Sep 21 10:38

Al Qaeda posts video demanding change of government

Note the water marks on the video.SITE and IntelCentre!
Info on Intel here

info on SITE Institute.

The Search for International Terrorist Entities (SITE) Intelligence Group was an organization that tracked the online activity of terrorist organizations[1]. The SITE Institute was founded in 2002 by Rita Katz and Josh Devon

Fuckin pathetic.Yep folks AlQuaeda really is a division ofIsraeli intelligence.

Sep 21 10:08

Germany on edge after fourth consecutive al-Qaeda bomb attack warning

Germany was on edge yesterday after a fourth consecutive al-Qaeda video warned of an imminent bomb attack in Germany unless the Government withdrew its troops from Afghanistan.

The threats were aimed at German voters ahead of next Sunday’s general election and were being taken seriously by the security authorities.

Sep 20 07:54

Czech Republic 'planning to delay signing Lisbon treaty'

EU leaders are said to be furious that the Czech Republic is planning to delay signing the Lisbon treaty for up to six months even if the Irish vote "yes" in their referendum next month.

The country might even try to delay it until after the British general election campaign when a Tory victory would see the question put to voters by David Cameron.

Sep 18 22:12

$100 billion U.S. gov't bonds seized in Italy

U.S. Authorities Probing $100 Billion of Bonds Seized in Italy
By Sonia Sirletti and Elisa Martinuzzi
Sept. 18 (Bloomberg) -- The U.S. Secret Service is examining more than $100 billion of U.S. government bonds confiscated in northern Italy in August, just two months after $134 billion of allegedly fake securities were seized in a nearby town.
The Secret Service is analyzing whether the bonds taken in August may be counterfeit, said a spokeswoman for the U.S. embassy in Rome. Italy’s financial police in Varese, north of Milan, arrested two individuals carrying the securities in a briefcase, according to a person involved in the case.

Sep 17 02:55

U.S. to Shelve Nuclear-Missile Shield

Defense Plans for Poland, Czech Republic to Be Dropped as Iran Rocket Threat Downgraded; Moscow Likely to Welcome Move

WASHINGTON -- The White House will shelve Bush administration plans to build a missile-defense system in Poland and the Czech Republic, according to people familiar with the matter, a move likely to cheer Moscow and roil the security debate in Europe.

The U.S. will base its decision on a determination that Iran's long-range missile program has not progressed as rapidly as previously estimated, reducing the threat to the continental U.S. and major European capitals, according to current and former U.S. officials.

Sep 15 05:09

German schweinhunds/pigs in action

A peaceful demonstration for freedom, 30000 marching, 160 organisations involved including political parties, and this is what happens next...

Sep 14 10:10

Bigard's 9/11 series: 1. The magical passports

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The whole world knows 9-11 is a lie!

Sep 12 08:41

Doubt and anger over carbon tax

THE ANNONCEMENT that taxe carbone will be set at €17 a tonne has been met with strong criticism on how much it will cost to enforce and whether it will work.

The price of a litre of petrol will rise by 4 centimes and a litre of diesel by 4.5 centimes under the new tax, due to begin in 2010, which Prime Minister François Fillon described as a “real ecological and fiscal revolution”.

It will not apply to electricity.

However former Parti Socialiste presidential candidate Ségolène Royal described it as “ineffective, unjust and vicious” adding that people did not have the choice whether to drive or heat their house if there was no proper alternative.

Sep 09 14:54

Nato chief warns against early Afghan exit

Anders Fogh Rasmussen, Nato’s new secretary-general, warned on Wednesday that a rush to withdraw from Afghanistan is not an option for the US-led alliance, in spite of increasing signs that western public opinion is tiring of the war.

Sep 09 08:09

'Germany Has Become a Warring Party under US Command'

It's high time the German government mapped out a clear plan for withdrawing its troops from Afghanistan, write German media commentators. Shocked by last Friday's deadly air strike, voters in Germany want a new strategy that will lead to a pullout.

Sep 09 03:32

Europe’s Complicity in Evil

Address to Mut zur Ethik Conference, "Sovereignty or Imperialism," Feldkirch, Austria, September 5, 2009

There is a widespread supposition that Obama, being black and a member of an oppressed race, will imbue US foreign policy with a higher morality than the world experienced from Bush and Clinton. This is a delusion.

Obama represents the same ideology of American "exceptionalism" as other recent presidents. This ideology designates the United States as The Virtuous Nation and supplies the basis for the belief that America has the right, indeed the responsibility, to impose its hegemony upon the world by bribery or by force. The claim of American exceptionalism produces a form of patriotism that blinds the US population to the immorality of America’s wars of aggression.

Sep 06 08:18

While Europe Sleeps, Bosnia Seethes

In the latest issue of Foreign Affairs, under the headline “The Death of Dayton,” Patrice C. McMahon and Jon Western write that because of ethnic divisions that refuse to heal, widespread corruption and political deadlock, “the country now stands on the brink of collapse” and “unless checked, the current trends toward fragmentation will almost certainly lead to a resumption of violence.”

Sep 04 01:10

Don't Criticize Israel, You Anti-Semite

According to the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary, the definition of anti-Semitism is, "hostility towards or discrimination against Jews as a religious, ethnic or racial group." This should strike everyone as odd, since Jews are hardly the only Semitic people roaming this earth. Most oddly enough, we Arabs are also a Semitic people who speak a Semitic language, unlike many Jews who do not.

Still, over the years, for whatever reason, the term "anti-Semitic" has been reserved exclusively for attacks on Jews, the range of which has become dangerously broad. While this is an age-old issue, so to speak, the recent Swedish-Israeli crisis has brought it back to the fore like never before.

Sep 02 03:03

Jewish, sadistic hate film promoted to the world while true story of Jewish revenge hidden

Introductory Commentary by David Duke – The main co-star of Inglourious Basterds, Eli Roth, is shown holding the baseball bat that he uses to bash out the brains of captured (and defenseless) German soldiers. Roth joyously calls this Weinstein Bros. production that glorifies torture, sadism, scalping and burning alive of Germans as “Jewish Porn” and “orgiastic.” Roth’s previous claim to fame were his movies Cabin Fever and Hostel, both of which promoted extreme sexual sadism and torture against both women and men, including the graphic cutting off of sexual organs.

Sep 02 02:22

Did Hitler Want War?

On Sept. 1, 1939, 70 years ago, the German Army crossed the Polish frontier. On Sept. 3, Britain declared war.

Six years later, 50 million Christians and Jews had perished. Britain was broken and bankrupt, Germany a smoldering ruin. Europe had served as the site of the most murderous combat known to man, and civilians had suffered worse horrors than the soldiers.

By May 1945, Red Army hordes occupied all the great capitals of Central Europe: Vienna, Prague, Budapest, Berlin. A hundred million Christians were under the heel of the most barbarous tyranny in history: the Bolshevik regime of the greatest terrorist of them all, Joseph Stalin.

What cause could justify such sacrifices?

Aug 27 19:50

Embarrassment as 'moon rock' in museum turns out to be just a piece of petrified wood

It's not green cheese, but it might as well be.

The Dutch national museum said today that one of its most prized possessions, a rock supposedly brought back from the moon by U.S. astronauts, is just a piece of petrified wood.

Aug 21 12:44

Romania: Ceausescu's assassination , The Staged Revolution

"Ed Vulliamy 19 July 2009
It was impossible to have a revolution in Romania. So it had to be staged. "Christmas Day 1989: Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena are shot dead by firing squad, after a trial lasting less than two minutes. But was the world watching a people's uprising, or a communist coup d'état?

Aug 20 18:02

Germany: Terror Plot Emerges as Secret Service Game

It was announced as a terror plot busted. German police had captured three young Muslim men in the small village Medebach-Oberschledor, some 450 km southwest of Berlin Sep. 4 in 2007. The police declared they had seized 730 kilograms of hydrogen peroxide, enough to make 550 kg of explosives....
But now, the case has ceased to be "the serious terrorist threat" it was called. It is now a mysterious puzzle of secret service games, prosecutors' alarmism spread by the media, and basic failures of justice.

Aug 18 12:31

Iceland´s Refusal To Pay, A Quantum Leap Away From Debt-Slavery

Iceland promises to be merely the first sovereign nation to lead the pendulum swing away from an ostensibly “real economy” ideology of free markets to an awareness that in practice, this rhetoric turns out to be a junk economics favorable to banks and global creditors.

Aug 16 03:44

Dostoyevsky on the Jewish Question

Fyodor Dostoyevsky left us a prophecy of the threat to Christian civilization by emancipated Jewry.

In his book, Diary Of A Writer, published in 1877, Dostoevsky penned a journal entry entitled "The Jewish Question." With alarming and frightening foresight, by which he penetrated into today’s events, Dostoevsky predicted a growing domination over social and political affairs by the Jews with their newly acquired rights:

“The Jews look forward to world domination. This requires them to maintain their own close-knit identity. If the Jews are given equal legal rights in Russia, but are allowed to keep their ‘State within a State,’ they would be more privileged than the Russians. The consequences of this situation are already clear in Europe.”

Aug 15 06:19

Lockerbie links to Franklin, Dutroux, Mossad, McKee

The Lockerbie bomb has links to:

1. Mossad

2. Iran-Contra

3. The Dutroux and Franklin child abuse scandals

4. Major Charles McKee.

According to a BBC report (BBC News Lockerbie: Conspiracy theories):

A Pan Am investigation is believed to have concluded that the Lockerbie bomb was targeted specifically to kill a small band of US Defence Intelligence Agency operatives (including Major Charles McKee) who had uncovered a drugs ring run by a CIA unit in Lebanon.

The drugs-ring is said to have been set up by Israeli Mossad

Aug 12 08:28

Israeli seeks damages from EU over Hamas rocket attacks

An Israeli man is mounting a landmark legal challenge to demand European Union compensation for damages caused by Hamas rocket attacks on his home.

Israeli and Belgian lawyers acting for Eyal Katorza, who is also a French citizen, are preparing a legal case demanding that the EU does more to protect the 300,000 Europeans living in Israel.

Aug 08 15:35

The European Union and Israel

Why does the European Union not simply cut it´s ties with this small country, one which openly breaks all the international rules, the European Union publicly stands for?

Aug 07 08:20

Russians move 2 SS-21 Tactical Nuke Ballistic Missile Launchers into South Ossetia

Col. Sam Gardiner notes, in an interview with Amy Goodman on Democracy Now, Russia has deployed tactical nuclear weapons to South Ossetia. The SS-21 Missile launchers are relatively weak compared to bombs that have already been used against Georgia by the Russian air force. However, this move does indicate Russia is potentially upping the game from a conventional weapons war to a tactical nuclear More..weapons war. Gardiner notes that at a news conference on Sunday, the US Deputy National Security advisor has noted these weapons arriving in South Ossetia.

Aug 06 20:24

German guinea pigs.How Safe Is the Swine Flu Vaccine?

How Safe Is the Swine Flu Vaccine?
Swine flu symptoms may generally be mild but in a bid to prevent a pandemic health officials and pharmaceutical companies are planning to administer a new, little-tested vaccine to millions of Germans. Meanwhile, officials in the United States are taking a more cautious approach to fighting the virus.

Aug 03 02:30

The Plot To Destroy The US Dollar

PLOTTING THE DESTRUCTION OF THE US DOLLAR and the weakening of its role as the reserve-currency in the global market, was the underlying agenda of the Bilderberg Group, which convened its most ominous meeting to date in Greece on May 14-17, 2009.

According to an alleged Kremlin report, (and it’s believable), the shadowy Bilderberg Group - made up of financial, political and corporate elite - emerged from their conclave after coming to an agreement that in order to continue their drive towards a New World Order dominated by the Western powers, the US dollar had to be destroyed.

Aug 01 06:03

BIS Slammed Federal Reserve and Other Central Banks for Blowing Bubbles and then "Using Gimmicks and Palliatives" which "Will Only Make Things Worse"

If you have any doubt that the Fed and other central banks should have known that a crash was coming, all you have to do is look at this June 2007 article from the Telegraph:

The Bank for International Settlements, the world's most prestigious financial body, has warned that years of loose monetary policy has fuelled a dangerous credit bubble, leaving the global economy more vulnerable to another 1930s-style slump than generally understood...

The BIS, the ultimate bank of central bankers, pointed to a confluence a worrying signs, citing mass issuance of new-fangled credit instruments, soaring levels of household debt, extreme appetite for risk shown by investors, and entrenched imbalances in the world currency system...

Jul 31 03:08

Hillary Out to Strong-Arm Swiss

First we attacked Afghanistan. Then we attacked Iraq. Now the U.S. has it sights set on Switzerland.

Peaceful, neutral Switzerland? That's right. What's the crime? It's not sponsoring terrorism or harboring weapons of mass destruction. No, in the eyes of the U.S. government, Switzerland has done far worse: it's kept money out of the hands of the Internal Revenue Service, money to which the IRS may not even be entitled under any law anywhere.

The U.S. and Switzerland are headed for a diplomatic showdown as the IRS demands that Swiss bank UBS turn over the names of 52,000 U.S. clients in the mere hope of exposing them as tax evaders, prosecuting them and taking their cash.

Jul 27 16:13

German Neo-Nazi murders pregnant Egyptian woman in court

A woman stabbed to death in a German court was an Egyptian who had sued her attacker after he insulted her for wearing the Islamic headscarf, local newspapers reported on Friday.

Marwa Aal-Sherbini, 32, who was killed in a court in Dresden on Wednesday, was the wife of Egyptian academic Elwi Ali Okaz who was also hurt in the incident and is now in critical condition in hospital, the state-owned Al-Akhbar reported.

Husband Okaz was in Germany on a scholarship through Menufiya University’s institute of Genetic Engineering. He is still unaware that his wife had died.

A German man killing a Muslim is called sick. A Muslim man killing a white man is called a Terrorist.

Jul 27 09:00

Hungarian lawmakers reject Holocaust denial law

Hungary’s lawmakers rejected constitutional amendments to make Holocaust denial a punishable offense.

Some local Jewish community leaders believe that Monday's vote secured the first parliamentary victory for Jobbik, a rapidly rising local neo-Nazi movement widely predicted to win several seats in the national elections due within a year.

The proposals, put forth by the ruling Socialist caretaker government, attracted fewer than half the votes needed to adopt a constitutional amendment.

Jul 27 07:16

Credit card crisis to grip Britain, IMF warns

Britain’s credit card debt crisis will get significantly worse in the coming months with a wave of consumer payment defaults, the International Monetary Fund has warned.

The organisation expects £1.5bn of consumer debt across Europe will not be repaid, much of it in Britain which has the highest number of credit card borrowers on the continent.

Analysts say failure to pay credit card bills is likely to increase as unemployment rises and the number of personal insolvencies, which reached 29,774 in the first quarter of the year, continues to rise.

Jul 24 16:47

Europe’s Big Muslim Factor, Can't hogtie Islamic anger

February 26, 2009
Europe’s Muslim Factor
Population’s increasingly significantrole in continent’s politicscould impact Mideast policy.
By Dinah Spritzer
“As Muslims become more electorally significant, the obvious casualty is Israel,” he said.
Many European politicians, particularly those from socialist parties, long have been strong critics of Israel’s dealings with the Palestinians without any prodding from European Muslims.
When the streets of Europe exploded in January during Israel’s 22-day operation against Hamas in Gaza, top European political figures were among those who participated in protests against the Israeli operation.

Jul 23 17:16

US may rearm Georgia, despite Moscow's opposition

The United States does not exclude possibly rearming Georgia following its humiliating defeat to Russia a year ago, even at the cost of angering Moscow, a State Department spokesman said Thursday.

"Georgia is on a path that the United States supports toward NATO membership," reminded Philip Crowley when asked about Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili's calls for US military aid.

Jul 17 09:43

Germany opens 'Nazi' gnome case

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Dear Germany

The war is over. The Nazis lost. It all happened in the first half of the previous century.

And we have problems right here and right now that need to be dealt with.

Kindly join us in the 21st Century.

Jul 14 19:03

Wedding disaster: throwing of bride's bouquet causes plane to crash

That was one heckuva throw! ;)

Jul 13 10:46

"Hitler tree" may face the axe in Polish town

"It's a historic curiosity. What is the oak really guilty of? It's not the tree's fault that it was planted here to honor the biggest criminal and enemy of Poland."

Jul 09 14:40

EU retracts criticism of Israeli settlements

The Foreign Ministry called in the EU ambassador to protest the report, accusing the commission of stepping beyond its authority in issuing such criticism and not taking into account Israel's security concerns in the West Bank.

"The press release unfortunately uses wording which does not reflect statements by the EU Commission," European Union spokesman David Kriss said Thursday.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I guess Israel has a "special relationship" with the EU as well!

Jul 09 04:00

On Marwa al-Sherbiny

Sherbini was a young (32 years old) mother killed in a German court — yes, in an open courtroom during a judicial sesssion — in Dresden July 1 in front of her three-year old son. She was stabbed (18 times)

Oh, sorry, now it appears she was also pregnant with her second child.

(*It’s received very little coverage in Europe or the US, and that fact as well as the crime itself has outraged the Egyptian street to a remarkable degree.)

Jul 08 20:14

Bern to block UBS record transfer to US

The Swiss government on Wednesday waded into the legal battle between UBS and the US authorities by saying it would forbid the bank from handing over confidential client information, if a crucial court case next week required it.

Bern warned it might go as far as confiscating the data, should a US court in Miami rule the bank was obliged to transfer the client names requested.

Jul 05 12:59

Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams urges Israel to release Mairead Maguire

Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams urges Israel to release Gaza aid pair
Sunday, 5 July 2009
Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams today called for the release of anti-war campaigner Mairead Maguire from Israeli custody.The Peace People founder, 65, and former Irish soldier Derek Graham, 40, sailed on a ferry from Cyprus in a bid to break the blockade on the Gaza Strip with a consignment of aid....Irish Justice Minister Micheal Martin has also called for the freeing of the detained pair by Israel....They are being held in prison in Tel Aviv along with former US Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney.
Mr Adams added: "I call on the Irish government and on other EU states to demand the release of Irish and other citizens illegally arrested in international waters,....

Jul 04 08:39

Ex-topless model is first lady stand-in

ITALIAN premier Silvio Berlusconi, who is going through a divorce, has solved the problem of not having a first lady to host other leaders' spouses at next week's G8 summit – a former topless model will look after them.

Former calendar girl Mara Carfagna – who is now Italy's equal opportunities minister – will guide the wives of the world's top leaders while at the conference.

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Sorry, no pictures.

Jul 02 08:46

Eurozone unemployment hits 10-year high

The eurozone unemployment rate climbed to a 10-year high of 9.5 percent in May, official European Union data shows.

Some 273,000 people lost their jobs across the eurozone in May, bringing the number of out of work individuals to 15.013 million -- a rate not recorded since May 1999.

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This is why globalism is such a bad idea. An economic calamity in the US has become a crisis for the entire world!

Jul 02 05:28

Martin Bormann was Rothschild Agent -- Damning Evidence

The second most powerful man in Nazi Germany, Martin Bormann, was a "Soviet" (i.e. Illuminati British) agent who ensured the destruction of both Germany and European Jewry.

Thus, he advanced two of the Illuminati's main goals: integrate Germany into a world government by annihilating its national, cultural and racial pretensions, and establish Israel as the Masonic bankers' world capital by threatening European Jews with extinction.

Jul 01 10:43

Bank Woes Deepening in Europe

Jun 29 03:23

NATO's War Plans For The High North

NATO's War Plans For The High North
Scandinavia and the Baltic Sea

Since the beginning of the year the United States and NATO have repeatedly indicated in both word and deed their intention to lay claim to and extend their military presence in what they refer to as the High North: The Arctic Circle and the waters connecting with it, the Barents and the Norwegian Seas, as well as the Baltic.

Jun 28 09:12

Prices are down, yet spectre of a food crisis hangs over us all

SCOTLAND may have to prepare for a future food crisis, a new report has warned.
The Scottish Government report into the affordability, access and security of food has raised concerns about a hike in the price of food, which peaked in June 2008.

Jun 28 05:53

After Iran, Twitter Conspiracy Hits Germany

Ahead of Germany’s upcoming general elections, officials warn against premature announcements of alleged poll results by Twitter subscribers.

Before the state media are allowed to broadcast exit polls, baseless postings regarding poll results could fuel ill-founded theorizations about the outcome of the event, German authorities said on Saturday.

“It would be a disaster if the survey results were released before voting stations close,” federal election commissioner Roderich Egeler was quoted by Zionist-run Der Spiegel magazine as saying.

Egeler and other German officials suggested that in the event of such an incident, many would feel free to contest the official results.

Jun 27 02:09

Mr. Obama Has His Reasons for Snubbing Disunited Old Europe

There were long faces in Berlin and in Paris after the recent visit by U.S. President Barack Obama: The superstar of the White House granted his most important continental allies less time than Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy would have liked.

Jun 24 19:18

Italy endorses demilitarised Palestine

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has given his backing to Israel's plan for a demilitarised Palestinian state as a solution to the decades-old Middle East conflict.

Speaking to reporters following talks in Rome with Israel's hardline leader, Benjamin Netanyahu, on the Israeli prime minister's first trip to Europe since his election, Mr Berlusconi described as "absolutely necessary" for peace a future Palestinian state that would be unable to maintain an army.

The Italian premier also supported the requirement that the new country recognise Israel as a Jewish state, a move that implicitly renounces claims to any return of refugees to land lost at the founding of Israel in 1948.

Jun 19 12:08

Berlusconi suggests legal brothels

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has raised the possibility of legalising brothels - outlawed in the country since 1958.

The number of prostitutes working the streets in Italian cities has increased, with many women smuggled into the country from eastern Europe and Africa by criminal gangs.

Jun 18 20:05

U.S., European Union Try Good-Cop, Bad-Cop Approach

European states are taking a considerably more aggressive line toward Tehran's clerical leaders than the Obama administration as Iran's postelection crisis deepens, fueling the ire of U.S. Republicans and some democracy activists.

The approach suggests an unusual reversal among the Americans and Europeans from recent history, with Washington emerging as a relatively passive voice and the European Union assuming the role of Tehran's chief scold. But the dynamic also is being welcomed by many European officials involved in Iran diplomacy as an effective approach against Tehran.

Jun 16 13:18

Germany Prepares to Censor Internet

Germany is on the verge of censoring its Internet: The government – a grand coalition between the German social democrats and conservative party – seems united in its decision: On Thursday the parliament is to vote on the erection of an internet censorship architecture.

The Minister for Family Affairs kicked off and lead the discussions within the German Federal Government to block Internet sites in order to fight child pornography. The general idea is to build a censorship architecture enabling the government to block content containing child pornography.

Jun 09 12:22

US government securities seized from Japanese nationals, not clear whether real or fake

Hmmmm...caught trying to unload US securities without the accompanying currency fluctuations?

Jun 09 12:07

Fed’s Dollar Lie Called Out by Victorious Merkel

This week’s elections for the European Parliament are an example of Europe’s new mood. In Germany and France, voters supported incumbent conservative or centrist parties. In Spain and the U.K., they punished center-left parties that are at the helm. All over, the left got trounced.

“Social Democrats get hammered for their belief that the voter honors throwing taxpayer money at failing corporations,” Wilfried Prewo told me by e-mail. He is chief executive of the Hannover Chamber of Industry and Commerce, which represents an area of Germany that includes Volkswagen’s home.

Jun 08 22:50

Berluscoland, Italy's Bohemian Grove

Anatomy of Berluscoland
MIGUEL MORA 07/06/2009
Let us now visit Villa Certosa, the mysterious Sardinian mansion property of the Milanese tycoon who is currently Prime Minister and rotating president of the G-8, as well as leader of the People of Freedom party, elected by show of hands.

Jun 05 08:45

Berlusconi fury over naked photos

Italian PM Silvio Berlusconi has reacted angrily to the publication in Spain of photographs showing topless women and a naked man at his villa.

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Jun 05 07:31

Gross Fraud At Nuremberg - An Ugly History

These paragraphs are, of course, only a very brief overview of the innumerable deficiencies of the 'evidence' at Nuremberg. The overwhelming Jewish presence behind the scenes as interrogators, jailers and torturers is covered elsewhere in Irving's excellent, but far from complete, study. The sampling of techniques employed, however, is more than sufficient to demonstrate that truth was never the objective of the orchestrators of the trial. That is the key point in evaluating Nuremberg. All the evidence, real and faked at the great trial, was evidence in pursuit of a pre-determined verdict.

Jun 03 09:47

Take five-year holiday to cut costs, Spanish bank invites employees

"How would you like to spend more time with your family - like the next five years?" is not the kind of offer employees usually want to hear from their bosses in the depths of an economic crisis.

But BBVA, Spain's secondbiggest bank, has posed that question to staff as part of its latest cost-cutting drive. It is hoping at least some of its 29,954 Spanish employees agree not to come to work for up to five years - in exchange for nearly a third of their usual salary and a guaranteed job when they want to return.

Jun 03 04:07

Germany Blasts 'Powers of the Fed'

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, in a rare public rebuke of central banks, suggested the European Central Bank and its counterparts in the U.S. and Britain have gone too far in fighting the financial crisis and may be laying the groundwork for another financial blowup.

"I view with great skepticism the powers of the Fed, for example, and also how, within Europe, the Bank of England has carved out its own small line," Ms. Merkel said in a speech in Berlin. "We must return together to an independent central-bank policy and to a policy of reason, otherwise we will be in exactly the same situation in 10 years' time."

Jun 01 11:48

FLASHBACK - EU accounts 'open to fraud'

Marta Andreasen, the former chief accountant of the European Union says that flaws in the EU accounting system leave it vulnerable to fraud on a massive scale.

In an interview for BBC HARDtalk she warns that the EU is open to potential frauds worse than the recent scandals at Enron and WorldCom.

May 31 16:00

Czech politicans pelted with eggs during an EU rally in Prague

Chairman of the Czech Social Democrats Jiri Paroubek tries to cover his face as he is pelted with eggs during a rally for the European Parliament elections in Prague, Czech Republic

May 22 11:24

European Union ready to back sanctions against Iran

Yossi Levy, the Foreign Ministry's spokesman for the Hebrew media, said that while he was not willing to discuss intelligence reports, "there is no doubt that the European community now understands the urgent need to roll up their sleeves and keep Iran from acquiring nuclear military capabilities."

One senior government official who deals extensively with the issue attributed the "new spirit" in Europe to a realization that time was running out on the ability to keep Iran from attaining nuclear capabilities.

May 16 18:36

The BNP: If Muslims Vote,They Lose

The Muslim community can make a crucial
difference in keeping BNP bigots out of office.
Make sure you use your vote to stop them
on Thursday 4 June.

The fascists of the British National Party (BNP) are a threat to everyone. But
they are particularly dangerous for Muslims living in this country. That is
why Unite Against Fascism is urging every British Muslim to use their vote on
Thursday 4 June – and use it to help defeat the BNP.

The BNP is not like the other political parties. It is a fascist organization. Its
leaders and core members are violent racist thugs with a history of whipping up
hatred against black people, Asians, Jews and immigrants. But in recent years the
BNP has focused on a new target: Muslims. They have dedicated themselves to

May 15 15:26

Europe's economy contracts most since 1995

Europe’s economy contracted at the fastest pace in at least 13 years in the first quarter as companies cut output and jobs to survive the worst global slump in more than six decades.

The deepest global recession since World War II is curbing European exports and eroding consumer demand, forcing companies to cut spending and jobs. The German and Italian economies also contracted by the most on record.

May 01 03:57

The Western notion of global PROGRESS cuts a huge reality fart - EU unemployment hits 20 million

BBC - Unemployment across the 27 EU member states reached 20 million in March.

[Oh yeh, sure... The Western design and the Western ethic knows how to make for a better world for all of us, -sure it does. 20 million people in Europe are standing in the unemployment line. Kafkaesque enough for you? Did someone REALLY vote for this? Feudalism was better than the credit economy, all these morons bought for themselves.]

May 01 00:17

Israel warns EU to tone down its criticism

JERUSALEM – Israel warned the European Union on Thursday to tone down its criticism of the new Israeli government or risk forfeiting the bloc's role as broker in Mideast peace efforts.

The warning came after EU's commissioner for external relations, Benita Ferrero-Waldner, this week criticized Israel's refusal to endorse a Palestinian state. She said an upgrade in Israeli-EU relations would depend on Israel's commitment to the "two-state solution."

It also came ahead of a planned trip to Europe next week by Israel's foreign minister, Avigdor Lieberman — his first official trip abroad. The ultranationalist Lieberman's comments about Arabs and Mideast peace have raised international concerns about the new Israeli Cabinet's intentions.

Apr 29 07:56

German police raid British army bases

Police have raided several British army facilities in Germany on suspicion of military personnel involvement in an alleged bribery case.

According to prosecutors in Wuppertal, over 200 police officers and 50 officials searched British military installations in the towns of Moenchengladbach, Elmpt, Paderborn and Herford on Tuesday. Eight local companies were also examined.

German authorities suspect that around 21 civilian employees of the British military have accepted kick-backs from local firms in order to secure lucrative contracts.

Apr 26 06:15

German FM to US: Remove Nukes

In the lower house of the Bundestag, German Foreign Minister and Vice-Chancellor Frank-Walter Steinmeier today called for the United States to remove its nuclear arsenal from German soil.

Apr 25 05:52

EU stimulus amounts to a ticket out of town - As Jobs Die, Europe’s Migrants Head Home

The New York Times RACHEL DONADIO and NELSON D. SCHWARTZ - Mr. Mituletu, who is planning to return to Romania next month, is one of millions of immigrants from Eastern Europe, Latin America and Africa who have flocked to fast-growing places like Spain, Ireland and Britain in the past decade, drawn by low unemployment and liberal immigration policies.

I Pity The Poor Immigrant

Apr 24 06:30

Tony Blair calls on world to wage war on militant Islam

Tony Blair has said he does not regret leading Britain to war in Iraq when he was Prime Minister and has called on the world to take on and defeat Islamic extremists. He believes that, without intervention, the problem will continue to grow in countries such as Afghanistan.

He called for a battle to be waged against militant Islam similar to that fought against revolutionary communism.

In an address last night to a forum on religion and politics in Chicago, Mr Blair said that the world today faced a struggle posed by "an extreme and misguided form of Islam", which threatened the majority of Muslims as well as non-Muslims.

Apr 23 04:40

German economy 'to shrink by 6%' - Excess Capacity Likely to Shift Toward Re-armament

BBC -Germany's economy will shrink by 6% this year and continue to contract in 2010 according to a forecast from the country's leading economic think tanks.

The estimates, compiled by eight institutes for the German Economy Ministry, also predicts that the rate of unemployment will hit 10% next year.

[If history serves as a guide, -we are going to see a German re-armament campaign that will quickly shift world power dynamics.]

Apr 11 05:52

Polish politician fumes over "gay" elephant in zoo

"We didn't pay 37 million zlotys (7.6 million pounds) for the largest elephant house in Europe to have a gay elephant live there," Michal Grzes, a conservative councillor in the city of Poznan in western Poland, was quoted as saying.

"We were supposed to have a herd, but as Ninio prefers male friends over females how will he produce offspring?" said Grzes, who is from the right-wing opposition Law and Justice party.

Apr 11 04:01

Why Europe Won't Fight

"No one will say this publicly, but the true fact is we are all talking about our exit strategy from Afghanistan. We are getting out. It may take a couple of years, but we are all looking to get out."

Thus did a "senior European diplomat" confide to The New York Times during Obama's trip to Strasbourg.

Europe is bailing out on us. Afghanistan is to be America's war.

During what the Times called a "fractious meeting," NATO agreed to send 3,000 troops to provide security during the elections and 2,000 to train Afghan police. Thin gruel beside Obama's commitment to double U.S. troop levels to 68,000.

Why won't Europe fight?

Apr 10 08:04

German MPs reject Steinmeier’s sanction against Iran

Lawmakers of all parties in German Parliament, except the co-ruling Social Democrats (SPD), slammed Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier for planning to step up sanctions over Iran’s nuclear program, the daily Der Tagesspiegel said Wednesday.

Legislators of the co-governing Christian Democratic Union (CDU) as well as the opposition Free Democratic Party (FDP) and Greens warned that Steinmeier’s new sanction threats would undermine any diplomatic progress in resolving the impasse over Tehran’s nuclear program.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Tehran's "Nuclear Program" is a power station, an activity allowed under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.

Nobody has found any evidence that Iran is covertly building nuclear weapons underneath their reactor the way Israel is known to be doing underneath Dimona.

Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier is pro-Zionist, a hard core supporter of Israel, and is indeed openly of the opinion that Germany's role on the Holocaust means that present day Germans (who had not even been born when WW2 happened) must do what Israel says.

But here is the problem. Israel was saying that Iraq was also secretly building nuclear weapons underneath the power station at Osirik, as Israel does underneath Dimona. Israel bombed Osirik. Following the 2003 invasion international inspectors looked at the riuns and confirmed that there had never been any secret weapons laboratory at Osirik, as Israel has underneath Dimona.

So, why should present day Germans, most of whom were not alive during WW2 and therefore do not bear any responsibility for what happened under the Nazis, obey the will of a foreign power who is so often totally wrong as it flings death and destruction onto its neighbors?

Apr 08 02:43

The Two Faces of Barack Obama One for the masses, one for the power elite

The news from Europe, if you listen to our infatuated media, is that the Euros love President Obama: according to the American reportage, his recent trip there was a cavalcade of photo-ops, cheering crowds, and hugs from the queen of England. Even the French were in awe of him! However, if you look beneath the surface, not that far beneath the gloss and the glam there runs a current of irritation, and, dare I say it, resentment.

Apr 07 08:53

Swiss slide into deflation signals the next chapter of this global crisis

Watch Switzerland closely. It is tipping into deflation, the first Western country to succumb to Japan's disease.

Apr 07 08:47

Nato 60th summit in Strasbourg marred by street battles and arson

Buildings were set on fire and running battles were fought between protesters and riot police in the streets of Strasbourg, where Barack Obama and world leaders have gathered for a Nato summit.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The protesters are smart enough to know that NATO exists to make war with Russia, and if the US invades Iran, war with Russia is inevitable.

They know that unless they choose to fight against the war mongers now, they will soon have no choice but to fight for them from now on.

They have chosen to fight now.

Apr 06 14:04

Austrian Bank Scion Is Accused of Fraud

Prosecutors accused Mr. Meinl of artificially bolstering shares of the real estate company Meinl European Land on the Vienna stock exchange, even as its investments in real estate across Eastern and Central Europe cratered.

Mr. Meinl was able to raise bail of 100 million euros ($135 million), and was released Friday morning. Although formal charges have not yet been brought, prosecutors feared Mr. Meinl might flee because he holds dual Austrian and British citizenship and because he owns a Falcon jet that he flies himself.

Apr 06 12:24

EU Sharpens Tone Against New Israeli Government

Germany and the European Union are unhappy with the approach so far by Benjamin Netanyahu's government to the Middle East peace process. EU diplomats are increasing pressure on Israel to voice its support for a two-state solution that would see the creation of a Palestinian state.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

EU diplomats are on drugs!

Apr 06 11:52

Mass protest in Rome over financial crisis

Several hundred thousand workers, pensioners, immigrants and students filled a Rome park on Saturday in protest at the Italian government's handling of the financial crisis.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

How convenient that the Colosseum is nearby! Now if we could just scare up a few lions...

Apr 06 11:26

Israeli settlement produce may be enjoying EU privileges

European Union officials are seeking evidence to support claims that fruit and vegetables from Israeli settlements in the Palestinian territories are being exported under false pretense.

In a note circulated to its fellow EU governments in late 2008, Britain expressed concern that goods from Israeli settlements in the West Bank may be entering the Union without paying the legally required duties.

Apr 05 09:39

Blair steps up fight to be crowned first 'President of EU'

Tony Blair has emerged as the leading candidate to become the first permanent president of the European Union after Gordon Brown gave his grudging blessing to the plan. The former prime minister has stepped up his campaign for the job, which he wants to use to build a bridge between Europe and the new Obama administration.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Seriously, Phony Tony, what did Europe ever do to you?

And to my European readers, please remember the Dodgy Dossier!

Apr 03 08:59

Sarkozy, Merkel Frozen in the Cold War

This is a sad time for France and the rest of Europe. French President Nicolas Sarkozy has decided – without asking the French Parliament and against the majority of the French people – that France must be reintegrated as a military power into NATO’s command. This is not only a coup d’etat, it is also the most reactionary choice you could imagine. In trying to pull it off, Sarkozy is swimming against deep and forceful historical currents in Europe. In doing so, he may be bringing some comfort to the transatlantic elites, but it will be short-lived, because the peoples of Europe will resist the arbitrary will of their governments.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The people of Europe recognize that this ramp up of NATO is the preparation for WW3, which will be used to redraw the maps, while thinning out the "useless eaters."

Apr 02 08:50

Sean O'Grady: Next stop in the crisis could be the collapse of the euro

Yet, in its own small way, Ireland and the other economic sick men of Europe could presage the most violent international currency crisis in decades; the break-up of the euro. Alarmist? Certainly. Impossible? Certainly not.

Apr 01 04:09

Obama calls for G20 global action - organisers have dubbed the event "Financial Fools Day".

BBC - Police helicopters were seen circling above the Bank of England, according to a BBC reporter.

Police had warned of "unprecedented" levels of protest and are mounting a huge security operation.

"Just not being George Bush is a huge advantage. George Bush was one of the most unpopular presidents of modern times," he said.

Mar 29 04:53

Norwegian = Dumber Than a Swede - Norway's global pension gamble

BBC News - Jorn Madslien It all came to a head earlier this month when it was revealed that Mr Slyngstad's fund suffered a loss of more than $90bn (£61bn) last year.

Rather than retrenching, Mr Slyngstad is preparing to pump billions more dollars into global stock markets.

Mar 26 19:58

Fears of unrest in eastern Europe grow as Czech government collapses

Mar 26 19:43

Swiss banks ban top executive travel

Switzerland’s private banks have started to ban their top executives from travelling abroad, even to neighbouring France and Germany, because of fears they will be detained as part of a global crackdown on bank secrecy.

Mar 25 07:50

Czech Republic joins East Europe's falling dominoes

The economic crisis sweeping Central and Eastern Europe has claimed a third victim in a month after the Czech government lost a vote of no confidence on Tuesday night in a drama that risks setting off a fresh round of investor flight from the region.

Mar 24 02:52

Sweden Says No to Saving Saab

The New York Times Sarah Lyall TROLLHATTAN, Sweden — Saab Automobile may be just another crisis-ridden car company in an industry full of them. But just as the fortunes of Flint, Mich., are permanently entangled with General Motors, so it is impossible to find anyone in this city in southwest Sweden who is not somehow connected to Saab.

Struggling for its own survival, G.M. has said it will completely pull out of Saab by the end of 2009, a course that Ms. Olofsson, the enterprise minister, described as tantamount to declaring “that they wash their hands of Saab and drop it into the laps of the Swedish taxpayers.”

Mar 23 12:19

Daimler saved by Middle Eastern wealth fund

A sovereign fund controlled by the oil-rich sheikhs of Abu Dhabi has become the biggest shareholder in Mercedes owner Daimler, guaranteeing its independence and future with a €1.95bn (£1.8bn) capital injection.

Mar 16 14:56

Greek extremists threaten more bombings after Citibank attacks

A Greek extremist group known for its violent attacks has threatened to carry out more bombings in the wake of two recent strikes targeting US banking group Citibank.

In an eight-page proclamation published in Greek weekly Pontiki, far-left group Revolutionary Struggle said its aim remained to foment "revolution" and use the global economic crisis against capitalism.

"We intend to continue timed (bomb) attacks," the proclamation said.

Mar 13 08:20

Minister admits German massacre warning was a fake

A second German school not far from the scene of this week’s massacre was evacuated this morning after threats discovered on the internet.

The alert came as a senior minister in the southern state of Baden-Württemberg admitted that an online warning that he claimed had come from the teenage gunman in Winnenden was a forgery - as the administrators of the website had insisted.

Mar 12 16:47

French anti-P2P law toughest in the world

France's long talked-out law to kick repeat copyright infringers off the Internet has finally come up for debate in Parliament. If passed, it would be illegal not to secure one's Internet connection, and even public WiFi hotspots will have to offer only a "white list" of approved sites.

Mar 11 08:05

Overvalued euro set to plunge 'within months'

Investors take out short trades when they expect a currency to fall. In recent days, futures traders in the US have significantly increased their bets that the euro will fall against the dollar. Data released by the Washington-based Commodity Futures Trading Commission on Friday showed that the "net short position" of trades against the euro by hedge funds and speculators almost doubled in the week to March 3 to 19,431 contracts from 10,081 contracts a week earlier.

Mar 11 07:16

Students killed in German school shooting

A gunman dressed in a black combat uniform opened fire at a high school in southern Germany this morning, killing at least 15 people and injuring others before he was shot and killed by police.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

If only one teacher had had a gun....

I also note that his name is not given.

Mar 07 07:54

Why It Could Be Curtains for the Euro

The biggest victim of the global housing and credit bubble may be the euro — the single currency of 16 European nations. Having just celebrated its 10th birthday in a free-fall, the euro is being exposed for all of its structural weaknesses.