Ven (updated July 16, 2013) From Infowars “Jim Tucker, the ground breaking journalist who chronicled the activities of the secretive Bilderberg Group beginning in the 1990s, has died from complication after a fall. Tucker was 78. Tucker departed from a Washington, D.C., newspaper in 1978 and worked with The Spotlight until that newspaper was forced out of business in 2001. He subsequently worked with The American Free Press.
In 2005, The American Free Press published Jim Tucker’s Bilderberg Diary, subtitled “One Reporter’s 25-Year Battle to Shine the Light on the World Shadow Government.” It is described as “a memorable and panoramic journey that will lay bare the realities behind modern-day international power politics.” Read more.
FEDERALJACK It is with a heavy heart I bring you the news of Bob Chapman’s passing. He passed away on June 4th 2012. Bob you were true legend and you have undoubtedly left your mark on history. I am glad I got the chance to talk to you while being a guest on the Alex Jones radio show last year. Fair Winds and Following Seas soldier.” Read more.
Elle Driver: “The venom of a black mamba can kill a human in four hours, if, say, bitten on the ankle or the thumb. However, a bite to the face or torso can bring death from paralysis within 20 minutes. Now, you should listen to this, ’cause this concerns you. The amount of venom that can be delivered from a single bite can be gargantuan.
You know, I’ve always liked that word… “gargantuan”… so rarely have an opportunity to use it in a sentence. If not treated quickly with antivenom, 10 to 15 milligrams can be fatal to human beings. However, the black mamba can deliver as much as 100 to 400 milligrams of venom from a single bite.” Read more.
“Actress and activist Daryl Hannah was arrested… alongside East Texas farmer, Eleanor Fairchild while defending her farm from the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline.” Read more. Check out these Keystone XL Facts.
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Vinny Eastwood interviews Steve Quayle here.