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Posted: 17 Nov 2011 03:51 AM PST
A senior Foreign Office official says British government ministers have been told to expect Israeli military action in the wake of the UN watchdog report "as early as Christmas or very early in the new year," the London Daily Mail reported Thursday, Nov. 10. The ministers were told that Israel would strike Iran's nuclear sites "sooner rather than later" – with "logistical support" from the US.
Posted: 17 Nov 2011 03:41 AM PST
Like a schoolyard bully, President Barack Obama is flexing American military muscle as he currently sweeps through the Asia-Pacific region. The nominal impetus for the tour was the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit held in Hawaii last week. But rather than discussing "economics" (the E in APEC), the salient focus for Obama and his entourage appears to be "war" – and in particular laying down battle lines to China. Testy relations with China is nothing new for Washington given recent months of US haranguing over trade and finance, but what Obama's bombast signals is a sinister ramping up of the militarist agenda towards Beijing. As if bouncing underlings and lackeys into his gang, the American president has moved on from Honolulu with stopovers in Australia, Indonesia and elsewhere. Given the primary economic power of China in the hemisphere, it might be thought appropriate for Obama to make a cordial visit to Beijing to discuss partnerships and policies to revive the global economy. But no. The omission of China on this major US tour seems to be a deliberate snub to Beijing and a message to the region: that China is to be isolated and ringfenced. This is the stuff of warmongering writ large. The blatant aggression is naturally smoothed over and made palatable by the Western mainstream media. Reporting on Obama's unilateral belligerence at the APEC, the Washington Post bemoans: "Try as he might to focus Asian and Pacific leaders on forging new economic partnerships during a regional summit here, President Obama has spent much of his time in private meetings with his counterparts discussing another pressing concern: national security [that is, US military power]." The Financial Times reports breathlessly: "Barack Obama will not set foot in China during his swing through the Asia-Pacific region… yet the country's rapid economic ascent and military advances will provide the backdrop for almost everything he does on the trip." Note the assertion that...
Posted: 17 Nov 2011 03:34 AM PST
Our planet is clearly under attack. Anyone even half awake can see the world today is careening towards disaster when there is no reason for it. Our resources are plentiful, and the vast majority of people on earth are loving, ethical and well meaning individuals. However, those in places of authority and economic power appear to be maniacal psychopaths constantly scheming for new ways to use and abuse humanity and its beautiful home called Earth, or Terra.
Posted: 17 Nov 2011 03:24 AM PST
vAs anticipated by LEAP/E2020, the second half of 2011 is seeing the world continuing its unstoppable descent into global geopolitical dislocation characterized by the convergence of monetary, financial, economic, social, political and strategic crises. After 2010 and early 2011 which has seen the myth of a recovery and exit from the crisis shattered, it's now uncertainty that dominates the States' decision-making processes just like businesses and individuals, inevitably generating increasing apprehension for the future. The context singularly lends itself: social explosions, political paralysis and / or instability, return to the global recession, fear over banks, currency war, the disappearance of more than ten trillion USD in ghost-assets in three months, widespread lasting and rising unemployment...
Posted: 17 Nov 2011 03:13 AM PST
According to the mass media fog machine, the following phenomena are really not worth reporting. In fact, by their omission they literally do not fully exist in people's minds but are just slight vague ephemeral illusions dancing on the fringe of their consciousness. As many people say to this day, "if 9/11 was an inside job the media would have been all over it."
Posted: 17 Nov 2011 02:45 AM PST
Right now, we are watching the early rounds of a heavyweight fight between two extremely determined opponents. Occupy Wall Street has no plans of losing this fight and neither do law enforcement authorities. Perhaps those running the show actually believed that raiding Zuccotti Park and more than a dozen other "Occupy camps" around the nation would end these protests, but that is just not going to happen. Whatever your opinion of Occupy Wall Street is, everyone should be able to agree that this is one dedicated bunch. They are absolutely obsessed with their cause and in response to the recent raid on Zuccotti Park organizers are calling for "a national day of direct action" on Thursday.
Posted: 17 Nov 2011 02:25 AM PST
Posted: 17 Nov 2011 02:13 AM PST
A dear friend (a retired physicist who's awakened to 9/11 truth, but is still geopolitically asleep) recently commented over lunch on how dangerous these "Muslim terrorists" are as he fearfully pondered which American target these madmen might attack next. I asked him, "So tell me: who are the Americans these crazy Muslims have attacked thus far?"
Posted: 17 Nov 2011 01:57 AM PST
America's most convenient appliance – microwave ovens are an absolute necessity in today's fast-paced world. Microwaves are currently present in at least 90% of homes in America. They offer a simple and extremely rapid way to cook or reheat food or liquids. The majority of people use this kitchen appliance without question and think they are no more than a simple alternative to conventional ovens for when they don't feel like cooking or need food fast.
Posted: 17 Nov 2011 01:29 AM PST
David Williams did not have an easy life. He moved to Newburgh, a gritty, impoverished town on the banks of the Hudson an hour or so north of New York, at just 10 years old. For a young, black American boy with a father in jail, trouble was everywhere. Williams also made bad choices. He ended up going to jail for dealing drugs. When he came out in 2007 he tried to go straight, but money was tight and his brother, Lord, needed cash for a liver transplant. Life is hard in Newburgh if you are poor, have a drug rap and need cash quickly.
Posted: 17 Nov 2011 01:18 AM PST
The scenario: You want to get a few ideas of how you would handle 'tough times' for a year, if it were upon you. What should you do now, while things are relatively good, to prepare for tough times? First, let's make a few assumptions… Assumptions: You already have the basic needs and supplies that you need for day-to-day living, based on where you already live. In this case, our definition of 'tough times' will be mostly economic, e.g. someone has lost their job and money is tight (tighter), or perhaps you still have a job, but prices have been going out of control and there is turmoil (social and financial) in the streets.