Some of Obama's Actions Linked to Anti-Semitism
Ya think? He is Anti-Human too. All Hail Seizer, Czar Obamanable Bushman, genus Homo Stultus.
Hershkowitz tells the Jerusalem Post: "I am disappointed in Obama's policies. Some of the steps he has taken, like giving a medal to Mary Robinson, are borderline anti-Semitic... Relations with the U.S. are important, but relations must go both ways."Jerusalem US Consulate is De Facto Embassy to PA
Obama's State Department Submits to Islam
The Bureau of International Information Programs (IIP) has assembled a range of innovative and traditional tools to support Posts' outreach activities during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.At White House, Mubarak urges speeding up Mideast peace talks
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak used a newfound welcome mat Tuesday at the White House to urge the United States to accelerate Mideast peace talks, skipping past temporary steps that he said have led nowhere and moving instead to a final negotiation about the status of Jerusalem, of refugees and of borders.Mubarak said that President Barack Obama promised to roll out a specific U.S. peace plan in the next several weeks, in time for a gathering of world leaders at the United Nations in New York in late September.Egyptian team in PA for reconciliation talks
A delegation of Egyptian security officials arrived in Ramallah Monday to address Fatah-Hamas reconciliation talks. The delegation, led by general Mohammed Ibrahim, the deputy to Egyptian intelligence chief Omar Suleiman, met with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Amman before coming to Ramallah, in order to discuss the chances of another round of talks between Fatah and Hamas.German mediators, Egyptian interests
The Germans are the ones who managed to close the last two swaps of prisoners for bodies with Hezbollah, themselves providing incentives that helped seal the deal.Russian, Israeli Leaders Discuss Mideast Peace, Iran
Jewsus save us all!
Israeli President Shimon Peres says he is confident Russia can play a key role in restarting the stalled Middle East peace process.Obama Sees 'Positive Steps' in Mideast
Despite rhetoric, Netanyahu has suspended Jewish settlement building
Protesters heckle US Republican Huckabee in Jerusalem
Protesters chanted "go home" one of the banners they held up said: "Huckabee, we are not pawns in your Armageddon."Israel furious over Swedish newspaper article
Just Israel, huh? Okeedokee then.
The story made headlines in Israel, where some commentators compared it to medieval accusations that Jews killed Christian children for their bloodJihadi Public Relations
By Walid Phares
How far will terrorists go to cloak themselves in legitimacy? Last week’s action in the Gaza Strip, now governed by the terrorist network Hamas, is a good example.Radical Gaza Islamists vow to defy Hamas
Hamas’ attack against the Jund Ansar Allah (JAA, “The Soldiers or the Partisans of Allah”), a Jihadist group inside Gaza, was intended to provide the Palestinian Islamist organization a pass to become a “mainstream” movement, acceptable internationally as a partner in peace negotiations with Israel.
This is another murky development in the world of Jihadism, where the biggest brothers in holy war devoured the little ones in a race between who can achieve final victory against the Kuffar (infidels). In Gaza, these intra-Jihadist slaughter fests are more important because the “Palestine cause” is so central to the global Islamist political narrative.
Jordan accuses Israel of aggression
Jordan and Syria register pesticides
Pesticides? To them all Juden are pests to be eradicated. Just sayin'.
Syrian militant escapes Lebanese prison
Accidentally on purpose. No one "escapes" in the ME, believe me. They were allowed to escape. Maybe it did not even happen this way at all and they let them out the front gate, but it is great propaganda for them either way.
BEIRUT — Eight members of an al-Qaida-inspired group sawed bars off their cell windows in a high-security Lebanese prison Tuesday, scaled down the building using blankets tied together, then stood on each other's shoulders to help one jump over a wall and escape, security officials said.Raytheon eyes new anti-missile system for Israel
Don't trust them, Israel! RUN!
Jihad Magazine Warns of Terror Attacks in Europe
I can't find the original Sun article, but according to Express India the source of The Sun is a website "promoted by supporters of deported hate preacher Abdullah al-Faisal".
Pop quiz: Al Faisail's "official" website is run by whom? That's right, New York City's only Jewish al Qaeda supporter, Joseph "Youssef al-Khattab" Cohen.
And the magazine being promoted by Khattab? None other than Charlotte, North Carolina's favorite son, Samir Khan's Jihad Recollection.
So, the the publisher (Khan) and promoter (Cohen) of the magazine containing the alleged threat of a "spectacular attack" are both here in the United States, not in Britain as Robert surmises.
But what of "Abu Talha", the pseudonymous author of the article cited above and entitled, "The raison d’être for Europe’s potential of Jihadi assault"? And whom Spencer surmises is British?
SNIPSharia Finance-The Quiet Jihad
I will begin with a statement issued by Ata Abu Rishta as the official spokesperson of HT (and now its global leader) in Jordan in May 1994, a few weeks before the Cairo Agreement;
There can be no peaceful relations with the Jews: this is prohibited by Islamic Law. It is also prohibited to settle for only part of Palestine. There can be neither negotiations, co-existence nor normalization of relations with the Jews in Palestine. None of the Jews in Palestine who arrived after the destruction of the Ottoman Empire have the right to remain there. The Islamic legal rule requires that those of whom are capable of fighting be killed until none survive. Any others should be forced to leave. Individual Jews who lived in Palestine (as part of a dhimma community) before the end of the (Ottoman) empire and are not guilty of any violent act against the Muslims can be allowed to stay… however, it is anticipated that none belong in this category. It is impossible to solve the problem of Palestine by peaceful means: what is required is actual war, in the form of Jihad.
(A Fundamental Quest: Hizb al-Tahrir and the search for the Islamic Caliphate, page 162, Suha Taji-Farouki Grey Seal London)
The main problem is that the lure of riches, bigger homes in the Hamptons, private islands and Gulfsteam jets has the banks, investment houses and hedgefunders panting with desire while the future of our democracy, our children’s future lives will be impacted by this insidious form of financial terrorism.Iraqi leader wants Syria to hand over suspects
Iraq's prime minister is asking Syrian officials to hand over people suspected of links to insurgent attacks in his country and to stop fighters from crossing its border into northern Iraq, one of his advisers said Tuesday.Official: Iran Ready for Nuclear Talks
Nouri al-Maliki was pressing the request in talks with Syrian officials in Damascus, as Iraq seeks to improve security cooperation with its neighbor and cut off the flow of weapons and foreign fighters to remaining insurgent strongholds like Mosul, 225 miles (360 kilometers) northwest of Baghdad.His visit also uncovered strains with the United States, which angered Iraq by sending a high-level delegation to Syria last week for meetings that included similar discussions over Iraq's security. That prompted al-Maliki's government to insist that it was not up to the United States to negotiate over Iraq's security with another country.
"Talks without preconditions is Iran's main stance in negotiations on the nuclear issue," Iran's envoy to the U.N. nuclear agency watchdog, Ali Asghar Soltanieh, said, according to Reuters.Iran denies it is open to nuclear talks
Naturally the denial only means we are very interested to speak with comrade apostate Kenyan Oymerikan Obama! We think the brother understands Glow Ball Peace through Dead Yehudi... so STFU, you fishy oymerikan shoe mob, and prepare for your Caliph fate! The Mahdi comes out of the well, you will see! ulululululululululululululu!
An Iranian official has denied he said Tehran was ready for talks with the West on its nuclear programme based on mutual respect and without conditions.Iran: Reformist Cleric's Newspaper Is Shut Down
Iran: 30 converts from Islam to Christianity arrested
Photos: Vanak Church in Isfahan, Iran
Iran bans leasing of more Russian-built planes
Trade in guns and drugs that fuels war in Afghanistan
Low Expectations Ensure Karzai Is Favorite in Race
"Are you Afghan intelligence?"
"Are you ISI?"
"Then why are you asking questions?"
I'm a journalist.
"Are you Arab?"
Yes, I said. I asked him again how business was.
"It's good. Powder [heroin] is good."
Hey that's how they win here!
Afghan vote carries big risk for US fight against Taliban
Peace Talks With Taliban Top Issue in Afghan Vote
Please the UK & the US have been hinting at "peace talks" with the Taliban for almost TWO YEARS. So now it will come to fruition along with everything else.
China's CNPC signs crude pact with Abu Dhabi's ADNOC
FACTBOX: China's African investment
IntelliBriefs: Central Asia: China Holds the Cards
GM: sales in July in China up 77.7%
Sugar deal: Why Korean ship went off course
With drought-like conditions affecting sugarcane cultivation, wholesale sugar prices soared from Rs 2,450 to Rs 3,050 per quintal last week. The global prices went up from $420 to $560 per tonne, registering a 28-year high, as Brazil, the biggest sugar producer, lost most of its crop to heavy rain. According to the International Sugar Organization, London, the global demand for sugar will exceed output by 5 million tonnes through September 2010.US diplomat leaves for Asia
The State Department says Philip Goldberg is leaving Tuesday for meetings in Singapore. He will be in Bangkok on Friday, then will travel to Seoul on Monday and then to Tokyo.Goldberg said last week the measures against the North will continue until its government takes irreversible action to scrap its nuclear program.Brazil's Oil Giant Wants To Nationalize Oil Production
Italy to sign nuclear protocol with US
Eurasian Secret Services Daily Report:
1) Russia expels two Czech diplomats in spy row reciprocationlustrated, lustrating, lustrates, lustration:
2) Brother of Real IRA commander who tried to buy weapons from Lithuanian intelligence officer facing trial in Vilnius
3) KGB officers detained and deported Russian TV journalists from Belarus
4) President of Belarus willing to give KGB and Interior Ministry right to arrest without prosecutor’s sanction
5) Father of accused Russian GRU Lieutenant-Colonel claims his son has nothing in common with trafficking of women
6) Georgian parliament member calls for law on lustration
To purify by means of ceremony.
Of Human Bondage
In Belarus alone it is thought that up to 800,000 "missing" people - men and women - could be working in Russia against their will. It is not illegal in Russia for employers to retain staff passports or keep workers virtually imprisoned in a work compound.Dozens Thought Dead at Russian Plant
Hundreds of rescuers scrambled Tuesday to try to locate more than 60 workers trapped in a Siberian hydroelectric plant after an accident on Monday. But with only two survivors recovered, the acting chief executive of RusHydro, which owns the plant, said that most had probably drowned.Germany Warms Up to Business Deals With Russia
That Vlad he is so sexy, I can not resist!
~ Frau Merkel
Putin says aircraft industry, space exploration as priority
To da moon, comrade cosmonauts!
Russia will not support aerospace mistakes - Putin
In Soviet Russia Mistake Makes You.
~ Yo Daddy Vladdy
Russia Says It Holds Hijackers of Cargo Ship
This whole thing is not what they say it is and we will never know what it was. Drink!
The Russian government has released neither photos nor video of the crew or the ship since the rescue. The only details have come from Mr. Serdyukov, though the Malta Maritime Authority, under whose flag the Arctic Sea was flying, confirmed on Tuesday that the Russian Navy had found the vessel and arrested the eight men. The authority also said that it had been tracking the ship for several days.Georgia quits ex-Soviet group as Moscow allies rebel
Changing Geopolitical Dynamics of Kazakhstan & What it Means for Turkey
SNIPTajik Children To Take Mandatory Class On Islam
This strong and still growing interest has to do with the geo-strategic location of the vast landlocked region, sandwiched between Russia, China, Iran and Afghanistan, but also with its sizeable energy resources, critical for a high-demand growth and tight supply global context. The Caspian Sea was initially believed to be another Gulf, yet we later came to the conclusion that it is perhaps another North Sea, which is on the decline due to the depletion of reserves and decreasing production.
Mahmud Shoev, the chief of the Tajik Education Ministry's textbook editing and printing department, said the ministry will present a new textbook before school starts on September 1 called "Knowledge of Islam."Turkmenistan to host first International Investment Forum in October
The ministry will also provide instruction for teachers who will be teaching the subject, adding that some 400 history and literature teachers have been invited to Dushanbe for special classes on the subject. Shoev said schoolchildren in the 8th grade will take the class, with 34 classroom hours devoted to the subject.
Shoev noted that the main topics of the book are the history of Islam, the life of Prophet Muhammad, and the teachings of Imam Abu Hanifa, founder of the main Islamic sect in Tajikistan.
Riddles of high and low tides in the Caspian Sea
Initially, it was a statement by President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov at a regular meeting of the Cabinet of Ministers of Turkmenistan that caused divergent interpretations. This meeting, among others issues, discussed the results of the regular round of the Turkmen-Azerbaijani talks on the delimitation of the seabed and subsoil of the Caspian Sea. The results of these talks, held in Baku, were inconclusive owing to the different positions of the sides on the ownership of oil and gas fields in the central part of the Caspian Sea in the disputed territory between Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan.Moscow offers to create road map to determine Caspian Sea status
Simple. I have road map for you, right here. My way or highway, comrade. I own whole Glow Ball and that means Caspian sea, see? Solved. Next?
~ Vladdest Czar Ever
“These factors first of all include lack of an international legal status of the Caspian Sea, and secondly, a number of outstanding bilateral issues, including at the regional level. The third one is instability in the region as a whole,” he said on Monday at a meeting on the Caspian cooperation.in Astrakhan. Basargin said “best efforts” must be made to determine status of the Caspian Sea and to develop a road map to address this complex issue.Uzbekistan: Rights Activist Arrested
Hidirova was arrested on July 28, 2009 at the Arnasai District Department of Internal Affairs on preliminary charges of hooliganism (two counts), fraud, and tax evasion.Top US general visits Uzbekistan for security talks
TASHKENT — Uzbekistan President Islam Karimov met Tuesday with US General David Petraeus, the US embassy said, underlining that the strategic Central Asian state seeks closer ties with Washington.In a statement, the US embassy said Petraeus discussed with Karimov "key regional security issues" focusing on the situation in nearby Afghanistan, but did not provide details.Petraeus also met senior officials from Uzbekistan's national security council and the ministries of defence and foreign affairs here, the statement said.Ahead of the Bell: Goldman Sachs upgraded
Karimov said afterwards that Uzbek-US ties were improving."Uzbekistan attaches great importance to further development of relations with the United States and is ready to expand constructive bilateral and multilateral cooperation based on mutual respect and equal partnership," he was quoted by the state news agency UZA as saying.Speaking on state television later, he added: "Relations between our countries are developing in an upwards direction. The fact we are meeting again shows that the both sides are interested in strengthening the ties."
The bigger they are...the bigger they are, apparently!
Ex-Goldman programmer eyes dismissal
A federal judge has granted more time for the government to seek an indictment against or work out a settlement with a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc programer accused of stealing trade secrets, after the programmer's lawyer said she wants the case dismissed.FED extends TALF Bailouts
The Federal Reserve and the US Treasury on Monday extended a $200bn programme designed to revive the securitisation market, bringing relief to investors concerned that the supply of cheap government financing was set to end.The term asset-backed securities loan facility (Talf), in which the Fed lends to investors wanting to buy securitised loans, is to be extended by three to six months from the original year-end expiry date. “Conditions in financial markets have improved considerably in recent months,” the Fed and Treasury said.US Army North NCOs adapt to new challenges during Vibrant Response
“Nonetheless, the markets for asset-backed securities backed by consumer and business loans and for commercial mortgage-backed securities are still impaired and seem likely to remain so for some time.”Talf will now run until March 31 for newly issued ABS and legacy CMBS and until June 30 for new CMBS deals, which can take a considerable time to arrange.
The commercial real estate industry – widely seen as one of the most fragile areas in the US economy – had warned that it lacked time to package mortgages under the original deadline. The Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association and the American Securitization Forum said in a statement: “The recovery of securitisation is vital to the continued availability of affordable consumer and business credit, and to overall economic recovery and growth, and we strongly support extension of the Talf programme.” Commercial real estate prices are down 25 per cent in the last year and nearly 30 per cent below the peak in prices in October 2007, according to Moody’s Investors Service.
"In all of my previous units, I was given a group of Soldiers, a stack of weapons, a map, a place and told to execute my mission," said Hammond, who has served during two combat tours in Iraq. "That's what I know, and that's what I am good at."Homeland Security: Roles and Missions for United States Northern Command
The NCOs have essentially gone from serving as mentors for their Soldiers to serving with a senior command that has a mission unlike any other Army unit - to help the American people in a time of need. Now, instead of presenting classes on how to react to contact or establish a checkpoint, they undergo training focused on Defense Support to Civil Authorities.
In 2002, President Bush signed a new Unified Command Plan (UCP) establishing United States Northern Command (NORTHCOM) to provide command and control of the Department of Defense’s (DOD’s) homeland defense efforts and to coordinate military support to civil authorities. As a geographical combatant command, NORTHCOM has an area of responsibility that includes the continental United States, Alaska, Canada, Mexico, and surrounding waters out to approximately 500 nautical miles, including the Gulf of Mexico and the Straits of Florida. The NORTHCOM Commander also commands North American Aerospace Defense Command.Prepare for BOHICA, comrade
According to Deputy Secretary of Defense, William (RAYTHEON) Lynn III, and Director of the Office of Personnel Management, John Berry, "The task group should deliver recommendations aimed at helping the Department determine (1) if the underlying design principles and methodology for implementation are reflected in the program objectives; (2) whether the program objectives are being met; and (3) whether NSPS is operating in a fair, transparent, and effective manner."DHS Says It Did Not Get Army Spy's Reports
In the next few weeks, the Board is expected to deliver its final report to Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and Office of Personnel Management Director, John Berry, on the future (or lack thereof) of NSPS. Keep in mind, no matter what the report says or recommends, President Obama and OPM's Berry are both publicly on the record favoring some form of "pay for performance" - not only at the Pentagon, but throughout the Federal Government. We hope they will learn what not to do from NSPS, otherwise they might as well call the new program BOHICA, (Bend Over Here it Comes Again).
The Department of Homeland Security said today that reports on antiwar groups gathered by John Towery, an undercover Army spy in Washington State, did not make their way into DHS intelligence data banks.Don't ever say Ike didn't try to warn us:
"The DHS intelligence operations specialist assigned to the Washington State Fusion Center did not know of Towery's report, consequently, the report was not forwarded through any channels," said department spokeswoman Amy Kudwa, in response to a query.
Last January DHS denied it had any knowledge of Maryland State Police spying on nonviolent activists wrongly classified as terrorists. That turned out to be untrue.
Not only was that untrue, it was forwarding reports on a D.C.-area antiwar group to the Maryland State Police.
Out in Washington State, meanwhile, Towery, an Army civilian assigned to a Fort Lewis, Wash., "force protection division," infiltrated a Seattle-area antiwar group in 2007 posing as an anarchist who could steal classified information for it, SpyTalk reported July 30.
8/17/2009 - CACI International Inc.announced Monday it has appointed Gordon England, former Deputy Secretary of Defense, to its board. England was the deputy secretary during the Bush administration from May of 2005 until February of 2009. He also served twice as secretary of the Navy. Prior to those positions, England was the executive vice president at General Dynamics and served as president of Lockheed.Ike's Military Industrial Complex Speech ~ 1961
STFU Ike, you wingnut, you unhinged fishy mobster, none of this is happening!
This conjunction of an immense military establishment and a large arms industry is new in the American experience. The total influence -- economic, political, even spiritual -- is felt in every city, every State house, every office of the Federal government. We recognize the imperative need for this development. Yet we must not fail to comprehend its grave implications.
Our toil, resources and livelihood are all involved; so is the very structure of our society. In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the militaryindustrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes.
We should take nothing for granted.
Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals, so that security and liberty may prosper together. Akin to, and largely responsible for the sweeping changes in our industrial-military posture, has been the technological revolution during recent decades. In this revolution, research has become central; it also becomes more formalized, complex, and costly.
A steadily increasing share is conducted for, by, or at the direction of, the Federal government. Today, the solitary inventor, tinkering in his shop, has been overshadowed by task forces of scientists in laboratories and testing fields. In the same fashion, the free university, historically the fountainhead of free ideas and scientific discovery, has experienced a revolution in the conduct of research. Partly because of the huge costs involved, a government contract becomes virtually a substitute for intellectual curiosity. For every old blackboard there are now hundreds of new electronic computers.
The prospect of domination of the nation's scholars by Federal employment, project allocations, and the power of money is ever present and is gravely to be regarded. Yet, in holding scientific research and discovery in respect, as we should, we must also be alert to the equal and opposite danger that public policy could itself become the captive of a scientifictechnological elite. It is the task of statesmanship to mold, to balance, and to integrate these and other forces, new and old, within the principles of our democratic system -- ever aiming toward the supreme goals of our free society.
Socialist writer asserts that "commie" is the new "nigger"
Or for the less radical linguist, red is the new black. How very Gramscian of him. This is a most tedious read. Print it out and take it with you to the bathroom, then flush it with the rest of the shit when you are done. Enjoy! What, I should suffer this crap alone?
They are just now figuring this out? And BTW Alinksy is derivative of much that came before him, he is not even nearly the inventor of this MO...
There are several primary Alinskyian community organizing networks across the country. The PICO National Network, the Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF), Gamaliel, and DART are the four largest organizing among religious congregations.What Kind of Bioethics Council Do We Need?
Unholy Obamanable High Holy Eugenobabbling Deluxe
How Obama Would Handle Swine Flu
Be afraid. Be very MFing afraid.
To set the stage, Obama's science advisor, John Holdren, an environmental policy expert and former professor at Harvard University, took a few minutes to discuss what he said is a significant change in the view of science under the Obama administration.
"I propose attending science events to the president, a space-related event, a science fair, and he always says 'yes,'" Holdren said. "The president lights up like a very bright light bulb" when science is on the agenda, he continued. Holdren, brimming with enthusiasm himself, said that "the president is really excited about this stuff and understands the importance of it."
Political Evidence: Obama's [Mad] Scientist: John P. Holdren
Tribes not included in applying for $350 million in H1N1 grants
Approximately $260 million will be available to state health departments and $90 million will be available to hospitals, but funds are not set aside specifically for tribesObama Makes Explicit His Objection to DOMA
President Obama made clear Monday that he favors the repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act, and intends to ask Congress to repeal the 13-year-old law that denies benefits to domestic partners of federal employees and allows states to reject same-sex marriages performed in other states.New Jersey: NRC to explain Oyster Creek nuclear power plant tritium leak
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is preparing to release even more details about a tritium leak at the Oyster Creek Generating Station in Lacey Township. State Sen. Christopher J. Connors and Assemblyman Brian E. Rumpf, both R-9th, urged the federal agency to release detailed information about the leak and whether it posed any theats to public health or safety. The leak was discovered in April shortly after Oyster Creek's operating license was renewed for another 20 years. Tritium is a naturally occurring radioactive form of hydrogen. The two asked for the information to push for more transparency about what is happening at the Lacey Township plant, the oldest continuously operating nuclear plant in the country.
Lawsuit claims Dimona employees drank uranium
Groups want to stop new uranium mine
Two environmental groups have asked federal land managers to reconsider their approval of Utah's first new uranium mine in three decades. The Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance and Uranium Watch oppose the Daneros Mine, located about 120 miles from Natural Bridges National Monument in southeastern Utah. The groups also want the U.S. Bureau of Land Management to stop Australia-based White Canyon Uranium from mining there until the agency's Utah director, Selma Sierra, determines whether the mine's environmental impact was sufficiently studied. "There are a lot of issues associated with uranium mining that were not adequately assessed before the permits were issued," said Liz Thomas, a lawyer for SUWA.Nuclear Fusion Research Key to Advancing Computer Chips
Dark energy may not actually exist, scientists claim
Truth is they have zero clue what exists and what does not, all is theories, agenda and propaganda. Understand this, the "big bang" theory currently in place implies a central point of creation which in turn points to a creator, from their POV this can not stand if they are to unseat GOD...
Bending Physics, colored stars, and Einstein's face of God
Arkansas doctor pleads not guilty in weapons case
Turkey: 16,000 year-old Mother Goddess Figurine Unearthed
Robert Novak, Long-Time Conservative Columnist, Dies at 78
Earthquake in Spain and Portugal - no injuries
Florida atheist ashamed of Richard Dawkins
As well he should be!
Florida State University professor Michael Ruse says, “the God Delusion makes me ashamed to be an atheist."