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No Agenda Episode 395

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Executive Producers: Patrick Barnett, Chris Wolf

Associate Executive Producers: Jason Dozier, Adrian Vernooij, Sir Dean Bertram, Sir John Smith

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pipelinesforprosperity.com

Hey guys:

After quite a few beers, I figured I would try this PR shenanigans by

setting registering pipelinesforprosperity.com which I have tried my

best to set up so it would forward to noagendashow.com. I hope it

works. I appreciate your work. Hope all is well.

Cheers,Jeremy ______________________

Jeremy E. Hague, Esq.

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The Associated Forces of Adam Curry and John C. Dvorak...

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Art Larsen

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EUROLand

EU leaders fear Spain threatens stability - World News - World - General - Illawarra Mercury

EXCLUSIVE: GREEK GOVERNMENT ROBBED PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS TO COMPLETE BOND SWAP | The Slog

NWO

UN Bio Nazis

Defense.gov News Release: Inaugural Meeting of North American Defence Ministers Joint Statement

Inaugural Meeting of North American Defence Ministers Joint Statement The Honorable Peter MacKay, Canada's Minister of National Defence, the Honorable Leon E. Panetta, U.S. Secretary of Defense, General Guillermo Galván Galván, Mexican Secretary of National Defence, and Admiral Mariano Francisco Saynez Mendoza, Mexican Secretary of the Navy, met today in Ottawa for the inaugural trilateral meeting of North American Defence Ministers. The Ministers issued the following statement on their meeting: "By virtue of our geography, our peoples, and our trading relationship, our three nations share many defense interests. Threats to North America and the hemisphere are increasingly complex and require non-traditional responses. Building upon the trilateral collaboration under the North American Leaders Summit process, we share a determination to enhance our common understanding of those threats and of the approaches needed to address them. "Our countries are committed to working together to address challenges in the region. We know that transnational threats require transnational responses. With this in mind, we have agreed to enhance our cooperation to support efforts to counter transnational criminal organizations and to respond to natural disasters in the hemisphere. "Our meeting today has established the framework necessary to build North America's resilience by pursuing a practical agenda built on sustained trilateral cooperation on issues related to defense. As part of our initial work plan, we intend to: Develop a joint trilateral defense threat assessment for North America to deepen our common understanding of the threats and challenges we face. Explore ways to improve our support to the efforts of civilian public security agencies in countering illicit activities in our respective countries and the hemisphere, such as narcotics trafficking. Explore how we can collaborate to increase the speed and efficiency with which our armed forces support civilian-led responses to disasters. Continue to work together to strengthen hemispheric defence forums. "We have agreed to meet on a regular basis in order to build on today's historic meeting and continue our cooperation in addressing shared continental threats. "We will pursue this trilateral agenda respectful of national sovereignty and in coordination with other agencies in our respective governments. The results of our meeting will be conveyed to our respective leaders in advance of the upcoming North American Leaders Summit."

Trayvon

Obamacare

Obamacare's Supreme Court Disaster | Mother Jones

Oral Argument on Anti-Injunction Act and Health Care Law | C-SPAN

Donald Verrilli Jr. - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Federal Income Tax Laws for Not Paying Taxes | Small Business - Chron.com

Obama Election Team Preparing For "Healthcare Warfare" Campaign -- theulstermanreport.com -- Readability

2TTH

Twin says Polish leader's death likely no accident | WCBD-TV 2

The twin brother of the Polish president who died in a 2010 plane crash in Russia claimed Wednesday that the accident is looking increasingly like an assassination and called on the European Union to investigate. Jaroslaw Kaczynski's appeal comes amid a backdrop of deep suspicions over the crash by some Poles, mainly people of a nationalist bent who distrust Moscow, which controlled Poland during the Cold War.

"If there were explosions (on board), if this catastrophe looks increasingly like an assassination, then this means there is a new quality to international politics," Kaczynski said. He called on EU lawmakers and leaders to investigate the crash, arguing that it's a matter of importance not only to Poland.

The government of Prime Minister Donald Tusk and many Poles view assassination theories as irrational. No proof has ever been put forth to indicate that the crash was intentional.

Smolensk catastrophe was an assassination

Poland Exhumes 2010 Plane Crash Victims - TIME

Iran

Iran and Viagra

Hi Adam,

I have to start by saying that you cannot quote me on this. I'm at a conference with named invitees and it wouldn't take much to trace this back.

I'm at the UK Info-Crime Summit, and we've just had a presentation from a guy called David Shore from Pfizer. He was presenting about Counterfeit Medicines.

He introduced himself as having work in "Security" for the UK government before joining Pfizer, and described himself as a "bombs and bullets guy". He also said that he had made the same presentation to Congress in 2006.

The talk was heavy on the "people are dying" rhetoric, with initially lots of pictures of drug labs, but soon became entirely about drugs with active ingredients that are just made to look like brand name drugs.

I have tried to get a copy of his slides, but they've called Charterhouse Rules over the whole event.

The most interesting and No Agenda relevant point that came out of it is that Iran is currently seen as the largest source of "counterfeit" drugs. Viagra was used as an example, with Iran being responsible for buying the most amount of Sildenafil Citrate last year at 22000kg. Apparently the Viagra that can be made from that is worth 140,000 per kg.

Seems worth going to war over? It would show a link between the pharma companies and government strategy.

He finished off by saying that "the biggest threat is from online pharmacies" and whipping the rest of the sheep here into panic over drugs that might poison them.

This seemed like an important link we've been missing. I hope it's of interest.

Keep up the good work.

Generics=Bad

Iran and Viagra

Hi Adam,

I have to start by saying that you cannot quote me on this. I'm at a conference with named invitees and it wouldn't take much to trace this back.

I'm at the UK Info-Crime Summit, and we've just had a presentation from a guy called David Shore from Pfizer. He was presenting about Counterfeit Medicines.

He introduced himself as having work in "Security" for the UK government before joining Pfizer, and described himself as a "bombs and bullets guy". He also said that he had made the same presentation to Congress in 2006.

The talk was heavy on the "people are dying" rhetoric, with initially lots of pictures of drug labs, but soon became entirely about drugs with active ingredients that are just made to look like brand name drugs.

I have tried to get a copy of his slides, but they've called Charterhouse Rules over the whole event.

The most interesting and No Agenda relevant point that came out of it is that Iran is currently seen as the largest source of "counterfeit" drugs. Viagra was used as an example, with Iran being responsible for buying the most amount of Sildenafil Citrate last year at 22000kg. Apparently the Viagra that can be made from that is worth 140,000 per kg.

Seems worth going to war over? It would show a link between the pharma companies and government strategy.

He finished off by saying that "the biggest threat is from online pharmacies" and whipping the rest of the sheep here into panic over drugs that might poison them.

This seemed like an important link we've been missing. I hope it's of interest.

Keep up the good work.

GOLD

Chantix

Pedo Bear

Food!

Drone Nation

Elite$

Trains Good, Planes Bad (WhooHoo!)

Ministry of Truth

PHONY KONY

YouTube Bot Patched: SPK Bot, Magicviews, and More!

Kony 2012's Old-Fashioned War Propaganda - Reason Magazine

Ken Sunshine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Who is Ken Sunshine? | NBC Los Angeles

Follow the Pipes

Syria/Russia

AFRICOM

allAfrica.com: Angola: U.S. Africom Official Visits Country

Carter Ham - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Social development in Angola increases trade with China|Home|chinadaily.com.cn

Angola prepares for privatisation of railroads | Macauhub English

Mozambique

Oil Cabal

Techno Experts

Chemtrails

Indian-run New Zealand firm designs UAV for cloud seeding | sUAS News

NASA Successfully Launches 5 ATREX Chemtrail Rockets

Gitmo Nation

Shut Up Slave!

Anarchy in the UK! Brits Declare Official End to Free Speech | Veterans Today

Twitter racism: how the law is taking on the 'Twacists' | Technology | The Guardian

Google should be forced to censor search results, say MPs | Technology | The Guardian

A cross-party committee of MPs and peers has urged the government to consider introducing legislation that would force Google to censor its search results to block material that a court has found to be in breach of someone's privacy. In a report published today, the joint Commons and Lords committee said Google should proactively monitor its search results, highlighting evidence given by Max Mosley, the ex-Formula One boss who said he had spent at least 500,000 in 23 countries attempting to remove traces of a video filmed covertly by the News of the World from the internet. Google was criticised by the committee for its "totally unconvincing" objection to requests to filter its search results. The search giant argued that such a policy could threaten the unfettered flow of information online. The committee was set up by the prime minister in May last year to examine privacy and free speech after the controversy over the increasing use of injunctions, including one taken out by the footballer Ryan Giggs. The report, which has been widely trailed, warns against a new privacy law and sets out recommendations for an "enhanced" press regulator. The report's most pointed language is reserved for internet companies -- such as Google, Facebook and Twitter -- which the committee said had presented numerous challenges to the rule of law in the UK. "Google and other search engines should take steps to ensure that their websites are not used as vehicles to breach the law and should actively develop and use such technology," the committee said. "We recommend that if legislation is necessary to require them to do so it should be introduced."

Biodiversite

Beware, We're Having a Heat Wave - NYTimes.com

US heatwave may have been made more likely by global warming | Environment | guardian.co.uk

According to several top scientists, the March heat wave that has shattered records across a wide swath of the U.S. bears some of the hallmarks of global warming. In email conversations, those same scientific researchers who specialize in studying the role climate change plays in influencing individual extreme events -- a burgeoning field known as "extreme event attribution" -- said global warming may have made March's soaring temperatures more likely to occur, although they add that natural variability has played a key role as well.

Although studies have not yet been conducted on the main factors that triggered this heat wave and whether global warming may have tilted the odds in favor of the event, scientific studies of previous heat events clearly show that global warming increases the odds of heat extremes, in much the same way as using steroids boosts the chances that a baseball player will hit more home runs in a given year.

BBC News - Farming needs 'climate-smart' revolution, says report

Fal$e Flag

FBI explanation of missing Oklahoma City bombing tapes not credible, judge says | Deseret News

aangirfan: MERAH WORKED FOR THE SPOOKS?

Nederlandse soldaten op missie slikken gevaarlijk middel - BINNENLAND - PAROOL

Vaccine$

Medical News:H1N1 Vaccine Tied to Spike in Narcolepsy - in Infectious Disease, Flu & URI from MedPage Today

Outsourcing to the Autistic Rather Than to India - Businessweek

Scientists find gene that can make flu a killer - chicagotribune.com

VIDEO

Transcript: Diane Sawyer Interviews Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke - ABC News

Remarks With Estonian Foreign Minister Urmas Paet After Their Meeting

Merah's father threatens to sue France over son's death | euronews, world news

President Obama Speaks at the Nuclear Security Summit | The White House

Marx Brothers "Go West" song 'Clippity Clop' - [VIDEO]

Fuel Strike: Minister Francis Maude Tells Sky News People Should Fill Jerry Cans With Petrol | Business | Sky News

Bill Maher: Racism, gun laws killed Trayvon Martin - [VIDEO]

Rep. Bobby Rush Reveals Hoodie, Gets Kicked Off House Floor [VIDEO]

congresswoman on trayvon - [VIDEO]

LOVE BY THE NUMBERS - ADAM CURRY & MICKY - [VIDEO]

Ron Paul SMACKS Piers Morgan over Delegate Fraud! - [VIDEO]

Joe Biden: 'Thank You Dr. Pepper' - [VIDEO]

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