Monthly Archives: July 2012

Homeland Security, Romanian Style

Romanian Border Police inaugurate new command and control centre, part of EUR 524 mln contract Business & macroeconomy, Daily News | Newsroom | July 24, 2012 2:11 pm The Romanian Border Police recently inaugurated their new command and control center, … Continue reading

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Romanian Air Force with U.S. and Britian

Romanian Air Force on joint exercises with US and British Forces (from Daily News, Entertainment | Liam Lever | July 24, 2012 1:45 pm) Romania’s Air Force is currently on joint maneuvers with Britain’s Royal Air Force and the US … Continue reading

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Peter Moon on Radio

I will be on Truth Quest with Melodee at 1pm Saturday July 21st.

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Wesley Clark – a war criminal?

The following news article which includes Clarks own statements give cause to wonder his merits: (from 2003) “It’s often said that Clark is “our best hope” to beat Bush because he’s a general, and no one can tarnish his anti-Bush … Continue reading

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More on Wesley Clark and Romania

In the last post, there was a report that Wesley Clark is now honored to be the adviser to the Romanian Prime Minister who is trying to unseat the Romanian president (one of the very few to officially know and … Continue reading

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Time Travel and Romanian politics

The following if from the LRC Blog posted by Daniel McAdams on July 7th, 2012. It is particularly interesting, not only because it shows a lack of support for the current Romanian president (one of the few who knows of … Continue reading

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Chem Trails and Their Source

Chem Trails are a mystery in the sky that we have known too little about for decades. They are primarily aluminum barium (mixed with other ingredients) that cause breathing problems, other physical problems and also increase the acidic content of … Continue reading

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