Scientists Allege Deadly Diseases Such As Ebola and AIDS Bio Weapons, US DoD's?

Ebola, AIDS Manufactured By Western Pharmaceuticals, US DoD? Scientists allege deadly diseases such as Ebola and AIDS are bio weapons being tested on Africans. Other reports have linked the Ebola virus outbreak to an attempt to reduce Africa’s population. Liberia happens to be the continents’s fastest growing population. Dear World Citizens: I have read a number of articles from your Internet outreach as well as articles from other sources about the casualties in Liberia and other West African countries about the human devastation caused by the Ebola virus. About a week ago, I read an article published in the Internet news summary publication of the Friends of Liberia that said that there was an agreement that the initiation of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa was due to the contact of a two-year old child with bats that had flown in from the Congo. That report made me disconcerted with the reporting about Ebola, and it stimulated a response to the “Friends of Liberia,” saying that African people are not ignorant and gullible, as is being implicated.

UN Launches New Attempt to Control the Internet

  International Telecommunication Union (ITU) logo.   Only weeks after a meeting of the International Telecommunication Union in Dubai sparked worldwide outrage, the UN’s telecom branch remains adamant about re-writing the rules of the Web….

US could put Assange to death if it gets him – former senior NSA official

[anyplayer:url=] If America gets its hands on the WikiLeaks founder, they may go as far as execute him, a known National Security Agency whistleblower Thomas Andrews Drake told RT, adding that in the US, security…

Yahoo! axes workers in latest turn-around bid

Struggling US Internet pioneer Yahoo! says it will slash some 2000 jobs in a purge aimed at transforming into a “smaller, nimbler, more profitable” company. Yahoo! chief executive Scott Thompson, who took the helm in…

Beijing arrests 1,000 online offenders

Beijing arrests 1,000 in Internet crime crackdown (Xinhua)   BEIJING -Beijing police on Saturday said they have arrested 1,065 suspects and deleted more than 208,000 “harmful” online messages as part of an intensive nationwide crackdown on Internet-related crimes conducted since mid-February. The operators of more than 3,117 websites have received related warnings, a spokesman from the city police’s cyber security department said Saturday, adding that 70 Internet companies that defied the warnings have received administrative punishments, including forced closures. The spokesman said the campaign, dubbed “Spring Breeze,” mainly targets the dissemination of information related to smuggling firearms, drugs and toxic chemicals, as well as the sale of human organs, the counterfeiting certificates and invoices and trade in personal information. The crackdown is meant to address prominent public complaints about Internet-related crimes, the spokesman said, adding that reports about Internet related crimes have gone down 50percent since the campaign was launched on February 14. The spokesman urged Internet users to actively oppose the spread of harmful information. China has stepped up its efforts to “cleanse” cyberspace over the past few weeks. Beijing police on Friday announced the detention of six people for allegedly fabricating and spreading rumors on the Internet, as well as punishment for websites and social media that carried the rumors. Sixteen websites were subsequently forced to close, and the country’s two largest micro blog operators — Sina Weibo and Tencent — have suspended commenting functions on their sites from March 31 to April 3. A Tencent statement said the move was made to prevent illicit information from spreading through microblog posts.  

VIDEO: TSA Nude Scanner Exposed – ‘You Can Sneak Anything Past Them!’

[anyplayer:url=] A blogger has shown that all the Transport Safety Association’s controversial nude body scanners and much-too-personal pat downs are not effective in the least, as more and more people in the US speak out…