Monday, June 10, 2013

Orwell's Government Surveillance Nightmare Is Flying Off the Shelves

In the storm of outrage about government data tapping Orwell's dystopian work "1984" is flying off the shelves



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Sales of George Orwell's "1984" are up 69 percent on Amazon, according to the Amazon's 'Movers and Shakers' list. The book’s 60th anniversary was on June 6th, amidst a flurry of real-world news stories on secret government surveillance.

UPDATE: The current sales rank is 106. The list identifies the biggest gainers in sales rank compared to twenty-four hours ago. As of 3:22PM EST, sales are up 91 percent and rising. 1984: 60th-Anniversary Edition (Plume) - 1984 DVD - IMDB - Source

Bilderberg 2013, VIDEO: House of Commons Holding Raucous Debate

Bilderberg is over. Time to find out what policy consensus will be implemented "in the environments which they [Bilderbergers] affect" (words said in 2010 by former Secretary General of NATO and two-time Bilderberg participant, Willy Claes)



House of Commons.

UPDATE: Labour MP Michael Meacher, who visited protesters at the weekend, today made good on his vow to officially quiz Osbourne on his Bilderberg attendance. However, it was MP Kenneth Clarke, a Bilderberg Steering Committee member who answered the question in the House of Commons, dismissing any theories that the group influences public policy, and claiming that the group is not beholden to public scrutiny.