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Saturday, April 4, 2009

Floatin' Powa News Service: Fifteen Jugglers & Five Believers...

The Prophet Zimmy
Obviously Five Believers
Fifteen jugglers
Five believers
All dressed like men
Tell yo' mama not to worry cause
They're just my friends.
US officials are considering whether to accept Iran’s pursuit of uranium enrichment, which has been outlawed by the United Nations and remains at the heart of fears that Iran is seeking nuclear weapons capability.

As part of a policy review commissioned by President Barack Obama, diplomats are discussing whether the US will eventually have to accept Iran’s insistence on carrying out the process, which can produce both nuclear fuel and weapons- grade material.

A high-level Iranian official said that Iran will not dialogue with the United States until Iran has a nuclear bomb:

Remarks by the secretary general of Iranian Hezbollah were reported in Berlin from a March 26 symposium on "Iran, Hamas and Hezbollah: Anti-Semitism and Holocaust Denial."

Ayatollah Mohammad Baqer Kharrazi reportedly told the Iranian state news agency Shabestan that Iran "will arrange contacts to America as soon as we build our own bomb."

"If one is not allowed to build an atom bomb, then no contacts are allowed. And if there are to be contacts, then it will be necessary to build the atom bomb," Kharrazi said, according to a translation from the original Farsi, reported by Wahied Wahdat-Hagh, a senior research fellow at the European Foundation for Democracy.

Left-wing groups calling on Obama to attend Durban II:

The group of 40 progressive organizations and more than 90 individual activists said in a letter delivered Friday to the White House that a boycott of the United Nations-sponsored conference "would be inconsistent with your policy of engagement with the international community," noting that "given the brutal history of slavery and Jim Crow in the United States, your Administration has much to contribute to that discussion." Signers include the Center for Constitutional Rights, the National Lawyers Guild and Ramsey Clark's radical and anti-Israel International Action Center.

Russia's Medvedev hails 'Comrade' Obama

Erdogan Auditions as Obama Broker With Mideast Ties

Palestinian Woman fires on police station in Israel

Hamas says it recruited double intelligence agents with Israel

Palestinian Authority forbids selling land to Jews

Israel FM: 'If You Want Peace, Prepare for War'

Police quiz new Israeli foreign minister

Lieberman is suspected of using a Cypriot bank account registered under the name of his daughter to launder funds, authorities said.

NYPD sees threat in Israel-Iran tensions

UN names South African to lead Israel-Gaza probe

Pakistan wants $50 billion in Jizya

Protests and Political Tensions Mar NATO Meeting

NATO leaders name new secretary-general

Berlusconi call puts NATO on hold

Iran, Russia, Georgia 'Threaten Internet Freedom'

Iran, Saudi Arabia and Sudan lead U.S. list of countries that severely violate religious freedoms
Yet they are all "partners for peace"...
Joining the "Countries of Particular Concern" cited by the State Department are Burma, Eritrea, North Korea, the People's Republic of China and Uzbekistan.
Cuba Ready to Welcome Back US Oil Companies If Embargo Ends

Who Wanted To Kill Sulim Yamadayev and Why?

Russian TV says US spying at Kyrgyzstan air base

Kazakh Monument To Soviet Repression Demolished

Prominent Rights Activist Savagely Beaten In Moscow

Moscow Regional Journalist Dies Mysteriously

Belarusian Activist Detained Over Pro-Europe Leaflets

Europe's New 'Pragmatism' On Belarus

EU Parliament Postpones Vote On Turkmen Treaty

Tajikistan's New Religion Law

Athens appeals court acquits a well-known Greek neo-Nazi of Holocaust denial

The five-member court on Friday found Kostas Plevris not guilty of "incitement to racial hatred and violence against the Jews" over his 1,400-page book "Jews -- The Whole Truth," which denies the Holocaust and is blatantly anti-Semitic.

Nazi camp guard wins right to stay in USA

Nazi death camp guard accused of helping to kill some 29,000 Jews during World War II has won the right to remain in the United States for now, an immigration judge has ruled.

A Virginia judge said late Friday that John Demjanjuk, 89, who faces expulsion to Germany on war crimes charges, can remain at his Ohio home while the case is further examined.Demjanjuk's defense team has argued his imminent expulsion to Germany and near-certain arrest on arrival would constitute torture given his age.

Financial Crisis Fueling The Ressurection of Euro-Fascism:

In early March, a captain of the far-right Magyar Garda, or Hungarian Guard, addressed his followers about the worsening worldwide financial crisis that had brought Hungary to the brink of bankruptcy. “Jews run the world,” Draskovics Andras said in remarks that were recorded by a camera crew from Hungarian state TV. Jews “need only 2 billion people for their tricks, and the rest of the mankind will be executed,” he said, according to a Hungarian news Web site,
Brazil oil strike could prove menacing

North Korea: 'Satellite will be launched soon'

Economy Slumps, but It's a Bull Market for Protesters

Activists protest bailouts near Wall Street

Members of worker rights, healthcare and anti-war groups gathered...

Oh. Ya mean Commies. Manufactured Populist Anger Akbar!

Fannie, Freddie Plan to Pay $210 Million in Bonuses

Text of Bernanke’s speech at the Fed Reserve Bank of Richmond 2009 Credit Markets Symposium
With conventional monetary policy having reached its limit, any further policy stimulus requires a different set of tools. The Federal Reserve has been a global leader in developing such tools.
The Political Risk of Toxic Assets

Financial Industry Paid Millions to Obama Aide

U.S., Chinese Leaders Pledge Closer Ties 'At All Levels'

Obama and Hu, a US-China Luvfest

Obama & His 500 Traveling Companions

Senators Propose Federal 'Cyber Czar'

Bipartisan Exigency!
Sen. John Rockefeller (D) introduced the legislation with Sen. Olympia Snowe, a Maine Republican.
Intelligence chief replaces inspector general
Any guesses on how long it will take till political assassinations begin to become "normal" here?
The Director of National Intelligence is replacing the agency's inspector general just days after the public release of a blistering report critical of the DNI's office.

DNI head Dennis Blair announced Friday Justice Department official Roslyn Mazer will replace Inspector General Edward McGuire as the DNI's internal watchdog. The inspector general's role is to examine the operations of the office and investigate any allegations of waste, fraud or misconduct.

Earlier this week, Maguire testified before Congress about his report on the state of the DNI's office, outlining rampant communication problems, continuing turf battles within the intelligence community and financial mismanagement.

Report Outlines Weaknesses at Intelligence Agencies

The Colossal Failure of The Office of The Director of National Intelligence
Centralized intelligence production simply does not work and, in fact, increases the opportunities for politicized intelligence. When CIA director William Casey wanted to politicize intelligence for President Ronald Reagan in the 1980s, he appointed Robert Gates to the key positions of deputy director of intelligence and chairman of the National Intelligence Council.
Gates Planning Major Changes In Programs, Defense Budget

FBI Fact Sheet: Efforts to Combat Mexican Drug Cartels

Times threatens to shut down Boston Globe

Coast Guard to move oil from near Alaska volcano

Largest Hawaiian island expands into ocean as lava forms new land

6.4 in the Philippines

6.1 & 6.5 in Indonesia

6.5 in North Sulawesi & 5.1 in West Papua

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