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April 11, 2010

Apr 11 12:05

Kyrgyzstan's new leader tackles challenging job

Otunbayeva -- a former Soviet official, United Nations representative, Kyrgyz ambassador to the United States and United Kingdom, and and Kyrgyz foreign minister -- is not a newcomer to this business. A short, unpretentious woman, it's clear the weight on her shoulders is intense. She's working long hours, taking no time off.

Her immediate challenge is dealing with the deposed Kyrgyz president, Kurmanbek Bakiyev, in hiding in the southern part of the country. She has called on him to resign. He has refused. She has offered him free passage out of the country. He hasn't responded.

Apr 11 12:03

READER PHOTOS - Didn't see this on our local news! Pass it on the REVOLUTION has started.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I'll bet you didn't see this on ABCNNBBCBS!

Apr 11 12:00

AFRICOM Backs Bloodshed in Central Africa

The eastern Congo remains awash in bloodshed due to western mining companies and their proxy armies, the military regimes of Paul Kagame (Rwanda), Yoweri Museveni (Uganda), and Joseph Kabila (DRC), all hidden behind reams of western newsprint blaming Congolese victims for their own suffering.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

When it comes to potential resources to be exploited by the West, Africa has absolutely become the new Middle East, with various foreign governments scrambling for position in terms of taking the spoils

Apr 11 11:54

Home Free: No Worries for Dr K as Complicity is Revealed

Poor old Henry Kissinger. All that botheration, all those lies, all the years of gut-churning anxiety about scandal, even prosecution -- and for what? Mere complicity in state murder of foreigners carried out by a foreign government? Why, nowadays, we have U.S. presidents openly ordering the murder of American citizens, and nobody bats an eye. There is no scandal, no prosecution -- there is not even any debate. It's just a fact of life, ordinary, normal, unchangeable: the sun rises in the east, cows eat grass, rain is wet, American presidents murder people. What's the big deal?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

In looking at this man and his utterly criminal past, one has to come to the uncomfortable and Orwellian realization that the Nobel Peace Prize tends to go to some of the worst perpetrators of mass murder on this planet, including the award of that prize to America's current President.

Emigrate While You Still Can - Finca Bayano In Panama!

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Apr 11 11:48

Gaza’s fuel and electric shortage threatens repeat sewage tsunami

For the past week, an average of 2 million gallons of sewage water per day has poured from the plant’s cement-reinforced sewage treatment "lagoons" (see picture) into two of the three overflow cesspools, according to plant operators. As a result of yesterday’s electric blackout, 6.5 million gallons was redirected to the cesspools in a single day. Water levels appear to be about three feet high in some places. The third and largest cesspool, which contained more than 660 million gallons of treated sewage before it was drained in August of 2009, remains empty.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The Israeli government is keenly aware of what water-borne illnesses can do to a population, particularly to children and the medically fragile elderly.

This is simply one component in Israel's multi-layered "Final Solution" for Gazan Palestinians, which will end in complete Israeli annexation and forced expulsion of all Gazan Palestinians.

Apr 11 11:45

2010-4-7 1/2 Federal Reserve BANK CON exposed on MSNBC There is No Money

Apr 11 11:43

CLIMATEGATE - Bonn or bust – The UN’s last, desperate bid for unelected world government

There are not many empty seats in the dismal, echoing conference chamber in the ghastly concrete box that is the Hotel Maritim here in Bonn, where the UN’s latest attempt to maneuver the 194 States Parties to the Framework Convention on Climate Change gets underway today.

The “international community”, as it is now called, is here in full force, in the shape of expensively-suited, shiny-shod bureaucrats with an urbane manner and absolutely no knowledge of climate science whatsoever.

Apr 11 11:40

IDF order will enable mass deportation from West Bank

A new military order aimed at preventing infiltration will come into force this week, enabling the deportation of tens of thousands of Palestinians from the West Bank, or their indictment on charges carrying prison terms of up to seven years.

Until now, Israeli civil courts have occasionally prevented the expulsion of these three groups from the West Bank. The new order, however, puts them under the sole jurisdiction of Israeli military courts.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And so it begins; the complete annexation of Gaza, the West Bank, and East Jerusalem, coupled with forced expulsion of Palestinians from their homes forever.

Apr 11 11:38

The Inflicted Wounds of America's War Machine: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Infertility

Since 20 percent live sperm is considered to be the beginning of infertility, Israel will be sterile in less than 10 years at this rate of decline. The estimated 7 million Israeli Jews will have no more children soon after that. This catastrophic development has already occasioned legislative hearings in Israel’s Knesset. The hearings were covered by Israeli newspaper Haaretz. Israeli sperm concentration is just an example of what is happening to human sperm all over the Middle East and Central Asia, by the choice and force of will of successive U.S. presidents.

The American war machine has consequences. PTSD is just one of them. The poison gas cannot be contained, undone or recalled. There is no antidote; there is no cure. There is no escape.

Apr 11 11:38

Meet The 26 Members Of George Soros's Secret Team To Rewrite Economics

Apr 11 11:37

Man sentenced for ‘Jewish lobby’ list

Apr 11 11:36

A fair cop

As detective senior constable Glen McNamara, he was stationed at Kings Cross in the late 1980s and early 1990s. It was a time and a place that was to become notorious in the history of the NSW Police.

There he found corrupt officers who routinely protected criminals in return for cash. But unlike many of his colleagues at the time who allowed themselves to be corrupted or at least turned a blind eye, McNamara didn't buy into the dirty-cop culture.

On his own initiative, he began gathering evidence to expose the flourishing criminality – and was then betrayed by the people around him he trusted most.

Apr 11 11:36

Activists? Action Against Censorship Not Just a Gag

At 5:30PM on April 1st, Activists protesting against the Rudd Government's proposed Mandatory Internet Filter will gather in Hyde Park Sydney to speak out against Government Censorship.

One of the organisers of the protest and member of Pirate Party Australia, Simon Frew, said. "I think it is outrageous that the government has the audacity to force this filter on a supposedly free society. This is the sort of censorship you would expect of China or Iran, and it is being roundly condemned by the US State Department and Google for good reason."

Apr 11 11:35

The Pirate Party: how to bypass the great Australian firewall

Apr 11 11:32

The $2.3 Trillion State and Local Government Debt Monster – California Pension Systems on Unsupportable Path with $500 Billion Projected Shortfall. CalPERS, CalSTRS, and UCRS.

Much of the focus on government debt over the past few years has revolved around the federal government. No doubt, this is a stunningly large amount. Yet the government has the ability to finance this debt through the U.S. Treasury and Federal Reserve with a buffet of choices. You have direct bailouts to Wall Street, quantitative easing, and systematically dismantling the U.S. dollar. But one issue that is rising to the top is that of state and local government debt. States do not have the ability to print money at the whim of any central banker. And the state and local government debt market is up to a whopping $2.3 trillion. At this point, trillion is the new billion.

Apr 11 11:31

Sherry Peel Jackson Ex IRS Agent on Income Tax

Apr 11 11:27

Occupied Washington DC

As a visitor to our nation's capital, I cannot tell you how disconcerting it is to step off the metro and find yourself face to face with a F-35 fighter jet. Where you would normally expect to find ads for cell phones or museum exhibitions, Washington's subway, the second busiest in the country, instead displays full color backlit billboards for some of the most deadly – and expensive – weapons systems ever produced.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

The one thing that will guarantee the safety of American citizens is for the American government to stop mucking about in other peoples' countries, as though those countries' resources only belong to the US, and not to the people sitting on top of them.

Of course, that would be logical.

Apr 11 11:23

Is America ‘Yearning for Fascism’?

“We are ruled not by two parties but one party,” Cynthia McKinney, who ran for president on the Green Party ticket, told me. “It is the party of money and war. Our country has been hijacked. And we have to take the country away from those who have hijacked it. The only question now is whose revolution gets funded.”

Apr 11 11:21

NY - Dairy farmers closing up farms fast

“Right now dairy farmers have seen a 47 percent drop in the prices they were getting last year and we have to get them some short-term relief immediately,” said Arden Tewksbury, manager of the Progressive Agriculture Organization.

“There are many farms that are going to be closing soon. People argue the number is as high as 25 or 35 percent,” he said.

Apr 11 11:20

Italian clerical sex abuse victims allege cover-up

THE ITALIAN victims advocacy group, La Caramella Buona, has accused the Catholic Church of systematically covering up recent clerical sex abuse offences in Italy.

Speaking to leftist daily Il Fatto , yesterday lawyer Sergio Cavaliere claimed that in the last two years alone there had been 130 legal cases involving allegations of paedophilia against Italian priests.

Apr 11 11:20

Number of Jesuit abuse victims continues to climb

Some 10 weeks after the first abuse cases at Jesuit education institutions came to light, the number of victims continues to climb. Around 170 people are now believed to have been abused in Germany.

Apr 11 11:18

Blowback in Kyrgyzstan

The timing of this week's revolt in Kyrgyzstan, making headlines around the world, is telling. On Thursday the son and heir apparent of ousted president Kurmanbek Bakiyev, Maksim, was scheduled to speak at an economic forum in Washington. The meeting has been postponed indefinitely, and something tells me it may not be re-scheduled any time soon. As the Guardian reported today, interim opposition spokesperson and former Kyrgyz ambassador the United States, Roza Otunbayeva, said of the outgoing president: "His business is finished in Kyrgyzstan … in essence people were simply fed up with the previous regime, and with its repressive, tyrannical and abusive behaviour. They want to build democracy here."

Apr 11 11:18

UK victims of paedophile priests seek meeting with pope

Apr 11 11:15

America's Imperial Design. Prompt Global Strike: World Military Superiority Without Nuclear Weapons

On April 8 American and Russian presidents Barack Obama and Dmitry Medvedev signed a new Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START) agreement in the Czech capital of Prague to reduce their respective nation's nuclear arsenals and delivery systems (subject to ratification by the U.S. Senate and the Russian Duma.

More ominously, though, Washington is forging ahead with a replacement for the nuclear sword and shield - for blackmail and for deterrence - with a non-nuclear model that could upset the previous "balance of terror" arrangement that has been a criminal nightmare for six decades, but for sixty years without a massive missile war.

Apr 11 11:11

How the CIA is Welcoming Itself Back Onto American University Campuses

For those who lived through the dramatic revelations of the congressional inquiries in the 1970s, documenting the CIA’s routine involvement in global and domestic atrocities, it made sense to construct institutional firewalls between an agency so deeply linked with these actions and educational institutions dedicated to at least the promise of free inquiry and truth. But the last dozen years have seen retirements and deaths among academics who had lived through this history and had been vigilant about keeping the CIA off campus; furthermore, with the attacks of 9/11 came new campaigns to bring the CIA back onto American campuses.

Apr 11 11:09


Royal maids are up in arms after being roped in to work evenings, on top of their day jobs, for no extra pay.

Apr 11 11:08

Richard Dawkins: I will arrest Pope Benedict XVI

RICHARD DAWKINS, the atheist campaigner, is planning a legal ambush to have the Pope arrested during his state visit to Britain “for crimes against humanity”.

Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens, the atheist author, have asked human rights lawyers to produce a case for charging Pope Benedict XVI over his alleged cover-up of sexual abuse in the Catholic church.

The pair believe they can exploit the same legal principle used to arrest Augusto Pinochet, the late Chilean dictator, when he visited Britain in 1998.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Book 'em, Danno!" :)

Apr 11 11:07

Afghan president, Hamid Karzai, threatens to block Nato offensive

The president of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, has cast doubt over Nato’s planned summer offensive against the Taliban in the southern province of Kandahar, as more than 10,000 American troops pour in for the fight.

Karzai threatened to delay or even cancel the operation — one of the biggest of the nine-year war — after being confronted in Kandahar by elders who said it would bring strife, not security, to his home province.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Between Karzai's reluctance and the potential loss of the Manas air base in Kyrgyzstan, the US is losing control over Afghanistan!

Apr 11 11:05

Johnson & Johnson Pushed Drugs on Seniors, Suit Alleges

A lawsuit filed last week accuses Johnson & Johnson of conspiring with pharmaceutical consultant Omnicare in an effort to push J&J drugs on nursing home residents, and violating federal Medicaid laws in the process.

As a result of the scheme, "residents were overcharged for their medications, had additional medications administered and were unlawfully switched to Johnson & Johnson drugs," all in the name of increasing revenue, according to the lawsuit.

Apr 11 11:02

Ex-soldier suffers with medical maladies, red tape

THE PAST, for Sgt. Brian Smith, is filled with oppressive heat, ear-ringing mortar rounds and midnight convoys inching along dangerous Iraqi roads.

The future will bring headaches, dizziness or worse from his two brain aneurysms, and medical bills approaching six figures.

Unless something can be worked out between the many state and federal agencies dealing with his disability case, he won't have money for those bills, let alone rent or groceries

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Every single one of our Vets should be receiving the same level of care that members of the US Congress get; they have earned it.

Apr 11 10:58

Kissinger Effectively Gave Go-Ahead for Terrorist Attack on US Soil in 1976

According to declassified documents released by the National Security Archive today, former secretary of state and longtime Bilderberger Henry Kissinger rescinded instructions that would have prevented one of the worst terrorist attacks on US soil before September 11, 2001, from occurring.

Apr 11 10:57

Youngsters maimed by discarded bombs face dark futures in Iraq

It was just five years ago that Murtaja Hussein was playing football next to his house, in a farming village south of Baghdad, when he found the lump of metal that would change his life forever.

I’ve tried to kill myself, but it’s hard to do that without hands and my family always stop me. My mother says she thanks God that I’m still alive but I have no future and have destroyed my family’s future.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This is what your tax dollars have purchased in Iraq; human suffering and misery almost beyond imagination.

Oh, and that oil which was supposed to pay for the costs of the invasion and occupation?!?

As reported on 19 December, 2009 at:


"U.S. Companies Shut Out as Iraq Auctions Its Oil Fields"

"Rather than giving foreign oil companies control over Iraqi reserves, as the U.S. had hoped to do with the Oil Law it failed to get the Iraqi parliament to pass, the oil companies were awarded service contracts lasting 20 years for seven of the 10 oil fields on offer — the oil will remain the property of the Iraqi state, and the foreign companies will pump it for a fixed price per barrel"

Apr 11 10:49

America Blowback in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan, like Bolivia at one time, is hardly the only such small, democracy-deficient, country with some manner of "strategic relationship" that fits in to larger US geopolitical concerns – in fact it may be the rule. But the unexpected swiftness with which an unpopular regime was swept aside, and the potentially seismic impact it has on the US war effort in Afghanistan – is a good reminder of the inevitable breaking point produced by a US foreign policy semantically dedicated to human rights – that looks the other way while "strategic allies" loot their countries' assets, murder their journalists, and send troops out to gun people down in the streets.

Apr 11 10:46

For He Has Sinned

While the nuns and Mother Teresa milled about, McGuire closed the door to his room and asked his favored altar boy to join him, in his cot, for a nap. The boy lay down. The priest lay on the outside of the narrow bed and then reached across the boy's body and into his pants.

Apr 11 10:46

. Russia eyes U.S. air base in Kyrgyz turmoil

Turmoil in Kyrgyzstan has thrust the fate of the Manas air base -- which is crucial for fighting the Afghan war -- to the forefront of rivalry between the United States and Russia.

Russia has long dreamed of evicting the United States from Central Asia and a Russian official said on Thursday that Moscow would urge the interim Kyrgyz government to shut the U.S. base.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We may well be out of that base very soon, unless Washington is able to negotiate an attractive deal with Russia over its continued existence.

Apr 11 10:45

Priest Caught Up in Sex Sting

A priest is among the three men charged with sex trafficking of children. James Patrick Grady, 57, faces federal charges of attempted sex trafficking of children by force, fraud or coercion.

Apr 11 10:44

Abuse charge against Catholic priest roils Kenya

After three young men and a boy told police last June an Italian priest had been sexually molesting them for years at a shelter for poor children, the most senior Roman Catholic cleric in Kenya announced the church would investigate thoroughly.

Ten months later, nothing has been investigated by the church, its lawyer says, and the Vatican has not been notified.

Apr 11 10:44

Vatican blasts anti-Catholic 'hate' campaign

The Vatican heatedly defended Pope Benedict XVI on Tuesday, claiming accusations that he helped cover up the actions of pedophile priests are part of an anti-Catholic "hate" campaign targeting the pope for his opposition to abortion and same-sex marriage.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Because only sinners and haters would have any objection to little boys getting molested by priests!"

Apr 11 10:42

Afghan president, Hamid Karzai, threatens to block Nato offensive

The president of Afghanistan, Hamid Karzai, has cast doubt over Nato’s planned summer offensive against the Taliban in the southern province of Kandahar, as more than 10,000 American troops pour in for the fight.

Karzai threatened to delay or even cancel the operation — one of the biggest of the nine-year war — after being confronted in Kandahar by elders who said it would bring strife, not security, to his home province.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

How Karzai intends to delay or cancel the operation is a really good question, but the fact that he even made that statement is a very clear indication that Karzai has perhaps had a moment of clarity about the long-term effects of the US/NATO occupation.

This was is, and has always been, unwinnable militarily, 9 horrendously bloody years on.

At the end of the day, the US and NATO will, at some point, have to declare victory, and come home; the only other alternative is killing every Afghan man, woman, and child left standing.

That potential early exit of US and NATO troops may very well have to be before the pipelines can be installed with which to control Eurasian oil.

This scenario has the US and NATO panicked, because this was one of the two outcomes which were to have been accomplished during the occupation (the other being the control of the drug trade, from which so many profit so handsomely).

If Karzai has gotten it into his head that foreign troops must leave sooner rather than later (unless he gets "neutralized" by the West, which is a very definite possibility at this point), he will do that to achieve the best reconciliation possible with all factions of Afghan society, including the Taliban.

At that point, the US is going to have to negotiate with whatever government is left standing for the rights to the pipelines, just as George W. Bush was doing with the Taliban as late as August of 2001.

That administration thought that the price demanded by the Taliban was "too high". Then, we had 9/11, followed by the invasion and occupation of this country, which has left the actual installation of those pipelines no closer to reality than it was in August of 2001.

Apr 11 10:42

Video: Hare comment on Constitution fuels controversy on Web

Rep. Hare cuts the man off and says "I don't worry about the Constitution on this to be honest..."

The man begins to laugh, cutting the congressman off, and says "Jackpot, brother."

"I care more about the people that are dying every day that don't have health insurance," Rep. Hare goes on to say.

"You care more about that than the Constitution you swore to uphold," the man replies.

"I believe it says we have the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness," Rep. Hare tells him.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Actually, that's in the Declaration of Independence, you ignorant asshole!

Apr 11 10:39


A new military order aimed at preventing infiltration will come into force this week, enabling the deportation of tens of thousands of Palestinians from the West Bank, or their indictment on charges carrying prison terms of up to seven years.

When the order comes into effect, tens of thousands of Palestinians will automatically become criminal offenders liable to be severely punished.

Apr 11 10:39


- How were the Jews treated by Arab before 1948?

- Where and how did Zionism start?

- Was Palestine empty when the Jews came?

- What was the population of Arabs in Palestine between 1878 and 1948?

- How many Jewish immigrants arrived to Palestine between 1878-1948 and how did the UN partition plan divided Palestine between Arab and Jews? Did Israel stick to this plan?

- Did the Jews find “land without people” as they claim?

- How did the Jews treat the Palestinians in the occupied lands?

- How did the Nakba start and at what cost?

Apr 11 10:38


Israeli, Palestinian and International Protesters challenge eviction of Palestinian Families from their homes in Sheikh Jarrah, Jerusalem. Four activists were arrested.

Apr 11 10:34

U.K. Passes Internet Censorship and Disconnection Law

Late Thursday night the U.K. Parliament passed the controversial Digital Economy Bill, which grants the U.K. government sweeping new powers to control access to the Internet.

Apr 11 10:28

israeli agent congressman mike pence booed at 2010 srlc (April 10, 2010)

Loud boos can be from the audience when republican Indiana congressman Mike Pence shows the required congressional fealty to Israel.

America needs leaders who put America 1st 2nd and 3rd! America does not need Mike Pence.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Well done!

Apr 11 10:26

Canceled Netanyahu trip spotlights Israel nukes

Israel's official policy of "nuclear ambiguity" — neither confirming nor denying that it has nuclear weapons — has long been a cornerstone of its military deterrence. But officials and experts from various countries, in addition to one well-known Israeli whistle-blower, have all said the truth is not ambiguous at all: That Israel has dozens, perhaps hundreds, of nuclear bombs.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This about-face had absolutely nothing to do with Israeli nukes, but everything to do with US aid.

Under the Symington Amendment, and the Glenn Act, the US cannot give aid to any country with a nuclear weapons program which is not a signatory to the NNPT, and which will not allow inspection of its nuclear sites.

As originally reported by Mordechai Vannunu in the late 90, and later confirmed by former Israeli Prime Minister Olmert and former US President Carter, Israel does have nuclear weapons, but refuses to be a signatory to the NNPT, and refuses inspections of its nuclear facilities.

Therefore, every taxpayer dollar of the 3 billion dollars in aid sent to Israel annually is illegal, under US law.

By professing "nuclear ambiguity", it's a nice little gravy train Israel has going with this, isn't it, while US homeless Veterans sleep in our streets?!?

Apr 11 10:20

Rick Santelli - Father of the Tea Party Movement

Apr 11 10:18

iPranged a submarine

A US nuclear sub rammed another ship causing nearly £60MILLION damage - while its navigator was listening to his iPod.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This story should serve as reminder that US ships do hit other ships. This comment is directed at all the official deniers who insisted it could not be possible for a US submarine to have accidentally rammed the Russian Submarine Kursk in 2000.

Apr 11 10:12

'All bets are off' if US under WMD attack: Clinton

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Sunday the United States could not rule out using nuclear weapons if it came under biological attack, saying in that case "all bets are off."

Webmaster's Commentary: 

One has to wonder if, perhaps, this country is being "set up" for an horrific "false flag" event for Clinton to have made that remark today.

The fear card is about the only thing this administration has left to keep people from thinking about the clear and present dangers this administration has created in their lives.

Apr 11 10:09

Katyn massacre

The Katyn massacre, also known as the Katyn Forest massacre (Russian: ????????? ????????, Polish: zbrodnia katy?ska, 'Katy? crime'), was a mass murder of over 20,000 Polish prisoners of war (primarily military officers), intellectuals, police officers, and other public servants by the Soviet NKVD, based on a proposal from Lavrentiy Beria to execute all members of the Polish Officer Corps.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A reminder that Jews were not the sole and exclusive victims of WW2, nor were they always the victims. Lavrentiy Beria, the mastermind of this atrocity, was Jewish.

Apr 11 10:04

Kyrgyz govt threatens force against ousted leader

Kyrgyzstan's interim government warned Sunday it could use force against ousted President Kurmanbek Bakiyev, raising tensions in the Central Asian state vital to US operations in Afghanistan.

"The interim government is prepared to use force in the event that Bakiyev attempts to destabilise the situation," said Omurbek Tekebayev, a deputy head of the interim government said on national radio.

"Bakiyev must resign, and announce his decision to the people," added Tekebayev, a leader of the anti-Bakiyev forces that have seized power in the former Soviet republic, which is home to a US air base.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This situation could morph into a civil war at the speed of light.

The question is, with Russia having recognized the opposition government, what is the US, which has a base headquartered in Manas here, going to do?!?

Apr 11 09:59

UN judge calls for prosecution of Pope Benedict

Geoffrey Robertson, a renowned human rights lawyer and United Nations jurist, wants to see Pope Benedict put on trial for allegedly protecting predator priests.

In a Guardian UK piece making its rounds this week in Catholic circles, Robertson demanded the pope be "put in the dock" so that the church might "feel the full weight of international law" over its thousands of pedophilia scandals.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Not that this will ever actually happen, but it is a good thing that someone of Robertson's judicial stature is at least making the case that it should.

Apr 11 09:41

Polish Tragedy: Exactly HOW Many People Were On The Plane?

Video at source. CNN was at first intenionally vague (see video at link) - hinting at one point that their original estimate (132) would be revised; a few hourse later - surprise! - only 97 dead.

The plane was on the way o a commemoration of the massacre of tens of thousands by the former USSR.

Apr 11 08:34

Evidence that Depleted Uranium is intended as a weapon of genocide

Now that the horrors of Depleted Uranium are being revealed to the world, we can expect for apologists to begin moving into the next phase of damage control within the coming months. It will likely be claimed that the depopulation of much of the Middle East was an unfortunate result of the DU that the Pentagon used because it was not aware of the health effects it would have.

This article is meant to demonstrate why this is not the case. The radioactive waste is intentionally used to depopulate and economically cripple the nations that the United States government declared war on.

Apr 11 08:31

Whistleblowers on US ‘massacre’ fear CIA stalkers

Activists behind a website dedicated to revealing secret documents have complained of harassment by police and intelligence services as they prepare to release a video showing an American attack in which 97 civilians were killed in Afghanistan.

Julian Assange, one of the founders of Wikileaks, has claimed that a restaurant where the group met in Reykjavic, the capital of Iceland, came under surveillance in March and one of the group’s volunteers was detained for 21 hours by police.

Apr 11 08:28

One-off treatment 'could switch off rheumatoid arthritis'

A new one-off treatment which could potentially “switch off” rheumatoid arthritis is to be tested by British scientists.

Cod liver oil works for me.

Apr 11 08:11

British campaigner urges UN to accept 'ecocide' as international crime

A campaign to declare the mass destruction of ecosystems an international crime against peace - alongside genocide and crimes against humanity - is being launched in the UK.


Supporters of a new ecocide law also believe it could be used to prosecute "climate deniers" who distort science and facts to discourage voters and politicians from taking action to tackle global warming and climate change.

Apr 11 08:09

Israel ranks 6th with up to 300 nukes

Analysts for a reputable military journal have rated Israel as the world's sixth nuclear power, alongside Britain, with up to 300 nuclear warheads.

Citing comments by British security experts, the British Jane's Defense Weekly has revealed that Tel Aviv is currently in possession of between 100 and 300 nuclear warheads.

The firepower was more or less equal to that of the United Kingdom, the publication said.

Apr 11 08:02

MP is ordered to return £42k expenses... then gets £38k back again

Shamed MPs embroiled in the second-home expenses row are in line for an astonishing £180,000 windfall.

Nearly 80 MPs paid back large sums of money when the scandal over abusing parliamentary allowances broke last year.

Now, in a bizarre turn of events, more than 50 – including some of the most notorious expenses cheats – have been secretly told by Commons officials they can have the cash back after repaying too much.

However, MPs are to wait until after the Election to make their claim – meaning voters will not know who is planning to take up the offer.

Apr 11 07:58

Richard Dawkins plans to arrest the Pope for 'crimes against humanity'

Two leading atheist campaigners are planning a legal ambush to have the Pope arrested during his state visit to Britain for 'crimes against humanity'.

Richard Dawkins and Christopher Hitchens - who have both written books promoting atheism - have asked human rights lawyers to produce a case for charging Pope Benedict XVI over his alleged cover-up of sexual abuse in the Catholic church.

The pair believe they can exploit the same legal principle used to arrest Augusto Pinochet, the late Chilean dictator, when he visited Britain in 1998.

Apr 11 07:12

IDF order will enable mass deportation from West Bank

A new military order aimed at preventing infiltration will come into force this week, enabling the deportation of tens of thousands of Palestinians from the West Bank, or their indictment on charges carrying prison terms of up to seven years.

When the order comes into effect, tens of thousands of Palestinians will automatically become criminal offenders liable to be severely punished.

Apr 11 06:36

Powerful Video about Sleeping Americans

If you are not still outraged despite Obama, then you are asleep.

Apr 11 06:21

Obama at AIPAC US and Israel Interests Are the Same

On June 4, 2008, Barack Obama spoke to the American Israel Public Affairs Committee in Washington, DC.

Apr 11 06:20

The Great Banking Scam

Who do the banks owe money to? Are those hedge funds affiliated with
the very banks that were bailed out? Prof. Chossudovsky explains. He
emphasizes the bailouts will not help the crisis, but will exacerbate
it. He explains that to pay for Obama's budget defecits, public roads
and parks will be sold off to private companies and banks, who will
charge user fees to citizens, and that these user fees will be used to
pay back the bailout money to the government. In short, the government
is helping the banks finance their own debt. He also says that bailed
out banks are using the bailout money to buy up assets in the real
economy ( such as industry, tech, & airline stocks) at rock bottom
prices, which will dramatically change the ownership structure in

Apr 11 05:13

Unapologetic About the Greatness of the American Warrior Spirit

The fellow who wrote this article thinks that he and his buddies are righteous "Warriors" and "Heroes" and that the American people worship them. He thinks the gunning down of the Reuters people as well as the father and his 2 children was not an atrocity or war crime and that it and all the other warcrimes commited in our name is totally justified and right!

Apr 11 04:48

Obama going off the deep end

A recent analysis by Roger Simon of PJTV Media maintains that Obama is showing signs of mental illness. A wide variety of commentators have observed that Obama displays severe narcissism. Obama is conceited, and he is demonstrating a serious disassociation from reality.

Apr 11 04:44

Kyrgyzstan Another Soros "Color" Revolution

Der Spiegel featured a report with the title "Revolutions Speed Russia's Disintegration."In part it revealed the prime movers behind the events in Kyrgyzstan:

"As early as February," Roza Otunbayeva (left)- now the apparent head of the provisional government - "pledged allegiance to a small group of partners and sponsors of the Kyrgyz revolution, to 'our American friends' at Freedom House (who donated a printing press in Bishkek to the opposition), and to George Soros, a speculator who previously helped unseat Edward Shevardnadze's government in Georgia.

She has already confirmed that the American base at Manas will not be closed.

Apr 11 01:10

Military jet flyover during Fresno Tea Party speech 4/10/10


FRESNO, California -- Two military jets just "happen" to fly directly over Chukchansi Park Stadium during a Tea Party speech on April 10, 2010. Coincidentally, the speaker just happened to be saying: " ... I know that sounds tough, but you need to listen to Thomas Jefferson and Thomas Paine and Samuel Adams. They would tell you that we are living in tyranny right now!" The speaker then looked up at the jets, paused for a few seconds and said: "Look at that."

April 10, 2010

Apr 10 17:17

Solidarity Demo FREE TIBET in Zürich Switzerland (photos)

Apr 10 17:10

Poland’s Leaders Move to Weaken Currency, Then Die in Plane Crash

The Polish government and the National Bank of Poland, in a “rare moment of unity,” agree to weaken Poland’s currency, the zloty, in an act that would benefit Poland’s exporters at the expense of Poland’s trading partners—that is, the European Union, among others. Then, the next day, Poland’s president and the president of its national bank die in a plane crash.

Apr 10 17:06

Solidarity Demo FREE TIBET in Zürich Switzerland (photos)

An estimated 10,000 people gathered today April 10, 2010 at Münsterplatz Zürich for a demonstration of solidarity with the people of Tibet. It was a beautiful sunny spring day featuring an interesting program of singing prayers, music, a speech by the Dali Lama, and lots of people including thousands of Tibetan refugees, waving colorful Tibetan flags.

Apr 10 16:25

Clinton speaks with interim Kyrgyz leadership

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Saturday telephoned interim Kyrgyz leader Roza Otunbayeva and urged the leadership to "renew Kyrgyzstan's path to democracy," the State Department said.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Memo to US Secretary of State Clinton; by throwing the b*stards out, the Kyrgyz people have already have started on that process.

Apr 10 16:19

Victims’ advocate predicts more church sex scandals in Canada

The wave of scandals battering the Roman Catholic Church is only the tip of the iceberg, claims a victims’ rights advocate in Quebec who has gathered more than 400 testimonies from men and women who say they, too, were abused by priests.

Apr 10 15:59

The Cover-Ups That Exploded

U.S. ground troops arrive on the scene, report the presence of wounded children. "Well, it's their fault for bringing their kids into a battle," one pilot tells the other. There are further sniggers as a U.S. armored vehicle rolls up. "I think they just drove over a body," one of the pilots cackles.

One disgraceful exchange discloses a brutal order to the U.S. ground troops not to take the wounded children to the nearest military hospital, thus condemning them to the long waits and understaffed, under-equipped Baghdad civilian hospitals. It clearly shows the culpability of the next command echelon, which is just as great as that of the pilots.

The children were being driven to school, the so called battle was brought to them by the scum in the helicopter.

Apr 10 15:44

Most Support Stronger Regulations on Big Banks

The survey also found that 63% do not agree that the federal government has a responsibility to insure that big banks do not fail and only 33% said they had confidence in the Federal Reserve to enforce regulations on the nation's financial institutions

Apr 10 15:25

History of Iran

This is a beautiful history? of the facts. Facts conveniently left out of Government School history books.

Apr 10 15:09

ObamaCare and the Needs of the Many

Mr. Obama seems oblivious to the reality that everywhere on earth the greatest good for the greatest number has been achieved, not by government monopolies but rather by free individuals openly competing with each other in the service of their fellow humans and in the pursuit of their own happiness. Freedom and free market competition outperforms government monopoly every time.

Apr 10 14:55

Remembering The Katyn Forest Massacre, 1940

"The Katyn massacre, also known as the Katyn Forest massacre, was a mass murder of many thousands (22,000) of Polish prisoners of war (primarily military officers), intellectuals, police officers, and other public servants by the Soviet NKVD, based on a proposal from Lavrentiy Beria to execute all members of the Polish Officer Corps."

The Soviets tried to blame the Germans for this horror.

The Polish President Kacynski was curiously headed to the Katyn memorial when his plane crashed.

Apr 10 14:28

CNN Touts Civilian Service Corps As Way Of Shedding Student Debt

CNN has some advice for any former students now saddled with excess debt carry out a decade of social work or join the ranks of the governments civilian service corps.

Apr 10 14:26

Gerald Celente : A Third Party Will Rise

Gerald Celente preparing us for the upcoming political change and revolution.

Apr 10 14:21

Thai Army Pulls Back From Protest Clashes; 15 Dead

BANGKOK (AP) - Thai soldiers and police fought pitched battles Saturday night with anti-government demonstrators in streets enveloped in tear gas, but troops later retreated and asked protesters to do the same. Fifteen people were killed, including a Japanese journalist, and more than 650 wounded, according to hospital officials.

Most of Saturday's fighting took place around Democracy Monument, which is near one of the encampments of the Red Shirt protesters. But it spread to the Khao San Road area, a favorite of foreign backpackers.

The Thai are fighting for democracy.

Apr 10 13:17

Video: 1,300 U.S. troops stranded at airfield in Kyrgyzstan, military says

A U.S. military spokesman, who declined to be identified because of the sensitivity of the security situation, said the troops have been unable to move because of the suspension of U.S. military operations at the airfield...

Apr 10 12:01

1974 CIA Estimate Declared,“We believe that Israel already has produced nuclear weapons.”

Yesterday, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu abruptly announced that he has decided not attend President Obama’s Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, sending Deputy Prime Minister Dan Meridor in his place. The Washington Post reported this was due to concern over “Arab criticism of Israel’s undeclared nuclear arsenal.” Attempting to be topical, I’m reposting this 1974 CIA document in which the Agency declared, “We believe that Israel already has produced nuclear weapons.”

Apr 10 11:51

The Federal Reserve Caused the 700 Billion Dollar Bailout and Economic Crash

The federal reserve caused the 700 billion dollar bailout. Share this video with everyone you know. The Rothschilds and the Bank of England, and the London banking houses which ultimately control the Federal Reserve Banks through their stockholdings of bank stock and their subsidiary firms in New York. The two principal Rothschild representatives in New York, J. P. Morgan Co., and Kuhn,Loeb & Co. were the firms which set up the Jekyll Island Conference The Federal Reserve was created with no constitutional authority in 1913, the Fed prints money out of thin air and loans it to the U.S. treasury at interest. This can only lead to one outcome: debt.

Apr 10 11:46

Britain’s top Catholic ‘protected’ paedophile

The head of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales presided over a child protection system that allowed a paedophile priest to continue abusing schoolboys despite repeated complaints from victims, an investigation by The Times has discovered.

Apr 10 11:45

Cdn. diocese defends handling of sex-abuse claim against top Vatican official

A Canadian diocese is defending its handling of sexual-abuse complaints against a top church official amid new evidence its former bishop discussed with Vatican officials how to keep the scandal from becoming public.

Apr 10 11:32

Paedophile Collins dies of suspected heart attack

EVIL paedophile priest Donal Collins has been found dead in his home.

The body of Collins, who was dismissed from the priesthood in 2004, was discovered yesterday at his house in Curracloe, Co Wexford after gardai were alerted at around 3.30pm.

It is understood that the former priest, who was in his late 70s, suffered from a heart condition.

Collins was cited in the Ferns report which detailed more than 100 allegations of child sexual abuse against 21 priests in the diocese between 1962 and 2002.

Apr 10 11:19

U.S. Banks Hid Risk by Lowering Debt Before Reporting, WSJ Says

Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc. and 13 other banks all understated the amount of debt used to pay for securities trades by cutting them by an average of 42 percent at the end of five quarterly periods; the debt levels were then boosted midway through each quarter, the newspaper said.

Apr 10 11:14

Nine dead as Thai troops clash with Red Shirt protesters

The sudden escalation of the month long demonstration, has raised fears of a larger uprising against Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva.

The demonstrators, who all wear red-shirts, are supporters of the deposed former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and want Vejjavia to resign.

Protest leader Veera Musikapong told protesters today: “We are changing our demand from dissolving parliament in 15 days to dissolving parliament immediately.”

Webmaster's Commentary: 

It looks as though the Thai people have had enough.

Apr 10 11:02

US Moves From Nuclear Arms to Conventional Missiles With Global Reach

While President Barack Obama speaks overseas of his vision of a world without nuclear weapons, his military commanders at home are quietly accelerating a programme to develop and deploy a new class of conventional intercontinental ballistic missiles which will have the capacity to strike targets anywhere in the world within an hour.

While the effort to develop the new missile capability, called Prompt Global Strike, began in the late 1990s and through the Bush years, President Obama has expanded its budget with hopes that it can be added to US military's array of options by the middle of this decade. First prototype tests will be carried out by the Air Force next month.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

This move doesn't make the world, or the US, more safe; it makes the world more dangerous, particularly if these weapons cannot be distinguished from nuclear weapons by other countries.

Apr 10 10:59

This Day in History: April 10 -

Patriarch Gregory V of Constantinople was hanged by the Turks from the main gate of the Patriarchate on this date: “He was taken out of the Patriarchal Cathedral on Easter Sunday, 1821, directly after celebrating the solemn Easter Liturgy, and hanged (in full Patriarchal vestments) for three days from the main gate of the Patriarchate compound by order of the Sultan; his body was then taken down and delivered to a squad of Jews, who dragged it through the streets and finally threw it into the Bosphorus [Straight].”

Apr 10 10:53

Ashtabula County: Judge tells residents to "Arm themselves"

In the ongoing financial crisis in Ashtabula County, the Sheriff's Department has been cut from 112 to 49 deputies. With deputies assigned to transport prisoners, serve warrants and other duties, only one patrol car is assigned to patrol the entire county of 720 square miles.

Apr 10 10:53

ECESG Slams Threats Against Activists Participating In Gaza Solidarity Ships

The European Campaign to End the Siege on Gaza (ECESG) strongly denounced threats made against activists who intend to participate in the upcoming convoy of solidarity ship heading to the besieged and improvised Gaza Strip.

500 peace activists, including European parliamentarians, are planning to said to Gaza.

The campaign stated that the threats will not be able to foil the efforts of human rights activists to break the siege on Gaza.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

A memo to the Israeli government: threats and intimidation will not work with these people. It is simply making the Israeli government look more like a rogue nation than it already is.

And any attempt to make martyrs out of them will backfire in your face like a cheap trick cigar, and even more sharply focus the world's attention on your continuing immoral siege of Gaza.

Apr 10 10:48

7 million Iraqis exist below poverty line

Millions of Iraqis exist below the poverty line in a country which floats on oil and earned more than $60 billion from oil sales last year, said Mahdi Muhsen, the director of the Central Organization for Statistics and Information Technology.

Muhsen said one fourth of Iraq’s nearly 30 million people live below the poverty line and that unemployment rates could hit 30% in some provinces.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

More "progress" in Iraq, I see.

Apr 10 10:45

Can the US Triumph in the Drug-Addicted War in Afghanistan? Opium, the CIA and the Karzai Administration

Perhaps the best example of such CIA influence via drug traffickers today is in Afghanistan itself, where those accused of drug trafficking include President Karzai’s brother, Ahmed Wali Karzai (an active CIA asset), and Abdul Rashid Dostum (a former CIA asset).4 The drug corruption of the Afghan government must be attributed at least in part to the U.S. and CIA decision in 2001 to launch an invasion with the support of the Northern Alliance, a movement that Washington knew to be drug-corrupted.

In this way the U.S. consciously recreated in Afghanistan the situation it had created earlier in Vietnam.