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Monday, March 9, 2009

Floatin' Powa News Service: The Obamanable Bushmen Cometh

Screamin' Jay Hawkins
Feast of the Mau Mau's

Obama: I'm just doing what Bush did
Their headline, Pleebles, not mine!
After the interview, which took place as the president was flying home from Ohio, he called reporters from the Oval Office to assert that his actions have been “entirely consistent with free-market principles” and to point out that large-scale government intervention in the markets and expansion of social welfare programs began under President George W. Bush.

World Bank offers dire forecast for world economy
"This global crisis needs a global solution and preventing an economic catastrophe in developing countries is important for global efforts to overcome this crisis," said Robert Zoellick, the World Bank president. "We need investments in safety nets, infrastructure, and small and medium-size companies to create jobs and to avoid social and political unrest."

U.S. to Push for "Global Stimulus"

The U.S. will press world leaders to boost emergency government spending to lift the global economy, risking a rift with European nations more concerned with revamping financial regulation.
Back in August their little pow wow fell apart if you remember:
Kommie Koom Bah Moolah Meet Up Fall Down Go Boom
"After seven years of effort, international negotiations aimed at liberalizing global trade have collapsed in Geneva, with industrialized nations and developing countries blaming each other for the failure.

"This meeting has collapsed," Pascal Lamy, director-general of the World Trade Organization (WTO), said late on July 29. WTO "members have simply not been able to bridge their differences."

Since 2001, when the WTO launched its so-called Doha round of negotiations -- and until last night -- hope had prevailed that the organization's 153 members could strike a grand bargain on world trade."
And directly after that, the shit hit the fan.

Obama: US is losing war in Afghanistan

How he learned to stop worrying and love The Obamanable:
Sen. Joe Lieberman now sings Obama's praises
"He's shown real leadership," Lieberman told The Associated Press in an interview. "Bottom line: I think Barack Obama, president of the United States, is off to a very good start."

The Connecticut independent, who faces re-election in 2012 in a state where Obama is popular, is eager to mend fences with Democrats still fuming over his criticism of Obama during the general election campaign.

Lieberman has applauded Obama's national security team. He gushed over Obama's "inspirational and unifying" inaugural. Lieberman even played a key role helping Obama win Senate passage of the economic stimulus plan.

He GUSHED. Ucccchhhh! Another one bites the dust.

Northern Irish Terrorists May Escalate Campaign After Killings
Special Envoy Mitchell got some splainin' to do,nu?
After choosing to leave the Senate the following year, he became an envoy tasked with tackling sectarian violence in Northern Island. As chairman of the peace negotiations, he helped broker negotiations that culminated in the historic Good Friday agreement. In 1998, Mitchell earned an honorary knighthood for his role in fostering the peace.
Turabi, influential Sudanese Islamist, freed from prison
Sudan released opposition leader and Islamist ideologue Hassan al-Turabi from prison at dawn Monday, citing the 76-year-old’s fragile health, according to the Associated Press. He had been held for seven weeks without charge, his family says.

Mr. Turabi – whom the Monitor interviewed in 2007 – was arrested on Jan. 14 and sent to a prison in the eastern city of Port Sudan after telling reporters that Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir should surrender to the International Criminal Court (ICC), rather than risk causing instability should he be indicted on war-crimes charges.

Mondo Abu Dhabic Raytheonic Convergence
Abu Dhabi Ship Building (ADSB) and Raytheon, the US defence contractor, are in talks to set up a joint venture to maintain and recertify Raytheon’s naval missiles in the Gulf.
Perspectives of Gülen movement discussed at Louisiana conference
A two-day international conference held at Louisiana State University (LSU) beginning March 6 focused on various perspectives in Islam and the movement of Fethullah Gülen, a Turkish Islamic scholar, that provide solutions to major challenges of the globalized world.

Bill Clinton:
Fethullah Gulen's Contribution to the World

Hillary Clinton's Ramadan Message
for the Turkish Cultural Center Dinner, 2008

Over-the-top vilification anti-Israel rhetoric is a hallmark of a large swathe of the Swedish political establishment.

UK: Iranian Communist Rally a Smashing Success!
Worker-Communist Party of Iran’s stages successful Anti-Christ rally in London!

If you read about an “Anti-Sharia” March in London today, and thought, “Great! Finally something is being done to end the madness in Britain!”, think again.
Maryam Namazie — Secretary of the International Relations Committee of theWorker-Communist Party of Iran Politiburo member, and organizer of this rally — wants all religion and all nations abolished under a Communist-led One World Government.
She also, in accordance with the Communist Manifesto, wants an end to normal families, the promotion of queerness in all schools, etc. etc. etc.
Iran test-fires new missile

Israeli Intel Says Iran Capable of Producing Nuclear Bomb

Iran Asks Interpol to Arrest 25 Israelis

Iranian FM Hails Progressive Trend of ECO, OIC, NAM

US considering letting Poland twist in the wind.
Again :
Polish president: Missile defense should go ahead

Russia successfully launches another satellite

Hopes Bleak for Turkmen, Uzbek Human Rights

North Korea Warns of War as US, S Korean Drills Begin

Oil rises to near $46 as investors eye OPEC cuts

Chevron aims to unlock huge Mid-East reserves

Exxon aims for big role in Iraq's oil sector

Warren Buffett: The Economy Has ‘Fallen Off a Cliff’

Oversight of Bank Bailouts Criticized
A report by a House oversight panel, which was described to The Washington Post in advance of its release this week, raises questions about a $8 billion financing deal for Dubai by Citigroup (recipient of at least $45 billion in bailout funds); a $1 billion investment in India by J.P. Morgan (which got $25 billion from the government rescue); and a $7 billion investment in China by Bank of America (which got $45 billion from the bailout).


The report also raises questions about Goldman Sachs's $2 billion repurchase of its own stock in December, which caused the share value to increase almost 20 percent.
Jim Rogers Says Fed to Buy Treasuries, Delaying Rout

Geithner, With Few Aides, Is Scrambling

AIG Told US Failure Would Cripple World’s Banks, Money Funds

Raytheon’s new super-sensor can scan whole hemisphere from space

Wikipedia scrubs Obama eligibility
Mention of citizenship issues deleted in minutes, 'offending' users banned

Czech leader joins meeting of climate change deniers

"Climate Change Deniers!" LOL! Soon to become a psychiatric disorder.

The son of Chas Freeman, President Obama's pick for National Intelligence Council chairman, has a message for his father's detractors: I want to punch you in the nose.
"They are low-lives," Charles Freeman writes of his dad's critics. "And if you're among them and by chance read this: I still want to punch you in the face. You'd deserve it, you schmucks."

More to the point, the younger Freeman says "the attack by groups interested in issues about which he's been impolitic in the past doesn't particularly surprise him (or me). My Dad has been vocal on the dangers of established maxims about blind faith (in Israel) and blind antagonism (with China). That will get you in trouble quick, and it has, if you have any political sensibility. The problem with -- and the great virtue of -- my Dad is that he has no political sensibility at all."

Media CEO creates London bus signs affirming God

Victims Of Socialism

Deadly Rationing: The gatekeeper for Great Britain's national health care system is denying cancer patients drugs that would extend their lives. Why? Because the medication is considered too expensive.
Merck $41.1 Billion Schering-Plough Bid Seeks Science

Volcanic smog shutting down some Hawaii farmers

5.3 off Guatemala's coast

Ceremonial Dance of the Bushmen

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