The WTO’s Water Monopoly Plans

April 7, 2001
Our New Resource Crisis By Peter Phillips Monsanto plans to earn revenues of $420 million and a net income of $63 million by 2008 from its water business in India and Mexico. Monsanto estimates that water will become a multibillion-... continued

Hillary’s Haunted Neighborhood

April 5, 2001
This story appeared in the January 25, 2001 edition of UFO Roundup (Vol. 6 no. 4) It is especially interesting in view of the fact that it has been revealed in the Robert Hanssen spy investigation that the FBI has... continued

The Mystery of Pine Gap, America’s Most Secret Base

March 28, 2001
The full text of this article, which concerns the apparent preparation of Australia as a refuge of some sort, is available at Rumor Mill News. THE PURPOSE OF PINE GAP Some of the following information was derived from an impeccable... continued

They’re Spying on Us

March 21, 2001
Our government spied on the Soviet Union for decades, but now that the cold war is over, theyre aiming their sights on us. The April 2001 issue of Popular Mechanics reveals that two powerful intelligence gathering tools the U.S. created... continued

Bullying and Murder in Our Schools

March 10, 2001
A national culture of violence and large schools that breed alienation are behind the U.S. school shootings, according to Jerome Freiberg of the University of Houston. They happen most often at large rural or suburban schools, "where people would never... continued

Scientific Evidence of Life After Death Continues to Grow

March 8, 2001
Taken together, two recent scientific studies offer powerful evidence that the soul persists after death, and that souls can be communicated with. The first of these studies was conducted by Dr. Peter Fenwick, a consultant neuropsychiatrist at the Institute of... continued

Prince Charles’s Extraordinary Reith Lecture

February 10, 2001
SACREDNESS & SUSTAINABILITY: A REFLECTION ON THE 2000 CENTURY HRH The Prince of Wales BBC Reith Lectures, May 2000 In this extraordinary lecture, Prince Charles makes a stirring argument that we must re-introduce the sacred into our society if we... continued