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We first ran this report on May 21, 2013. It was so well received back then I decided to re-run it. It shows one way corporations became world wide and in this case Coca- Cola used American taxpayers money to pay for its European bottling plants. . . . Your Editor Dennis Crenshaw.
I have created this full version just so that it can be watched from start to finish, Thank to John Pilger for the Great works he has done over the Years! This documentary really does highlight the power the multinational beverage companies Coke and Pepsi have in those formative years of those two companies!
John Pilger’s first collaboration with fellow Australian director Alan Lowery, looks at the worldwide struggle for soft drink supremacy by the Coca Cola company, and illuminates the power of multinational corporations.
GREELEY, Colo. (AP) — School officials in northern Colorado are asking parents to take care with their newly legal recreational marijuana, after fourth graders were caught dealing the drug on an elementary school campus.
John Gates, director of safety for Weld County School District 6, said Wednesday that the students involved, three 10-year-old boys and a 10-year-old girl at Greeley’s Monfort Elementary School, faced tough discipline but not suspension or expulsion. He would not elaborate on their punishment.
Mexico confirms confrontation with Border Patrol agents
Image: Wikipedia Commons; File:US Navy 090317-N-5253T-016 Two men scale the border fence into Mexico a few hundred yards away from where Seabees from Naval Mobile Construction Battalions (NMCB) 133 and NMCB-14 are building a 1,500 foot-long concrete-lined dr.
U.S. officials characterized the incident as one of the most serious incursions in recent years.
BY RICHARD A. SERRANO AND TRACY WILKINSON
April 1, 2014, 11:52 p.m.
WASHINGTON — Two heavily armed, camouflaged Mexican soldiers crossed 50 yards inside Arizona in January and drew their guns against U.S. Border Patrol agents who confronted them in a tense standoff, according to documents obtained by The Times/Tribune Washington Bureau.
U.S. officials said it was one of nearly two dozen border incursions by Mexican soldiers into southern Arizona in the last four years.
The deputy director of the White House’s Office of National Drug Control Policy admitted Tuesday that marijuana was less deadly than alcohol, but insisted that pot was not a benign drug.
At a House Oversight Committee hearing, the drug czar’s second-in-command, Michael Botticelli, received a stern questioning from Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA) about the harms of marijuana in light of President Barack Obama recent comments on the subject.
“How many people die from marijuana overdoses every year?” Connolly asked.
“I don’t know that I know. It is very rare,” Botticelli replied.
The connection between the mafia, CIA, and the war on terror are discussed with Evan Wright, the author of Generation Kill and How To Get Away With Murder in America. Detailing shadow-soldier Ricky Prado’s life’s work, we learn how a suspected murderer and compulsive weightlifter rose to run the anti-terrorism unit of the CIA and bonded the government with the mafia. An incredible talk hosted by Walter Kirn for TheLipTV.
It’s highly recommended that all Insiders watch all 4 and 1/2 hours of this series of eyeopening reports. And, in advance, you’ll gonna wanna take notes. Hint: Lots of NEW information here. . . EDITOR
“Sibel Deniz Edmonds is a former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) translator and founder of the National Security Whistleblowers Coalition (NSWBC). Edmonds gained public attention following her firing from her position as a language specialist at the FBI’s Washington Field Office in March 2002. She had accused a colleague of covering up illicit activity involving foreign nationals, alleged serious security breaches and cover-ups and that intelligence had been deliberately suppressed, endangering national security. Her later claims gained her awards and fame as a whistleblower”. . . . SOURCE: Wikipedia.
In this ground-breaking interview, famed FBI whistleblower and Boiling Frogs Post founder Sibel Edmonds lays out the thread connecting NATO’s Gladio operations to Turkish paramilitaries and ultra-nationalists, and how the operation continues through cooperation with terrorists and the Islamization of Central Asia and the Caucasus. From Abdullah Çatlı’s remarkable life (and death) to the rise of Fethullah Gulen’s $25 billion (CIA-supported) Islamic network to the NATO takeover of the Afghan poppy crop in the wake of 9/11, you won’t want to miss a moment of this riveting conversation.
Sibel Edmonds of BoilingFrogsPost.com joins us for the second part of our series on Gladio B, the NATO-directed effort to radicalize, enable and protect Islamic terrorists to further their own geopolitical ends.
From News Max Monday, 12 Aug 2013 09:46 AM By Melanie Batley and Newsmax Wires
Attorney General Eric Holder announced a major shift in federal criminal policy on Monday, overturning the decades-old “mandatory minimum prison sentences” for low-level, nonviolent drug offenders, a hallmark of President Ronald Reagan’s War on Drugs.
Under the new policy, prosecutors will send fewer drug offenders to federal prison for long sentences, while judges will have more discretion in sentencing.
“Too many Americans go to too many prisons for far too long, and for no good law enforcement reason,” Holder said in a speech to the American Bar Association in San Francisco. . . . Read Complete Report