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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Floatin' Powa News Service: Porkulater, Purple Proles!

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Two items in the "Egypt can be redeemed but Babylon must be destroyed" department:
Mubarak: Hamas to blame for spilled Arab blood

Muslim UN Nuke Chief named Mo ElBaradei has ‘No comment’ on Israel as Jewish state
Carter blames Israel for Gaza bloodshed

UN backs off claim Israel struck Gaza school

UN Says Hamas Seized Aid Meant for Needy Civilians


So Special Mitchell wants Jerusalem office

It was not immediately clear if Mitchell wants his satellite office to be located at the U.S. Consulate in Jerusalem or elsewhere in the city, but the officials said the envoy wants his in-country staff to work with American diplomats already based there. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because Mitchell's request is not public.
It is now!


More Glow Ballin' Khatami the Reformer bullshit

Pentagon: Iran's Domestic Satellite Launch Is Grave Cause for Concern

Iran rejects entry visas for US women's badminton team
I didn't even know we had a freakin' badminton team

Whatta loada crap this is. We have been talking to Syria since 2006, it is exactly the Baker Plan, capitulate to Iran via Syria. We have followed it to the letter beginning immediately after GWB publicly "rejected" it.

Muslim UN Nuke chief Mo Elbaradei: Israel violated international law in Syria

Iranian FM Sez: Iran will not hold talks with US in Munich

Which means naturally that they will. Mottaki has been talking to us for years now.

Fethullah Gülen Group Is Turkey’s Third Power

Namibia Sez: We will sell Iran all the uranium we damn well please:

Namibia will not heed calls by individual countries on supplying uranium to Iran.

Prime Minister Nahas Angula says Namibia's position on uranium supply is guided by international agreements, which it has to honour, and is not shaped by calls from individual nations. A number of countries - including the United States, Britain, Germany and France - believe that Iran is running out of raw uranium, and have started with intensive diplomatic campaigns to dissuade major uranium producers, including Namibia, from selling to Iran. They accuse the Middle Eastern nation of trying to acquire nuclear weapons under the pretext of a civilian nuclear energy programme, which Iran has denied repeatedly. It maintains it only wants nuclear power to generate electricity.

Angula yesterday told The Namibian that "unless an international agreement, such as with the United Nations Security Council, calls for countries not to supply to Iran, the Namibian Government treats Iran as any other country".
Islamic MFers assassinate prominent Somali journalist
A prominent Somali journalist was shot and killed by suspected Islamist gunmen in broad daylight on Wednesday, as one of his colleagues watched in horror. Journalist Said Tahlil Ahmed was killed by gunmen in Somalia, according to a colleague who was with him.

"First, they shot him in the back and then one of the armed men came over him and fired more shots into his head to finish him off," he said. "One of the gunmen was shouting, 'Kill the other one,' which they meant another one of us."

The journalist did not want his name released for security reasons.
The OIC Propaganda Project
A (OIC) pilot ministerial committee will devise the programme in the languages best understood by the international community, so as to address the "incomplete picture" given of Islam and ensure that its "noble message" is heard. Senior officials created a special fund to which member states, institutions, and private individuals can contribute.
Islam is Peace! Ignorance is Strength! Work Makes Free!

Albanians Push For Kosovo to Join OIC
Albania's Muslim community has started a petition drive to appeal to all 57 members of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, OIC, to recognize Kosovo’s independence.
OPEC ready to cut more oil to defend price

Pakistani militants cut off key NATO supply line to Afghanistan

Iran to Hold Art Exhibition in Turkmenistan

Afghani delegation visits Turkmenistan

Turkmenistan-Russia Pipeline Will Be Competition to Nabucco
Ya don't say!

Russia offers allies aid as US base ordered shut
Kyrgyzstan's President announced his country would shut the United States Manas military airbase near the capital Bishkek that provides what the Pentagon says is a "hugely important" logistical support for its operations in Afghanistan.
Dig this shit: Arms control to start US-Russia thaw


1. U.S. acceptance of coexistence as the only alternative to atomic war.

2. U.S. willingness to capitulate in preference to engaging in atomic war.

3. Develop the illusion that total disarmament [by] the United States would be a demonstration of moral strength.

Obama, Pentagon pull in different directions on no nukes goal

US Air Force fails new nuclear reviews

IBM Tapped For 20-Petaflop Government Supercomputer
Called Sequoia, the massive system is expected to deliver 20 petaflops of computing power to the National Nuclear Security Administration, part of the Department of Energy. Sequoia will be used to simulate testing of the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile.
Russia and Belarus in defence pact

BTW Belarus is considered to be the most brutal dictatorship in Europe today

Tajik leader to visit Russia

Gazprom Derivatives Most Traded

Gazprom to Offer Puts on Bonds
Gazprom will offer put options for the first time on 15 billion rubles ($414 million) of bonds, giving investors the right to demand repayment before the notes come due.
WTF does that mean, Babba?
What Does Put Bond Mean?
A bond that allows the holder to force the issuer to repurchase the security at specified dates before maturity. The repurchase price is set at the time of issue, and is usually par value.
Huh? Porkulater!

BP Loses Out In Russia

Gazprom Neft completes the acquisition of 51% of NIS (SERBIA) shares

Siemens & Gazprom Form Nuclear Partnership

Now Playing at the World Socialist Website:
The Russia-Ukraine gas conflict and the geopolitical struggle for control of energy resources
Regardless of how events develop, the essential dependence of Europe on the supply provided by Russian energy systems will continue. This adds greater acuteness to the gas conflict between Russia and Ukraine, which is far from resolved. The readiness of today's ruling elites to make entire countries hostages of their drive for profit and geopolitical influence inevitably will provoke the outbreak of new conflicts. The main burden of these conflicts will fall on tens and hundreds of millions of ordinary people.
They got that right.

Chubais: Russia Risks Privatization Reversal
Ya think? And what does America risk?

Russia looking to take part ownership of the world's largest Aluminum supplier
Russian mining billionaire Oleg Deripaska said the Russian government is considering taking some kind of minority stake in UC Rusal, the world's biggest aluminum company, as the firm tries to pare down its bloated debt.


As the world's and Russia's economies tumbled last year, Rusal was forced to turn to the Kremlin for a $4.5 billion loan to refinance debt the company had taken on to buy a 25% stake in OAO Norilsk Nickel, one of Russia's biggest companies, in a move that was aimed at expanding Mr. Deripaska's business empire.


Last month, President Dmitry Medvedev, other senior officials and metals tycoons including Mr. Deripaska, Vladimir Potanin, a key owner of Norilsk Nickel, and Alisher Usmanov of iron-ore giant OAO Metalloinvest met to discuss a plan to merge some of Russia's big metals companies.

All three of the businessmen owe billions of dollars to state-controlled banks.

Davos Glow Ball Dreams Face Protectionist Schisms

Porkulater! 900 Billion and Threats of American Nabka
President Barack Obama says the recession will turn into a "catastrophe" if the economic stimulus is not passed quickly.
What is very bad for the masses is very good for us
~ Glorious Comrade Lenin

IMF SEZ: Financial failure in US and Europe opens the door for India

Lawmakers Criticize Role of SEC in Madoff Scheme


Speaking of snakes:
Largest prehistoric snake slithers into record books

Google Execs Face Trial In Italy
In what Google says is an attack on a free and open Internet, four of its executives went on trial Tuesday in Italy for defamation over a video shown on its site in that country. If convicted, the executives face a maximum penalty of three years in jail.

The case was brought against David Drummond, Google's senior vice president and chief legal officer; George Reyes, its former chief financial officer; and Peter Fleischer, Google's global privacy counsel; and a fourth defendant not yet identified, according to Reuters. The prosecutor, Francesco Cajani, ordered the defendants to appear in a Milan court today to face charges of defamation and failure to exercise control over personal data, stemming from an offensive video uploaded to Google's site in September 2006.

That cell phone video shows four male high school students in a school in the Italian city of Turin harassing a 17-year-old boy with Down syndrome. It was uploaded to Google Video in September 2006. It was among 200,000 videos uploaded to the site daily, according to Google.

Great China earthquake may have been man-made

Recent Yellowstone Quake Swarm Second Most Intense on Record

Ringling Bros. faces allegations of elephant abuse

Porky Pig Starring In:
Ali Baba Bound

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