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David Icke’s Wembley Event – AWAKEN!! – on October 25th To Be His LAST All-day Presentation In Britain

new Saturday 20th September 2014 at 06:25 By david-icke

Your final chance to see his fantastic and unique all-day dot-connecting, life-changing experience live in the UK – Click here for why …

5 weeks to go

Please note – this event is not being live-streamed

Cutting edge information you will find dot-connected like this nowhere else in the world – plus music, dance and a laugh.

The Dots Connected Like Never Before – Who You Really Are And What Is Really Happening Before Your Very Eyes …

WHOLE DAY OF UNIQUE INFORMATION, MUSIC AND DANCE FOR A TICKET PRICE RANGE OF ONLY £35 TO £55.

To attend this year’s Wembley Arena event on October 25th … click here …

Please circulate far and wide.

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http://www.davidicke.com/headlines/david-icke-wake-up-the-world-wembley-london-2012

Please note: This event will not be live streamed.

The David Icke Videocast: Future Shock – Change Through Mental And Emotional Trauma

new Saturday 20th September 2014 at 06:23 By david-icke
The David Icke videocast can be sent to your email every Sunday … click here to sign up
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Here’s a clip from this week’s video ..

BBC’s new ‘Head of Statistics’ twists casualty figures to whitewash Gaza massacre

new Saturday 20th September 2014 at 08:40 By david-icke

‘An open letter to the BBC’s Director General, written by Palestine solidarity activists, is calling for the removal of BBC journalist Anthony Reuben from all reporting on Palestine following the publication of an online article in which he attempts to sanitize Israel’s killing in Gaza.

Reuben is the BBC’s “Head of Statistics,” a role created in February, he claims in his Linkedin profile, specifically for him.

Writing as “Head of Statistics” in August, Reuben authored an article for the BBC website headlined “Caution needed with Gaza casualty figures.”‘

Read more: BBC's new 'Head of Statistics' twists casualty figures to whitewash Gaza massacre

China fines GlaxoSmithKline £300m and deports British boss in sex and bribery scandal

new Saturday 20th September 2014 at 08:35 By david-icke

‘A British businessman is to be thrown out of China over a multimillion-pound bribery scandal, exposed after he was secretly filmed having sex with his lover.

Mark Reilly, 52, ran British drugs giant GlaxoSmithKline’s Chinese operation, enjoying a lifestyle that included a £1.2million house back in the Home Counties.

But he was handed a three-year suspended prison sentence – and the company landed with a £297million fine – after he admitted bribery charges.’

Read more: China fines GlaxoSmithKline £300m and deports British boss in sex and bribery scandal

UK Scrambles Fighter Jets To Intercept Two Russian Strategic ‘Bear’ Bombers

new Saturday 20th September 2014 at 08:21 By david-icke

‘While Scotland was busy concluding the count of its votes against independence, Royal Air Force fighter jets based out of the northern Scottish base in Lossiemouth in Moray, were scrambled to identify and intercept two airplanes which subsequently were revealed to be Russian Tu-95 Russian “Bear H” strategic bombers, that were spotted in international airspace although the exact location of the encounter has not been disclosed. As the RAF later clarified in a statement, the aircraft did not enter UK airspace. ‘

Read more: UK Scrambles Fighter Jets To Intercept Two Russian Strategic 'Bear' Bombers

Monsanto’s RoundUp-Ready GMO Grass About to Be Approved and Fed to Cattle

new Saturday 20th September 2014 at 07:48 By david-icke

‘While many of us rely on grass-fed beef as a source of healthful, properly raised meat, that option of healthy eating may just move down a peg. Why? Not because cattle may have to switch to GM grain, but rather because cattle may be forced to indulge in genetically modified grass.

The Scotts ‘Miracle-Gro’ Company which created genetically modified RoundUp-Ready Kentucky Bluegrass has announced that it will conduct field trials at the homes of Scotts’ employees. What’s more, they can do so without any government oversight because there are no laws that prohibit or limit the planting of GMO grass.’

Read more: Monsanto’s RoundUp-Ready GMO Grass About to Be Approved and Fed to Cattle

Donors Will Fail Gaza Again

new Saturday 20th September 2014 at 07:36 By david-icke

‘On 12 October, Cairo is due to host a conference, sponsored and chaired by Egypt and Norway, of international and Arab donors for the reconstruction of Gaza. This is their ostensible aim. But the reasons that the donors cited for not fulfilling earlier pledges, made in Paris in 2007 and Sharm El-Sheikh in 2009, still exist.

This means that the donors who attend the upcoming Cairo conference will probably make the same pledges they made at the two previous conferences and then once again fail to fulfil them.’

Read more: Donors Will Fail Gaza Again

Europe 2020 – Community or Empire? Is the EU Exploding?

new Saturday 20th September 2014 at 07:27 By david-icke

‘A few years later, with the Maastricht Treaty which renamed the European Community the “European Union”Franck Biancheri, with his distrust of “unions” of all kinds, felt that this choice wasn’t very auspicious. 23 years later nothing has advanced on Europe’s democratisation front and the crisis provides a favourable context for the complete derailment of the community project.

We will show which indicators enable us to say that this trend (which has always been there of course, but framed in a relatively efficient mechanism of safeguards) is in the process of re-emerging. But we refuse to put forward a final anticipation yet, preferring to focus on other indicators, as well, those which still enable us to believe that the trend will turn round .’

Read more: Europe 2020 – Community or Empire? Is the EU Exploding?

Arrested and Handcuffed Man Shot to Death by Georgia Police

new Saturday 20th September 2014 at 07:08 By david-icke

‘A Savannah, Georgia man was  shot to death by police after he was found with a gun, kicking out the back window of a patrol car. Why was he kicking out a cop car’s window? Because he had already been arrested. And handcuffed. Then how could he still have a gun? The story remains suspiciously cloudy.’

Read more: Arrested and Handcuffed Man Shot to Death by Georgia Police

US to keep artillery brigade along Korean buffer zone

new Saturday 20th September 2014 at 07:01 By david-icke

‘The United States is planning to keep an artillery brigade stationed near the buffer zone that separates North and South Korea.

South Korea asked the US to keep the 2nd Infantry Division’s 210th Fires Brigade at Camp Casey in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) earlier this week during military consultations in Seoul, South Korea’s Yonhap News reported.

American officials in the meetings “repeatedly and strongly” pushed to keep the unit in Dongducheon in order to maintain combat readiness, as the rest of American forces are set to relocate to the southern half of South Korea, the report said.’

Read more: US to keep artillery brigade along Korean buffer zone

Catalonia passes law to authorize independence vote

new Saturday 20th September 2014 at 06:49 By david-icke

‘Catalonia’s regional parliament has passed legislation authorizing a referendum on the region’s independence from the rest of Spain.

Catalonia’s parliament made the announcement on Friday, allowing Catalan leaders to hold a non-binding vote on November 9.

The law was approved with 106 to 28 votes.

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is against Catalonia’s campaign for an independence referendum, because Spain’s constitution prohibits referendums that do not include all Spaniards.’

Read more: Catalonia passes law to authorize independence vote

Thousands still missing from Bosnia war

new Saturday 20th September 2014 at 06:39 By david-icke

‘Bosnia-Herzegovina is still dealing with the dilemma of thousands of people filed as missing from the Bosnian war in the 1990s, Press TV reports.

According to officials, there are still more than 8,000 missing people from the war that ended 20 years ago, while 22,000 bodies have been exhumed and identified until now.

“After the war in our country, more than 30,000 people were missing due to the numerous crimes committed here and so far we have exhumed and identified around 22,000 people,” Lejla Cengic of the International Commission on Missing Persons (ICMP) told the Press TV correspondent in Sarajevo.’

Read more: Thousands still missing from Bosnia war