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Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Floatin' Powa News Service: A Veritable Orgasmatron For Glow Ballers!

Dimmah Does Gaza
Why? Because he is thug hugging Jew hating pervert, that's why. IMO what Dimmah really lusts for in his petrified raisin of a heart is a violent rape and a damn good beating from a pack of masked Hamassholes. Unfortunately the Israeli people will have to receive that in his stead.

Carter Meets Lebanese American University's President in Beirut
The Carter Center launched its election observation mission to Lebanon in early February 2009, and after receiving accreditation from Lebanon's Ministry of the Interior and Municipalities in March, dispatched six long-term observers to monitor the electoral process leading to parliamentary elections in all 26 electoral districts.
Syria Claims Vote Fraud In Lebanon
Not possible, because honest "Christian" Dimmah was on the job, monitoring the elections.

Obama wants Livni in Netanyahu Govt.
And Condi wants her in her bed!
BTW, not fah nuttin' but... WTF business is it of The Seizer's to tell BiBi what to who when where?

Bibi Rejects Obama's 'UN Flag at Kotel'; Star of David to Remain
Go daddy GO!

Dore Gold: U.S. Policy on Israeli Settlements

Mitchell pushes US Mid-East peace agenda

Yes he does.

IDF vs Jihadholes; 10 Tangos Down

PASTORIUS: The Mufti, Arafat, and the meaning of Arafat's name

Be sure to thwart an Israeli Design today, Ummaholes, or Allah will roast your infidel stomachs in hell!
Arab parliamentarians have been urged to take up the issue of Jerusalem at all international forums to thwart Israeli designs to confiscate more lands 
and enhance settlements within the city. The plea came from Shaikh Ahmed bin Mohammed Al Isa’ie, Chairman of the Majlis Ash’shura, the elected council of people’s representatives, who noted that since Arab Jerusalem fell to Israeli occupation on June 7, 1967, the city had witnessed many operations of “forgery and distortion of its past and present — including its lanes, squares, walls and holy places.”

UN's Gaza war crimes investigation faces obstacles
I guess not finding any "Israeli war crimes" would constitute a huge obstacle for them.

"Settlements" are no threat
Palestinian propaganda machines have for years purveyed the myth of Israeli settlements choking Palestinian communities the way commerce and residential developments have encroached upon rural America. Yet, in reality, nothing like this exists in the largely unsettled expanses of the West Bank.
Netanyahu to Respond to Obama Stance on Settlements

BARAK: Israel must back Palestinian state
Ehud, not Obama

Students to march to Jerusalem for Shalit

The Cairo Speech ~ A slap in the face to the Jewish people.

By Anne Bayefsky

Iran opens largest Mideast gas injection project

Iran expects 'record' turnout for presidential vote
Sure they are wandering around all the shtetls in the Mullah's Hangman Cranemobile, community organizing, ya know. Giving people rides to the voting facilities.

Jewish Robot Tailors

The sentencing of American journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee to 12 years in a North Korean labor camp for a mysterious "grave crime" has inspired a slew of searches
One of the most popular queries: "What is a labor camp?"
HA HA HA. Don't worry, serfs.
You will see for yourselves sooner than you think!

North Korean labor camps a ghastly prospect for US journalists
Or anyone else who is there for that matter

North Korea increases its leverage

AUSTRALIA: Indian protest turns into 'vigilante' attack
Police said a group wielding sticks and baseball bats attacked men of "Middle Eastern appearance" in apparent retaliation for an earlier assault on an Indian man.
Goldman reshuffles aerospace ratings
What have I been telling you?
Soon enough it all will be rendered unto The Seizer.

Supreme Court Stalls Chrysler-Fiat Deal

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg signed the order

Goldman ups NPS Pharmaceuticals to neutral, shares rise

NPS Pharma
NPS Pharmaceuticals is developing specialty therapeutics for gastrointestinal and endocrine disorders.
NPS complements its internal programs with strategic partnerships
which include Amgen, GlaxoSmithKline, Kirin, and Nycomed. Phase III products sell to partnership or get approval by FDA will rocket NPSP hit $10 to 15 in 4-weeks!
This is my guess why, among other things:

Doctors Say New Diabetes Drugs Hold Great Promise
Studies released at this weekend's American Diabetes Association conference show proposed drugs from Novo Nordisk (NVO), Eli Lilly & Co. (LLY), Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc. (AMLN), Alkermes Inc. (ALKS), and GlaxoSmithKline Plc (GSK) are better at helping Type 2 diabetes patients control their blood sugar and lose weight than most medicines currently on the market.

Diabetes Data Looks Good For Human Genome Sciences
Here is a link to a press release issued yesterday by GlaxoSmithKline (NYSE:GSK), regarding new Phase 2 data for Syncria(R) (albiglutide) presented at the American Diabetes Association 69th Scientific Sessions in New Orleans.

Late last week, we told BioMedReports readers about Human Genome Sciences (NASDAQ:HGSI) who licensed Syncria to GSK in 2004. According to a report from MarketWatch, HGSI is entitled to fees and milestone payments that could amount to as much as $183 million - including $33.0 million received to date - in addition to single-digit royalties on worldwide sales if Syncria is commercialized.


Glaxo-Funded Avandia Study Adds to Controversy

Goldman's Accordia to Buy More Golf Courses in Japan
Oh those kooky Gold Men, they are just every freakin' where into every farkin' thing!

The Media Fall for Phony 'Jobs' Claims

The Obama Numbers Are Pure Fiction....

Feds set to say which banks can repay bailout cash‎
As I told you would be the case.... those in favor with the Seizer can pay back.
All others must be prevented, broken and ultimately seized.

Roubini: 9 Reasons "The Recovery" Will Be A Bust

Transcript: Economic Roundtable on 'FNS'

US House Republicans To Offer Plan On Financial Regulation

Bank Chiefs Await Report Cards

Will the Government Enact Compensation Limits on Non-TARP Banks?

Treasuries Decline on Looming Supply, Interest Rate Outlook

BRICs Add $60 Billion Reserves as Zhou Derides Dollar

Russia's Reserve Currency Idea

Euro up against dollar

Corruption and Fraud at the World Bank & IMF
With the world waiting for economic relief, the G-20 struck an agreement in April identifying actors who will ride to the rescue: Nearly $1 trillion will be given to the International Monetary Fund and the Multilateral Development Banks so that they can help "the vulnerable in the poorest countries." But these very institutions are culpable of accelerating the spread of poverty as the developing world confronts the crisis. In a frenzy of deregulation and poorly planned privatization, the IMF and the World Bank (the largest MDB) cut away both oversight of the private sector and social safety nets for the poor beginning in the 1980s.

As a consequence, by 1998, these institutions were presiding over a spectacular financial collapse in East Asia, Russia, the former Soviet republics and Brazil, which was in hindsight, a harbinger of things to come. Three years later, Argentina (the IMF's best student) went bust and half of its people were suddenly poor. After years of hewing to IMF financial dictates, citizens lost their jobs, bank accounts, savings and pensions overnight.

Gazprom May Borrow $10.5 Billion From Russian Banks

Western Banks Woo Russia's Rich

Karzai Asks Kyrgyz To Keep Air Base Open To NATO

US to increase military aid to Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan

Opposition Journalist Severely Beaten In Kyrgyzstan

KAZAKHSTAN hosting 24-25 Jun 2009 NATO EAPC Security Forum

Watchdog to Debate Fuel Bank for Nuclear Energy
Under a plan that the International Atomic Energy Agency is expected to begin debating next week, countries looking for nuclear fuel would be able to purchase it from an international low-enriched uranium stockpile, or "fuel bank," that would be administered by the IAEA.

The fuel bank idea, which has been around for years, is expected to be taken up at the IAEA Board of Governors meeting next week in Vienna. Interest builds as countries, along with the Washington-based Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), have put up $150 million in pledges to jump-start the stockpile.

NTI adviser Warren Buffett initially pledged $50 million, and several governments pledged more than $100 million in matching contributions -- the United States put in $50 million. (The NTI-backed plan is just one of several being floated.)

Ummmmmm .. the "Fuel Bank" already exists... in Kazakhstan.
They call this journalism?

CTR Program Extracts Plague Samples From Kazakhstan

The U.S. Cooperative Threat Reduction program successfully transferred bubonic and pneumonic plague samples out of Kazakhstan this year, U.S. Senator Richard Lugar (R-Ind.) announced Friday (see GSN, May 14).

As Lugar visited Kazakhstan in January, U.S. scientists began packaging the samples to transfer out of the country in compliance with international safety requirements. The samples ended up at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention site at Fort Collins, Colo., successfully concluding a five-year diplomatic effort aimed at securing and shipping the agents and developing a research plan for the material.

The CTR program is set to continue efforts to eliminate WMD materials in Kazakhstan for seven more years, Lugar said. In addition, the Nunn-Lugar program is expected to begin biological threat reduction efforts aimed at helping Armenia to meet health standards established by the World Health Organization (U.S. Senator Richard Lugar release, June 5).

Kazakhstan PM, Russian President discussed bilateral cooperation

Kazakh PM approves Chevron plans in Kazakhstan

One killed in blasts at Kazakhstan arms depot

Georgian Opposition Activist Jailed

Human Rights Watch Concerns on Uzbekistan

Russia's New Measure Causes Concern for Minority Christians

Minority Christian leaders in Russia have expressed concerned over Russia’s reconstruction of Ministry of Justice as a sign of returning to a “Soviet era” persecution of Christians.

Recently, Russia reconstituted Ministry of Justice (MOJ) “Council for Conducting State Religious Expert Analysis” that includes a new chairman who described the faith of some Christians as as “a crude, magical-occult system with elements of psychological manipulation”.

Norway based Forum 18 News Service noted that the appointment of renowned "anti-cultists" and controversial scholars of Islam to a government body allocated sweeping powers to investigate religious organisations has provoked an unprecedented outcry from many religious representatives and human rights defenders.

Daghestan's Slain Interior Minister Awarded Medal
I'm sure that will keep his wife warm at night and his children fed. Now he's a hero... for letting them assassinate him for the good of the STATE. Reminds me of Allah's fuckin' virgins.
The assassinated interior minister of the southern Russian Republic of Daghestan, Lieutenant General Adilgirey Magomedtagirov, will be awarded with a Hero of Russia medal, RFE/RL's Russian Service reports.
If I were his wife I would stick their bloody medal straight up their asses.

Controversial Fraud Trial Closed in Moscow

Let's Drink To Russian Gas!

Prague Festival Celebrates Romany Music And Art

Hidden Racism Rises To Serbia's Surface
When was it hidden? I must have missed that day.

European elections 2009: BNP policies

Centre-right mulls grand alliance after EU polls

Germany Has Trouble Countering Neo-Nazis

Republicrats Take NY Senate
Republicans regained control of the New York State Senate on Monday afternoon, winning support from two dissident Democrats in a surprise power-sharing deal.
Yeah I'm real surprised.
You do not have two parties.
Or even two dissidents.


Dude should be killed by an expert, very very slowly, then dug up and killed again.

Humanists award Richard Dawkins for promoting reason and science
~ Dick Dawkins
Reasonable, ain't he though!
Richard Dawkins, evolutionary biologist and internationally renowned atheist, sceptic and humanist is to receive an award for his 'work in promoting reason and science worldwide' on 6th June during an international gathering of humanist organisations from all over the world. The award is being given by the British Humanist Association (BHA) and the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU) following a conference during the day on ‘Darwin, Humanism and Science’, at which Professor Dawkins is a key speaker.
Actually all he really is a fucking zoologist
"Evolutionary Biologist" is to Dawkins as "Maintenance Engineer" is to Chuck the janitor.

Tiller's missing excommunication
What none of these stories have explained is that Tiller had previously been excommunicated by a Lutheran congregation on account of his lack of repentance about and refusal to stop his occupation.

That Lutheran congregation was a member of my church body, the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Excommunication doesn’t happen terribly frequently in this day and age but it’s not unheard of. I don’t know any of the specifics about his past congregation or what led to the discipline and anticipated learning more about it when it was covered by the mainstream media. Unfortunately, that hasn’t happened.
CO Abortion Doctor "Vigilant about security"
PLEASE, here we go with yet another "packs of drooling armed & dangerous Luddite Christian murderers are out there" propaganda piece:
At the Boulder Abortion Clinic, Dr. Warren Hern leaves no window uncovered.
Full-length blinds shroud the bulletproof entryway; in his office, vinyl shades block a small window. This is one of the facts of Hern's life — no windows, ever. That was how Dr. Barnett Slepian's killer shot him near Buffalo, through a kitchen window. Slepian, like Hern, performed abortions.

"I can't sit in front of an open window," Hern said.
Yah good idea, maybe the sun might burn his blood sucking vampire ass to cinders.

Security tightened at abortion clinics

5 Billion Dolla Gubbmint Pepco is now seeking $200 million in FEDERAL STIMULUS FUNDS!
Five billion for unspecified work is just not enough.

Raytheon wins $217 million Navy contract

For Raytheon, It's All About The Image

Laura Bush Calls Sotomayor a 'Good Nominee'
REPEAT AFTER ME: We do not have two parties

White House To Renominate McDowell As FCC Commissioner

OK... dig this:
DC Civil Rights Lawyer Named to DHS Advisory Council
Kareem Shora , the Washington-based executive director of the American-Arab Anti Discrimination Committee, was sworn in last week as a member of the Homeland ...
Swears in leader of Arab group that hailed jihadists as 'heroes'
NOW: SEE THIS POST from 2007:
American Whores of the Caliphate & the ADC: Working towards your dhimmise through infiltration and taqiyya: Part IV
The preceding posts in that series are linked in that post.
I urge you to read them all.

Black Hat Founder Tapped To Advise Homeland Security
No, no....not a Chabadnik. LOL

DHS blows biosensor crisis
A limited number of other biosensors -- the exact number and their location is classified -- were deployed at selected high-traffic locations in major metropolitan areas. Yet, more than eight years later, no more biosensors have been deployed.
House Subcommittee Approves FY2010 DHS/TSA Spending Bill
Among other things the $42.6 billion measure provides more than $1 billion for EDS purchase and installation.

So WTF is EDS?
Explosive Detection System

Plan to coordinate counternarcotics technologies unclear
The vagueness is intentional, and a weapon
The Office of National Drug Control Policy released on Friday the 2009 National Southwest Border Counternarcotics Strategy, an update to a 2007 strategy for preventing illegal drug trafficking across the border with Mexico. The updated version includes plans to develop technologies that support Southwest border counternarcotics efforts.
DHS needs to clarify security clearances
Approximately 70,000 out of the 208,000 DHS employees need security clearances, and the department is ill-equipped to deal with this demand, according to the IG.
DoD attempting to "PROGRAM MATTER"
Shape-shifting substances blur line between computers and materials. A revolutionary new technology may allow future warfighters to command their equipment to physically change itself to meet new operational needs or to form spare parts or tools. Researchers are developing techniques to order materials to self-assemble or alter their shape, perform a function and then disassemble themselves.

These capabilities offer the possibility for morphing aircraft and ground vehicles, uniforms that can alter themselves to be comfortable in any climate, and “soft” robots that flow like mercury through small openings to enter caves and bunker complexes.

The goal of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA’s) Programmable Matter program is to create a new type of matter that can assemble itself into complex three-dimensional objects on command, explains program manager Dr. Mitchell R. Zakin
Exelon Sez: No public threat from Illinois tritium leak
A tritium leak was found during routine monitoring of Exelon Corp.'s nuclear power plant, but contaminated water was contained to the property and did not pose a public health threat, company officials said Monday.

Testing at the Dresden plant, near the town of Morris about 60 miles southwest of Chicago, found tritium levels of 3.2 million picocuries per liter of water in a monitoring well, storm drains and concrete vault. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's limit for drinking water is 20,000 picocuries per liter.

The Kid Behind Grooveshark
What's with the freakin' Abe Lincoln Amish chin bushes on all these kids lately anyway?
At 21 years old, Greenberg is a culturally Jewish atheist who takes great pride in his background.
Whatever the fuck that means.
I take great pride in my Levitical Y chromosone, ummmm... bagels and lox, Neil Diamond chopped liver and ... ummmmm.... well... nothing, I guess. Dude!
But hey, thanks for the grooveshark anyway kid.
I was a total asshole at 21 too.

Dismay over Obama's Turnabout on 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'
Watch out, right after "dismay" comes "malaise"

Nigeria: Shell to pay activist settlement
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell said it will pay $15.5 million to the family of Nigerian environmental activist Ken Saro-Wiwa who was killed in 1995.
Senate could vote today on tougher tobacco laws
After more than a decade of debate, Congress is poised to approve the most sweeping effort ever to regulate tobacco products.
Cleburne quakes probably related to gas drilling, expert says

For Texas Town, a Novelty in 3 Earthquakes

Sangiang Volcano Closed for Hiking

Second eruption rattles Colombia's Galeras volcano

"This is what I call a cosmic screwing"

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