Decade in Review 2000 to 2009 from Y2K to the 2009 Christmas Day Underwear Bomber it was an interesting decade. Enjoy the news by photos video.
Newsweek put together a 7 minute video decade in review 2000-2009 news by photos.
Sports fans may enjoy this Decade in Review 2000 to 2009 news by photos Sports video:
Lets hope we see the end of the next decade – it’s survival of the fittest with corrupt bankers, governments and a Polar Ice Shift on the horizon. Good Luck Earthlings. Best of Success in Everything. Go for your Dreams.
Filed under alternative media, alternative news and information, citizen journalism, Entertainment, Everything is Connected, Global Enslavement, Highlight Video, Motivation, Movies, Music, News, News by Photos vBlog, non mainstream media, NWO New World Order, Sports Champions, Survival of the Fittest, TV Television, Wake Up People, World Events
The year 2009 in review photos jibjab video and more.
From Barack Obama in January to Stock Market crash in March to the alleged death of Michael Jackson. From the Tea Party Movement to Tiger Woods Thanksgiving meltdown to the Christmas Day underwear bomber and spectacular new years eve fireworks, 2009 was a year for the ages.
Filed under alternative media, alternative news and information, American Union, Celebrity Deaths, Entertainment, Highlight Video, Movies, News by Photos vBlog, NWO New World Order, Survival of the Fittest, TV Television, World Events
Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, a 23 year old Nigerian al Qaeda operative failed to detonate a bomb aboard Northwest Flight 253 [Delta] on Christmas Day 2009. Explosives pentaerythritol (PETN) and triacetone triperoxide (TATP) were concealed in his underwear, allowing him to detonate the bomb at the time of his choosing.
After the botched attempt , the enemy combatant Abdulmutallab faces several charges including the attempted use of a WMD weapon of mass destruction, attempted murder, the willful attempt to destroy and wreck an aircraft within the jurisdiction of the USA and willfully placing a destructive device on an aircraft.