Archive for August 28th, 2008

Murderous and racist Met at it again…

In short, I think it is long past time that we all shut up, stop making public statements about private disputes and get on with the job we are paid to do.source

said Deputy Commissioner Paul Stephenson, issuing A PUBLIC STATEMENT in a press conference.


pic c/o http://www.watfordobserver.co.uk/uk_national_news/3629832./

*sniff sniff* – can anyone else smell it?

 

Why I had to Recognise Georgia’s Breakaway Regions – By Dmitry Medvedev

Why I had to Recognise Georgia’s Breakaway Regions

By Dmitry Medvedev (The President of Russia)

27/08/08 “Financial Times” — – On Tuesday Russia recognised the independence of the territories of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. It was not a step taken lightly, or without full consideration of the consequences. But all possible outcomes had to be weighed against a sober understanding of the situation – the histories of the Abkhaz and Ossetian peoples, their freely expressed desire for independence, the tragic events of the past weeks and inter­national precedents for such a move.

Not all of the world’s nations have their own statehood. Many exist happily within boundaries shared with other nations. The Russian Federation is an example of largely harmonious coexistence by many dozens of nations and nationalities. But some nations find it impossible to live under the tutelage of another. Relations between nations living “under one roof” need to be handled with the utmost sensitivity.

After the collapse of communism, Russia reconciled itself to the “loss” of 14 former Soviet republics, which became states in their own right, even though some 25m Russians were left stranded in countries no longer their own. Some of those nations were un­able to treat their own minorities with the respect they deserved. Georgia immediately stripped its “autonomous regions” of Abkhazia and South Ossetia of their autonomy.

Can you imagine what it was like for the Abkhaz people to have their university in Sukhumi closed down by the Tbilisi government on the grounds that they allegedly had no proper language or history or culture and so did not need a university? The newly independent Georgia inflicted a vicious war on its minority nations, displacing thousands of people and sowing seeds of discontent that could only grow. These were tinderboxes, right on Russia’s doorstep, which Russian peacekeepers strove to keep from igniting.

But the west, ignoring the delicacy of the situation, unwittingly (or wittingly) fed the hopes of the South Ossetians and Abkhazians for freedom. They clasped to their bosom a Georgian president, Mikheil Saakashvili, whose first move was to crush the autonomy of another region, Adjaria, and made no secret of his intention to squash the Ossetians and Abkhazians.

Meanwhile, ignoring Russia’s warnings, western countries rushed to recognise Kosovo’s illegal declaration of independence from Serbia

. We argued consistently that it would be impossible, after that, to tell the Abkhazians and Ossetians (and dozens of other groups around the world) that what was good for the Kosovo Albanians was not good for them. In international relations, you cannot have one rule for some and another rule for others.

Seeing the warning signs, we persistently tried to persuade the Georgians to sign an agreement on the non-use of force with the Ossetians and Abkhazians. Mr Saakashvili refused. On the night of August 7-8 we found out why.
Only a madman could have taken such a gamble. Did he believe Russia would stand idly by as he launched an all-out assault on the sleeping city of Tskhinvali, murdering hundreds of peaceful civilians, most of them Russian citizens? Did he believe Russia would stand by as his “peacekeeping” troops fired on Russian comrades with whom they were supposed to be preventing trouble in South Ossetia?

Russia had no option but to crush the attack to save lives. This was not a war of our choice. We have no designs on Georgian territory. Our troops entered Georgia to destroy bases from which the attack was launched and then left. We restored the peace but could not calm the fears and aspirations of the South Ossetian and Abkhazian peoples – not when Mr Saakashvili continued (with the complicity and encouragement of the US and some other Nato members) to talk of rearming his forces and reclaiming “Georgian territory”. The presidents of the two republics appealed to Russia to recognise their independence.

A heavy decision weighed on my shoulders. Taking into account the freely expressed views of the Ossetian and Abkhazian peoples, and based on the principles of the United Nations charter and other documents of international law, I signed a decree on the Russian Federation’s recognition of the independence of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. I sincerely hope that the Georgian people, to whom we feel historic friendship and sympathy, will one day have leaders they deserve, who care about their country and who develop mutually respectful relations with all the peoples in the Caucasus. Russia is ready to support the achievement of such a goal.

 

Dear President Medvedev.

Thank you for informing us of the Russian perspective on all this. Our cowardly ‘western’ media has once again proved it only serves as a propaganda tool and not as a medium for sincere discussion.

But what of the Chechens?

Can they declare independence which Russia will therefore recognise?

 

 

Fab Music but Fab Four?


One of the cars of a working class hero

John Lennon is hailed as a working class hero. Why is that? Because he was born of the working class? because he wrote a song called “working class hero” or because he spoke out about a number of issues about global injustice? It’s funny how his immense wealth (estd. £400 million) , his Phantom V Rolls Roycepersonalised limo etc, isn’t seen as a hindrance to him being working class. Perhaps personal wealth isn’t relevant to ones self affirmation of being ‘working class’, but it certainly feels like it should. Really, what did John give people other than a song to whistle to and fro work

And now we have Fab thumbs aloft Fab Wacky Maccy McCartney. Paul is going to play in Occupied Palestine. Paul says:

“I’ve heard so many great things about Tel Aviv and Israel, but hearing is one thing and experiencing it for yourself is another,” – Paul McCartney


There used to be a picture here of Paul McCartney’s head
put on a 10 shekel note featuring Golda Meir and sporting
the caption ““Golda and McCartney the beloved”, but it’s
designer asked me to remove it. 
Original jpg image (image only) is here,
and features on –this page–
U
PDATE: The link to the page has been removed as it contains an embedded virus. A worm’s called Feebs.
For those interested, the link used to point to http://www.beatles-invasion.com/beatles-news-israel-apologises/ (now delinked)

 

Paul, I never thought of you as being an idiotic supporter of eugenic fascism, but I see it’s time to revise that opinion. Paul has also played at an independence celebration concert in Kiev, Ukraine. I’m seeing visions of him turning out to the the ‘lost PNAC signatory’.

Thank God mucisicans arn’t politicans. For all their nice lyrics, lets admit it, they are pretty useless really.

Addition: Of course, the problem with liking someones music is you tend to buy in to liking the artist too. It is therefore quite difficult to listen to criticism of ones favourite musicians or TV stars or whatever. I used to like the song “Anarchy in the UK by the Sex Pistols”, however as my awareness of their beliefs and exposure to what they said grew, I found myself liking the song less and less. What a weird species us humans are. 

If a Muslim typed it, he’d be naked in solitary by now.

Something caught my eye when going through the machinations of uploading a pic here on wordpress…

It’s kinda funny, but in context of very real and serious events in the War OF Terror, the funniness soon wore off, as a particular feed (amongst others) from the http://www.julyseventh.co.uk (July seventh truth campaign website) hopefully illustrates…

J7 LAUNCH FREE KHALID KHALIQ CAMPAIGN
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In July 2005 Khalid Khaliq came forward to voluntarily to assist with the 7/7 investigation. Nearly three years later, on Tuesday March 11th 2008 Khaliq, 34, was sentenced to sixteen months in prison for possession of information that is freely available from an American website set up by the US Ministry of Justice. Khaliq stated in court that the disc “had been brought to his home by “others”, whom he refused to identify.” Furthermore, it appears Khaliq had not even viewed the material on the disc. The court heard how the CD had originally been produced in the Iqra learning centre and it is common knowledge that CD and DVD production, along with other IT issues at the Iqra, were undertaken not by a Muslim but instead by a jobbing former Hells Angel and “IT man”, Martin Gilbertson. Full details in another new article, Justice Defiled – the conviction of Khalid Khaliq, on the J7 blog:

http://j7truth.blogspot.com/2008/03/justice-defiled-conviction-of-khalid.html

And if any wordpress staff are reading this, PLEASE, don’t be all politically correct and change it to something like “my fluffy cat”! Thank you. I’m gald it says what it does.

The loss of trust – Healthcare and conspiraloonacy


http://www.conservapedia.com
The self declared ‘”Trustworthy” Encyclopedia’ – Hmmmm…
Notice how, like in all similar schematics, nothing is ever presented
other than the impression of it being completely safe.

Michael Howard (ex-Tory leader of the UK conservative party and guess what… Conservative friend of Israel) said of the mass murderer Tony Blair, that because he lied to us about WMD in Iraq, that the public would not trust him again if a similar situation arose again.

It was rather bizarre that someone like Michael Howard would say such a thing. Whatever. As the legendary and mighty Howard Zinn said “Just remember two words: governments lie”. Tory MP, Michael Howard was however, essentially correct.

The thing is, and it’s particularly acute these days, we have been lied to about a whole host of things. Lies have been told and cover-ups have been conducted. 9-11 and 7-7 are just two simple examples, but it extends into the field of medicine too.

The long term poisoning of aspartame are well known. Part of aspartame contains a methyl ester group, and esters undergo hydrolysis in the body due to esterase enzymes found naturally in the body. Methyl esters are the worst because of the compounds they are hydrolysed to and subsequently oxidised in the body into methanal i.e. formaldehyde. The primary metabolites (initial breakdown products) of aspartame are able to penetrate the blood-brain barrier and so damage brain function. But the degrading health effects of aspartame are not halted (by banning apsartame) because the effect isn’t rapidly visible but also because it makes huge amounts of money for its manufacturers. {P.S. despite this leading Universities in the UK have conducted work on other natural methyl esters for application as emulsifiers – food processing agents commonly found in many foods, some research lead by cheered Professors}

Cover-ups and lies are embroiled with GM food, Power transmission cables, pollution via industry and nuclear power, banking/macroeconomics, pharmaceuticals and vaccines.

All of which causes high levels of distrust and sees people such as myself, causing people such as myself to be virtually unable to believe almost anything the government or big business says about almost everything. Thing is, it’s possible that even if they did tell the truth, it would be difficult for me to automatically believe it, unless and until strong evidence of their claims was made available andI had time to check it out, but there are so many other things to do in life that it’s impossible to check them all out, so I draw upon related knowledge, past experience and intuition to form an opinion, and that is almost always default heavy skepticism.

My inability to trust them causes me much personal frustration (I do after all, live with the conspiracy 24/7) and especially when it comes to vaccines.

There exists today a wealth of documentation that suggests vaccines are detrimental to human health, {and also the possibility, a likelihood IMO, that vaccines will eventually display ‘the antibiotic effect’ whereby long term vaccination leads to consequences that are terribly dangerous to general health} but there have also been a number of studies which say they are (in the short term)safe. However, I cannot believe that those studies are free from bias and vested interests, not least because they involve the government but also because I know about the way scientific teams and department are funded. And it’s surely cause for suspicion that any almost every scientific “advancement”, substance, pharmaceutical or vaccine which has large commercial value, is almost always approved and spoken of as though it is completely safe (or of such low risk that people will take the chance).

So here’s the problem… If say a vaccine was actually safe (and worked – there is a difference!), then I’m left in the worst of all positions because I cannot take it at face value that they aresafe (or work), so because the effect of big pharma and government lies, I could find myself unable to embrace something which may be beneficial. The worry is, that if by rejecting something that may actually give benefit, the potential consequences are very serious, and the dilemma weighs very heavily on my mind.

I guess many conspiraloons face similar situations.

But it’s not our fault!

The breach of trust towards the little guy from govt and big pharma has taken it’s toll, and I don’t see any way back – at least from a personal, middle aged lifetime scale of things. Isn’t it foolish in the extreme when after substantial knowledge of government / big pharma lies, that those experiences be junked in favour of unquestioning trust belief?

And ignorance is not bliss, it’s just plain ignorant!

Worthy link: Medicine and the New World Order” By The Antireptilian Iration

 


Viva Palestina – break the siege:

Viva Palestina - break the siege

This blog supports victims of western aggression

This blog supports victims of western aggression

BooK: The Hand of Iblis. Dr Omar Zaid M.D.

Book: The Hand of Iblis
An Anatomy of Evil
The Hidden Hand of the New World Order
Summary Observations and History

Data on Fukushima Plant – (NHK news)

Fukushima Radiation Data

J7 truth campaign:

July 7th Truth Campaign - RELEASE THE EVIDENCE!

Recommended book: 3rd edition of Terror on the Tube – Behind the Veil of 7-7, An Investigation by Nick Kollerstrom:

J7 (truth) Inquest blog

July 7th Truth Campaign - INQUEST BLOG
Top rate analysis of the Inquest/Hoax

Arrest Blair (the filthy killer)

This human filth needs to be put on trial and hung!

JUST:

JUST - International Movement for a Just World

ICH:

Information Clearing House - Actual News and global analysis

John Pilger:

John Pilger, Journalist and author

Media Lens

My perception of Media Lens: Watching the corrupt corporate media, documenting and analysing how it bends our minds. Their book, 'Newspeak' is a gem.

Abandon the paper $cam:

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