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Journal Jeremiah Cornelius's Journal: Too Much Too Little Too Late 8

UK International Development Fund aid pays for forced sterilisation of India's poor
Botched, backroom butchery and miscarriages.

RFK assassination witness tells CNN: There was a second shooter
CNN? Known propaganda outlet and proven falsifier of staged news, with a CIA agent as star reporter? Question: "Why now?"

London 2012: Surface-to-Missiles may be placed at residential flats
What could go wrong! Sorry that we commandeered your housing for an imaginary threat with more risk than reward. Maybe you can trigger a false positive for us, Mr. Bloggs?

Is it only a matter of time before drone technology is used in civil society?
Not in my neighborhood. Our estate has its own SAM battery!

"Drone boosters are keen to accentuate the positive: the drone can be the compassionate hand of society, they point out, reaching into areas and completing tasks unthinkable until now."

Comfort me more, with the prospect of the "unthinkable."

Terrorist Plots, Hatched by the F.B.I.
Shorter List: Those plots NOT hatched by the FBI.

This has been your erudite anarchist, with more evidence that the nostalgic are merely responding rationally to the situation.

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Too Much Too Little Too Late

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  • until Google's personalized search service is drafted into universal use and inconvenient facts such as these simply can't appear from the past

    • I must be stupid today because I have no idea what you just said.
      • by tqft ( 619476 )

        just me being short of time

        a hopefully fuller explanation, given that the US Constitution is not good for much and apparently National Security trumps all, newspapers may soon "publish" these stories but the automated filtering service brought to you by your government who is here to help, means those they don't want to see these stories will not.

How many NASA managers does it take to screw in a lightbulb? "That's a known problem... don't worry about it."