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Thursday, September 24, 2009

Floatin' Powa News Service: You Drink Because I am Bad!

.. and they drink because I am good.

Hamas children's program teaches kids to kill Jews
Of course, silly headline, how else can they achieve peace but through the blood of the Juden?

Saudi envoy: No peace without Israeli concessions
The ultimate "concession" they are after is our very life's breath, to which please let me respond with: NO! L'CHAIM, ya MFers!

No shortcuts to statehood
Merely state cuts to short hood
Palestinian PM says Authority determined to build state institutions without waiting for outcome of peace negotiations with Israel
NY hosts meeting between Erdoğan, US-Jewish groups after Davos spat

Turkish prime minister talks of a new world order


Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan attended the UN Security Council's meeting on nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament for the first time. It is also the first time that a U.S. president presided the meeting since the United States took over rotating presidency of the 15-member UN Security Council on September 1. President Muammar Qadhafi of Libya, one of non-permanent members of the Council, did not attend the meeting. U.S. President Barack Obama, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and Russian President Dimitriy Medyedev were among the participants. Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, State Minister Ali Babacan, State Minister & Chief Negotiator for EU talks Egemen Bagis and Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek accompanied Prime Minister Erdogan during the meeting.

Prime Minister Erdogan will have a meeting with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad later in the day. He will also address the UN General Assembly and take part at a meeting of Friends of Democratic Pakistan. Later, Erdogan will later proceed to Pittsburg for G20 summit meeting and he will participate in a reception and a working dinner to be hosted by U.S. President Barack Obama.
AL JAZEERA: Video: Obama charts new world order
Go ahead, call me more names. I can take it.

RPT-Qaeda's Zawahri attacks Obama, Arabs in new video

In quotes: UN General Assembly

Israel's Netanyahu welcomes Obama UN call for talks

The NOI Hearts Ghaddafi
After the speech, many left inspired, including Abdush Shahid, a police officer from Newark, N.J. "This is the beginning of the history of Africa. Under the leadership of Gadhafi we begin to unify under one banner." Shahid was clear that he was not a member of The Nation of Islam. "I am a Sunni Muslim, and there is no separation – we are all brothers." Shahid believes Gadhafi as a leader who is unifying millions of Africans and their descendants into one community.
The Qur'an: Israel Is Not for the Jews
We are merely in this world, not of this world anyway.
Bring it on. GOD of ISRAEL sees all.

The Spy Who Loved Hamas. And Hezbollah. And Iran
Just who is ex-MI6 superstar Alastair Crooke working for, anyway?
Deputy head of the Ukrainian Interior Ministry urges to ban Hizb ut-Tahrir
Here they have conventions in Chicago.

High Holy Days Come To Kabul

The entire Jewish community of Afghanistan celebrated Rosh HaShanah this week in a small side room of the lone synagogue in Kabul, the country’s capital.

His name is Zebulon Simantov.
Da'Wa from Al Andalus:
Spaniard Says West Should Ally with Moderate Muslims
Here's my answer - fuck you. Moderate means they do not shout for the death of all Jews... in public. They just nod and whisper it in sooper sekrit. All who are not in this camp will call themselves APOSTATES and be under fatwa. Them, I will consider my "allies" - but never the taqiyyalopes.

Kurdistan Oil Spat With DNO Signals New Risk to Iraq Projects

Turkish Prime Minister wraps up US visit
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoðan delivered a speech on “The Alliance of Civilizations” at the Levin Institute in New York on Tuesday....
UN - Secretary-General's message to the Appeal of Conscience Foundation Annual Awards Dinner
I warmly congratulate tonight's honorees: British Prime Minister Gordon Brown; Bernard J. Arnault, Chairman and CEO of LVMH Moët Louis Vuitton; and Mr. Muhtar Kent, Chairman and CEO of the Coca-Cola Company.
Chevron makes major gas find in Bangladesh

Brown to Propose Cuts in British Nuclear Force
Hooray! We're capitulating!

Bulgarian Who Is to Lead UNESCO Advocates Political Pluralism
The Bulgarian diplomat who defeated the Egyptian culture minister in a close vote on Tuesday night to become the first woman to lead Unesco is a 57-year-old mother with two grown children, an expert in arms control and the daughter of an influential family who came of age during the cold war.
Excerpts from AP interview with Ahmadinejad

Hiker's family finds hope in Ahmadinejad remarks
Major propaganda op coming soon on this situation to a theater near you!

Iran's president rails against capitalism

Iran's police warn shops against curvy mannequins


Iranians In NY Protest Ahmadinejad Before UN Speech

Christian Science Monitor whoring for Ahmadi-Nejad, yet again
Most Iranians support Ahmadinejad and nuclear power, poll finds

Iran must give a “serious response” on its nuclear program
Listen, infidel, we ARE serious. And you know it.

Iranian Leader Says Nuclear Experts May Meet With US Scientists

Iran to ask for nuclear fuel at talks next week
Balls of brass this monkey has.

Top NATO commander works to gain support for Karzai's government

Many 'mistakes' in Afghanistan, US envoy says
Mistakes, huh? Is that what we call them? Whoopsee daisy!

Interview with Afghan President Hamid Karzai

Karzai backs McChrystal request for more troops

Suspicious foreign boat with ammunition found in Andaman Sea
A medium-sized fibre boat with two live rocket-propelled grenades and nearly 12 empty shells of AK-47 rifles was found floating near the coastal area of Tessera Island of Nicobar Group, police said today. Though the boat was found on September 11, the entire matter was kept ''top secret'' by the Andaman and Nicobar Police and defence forces for security reasons.
China Communist Party: Maintaining Growth The Key Task
China's ruling Communist Party said maintaining growth is its most important economic task and that it will continue the nation's moderately loose monetary policy and active fiscal policy, according to state radio Friday. The party will sharpen its focus on economic restructuring as it maintains the stability and continuity of policy, the report said, citing the conclusions of a just-completed party meeting. The 17th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) - the body from which the Party's top leaders are drawn - started its fourth plenary session Tuesday to discuss the CPC's development. The session ended Friday. The conclusions are a reiteration of the government's policy stance and view of the economy. The meeting also said the foundation of the Chinese economic rebound isn't yet firm, while uncertainties remain globally and domestically.

China Firms Selling Fuel to Iran as US Sanctions Loom

China starts building next phase of oil reserve

BASF, Sinopec Said to Start $1.4 Billion China Plant Expansion

Chinese Oil Company Gets $30 Billion Loan for Acquisitions

China at age 60: from pariah to world power

China calls for world without nuclear weapons
Koom Bah Humbug, Gwylo! AHAHAHAHA!

Typhoon Shuts In Huizhou

US-Russia atomic arms pact possible by December

European Patrols Brace for Heightened Tension Over Report on Georgia War
European Union monitors are stepping up their patrols in Georgia ahead of the release of a much anticipated report on the origins of last year’s war in South Ossetia, in case the report’s conclusions reignite tensions around the breakaway territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia.
Russia attempts to discredit Turkey

US complains to Russia about sex tape 'smear'
Classic KGB type shit:
The U.S. Embassy in Moscow has complained to the Russian Foreign Ministry about a sex tape that U.S. officials call a smear of an American diplomat.The State Department is calling the video that appeared on a Russian Web site a fabricated montage that includes some real footage of Kyle Hatcher, a married diplomatic liaison to Russian religious and human rights groups.

"Mr. Hatcher has been the subject of a smear campaign in the Russian press and on the Internet to discredit him and his work," said State Department spokesman Ian Kelly. "We deplore this type of smear campaign."The video shows Hatcher making telephone calls on a darkened street. Then it cuts to a hotel room, where Hatcher can be seen in a hotel room, apparently from a hidden camera. Later, the video appears to show a man and a woman having sex in the same room with the lights off. It is not clear that man is Hatcher.

In an interview recorded with ABC News, U.S. Ambassador to Russia John Beyrle blamed the Russian government."Clearly the video we saw was a montage of lot of different clips, some of them which are clearly fabricated," he said. "We had our security office back in Washington take a look at that and they are convinced Kyle has done nothing wrong. I have full confidence in him and he is going to continue his work here at the embassy."

From Russia To The NBA, With Money

Russian billionaire to become Nets owner
Soviet NJ for realski nowski, LOL

Russian MP removed from Estonian travel "blacklist"

Caspian littoral states to hold first security meeting in Baku

Founding members of Caspian Oil & Gas Exchange held a meeting

LUKOIL announces date for oil production on Caspian Sea

Russian Gazprom reiterates interest in local energy market

Gazprom Ups Stake In Gazprom Neft Sakhalin To 100%

Moscow Govt, Gazprom Neft Agree To Jointly Operate Sibir Energy

Gazprom buys former Yukos assets from ENI, Enel

Gazprom ties up Severenergia deal

Government or Gazprom may buy TNK-BP's Kovykta stake
HAHAHA silly headline, Government IS GAZPROM! Want to dance with Vlad?

Protesters ignored as Gazprom reaches for the sky in St Petersburg
Glory to GAZPROM in the highest, Comrades!

Putin to meet foreign executives on Arctic gas
I am knocking on your back door, Tovarich Ameerkanskis! BOO!

Ruble Hits 9-Month High Vs Dollar; Carry Trade Eyed

In Uzbekistan, justice may not be blind, but officials in the judicial system seem to turn mute when asked for details about legal proceedings.The third session of a trial involving suspects accused of carrying out terror attacks last May is believed to have occurred on September 23. Basic details of the proceedings could not be confirmed, however, because officials won’t, or can’t, answer the fundamental questions of journalistic inquiry: who, what, when and where.

President Islam Karimov earlier vowed that the trial would be open and media-accessible. In practice, officials are treating the case as they would a state secret -- neither confirming, nor denying, its existence.At least 12 defendants are said to be accused of a playing role in the attacks, sources inside Uzbekistan have told EurasiaNet. However neither the names of the defendants, nor the exact charges against them, can be confirmed.

UN: Severe food shortage threatens nearly 400,000 people in Tajikistan


Turkmenistan stands ready to actively cooperate with US companies
Why not? John Deere and CAT and others have been there fellating the dictatorship and translating the RUHNAMA for them for over a decade already:

2005: A Turkmen Tome Gets Foreign Aid
Corporate Patrons Help Spread the Writing of 'President for Life'

US offers Turkmenistan energy sector aid
The United States is ready to assist Turkmenistan with its efforts to diversify energy supplies on global markets, Turkmen television cited the U.S. secretary of state as saying. Turkmen TV said Hillary Clinton had met with Turkmen President Gurbanguly Berdymukhammedov with Washington stating their willingness to expand cooperation with Turkmenistan in a wide range of areas, including politics and energy supplies. Berdymukhamedov said his energy-rich country is seeking to diversify its supplies to global markets and that Turkmenistan was ready to cooperate with U.S. companies in the development of oil-and-gas fields in the Caspian Sea. At present, Turkmenistan has the option of supplying its energy resources directly to Russia and Iran, and will soon finish construction of a natural gas pipeline connecting the country with China.

Flying Turkmen leopards to bring species back to Caucasus

World Bank approves loan to support Kazakhstan project

Erlan Idrissov, Kazakhstan's Ambassador To US Visits Cookeville
A couple of weeks ago, he was meeting with President Obama, so it was an exciting coup for the Tennessee World Council, headquartered in Cookeville, to receive a visit from the world leader.
Goldman Sachs, Deutsche Bank, Societe Generale
Well heil heil ziggity heil!

Goldman hires DB banker to head Gr.China Securities

Carlyle taps Goldman's Summe for new Vice Chair role

Geely Surges to Nine-Year High After Bond Sale to Goldman Sachs

Fed Has Plenty of Time to Exit as Credit Slows, Goldman Says

Goldman Sachs to chuck bank charter?


Bank of America Screwed Taxpayers Out Of Billions
STFU! Bankers of Peace!

US Stocks Gain, Extending Global Rally, as Dollar Slips

Coordinated US Dollar Depreciation A Reality


Is Tim Geithner's Resolution Authority Just A Death Panel For The Financial Sector?

Iceland Banks Didn't Violate Rules, President Grimsson Says

Treasuries retain Iceland advisers

Moody's: Iceland, Latvia And Hungary In 'Fragile Stabilization'

Brazil after new world order in economy

BRICs akbaroonah!

Plouffe Praises GW Yoot for Campaign Participation
David Plouffe, campaign manager for Barack Obama during the 2008 presidential race, spoke at a College Democrats event on Monday in Jack Morton Auditorium. During his speech, he emphasized the importance of youth activism and noted the thousands of hours that GW students contributed to the Obama campaign all over the country. “Your generation won the election,” he said. “Obama simply wouldn’t have been the nominee without you.” Plouffe also mentioned the importance of new media and technology in the Obama campaign’s success. “You have to embrace new media but you have to believe in it,” he said, explaining that politicians want to use technology to their benefit but many of them don’t understand how to use it.

Indiana: State raising the bar on taped interrogations
With some exceptions, the new rule -- which applies to interrogations beginning Jan. 1, 2011 -- prohibits the use in court of an interview of a felony suspect in police custody at a jail or police station unless video was recorded, from start to finish.
Proposal on Ohio's state power goes to full Senate
That they feel the need to protect themselves like this is telling, and chilling.
It would affirm the 10th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, giving all powers not specifically delegated to the federal government to the states and the people. Grendell, a Chesterland Republican, believes the federal government is overreaching its authority under the Obama administration in areas such as health care legislation. The resolution says states are often treated as "agents" of the federal government.
Vegas Could Be Terrorist Target
Authorities also urged residents to watch for odd behavior. While they said they don't want residents walking around paranoid but mindful of other people and what they're doing.“I don’t think there's been one terrorist attack that’s been carried out that there were not signs before it happened that someone failed to say something and act on it. That's what we don't want to happen here," Primas said.Terrorism experts are continuously meeting with schools, casinos, businesses and people who are in charge of water systems and transportation to make sure everyone is on the same page. Even after this arrest, authorities said the national threat level has not changed.
US faces UN pressure on nuclear test-ban treaty
As I receive yet another EQ DELETED notice out of Nevada....

Obama at UN, Calls for "Change … New Era of Engagement"
The Hopium of the Asses....

Could ACORN defunding bill strike military-industrial complex?

Sensing a window of opportunity with the GOP's overly-broad language, Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) is looking to build a list of firms that may also be lumped in with ACORN under the legislation.

"You see, regardless of what you think of ACORN, it is laudable to stop taxpayer money from going to organizations that commit fraud against the government," he said in a statement. "So as per the bill's text, I'm going to put into the Congressional record a list of organizations who have committed fraud against the government or employs anyone who has."

Grayson's list is now online and growing, and he's soliciting the Internet's help to add firms which have committed fraud against the government.

The congressman continued: "Please nominate organizations and show me that they need to be in the record. To help, send me the name of the organization and proof in the form of a link to evidence that this organization should be in the Congressional record. I will also need your email address so I can follow-up with you if necessary. The proof you send needs to be easily verifiable, as in credible media reports, legal documents, government data, or otherwise."

The as-of-yet unverified list reads like a who's who list of the most influential American corporations, including Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, General Electric, Raytheon, L-3 Communications, Blackwater Worldwide (now known as Xe Services, LLC), Kellogg Brown & Root, Bank of America, IBM, Halliburton, AT&T, Hewlett-Packard Company, DynCorp International Inc., CACI International, Inc., Dell, Inc., Exxon Mobil and many, many more.

"Reps. John Conyers (D-Mich.) and Barney Frank (D-Mass.) sent a letter to the Congressional Research Service on Tuesday asking it to clarify, among other things, if the Defund ACORN Act is constitutional," noted Grimm.

Raytheon And Lockheed To Gain With Obama's Shift In Missile Defense

Raytheon awarded $42 million for Swiss Air Force contract

Science Applications Wins $22 Million Marine Corps Contract

Textron CEO stepping down after 11 years

Debate Over Patriot Act Renewal Kicks Off Over Party Lines
Democrats Not Falling In Line Behind White House on Keeping Controversial Amendments....

Sept. 23, 2009 HPI Daily Wire
LUGAR PONDERS MOBILE ANTI-TERROR FORCE: US Sen. Dick Lugar said that President Obama is facing a rebellion with Senate Democrats over the war in Afghanistan...
Democrats Spar Among Themselves Over PhRMA Deal
Top House Democrats have hated the deal from the get-go. Senate Democrats are now bitterly divided. And Senate Republicans are eagerly jumping into the fray to needle the Democrats over their divisions.
Survey: 56% of Americans oppose mandatory abortion coverage
STFU, 56%, ya crazy pitchfork Jesus clingin', gun totin', racist religious loons!

Face Masks Fly Off Shelves in Preparation for Flu Season

Matt Damon Gets Clinton Global Initiative Under Way
WTF would we do without blowhard idiot Hollywood actors?

Moore of the Same
Like Moore’s more-of-the-same muckraking, Soderbergh is into some strange form of “smart and cynical” entertainment.There’s no humanity to relate to, no wit to laugh at, only chuckling at one’s own sense of superiority—if you can afford it. Both The Informant! and Capitalism: A Love Story would be a little less obnoxious had they switched titles.
Did Bob Dylan beat some dude up for going through his trash?
LOLOLOL!Prophet Zimmy upside yo head AKBAROONIE!
Some years ago I read about a slightly loony "garbologist" who liked to go through people's trash, including that of one person in particular - Mr. Robert Zimmerman of Woodstock, New York, aka Bob Dylan.

One day when said garbologist was busy in the trash cans in front of Dylan's Woodstock home, the songwriter supposedly spotted him, came tearing out of the house with the first blunt object that came to hand-a bicycle pump-and whacked the researcher upside the head with it.

If this story is true, it increases my respect for Bob Dylan. But it also brings up a question: What's the ownership status of trash? When I put it out in front of my house for pickup, is it still my property and is someone rifling through it guilty of trespassing and theft? Or is it abandoned and, as such, fair game for any passing "researcher"? - Alex Skovan, Clinton Corners, New York
Leonard Cohen's Legacy for His Concert in Israel
Those seeking to ostracize Israel through an international boycott demanded that he call it off.
Vatican Revamps Its Bank's Ranks
The double minded man is unstable in all his ways, thus sayeth Jewsus.
The Holy See announced a sweeping overhaul of the Vatican bank's management as part of Pope Benedict XVI's push for greater transparency at one of the world's most secretive financial institutions.
UK reports: Pope Benedict XVI to visit Britain

Humanist group condemn Church over sex abuse to UN
Pot, meet kettle. Black much? RACIST!

Chevron Sues Ecuador Under International Trade Law

Ecuadorian Judge Told by Court to Stay on Chevron Case

Chevron Helps Hire Two Criminal Defense Attorneys In Ecuador

FLORIDA: Decision on Raytheon pollution suit expected next week

St. Pete mayoral candidate attending Raytheon hearing

Uranium studies need some state funding
Kilgore, huh? I tell ya the shit continues to write itself.
The Virginia legislature's failure to secure state and other non-industry funding is jeopardizing the credibility - and perhaps the execution - of its proposed uranium mining studies. A study paid for by Virginia Uranium, Inc. (VUI) does nothing to avoid the appearance of influence. After a uranium mining study bill failed in the General Assembly last year, the Virginia Coal and Energy Commission, chaired by Del. Terry Kilgore, voted in November to initiate its own uranium studies.

The commission enlisted the assistance of the Virginia Center for Coal and Energy Research, headed by Dr. Michael Karmis, a mining engineer. Kilgore appointed a Uranium Mining Subcommittee with Del. Lee Ware as chairman. The subcommittee should question not just whether uranium mining and milling might be done safely, but also whether introducing this stigmatized industry into our communities is a good idea. Even if uranium can be mined safely under certain conditions, it still might not be an industry we want in Virginia.
Utahns hear plans to regulate uranium disposal

Tantalum market uncertainty as serious shortages loom

KOREA: Lee Proposes Global Body to Fight Water Crisis

Keeping an Eye on Water From Space
Satellites are increasingly being tasked with keeping an eye on the planet’s fresh water supplies, giving scientists and governments new tools to track how water is used, who is using it, and how to better manage the fragile resource. Some of the results are alarming.
Water crisis haunts UZ

Water Crisis May Compromise Bahia Blanca Industrial Zones in Argentina

The Shrinking Euphrates
And the sixth angel poured out his bowl on the great river Euphrates, and its water was dried up, to prepare the way for the kings from the East
~ Revelation 16:12

Iraq's marshes are dying a second death

CALIFORNIA: SF, East Bay fear water rationing in future

Bath used by Temple pilgrims found in Jerusalem
Dig the language in the story itself, it makes sure to assert the MUSLIM SOVEREIGNTY...
Israeli archaeologists say they have uncovered a ritual bath in Jerusalem that was likely used by Jewish pilgrims coming to the temple two millenia ago.The bath is located next to the Temple Mount, the compound in Jerusalem's Old City where two Biblical Temples stood. The second was destroyed by Roman legions in 70 A.D.The Israel Antiquities Authority says the stone bath was likely used for ritual purification by pilgrims who came to the Temple three times a year.Similar ritual baths are still used by Jews for purification.The site that once housed the temples is now Islam's third-holiest site, known to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary. The ritual bath was found under homes in what is now the Old City's Muslim Quarter.
Better version of it: Archeologists Uncover 2000 Year Old Mikva Near Kotel

Archaeologists find skeletons of suspected Trojan war-era couple







Bolivian Highjack Priest, call your office.

Earthquake damages Buddhist temples

Illinois National Guard meets with officials from 7 other states
The eight states are discussing what aid each would need from the surrounding states if an earthquake on the New Madrid Seismic Zone were to occur.
Termination dust signals the end of summer
New snow on the still hot volcano lava dome sent up clouds of steam at Redoubt on Friday, September 18

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