Thursday, February 17, 2011

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE

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Current status of the Gulf Stream ~ link 

Advanced Biological Warfare (article by Lord Stirling) ~ link ~ I have a link to a free movie on Hulu, BLACK DAWN: THE NEXT PANDEMIC, that is most interesting.  The movie is about the spread of a naturally occurring mutation in the H5N1 virus; a rather nasty mutation that kills up to 10% of those it effects.  I strongly urge people to take the time to view this movie, as it shows the impact of what a single naturally occurring virus mutation can do.  In reality, a global strategic Advanced Biological-based war would be at least ten-fold as bad and more likely a hundred-fold in its impact as the viruses would be military designer-created (recombination DNA) diseases with a much stronger kill ratio (90% or higher fatality level from an infection) and there would likely be many dozens of viruses released at the same time, instead of only one disease.      

Before we allow hardliners in Israel take us into yet another war, we need to take a very hard and realistic look at just what a war involving MAD on all sides would mean to Israel, to Europe, to North America and the entire world.  

Ancient Scottish Barony Title for sale.  There are about 100 Scottish feudal baronies  that still exist; only a handful are from the very ancient Baronage of the Isles, as this one is.  In a time of economic crisis, it pays to put some of your wealth into important artwork, properties, etc. of rare value.  This is one of the most rare things that can be purchased and held. For sale at US$150,000 ~ link 

Royal Burgh of Stirling Pipe Band at Stirling Castle ~ link   ~ Official site ~ link  

Next War on Lebanon 'no walk in park' for Israel says President of Lebanon ~ link ~ "Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak knows full well that entering Lebanon is no longer a walk in the park," AFP quoted Sleiman as saying in a statement released on Thursday.

"[Barak's] threat to send his forces into Lebanon again shows premeditated intentions of aggression. The Lebanese people, army and resistance are ready to respond to any such aggression," the Lebanese president added.

On Tuesday, Barak said Israeli armed forces may cross into the southern Lebanese territory again and engage in a military confrontation with Hezbollah resistance fighters.

The Israeli defense minister claimed that Israel inflicted heavy loss on Hezbollah during the 33-day war on Lebanon that killed about 1,200 Lebanese -- most of them civilians.

Hezbollah leader Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah on Wednesday downplayed Israel's latest threat of invasion, saying Tel Aviv will pay a heavy price if it launches another war on Lebanon.

He said that Lebanon's resistance fighters are ready to take the strategic Galilee region, north of Israel, should another war with Israel break out.

According to 629-page Winograd Report, Hezbollah defeated Israeli forces in the 2006 war and Tel Aviv was compelled to withdraw without having achieved any of its objectives.

Yemen unrest: Dozens injured in Sanaa clashes - with video ~ link ~  Several thousand people joined anti-government protests in the capital Sanaa and were confronted by supporters of President Ali Abdullah Saleh. There were also clashes in Aden where one person was reportedly killed by what police called "random gunfire". Anti-government protesters are angry about corruption and unemployment, and want the president to resign.
Inspired by the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt, demonstrators have been on the streets for seven consecutive days but the rally in Sanaa on Thursday is the largest gathering so far this week. Hundreds of government loyalists - reportedly wielding daggers and clubs - ended up in pitched battles with several thousand rock-throwing anti-government protesters. 

Bernie Ecclestone: Bahrain Grand Prix could be canceled ~ link
Bahrain Grand Prix
Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has warned the season-opening Bahrain Grand Prix in March will be cancelled if unrest in the country continues. F1 teams are concerned about the event after three people were killed overnight in clashes with police.

Ecclestone said he will make a decision on whether to cancel early next week. He said: "If things stay as they are today, the answer is no. If it's not quietened down by Wednesday, I think we will have to cancel probably."

Libya protests: Al-Bayda security chief 'sacked' - with video ~ link ~ The move came as anti-government activists called for a "day of anger" via social networking sites.
Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi's supporters gathered in Tripoli. There are unconfirmed reports of clashes in the second city Benghazi, and in Zentan, southwest of Tripoli.

Pro-democracy protests have recently swept through several Arab nations, with the presidents of Tunisia and Egypt forced to resign amid growing unrest. But this week's demonstrations were the first display of defiance in Libya, where dissent is rarely tolerated.

China drought threatens wheat crops ~ link ~    
A Chinese farmer shows the dried vegetable seeds at his drought-stricken fields in Shandong province China's central bank is offering emergency loans for drought-relief projects
The Chinese government has said the country's worst drought in decades is likely to continue, putting the winter wheat harvest at risk. The Ministry of Agriculture said the drought had worsened in some wheat-growing regions despite snowfalls. Large swathes of China have had almost no rain since October, affecting millions of hectares of crops and leaving many short of drinking water.

Analysts say crop shortages in China could affect prices around the world. Officials are trying to calm fears over shortages, saying the country has enough in reserve to meet demand. But food prices have been rising quickly in China for months - and people are grumbling, says the BBC's Michael Bristow in Beijing.

Bahrain protests banned as military tightens grip - with video ~ link ~ This is going to get interesting.  The Saudis have sent part of their army into Bahrain to support the King of Bahrain.  The ruling families see the revolutions as a Zionist plot against all of the Middle East and there is real evidence to support this.  However, the people are also right to want to rid their nations of corrupt dictators, and food prices are going up.  In such nations, where food costs take from 40 to 80% of one total income, food price rises are a matter of life and death.  Food prices are rapidly rising due to the BP Oil Disaster caused global climate changes/crisis and also due to the activities of the banksters/global banking families with hedge funds/etc. speculating on food commodities.   We are seeing the perfect storm gathering strength in the Middle East and North Africa, a perfect storm that the evil nut cases in Israel and the satanic global banking families intend to use to cause a massive regional war in the Middle East and to help, via so much spreading chaos, to usher in the New World Order.   Stirling                            
Ben Ali in coma after stroke ~ link ~ I am not so sure that I believe this.   Stirling        
French newspaper Le Monde reported on Thursday that Ben Ali had a stroke earlier this week in Saudi Arabia, where he fled to in January following his ouster.  The paper has described the deposed president's condition as “worrying,” citing the blog of French journalist Nicolas Beau, a veteran reporter specializing in Tunisia.

The 74-year-old reportedly slipped into a coma on Tuesday while being treated in a Jeddah hospital after suffering a stroke.  The hospital in Jeddah, where Ben Ali was admitted under false identity, is reserved for Saudi princes, according to Le Monde.

Ben Ali and his family fled Tunisia for Saudi Arabia on January 14 after a popular revolution put an end to the dictator's 23-year grip on the North African country.  
Bahrain MPs quit to protest crackdown ~ link
Ahmed Butaki embraces his slain brother Mohmoud Butaki at a hospital morgue on February 17, 2011 in Manama, Bahrain
Eighteen members of Bahrain parliament have resigned from their posts in a show of protest against the violent crackdown against pro-democracy demonstrators in the Persian Gulf kingdom.

The lawmakers announced on Thursday that they have suspended their membership in parliament over the killings of Shia demonstrators, Press TV cited an unnamed opposition parliamentarian as saying.

According to Bahraini health ministry, three people were killed and 195 injured when police launched a crackdown against protesters in capital Manama on Thursday.

Armored vehicles rumbled through the capital on Thursday as the government tried to quell the protests inspired by the revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt.

Bahrain's army has said it will take all necessary measures to ensure security and called on people to avoid going to central areas of Manama.

The US Department of Defense says Washington is closely monitoring the developments in Bahrain, which is the headquarters of the US Navy's Fifth Fleet and holds some 4,200 US service members.

The magnitude of the pro-democracy protests in Bahrain is unprecedented in the history of the Persian Gulf kingdom and the authorities' efforts to quell them have so far been ineffective.

Tanks in Bahrain block ambulances ~ link 
[Note: That is a US made/supplied M-60 Main Battle Tank.  Stirling]
Tanks in the Bahraini capital, Manama, prevented ambulances from taking the victims of clashes to hospitals, as the pro-democracy uprising in the country has entered its fourth day, a report says. The report also added that Bahraini security forces attacked and beat medical workers who are helping the victims on Thursday.

Pro-democracy uprising in Bahrain has entered its fourth day, as protesters, inspired by revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia, have taken to the streets to protest against the government’s dictatorial policies. More than a dozen army tanks and several military ambulances and trucks are seen in a main highway in the central Manama. According to witnesses, the nearby roads have almost been cleared of civilian traffic. Security forces have also put up barbed wire around Pearl Square.
Police attack protesters in Bahrain - video ~ link  

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Dear Lord Stirling,

Well, we´ve got a cute and smart Minister of Defence in Germany, and he´s got a pretty wife with some smart and cute kids on his side.

He´s THE German popstar of politics.

His name is:

Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg

Sometimes I think that he´s Tom Cruise junior/senior, who knows?

Anyway, this Tom Cruise-like minister wrote a doctoral thesis a few years ago. (Well done, bloke).

But now it turns out that he copied a lot of his thesis from other authors without indicating the sources.
(Not well done, bloke. Shame on you).

The German media are picking him to pieces, tearing him apart at the moment.

I think this is the sunset of a would be superhero.

Yours, in Christ,

Joaquin, Germany

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