HOTT Newslinks Oct. 28, 2007

1 in 4 Gulf War veterans still has serious illness, panel hears


• If you read the VA statements in this article you can tell they are full of %$#!.
In fact, I can vouch for the chemical detectors alarming and we were told that every detector in the theater was defective and to ignore them. – Doyel




*This is a practice run for the coming catastrophe to initiate Martial Law!


The dark forces driving Bush’s absolute power



A song several of you will remember



Sandusky, Ohio


…“The original street pattern featured a grid overlaid with streets resembling the symbols of Freemasonry. Hector Kilbourne was a surveyor who laid out this grid in downtown Sandusky. He was the first Worshipful Master of the Sandusky Masonic Lodge.”

Also an online edition of Talisman of the United
States-I have this book and it is a good read.



Is a Second More Deadly 9/11 Now In the Works?



House Passes Thought Crime Prevention Bill

H.R. 1955: Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007


• Be sure to look at the symbol in the upper left corner of the page.


Harvard expands financial aid for low- and middle-income families




Earlier in the day, the Bush administration announced new sanctions against Iran and Republican candidate Mitt Romney said he would consider a military blockade or “bombardment of some kind” to prevent Iran from gaining a nuclear weapon.



Russian President Vladimir Putin warned strongly Thursday against imposing new international sanctions on Iran, in words that appeared to be a response to newly announced U.S. measures to punish Tehran



The speaker of Iraq’s parliament warned Turkey on Thursday that his government would cut off the flow of oil from northern Iraq if Ankara followed through on its threat to level economic sanctions against the country.


OVER THE NORTH SEA (Reuters) – U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates on Thursday characterized U.S. military planning for a strike on Iran as “routine”.
“I would characterize it as routine,” Gates told reporters on a flight en route to Washington, when asked about any U.S. planning for military action against Iran.
The Pentagon plans for hundreds of potential scenarios that could involve military force in a variety of roles ranging from offensive operations to disaster response.



Oil futures jumped to a new record close of $90.46 a barrel Thursday on news that OPEC production increases aren’t coming as fast as expected and that the cartel won’t announce new output quotas when it meets next month.


Uncle Jay Explains The News
Take a few minutes and give it a watch.



Schwarzenegger signs law outlawing terms perceived as negative to ‘gays’