Thursday, March 31, 2011

new world next week - mar31

new world next week: episode067 -
food inflation, libya + liberals, epa exposure

new world next week - mar31Welcome back to New World Next Week - the video series from Corbett Report & Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in alternative news & open source intelligence. This week:
Story #1: Food Inflation Kept Hidden in Tinier Bags
Flashback: How Wall Street Starves Millions & Gets Away With It

Story #2: Liberals Willing to Trade Blood & Treasure for Oil Profits Under Obama
Update: Obama Authorizes Secret Help for Libya Rebels

Story #3: EPA Helps Mainstream Media Obscure Truth About Radiation Exposure
Related: What Caused the 3/11 Earthquake?
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1 comment:

wendyworn said...

Oh James! They CAN reduce clothing. I tried to buy a shirt for my niece for her birthday at Target. Every time I held up a shirt to get a decent look at it - I could see through it! These were sweaters and dress shirts mind you! things are getting ridiculous out there.

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