Since there's so much going on out there that's just too weird not to comment on, here's a special edition of the Thursday Morning Red Pill! These news blurbs to get the juices boiling...
Hollywood: Are there hidden symbolic meanings in the film 2012? The crew at VG break it down for you and the results are a little shocking. (Vigilant Citizen)Please share your favorite links by any means necessary. Best of luck surviving the week. You're one day closer to getting to the weekend.
Big Brother: Get ready to be bombarded with (more) propaganda. There's a new bill floating around the Hill that would make it legal for thee federal government to target propaganda and 'psychological operations' on US citizens. (End of the American Dream)
Ghosts: Would you want grandma living in a haunted house? Well, if she lives in LA, then she might get shipped off to a haunted senior citizens home. A former hospital renown for paranormal activity is getting a facelift and being transformed into apartments for senior citizens. I smell a new sitcom: Grannie Ghost Hunter. (LA Times)
Sheeple: Coming soon.... brand new barcodes with the birth of every baby. That's what writer Elizabeth Moon suggests -- that all humans have barcodes. Yes, humans are nothing more than inventory that needs to be tracked and scanned at checkpoints. (Disinfo)
Drug War: Don't mess with El Loco. The notorious cartel leader in Mexico was arrested for dumping 49 headless bodies on a highway in Monterrey, Mexico. (Yahoo)
Petty Thieves: How bad has it gotten in Las Vegas? A smash and grab team decided to hit up the Bellagio. I think these amateurs saw Ocean's 11 too many times. They dynamic duo tried to steal chips right off the black jack tables by pepper spraying everyone. (Beyond the Bets)
Banksters: What the hell happened with the Facebook IPO? Felix Salmon lists his list of incompentents that includes both members of Facebook's staff and a few investment bankers. (Rueters)
UFOs: Here's a video of four UFOs flying over Melbourne, Australia. (Truth Behind the Scenes)