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Sunday, June 14, 2009

Floatin' Powa News Service: Going Too Farsi

The modern Iranian language,
dating from about the ninth century A.D.,
that is the national language of Iran
and is written in an Arabic alphabet;
Persian. A native speaker of Farsi.
A member of the predominant ethnic group of Iran.

Carter: I love the Palestinians so much!
Ohhhh beat me Achmed, beat me!
Former US President Jimmy Carter on Saturday was awarded the Palestinian International Award for Excellence and Creativity by the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah. During his acceptance speech, Carter gushed about how he has “been in love with the Palestinian people for many years.”
Jimmy Carter honored by PA

Carter warns US and Israel on collision course
He is so thrilled he lived to see this day.

Stop treating Gazans like 'savages:' Carter

Stop acting like savages.

Ha'aretz Interviews Jimmy Carter
President Carter: There's certainly hope, always. My discussions last night were with Hamas leaders and they expressed hope and confidence that the deadline might be met. I haven't yet met with the leaders of Fatah, which I'll be doing when I'm here. My guess is that they will also express that hope. But there are still some very difficult issues between the two. And I have more confidence now with Obama in the White House that the Egyptians are making sincere efforts to make progress.
Wild Pigs are attacking Palestinians, Palestinians Blame Jews
Palestinian Authority media outlets continue to blame Israel for problems caused by wild boars in Samaria, despite Israeli efforts to cull the animals. On Thursday, PA farmers near Ariel complained that “Israeli settlers” had engineered a wild boar attack that destroyed agricultural produce.
So, when he arrived at the other side, in the region of the Gadarenes, he ran into two demon possessed men coming from the tombs. These two were so violent and insane that no one had been able to pass that way for many years.

"So? What do you want with us, Son of God?" they shouted.
"Have you come here to torture us before the appointed time?"
They noticed that some distance from them a large herd of pigs were feeding.
So, the demons, through the men, begged Jesus,
"If you must drive us out of these men, please, send us into the herd of pigs."

So Jesus says to them, "Go!"

So go they did, out of the two men, and straight into the pigs. With that, the whole herd rushed madly down the steep bank and tumbled into the lake, dying there in the water.
Those tending the pigs ran off, went into the town and reported all this, including what had happened to the demon-possessed men.
Then the whole town went out to meet Jesus.
And when they saw him,
they pleaded with him to leave their region.
~ Mattthew 8

Israel anticipates Netanyahu response to Obama settlement pressure

Israel 'perplexed' by EU meeting with Hezbollah MP
You should not be perplexed in the least.

Syria Hopes For "Natural Relations" With US
Yah. Missionary position, them on top.

Mitchell: Syria has 'crucial' role in peace

'Moderate' new Lebanese gov't won't make peace with Israel
Glow Ball Peace Through Dead Jews!

The Cultural Genocide of Egypt's Christian Copts
The Egyptian Government, In a new step in long-term and premeditated process of obliterating Coptic identity and history, has decided to change the name of the Coptic village of Deir Abu Hennis, in the Upper Egyptian province of Mallawi, Minya. The village was founded in the 4th century AD on the grounds of the Monastery of St. Hennis the Short, a much revered Coptic Saint. The new name chosen by the Government is "Valley of Peppermint."
Landslide or Fraud? The Debate Online Over Iran's Election Results

IRAN: Rioting breaks out in north-central Tehran

Clashes erupt for 2nd day in Tehran over vote

Over 100 Iranian reformists arrested

Updates on the Iranian Uprising

Carter sees no change in US policy after Iran vote

US to Continue to Engage Iran

Iran's President Defiant Despite Protests

Goldman Sachs CEO selling Park Ave. pad

Stiglitz: Will Capitalism Survive The Wall Street Apocalypse?

Senators have stocks in bailout recipients

Dollar Depreciates on Central Bank Diversification Concern

Rebalancing Global Governance in Afterglow of G20 London

What a headline! 50 ways scary!

At Group of 8 Talks, Geithner Defends Stimulus

G8 Leaders Look For Exit Strategy As Crisis Nears Bottom
Exit, stage LEFT.
Heavens to Murgatroid.

Japan's Yosano Says It's Too Early to Implement Exit Policies

Banks Repaying TARP Still Enjoy Vast Government Debt Aid

Ore town gathers rust
Please recall the Iron Ore Gold Man predictions in yesterday's FPNS....

Need to revise compulsory quotas for Emirati workforce

Welcome to your Brave New Future, Oymeristan...
Compulsory quotas for the national labour force should be revisited as the policy is creating negative effect on companies' productivity and competitiveness, according to a survey of Arab CEOs. In the past, labour nationalisation initiatives have been supply-driven with quotas on hiring nationals being historically enforced irrespective of industry demand.
BRIC by BRIC: Leaders Summit in Russia

Mideast in Flux Israel's Foreign Minister Cozies Up to Moscow
Big mistake.

Former official killed in Russia's North Caucasus

Another one bites the dust.

SCO pays much attention to economic, financial cooperation
The SCO member states -- China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan -- adopted a program of multilateral trade and economic cooperation in 2003. Since then, cooperation in security and economic matters has been gradually established, with economic cooperation gaining an increasingly important influence. In October 2005, the SCO banks consortium was established, indicating the start of financial cooperation among the member states.
Gazprom looking for USD 10.5 billion in financing
No doubt they will find it.

Gazprom takes part in Iran-Pakistan pipeline

Turkmenistan revives science academy
We must to dazzle them with the bullshit & blind them with the Soviet science!

Drug Smugglers Revealed In Turkmenistan Media

Whole lotta Taliban Smack floatin' around The Stans these days.
"Heroin, a large sum of money, gold and brilliant ornaments, as well as cars and lorries, apartments, houses, shops including beauty saloons were revealed," TDH reported.
Belarusian President To Make Official Visit To Turkmenistan

Russia looks for joint entry to WTO with Belarus and Kazakhstan

Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan to create customs union by mid-2011

Exxonmobil Calls on Kazakhstan
The government of Kazakhstan should simplify national mechanisms to establish joint ventures in the republic to develop its oil and gas sector, said Mark Albers, senior vice president of ExxonMobil Corporation.
UAE signs pact with Uzbekistan

Nigerian Militants Claim To Blow Up Another Chevron Oil Well

Chevron confirms damage to Nigerian oil pipelines

China's Sinopec in bid for UK oil firm Addax

Report: Sinopec to acquire Addax for $8 billion

North Korea claims US could provoke nuclear war

Whither Europe in Obama's new world order

STFU! There's that phrase again!

Administration Plans to Scale Back Real ID Law

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano wants to repeal and replace the controversial, $4 billion domestic security initiative known as Real ID, which calls for placing more secure licenses in the hands of 245 million Americans by 2017. The new proposal, called Pass ID, would be cheaper, less rigorous and partly funded by federal grants, according to draft legislation that Napolitano's Senate allies plan to introduce as early as tomorrow.

The rebranding effort follows months of talks with the National Governors Association and poses political risk for Obama as well as Napolitano, a former NGA chairwoman who wants to soothe strained relations with the states without appearing to retreat on a recommendation by the 9/11 Commission.
The Confluence of Cyber Crime and Terrorism
Cyber threats we face today can be grouped into seven categories that form a spectrum of sorts. Any of these threat groups can attack an individual, a nation-state, and anything in between. They will exploit a lazy home computer user, an inefficient corporate information technology system, or a weak national infrastructure defense.
US Urges New Look at State-Secrets Case
Our Name is Called Obamanable Bushman.
Say it.
But yesterday's court filing frustrated civil libertarians who said their hopes for a significant break from the Bush era on state-secrets policy had been all but dashed.
Obama administration attempts to block CIA suit
SILENCE! Now is the time when I eat the royal waffle!

Bill Clinton speaks at ADC meeting with Radical Muslim DHS official
The Clinton speech was the centerpiece of three days of workshops on such topics as civil liberties in the wake of the 9/11 terror attacks and U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East.

At the group's Saturday luncheon, a senior official of the Department of Homeland Security pledged "to continue to work with you" to protect civil liberties while combating terrorist threats.

DHS Deputy Secretary Jane Hall Lute said Obama's Cairo speech "set the tone and the direction and the intent of this administration in turning a new page, and starting a new chapter in our relationship. One that is built on mutual respect, mutual regard, committed to listen and learn from each other."

Obama's efforts to deal with thorny issues left over from the George W. Bush administration were also praised by Kareem Shora, the executive director of ADC. Shora praised Obama for avoiding using the phrase "war on terrorism," a signature phrase in the Bush era that many Arab Americans feel fanned fears of people of Arab and Muslim descent. Shora's observation drew applause.

In light of that, please review this again: 2007: American Whores of the Caliphate & the ADC: Working towards your dhimmise through infiltration and taqiyya: Part IV
Thank you.

NY Stem Cell Board Makes Human Eggs a Commodity
Cheaper by the dozen?

Newborn Baby Boy Abandoned in Bushes in Illinois
The Romans used to "expose" their unwanted infants as well. Late term abortions.
Very late term.

36 Carlsbad Students Isolated in China
A private school in Carlsbad says 36 of its students have been isolated in China while they are tested for the swine flu virus. The ninth grade students are from the Pacific Ridge School in Carlsbad. School head Eileen Mullady said the teens were at the end of a 13-day educational tour of China when a few students developed the sniffles.
FEMA, state grateful for local churches, volunteers
Spleen Sez:
ALWAYS beware of "Churches" on the Gubbmint Cheese,
no matter how nice it all sounds, no matter how good it all seems.

FBI: Holocaust Museum suspect expected to survive

Medtronic Paid Surgeon While He Was in the Army

Navy/Raytheon working on 100kW weaponized laser

Raytheon has agreed to sell to Turkey Stinger missile launcher systems valued at $34 million
Corporate America typically hires lobbyists to pressure Congress on taxes and trade rules. But in an unusual — some say risky — move, five military contractors and an energy company have stepped into a fight over whether the U.S. should label Turkey's slaughter of a million Armenians nearly a century ago as genocide.

The six companies have strong ties to Turkey, a key strategic ally of the U.S. in Mideast peace efforts and the fight against terrorism. None would state their position on the House resolution, but industry analysts and others said they likely lobbied against the measure to show support for Turkey, an important market for weapons and industrial products.

6.3 earthquake hits Mindanao

Magnitude-3.6 quake strikes Baja California

5.4 earthquake shakes city in southern Peru

Ride Over? Six Flags Declares Bankruptcy

Pride Parade mourns loss of longtime leader

Thousands expected at today's LA Pride parade
Pride Goeth Before The Fall

400000 Expected for Pride Parade in WeHo We Ho, huh? Okeedokee then.

LA Health Officials Confirm More Porn HIV Cases

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