U.S., Japan to hold joint military drill amid island row with China

Oct. 31, 2012 – 06:30AM JST TOKYO — Japan and the United States will hold a biennial joint military exercise in Japan in November in a move likely to further anger China amid heightened tensions between the two Asian giants over disputed islets in the East China Sea. About 37,400 military personnel from Japan will … Continue reading

West Virginia crippled by massive snow storm

October 31, 2012 – WEST VIRGINIA – Parts of West Virginia were digging out from up to three feet of snow dumped in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, a deluge that cut power to hundreds of thousands of residents and shut down main highways. The thick blanket of snow at higher elevations across the ridges … Continue reading

Sandy leaves trail of destruction and death along U.S. East coast: New York paralyzed, 50 dead

  October 31, 2012 – NEW YORK – With at least 50 people dead, transit crippled in New York City and millions of people along the U.S. East Coast struggling without electricity, communities face a daunting challenge of repairing the damage wrought by super-storm Sandy. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg surveyed the destruction in the hardest-hit … Continue reading

Facebook Censors Navy SEALs To Protect Obama On Benghazi-Gate

  RELATED STORY: Obama Admin 3 Times Refused Request To Send Military Backup In Benghazi Massacre Over the weekend, Facebook took down a message by the Special Operations Speaks PAC (SOS) which highlighted the fact that Obama denied backup to the forces being overrun in Benghazi. The message was contained in a meme which demonstrated how … Continue reading

CONTRAST! Romney Does Storm Relief In Ohio While Obama Hides In White House

  KETTERING, Ohio — Mitt Romney kicked off an event here in the battleground of Montgomery County, Ohio, on Tuesday morning, one day after Hurricane Sandy made landfall on the East Coast, devastating parts of New Jersey and New York. The stop was billed as a “storm relief” event, and attendees were asked to bring non-perishable foods and … Continue reading

People devising looting sprees via Twitter in wake of Hurricane Sandy may find armed resistance waiting for them

Scores of people are using the social networking site Twitter to plan looting sprees in the wake Hurricane Sandy, though many of them – if they decide to follow through on their threat – could wind up facing the business end of a firearm. In fact, the New York National… via NaturalNews.com http://www.naturalnews.com/037756_looting_Hurricane_Sandy_armed_resistance.html

Obama Ad… Kids Sing About America Where ‘Sick People Just Die’

A new pro Obama ad has come out in which “children of the future” sing about an America whee “sick people just die” and they blame their parents for their failure. This is only round two of Obama indoctrination of young impressionable minds… Wake up parents! Government wants to turn your children against you!!!– Tim … Continue reading

Hurricane Sandy could leave people ‘fighting in the streets’ for basic necessities like food, gas

Monster Hurricane Sandy made landfall along the South Jersey coast, as forecasters had predicted, on Monday evening with gale-force winds of 90 miles per hour and bringing with it the promise of “historic” damage that could lead to scores of unprepared Americans “fighting… via NaturalNews.com http://www.naturalnews.com/037742_Hurricane_Sandy_empty_shelves_survival.html

The Arab League warns Israel: Don’t touch the Muslim Temple Mount

Listen to Today’s Program The Arab League made up of twenty-two Arab member states has issued a warning to Israel to stay away from al -Aqsa Mosque which is located on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. This location is a very sacred spot for the Jewish people and the location of the first and second … Continue reading

‘Epic, monstrous, 1000 miles long, covers 1/3 of U.S.’ – super-storm Sandy slams into U.S. East coast

October 30, 2012 – NEW YORK – The mammoth and merciless storm made landfall near Atlantic City around 8 p.m., with maximum sustained winds of about 80 miles per hour, the National Hurricane Center said. That was shortly after the center had reclassified the storm as a post-tropical cyclone, a scientific renaming that had no … Continue reading

8 minor quakes jolt Surigao del Norte town in a day

October 28, 2012 – MANILA, Philippines – Eight earthquakes, many of which occurred within an hour of each other, were recorded east of Burgos town in Surigao del Norte on Sunday, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said. A 4.1-magnitude tremor which has a depth of 21 kilometers was felt in the eastern part … Continue reading

A Cannabis User is Arrested Every 47 Seconds: New FBI Report Exposes Drug War Persecution of Nonviolent People

JG Vibes | Today the FBI released a report showing that 81.8% of drug arrests were for small time possession, and that just about half of all drug arrests were for Cannabis. via (title unknown) http://theintelhub.com/2012/10/29/a-cannabis-user-is-arrested-every-47-seconds-new-fbi-report-exposes-drug-war-persecution-of-nonviolent-people/

Gangs Plan Hurricane Looting Spree Via Twitter

New York National Guard to “protect against looting” By Paul Joseph Watson Infowars.com October 29, 2012 Scores of Twitter users have flooded the social networking site announcing their plans to go on looting sprees once Hurricane Sandy makes landfall, as the New York National Guard announced it would put troops on duty in Long Island … Continue reading

“Rogue” U.S. General Arrested for Activating Special Forces Teams; Ignoring Libya Stand-Down Order

By M. Frank Drover theintelhub.com October 29, 2012 The official story surrounding the events of September 11, 2012 in Bengzahi, Libya which left four Americans dead, has now officially fallen apart. After numerous flips and flops by the Obama administration, which originally attempted to paint the incident as a Muslim outcry over an anti-Islamic video, … Continue reading

Graphic Images Show Massive Damage Left In Sandy’s Wake

  Ground Zero flooded out Much of New York was plunged into darkness Monday by a superstorm that overflowed the city’s historic waterfront, flooded the financial district and subway tunnels and cut power to nearly a million people. The city had shut its mass transit system, schools, the stock exchange and Broadway and ordered hundreds … Continue reading