United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has again publicly admitted that the agenda behind the Copenhagen summit and the climate change fraud is the imposition of a global government and the end of national sovereignty. Speaking about the agenda to impose targets on CO2 emissions, as well as a global tax on financial transactions and a direct tax on GDP, Ban Ki-moon told the Los Angeles Times in an interview, “We will establish a global governance structure to monitor and manage the implementation of this.”
The recent arrest warrant issued in London for former Israeli Foreign Minister Tzipi Livni is more than justified. This woman, along with two other Israeli leaders, Ehud Olmert and Ehud Barak, stood at the helm of the Israeli government that ordered, supervised and charted the genocidal onslaught against the Gaza Strip this time last year. She was a chief participant in the decision-making process who also supervised the progress of the hideous massacre from the beginning to the end. Needless to say, the decisions taken by Livni, and other suspected Israeli war criminals, did lead to the murder of more than 1440 people, including hundreds of innocent children whose lives were terminated by indiscriminate bombings from air, land and sea. This is in addition to the pornographic destruction of a huge part of Gaza’s civilian infrastructure, including tens of thousands of homes, mosques, and public buildings of every kind. The monstrous, satanic and evil lady knew perfectly what she was doing.
Britain is reviewing procedures for issuing arrest warrants in war crimes cases after a diplomatic row with Israel over allegations against its former foreign minister. David Miliband, the foreign secretary, said tonight the government was "looking urgently" at ways the legal system might be changed following action against Tzipi Livni, Israel's opposition leader, over her role in the Gaza massacres. Livni said today: "I have no problem with the world wanting to judge Israel. A problem arises the moment [Israeli Defence Forces] soldiers are compared to terrorists." Haaretz: Britain apologizes to Livni over arrest warrant. AP: British premier says Livni welcome. Redress: Britain’s Foreign Office wimps surrender to Israeli thugs.
The White House condemns the torching of a mosque, yet respectable Americans contribute to a yeshiva whose rabbi said it's okay to kill gentile babies. It is no surprise that the American administration tacitly, if unenthusiastically, accepted the excuse that the map of national priority zones the cabinet approved on Sunday does not violate the decision to freeze construction in the settlements.
Officials Press Reporters Not to Cover 'Blackout' of Coverage. The Chilcot Inquiry, Britain’s long sought public inquiry into the start of the Iraq War, has had its share of interesting testimony, but today the testimony got a little too interesting when Sir Jeremy Greenstock took the stand. The Guardian: Blair sold Iraq on WMD, but only regime change adds up: The PM seems to have deployed arguments as they suited him. Our weapons inspections were telling another story. First Post: War crime case against Tony Blair now rock-solid.
I have to agree with Arianna Huffington (unfortunately!) that Obama’s war-apologists sound exactly like the Bush crowd, although Sestak’s scare-mongering is just a bit more imaginative: "If Pakistan collapses, we will face an unthinkable situation: a nuclear-armed failed state overrun by the most powerful and most radical jihadist groups in the world. Al Qaeda may organize elsewhere, but there is nowhere on the face of the planet more advantageous to it and more dangerous for the world than where it is right now."
David Headley, alleged CIA agent, may be the key to the Mumbai bombings of 2008. In the Indian parliament, Brinda Karat, leader of the CPI(M) party, has stated, quoting reports, that the American David Headley worked for the CIA, and that the US government helped him make frequent trips to Pakistan.
Activists tag Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior with “Propaganda Warrior” banner; Arctic Sunrise hit with “Ship of Lies” banner earlier in the day. Earlier in the day the activists daringly boarded Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise with neither stealth nor force, but by baffling the crew with doughnuts, and unfurled a banner that read “Ship of Lies” off the starboard side. “Greenpeace has been using these kinds of tactics for decades, and now they can find out what it’s like to have a little taste of their own medicine, “ said CFACT executive director Craig Rucker who masterminded the operation.
This film by the documentary-maker Martin Durkin presents the arguments of scientists and commentators who don't believe that CO2 produced by human activity is the main cause of climate change. It's all to scare the shit out of us folks! The Illuminati set this up to make us, the people of the world, the problem. Don't believe it! Resist the New World Order!!!! AWIP: Copenhagen climate change conference. Daily Telegraph: Climategate goes SERIAL: now the Russians confirm that UK climate scientists manipulated data to exaggerate global warming.
A number of inmates from the Guantanamo Bay military prison in Cuba are set to be transferred to a jail in the US state of Illinois. The prison is expected to hold up to 100 Guantanamo inmates as well as other federal prisoners. AntiWar: Welcome to Gitmo, Illinois. + US: Guantanamo Prisoners Not ‘Persons’.
The White House has agreed to restore 94 days worth of e-mails that vanished during the Bush administration, a liberal watchdog group announced today. Under a settlement announced Dec. 14, the Obama administration said it will rescue the missing e-mails from backup files, then send them to the National Archives and Records Administration for storage. It will also produce several boxes of documents relating to failures in the White House e-mail system and the Bush administration’s response to those problems.
Liberal anger at Sen. Joe Lieberman spread across Capitol Hill on Tuesday, with a House Democrat from Connecticut calling for his recall and Lieberman himself acknowledging the angst he has caused. “No individual should hold health care hostage, including Joe Lieberman, and I’ll say it flat out, I think he ought to be recalled,” Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-Conn.), said. HillBilly Report: The Health Care Debate Has Exposed America's Real Agenda. HuffPo: Joe Lieberman's Health Care Memo Leaked To Press: "The people who matter already have health care."
The Obama administration has picked the worst possible case for its first torture trial. For close to a year now, the Obama administration has been playing judicial Whac-a-Mole over accountability for Bush administration torture policies. Each time an opportunity arises to assess the legality of Bush-era torture, the Obama administration shuts it down. When another case pops up, the administration slaps it down. This all started last February when the Justice Department invoked the alarming "states secrets" privilege in an effort to shut down an ACLU lawsuit against Boeing subsidiary Jeppesen DataPlan Inc. for its role in Bush's "extraordinary rendition" program.
China has banned individuals from registering internet domain names and launched a review of millions of existing personal websites in the toughest government censorship drive so far on the internet. Internet service providers said they had started to review their client base for potentially fraudulent or “harmful” individually owned sites. The term “harmful” is often used by the government as a catch-all that covers everything from pornography to anti-state activity.
Andy Rennison, the Forensic Science Regulator, is to be given the job of overseeing Britain’s CCTV network and implementing a national CCTV strategy. About bloody time, though why we are spied on by so many of the hideous things when the Home Office’s own studies say they are virtually useless for cutting any crime other than in car parks is a mystery.
Private contractors will make up at least half of the total military workforce in Afghanistan going forward, according to Defense Department officials cited in a new congressional study. As President Obama's escalation of the war in Afghanistan unfolds, the number of contractors will likely jump by between 16,000 and 56,000, adding up to a total of 120,000-160,000, according to an updated study from the Congressional Research Service.
Deal made to recover bailout Firms exempted from rule when U.S. sells its stake. The federal government quietly agreed to forgo billions of dollars in potential tax payments from Citigroup as part of the deal announced this week to wean the company from the massive taxpayer bailout that helped it survive the financial crisis.
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