Thursday, April 21, 2011

new world next week - apr21

new world next week: episode070 -
syrian subversion, spurlock sold, goodbye google

new world next week - apr21Welcome to the 70th episode of 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: US Secretly Backing Syrian Opposition Since 2006
Related: EU Awaits UN Approval for Deployment of Ground Troops
Related: Libya - Thin End of the Wedge
Flashback Video: The Last Word on Terrorism

Story #2: New Spurlock Documentary Is 'The Greatest Movie Ever Sold'
Related Video: 'POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold' Trailer

Story #3: Google Shuttering Google Video
Related: Joining the Archival Effort With

Bonus Updates:
President Obama's 4/20 Facebook Townhall
iPhone Keeps Record of Everywhere You Go
Michigan Cops Use Mobile Scanner To Steal Cellphone Data From Innocent Americans
Ides of April: Blood Sacrifice and Occult Anniversaries
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previous episode: apr14 -
radioactive america, fashion police, fbi's ufo's

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