America will soon understand what it means to be slapped by a bully!
Posted 18 February 2014 - 03:09 AM
Japan was blamed for attacking America at Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941, no air attack took place!
March 2011 a HAARP made tsunami devastated Japan, before Fukushima Daiichi Power Station was blown to pieces in a nuclear attack!
Thousands of Jews, were absent from their workstations at the WTC in New York September 11, 2001, the day Moslem extremists were falsely blamed for attacking America, after warnings were allegedly delivered by the Odigo Hebrew language messaging service..
And from the pulpits of NY synagogues the Friday before, Jews were hoppin' about in glee filming the attacks at ground level in New Jersey, and hundred$ of million$ in profits from airline Put Option specs, were traced to Mossad HQ in Yisrael!
America was attacked on 911, by the same Zionist forces that usurped political power at home, who deployed HAARP and nuclear weapons against Japan March 2011, who nuked Japan in 1945 in alleged retaliation for the false flag Pearl Harbor attacks!
Who are similarly waging drone warfare world wide in the name of the United States, in alleged retaliation for the false flag 911 attacks.
Edited by Martin Timothy, 18 February 2014 - 03:11 AM.
Posted 18 February 2014 - 05:21 AM
America will soon understand what it means to be slapped by a bully!
I will put it to you that the ones who have "slappin'" coming, are the Jews who perpetrated the 911 attacks ..
60,000+ Jews stayed away from work at the WTC Towers on 911, warned by the Odigo Hebrew language messaging service, and from the pulpit of New York synagogues the Friday before, and watched the immolation of their co workers live on television!
Hey there Honey get rid of them blues
Daddy’s getting money you’ll be wearin’ new shoes
Turn on the telly it’ll be on the news
Stay at home today like the rest of the Jews
Cause today were gonna blow… Woo Woo /
Down the freakin buildings go Woo Woo /
We collect the dough Woo Woo /
Stay at home and watch the show… Woo Woo Woo Woodledoodledoo Rip it up Frank
Hey Man you say that four thou were away
That’s a lotta bodies at the end of the day
This is the way I see it don’t wanna be crass
There’s a whole lotta Jews thatta gotta get put on trial ///
We talked to people who were with Larry Silverstein, on 9/11, he got a phone call telling him not to show up at work, he called his daughter and she never showed up either. Rudkowski, Prison Planet.
Picture the WTC complex trials and executions are underway, gallows are straining under the weight of US citizens who conspired with traitor Jews in carrying out the attacks.
GWB's body is swinging beside Barak Obama's, Rummy is there dangling by his neck, Giuliani is hangin' alongside, Condi has been beheaded in deference to good taste and human dignity, since oft times when a woman is hanged her guts pops out from you-know-where!
Now we have come to the Jews who were warned and saved themselves to the tune of so many thousands, in response to which I have decided that mass gassing is the most humane way of exing that many.
Forty bulldozers and a hundred Mack trucks are waiting their engines idling, a glass walled gas chamber has been built, investors in put option schemes that made millions as well as those who received warnings from NY synagogues, and the ones who distributed warnings are led inside.
Family groups have not been separated.. there a few sporadic attempts at jocularity and some small amount of singing as they shuffle in, then I seal the exits like the doors to the roofs on the WTC Towers were sealed..
The exhaust from the diesel engines on the trucks and bulldozers has been diverted into a header, I activate the mechanism that causes the engines to roar into life, then flick the switch that diverts the lethal fumes into the glass walled chamber and I gas the Jews!
Posted 18 February 2014 - 08:32 AM
Thanks Hansel for posting the video on the medical doctor monopoly racket vs. naturepaths and other doctors like Dr. Glidden.
What Dr. Glidden is saying is a major reason that the new medical insurance laws were passed.
They want to completely institutionalize the medical doctor racket and force everyone to pay a ransom to support it.
Now, it's like the nice Communist public school racket where you are forced to pay for Communist schools. If you want a different education or medical care, you now have to pay twice:
1st for the drug, cut and poison doctors, or public schools,
2nd Pay again for a real education or for a real doctor.
My you don't know, Democracy means: conning, manipulating, steeling, to profit on the weaker one
Edited by Hansel, 18 February 2014 - 08:33 AM.
Posted 18 February 2014 - 09:38 AM
US family says police beat father to death
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Police officers in the US state of Oklahoma beat a man to death after he tried to stop his wife from driving away following an argument she had with their daughter.
The Rodriguez family says Mr. Luis Rodriguez was beaten to death by three police officers in the parking lot of a movie theater in the city of Moore just after midnight on Saturday.
The incident happened when the officers asked him for ID and Luis tried to bypass them in order to reach his wife, Nair, who just slapped their daughter, Lunahi, following an argument and stormed away. Luis was trying to stop his wife from driving away because she was very angry.
According to the Rodriguez family, five police officers took the father down and started to beat him.
“When they flipped him over you could see all the blood on his face, it was, he was disfigured, you couldn't recognize him,” said Lunahi.
The man’s wife also said that she knew her husband was dead by the time the officers stopped beating him.
“I saw him. His [motionless] body when people carry it to the stretcher,” she said. “I knew that he was dead.”
The Rodriguez family says they recorded the incident with a cell phone camera but police took their phone with the recording on it.
After the beating was over, the man was taken to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead. The man’s death is now under investigation and three Moore Police officers have been placed on administrative leave.
The incident happened less than two days after California police officers beat and tasered an innocent deaf man who was trying to communicate with them using his hands.
Posted 18 February 2014 - 11:28 PM
to mandrake :::::::::
you said this "" People have been saying that since Abraham Lincoln became President. We're still fine and dandy. I wouldn't want to live in Russia or China, though.""
you are still fighting the cold war and you do not see the forest because of the trees.
??? what is gaiacomm ???
i am certain that she is a neo-nazi racist. but is she foreign or white anglo.
???? she is a mystery ????
Posted 18 February 2014 - 11:55 PM
to gaiacomm ::::::::::::::
BOOOOOGGIEEEE ___ WOOOOOGGGGEEE
i am an old man who knows his identity as both an inherited and self educated belief.
you are an ignorant imbecile who has no reason posting on our russian chat line except that you are providing research material for the NORTH AMERIKAN INSTITUTE. (maybe you can see that more clearly)
Posted 19 February 2014 - 01:02 AM
to gaiacomm :::::::::::::::::
please let me point out ---
i am not an imprisoned worker on either your virginia plantaion, or on a north russian village being exploited by teutonik knights.
you do not believe me nor do you believe reality.
you are a bipolar personality, therefore you are constantly posting ideas which conflict.
Posted 19 February 2014 - 01:37 AM
The US’s long and sordid history of persecuting journalists
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Did anyone really not expect this? Reporters Without Borders docks the United States 14 places versus last year — from 32nd to 46th worldwide — in its 2014 World Press Freedom Index.
Citing the Obama administration’s abuse of the Espionage Act to harass journalists and sources, the imprisonment of US Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning, threats of arrest and even assassination of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, harassment of journalists assisting him in informing the public and a threatened 105 years in prison for journalist Barrett Brown for posting a link on a web site, RWB designates the US one of two “New World giant setting a bad example” (the other is Brazil).
These criticisms are reasonable and just, but RWB is mistaken in asserting that the US “for a long time was the embodiment of an established democracy where civil liberties reign supreme.” In fact, the US government has a long and sordid record of persecuting journalists, dating back nearly to its founding.
From criminal prosecutions of writers for “libeling” the second and third presidents of the United States to wartime censorship (not solely of important military information, even were that a reasonable excuse, but explicitly to ensure adherence to the regime’s policy lines) to morals “Comstockery” to hounding and criminal prosecution of anyone revealing embarrassing truths at inopportune moments, the American state has always treated “civil liberties” as mere conveniences to be suppressed any time they become inconveniences.
The real question raised by the continuing US slide in RWB’s rankings is: Why, in recent years, has the US found press freedom less congenial to its goals than usual and increasingly acted to suppress it?
Or, to put it in context: Why, among the world’s emerging authoritarian managerial states in the first half of the 20th century, was the US willing to accommodate more press freedom as a matter of course than Mussolini, Hitler, Franco or Stalin … and what’s changed lately to reduce its willingness to tolerate journalists and their sources?
The answer is that while those other four rulers came to power via open political violence and considered themselves (for good reason) beset from the beginnings of their reigns, the US national security state evolved more slowly and with less dissent. Its institutions weren’t overthrown; they adapted. The illusions of consensus and consent, carefully tended for most of the state’s history, were preserved relatively intact, passed down from largely apocryphal “old republic” to “New Deal” to “Great Society” to “Morning in America” to post-9/11 banana republic.
Why not let the birds squawk? They’re caged, the door is secure and when, as happens now and again, the noise becomes irritating, the state can just drop a dark cloth over the cage for a few hours of peace and quiet.
But Julian Assange pulled the cloth off the cage, Chelsea Manning pried the door open and Edward Snowden flew the coop. Barrett Browning’s wings are clipped and they’ve put a muzzle on his beak, but it’s too little, too late. Barack Obama, Keith Alexander and Mike Rogers can’t call a press conference lately without Glenn Greenwald swooping in to drop a load of something messy on their heads in public.
“Press freedom” is falling by the wayside because it now threatens the American state. Those illusions of consensus and consent served American politicians long and well, but now they’re dissolving and exposing American government as an instrument of naked force like all others.
We can have freedom — freedom of the press, freedom of speech, freedom of any and every kind — or we can have political government. We can’t have both.
Doctors Layers Politicians are Charlatans
Posted 19 February 2014 - 01:53 AM
Chomsky: World racing towards nuclear war in 2014
Sun Dec 29, 2013
“These are issues that seriously threaten the possibility of decent human survival. One of them is the growing threat of environmental catastrophe, which we are racing towards as if we were determined to fall off a precipice, and the other is the threat of nuclear war, which has not declined, in fact it’s very serious and in many respects is growing.”
Renowned American linguist, philosopher and political commentator Noam Chomsky warns that the world is racing towards “environmental catastrophe” and “nuclear war” in 2014.
Answering a question in an interview with Salon.com about the contemporary issues which particularly concerns him, the scholar answered that there are two major problems from among a long list that are worth mentioning.
“These are issues that seriously threaten the possibility of decent human survival. One of them is the growing threat of environmental catastrophe, which we are racing towards as if we were determined to fall off a precipice, and the other is the threat of nuclear war, which has not declined, in fact it’s very serious and in many respects is growing,” Chomsky said.
He added that these threats are emanating from world’s most power countries while indigenous societies are trying to avoid them.
“It’s quite striking to see that those in the lead of trying to do something about this catastrophe are what we call “primitive” societies. The first nations in Canada, indigenous societies in central America, aboriginals in Australia. They’ve been on the forefront of trying to prevent the disaster that we’re rushing towards."
"It’s beyond irony that the richest most powerful countries in the world are racing towards disaster while the so-called primitive societies are the ones in the forefront of trying to avert it,” he went on to add.
Talking about the scope and depth of US spying scandal, Chomsky said that he was not shocked by the revelations made by Edward Snowden, a former contractor to US National Security Agency (NSA) and CIA.
“Governments are power systems,” Chomsky said.
“They are trying to sustain their power and domination over their populations and they will use what means are available to do this.”
Referring to the US invasion of the Philippines about a century ago as an example, he noted that Washington used a sophisticated spying system to suppress any possible uprising by the nation.
“…right after the US invasion of the Philippines — a brutal invasion that killed a couple hundred thousand people — there was a problem for the US of pacification afterwards. What do you do to control the population to prevent another nationalist uprising? There’s a very good study of this by Alfred McCoy, a Philippines scholar at University of Wisconsin, and what he shows is that the US used the most sophisticated technology of the day to develop a massive system of surveillance, control, disruption to undermine any potential opposition and to impose very tight controls on the population which lasted for a long time and in many ways the Philippines is still suffering from this.”
Posted 19 February 2014 - 05:01 AM
Thanks Hansel for your referrence to the US occupation of the Philippines.
Next time someone whines about the Japanese killing Philippinos, remind them that they got the idea from the USA who killed about a million Philippinos for democracy.
"extermination, not of soldiers alone, that is the least of the trouble, but the people" .... "We are not fighting against enemy armies, but against an enemy people, both young and old, rich and poor, and they must feel the iron hand of war in the same way as organized armies."
US General Sherman
Around 1902: US General Jacob H. Smith tells the commanding officer of the Marines assigned to clean up the island of Samar, Philippines:
"I want no prisoners.
I wish you to kill and burn;
the more you kill and burn the better it will please me."
Posted 19 February 2014 - 06:02 AM
Guantanamo is complete violation of international law’
Sat Dec 14, 2013
What Washington is doing at its notorious prison at the Guantanamo Bay US Naval Base in Cuba “is a complete violation of international law,” says Abayomi Azikiwe, editor of Pan-African News Wire.
The Guantanamo Bay prison is “a camp which is on occupied Cuban territory [because] Cuba is a sovereign country [and] the United States has a naval base there,” said Azikiwe in a phone interview with Press TV on Thursday. “On that base, they are holding prisoners illegally.”
“These people have been subjected to no due process and this should be an issue that not only human rights organizations should be concerned about but also those within the United States Congress. The United States Congress should immediately pass a resolution closing the prison at Guantanamo Bay,” he added.
While a new US congressional deal, which still has to be approved by both chambers on Capitol Hill, seeks to ease restrictions on sending Guantanamo prisoners home, defense lawyers and rights advocates say it “does not close Guantanamo or anything close.”
Shutting down Guantanamo was a central theme of US President Barack Obama’s presidential campaign in 2008.
The Guantanamo prison in southeastern Cuba holds over 160 men seized during the US military’s “counter-terrorism” operations. Most of the prisoners have been held without charge or trial for more than a decade.
“There is absolutely no legal or security basis for” holding prisoners at Guantanamo, Azikiwe said.
On Thursday, Marine Major General Michael Lehnert, the US general who opened the prison, also said that opening Guantanamo was a mistake and that it should be shut down because the prison complex "validates every negative perception of the United States".
Azikiwe also referred to the force-feeding of the Guantanamo prisoners who went on a hunger strike earlier this year and called it “a blatant violation of human rights.”
“It is also a situation where people do not have any fundamental rights to defend themselves [or] to have evidence presented against them and this is being carried out by a country that claims to be a beacon in the leadership of international law,” he pointed out.
Posted 19 February 2014 - 08:45 AM
Celente - It’s Raining Bankers To Protect The US Dominance
Today the top trends forecaster in the world told King World News that there may in fact be over 20 dead bankers at this point, rather than the 7 that are being reported, and all of this is happening in order to protect US world dominance. Below is what Gerald Celente, founder of Trends Research and the man considered to be the top trends forecaster in the world, had to say in this remarkable interview.
Eric King: “Gerald, as you know it’s raining bankers, and Stephen Leeb told KWN this all has to do with the United States maintaining the US dollar as the world’s reserve currency. Meaning, people are being killed in order to protect secrets and to protect the dollar.”
Celente: “Yes. They are doing everything they can to keep the dollar as the reserve currency. We have more investigations into the rigging of LIBOR and global currency markets....
“So, this being done to keep the dollar strong as the economy gets weak. And maybe those involved in it on the banking side know too much, and they can’t afford for them to give up these secrets, so they are losing their lives.
I’m not a conspiracy theorist, but the facts speak for themselves: All of the sudden you are seeing a rash of bankers committing ‘suicide,’ as they call it. By some estimates we are talking about over 20 deaths now, rather than the 7 being reported. And with each new day there is a new death.
So what’s going on? Each new day there are new investigations coming out about who is rigging the FOREX markets. We know the markets are rigged, those are facts. Jim Cramer bragged last week that ‘Yes, the market is rigged.’ So it’s not a secret. But maybe the secrets are getting out, and the people that know too much are being silenced. This is more than just a coincidence, that all of the sudden there is an epidemic, so to speak, of bankers falling from buildings.
The latest news is that in Australia, their stock exchange is now dealing with yuan. So the Australians are giving the Chinese more of a presence to help assist with making the yuan part of a global reserve currency. With the US now moving to taper, we have to keep an eye on what China is doing to bolster its presence, and what kind of threat that increased presence represents to the US dollar’s status as the king of currencies.
We already know that China is the largest purchaser of physical gold in the world. So people are now beginning to wonder, is China preparing to push the yuan out as the world’s reserve currency, backed by gold? The bottom line is all of this represents an enormous threat to the US dollar’s status as the world’s reserve currency.”
Celente added: “There is no recovery. You are looking at unemployment rates around the globe in some of the struggling countries of up to 30% - 40%. You are also seeing riots around the world. In Bosnia they are burning down government buildings.
Look at what’s going on in Italy: They talk about democracy -- there’s no democracy. They just had their 3rd new government that has been installed without elections. And what the news isn’t reporting is how disgusted the Italian people are. It’s estimated that 1,000 Italian businesses are closing each day. Just today, over 60,000 business owners in Italy marched on Rome.
So we are looking at unrest around the world. Look at the riots in Venezuela, the protests going on in Brazil and Argentina. They can’t get the people off the streets in Thailand. But here is the key: I have said this before, but it’s very important to remind people -- when all else fails, they take you to war. Or maybe in the case of the bankers, when all else fails and you know too much, you’re dead.”
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