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02 September 2015 @ 10:36 pm
Aangirfan: Cameron and the conservatives - Controlled by Israel  
David Cameron and Rebekah Brooks of Rupert Murdoch's media empire.
According to The Sunday Times, 8 October 2006, David Cameron is said to be have been nicknamed 'Puff' at Eton.
Cameron shaking hands with Israeli Ambassador to Britain, Daniel Taub. www.telegraph.co.uk.

In 2012, Peter Oborne at the Telegraph pointed out the very close connections between David Cameron's Conservative Party and Israel.
80% of all Conservative Members of Parliament, and most Conservative Cabinet ministers, are members of the Conservative Friends of Israel.
The UK Conservative Party is apparently controlled by Israel.

Cameron and One Direction. TOP CONSERVATIVES.
Some would suggest that Israel is linked to the child abuse rings which are used to control Conservative politicians.
Of course it can be argued that Israel also uses child abuse rings to control key people in the other political parties and in the police, security services, military and media.


Peter Oborne writes that we may end up with "a greater Israel stretching from the Mediterranean to the Jordan river."
In early 2015, Peter Oborne left the pro-Israel Telegraph.

[image] Sir Anthony Seldon with wife Dr Joanna Seldon and daughters Susannah and Jessica
Sir Anthony Seldon has written a biography of the UK Prime Minister David Cameron.
The biography raises the question: does Cameron know what is going on behind his back?
Did J F Kennedy know what was going on behind his back?
The biography raises the question: is Cameron controlled by the Zionists?

In 1985, at the age of 19, David Cameron was in Russia, reportedly as a trainee MI6 agent.
Does MI6 control Cameron?
Or are there more important people controlling Cameron?
Andrew Feldman, chairman of the Conservative Party, is one of Cameron's oldest friends.
"I’m always telling him to bring out his inner Semite," said Feldman, referring to Cameron's Jewish ancestry (Cameron is descended from the Jewish financier Emile Levita).

"An extraordinary bid by Tony Blair to arrange a 'deal' for Gaddafi to get out of Libya is revealed by Seldon."
"The proposal was turned down by Cameron," according to Seldon.

Does Cameron know that Gaddafi was put into power by MI6 and the CIA, and, that Gaddafi was reportedly allowed to escape from Libya and head for Zimbabwe?

"The former head of Britain's Armed Forces, General Sir David Richards, has blamed David Cameron for the rise of Islamic State (ISIS)..."
Do Cameron and Richards not know that ISIS is the creation of the CIA, Mossad and MI6?

[image] King Edward VIII, said to be the half brother of Sir Anthony Blunt, one of the lovers of Guy Burgess.

Of course, one half of MI6 may not know what the other half of MI6 is up to.
Victor Rothschild, Kim Philby, Guy Burgess, Anthony Blunt and their faction within the security services kept their activities hidden from the other factions.


[image] Some of the Zionists who destroyed Libya - Bernard-Henri-Levy, Nicolas Sarkozy, Mahmoud Jibril, David Cameron - Tripoli Medical Center, 2011.
Cameron declared that "intervention in Libya is in the British national interest."
The boss of MI6, Sir John Sawers told Cameron that intervention in Libya is not a matter of 'national interest'.
"When Benghazi was secure, General Richards said that hostilities should cease and talks be opened with Gaddafi. Cameron ruled out the suggestion."

Seldon has obtained the contents of Cameron's pre-prepared speech conceding defeat to Miliband in the May 2015 General Election.
Allegedly, Cameron did not know that the Powers-That-Be had rigged the vote in certain constituencies so that Cameron would win the General Election.

clothcapclothcap on September 2nd, 2015 09:38 pm (UTC)
(Worthwhile read,intelligent comments, e.g.)
=Dublinmick said...
Interesting and I have often wondered if he was really killed. He did have a sister in Israel also.
They can never find the body, der fuhrer, Binny Ladin and now Gaddafi.
Remember Scotland yard sealed all evidence concerning the supposed Hitler bunker for 100 years.
By the way Angelo and Adolph both seem to be fond of that triangle hand sign.

=Anon said...
concerning the attempted SAS coup of Equatorial Guinea... we here through the grapevine, one of the main financiers was an individual who goes by the name of JP Archer (wonder who that could be)... and Mark Thatcher (shit Mark, if your going to help steal three illegal nukes... why not finance an illegal coup).
Concerning the late Colonel Gaddafi... I beleive he's a gonna! French agents are widely beleived to have carried out the execution (Sarkozy fundraising etc)... although his links to British establishment would have been considerably embaressing (Tony Blair, MI6 rendition... Saifs connections to London school of Econonmics... Nat Rothschild/Sith Lord Mandelson)
If your to beleive the following vid (which I do), Colonel Gaddafi was about to stick it to The Rothschilds (and everything it represents) in a major way (a certain Russian former KGB President should have done more to protect him)
Colonel Gaddafi experimenting with Extacy aside... I beleive certain elements within MI6 would have drawn up plans to protect him... but sadly they where never fullfilled... although the Libyans will NEVER give Saif Gaddafi (again links to Nat Rothschild, plans to allow him to take control... even against the will of his father... where never put into place)
Water (like the recent revalations in Kenya) may have have alot to do with the Rothschild/CIA/NATO control of Libya... I have sooo much time on Libya it is unreal!!! Also Phosphates/Potash (Morroco holds the current monopoloy... also Belarus/Putin)
the usual oil/gold/petro dollar...
RIP Colonel Gaddafi!!!

Edited at 2015-09-02 09:40 pm (UTC)
clothcapclothcap on September 2nd, 2015 09:46 pm (UTC)
Cameron regime's Con men's successes
Rate of company collapses continues to fall across UK economy
By Tim Wood 31 July 2015
This year’s falling rate of company failures is gathering pace as even the manufacturing sector sees a turnaround in insolvency levels. New figures from the Exaro Insolvency Index show how company failures fell faster in the second quarter of the year than in the first. The construction sector saw a strong year-on-year decrease, and Scotland had a turnaround from the previous quarter.
More http://www.exaronews.com/articles/5620/rate-of-company-collapses-continues-to-fall-across-uk-economy

Tata Steel mothballs part of Llanwern plant, cutting 250 jobs
BBC 26 August 2015
Tata Steel is to mothball part of its plant in Newport for the third time in six years with the loss of hundreds of jobs.
Community union said 250 jobs are to go, mainly at Llanwern, which employs 1,500 workers.
Tata said it needed to "reduce costs and focus on manufacturing higher-value products".
The Welsh government said it would look at how it could help Tata, calling the news "extremely disappointing".
More http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-south-east-wales-34065990
The IPCC's engineer's company that blossomed once it had UN connections. Known for dodgy charities in the UK. Elsewhere?
clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 12:01 am (UTC)
Hearing Shines Light on Social Cost of Carbon Sophistry
by Marlo Lewis on July 26, 2015
Four witnesses testified on “the Obama administration’s Social Cost of Carbon” at a House Resources Committee hearing last week. Today’s post highlights key points from the testimonies of Cato Institute scientist Patrick Michaels and Heritage Foundation economist Kevin Dayaratna.
SCC Basics
First some background. The social cost of carbon (SCC) is the present discounted value of cumulative damages allegedly inflicted on society by an incremental metric ton of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions over a period of decades to centuries.
Discernible in neither meteorological nor economic data, carbon’s social cost exists in the virtual world of “integrated assessment models” (IAMs) — computer programs that combine speculative climatology with speculative economics. By fidding with non-validated climate parameters, made-up damage functions, and below-market discount rates, SCC analysts can get almost any result they desire.
What they typically desire is to make fossil fuels look unaffordable no matter how cheap, and renewables look like a bargain at any price. However curious as an academic exercise, when used to make or influence public policy, SCC analysis is computer-aided sophistry.
The Obama administration’s Interagency Working Group (IWG) on the social cost of carbon uses three IAMs — DICE, FUND, and PAGE — to estimate SCC values. EPA and the Department of Energy routinely incorporate SCC estimates into the cost-benefit analyses they use to justify their regulatory proposals. The White House now requires all federal agencies to incorporate SCC estimates in environmental impact reviews under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
Agencies have an incentive to periodically increase SCC estimates to make their regulations look more valuable. For example, the IWG’s 2013 technical support document (TSD) increased the SCC values of the group’s 2010 TSD by roughly 60%.
In other words, in just four short years, climate change somehow got 60% worse and CO2 reductions 60% more valuable. Yet during that period, climate models increasingly overestimated global warming, and multiple datasets still showed no clear link between climate change and the frequency and strength of storms, droughts, and floods. Your tax dollars at work!
Earlier this month, the IWG published its response to comments (RTC) on the 2013 TSD. The IWG made minor technical corrections in how it ran the DICE and PAGE models but did not accept any of the substantive corrections recommended in 150 significant comment letters.
With that as context, let’s turn to the testimonies.
/Continues under
clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 12:04 am (UTC)
Re: Hearing Shines Light on Social Cost of Carbon Sophistry
Patrick Michaels
A critical input in SCC calculations is climate sensitivity, an estimate of how much warming results from a doubling of carbon dioxide-equivalent greenhouse gas concentrations. Both the 2013 TSD and the IWG’s July 2015 RTC reaffirm the IPCC 2007 Fourth Assessment Report’s (AR4) “best” climate sensitivity estimate of 3ºC.
That is unacceptible, Michaels argues. Some 14 recent studies and 20 experiments estimate lower sensitivities, averaging about 2ºC.
Climate Sensitivity Michaels & Knappenberger Roe & Baker vs Recent Studies
[Image and explanation]
Worse, the administration’s SCC analysis is structurally biased. Literally thousands of empirical observations show that rising CO2 concentrations increase crop yields. Combining such information with economic data from the Food and Agriculture Organization on 45 of the world’s most important food crops, climate researcher Craig Idso estimates that the CO2 fertilization effect boosted global agricultural output by $3.2 trillion during 1961-2011 and will increase output by another $9.8 trillion during 2012-2050. Yet, Michaels observes, “only one of the three IAMs used by the IWG has any substantial impact from carbon dioxide fertilization, and the one that does [FUND], underestimates the effect by approximately 2-3 times.”
If all three models incorporated Idso’s CO2 fertilization benefit, SCC estimates would be very low or, in some computations, even “negative,” meaning the net impact is beneficial.
In any event, models lacking significant CO2 fertilization — a “known physical effect” — should be disqualified from use in regulatory analysis.
Kevin Dayaratna
Dayaratna, who has run the DICE and FUND models with reasonable alternative inputs, finds that IAMs are “far too sensitive to the modeler’s assumptions to be legitimate tools for regulatory policy.” Dayaratna and his colleagues examined how assumptions regarding three key inputs — discount rates, time horizon, and climate sensitivity distribution — determine SCC estimates.
Climate change mitigation is an investment with relatively predictable near-term costs and largely (or entirely) speculative payoffs decades and even centuries into the future. Whether mitigation is a prudent investment of scarce resources critically depends on the discount rates selected to estimate the present value of avoided CO2 emissions in 2050, 2100, and beyond.
Continues with OMB Circular A-4
clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 12:06 am (UTC)
Lebanon: Emotional Narratives vs. Real Analysis
Anthony Cartalucci 2 Sept 15
This RT "Op-Edge" is very misleading. It is indicative of many disappointing pieces I have read from across the alternative media regarding recent protests in Lebanon that replace research and information with emotional narratives.
For all I know, the author is an honest, intelligent, well-meaning person who simply wants to believe in "people power." But they have done themselves and the people who depend on them a disservice by failing to identify who is behind this protest, where the money comes from, and how it really fits into reality.
Assaad Thebian is noted as one of the leaders of the Lebanese "YouStink!" protest which for those keeping score looks like the NED's "Electric Yerevan" almost done verbatim to the letter.
Thebian himself is an alumni of the US State Department's Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) - which itself admits it is a tool for executing US foreign policy through NGOs abroad.
[More names and details]
So we see, despite claims this is a "genuine" "spontaneous" protest of "defiance," we should know through commonsense alone that protests require organization, leadership, and physical infrastructure and finances to carry out and always serve one group of special interests or another. That several core members are already easily identified as either directly tied to the US State Department, or are regularly supporting US foreign policy, tells us the "YouStink!" protest is actually what stinks.
clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 12:08 am (UTC)
Sputnik: Kerry
Gentle Hint? Kerry Says All States Support Deal ‘With One Exception’
© AFP 2015/ Don Emmert 02.09.2015
The entire international community with the exception of Israel backs the Iranian nuclear agreement, US Secretary of State John Kerry said in a speech on Wednesday to gather domestic support for the deal.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — Kerry stated the broad international support for the Iran nuclear agreement "says something significant about the quality of the plan."
"Internationally, the agreement is being backed, with one exception, by each of the more than 100 countries that have taken a formal position," Kerry said, adding that the UN Security Council and nuclear states have unanimously approved the deal.
More http://sputniknews.com/politics/20150902/1026504120.html

Kerry: Syrian Settlement With Russia's Help Can Resolve EU Migrant Crisis
Syrian reconciliation may help to resolve the migrant crisis Europe is currently facing, US Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday.
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — The European Union is in the middle of a large-scale refugee crisis, as thousands of people attempt to cross into the bloc, fleeing violence in their home countries in the Middle East and North Africa.
"We in the State Department are trying to think through various ways to try to make a contribution to solving [the migrant crisis], but one of the key things is resolving Syria obviously, and resolving Syria requires cooperation with Russia, Saudi Arabia," Kerry said in an interview aired on CNN.
More http://sputniknews.com/politics/20150902/1026504120.html
clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 12:20 am (UTC)
Greek coast guard finds weapons shipment on cargo ship
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — A Greek coast guard special unit raided a Bolivian-flagged freighter early Tuesday off the southern island of Crete and found a shipment of undeclared weapons apparently headed for Libya.
The coast guard identified the cargo vessel as the Haddad 1, which sailed from the Turkish port of Iskenderun on Aug. 29 and was headed for Libya's western harbor of Misrata.
It said in an announcement that the ship "was carrying arms without legal documentation." It wasn't initially clear what kind of armaments the vessel had on board.
More http://news.yahoo.com/greek-coast-guard-finds-weapons-shipment-cargo-ship-110022212.html
clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 12:22 am (UTC)
'Voting Machines Are Being Manipulated' - Kansas
Statistician Explains Her Remarkable Allegations, Evidence: 'BradCast' 8/31/2015
Guest: Wichita University's Beth Clarkson, PhD, on her theory and KS Sec. of State's attempt to block her citizen audit of touch-screen systems showing unexplained vote increases for the GOP in large precincts
Also: NM Sec. of State charged with 64 criminal counts...
By Brad Friedman on 8/31/2015, 5:42pm PT
Whether statistician Beth Clarkson, PhD, head of Wichita University's National Institute for Aviation Research, is ultimately proven correct, today's must-listen, in-depth interview with her on The BradCast should remind us all, once again, why neither election officials nor voting systems are simply to be trusted.
Without the ability to carry out public oversight, democracy vanishes. That's what's happening right now in the state of Kansas, where Sec. of State Kris Kobach is attempting to block Clarkson's legal attempt to audit touch-screen voting system "paper trails" in Sedgwick County (Wichita), the state's most populous county.
Confirming a theory initially reported by two other statisticians in 2012 [PDF], Clarkson has found that computer-reported results from larger precincts in the state, with more than 500 voters, show a "consistent" statistical increase in votes for the Republican candidates in general elections (and even a similar increase for establishment GOP candidates versus 'Tea Party' challengers during Republican primaries). Those results run counter to conventional political wisdom that Democrats perform better in larger, more urban precincts.
More http://bradblog.com/?p=11331
clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 12:23 am (UTC)
Satellite images confirm destruction of famed temple in Syria's Palmyra: UN
1 September 2015
IS had already destroyed a smaller temple, Baal Shamin, at Palmyra last week
GENEVA, Switzerland - Satellite images confirm the destruction of another famed temple in Syria's Palmyra, the United Nations said late Monday.
"We can confirm destruction of the main building of the Temple of Bel as well as a row of columns in its immediate vicinity," the UN training and research agency UNITAR said, providing satellite images from before and after a powerful blast in the ruins of the ancient city Sunday.
The blast had already raised fears Monday that the Islamic State (IS) group had damaged another of the Middle East's most treasured heritage sites.
UNITAR said its satellite programme put to rest any doubts that the 2,000-year-old Temple of Bel had been destroyed in the blast.
More + pics http://www.middleeasteye.net/news/satellite-images-confirm-destruction-famed-temple-syrias-palmyra-un-179063792
clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 12:30 am (UTC)
Obama’s Alaska Trip: Do We Have a Climate Change Problem or a Russia Problem?
by Marlo Lewis on September 1, 2015
Is the glass half empty or half full? If you listen to climate activists, melting polar ice can only mean trouble, with competition for previously inaccessible resources setting the stage for great power conflict, a return to Cold War tensions, or worse.
Yet, as noted in a previous post, activists also warn that climate change will promote conflict by making resources scarcer. The Arctic contains 13% of the world’s undiscovered oil and 30% of its undiscovered natural gas, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. If Arctic ice melt leads to greater global energy supply, opens the fabled Northwest Passage, and facilitates trade, it could also foster cooperation and peace.
Here’s my two cents. Whatever happens to the polar ice cap in coming decades, nations are more likely to cooperate and resolve disputes peacefully if the United States possesses the capability and will to deter aggression. As factors determining national security risk, potential adversaries’ longstanding geopolitical ambitions and evolving capabilities are likely to matter more than climate change.
The Obama administration, it seems, is worried about Russia’s expanding presence in the Arctic, but wants the public to think we have a climate change problem rather than a Russia problem.
Today is the second day of the President’s three-day trip to Alaska “to shine a spotlight on the impacts of climate change.” As reported in the New York Times by Julie Herschfeld Davis, Obama will “propose speeding the acquisition and building of new Coast Guard icebreakers that can operate year-round in the nation’s polar regions, part of an effort to close the gap between the United States and other nations, especially Russia, in a global competition to gain a foothold in the rapidly changing Arctic.”
Russia is far ahead of us in ice breakers, and the “gap” is growing:
The aging Coast Guard fleet is not keeping pace with the challenge, the administration acknowledged, noting that the service has the equivalent of just two “fully functional” heavy icebreakers at its disposal, down from seven during World War II. Russia, by contrast, has 41 of the vessels, with plans for 11 more. China unveiled a refurbished icebreaker in 2012 and is building another.
Russia is also building military bases. Davis quotes Alaska Gov. Bill Walker, who traveled with the President on Air Force One yesterday:
“It’s the biggest buildup of the Russian military since the Cold War,” Mr. Walker said, noting Alaska’s proximity to Russia. “They’re reopening 10 bases and building four more, and they’re all in the Arctic, so here we are in the middle of the pond, feeling a little bit uncomfortable.”
The map below, from an Aug. 31 NYT article by Stephen Lee Meyers, shows the Arctic areas with a >50% chance of large undiscovered oil and gas reserves, each country’s exclusive economic zone, and international waters (“high seas”).
Arctic Exclusive Economic Zones
clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 12:49 am (UTC)
Re: Obama’s Alaska Trip: Do We Have a Climate Change Problem or a Russia Problem?
From Clean Power Plan: Reactions to EPA’s Preview “Fact Sheet”
Besides, what really matters in assessing climate change risk is how fast the planet is warming compared to the forecasts on which scary-sounding climate impact scenarios are based. Here’s the big picture you won’t see in EPA’s “fact sheets”:
Christy Models vs Observations 1979 - Mar. 2015, Figure 1

In the latest (UAH V.6) version of the University of Alabama in Huntsville satellite record, the lower atmosphere warming rate of the past 36 years is 0.114ºC/decade — about the same rate the IPCC projects in its most aggressive emission-reduction scenario (RCP2.6).
Is this a great atmosphere, or what?
clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 12:38 am (UTC)
Press TV
Over 12,000 Icelanders to house Syrian asylum seekers
Pakistan airstrikes kill 15 militants in northwest
The Red Cross says two of its staff members have been shot dead in northern Yemen.
Yemen Health ministry: At least 20 killed, scores injured as double blasts hit mosque in Sana’a

Scott Horton
Jamie Dettmer
Bizarre Blumenthal utterly oblivious Libya has only tiny Shia presence; he worries in one email about Sunni-Shia conflict erupting!
Imani Gandy
Now we're supposed to call cops "sir" and "ma'am" and buy them lunch? Stop smoking the crack, Dan Patrick.

A. Smith
Ex-French PM: 'US drawing Europe into crusade against Russia'
Apartheid Israel caught,exposed treating wounded ISIS Terrorists fresh from Syrian,Iraqi Battlefields

Activist Post
The Global Economy Is Officially Melting Down
“Whistleblower” Cop Faces Prison After Exposing Dept Washing Blood Away
Undercover FBI agents spy on burningman2015 to test out new 'intelligence collection' technology
How TV Affects Your Brain Chemistry for the Worst Part 2 -

'Don't believe these reports': Putin spox on Russian fighter jets in Syria claims
Ukraine names Russia as ‘military adversary’ in official defense doctrine
RT America
Sealed: Obama secures votes to override Congress on IranDeal

Syria Deeply
Battle Fatigue Leads Many Syrian Rebels to Leave Fight Against Assad Government
[There weren't so many to start with]

Net News Global
Friendly Fire and Civilian Deaths: Yemen Buckling Under Saudi Airstrikes
`Zero tolerance for terror`: Israeli PM considers allowing police to shoot stone-throwers
Debt Crisis: We Need a New Europe – Austrian Magazine
Russia's Putin Drafts Bill to Dump Dollar, Euro from CIS Trade
Russia takes over UNSC presidency - news conference - On Air
Gentle Hint? Kerry Says All States Support Deal 'With One Exception'
Czechs Want EU Borders Closed - Poll

Cory Morningstar ‏@elleprovocateur
Avaaz: Imperialist Pimps of Militarism, Protectors of the Oligarchy, Trusted Facilitato
Polio in two Ukrainian children first occurrence of disease in Europe since 2010
Harald Doornbos
So irresponsible. As EU welcomes 100,000s of Syrians, this @HRW guy suggesting it's 1942 all over again.
Andrew Stroehlein
Czech police pull 200 refugees off trains & mark them with numbers on their forearms
Italian activist violently arrested and beaten by Israeli soldiers in occupied Palestine.
Even Netanyahu calls them “terrorists”: How the U.S. aids Israelis convicted of violent crimes against Palestinians
Refugees Should Seek Refuge In Synagogues

The Buzzer
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clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 05:24 pm (UTC)
Tunisia wakes up to an upward wealth transfer regime assembly
During a protest this week, many denounced a proposed law which they say will whitewash the country's most corrupt businessmen and public officials
Yasmine Ryan 02 September 2015
The crowd does not get far. In Tunisia, the birthplace of the Arab Spring, authorities are increasingly disdainful of dissent.
“There are many thieves in Tunisia and we are sick of it,” says Nawres Daboussi, 19, surrounded by police in the courtyard outside the headquarters of the Tunisian General Labour Union in Tunis. “This law is really ridiculous; it makes a mockery of the fact that we had a revolution in the first place,” the student adds, before going back to join her fellow protesters. “Resistance, resistance, no reconciliation!” they chant, pressing up against the police barrier.
Tunisia was once widely hailed as the only success story of the Arab Spring. On 14 January 2011, its President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali fled the country and the police became the targets of widespread anger. Since then, however, the government that was elected in late 2014 includes many figures from the old regime. And there are growing signs that old habits are creeping back.
The OWG pursuers typically take two steps forward in freedom reduction, financial imposition, and the spread of permanent chaos. And one step back when protest arises. [We're supposed to be grateful]
When a popular revolution occurs they allow one step forward then force 2 steps back.
clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 06:43 pm (UTC)
True to character Cameron not letting a tragedy go to waste. During his "as a father myself" speech blames Assad for the refugees. Neglecting to confess to existing UK involvement in Syria nor that his war of aggression on Libya opened the floodgates.
clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 07:02 pm (UTC)
Make your voice heard: Sign The Independent's petition to welcome refugees
Millions of people need our help. It's time we took a stand
3 September 2015
The Second World War started 76 years ago this week. What followed in the years from 1939 was death and the displacement of people on a scale never before seen.
Europe is now at peace. But the continent cannot escape the impact of conflicts in the Middle East and Africa which are driving innocent men, women and children in their millions to seek safety in the West. European leaders have manifestly failed in their response to the crisis, dithering in the hope that the migratory tide might turn.
clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 10:18 pm (UTC)
clothcapclothcap on September 3rd, 2015 10:39 pm (UTC)
27 Iraqi civilians killed by Canadian Airstrikes- Where is the hysteria?
Penny September 3, 2015
Exploitation by the media, of the masses, is rampant and commonplace-
But today & yesterday the media manipulation is in high gear. Pretty sure everyone who reads here is more then aware of the story of the young child, washed up on a beach in Turkey. That story is being used for maximum manipulative effect. Here in Canada, it's being overplayed. Used in an unscrupulous fashion to push agendas. Point Fingers. And obfuscate reality.
I'm not here today to talk about that incident!
Today, we are going to discuss the fact that 27 Iraqi civilians were killed in the name of Canada and Canadians. And these 27 deaths went unnoticed. Barely mentioned. Garnering no more then a handful of news items when the news was finally leaked, eight months after the 27 civilian deaths occured! Canada, like her neighbour to the south, always covers, hides, lies, obfuscates and downplays the many horrific atrocities done in this nations name.
And, if I may be so blunt? It's way past time for the majority of Canadians to ingest their big heaping serving of reality!
Globe and Mail
Newly released Pentagon records are shedding more light on an accusation against CF-18 fighter pilots first reported by The Globe and Mail last month. The Canadian military says it never investigated the matter because coalition forces found no evidence to support the charge.
An English-speaking Peshmerga soldier told the U.S. military that as many as 27 civilians died during aerial bombardment by Canadian pilots, American military documents show.
However, the Canadian military made it clear to the United States shortly after the alleged incident that it felt no obligation under the Geneva Conventions to probe what happened, the Pentagon records show.
“It should be noted that Canadian Joint Operations Command [legal advisers] opinion is that, under the Law of Armed Conflict (LOAC) there are no obligations for the Canadian Armed Forces to conduct an investigation,” the documents say.
The Canadian Armed Forces is refusing to discuss the details of the alleged civilian casualties and is playing down the matter, saying that “the source of this allegation had himself heard of these potential casualties through a second-hand account” and that nobody could corroborate it.
More http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.co.uk/2015/09/27-iraqi-civilians-killed-by-canadian.html
Licence to reduce the population without accountability.
HM as a least has not avoided this happening.