Archive for October, 2008

This “war on terror”; what was it about again?

Shortly after 9-11, the Taliban said they would hand over Tim Osman – oops, sorry, that was his CIA name, I mean Osama bin Laden, if the US provided proof of his guilt. No proof was ever given and to this day, Osama bin Laden still hasn’t been charged with the 9-11 attacks.

 

Instead George ‘hotline to God’ Bush and sadist Tony Bliar spearheaded an illegal invasion of a country which, like its defacto administration, had nothing whatsoever to do with 9-11, killing many Afghani people, labelled Taliban, who also had nothing to do with 9-11 either.

 

The occidentals are still there today, almost 7 years after, longer than world war II, butchering and torturing away, dissolving families and other good people, some of who are simply exercising their right to try and repel a white coloured plague intent on stealing and toxifying their ancestral lands. The utterly innocent Afghani people and the Taliban are paying the price for someone other than themselves for flying two jets into the word trade centre buildings, rammed some strange object into the pentagon and made another plane vanish – by chance, into a deep underground mine.

 

As soon as the first US bombing began dispersing Afghani body parts across their own country, the Taliban have been designate ‘fair game’ – nowhere more so than in the western media, which the slavish media in countries trying to ‘westernise’ themselves follow out of stupidity.

Today the miserable self obsessed BBC continues its purge of the Taliban in the latest propaganda piece entitled “Crucial battle on Pakistan’s frontline” by apologist for crimes against humanity, Barbara Plett.

BBC correspondents never make mention of the facts I make above, i.e. that they have nothing to do with 9-11.

The Beeb almost never reports from that region, that established cultures and clans in and around Waziristan(for example), far outdate someone’s decision to draw a line on a map demarcating what Pakistan is or what Afghanistan is, always portray those people as being violement elements which must be excised from society because they don’t kow-to to being ruled by elements in Islamabad or the ‘Afghan green zone’ (no, not the heroin poppy fields) of Kabul who were never gifted the power to adminstration over them.

There is absolutely NO reason why the people in the North West frontier should conform to the notion of the Pakistani state. If they share culture, flavour of culture and faith with their ‘Afghani’ clan, then nobody has the right to try and Pakistani-ise them and call ‘illegitimate’ their attempt to throw off the Islamabad yoke or that of the US and NATO killers.

For the poor Afghani people, the Palestinians, the Iraqis and countless other people around the would I am 100% proud to be utterly ashamed and disgused with my country.

{I’ve modified the last few paragraphs slightly 1st Nov 08, but the meaning is the same}

 

Victory to the oppressed across the world!

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The gambling continues…

This from Alex Jones’s Prison planet

Credit-Default Swaps on US Treasuries Have Risen Nearly 40 Percent Since Bailout Law Signed; Now About the Same as on Mexican and Thai Government Debt – source

Goldman Sachs ready to hand out £7bn salary and bonus package… after its £6bn bail-out – source

And this from the Beeb: Hedge funds make £18bn loss on VW – source

Betcha feel real guuuud.

 

And thio

Bush Trying to Avoid War Crimes Charges

Thanks to Information Clearing House
 http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article21113.htm
for publicising this eyebrow lifting video on CNN of all places…


http://www.youtube.com/v/9RwoFcLgxA0&hl=en&fs=1

What’s the bet that the senate/congress pass the leglisation?

New Blogs

The web is huge, but a lot of it is crap. I don’t usually have much time to go looking for good sites, but today I came across one which gave a couple of laughs. Fellow conspuiracy examiners may like a gander.

http://vonpip.wordpress.com/  Political satire in graphics. e.g.


Ha Ha!

Smoke straw

In my smoking days, sometimes I’d run outta cigs. Occasionally I’d smoke straw. No kidding (the effects may endure). No doubt there’s quite a few million bereaved people out there who’ve never done it, but would seriously like to smoke Straw. You’ll find them in places like Iraq, Afghanistan and even, back in miserable old blighty!

Actually in blighty, one of the most murderous nations on the planet, the public whipped themselves into a celeb based frenzy over repugnant, but trivial remarks, made by Wossy and some poor mans Marc Bolan wannabe.

Jack ‘take it off baby’  Straw and Garrrrdun Brooon are trying to get in on the act, with Straw calling for the BBC radio fool to be sacked. Reveal-all-for-me-Straw you will remember voted to kill

over one million Iraqi people

and send countless more many more into mourning, illness, poverty, persistent fear, trauma and uncertainty forever with the metallic taste of depleted uranium in their mouths. All based on a deliberate pack of lies. He also played a part in rendering people around the world for torture and make efforts to illegally invade Afghanistan.

And this sadistic filthbag calls for the sacking of some stupid DJ?

How messed up is that?

IMF saves the world

What a lovely organisation the IMF is.


THE IMF IS THE BEST THING IN THE WORLD

While we are told there isn’t any more cheap credit anymore, the IMF has it by the bucket load. I’ve noticed it over the last few weeks announcing it’s open generosity to ‘help’ countries. So it’s lending to people that have no money.

The old story.
 
Meanwhile in the credit-less world, the FED lowers interest rates making it cheaper to borrow credit that doesn’t exist when we have been told that it was low interest rates in the early 2000’s that tempted people to take out loans that they couldn’t afford.

My view remains that interest rates do need to come down significantly – and quickly,” Prof Blanchflower told an academic audience in Canterburysource

One would have thought that if your feet are been eaten by piranhas, the first thing you do is get your feet the hell out of the water. I’m obviously wrong. The best thing to do is immerse your legs too – obviously!
Meanwhile Hungary whose banks I don’t think invested in the US sub-prime market to any great extent is also being bailed out.

The British govt is borrowing in the light of a lack of credit and yet spending loads in “rescuing” banks who still have no credit. A year ago, people wondered why the hell the govt was bailing out the Northern rock rather than just let it fail. It was totally illogical from an economic thing to do then and of course something shady was going on. It should have been allowed to collapse into its own funeral pyre. So why did Darling put about £2000 of debt on every Brits head in saving NR?

It couldn’t be because by taking the first most difficult step along the way to defraud people that they could then say “we have to continue now or we’ll have wasted all that money on NR last year.” – could it?
 From a business point of view it was always the obvious choice to let NR collapse. Once it collapsed, then pick up the pieces. But this wouldn’t have left people scared that they would lose their jobs and homes, so it wasn’t done.

All these gambling dens should be allowed to crumble. It is not in ANY citizens interest to allow these financial pirates to be allowed to be in business. I can’t believe the governments have bought their toxic debts and then thrown credit at them. Now I read the average USan is something like $70,000 in debt, and that’s before all other debts are included.

Does anyone really believe that the village idiot Bush/bLiar/Brown/Skaro.Barelustonly and so on actually have power or influence over what’s happening? They always act in a reactionary manner, indicating there are string pullers working the system and working the glorious “leaders” too.
But back to the lovely IMF.

Big picture digesters know when you take a loan from the IMF, your in BIG trouble. IMF = Instantaneously Monetarily Fooked.

Now the IMF, the European Central Bank and other EU institutions are going to have to step in and support the Hungarian economy with multi-billion dollar loans, and the price they will demand is likely to mean harsh economic reforms and cuts in government spending.  – source

People need the IMF like a hole in the head. Governments know IMF loans really crish their civillians. We’ve seen this virtually EVERY time countries borrow from the IMF. IMF loans are supposed to put the debtor in a situation whereby he cannot repay. That way the debtor nations cedes control over important aspects of the countries economy.

But where does the IMF get this credit/issuance of debt from? Doesn’t it come from member countries? But those countries like the UK are already borrowing heavily. Why are they giving a loan to Hungary for pity’s sake?

Not only that…

“The US seems to be keen to push Pakistan towards the IMF” 
Sartaj Aziz, former finance minister – source

“Iceland’s central bank has raised its key interest rate to 18% from 12%… part of its agreement with the International Monetary Fund, from which it borrowed $2bn (£1.3bn).”source

People need the IMF like a hole in the head.


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