Archive | January, 2013

Three Per Day: Walmart Limits Ammo Sales

Posted on 31 January 2013 by Alex

theintelhub.com | Amid reports that Walmart stores around the country would hold off on re-stocking their shelves of ammunition in the wake of the Newtown Sandy Hook shooting, the world’s largest retail chain says no such policy has been implemented.

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Standing Up for Our Rights: 1100 Green Berets Sign Letter in Full Support of 2nd Amendment

Posted on 31 January 2013 by Alex

By Alex Thomas theintelhub.com January 31, 2012 According to a post on ProfessionalSoldiers.com, over 1000 Green Berets, in a direct response to calls for limiting Americans right to private firearm ownership in the wake of the horrific Sandy Hook mass shooting, have signed a letter in full support of the 2nd Amendment. The letter, chalked [...]

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School Shooting at Atlanta Middle School, Injuring at Least Two

Posted on 31 January 2013 by Alex

theintelhub.com | In what seems to be an increasingly common occurrence as the push for gun control continues, a shooting at an Atlanta Middle School has left at least two wounded and the corporate media once again pushing fear onto the masses.

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Russian Generals: We are prepared for War

Posted on 31 January 2013 by Rob Daven

Russia’s armed forces are ready for a major war, Chief of the military’s General Staff Col. Gen. Valery Gerasimov said on Saturday. “No one rules out the possibility of a...

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Sandy Hook: Mainstream Article Posted Day of Shooting Reveals Details of Second Suspect and Motive

Posted on 31 January 2013 by Wendy

Shepard Ambellas | A very interesting article has been found with some of the missing pieces of the puzzle intwined into it regarding the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting that took place on December 14, 2012.

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Doctors Kill 2,450% More Americans than all Gun-Related Deaths Combined

Posted on 31 January 2013 by Alex

By Mike Adams Natural News January 31, 2013 Everyone agrees the Sandy Hook shooting was a tragedy. Lots of people subsequently exploited the deaths of those children to push a political agenda of disarming Americans by claiming “guns kill people.” But compared to what? Swimming pools kill people. Horseback riding kills people. And yes, even childbirth [...]

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Rush To Safety: Americans Buy Nearly Half a Billion Dollars Of Gold and Silver In January

Posted on 31 January 2013 by Alex

By Mac Slavo SHTFPlan.com January 31, 2013 While public officials may be ignoring the continued deterioration of our economy, job losses to the tune of hundreds of thousands of people weekly, and the unprecedented demand for government emergency support services like unemployment insurance and food assistance, Americans who sense uncertainty in the air are flocking [...]

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Israeli Attack: Desperate Bid to Save Failed Syrian Campaign

Posted on 31 January 2013 by Alex

By Tony Cartalucci theintelhub.com January 31, 2013 Israel has conducted airstrikes in Syria based on “suspicions” of chemical weapon transfers, in a flagrant violation of the UN Charter, international law, and in direct violation of Syria’s sovereignty. The Guardian in its report titled, “Israel carries out air strike on Syria,” claims: “Israeli warplanes have attacked [...]

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Russian Mig Buzzes Israel After Attack on Syria

Posted on 31 January 2013 by Alex

DEBKAfile January 31, 2013 The Syrian announcement of an Israeli air strike on a military site near Damascus Wednesday, Jan. 30, drew strong condemnation from Moscow the next day: “Such action if confirmed would amount to unacceptable military interference in the war-ravaged country,” said the statement issued by the Russian Foreign Ministry Thursday. “If this [...]

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Manufacturing Scarcity

Posted on 31 January 2013 by JGVibes

By Dawie Coetzee C4ss January 31, 2013 While we are agreed that the prevalent system of State capitalism depends on the maintenance of artificial scarcity, there seems to be some lack of clarity about the ways in which this is achieved. Specifically there are questions over whether the result of artificial scarcity is an increase [...]

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