Thursday, June 17, 2010

new world next week - jun17

afghanitreasure, 9/11 docs destroyed, iarpa is watching*

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new world next week - jun17Welcome to another important episode of the New World Next Week - the weekly video series from & that uncovers some of the most important developments in alternative news & open source intelligence. This week:
Story #1: US Identifies Vast Riches of Minerals in Afghanistan
Related: No, the US Didn't Just 'Discover' a $1T Afghan Motherlode
Related: Pentagon Report in April Never Mentioned $1T in Afghan Wealth

Story #2: SEC: Government Destroyed Documents Regarding Pre-9/11 Put Options
Flashback: SEC Finds No Sign 9/11 Conspirators Bet on Attacks
Background: History Commons' Archive of Insider Trading & Other Foreknowledge

Story #3: IARPA Wants to Scan Your YouTube Clips for Terror Threats
Related: War is Coming - A War of Ones & Zeroes
Background: Panopticon & Surveillance
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