Friday, March 26, 2010

News, Links of the Day, Coming Third World War, Global Depression

National Strike April 15-16-17-18 ~ link

Tell the Global Banksters to go to Hell.

Time To Strike - video ~ link

I now have over 800 posts to this news blog. I wish to thank all my viewers for stopping by so often. This blog is kind of a ministry for me. Telling it like it is and battling the forces that seek to destroy the human race. With that in mind, here is a link to a powerful prayer to St. Michael the Archangel - video ~ link

Israel could use tactical nukes on Iran says leading Washington strategic think tank ~ link ~ I have been saying this for some time.

Have a Nice War, Folks ~ link ~
"Western war-states such as the US and Britain are not threatened by the Taliban or any other introverted tribesmen in faraway places, but by the anti-war instincts of their own citizens. Consider the draconian sentences handed down in London to scores of young people who protested Israel’s assault on Gaza in January last year. Following demonstrations in which paramilitary police “kettled” (corralled) thousands, first-offenders have received two and a half years in prison for minor offences that would not normally carry custodial sentences. On both sides of the Atlantic, serious dissent exposing illegal war has become a serious crime."

Bibi Netanyahu said to have been 'humiliated' at White House visit ~ link ~ The mainstream news media are all running stories on the Israeli- American 'riff'/'row'/'crisis, which tends, all the more, to make me think that this is all high theater for the masses. 'Smoke and mirrors' that is very different from what is really happening. Also see: Israeli 'inner Cabinet' meeting ~ link

Despite 'row' America seals major military deal with Israel ~ link ~ "
Upon agreeing on a relevant deal, the United States agreed to hand over roughly 250-million-dollars worth of Hercules C-130J aircraft to the Israeli army, the Israeli Haaretz newspaper said on Thursday.

Later in the day, the US Defense Department is to issue a formal announcement on the deal, which is to be financed by the American foreign assistance funds.

The aircraft have been custom made to suit the Israeli needs, the daily added.

The two sides are, meanwhile, carving out a deal which ensures Tel Aviv obtains F-35 stealth fighter jets.

Reports of Washington's still-significant military support for Tel Aviv run counter to an alleged dispute between the two sides over Israel's announcement that it would build a 1,600-unit settlement in the occupied East Jerusalem."

Israeli troops clashing with locals in Gaza ~ link ~
"Security officials with Gaza's Hamas-run Interior Ministry say Israeli soldiers are firing artillery and tank rounds.

Casualties were reported, but the officials say ambulances can't reach the scene because of the shooting."

Eurozone agrees on Greek bailout plan ~ link ~ "Greece won a major pledge of financial support from the other countries that use the euro and the International Monetary Fund in a deal that aims to halt a government debt crisis undermining confidence in Europe's currency union.

The joint eurozone and IMF bailout program comes with strict conditions and makes no money available right now."

US Social Security going into the Red ~ link ~ "This year, the system will pay out more in benefits than it receives in payroll taxes, an important threshold it was not expected to cross until at least 2016, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

Goldman Sachs banker may join China's Central Bank ~ link ~ Fred Hu, an investment banker with Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
is likely to take up a senior post at China's central bank after formally stepping down from the Wall Street firm in April, the state-run China Daily said Friday, citing people familiar with the matter.

Hu, Goldman Sachs' Greater China chairman, is seen as the right candidate for the post of vice-governor of the People's Bank of China, the paper said, without citing sources.

Policy makers are also evaluating Hu as a candidate for a crucial position at one of the country's state-run lenders, the paper cited the sources as saying."

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