Dennis Fetcho, aka "The Fetch", is an American ex-patriot living in Amman, Jordan. He is the author of the Illuminatus Observor, a blog regarded by many as simply the finest Hermetic Qaballa blog in all of blogdom. The Fetch also has a second site called"Inside The Eye Live.com" Intelligent media for the politically aware.
The "Monsanto Protection Act" is a proposal buried in the Agricultural Appropriations Bill now before Congress.
It would allow Monsanto and other biotech companies to test, plant and sell new laboratory-created GMO crops without federal approval. The provision also would strip the federal courts of authority to stop the planting of GMO crops. Read more here
Science proves those who call themselves “Jews” are not Jews! DNA
Science has confounded the Christian evangelicals by proving
conclusively that most of the people in the nation of Israel and in
World Jewry are not the descendants of Abraham.
Over a decade during which the US economy was decimated by jobs
offshoring, economists and other PR shills for offshoring corporations
said that the US did not need the millions of lost manufacturing jobs
and should be glad that the “dirty fingernail” jobs were gone. ***Read article at Institute for Political Economy***
As the major stock indices hit new record highs, many are left wondering
how such a bull market can develop while the average worker faces
layoffs, lower wages and rising costs. The answer presents itself in the
documented, admitted and openly acknowledged manipulations of the
markets by governments, central bankers, and institutional banks. This
is the GRTV Backgrounder on Global Research TV.
Considering that–against the better
advice of those here at TUT–President Obama is about to make his first
visit to Israel, with all the danger inherent in this, given as hated as
he is in the Jewish state, we thought a rebroadcast of the program done
nearly a year ago featuring Mark Glenn, Mark Dankof, Keith Johnson and Mike Piper concerning the threats
made against the life of president Obama by Andrew Adler, editor/publisher
of The Atalanta Jewish Times was in order.