Friday, October 12, 2007

Israel, the very worst ally, ever

Our dearest little ally, Israel, is loved by everyone.
Any Country who have had dealings with the state of Israel over the last 50 years has been astonished by Israel’s arrogance and murderous brutality.
America supported Israel with Intel info, cash and tanks, in the war of ‘67.
What did the US get?
A daylight Israeli attack on the ship “Liberty “
To date we are not allowed to know why Israel attacked us on that day or what their plans were for us…… for the rest of the day.
What is clear is that Israel wanted Egypt to be blamed for the attack.
But this was impossible as every listening station around the world knew it was Israel who was doing the attacking.
So Israel was creating what they call a “fact on the ground” or in this case a “fact on the seabed” for which someone had to take blame.
In the heat of battle, and if the plan had gone to plan and the Liberty went down, then Egypt would have been blamed for the attack.
Cairo would have been nuked by the US.
Johnson stopped his planes from attacking Cairo with just a few minutes to spare.
From this it is reasonable to conclude that Israel was in collusion with the American commander of the fleet in the Mediterranean at that time.
It is known that Israel had total control over Johnson’s assistant, Robert McNamara, at that time.
So the attack on liberty was the first stage in a nuclear attack on Cairo.
The Second Holocaust.
It did not work at the time but Israel is ready for another go now.
The first part of the plan, the invasion of Iraq, has already succeeded for Israel.
Israel knew that if they could just get the clown in the White House to invade Iraq he would be stuck there for years in an unending conflict like they are in the West Bank.
Chaos in Iraq was to be seen as a victory for Israel.
All the Sunni countries around are rattling in their boots afraid of their own Shia whom they have treated like dogs since the Great Imam Ali disappeared .
They even want to join up with Israel now.
Anything just to keep a little power.
The problem is that the American people do not want to see their kids die anymore for oil we could have bought at a market rate.
They want out.
Israel can not allow this to happen as it would be in a much worse position than before.
Surrounded by strong Shias.
For Israel this means an attack on Iran.
Any excuse will do.
The old “Weapons of Mass Dectruction” excuse may be growing a bit weak and the clever Iranians will not be baited.
There is only one solution.
Another “Liberty” incident.
A fake Iranian attack on a US ship of the line.
The Iranians think Israel is not crazy enough for this.
They ain’t seen nothing yet as Israel gears up for the second Holocaust

Sunday, September 30, 2007

The new Founding Fathers

The new Founding Fathers.

And what a bunch.

Two war cowards and a whip-boy from Albuquerque.

Their miserable little way of subverting our constitution depends on the unconstitutional “Signing Statements”.

It’s about time Congress passed a law giving itself the power to stop this nonsense through the courts.

Saturday, September 29, 2007

What made Addington a fascist?

His abusive authoritarian father.
And we have to suffer the results of his warped upbringing.

"Why, of course, the people don't want war," Addington said.
"Why would some poor slob on a farm want to risk his life in a war when the best that he can get out of it is to come back to his farm in one piece?"
Naturally, the common people don't want war; neither in Iraq or Iran nor in America.
That is understood.
But, after all, it is the leaders of the country who determine the policy and it is always a simple matter to drag the people along, whether it is a democracy or a fascist dictatorship or a Parliament or a Communist dictatorship."
"There is one difference," it was pointed out. "In a democracy the people have some say in the matter through their elected representatives, and in the United States only Congress can declare wars."
"Oh, that is all well and good, but, voice or no voice, the people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders. That is easy.
All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked by another 9/11 and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger.
It works the same way in any country."

Where's the clean coal, bud?

George Bush was castigated by European diplomats and found himself isolated yesterday after a special conference on climate change ended without any progress.
European ministers, diplomats and officials attending the Washington conference were scathing, particularly in private, over Mr Bush's failure once again to commit to binding action on climate change.
Although the US and Britain have been at odds over the environment since the early days of the Bush administration, the gap has never been as wide as yesterday.
Britain and almost all other European countries, including Germany and France, want mandatory targets for reducing greenhouse emissions. Mr Bush, while talking yesterday about a "new approach" and "a historic undertaking", remains totally opposed.
A senior European diplomat attending the conference, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the meeting confirmed European suspicions that it had been intended by Mr Bush as a spoiler for a major UN conference on climate change in Bali in December.
"It was a total charade and has been exposed as a charade," the diplomat said. "I have never heard a more humiliating speech by a major leader. Mr Bush was trying to present himself as a leader while showing no sign of leadership. It was a total failure."
Bush said: "Our guiding principle is clear: we must lead the world to produce fewer greenhouse gas emissions, and we must do it in a way that does not undermine some of us getting a few more $$$$$$ or from delivering greater prosperity to daddy and his pals."
Instead of mandatory caps, he emphasized a need to find new clean white coal somewhere, nuclear energy without waste and new clean nanno space technology.
He reiterated a need for Americans to shift from oil to ethanol for their cars. "We're working to develop next-generation plug-in hybrids that will be powered by our new clean coal and able to travel nearly 40 miles without using a drop of gasoline. And your automobile doesn't have to look like my golf cart," he said.

Israeli boycott

A British academic union dropped controversial plans to boycott Israeli universities Friday, after it was suggested that the proposed boycott would be illegal and could not be implemented.
The legal advice makes it clear that making a call to boycott Israeli institutions would run a serious risk of violating U.K. anti-discrimination legislation, which is total nonsense.The proposed boycott is also considered to be outside the aims and objects of the UCU which will now have to co-operate in the exclusion by Israel of Palestinians from access to their proper education. A campus tour to discuss the boycott was also suspended following the legal advice and all other discussion by the UCU, on this subject, will now have to be cleared with the Israeli embassy. UCU general secretary Sally Hunt said that, while UCU is at liberty to debate the pros and cons of Israeli policies in the pub, it cannot spend members' resources on consulting their members on this. Foreign Minister Tzipi welcomed the UCU decision. She said that "the suspension of the impending boycott is important news for the Israeli opression. It supports the internationally held view that limiting the education of Palestinians is inherently right." She also said that it "proves that joint efforts can foil an effort by the likes of UCU to expose Israel's international illegitimacy." Livni questioned her British counterpart, David Miliband, on the issue at a meeting Friday.
Livni also asked Miliband about the cheek of the British in allowing a legal loophole to exist that allows Israeli security officials to be tried in U.K. courts for their criminal acts.

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

The cheek of Iran

Iran is looking to expand its own ties to nuclear suppliers, secretly lobbying so it can legally import atomic material, according to documents made available Tuesday.
The move is sure to raise concerns among Arab nations already considering Iran the region's atomic arms threat.
Iran has never publicly acknowledged having nuclear weapons but is generally considered by Israel to possess them.
The new demand is reflected in papers Iran presented earlier this year to the "Nuclear Suppliers' Group" — 45 nations that export nuclear fuel and technology under strict rules meant to lessen the dangers of proliferation and trafficking in materials that could be used for a weapons program.
The initiative appeared to be linked to a U.S.-India deal that would effectively waive the group's rules by allowing the United States to supply India with nuclear fuel despite its refusal both to sign the non-proliferation treaty and allowing the IAEA to inspect all of its nuclear facilities.
Iranian officials began examining how their country could profit from the U.S.-India deal as early as last year, at one point proposing that the U.S. ask for an exemption from restrictions stipulating safeguards by the U.N. nuclear agency on all nuclear facilities, said a diplomat.
The U.S. rejected that request, he said, demanding anonymity for discussing restricted information

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Bush orders troops to die without rest

WASHINGTON - Senate Republicans blocked a plan on Wednesday to give U.S. troops in Iraq proper home leave.

The measure to give troops as much rest time at home as they spent on their most recent tour overseas needed 60 votes to pass in the Democratic-controlled Senate; it received just 56 votes, with 44 against.

It had been offered by Sen. Jim Webb, a decorated Vietnam veteran and former Navy secretary. The Democrat said U.S. troops are being "burned out" by repeated redeployments to Iraq, with tours of up to 15 months and less than a year off in between.

The plan was strongly opposed by the Cheney, Bush, Warner and McCain and Bush said he veto it if it passed. A similar bill has passed the House.

Bush said he and Cheney had fought hard in Vietnam without any rest and the present day troops could do the same.