The now famous, or infamous, 60 Minutes Interview with king of globalism, Nazi collaborator and coffin-dodger extraordinaire, George Soros. Aired on CBS network program "60 Minutes" in 1998. All copyrights are IP of CBS and any respective entity. Re-uploaded here for academic discussion in line with fair use.
This is the video many have claimed to have been "scrubbed" from the internet; I do not hold that view, but make of that claim what you will. In any event, worthwhile viewing.
The great Australian population debate | 60 Minutes Australia
Australia is currently growing at more than twice the rate of America, the United Kingdom, and even China. Many politicians and economists say big is not only beautiful but essential, and that a booming population fuelled by immigration will guarantee our future prosperity. However, as Liam Bartlett finds out, that is a difficult argument to cop for everyday Aussies crushed by endless development, congestion and overcrowding.
Found dead and discarded in Mozambique - What really happened to Elly Warren? | 60 Minutes Australia
For adventurous young backpackers, Tofo, on Mozambique’s south-east coast, is a must-visit destination, spectacular and remote. But two years ago, 20-year-old Australian woman Elly Warren’s trip to paradise ended in the most tragic circumstances. She was found dead, her body callously discarded near a toilet block. Since then it’s been a living hell for her family in Melbourne, made worse because detectives in Mozambique seemed more interested in ignoring the homicide than investigating it. Their attitude infuriated Elly’s father, Paul, so much that he decided to travel to Africa in the hope of uncovering vital clues. His journey is not only heartbreaking and bittersweet, but as Tom Steinfort discovers, also a successful one.
CBS ” 60 MINUTES” documentary on the swine flu epidemic of 1976 in the U.S. It went on air only once and was never shown again. Watch this video documentary and listen to testimony of people who caught Gullian-Barre paralysis because of the swine flu vaccine. They sued the US government for damages.
Should you rush and take the vaccine that is about to be released for A/H1N1 swine flu? I don’t think so. Even if you do catch it, so what? It is only a mild 3-4 days flu. Dr. Russell Blaylock on 1976 Swine Flu and Current Outbreak :
I was in the military during the first swine flu scare in 1976. At the time it became policy that all soldiers would be vaccinated for swine flu. As a medical officer I refused and almost faced a court martial, but the military didn’t want the bad publicity. Despite the assurance by all the experts in virology, including Dr. Sabin, the epidemic never materialized.
What did materialize were 500 cases of Gullian-Barre paralysis, including 25 deaths—not due to the swine flu itself, but as a direct result of the vaccine. At the time President Gerald Ford, on advice from the CDC, called for vaccination of the entire population of the United States.