are currently underway to resume its production at the Aviastar-SP plant in Ulyanovsk, a Russian city on the Volga.-

Mayor caught up in Americorp mess investigated by the FBI

Posted: 20 Jun 2009 07:57 PM PDT

File photo: Former NBA star player Kevin Johnson tells a story from his new desk as the Mayor of Sacramento on December 2, 2008 in Sacremento, California . Johnson was innaugurated earlier in the day. (Getty Images)

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The FBI is investigating allegations that an executive at a nonprofit founded by Mayor Kevin Johnson obstructed a federal inquiry into the group's spending.

Two months ago, Johnson and the St. HOPE Academy agreed to repay nearly $424,000 in federal grants to settle an investigation into whether the nonprofit misused AmeriCorps money.

Acting U.S. Attorney Lawrence G. Brown said he asked the FBI's Sacramento division to determine whether e-mails written by Johnson were deleted during the earlier investigation.

Allegations that e-mails may have been destroyed were disclosed in an April resignation letter from the group's former executive director, which was obtained by The Sacramento Bee.

Brown said he would not discuss the details of the current investigation........

Quarter of swine flu deaths in NYS

Posted: 20 Jun 2009 07:44 PM PDT

Swine flu deaths almost doubled nationwide in the past week, with more than a quarter of the new deaths in New York, including seven in the city, officials announced Friday.

The city Health Department reported the city's death toll rose to 30. There were no new fatalities on Long Island, where officials earlier this week reported its first three deaths linked to the H1N1 flu strain.

Nationally, the confirmed and probable case count rose to 21,449 this week, and the number of deaths reached 87, according to figures the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released Friday.

The tally is up from the last week's count of 18,000 cases and 44 deaths. The agency now updates its figures publicly each Friday........
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