Government & Politics

BNP Policies Gaining Popularity With The British Public

Source: NewsBlaze.com
Url: http://newsblaze.com/story/20091024153203ianb.nb/topstory.html
Published: October 24, 2009
Op-Ed Contributor, Ian Brockwell

(The public is demanding real answers on real questions. This article handles about growing public anger after years of governmental brainwash and the way this is changing the political landscape in Great Britain)

"For many years the British people have been brainwashed into believing that it's not "politically correct" to question things like immigration, the need for troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, the so called war on terror, or the special treatment given to many ethnic minorities."
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"We have already seen the "honesty" of politicians like Tony Blair, who was involved in the lie to illegally invade Iraq and Afghanistan. Not to make Britain safer, but to overthrow the existing government in order to make it easier to get their oil.

More recently, we have seen Gordon Brown, Lord Mandelson and Tony Blair (again) involved in a "deal" with Libya, resulting in the early release of the Lockerbie bomber.

9/11 Simulation Taxes Purdue Servers

Source: http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/06/22/911-simulation-taxes-purdue-servers/

June 22, 2007, 10:48 am

9/11 Simulation Taxes Purdue Servers

By Sewell Chan

It’s unusual for an academic computer-science department to brag about its prowess on YouTube, but that’s exactly what happened this month after Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind., released a study into the causes of the collapse of the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.

A two-year Purdue University study released this month supports a federal agency’s conclusion that the impact of the hijacked jetliners stripped away fireproofing material, causing the weakened towers to eventually collapse under their own weight.

The video is a counterpoint to the conspiracy theories that still surround the collapse of the World Trade Center (and such outspoken figures as Rosie O’Donnell appear to be sympathetic to these arguments).•

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