HOTT Newslinks February 3, 2008

Secret Air Force tests could explain Texas UFO sightings


“After all, the military has experimental technologies the public might not know about until decades after development.”


Hillary’s occult flag – a hidden message?


*The author is totally wrong about the flag patch on troops uniforms. It has always gone in the “Direction of March”, (imagine it was hung on a pole being carried). The American Legion also knows this as it is in their manual as well as AR670-1, “Uniform Wear and Appearance”.



A gunman fatally shot five women in a robbery at a store in a suburban Chicago strip mall and fled Saturday, prompting police to sweep through neighboring shops as terrified customers watched.



Russia sent fighters and long-range bombers to the Arctic and North Atlantic on Friday to take part in manoeuvres demonstrating revival of some of the military power and reach it lost with the collapse of the Soviet Union.
Vladimir Putin, set to hand the presidency to a chosen successor after an election that will gauge his own popularity, tapped feelings of national humiliation in rebuilding forces left to decay in the 1990s. The navy had lost the global role it had grown to in the 1970s, aircraft and ships lacked fuel.



Two off-duty officers from different police departments wounded each other in a gun fight in the middle of a road in an Atlanta suburb, authorities said
And these are the guys the government says can HAVE guns?



Mr. Snipes was found not guilty on two felony charges of fraud and conspiracy. He was also acquitted on three misdemeanor charges of failing to file tax returns or to pay taxes, but was convicted on three others. He faces up to three years in prison.



U.S. President George W. Bush will seek $515.4 billion for the Pentagon for fiscal 2009, up 7.5 percent from the funds Congress approved for this year, according to Pentagon documents obtained by Reuters on Friday.



Millions of Chinese faced a humanitarian crisis on Friday, as petrol and food reserves dwindled and yet more bad weather was forecast for a country paralysed by record-breaking cold and snow.
More than 160 counties and cities in central China were suffering blackouts and water shortages, Xinhua news agency said, including Chenzhou, in Hunan province, a city of 4 million that has been without power and water for more than a week.


Boycott the auction. You are only buying stolen property.


Cars, trucks and gold coins belonging to tax evader Elaine Brown are going on the auction block this month to help pay off federal income taxes. The IRS is holding auctions in Lawrence, Massachusetts, and Nashua next week as it tries to raise more than two million dollars to pay off income taxes owned by Ed and Elaine Brown of Plainfield. The Browns were arrested last fall after staying in their home for nine months after being convicted of tax evasion. They maintain there is no law requiring them to pay.



For a mother, there can be no greater horror than having a baby snatched away by the State at birth.
The women to whom it has happened say their lives are ruined for ever – and goodness knows what longterm effect it has on the child.
Most never recover from this trauma.



US Secretary of Defence Robert Gates has urged Germany to send more troops to Afghanistan.
He warned that without reinforcements the Nato-led force could lose credibility in the country.