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military blimps report for duty

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from washington post: In the era of $300 million fighter jets, satellite-guided rockets and complicated battlefield computer networks, Multimax Inc. is trying to revive an old-fashioned technology to thrust the information technology firm onto the

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anthrax post office drill in oregon

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this drill took place on saturday august 5th… from false flag news: 25 postal employees learned what it would be like to experience a real emergency involving biohazards. from salem news: Biohazard detection equipment and

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hackers crack new biometric passports

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from guardian: Hi-tech biometric passports used by Britain and other countries have been hacked by a computer expert, throwing into doubt fundamental parts of the UK’s £415m scheme to load passports with information such as

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NSA risking electrical overload

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from baltimore sun: The National Security Agency is running out of juice. The demand for electricity to operate its expanding intelligence systems has left the high-tech eavesdropping agency on the verge of exceeding its power

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more proof of CIA & Nazi collaboration

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aka operation: paperclip… from global research: On June 6, the US national archives released some 27,000 pages of secret records documenting the CIA’s Cold War relations with former German Nazi Party members and officials. The

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fearing US attack, cuba readies troops

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from forbes: Cuba government has mobilized citizen defense militias, saying it fears a U.S. attack during Fidel Castro‘s health crisis, even though the White House insists no such threat exists. The island’s government, under the

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military waste in our drinking water

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from alternet: Most of us are vaguely aware that war devastates the environment abroad. The Vietnamese Red Cross counts 150,000 children whose birth defects were caused by their parents’ exposure to Agent Orange. Cancer rates