Thursday, July 29, 2010

News, Disaster Warfare, Links of the Day, Coming Third World War, BP Gulf Oil Disaster, BioWar, Global Depression


Powerful prayer to St. Michael the Archangel - video ~ link

Lord Stirling's news blog EUROPE



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SPECIAL: If you were able to hear today's radio show on the NutriMedical Report with Dr. Bill Deagle, Dr. Zangari and Lord Stirling, you heard that the scientific data, based on satellite observations, indicate a 10 C drop in surface temperature in the Gulf Stream and the North Atlantic Ocean adjoining the Gulf Stream, also a 50% reduction in the voracity of the current flow. This is a major breaking story with global impact of the highest order. I will be writing a story on this soon. Stirling

Day 101
of the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Disaster ~ Disaster Warfare Against America and the World by the Global Banking Families

Photo gallery of BP Oil Disaster ~ link

Photos of wildlife of the Gulf Oil Disaster ~ link

Gulf Oil Disaster Tracker ~ link

Corexit is Killing the Gulf - Part I - video ~ link ~ Part II ~ link

Requiem for the Gulf of Mexico - video ~ link


Dr. Bill Deagle of NutriMedical Report and 'Clay and Iron' are doing a 5-day per week video news update with Lord Stirling by subscription.
Link to Clay and Iron ~ link
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We are the first in the World to break the story of the Loop Current failing and the Gulf Stream beginning to break apart as well. We have several stories on this grave danger to the entire planet on our subscription news video service. To take a subscription and view these news videos and future ones go to the above Clay & Iron and NutriMedical sites.

Who's afraid of Iran's civilian nuclear programme? ~ link ~ The truth is no one! This constant talk of the 'dangers' of the Iranian 'nuclear program' is all 'smoke and mirrors'. What it is supporting is an Israeli policy of confrontation, ethnic cleansing, military aggression and territorial expansion. Along with the need for the global banking cartel to have one more world war to help implement their long sought New World Order.

Oy, the Humanity! An Israeli Jew Takes on the ADL ~ link

Rising Tensions on the Korean Peninsula: The Sinking of the Cheonan, Reviewing the Evidence ~ link ~
The nuts in North Korea did not do it. Our nuts are the most likely culprits; at least as far as making this a possible 'reason for war'.

Did a North Korean submarine fire a torpedo at the Cheonan? It seems improbable. If it was a torpedo that sank the Cheonan, then it certainly was not the one that the JIG put on display. It would have been foolhardy for the North Korean government to order such a strike. It had nothing to gain, and absolutely everything to lose by such an act. It may be that a rogue commander ordered the attack as revenge for an incident near Daecheong Island the previous November, when South Korean ships chased a North Korean patrol boat, firing on it and sending it up in flames, thereby causing the deaths of several sailors. That attack, incidentally, failed to elicit any concern whatsoever from the same U.S. officials who so sternly pontificate on the unacceptability of allowing the sinking of Cheonan to go unpunished.


While reviewing the evidence, it began to appear to me that the most likely cause of the Cheonan's sad fate was having had the misfortune to inadvertently sail into the path of a sea mine, and this feeling has only been strengthened by the reports of the Russian investigation team's findings. Given the fast-moving currents in the waters near Baengnyeong Island, it may be that over time a rising mine gradually migrated from where it had been initially deposited, so that its position was unexpected. That is just speculation, of course, and other possibilities exist. A broad-based international investigation needs to take place, and its results made fully public. The 46 sailors who lost their lives when the Cheonan sank deserve the truth, whatever it may be. As do the peoples of both Koreas, whose future is intertwined in so many ways. But geopolitical considerations guarantee that no such international probe will take place. Tensions are likely to remain high as long as South Korean President Lee remains in office. No conceivable change in U.S. administrations will bring about an improvement in the security environment on the Korean Peninsula, but the 2012 election in South Korea might. That is something to hope for.


US to establish another "NATO" in Asia to Contain China ~ link

Mounting Tensions: China Conducts Military Drills in Response to Those of the US and South Korea ~ link ~
All of this is unnecessary. But the hidden powers that really control things want a new world war and want it soon.

The Political Spinning of the WikiLeaks Release: Anti-War Whistleblowing or War Propaganda ~ link ~ I hate to say it, but the anti-9/11 truth position of the leader of WikiLeaks just about totally destroys any credibility of the organization. Also see: Wayne Madsen on Alex Jones show - videos ~ link ~ link

Since the release of classified US military papers by WikiLeaks, the material has been aggressively spun by various political factions. Meanwhile, virtually no attention has been devoted to investigating the source of this “leak”, or questioning the agenda behind it.

The major mainstream newspapers that had full early access to the material---The New York Times, Der Spiegel and the Guardian---also had ample time to frame and steer the discourse surrounding it, and (particularly in the case of the White House-friendly New York Times) conduct damage control.

For critics of US policy, the expose reinforces their tired call for the war to end. However, the value of these particular papers (in terms of turning public opinion against the war) is questionable. This is not a potent high-level Pentagon Papers-type leak, and today’s society is a far cry from the 1970s.

Today’s acquiescent, ignorant and grossly manipulated mass populace---one that fully embraces and supports the manufactured “war on terrorism”---wholeheartedly supports any and all means to “prevent another 9/11”. A decade of Bush-Cheney criminality and mass murder failed to trigger any interest from a general US population that has been shocked into servitude, and further brain-addled by ubiquitous corporate right-wing media. Another day, another massacre.


The Obama administration, eager for a pretext to escalate the Central Asia/Middle East (resource) war into Pakistan and Iran, has certainly found ammunition with the WikiLeak expose.

Perhaps not coincidentally, the “leak” occurred just prior to a new $33 billion/30,000 troop surge for Afghanistan was signed in the US Congress, and ahead of a possible military attack on Iran, which former CIA Director Michael Hayden says is "inexorable".


US/NATO Prepare New Invasion of Somalia ~ link

BP (and Obama) are lying - There is no $20 Billion clean-up fund - video ~ link ~ BP and President Obama lying....I am shocked, just shocked ...NOT!

Shocking Ignorance by Americans of their History - video with Jay Leno ~ link ~ There has been a deliberate policy of dumbing down the population in America and videos like this really show it.

Neoliberalism, Political Repression and the Rise of Mexico's Narco-State ~ link ~ There is a direct relation between the rise of criminal gangs, the deepening of neo-liberalism and the repression of social movements and trade unions.

Mexican President Calderon’s firing of over 44,000 unionized electrical workers is the latest in a series of repressive acts which have shattered the social fabric of society. The denial of meaningful, well remunerated employment and the criminalization of legitimate trade unions like the Mexican Electrical Union (SME) has led to mass immigration and to an increasing number of young people joining the drug gangs. State repression and electoral corruption has prevented Mexican workers from redressing their grievances through legal channels and has aided and abetted the rise of a parallel narco-state which controls vast regions of the country and which recruits young men and women seeking to escape poverty.

Over the past 25 years, Mexico has regressed socially, economically and politically as a result of the neo-liberal offensive, which began with the stolen election of 1988 in which Carlos Salinas robbed Cuahtemoc Cardenas of the presidency. Subsequently, Salinas signed the free trade agreement, NAFTA, which led to the bankruptcy of over 10 million Mexican farmers, peasants and small urban retail shop owners, driving many to immigrate, others to join social movements and some to revolt as was the case with EZLN. Over 10 million Mexicans emigrated since NAFTA.

State repression and the forced isolation of the EZLN, in Chiapas and other rural movements in Guerrero, Michoacan and elsewhere, the denial of rural justice, forced may peasants to flee to the urban slums where some eventually became members of the emerging narco-gangs.

By the turn of the new millennium Mexico’s experiment with neo-liberal “reforms” deepened the systemic crises – inequalities widened, the economy stagnated and poverty increased. As a result, millions of Mexicans fled across the border into North America or joined popular movements attempting to change the system.

By attacking SME and the social security system, one of the last major social institutions providing social cohesion, Caldera and the judicial system were further denying Mexicans legal political and social instruments through which they could aspire to defend their living standards.

By destroying the social net via the privatization of public programs and institutions, by repressing vital social movements like the Zapatistas in Chiapas, the teachers and trade unions in Oaxaca and the SME in Mexico City, the Mexican State is effectively denying hope for improvement via democratic political processes.

In the last four years over 25,000 police, soldiers, civilians and narco members have been assassinated in every region of the country. Despite Calderon’s militarization of the country, the 40,000 soldiers in the streets have failed to prevent the escalation of violence, clearly demonstrating the failure of the repressive option to end violence and prevent the disintegration of Mexico into a ‘failed state’.

Five Reasons NOT To Pay Your Credit Cards ~ link ~ Better yet, don't use any credit cards.

It is a brilliantly designed game: the banksters create a unit of money out of thin air; lend it to people with interest attached; get them to buy real items; then raise the rates, force people to work harder, hover like a vulture until expected default occurs, and rake in the forfeited assets. Best of all, when the whole Ponzi scheme comes crashing down because they drunkenly gambled with your interest payments, the very people who destroyed you get bailed out by you with tax money. And they call you the thieves when you can't pay them back. The game is rigged for the house and it's always a Win/Win for them and a Lose/Lose for you.

Put your own micro-satellite into orbit for $8,000 ~ link ~ The program, called TubeSat, is the brainchild of Randa and Roderick Milliron, a Mojave, Calif.-based couple who've been developing a bare-bones, low-cost rocket system for the past 14 years. Selling flights as a package deal with satellite-building kits is proving to be a winning combination, with more than a dozen customers signed up to fly on the debut launch early next year.
A program called TubeSat offers kits to make your own satellites, which are then launched into space -- all for $8,000.
Interorbital's rocket, called the Neptune, will place up to 32 TubeSats and 10 slightly larger off-the-shelf spacecraft called CubeSats into orbit about 192 miles above Earth. At that altitude, the spacecraft will orbit for about six weeks, then burn up in the atmosphere.

Launches will take place from the island of 'Eua, located in the Kingdom of Tonga, in the South Pacific.


3 comments:

LetsTry Reason said...

3. A list of early English publications on Questions on the Cheonan Incident and the Power of South Korean Netizens can be found at http://korea.true.ws (by LetsTry Reason).
Also, look at: "Five reasons why the the JIG's 5-page statement cannot be considered scientific and objective, nor ... 'international'" -
"the U.S, South Korea, the U.K, Canada and Australia, but not Sweden, contributed to the second-statement findings"
http://japanfocus.org/-JOHN-MCGLYNN/3372 ;
"Russian Probe Sees No North Korea Hand In Cheonan Sinking! Russia Says Sea Mine Sunk Cheonan"
http://socioecohistory.wordpress.com/2010/07/28/russian-probe-sees-no-north-korea-hand-in-cheonan-sinking/ ;
http://willyloman.wordpress.com/2010/06/30/pcc-772-cheonan-south-korean-government-admits-the-deception-and-then-lies-about-it/ ;
http://nature.com/news/2010/080710/full/news.2010.343.html ;
http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/world/la-fg-korea-torpedo-20100724,0,4196801,full.story

LetsTry Reason said...

To the "outside" world intellectuals who don't read Korean,

This is a remarkable story of people - the governed(although they are in theory supposed to be the actual governor in democracy), not their government - making difference in the world (history).

1. Compare and contrast.
"More enlightened" American people, Congress and media; Bush; WMD; War (and huge suffering),
(http://whitehouser.com/war/CIA-confirms-Bush-WMD-lie)
and,
"Supposedly less so enlightened" Korean people; Korean President Lee; Cheonan; prevention of War (so far).
(I am including among 'the Korean people' the Korean-Americans.)

2. Also remarkable is that the "inside" Korean people braved the government prosecution.
Caveat: Under the current South Korean regime, South Korean citizens can be sued for defamation by their own government officials, and defamation in South Korea is a crime (as well as a civil offense) prosecuted by the government's own centrally-controlled national prosecutors who selectively choose or choose not whom to prosecute.
Recently, Shin Sang-cheol, "an expert placed on the JIG [Joint Investigation Group] by" the Nationial Assembly, got (criminally) sued for defamation by a government official for expressing disagreement over the current South Korean regime's version of the Cheonan Incident.

(South Korean people's firsthand knowledge about the pro-government polls is that they are ridiculously overinflated.
A proof: war-fear-mongering South Korean President Lee Myung-bak got unexpectedly humiliated on the June 2 election by the "Supposedly less so enlightened" Korean people,
when "survey conducted by the major daily [pro-government]Dong-A Ilbo and the Korea Research Center from May 24 to 26[7-days-before] forecast[ed] that Oh would beat Han by 20.8 percent."
Actual election result: 0.6 percent(="47.4 percent"-"46.8 percent.")
Source: http://joongangdaily.joins.com/article/view.asp?aid=2921960 )

LetsTry Reason said...

4. Compare and contrast.
9/11; Al-Qaeda; brags We did it(, was not wrong, not sorry about it and we will do it again).
Cheonan; North Korea; brags We didn't do it (therefore, presumably, was wrong, sorry about it and we will not do it). (Why the difference?)
Crime and punishment. If we are taking consequentialist moral philosophy, and if the utilitarian utility of punishment is to prevent future crime, then punishment serves little or no purpose (maybe to others but not)to North Korea who says 'We didn't do it,' because either (a) the North didn't do it, therefore the punishment will be outrageous injustice,
or (b) the North did do it, but 'We didn't do it' basically implies 'We will not do it.'
(This particular 'it' hardly gives the North any payoff.)

5. Representative democracy is not pure democracy. (Pure)Direct democracy of a nation-size is now (or becoming) possible, through recent developments in computer science and technology, making secure
private Internet-voting, democratic online discussions, cheap instantaneous micro referendum and freedom of choice to vote directly on an issue or use an agent possible.
The science (computer science) should finally make the people, the governed, the actual de facto governor in democracy.

6. I take this honor of hereby formally asking the folks in Norway to consider awarding a Nobel Peace Prize to the "Supposedly less so enlightened" Korean people including myself,
who in early days, among various activities, proposed the "outside" world contact initiative for the Cheonan peace, providing email addresses of all the foreign embassies in Korea, U.N., Hillary, Obama, and the foreign media.