Thursday, May 10, 2012

New World Next Week: Episode114 - Global sElections Episode114 - Global sElections

Episode114 - Global sElectionsWelcome back to New World Next Week - the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

Story #1: France, Germany on Collision Course Over Austerity Treaty
Meanwhile, Greek Left Leader Renounces Bailout Deal
Related: Goldman Secret Greece Loan Shows Two Sinners as Client Unravels
Background: Coalition of the Radical Left

Story #2: Activists Mock Syria Elections In Online Videos
Video of Syrian rebel buried alive and 'missile' strike prompt fresh calls for UN intervention
Related: Egypt Low Court Orders Suspension of Elections
Algerians Skeptical Election Will Bring Change
Putin Again Takes Reins of a Changed, Agitated Russia

Story #3: Inmate Wins 40% of Vote Against Obama In West Virginia Primary
Felon Beats Obama In Ten West Virginia Counties
Related: Romney Closing In On Nomination

Bonus: Food World Order on Corbett Report Radio

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