Archive for July, 2010



Doomsday – Good and Bad

I have a ‘passion’ for thinking about the end times.

– you may have noticed

Some might say it’s ghoulish, but that might imply I’m looking forward to it and want it to happen. It’s kind of ‘exciting’ to think about such things, probably or partly because I’ve been programmed as such by the ‘moviefication’ or ‘tellyfication’ of disasters, which always portrays disasters as opportunities for triumph, awash with heroism {of the white western variety of course}. The more sensible bit of me puts this breach of reality into check and realises that: even if I wasn’t unwittingly influenced by Hollywood depiction of the end times, the real Armageddon will be unimaginably worse.

When I was young, I grew up in the cold war. Nuclear Armageddon was never far away (probably it was never allowed to be far away) and Nuclear things fascinated me so much  that I wanted to be a ‘nuclear chemist’, even though I had probably just invented a brand new profession and didn’t actually know what a nuclear chemist would actually do! I can see very clearly that my nuclear ‘desires’ were heavily influenced by propaganda and video games, some of which lead me to believe that as a nuclear chemist in a post nuked world, I could make things not so bad – errrm somehow, that there was something one could actually do to fight and win – like bollocks you could.

MY ‘nuclear youth’ seems to have provided an early runner of Theological Armageddon but now I have more sense. I’m no psycho.

OK. lets get down to business.

I was reading a book on the Dajjal, the anti-Christ and something that had been nagging me in the background suddenly made became clear. The descriptions of the end times I had read seemed a quite unusual with regards to the modern world we live in today. They talk of people using swords, shooting arrows, horsemen, armies gathering and things unfolding as though nobody had knowledge of prophesied acts gleaned from the tens of thousands of books, oral stories, and e-media.

Why don’t nuclear weapons seem to be used? Why are conventional armies like in the time of old mentioned?

The atheists will claim because its nonsense and that the prophets of God didn’t really get divine knowledge as to these events and so naturally portrayed the end days in a very low technology society that the prophets saw in their day.

Some religious men will say it’s religious symbolism, although I think the prophets would know what a sword is and describe it correctly given that it is used as weapon, If the ‘sword’ did something other than what a normal sword does, or the swod was 100ft long, then one would have an arguement for saying the word sword was some kind of symbolism and be best word they could pick to describe something that they had never seen before.

But a possible more ‘conventional’ idea (and only Allah(SWT) knows) as to what will happen dawned upon me as to all this.

And in addition to things like swords being hung up, arrows being fired, conventional armies of old being assembled, there is no mention of the US, of South America, Of China, of Australia of most of Africa. There is no mention of aircraft, battleships. There is no mention of computers, machine guns, tanks, napalm and so forth. The descriptions are very much Middle East and Europe centered.

What explanation could account for this?

It hit me that the end-times are likely to happen in a world where there is virtually NO energy sources left. There is a description of Dajjal riding a donkey, which I would accept is symbolism for an aeroplane, but as far as I can tell, air power is all but gone from the end times and is certainly not significant at all.

A near total lack of energy would mean difficulty in travel – Hence no mention of the US, China, Australia, Russia even. Populations would be pretty much localised. The age of sail via wind power, would cause long journey times once more hence ‘isiolating’ far off lands making them very less significant in ME politics. Weapon wise, carrying a machine gun (whose whole ‘aura’ is energy expensive – including bullets!) or even muskets and rifles seem also to have felt the energy pinch. Swords however can be crafted in traditional fashion with renewable fuels such as wood.

No Nukes are mentioned so it appears that even they have fallen victim to a possible global extinction of energy. Even Dajjal’s donkey (plane) – assuming the symbolism of a donkey for a plane is correct – might be such a luxury in such a world and so its use is essentially zero – certainly there is little description of bombs/missiles (one would exptect the term flaming arrows) coming from the donkey, so it may just be a transport plane. Although the dajjal can appear to perform miracles so maybe he will have a real donkey of the unuaul description describes.

So it seems to me that in a scientifically conventional predictive way, there is a reasonalbe arguement for saying the actual physical appearace of the dajjal is quite a long way off. Oil, coal and nuclear have to be virtually extinct, or certainly unable to power any serious military hardware like a coal steam train on rails (easily sabotaged) carring cannons etc.

If all this is correct, this is ‘good’ from the point of view the end times are far, far away. But it’s bad in the sense that right now it feels like the conditions for Armageddon are already here and that at this day the world is already a terrible place to live, so I shudder in thinking how much worse it can get over the predicted ‘far away’ time for the real end of the world.

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Oh dear 7/7

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69M_GhOb8Ug 

Much stupidity on display here, e.g. 19:38 – 21:31 and especially 20:22 – 21:31 by  mental trollop Houriya Ahmad.

 

 

Once upon a Swine Flu

http://www.who.int/csr/disease/swineflu/en/index.html

Quote:

In focus: WHO responds to current critical scrutiny
In a letter to BMJ editors dated 8 June 2010, the Director-General strongly refuted allegations of conflicts of interest leveled at WHO in a recent editorial and feature published in the medical journal. “At no time, not for one second, did commercial interests enter my decision-making”, said the Director-General.

WHO Director-General’s letter to BMJ editors
8 June 2010

The international response to the influenza pandemic: WHO responds to the critics
10 June 2010

Someone getting jumpy? Expect suicides… Not quite sure from which side though. Hope those at the BMJ are vaccinated against SADS.

Swine Flu

Spanish Flu

H1N1

AH1N1

Novel H1N1

2009 H1N1

seems like the supposed virus itself isn’t the only thing liable to mutation.

 

5 years and counting.

It was pretty obvious this point would come, where, due to the high number of illogical aspects relating to the 7th July 2010 London bombings, the truth of what happened that day, would never actually get into the public domain.

52 + 4 people are said to have been killed, yet to the power structures in the UK which are supposed to act on behalf of the people, this incident (and 21 & 22 July 2005) played out to be a mere trivality, demonstrable by the point made above.

And so here it is; 7/7 happened and remains unresolved.

Even if it became a publicised psyop, like the well known historical false flags, many people would still be unaware of it, and most of them will still believe the original lie about it, but to most other people, it simply won’t matter.

7/7 joins the lost of other horrific events that COULD have mattered, but really, never mattered.

Shots in the dark 1-8/8 [HQ]

 Warm-up:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1K74Tnrrok

–warm-up ends.–

Shots in the dark is a documentary asking questions of current wisdom of vaccination policy/formulation and suspected vaccine induced injuries. In this very powerful documentary, Barbara Loe Fisher says towards the end:

“I believe that the answer lies in the good science, and we have had a lot of bad science, and we need to get down and do the good science.”

The statement does well to describe the serious and brushed-over apsect of vaccines and vaccination and I’ve give a little bit more comment on it at the end. But for now, please watch the documentary (Each part is about 10 ‘s about 80 minutes):

Shots In The Dark (1/8) [HQ]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2AgbUgKU20

Shots In The Dark (2/8) [HQ]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6ImQJA96QI

Shots In The Dark (3/8) [HQ]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGhpOXGfPgU

Shots In The Dark (4/8) [HQ]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6z5VbhaJkok

Shots In The Dark (5/8) [HQ]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZo_NiSlIJU

Shots In The Dark (6/8) [HQ]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RW8cbMCTmms

Shots In The Dark (7/8) [HQ]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9UFM47sEETI

Shots In The Dark (8/8) [HQ]
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hQ_1ZovuB_o

Other lwtc247 links re: Vaccine documentaries etc =

Lwtc247 Comment:

I believe the world is utterly corrupted.

Far too many people don’t care, don’t want to care and are too self-centered. I believe the necessity that fundamental ethics demands of us, to challenge this extraordinary decay in both physical and humanitarian civilisation, has essentially evaporated into the ether.

I am not holier than thou, and while I don’t have the very great and extra burden of responsibility that religious leaders have to fight the all these encompassing evils, relatively speaking, I think of these leaders as being much more guilty of cowardly neglect. This is made all the more stark given the number of other brave souls who refuse to act like spineless creatures but are not in a position of ‘authority’ (religous and otherwise) – see links below.

I am an optimistic pessimist:

My pessimism is seen from the fact I believe the world is decaying and is almost complete in that aspect. To me, any light at the end of the tunnel is merely a glint off the teeth from Dooms wide mouthed smile, but I am optimistic in that I gain hope from the possibility that my projections of doom are wrong.

Although I believe we are in a Stokesless freefall, that in no way gives me licence (you need to examine your own licences) to passively accept it. Absolutely not! I must resist for this is what gives life meaning. Resistance BTW includes maintenance of worship and rememberance of God as this is the key principle that under attack. Is it coincidental that the other day I witnessed a pro-Palestinian expressing a superb phrase, that bore resemblance to Descartes’ “I think therefore I am” which read “I resist, therefore I exist” – which is as every bit as profound as what Descartes said.

Me boring you, dear tiny readership (not forgetting the regular pro-Zionist governmental and Israeli spies}, is a result of me being pushed beyond yet another line in the sand having watched the ‘Shots in the Dark’ documentary above.

The documentary itself is great, as are the pro-info, pro-research, pro-choice via informed consent people who feature in it, but I feel quite bad when IMHO they cannot see what all this is pointing to. By ‘all this’ I mean the whole set-up of the global economic paradigm, vaccine industry, the research ‘establishment’ and the connected-surrounding legal and political structures. This is why I put the Barbara Loe Fisher quote at the top. The fact the vast majority of the pharmaceutical/FDA/Medical structure (and they are of course highly connected elsewhere) is so bad, it a clear sign the world is has gone ‘super critical’. People like Barbara are great for their tenacity, but still need to realise where we are headed.

Am I nuts? Am i paranoid? An I stupid? Perhaps I am all three, but so what? What does it matter? This place is going down, you better get used to it.

Extra listening/reading:

(some ordinary citizens putting the religious establishment to utter shame)
http://pulsemedia.org/2010/07/06/an-american-terrorist-in-london/
http://noliesradio.org/archives/19121 – Gilad Atzmon
http://noliesradio.org/archives/18936 – Kenneth O’Keefe

And for the religious leaders of junk-status, watch and read this you worms.

Ken O’Keefe on HARDTalk 2010 1 of 3 (LSRochon)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vt168Ugfjg8

Ken O’Keefe on HARDTalk 2010 2 of 3 (LSRochon)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDEloXMmjJM&NR

Ken O’Keefe on HARDTalk 2010 3 of 3 (LSRochon)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9seb8xHRSeQ&NR

Debunking the War on Terror!!!
http://www.gilad.co.uk/writings/debunking-the-war-on-terror.html
Posted: Saturday, July 3, 2010 at 8:02PM Gilad Atzmon
Four of the West’s Boldest Dissidents [lwtc247: and not a religious leader in sight!] Gather in London for July 14th “Debunking the War on Terror” Symposium. Read more using the link above.

 

The World Blowed Up Real Good

Hat tip to: http://www.prisonplanet.com/the-world-blowed-up-real-good.html

Business Insider
July 5, 2010

This bit of multimedia art showing nuclear explosions around the world from 1945-1998 is like something from the Farm Film Report on SCTV, with things blowing up “real good”. Incredible and unnerving, especially in years like 1958 and 1962. Watch this freightening video at the source: http://bit.ly/ck9Juo

You can see the original video by clicking the link immediately above. The closest I can get to a YouTube however is a camcorder version of it

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCtvysQh4WI

Palestinian refugees UN based analysis

A Palestinian friend sent me this…

Palestine’s refugees
Published Tuesday 22/06/2010 (updated) 25/06/2010 13:51
Palestinian refugees receive food from a United Nations distribution point in the
southern Gaza Strip city of Rafah on 21 August 2008. [MaanImages/Hatem Omar]
Madrid – IRIN – The United Nations’ humanitarian news and analysis service released a report on Palestinain refugees on Tuesday, one day after the world marked the International Day of the Refugee.
The following are facts and figures about the current and historical situation of Palestinian refugees starting in 1948.

Fast facts

The total number of displaced Palestinians worldwide is 7.1 million, including:
– 6.6 million refugees, and 427,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs)
– 67 percent of all Palestinians worldwide are refugees or IDPs
– 4,766,670 refugees registered with UNRWA
– UNRWA definition of Palestinian refugees: “People whose normal place of residence was Palestine between June 1946 and May 1948, who lost both their homes and means of livelihood as a result of the 1948 Arab-Israeli conflict.” As a rule, those displaced after 1948 do not qualify for UNRWA assistance
– More than one million refugees whose displacement dates back to 1947-1948 are not registered with UNRWA
– 340,016 Palestinians are registered with UNHCR

Timeline

– 29 November 1947: By approving Resolution 181, the UN General Assembly adopted a plan to partition the 1923-48 British Mandate of Palestine.
– November 1947-July 1949: War in the British Mandate of Palestine led to the flight of over 720,000 Palestinians, according to the UN. Non-UN estimates for the number of refugees displaced in 1948 range from 400,000 to almost one million.
– 9 April 1948: The Deir Yassin massacre just outside Jerusalem in which over 100 Palestinians were killed, shocked civilian Palestinian populations throughout the British Mandate of Palestine
– 11 December 1948: By issuing Resolution 194, the UN General Assembly recognized the Palestinian refugees’ right to return to their homes. To date, this resolution has not been implemented.
– 14 May 1948 – July 1949: Hours after British withdrawal from the British Mandate of Palestine on 14 May 1948, the state of Israel was declared on 78 percent of that territory. Following the Arab rejection of the UN Partition Plan to divide Palestine between Jews and Arabs, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt and Iraq invaded Israel.
– July 1949: Israel reached armistice agreements with Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt.
– 1 May 1950: UNRWA began its field operations.
– 5-10 June 1967: War broke out between Israel and Egypt, Syria and Jordan. As a result of the conflict, an additional 100,000-300,000 Palestinians became displaced.
– 1967-present day: Estimates vary greatly on the annual rate of new displacements, but Palestinian sources cite up to 20,000 newly displaced persons per year.

Reasons for new displacement include Israel’s construction of a separation barrier in the West Bank and Jerusalem, the construction of illegal Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank, the revocation of residency rights and house demolitions.

Country by country: Where do the Palestinians live

The overwhelming majority of Palestinians live in the Middle East. UNRWA operates in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and the occupied Palestinian territory. There are also sizeable numbers of refugees living in Iraq, Egypt and outside the Middle East.

Jordan
– Around 1.9 Palestinian refugees are registered with UNRWA
– Unlike any other host country, Jordan granted Palestinian refugees full citizenship rights, except for 120,000 people who originally came from the Gaza Strip
– There are 10 official and three unofficial refugee camps in Jordan
Click here for more information on UNRWA’s operations in Jordan

Lebanon
– Around 425,000 Palestinian refugees are registered with UNRWA
– There are 12 official refugee camps
– Given their condition as stateless, Palestinians in Lebanon are denied many basic rights basic rights. For instance, they are barred from around 20 professions and have no access to public social services. Even access to health and educational services is limited, often rendering registered refugees heavily dependent on UNRWA.
– Around 3,000 Palestinians in Lebanon are not registered with UNRWA and have no other form of identity documents. They are barred from practically every form of assistance, and survive thanks to NGOs.
Click here for more information on UNRWA’s operations in Lebanon.

Syria
Around 427,000 Palestinian refugees are registered with UNRWA.
There are nine official and three unofficial camps.
Palestinians enjoy the same rights as the Syrian population, barring citizenship rights.
Click here here for more information on UNRWA’s operations in Syria.

Gaza
– An estimated 1.1 million Palestinians out of Gaza’s 1.5 million population are UNRWA-registered refugees.
– There are eight UNRWA-administered camps in the Gaza Strip.
– As a result of Israel’s occupation since 1967 and an ongoing blockade on the Gaza Strip, the population suffers severe economic problems.
UNRWA’s activities in the Gaza Strip have been severely restricted by the blockade.
– Military conflict, including Israel’s 23-day military offensive starting 27 December 2008, has led to the frequent destruction of homes and other infrastructure in Gaza, much of which has not been rebuilt because of the blockade.
Click here for more information on UNRWA’s operations in Gaza.

West Bank
– 779,000 Palestinians are registered with UNRWA.
– There are 19 overcrowded and poorly serviced camps.
– The ongoing occupation and military checkpoints and closures implemented by the Israeli army put a huge strain on the West Bank economy.
Click here for more information on UNRWA’s operations in the West Bank.

Israel
– Palestinians whose forbears were displaced in 1948 but remained within the borders of what is now Israel are estimated to number 335,204.
– They have the right to Israeli citizenship but are denied the right to return to their home towns or villages.

Egypt
– Palestinians fled to Egypt during the 1948, 1956 and 1967 wars.
– It is estimated that there are up to 50,000 Palestinians in Egypt.
– However, they do not have permanent residency rights, nor can they register as refugees.
– There is no UNRWA presence in Egypt.

Iraq
– Up until May 2006, UNHCR estimated that 34,000 Palestinians lived in Iraq. Today, only 11,544 UNHCR-registered Palestinian refugees remain.
– Palestinians have been targeted and scores have been killed by militant groups since the 2003 US-led invasion of Iraq. As such, many Palestinians who were living in Iraq have suffered forced displacement twice: once from their original homes, and then from their host country.
– Most fleeing Palestinians have sought refuge in neighboring Syria and Jordan.

UNRWA versus UNHCR

Such is the scale and uniqueness of the Palestinian refugee problem that the UN has one agency for Palestinian refugees alone and another for all other refugees across the world.

After the 1948 Arab-Israeli conflict, the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) was established by the UN General Assembly on 8 December 1949 “to carry out direct relief and works programmes for Palestine refugees.”

UNRWA began operations on 1 May 1950 and because no solution to the Palestine refugee problem has been forthcoming, the General Assembly has repeatedly renewed UNRWA’s mandate, most recently extending it until 30 June 2011.

The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) was established on 14 December 1950 to help Europeans displaced by World War II. It is mandated to “to lead and co-ordinate international action to protect refugees and resolve refugee problems worldwide.”

The BADIL Resource Centre for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights describes the situation of Palestinian refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs) as “the largest and longest-standing case of displaced persons in the world today.”

Source: http://www.maannews.net/eng/ViewDetails.aspx?ID=293757

 


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