March 24th, 2011

Writer's Block: It must be love

Do you remember your first crush? Did you ever tell that person about your feelings?

Sure. I was a young teenager. Colleen Murphy (Irish father) was slightly darker skinned than me and my parents were horrified. She lived next to a railway station and her dad was a railway employee. She was the most beautiful girl I had ever seen. When I asked her out I had never been so terrified in my life. I remember her as if it was yesterday.

The kill Gaddafi war, etcetera

 
The kill Gaddafi war, etcetera

“War is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives.”
War is a racket. (1935)

“I spent 33 years and four months in active military service and during that period I spent most of my time as a high class muscle man for Big Business, for Wall Street and the bankers. In short, I was a racketeer, a gangster for capitalism. I helped make Mexico and especially Tampico safe for American oil interests in 1914. I helped make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for the National City Bank boys to collect revenues in. I helped in the raping of half a dozen Central American republics for the benefit of Wall Street. I helped purify Nicaragua for the International Banking House of Brown Brothers in 1902-1912. I brought light to the Dominican Republic for the American sugar interests in 1916. I helped make Honduras right for the American fruit companies in 1903. In China in 1927 I helped see to it that Standard Oil went on its way unmolested. Looking back on it, I might have given Al Capone a few hints. The best he could do was to operate his racket in three districts. I operated on three continents.”

Socialist newspaper Common Sense, 1935 /Via Alarmist wiki. Major General Smedley Darlington Butler (1881-07-30 – 1940-07-21, one of the most colorful officers in the Marine Corps’ long history, was one of the two Marines who received two Medals of Honor for separate acts of outstanding heroism.)
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Libyan rebellion has radical Islamist fervor: Benghazi link to Islamic militancy:U.S. Military Document Reveals. Daya Gamage – Foreign News Desk Asian Tribune
Well known to the United States policymakers in Obama White House and Clinton State Department along with the National Security Council but not widely known to American mainstream media, the U.S. West Point Military Academy’s Combating Terrorism Center document reveals that Libya sent more fighters to Iraq’s Islamic militancy on a per-capita basis than any other Muslim country, including Saudi Arabia.
Perhaps more alarmingly for Western policymakers, most of the fighters came from eastern Libya, the center of the current uprising against Muammar el-Qaddafi.
The analysis of the Combating Terrorism Center of West Point was based on the records captured by coalition forces in October 2007 in a raid near Sinjar, along Iraq’s Syrian border.
The eastern Libyan city of Darnah sent more fighters to Iraq than any other single city or town, according to the West Point report. It noted that 52 militants came to Iraq from Darnah, a city of just 80,000 people (the second-largest source of fighters was Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, which has a population of more than 4 million).
Benghazi, the capital of Libya’s provisional government declared by the anti-Qaddafi rebels, sent in 21 fighters, again a disproportionate number of the whole.
If the 2007 captured records revealed the Eastern Libyan participation in the anti-coalition forces militancy in Iraq one could imagine the Banghazi-Darnah export of Islamists since then.
“Libyans were more fired up to travel to Iraq to kill Americans than anyone else in the Arabic-speaking world,” Andrew Exum, a counterinsurgency specialist and former Army Ranger noted in a blog posting recently. “This might explain why those rebels from Libya’s eastern provinces are not too excited about U.S. military intervention. It might also give some pause to those in the United States so eager to arm Libya’s rebels.” /more

2009 US Embassy secret Diplomatic Cable from Tripoli Highlighted Strong US-Libya Counter-terrorism Relationship
[...] Lieberman in his discussion with the Libyan leader and his son further noted that “common enemies sometimes make better friends. The Senators recognized Libya’s cooperation on counterterrorism and conveyed that it was in the interest of both countries to make the relationship stronger. They encouraged Libya to sign the Highly Enriched Uranium transfer agreement by August 15 in order to fulfill its obligation to transfer its nuclear spent fuel to Russia for treatment and disposal.” /more

Thanks Asian Tribune.
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Russia urges immediate Libya ceasefire . Russian defense minister has called for immediate ceasefire in Libya as US-led military coalition forces escalates their aerial and sea attacks on the north African country. /more Press TV
Pakistan is following, with serious concern, the developments in Libya in the wake of the military strikes. The loss of precious human lives is indeed regrettable. Peaceful political solution needs to be evolved by the Libyan people themselves in the spirit of mutual accommodation and national reconciliation.

China isn’t backing down on its opposition to the no-fly zone. Foreign ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu used a regular news briefing today to say that China had “deep concern” about civilian casualties and the possibility of a “humanitarian disaster” and wanted an end to the fighting.
[The air assault] is primarily a political decision taken by a few Western powers, and the very first message it delivers is that these Western powers are still the judge and executioner on a global level.The West has dominated the world for centuries, and clinging to world dominance still remains its major strategy.”

[Iraq, Iran and Venezuela have joined the calls for a ceasefire. Seems all the nations not concerned with US funding are against the international war on Libya.]
In France 66 per cent of those surveyed supported the intervention.
In the US Obama has been accused of acting outside their constitution, i.e. unconstitutionally.
Curiously the US jet that crashed “experienced equipment malfunction” over an area of conflict. Just coincidence I’m sure.

Thanks AlJazeera Libya live
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Germany pulls out of NATO operations
Germany has pulled out of NATO operations in the Mediterranean due to the disagreement over the forces’ mission in Libya.
The German defense ministry said on Tuesday that Berlin pulled out of any military operations in the Mediterranean following the Western military alliance’s involvement in the Libya conflict, DPA reported.
A ministry spokesman said two frigates and two other ships with a crew of 550 would be reverted to German command. /more Press TV

Ron Paul: Obama Moving Us Toward One World Government. Congressman Ron Paul made a sweep of television appearances yesterday to voice his strong opposition to the attack on Libya, and making it clear that the president is subverting US national sovereignty by bypassing Congress to engage in illegal acts of aggression. /Prison Planet
Nobel Committee asked to strip Obama of Peace Prize. The Bolivian President and a Russian political leader have launched a campaign to revoke Obama’s honour after the US attacked Libya. /Digital Journal
UN Powers Violate Their Own Resolution By Targeting Gaddafi. As the contrived moral high ground behind the absurdly hypocritical “humanitarian” pretext of the attack on Libya collapses in the wake of Russia, the Arab League and the African Union condemning the US-led NATO bombings, so does any pretense of legality that the “no fly zone” resolution holds, because the obvious attempt to assassinate Gaddafi violates not only U.S. law, but the UN’s own charter. /Prison Planet

America’s Hidden Hand Behind The UN Resolution For A No-fly Zone Over Libya
The UN Security Council, spurred on by the United States, passed resolution 1973 (2011) authorizing a no-fly zone — a euphemism for war — over Libya.
[...] Veteran Indian diplomat M K Bhadrakumar writes:
The plain truth is that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the European Union (EU) commanded AL to speak since they need a fig leaf to approach the United Nations Security Council. . . .
The Western powers had earlier mentioned the AL and African Union (AU) in the same breath as representing “regional opinion”. Now it seems the AU isn’t so important — it has become an embarrassment. African leaders are proving to be tough nuts to crack compared to Arab playboy-rulers.
The Arab League resolution was rammed through by Amr Moussa, Secretary-General of the Arab League, who hopes to succeed Hosni Mubarak as Egypt’s next president. Arab leaders, who depend upon the U.S. for their continued existence, were not hard to persuade. /more Global Research

‘How do we get out of this?’ Hillary Clinton reveals Gaddafi may be considering exile
Exit: The Libyan dictator may be planning his exit strategy ‘and we would encourage that’, said Hillary Clinton
She said the American administration was getting reports his inner circle may have reached out around the world to ask ‘How do we get out of this?’. /Mail [Venezuela, Nicaragua, Cuba and others, not as if Gaddafi has no options.]

I wonder how much dirt Gaddafi can reveal. Perhaps that is the reason for the enthusiasm shown in the quest by Cameron to assassinate him. A trial could be a disaster, Sarkozy’s future is already uncertain due to his closeness to the Libyan leader. IMO an enquiry into Rompuy’s equal closeness should be held.

Other areas of conflict:
Dershowitz’s Radioactive Plume
Israel’s sizable nuclear arsenal is somehow overlooked by Dershowitz.
(ISTANBUL) – Professor Alan M. Dershowitz
While some friends of the Jewish state are preoccupied with the possibility of a sushi shortage in Israel thanks to the disaster in Japan, Harvard’s crazed law professor Alan M. Dershowitz has more important things on his mind.
His most recent dispatch, entitled “Israel Now Has The Right To Attack Iran’s Nuclear Reactors,” begins with the assertion that “Iran’s recent attempt to ship arms to Hamas in Gaza is an act of war committed by the Iranian government against the Israeli government.” /more Salem-News

Egypt Air removes Israel from map
Jordan stretches to sea in online map by Egypt’s largest airline, though it continues to fly to Israel
Egypt Air, the largest airline in Egypt, has removed Israel from the map – literally. On its website, Ynet has learned, Jordan’s land reaches the Mediterranean Sea. /ynet

‘US, Saudis lead Yemen to civil war’ A former Pentagon official predicts that a civil war may break out in Yemen as a result of US and Saudi efforts to support the country’s dictatorial regime to keep it in power.
“We’re headed for a civil war in Yemen … As long as the US and Saudi Arabia is backing the president, he’s going to feel emboldened to continue on,” Michael Malouf told Press TV.
Malouf noted that from the US and Saudi standpoint, Yemen “is a very strategic area and they will try to help him (Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh) as much as possible to hang on.” /more Press TV

Syrians call for revolution; UN: Probe protestors’ death
Protests spread in southern Syria Tuesday as hundreds of people marched to demand reforms in a previously peaceful village, witnesses and activists said.
In a nearby city, troops and protesters faced off outside a mosque where demonstrators have taken shelter.
A group named “United Arab Tribes in Syria” posted a message online in which it declared a “revolution against the Syrian regime.”
The government sought to contain the first serious intrusion of the Arab world’s political unrest by firing the governor of the southern province of Deraa, where security forces killed seven protesters in the main city of Deraa over the weekend.  /ynet [Around 20 killed so far AFAIK.]

Sudan: Militia kill five in disputed oil region (Reuters)
Sudanese militia have attacked a village in the disputed Abyei region, killing five people and adding to North-South tensions in the oil-producing area as South Sudan prepares for independence later this year.
The top official in the region blamed the Arab Misseriya tribe allied to the North. “Their intention is just to depopulate the area, to terrorise the civilians so that they leave,” said Deng Arop, from the pro-South Dinka Ngok tribe. /Independent

Etcetera
Poor Japanese may face another major quake.
Geologists warn another powerful earthquake could now strike Tokyo after disaster weakened fault line near capital
Geologists have warned that another powerful earthquake could hit Tokyo because the one that struck on March 11, which was of a size 9 magnitude, has altered the earth’s surface. /Mail

Evidence that the bankster cartel is losing confidence in the fraudulent fiat currencies they foisted on an unsuspecting world. “Central Banks Catch Gold Fever“. At WealthCycles.com, one of our favorite factors driving gold’s rise over the past couple of years has been increased interest in a truly safe asset by central banks around the world.
Wikileaks Is A Rothschild Operation: Rothschilds Use Wikileaks To Wound Rival Bank, Julian Assange’s Bail Posted By Rothschilds’ Sister-in-law, Many Other Links
Sri Lanka’s first ever Coal Power Plant “Lakvijaya” opened

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A Libyan national’s take (the previous post)
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AYM

Premise. Soros is a Rothschild (bank cartel and a establisher of legion of funded NGOs) and Rockefeller (Standard oil etc. and establisher of a legion of funded NGOs including UNEP, CoR and CFR) henchman.
D. Cameron, C. Rice, H. Clinton, S. Power, Sarkozy, Obama, Google (Gore, Cohen

According to Wikipedia, “Founders of AYM include Jared Cohen, former advisor to both Secretaries of State Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton and now Director of Google Ideas at Google, Jason Liebman, CEO and co-founder of Howcast and Roman Tsunder, co-founder of Access 360 Media. Speakers at the 2008 summit included actress Whoopi Goldberg, Facebook Co-Founder Dustin Moskovitz, The Obama Campaign’s New Media Team, and then-current Under Secretary of State for Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs of the United States James K. Glassman.”

"Because of the Internet, it's hard to be cynical about the Tunisian and Egyptian revolutions. It would be my hope that these revolutions would usher in some real change. But that is not what the revolution's handlers want. The Anglosphere's operations are being carried out in two phases. First comes the revolution. Then comes "aftermath" that must inevitably resolve itself into Western-centric regulatory democracies, including manipulative central banks, endless, intrusive, brand-intensive corporatism and, generally, spirit-sapping regulatory democracy. Alternatively, the Anglosphere's revolutions end up generating Islamic republics – but that's OK too. Islamic Republics come in handy in building a larger Islamic enemy that provides justification for further authoritarian depredations at home."
WikiLeaks has been in play for nearly a year. The gambit of "color" revolutions has been revitalized only recently. But they may have the same roots. Consider, please, Egyptian heroic rebel Wael Ghonim, conveniently of Google, an American Internet corporation that has close ties to American intel. Just yesterday, Ghonim tweeted, "Dear Western Governments, You've been silent for 30 years supporting the regime that was oppressing us. Please don't get involved now".
This sounds quite admirable. But let's take a further look at Google's Ghonim. A summary from alternative news website Infowars: "Having been living abroad in Dubai, [Ghonim's] Facebook page didn't pop-up overnight, it was actually created nearly a year ago in tandem with Mohamed ElBaradei's arrival in Egypt during February 2010. Ghonim also created ElBaradei's official campaign website. Ghonim and ElBaradei then concurrently campaigned for the coming November 2010 Egyptian election and built up an opposition network in support for ElBaradei. This network included the April 6 Movement, the Muslim Brotherhood, and the independent labor unions now making up the bulk of the protests."



Soros, the Youth, High Tech and the Fundamental Change that is Revolution

Bystanders to Genocide Sept 2001
....staying out of Rwanda was an explicit U.S. policy objective.
[...] In reality the United States did much more than fail to send troops. It led a successful effort to remove most of the UN peacekeepers who were already in Rwanda. It aggressively worked to block the subsequent authorization of UN reinforcements. It refused to use its technology to jam radio broadcasts that were a crucial instrument in the coordination and perpetuation of the genocide. And even as, on average, 8,000 Rwandans were being butchered each day, U.S. officials shunned the term "genocide," for fear of being obliged to act. The United States in fact did virtually nothing "to try to limit what occurred." Indeed, staying out of Rwanda was an explicit U.S. policy objective.

Ex-Rwandan PM reveals genocide planning Mar 2004
[...] the US, Britain and France, lobbied against reinforcing the UN presence in a way that UN commanders on the ground recommended.
But subsequent investigations, such as Melvern's book, show that in fact the killings were to a large extent planned in advance by a relatively small group of extremist ethnic Hutu politicians from northern Rwanda who obtained support from the outside world.
This reinforces suspicions among many that something could have been done to stop the worst of the killings, and that this group of politicians were susceptible to outside pressure.
[...] After combing through bank archives and government documents she reveals, for instance, that in 1993 the government of Rwanda imported, from China, three quarters of a million dollars worth of machetes. This was enough for one new machete for every third male.


Vietnam, the US failed in the attempt to avoid the spread of socialism (communism) to S. Vietnam. The death count due to US intervention was much higher than non intervention would have resulted in.

Iraq, tabled as an attack to get rid of Saddam with weapons of mass destruction, particularly nuclear deceptivelyly used as the justification. Saddam is dead, the US forces are still there (no doubt being attacked by some E. Libyan terrorists aka freedom fighters) and hatred of the US presence is increasing.

In the US and UN it appears H. Clinton, an apparent Rockefeller - bank cartel henchwoman is at the root of justification for going to war against Libya. The is frequent mention of reports e.g. in the General Assembly  GA/11050 of 1st March General Assembly Suspends Libya From Human Rights Council but no indication as to where such reports may be read. Were they verbal opinions? Clinton presented Obama with the opinion of 10 scholars that said


The Story of The Committee of 300 - Conspirators' Hierarchy
FOREWARD
In my career as a professional intelligence officer, I had many occasions to access highly classified documents, but during service as a political science officer in the field in Angola, West Africa, I had the opportunity to view a series of top secret classified documents which were unusually explicit.
What I saw filled me with anger and resentment and launched me on a course from which I have not deviated, namely to uncover what power it is that controls and manages the British and United States governments.
I was thoroughly familiar with all of the well known secret societies such as the Royal Institute for International Affairs (RIIA), the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), the Bilderbergers, Trilaterals, the Zionists, Freemasonry, Bolshevism-Rosicrucianism and all of the spinoffs of these secret societies. As an intelligence officer, and even before that as a young student in the course of my studies at the British Museum in London, I had cut my eye teeth on all of them, plus a good number of others with whom I imagined Americans were familiar.
But when I came to the United States in 1969, I found that names like the,
        *Order of St. John of Jerusalem
        *Club of Rome
        *the German Marshall Fund
        *the Cini Foundation
        *the Round Table
        *the Fabianists
        *the Venetian Black Nobility
        *the Mont Pelerin Society
        *Hellfire Clubs,
...and many others were at best totally unknown here, or else their true functions were at best but poorly understood, if at all.

Rice (Bilderberger, )

In an article in The New York Review of Books, Soros argued that anyone who confronts AIPAC invites its wrath with the result that few people are prepared to question its power over America’s Middle East policy. He feels it is time American Jews “reined in” AIPAC, which has been at the center of a major spying scandal in the past year.

SOROS WARNS OF ISRAELI INFLUENCE (2007)
[AIPAC] Two of its senior executives were accused of passing U.S. secrets to a Mossad agent within the Israeli embassy in Washington. That fact, however, did not deter many leading Republicans and Democrats, including Dick Cheney, Condoleezza Rice and the Clintons, from continuing to support the organization.

CCNet - The Coming Shale Oil Revolution

CCNet – 22 March 2011

The Climate Policy Network

The Coming Shale Oil Revolution

Dr Vinegar, the former chief scientist of Royal Dutch Shell, is at the centre of an ambitious project to turn Israel into one of the world's leading oil producers. According to Dr Vinegar, Israel has the second-biggest oil shale deposits in the world, outside the US: "We estimate that there is the equivalent of 250 billion barrels of oil here. To put that in context, there are proven reserves of 260 billion barrels of oil in Saudi Arabia." --Ian King, The Times, 21 March 2011

Britain may back away from the use of nuclear energy because of safety fears and a potential rise in costs after the Fukushima disaster, says Chris Huhne, the energy secretary. He said that after the Three Mile Island nuclear disaster in the US 32 years ago, it became more difficult to raise money for nuclear investment. "After Three Mile Island in 1979, nuclear operators found it very hard to finance new projects. Globally, this undoubtedly casts a shadow over the renaissance of the nuclear industry. That is blindingly obvious," he said.  --Toby Helm, The Observer, 20 March 2011

In the short run, the beneficiary of nuclear's now inevitable crisis is going to be fossil fuels. Renewable energy remains too expensive, too land-hungry, too unreliable and too small-scale to take up much slack, so cheap coal and newly abundant natural gas will do the job. This is ironic, because however high the death toll at Fukushima climbs, it is unlikely to match the casualties in the fossil-fuel industry. –Matt Ridley, The Wall Street Journal, 19 March 2011

The only evidence that exists as to the health of humans who have been irradiated at low levels points to a benefit, not a harm. Difficult though it may be to overcome the fear of radiation that has been drubbed into us since childhood, there is no scientific proof whatsoever to view the radiation emitted from the Fukushima plant as dangerous to the Japanese population, and certainly no reason for the Japanese to view those living near the plant as damaged goods. In all likelihood, though, many will nevertheless be viewed as such. If so, that will be one more tragedy heaped among the others that the affected Japanese population will need to endure. –Lawrence Solomon, Financial Post, 22 March 2011

If one was asked to list the natural factors causing variations on the global temperature of the Earth over timescales from months to millennia I think most would write down such things as the oceans, atmosphere, sun, Earth’s orbit and their associated timescales. How many would, I wonder, include changes in the rotation of the Earth as an influence in changing global temperature? Certainly not the IPCC. In AR4, their 2007 review of the science of climate change, it doesn’t receive a mention. Yet it might be an influence, and an important one at that. -–David Whitehouse, The Observatory, 21 March 2011

1) The Coming Shale Oil Revolution - The Times, 21 March 2011

2) Britain May Back Away From Nuclear Energy - The Observer, 20 March 2011

3) Matt Ridley: Does A Different Nuclear Power Lie Ahead? - The Wall Street Journal, 19 March 2011

4) Lawrence Solomon: Fears Over Fukushima Radiation Overblown - Financial Post, 22 March 2011

5) David Whitehouse: Climate In A Spin - The Observatory, 21 March 2011

6) Tropical Storm Activity Hits A 40-Year Low - NoTricksZone, 21 March 2011