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Feb 17 15:53

The long arm of Israel must be amputated

Gilad Atzmon argues that, given the close relationship between the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office and the Mossad intelligence agency, Premier Binyamin Netanyahu must be held to account personally for the murder of a Hamas official in Dubai by Israeli Mossad agents travelling on cloned European passports.

Feb 17 15:27

Italy's Government Seeks Control Over Online Videos

Italy's government is drafting a decree that would give it control over online video content.

In a country where Internet usage is still relatively small, the measure is seen as an attempt by Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi to protect his TV empire from future competition from the freewheeling world of Google and YouTube.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Silicon Curtain descends over Italy!

Feb 17 13:13

Greek Ex-Minister: Other Euro Countries Did Swaps Too

Greece's 2001 deal to swap some of its debt using currency derivatives was in line with what other euro-zone countries were doing, Yiannos Papantoniou, the country's finance and economy minister when the deal was made, told CNBC.com Wednesday.

The transaction, intermediated by Goldman Sachs, involved exchanging about 2.8 billion euros ($3.8 billion) worth of bonds denominated in yen and US dollars — that would have generated substantial outflows in 2002 — into euros, maturing in 2019, Papantoniou explained.

"We took a loan that was to be repaid in 2019," he said in a telephone interview. "It was public. I know that what we've done then was consistent with what was done by many euro zone countries."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

So, Goldman Sachs was helping ALL the U conceal the true scale of their debts from their own people?

This IS going to turn into a global revolution.

Feb 17 09:45

Greece loses EU voting power in blow to sovereignty

The European Union has shown its righteous wrath by stripping Greece of its vote at a crucial meeting next month, the worst humiliation ever suffered by an EU member state.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Do these idiots WANT riots?

Feb 17 08:16

Spanish Intelligence Probing Debt “Attacks”

Citing unnamed sources, El Pais said the National Intelligence Centre (CNI) was looking into “speculative attacks” on Spain following the Greek debt crisis.

Feb 17 08:07

The Hoi Polloi vs. Goldman Sachs

Greece is turning into a battle royal between the global financial elites and the average worker in the industrial West. This started out as a more limited struggle, pitting the finance ministers and central banks of the European Union against the Greek unions, but the fight has unexpectedly broadened with news of the surreptitious involvement of Goldman Sachs in helping Greece avoid borrowing constraints.

Another way to look at this is to ask yourself who knows how much has really been borrowed by various governments around the world?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Goldman Sachs evades the rules, bets against their own clients, plunges corporations, states, and nations into debt, then blames the workers for not knowing their place when they complain about the poverty.

It's like when Bernie Madoff got arrested for swindling his clients for $65 billion and his wife blamed the Goyim for all their troubles.

Feb 16 09:11

Goldman Sachs Shorted Greek Debt After It Arranged Those Shady Swaps

Goldman Sachs arranged swaps that effectively allowed Greece to borrow 1 billion Euros without adding to its official public debt. While it arranged the swaps, Goldman also sought to buy insurance on Greek debt and engage in other trades to protect itself against the risk of a default on those swaps.

Feb 16 08:00

Goldman Sachs in new storm over secret deal to mask Greek debts

oldman Sachs struck a secret deal with Greece to help it mask its vast debts, it emerged yesterday.

The Wall Street giant is claimed to have reaped as much as £192million in fees by entering a complex currency transaction in 2001 that helped Athens borrow cash without putting it on the books as a loan.

The so-called 'swap' deal, while permitted under EU rules, helped Greece meet eurozone limits on government borrowing.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

That seems to be what Goldman Sachs is best at; getting around the rules.

Feb 15 08:43

Wall St. Helped to Mask Debt Fueling Europe’s Crisis

Wall Street tactics akin to the ones that fostered subprime mortgages in America have worsened the financial crisis shaking Greece and undermining the euro by enabling European governments to hide their mounting debts.

Feb 14 13:47

Greece turns on EU critics


Mr Papandreou blamed the European Commission for failing to crack down on the previous conservative government’s “criminal record” in falsifying statistics. “This has undermined the responsibility of the European institutions with international markets,” he said.


As USSR had to falsify the reality to be more like they wanted it to be.

Feb 13 08:05

Why the Eurosceptics were right all along

Thus, as the Eurosceptics warned, a single currency leads to loss of sovereignty, which sounds like an abstract idea until you get a crisis like this. It applies even to the more economically successful countries. If the eurozone is to survive, Germany may have to keep rates lower than it might wish, risking inflation. Eventually, like Greece, it will have to accept greater EU control over public spending levels. Neither country can run a wholly independent fiscal policy within the eurozone, any more than Cardiff or London can within the sterling zone.

You could argue that, with proper democratic controls, a single European treasury would be good for everybody. But the pro-Europeans never made that argument, preferring to insist that the loss of sovereignty was an illusion.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The same arguments being used to sell the idea of a global government, I might point out!

Feb 12 17:16

Collapse of the euro is 'inevitable': Bailing out the Greek economy futile, says FRENCH banking chief

The European single currency is facing an 'inevitable break-up' a leading French bank claimed yesterday.

Strategists at Paris-based Société Générale said that any bailout of the stricken Greek economy would only provide 'sticking plasters' to cover the deep- seated flaws in the eurozone bloc.

Feb 12 13:47

Euro zone GDP recovery falters, bumpy road ahead

The euro zone's economic recovery lost steam in the final quarter of last year as gross domestic product barely expanded, with France the only one of the currency area's four biggest economies to post growth.

Feb 12 13:20

Angela Merkel dashes Greek hopes of rescue bid

Angela Merkel, the German chancellor, mounted stiff resistance tonight to any swift bailout of Greece, as a rift opened up between European capitals over how best to tackle the risks posed to the euro.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

WATCH THIS CLOSELY, BECAUSE THE RESERVE BANKING SYSTEM BASED ON THE EURO IS JUST A SMALL SCALE EXAMPLE OF WHAT THE UN WANTS TO IMPOSE AS A GLOBAL CURRENCY.

Feb 12 11:36

Euro continues to fall as EU fails to agree Greece rescue plan

Feb 12 11:05

Euro Area Headed for Breakup, SocGen’s Edwards Says

Southern European countries are trapped in an overvalued currency and suffocated by low competitiveness, a situation that will lead to the breakup of the euro bloc, according to Societe Generale SA’s top-ranked strategist Albert Edwards.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

You know, maybe this huge government thing isn't such a great idea after all.

Feb 12 07:36

European Union denies US snoops access to electronic banking data

A U.S. push to legally access data generated by Europe's electronic banking activity has been rebuffed by EU lawmakers in a vote of parliament, according to published reports.

Though U.S. snoops have been allowed to access data through the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (Swift) since the beginning of February on the basis of a provisional security agreement, "Liberal, Socialist and Green euro-MPs" were successful in vetoing the deal, Euronews reported.

Feb 12 05:07

Greece is NWO Test Ground, Says Greek Reader

This government will ban transactions in cash over 1500 euros, in order to make all of us have credit cards. The obvious first step is to ban all cash transactions, then merge this new ID card with the credit system, then, well.... insert this merged ID card into our bodies...

Feb 11 05:49

Franco-German bailout of Athens expected to avert euro collapse

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Globalism faw down go boom!

Feb 10 06:48

Greece hit by nationwide strike over austerity measures

Public sector workers in Greece have launched a national strike, with thousands rallying against the government's budget-cutting measures.

Feb 09 12:24

The Bankrupt PIGS of Europe

They are called the PIGS—Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Spain. What they have in common is that all are facing deficits and debts that could bring on national defaults and break up the European Union.

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Feb 07 09:05

All Hell Could Beak Loose in Europe This Week; CDS Counter-Party Risks Again

Feb 06 08:34

Shares tumble and pound plummets as crisis looms for the Eurozone

Stock markets tumbled worldwide yesterday amid fears that crippling debt levels in southern Europe could destabilise the euro and derail economic recovery.

Portugal and Spain became the latest Eurozone countries to cause a panic among investors, as economists cast doubt on their ability to control their national debt.

With Greece already expected to need a bail-out of up to £16billion from the European Central Bank, there are real concerns that the Eurozone may become unviable in its present form.

Feb 05 12:17

Fears of 'Lehman-style' tsunami as crisis hits Spain and Portugal

The Greek debt crisis has spread to Spain and Portugal in a dangerous escalation as global markets test whether Europe is willing to shore up monetary union with muscle rather than mere words.

Feb 05 09:51

Greece faces barrage of strikes over austerity package

A Greek belt-tightening package ran into trouble Thursday as the country's top trade union announced a giant strike amid fears that the eurozone crisis could deepen with Spain and Portugal's rising debt.

Feb 05 08:59

Warning of Greek crisis spreading across EU

THE Greek debt crisis has spread to Spain and Portugal in a dangerous escalation as global markets test whether Europe is willing to shore up monetary union with muscle rather than mere words.

Julian Callow from Barclays Capital said the European Union might need to invoke emergency treaty powers to halt the contagion by issuing an EU guarantee for Greek debt. "If not contained, this could result in a 'Lehman-style' tsunami spreading across much of the EU," he said.

Credit default swaps measuring bankruptcy risk on Portuguese debt surged 28 basis points on Thursday to a record 222 on reports that Jose Socrates was about to resign as prime minister after failing to secure enough votes in parliament to carry out austerity measures.

Feb 04 08:26

Pro-Israel Lobbies Work on Europe

Defenders of Israel’s aggressive stance have for many years been recognised as a powerful force shaping United States foreign policy. A less well-known fact is that the pro-Israel lobby has been making a concerted effort to strengthen its presence in Europe.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Europe needs to learn from the US' mistake before it is too late!

Jan 29 16:08

Is the EU planning an 'Athens bail-out'? Officials 'consider last resort' amid fears weak Greece could drag down euro zone

The EU may be planning an emergency rescue plan for Greece after a leading German politician warned the 'dangerous weakness' of some EU states could threaten the entire euro zone.

Jan 27 01:27

Norway Pays Bitter Price for Mass Third World Immigration

The NRK report concluded that “not a single one of the offenders had a Western background. Four people have been arrested. In all other cases, the victims reported that the offenders either looked like non-Western immigrants, or they spoke a non-Western language. Not a single case has been connected to a Western man.”

According to official figures released in 2008, Third World immigration accounted for 25 percent of Oslo’s population. Data from the city and state statistics bureau shows that of Oslo’s 560,484 residents, 137,878 were immigrants.

The largest single immigrant group continues to be from Pakistan. Next in line is Somalia. Other countries with relatively large immigrant groups in Oslo include Sri Lanka, Iraq, Turkey, Vietnam and Iran.

Jan 22 14:52

ECB prepares legal grounds for euro rupture as Greece festers

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Is the EU starting to fragment?

Did the global warmistas, swine floozies, and madoff-with-the-looters set up the fall of nations to pave the way for a global government which may not materialize at all?

A new Dark Ages?

Jan 21 08:07

ECB prepares legal ground for euro rupture as Greek crisis escalates

Fears of a euro break-up have reached the point where the European Central Bank feels compelled to issue a legal analysis of what would happen if a country tried to leave monetary union.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

UPDATE: This story just got yanked by the Telegraph with no explanation. The text is still HERE, however.

Jan 18 07:41

Proposed Web video restrictions cause outrage in Italy

New rules to be introduced by government decree will require people who upload videos onto the Internet to obtain authorization from the Communications Ministry similar to that required by television broadcasters, drastically reducing freedom to communicate over the Web, opposition lawmakers have warned.

Jan 16 14:57

Nations scrap orders for GSK swine flu jab

Britain, France, Germany, Spain and the US have all indicated in the past two weeks that they will be renegotiating their deals.

Demand for vaccines to combat H1N1 influenza has fizzled out because the pandemic has proven to be less aggressive than was first feared. Regulators who initially indicated that two vaccinations would be needed by each swine flu patient now say that one dose is sufficient. Analysts predict that European governments could return or cancel up to 50 per cent of what they ordered, which could reduce GSK's income from Pandemrix by £300m.

Jan 15 14:00

Euro zone finmins out of patience with Greece-sources

Ministers from the 16 countries using the euro will discuss the unreliable Greek statistics on Monday after a European Commission report showed Greece had for years deliberately misreported budget deficit data because the statistics system was open to political influence.

Jan 14 06:04

Europe in Crisis

At the start of the last decade, in March 2000, the European Union heads of state announced the Lisbon Strategy. Its aim, by 2010, was to make Europe “the most competitive and dynamic knowledge-based economy in the world, capable of sustainable economic growth with more and better jobs and greater social cohesion.” This would create “the conditions for full employment and the strengthening of regional cohesion in the European Union.”

Jan 07 13:02

IMF REVOLT: Greece, Iceland, Latvia may lead the way

Total financial collapse, once a problem only for developing countries, has now come to Europe. The International Monetary Fund is imposing its “austerity measures” on the outer circle of the European Union, with Greece, Iceland and Latvia the hardest hit. But these are not your ordinary third world debtor supplicants. Historically, Iceland was settled by the Vikings, who successfully invaded Britain; Latvian tribes repulsed even the Vikings; and the Greeks conquered the whole Persian empire. If anyone can stand up to the IMF, these stalwart European warriors can.

Jan 06 16:11

Dear people of the world, thank you for supporting us Icelanders

I am so grateful that so many of you support what the Icelandic people are trying to achieve:
The preservation of our national sovereignty, by a refusal to the unjust demands of the would be “masters of the universe”, the financial elites represented in the IMF and the British Banking Empire.

Some have asked, what they can do to help.
Well, you can do us Icelanders a big favor:

Please write to our President and thank him for his courageous decision to follow the lead of the people.
Also write to our other political leaders and the Icelandic media, which is engaged in an outragious fear-mongering and deception campaign, to get the people to surrender.

Jan 05 19:18

New year bug causes German credit and cash card crisis

Millions of Germans have faced problems using credit and debit cards due to a new year software bug.

According to one of Germany's biggest banking associations, the problems are linked to issues reading the new date.

The problem has been described as a "late Millennium bug" and is affecting 20 million debit cards and 3.5 million credit cards.

Jan 05 15:06

The Icelandic President listens to the voice of the people

Icelanders say:
No to Ice-save – No to Ice-slave

The Icelandic President Olafur Ragnar Grimson refused to sign the Ice-save bill, which would have obligated the Icelandic tax-payer to pay unconditionally for the debts of the Ice-save division of Landsbanki, a private bank, which had collapsed in 2008. A large percentage of the Icelandic people had signed a petition for the president not to sign the bill and the president listened....

Of course the Icelandic mass-media, like all mass-media fully in the hands of the elites, is now busy at work to convince the people that they would have to agree to pay the debts they haven´t made. We are now told night and day that all hell will break loose on us, if we don´t.

Jan 05 13:30

Iceland leader vetoes bank repayments bill

Iceland’s president has refused to sign a controversial bill to repay $5bn (£3.1bn) to the UK and the Netherlands.
President Olafur Ragnar Grimsson said he would instead hold a referendum on the bill, following public protests.

On Saturday, the president received a petition calling for the bill to be vetoed, signed by almost a quarter of the country’s population.
Campaigners against the bill say that the Icelandic public are being forced to pay for the mistakes of banks.
The total compensation package equates to about 12,000 euros ($17,300; £10,800) per Icelandic citizen.

Announcing the decision to hold a referendum on the bill, President Grimsson said that the Icelandic public had the right to choose.

Jan 04 12:59

CIA reportedly ordered murder of 9/11 suspect in Hamburg

This story is making headlines in all the mainstream media outlets in Germany - and nowhere else :

“The CIA team supposedly went in ‘dark,’ meaning they did not notify their own station – much less the German government – of their presence,” the magazine wrote in article about Erik Prince, the founder of the notorious security firm Blackwater. “They then followed Darkazanli for weeks and worked through the logistics of how and where they would take him down.”

Jan 04 07:37

France sells off surplus swine flu vaccine

France is selling off millions of surplus swine flu vaccine doses to other countries, officials say.

They say the move was decided after health authorities found they had more than enough to deal with the outbreak.

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The government bought 94 million swine flu vaccine doses - more than one for every French person - and started vaccinating in October.

Only about five million people are recorded as having been vaccinated in France so far, AFP reports.

Jan 02 11:08

Uranium Weapons, Low-Level Radiation and Deformed Babies

A dramatic increase in the number of babies born with birth defects was recently reported by doctors working in Falluja, Iraq [1]. One of the proposed causes for this alarming situation is radiation exposure to the population produced by uranium weapons. The international radiation protection community dismisses this explanation as completely unreasonable because (1) the radiation dose to the population of Iraq was too low, and (2) no evidence of birth defects was reported among offspring born to survivors of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This so-called scientific explanation is deeply disturbing, for it is out of touch with the current knowledge base.

Dec 31 14:31

European Parliament to Investigate WHO and “Pandemic” Scandal

The Council of Europe member states will launch an inquiry in January 2010 on the influence of the pharmaceutical companies on the global swine flu campaign, focusing especially on extent of the pharma‘s industry’s influence on WHO. The Health Committee of the EU Parliament has unanimously passed a resolution calling for the inquiry. The step is a long-overdue move to public transparency of a “Golden Triangle” of drug corruption between WHO, the pharma industry and academic scientists that has permanently damaged the lives of millions and even caused death...

Dec 31 11:12

'Carousel' frauds plague European carbon trading markets

Just a few weeks ago, Europol, the cross-border police force, said that carbon trading fraudsters may have accounted for up to 90pc of all market activity in some European countries, with criminals mainly from Britain, France, Spain, Denmark and Holland pocketing an estimated €5bn (£4.5bn).

Dec 30 08:08

French Revolution! Carbon tax ruled unconstitutional just two days before taking effect

This new French carbon tax was scheduled to go into law on Jan1, 2010. The tax was steep: 17 euros per ton of carbon dioxide (USD $24.40). In a stunning move, and surely a blow to warmists everywhere, the tax has been found unconstitutional and thrown out.

Dec 28 11:39

Portuguese activists fight state water company deal with Israel’s Mekorot

In October, EPAL, Portugal’s state water company, announced a deal with Mekorot, Israel’s state water company. An intern who responded to the news by informing colleagues of Mekorot’s role in Israel’s discriminatory water policies and assistance in its violation of international law was immediately sacked. News of the firing has inspired Palestine solidarity activists to campaign to end the deal. Similarly, the EPAL workers’ committee has denounced management’s decision.

Dec 28 09:32

Germans lose faith in political system

A poll shows that the German public now has less faith in their political system than at any other time since World War II, mainly due to the financial crisis.

The survey conducted by Bertelsmann Foundation found on Sunday that about 70 percent of those questioned did not feel that they could count on their political and business leaders, or the education system and the social welfare network.

Nearly fifty percent of respondents said they have reservations about representative democracy as a political system...

Dec 27 19:49

Politics and Emotions

Whenever I listen to the song “Christmas in the Trenches” or watch the video I cry.

I cry for those soldiers on both sides of the war who at one special night so long ago recognized each others humanity.

I cry because I know right after that night they all were transferred to different fronts to make them forget what they had learned.

I know, that after that night the first major war-lies were developed on the side of the allies spreading rumors that German soldiers were roasting Belgian babies.

Dec 22 23:26

Forget Global Warming: SEVERE DROP IN SUNSPOT ACTIVITY MEANS ICE AGE LIKELY, SWIFT, AND SUDDEN

Maybe this explains the committees on 'Sudden Climate Change' that have popped up funded by many State Legislatures - or why the DOE FY 2008 Report to Congress documented $69,849 for "Understanding Adaptation to Sudden Climate Change Impacts"...in the following excerpt, emphasis is mine.

over the last few years, The threat of man made global warming is a myth, the threat we face is a new ice age caused by a drop in sunspot activity that leads to a change in the Gulf stream....

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1227990/Ice-Age-took-ju...

It took just six months for a warm and sunny Europe to be engulfed in ice, according to new research.

Previous studies have suggested the arrival of the last Ice Age nearly 13,000 years ago took about a decade - but now scientists believe the process was up to 20 times as fast.

Dec 22 14:46

Sweden to Donate $1.2B to Help Developing Nations Fight Climate Change

STOCKHOLM — Sweden says it will give $1.2 billion to help developing nations fight climate change.

Government spokeswoman Roberta Alenius says Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt will announce Sweden's donation to a European Union program for a so-called "fast-start" financing fund on Thursday.

Here is the deal prime minister of Sweden.
I hope you dig in deep into your own pocket, because i wont.

Trala la. i found a bug. now it is 2013

Dec 22 09:14

Aid groups say world powers betrayed Gaza

Bethlehem – Ma’an – The international community betrayed the people of Gaza by failing to end an Israeli blockade stymieing reconstruction efforts following last winter’s war, 16 aid and human rights groups said in a report released Tuesday.

The report Failing Gaza: No rebuilding, No recovery, No more excuses, alleges that the world’s powers, particularly the European Union, failed to ensure that aid pledged to Gaza actually reached its intended recipients.

Dec 20 10:52

Auschwitz yet again

Early on Friday [18 December] the famous "Arbeit Macht Frei" (Work Sets You Free) sign that hung over the entrance gate to the Auschwitz camp, was stolen.

Commenting to the BBC on the theft of the Auschwitz sign, Rabbi Andrew Baker, the director of International Jewish Affairs of the rabid Zionist American Jewish Committee, maintained that there should be no replicas to substitute the entrance monument. “There can be no copies or reproductions; visitors must see only what was real. In that way they will bear witness to the very objects and structures which in turn remain the mute eyewitness to what happened there."

Dec 19 07:42

NuoViso: "War Promises" (Full lenth documentary)

Millions of people believe that evidence proves that Western intelligence services organized the hideous attacks on New York and Washington on 11 September 2001. Even the mainstream media have stopped defending the official version and now prefer to ignore the issue altogether.

Distrust in Western governments grows as the wars of aggression waged by the USA and NATO continue to be justified with these “false flag” operations. Ever harsher domestic laws are being passed to crush all outrage and resistance in Western populations;

Dec 17 12:59

New EU Foreign Policy Chief Lambastes ‘Israeli Occupation’

Catherine Ashton on Tuesday leveled scathing criticism at the “Israeli occupation,” in her first speech as the European Union’s first high representative for foreign affairs and security policy.

The British stateswoman, who has also served as the Commissioner for Trade in the European Commission, said that in the EU’s view, “East Jerusalem is occupied territory, together with the West Bank.”

Dec 17 10:02

Israeli Professor - 'We Could Destroy All European Capitals'

An Israeli professor and military historian hinted that Israel could avenge the holocaust by annihilating millions of Germans and other Europeans.

Speaking during an interview which was published in Jerusalem Friday, Professor Martin Van Crevel said Israel had the capability of hitting most European capitals with nuclear weapons.

"We possess several hundred atomic warheads and rockets and can launch them at targets in all directions, perhaps even at Rome. Most European capitals are targets of our air force."

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Clearly, all of Europe is considered an enemy of Israel.

Dec 16 20:29

EDF Unit: French Power Demand May Beat Record This Week

With temperatures registered Monday nearly 5 degrees Celsius below normal, RTE noted France's national weather service Meteo France forecasts temperatures in the country to run six to eight degrees below normal through the week.

Dec 13 12:21

Italy's PM Silvio Berlusconi is bloodied by attack

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been hit in the face and knocked to the ground after a political rally in Milan.

Pictures showed Mr Berlusconi, 73, with a badly cut lip and blood on his cheek and chin. A man has been arrested.

The prime minister, looking dazed, was helped to his feet by aides and put in a car. He got out and tried to climb on the car to show he was all right.

Reports suggested he had either been punched or hit with an object.

He was taken to a hospital in Milan after the attack. The Italian news agency Ansa said he was to stay under observation for 24 hours, but there was no immediate report on the extent of his injuries.

Dec 12 06:15

Spot the difference: Israel’s Prussian heritage – and destiny?

Uri Avnery views the similarities between Prussia and Israel – indeed, the Prussian heritage of Israel – and wonders whether the Jews-only state is destined for a similar fate to Prussia's.

”Arthur Ruppin had an immense impact on the Zionist enterprise, more than any other single person... Before becoming a Zionist, he was an extreme Prussian-German nationalist. He was one of the fathers of the 'scientific' racist creed and believed in the superiority of the Aryan race. Up to the end he occupied himself with measuring skulls and noses in order to provide support for assorted racist ideas. His partners and friends created the 'science' that inspired Adolf Hitler and his disciples.”

Dec 11 09:23

Poland, US sign deployment accord

Poland and the United States on Friday signed an agreement on the status of US troops in the eastern European country ahead of the deployment of US Patriot missiles.

"This agreement allows the stationing of US soldiers and materiel in Poland," Polish Defence Minister Bogdan Klich told the press. "For Poland it means that its security will be strengthened."

US Defence Secretary Robert Gates has said the United States wants to deploy SM-3 missiles in Poland and the neighbouring Czech Republic in 2015.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Even though the "missile shield" deal has been scrapped, the presence of US troops in Poland is bound to make Russia singularly cranky.

Dec 10 07:18

Western Leaders Poised to Commit Treason 1/5

Dec 09 11:08

Madrid Bombings - inside job?

During the trial, explosives experts explained that they had searched all the objects left in the train cars four times and confirmed that it was impossible that the found bomb had been among them [8]. Its origin is even more doubtful because the abandoned objects, among which the bomb was purportedly found, were moved 3 times throughout the day of March 11, not always under the best surveillance [9], and ended up at the Vallecas police station, contrary to what the judge had ordered. If one adds to this the conflicting testimony about when it was discovered [10], the fact that the bomb was not mentioned in the inventories of abandoned objects [11], and the fact that there are no photos of the bomb before the time that it was dismantled, the inconsistency of such evidence becomes clear.

Dec 07 16:49

Blowback and the United States, its abandonment of law and worse

Christopher King says that the United States has gone beyond lawlessness and inhumanity into pathologically vicious means of waging warfare. It has experienced blowback from its past actions and can expect more from its wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The Pearl Harbour attack was blowback and current Japanese objections to US base arrangements might be the commencement of blowback from Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

Dec 06 11:04

Time for Germany to reassess its relations with Israel

Uri Avnery calls on Germany to ditch its submissive, unconditional support of Israeli governments which is rendered irrespective of the immoral policies and actions of the Jewish state.

Dec 03 13:12

Swiss Daily: Israel Eavesdropped on UN Sessions over Hariri’s Assassination

A Swiss newspaper said that a number of UN employees in Geneva have concluded that Israel is eavesdropping on UN court sessions. The Neue Zuericher Zeitung (NZZ) added that bugging devices have been found in the organization’s deliberations room in the Swiss capital.

Dec 03 08:22

European ISPs attack secret Acta copyright talks

Europe's ISP industry body has attacked a global copyright agreement, currently being negotiated in secret, that could lead to the disconnection of internet users who are accused of persistent copyright infringement.

The European ISP Association (EuroISPA) said in a statement on Monday that the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (Acta) threatened the openness of the internet and would not, in any case, be effective in fighting copyright infringement. The organisation also criticised the fact that citizens' representatives are not involved in the negotiations.

Dec 02 08:56

Lisbon Treaty: EU Takes Charge Of Britain

FAT cat Eurocrats celebrated a “shameful” new era of Brussels domination last night with a lavish ceremony and fireworks – all at the hard-pressed taxpayers’ expense.

New EU President Herman van Rompuy and Brussels chiefs toasted victory as the Lisbon Treaty, which moves vast swathes of power from Westminster, ­became law across the EU at midnight on Monday.

Mr van Rompuy and EU foreign affairs chief Baroness Cathy Ashton were among the EU bureaucrats who cheered the landmark occasion at a glittering ceremony and banquet in the Portuguese capital.

But in Britain, angry anti-EU critics declared that it signalled the end of our independence after the latest massive surrender of sovereignty to Brussels.

Dec 02 07:35

'Muslims should withdraw their money from Swiss banks'

Turkish State Minister and Chief Negotiator for EU talks Egemen Bagis has urged Muslim nations to withdraw their money from Swiss banks.

Bagis' comments came in response to a recently approved ban on the construction of new minarets in Switzerland.

Nov 27 08:32

EU bureaucrats to receive 'recession proof' pay rise

European Union bureaucrats are to get an inflation busting and recession proof pay rise that is over three times the average rate for British workers hit by the economic slump.

Nov 27 08:30

Nigel Farage exposes EU shill

A Monnet Professor of European Studies, paid to indoctrinate students with EU propaganda, presents herself as an ordinary citizen concerned about Nigel Farage's visit to Dublin. But Nigel knows a shill when he sees one.
Nov 26 07:26

MEP Reprimanded For Exposing EU Dictatorship

An astounding exchange took place in the European Union Parliament earlier this week when MEP Nigel Farage was reprimanded for daring to expose the fact that the EU is an authoritarian dictatorship ruled by unelected bureaucrats to the detriment of national sovereignty. Farage effectively broke a tyrannical 1999 law that states it is illegal to criticize the EU.

Nov 25 22:08

Thankful on Thanksgiving

While many Americans attempt to be thankful for anything in these trying and evil times, I am truly thankful there are people like Mike, who has created this site to fight for truth and decency against the murderous, hateful, worst examples of our species.

As we remember and reflect upon the gratitude we feel for the wonder that is in our lives, and the people whose talent, love, and inspiration guides us, this is for Mike Rivero, a true American hero and a beacon for the world.

Thanks MIke.

Joe

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