Thursday, October 27, 2011

Lord Stirling's News Blog Europe

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

AVE MARIA - by Helene Fischer - video ~ link
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Lord Stirling's news blog EUROPE

Occupy Wall Street Launching First Nationwide General Strike In America Since 1946 ~ link ~ That will be hard to pull off, but if any movement can do it the Occupy Movement can.   Stirling     

JackalAnon tweets:


The strike will occur on November 2nd.

Occupy Wall Street in New York has also been considering a proposal for a general strike. And there are also rumors of a global general strike next year.

Does the EU bailout deal stand up to scrutiny?  ~ link ~ But, but all these national leaders and top financiers wouldn't lie to us, would they...Do bears shit in the woods?    Stirling      

It's a measure of how desperate the eurozone's plight has become that instead of cooing at his new baby, Nicolas Sarkozy will spend this afternoon on the phone to Beijing, trying to persuade China's president Hu Jintao to stump up some cash for the euro-bailout.

Any deal was better than no deal last night; but in the cold light of day, the question of why China would want to get involved in bankrolling the eurozone's unmanageable debts was just one of the questions emerging.

Max Keiser: EU Debt slash - a debt hike, collapse guaranteed! - video ~ link ~ Really good one!  Stirling   

Damascus, Oakland and Further On... ~ link ~ “If occupy Oakland was in Damascus, U.S. State department would be telling Wolf Blitzer (a famous CNN journalist and TV show host. - BV) how unacceptable it was to teargas peaceful marchers,” The Huffington Post writes citing a Twitter blogger.

In fact, what started as a marginal event and a kind of theatrical performance staged by a few dozen activists in New York some six weeks ago, has now grown into a global phenomenon no one can put a blind eye to. Protesters are marching in all major U.S. cities and all over Western Europe. Politicians are making conflicting remarks on the “Occupy” movement. Still, the exact goals of the protesters and a possible outcome of the protests remain unclear.

It is clear what they are against – the corporate greed, the unevenness of the public wealth’s distribution, the corrupt legal authorities and governing structures that have proved their complete impotence in the face of the crisis that erupted in 2008, but is far from being over yet.

Pick up the phone and call corrupt Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller - with video ~ link 

Occupy Wall Street sympathizer creates 'I'm Getting Arrested' app to help protesters ~ link An Occupy Wall Street sympathizer created a free app called "I'm Getting Arrested" that lets protesters send out text messages to friends and family when cops swoop in.

Jason Van Anden, a Brooklyn software developer, said he came up with the idea when a colleague told him his girlfriend was about to get busted at a demonstration.

Marines storm Reddit after Occupy Oakland shooting of Scott Olson ~ link ~ Marines have been flocking to the social networking/aggregator site Reddit to voice their anger at the life-threatening injury inflicted on 24-year-old Iraqi war veteran Scott Olsen by Oakland police during the recent Occupy protests. Video showed Olsen go down after taking a tear gas canister to the head. As fellow protesters tried to assist him, police lobbed a flash grenade into their midst–right next to Olson’s already fractured skull.

The picture above, submitted by Reddit user aburger, has generated well over 1,000 comments on the site–many from fellow Marines who are absolutely livid at the injury to one of their own by police.

Send a Get Well Card to Marine vet. Scott Olsen:   Highland Hospital, 1411 E. 31st Street, Oakland, CA 94602

US fury as Karzai backs Pakistan ~ link ~ The Obama administration should rethink its commitment to the fight in Afghanistan, according to American politicians furious with Afghan president Hamid Karzai for saying his country would back Pakistan in a war with the United States.

Anger over Mr Karzai’s remarks is likely to surface today when US secretary of state Hillary Clinton testifies before the house foreign affairs committee, her first congressional appearance since her trip last week to Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Syrians rally in support of Assad ~ link ~ This is one that you will NOT read from the Western globalist and Zionist controlled mainstream news media.  Stirling     

Hundreds of thousands of Syrians have held a demonstration in support of the government of President Bashar al-Assad in the port city of Latakia, Press TV reports.

Demonstrators in the northwestern city chanted slogans against foreign intervention in the country and voiced their support for the Syrian government, a Press TV correspondent reported on Thursday. The demonstrators also carried posters of the Syrian president along with the Russian and Chinese flags.  On October 4, Russia and China vetoed a US-led draft resolution proposed at the UN Security Council that threatened to impose sanctions against Syria over an alleged crackdown on protesters inside the country.

Awwcupy Wall Street - photos ~ link ~ Cute.  Stirling    

Vampire Squids Attack Humans, Resistance Deemed Racist, Humans Issue Demands ~ link ~ The American media has not covered it but the hospitals in Greece are near collapse. Nurses have trouble buying food for themselves and their families. How long do you think those 3,200 Gendarmerie Bill Collectors will last when they try to take over the government ministries in Athens? Those ministries are already on strike so I suppose the EU will have to send in civil servants with a knowledge of Greek. I studied classical Greek but forgot most of it. And I would refuse under any circumstances to work as a Bill Collector for the Vampire Squids.

I have been hearing rumors of a Greek military coup for over a year. They are reticent to act because the last coup was not well received by history. But the sight of the EGF Thugs might incite the Greek military to action.

'Magick' is Illuminati's most potent weapon ~ link ~ Good one Henry!   Stirling    

German Secret Service documents instructed the Bolsheviks to "destroy the Russian capitalists as far as you please, but it would by no means be possible to permit the destruction of Russian enterprises."

The German Imperial Bank sent the Bolsheviks in excess of 60 million rubles.  Documents 10 and 11 between the bankers and the Bolsheviks "give a complete synopsis of the terms on which the German banks after the war were to control Russian industry." (p. 69)

Of course German Secret Service Chief Max Warburg, the brother of US Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Warburg, was behind this. We're talking about international bankers and their confederates here.

15 Companies whose products contain 'Wood Pulp' ~ link ~ Cellulose can be found in popular products ranging from crackers and ice cream to pizza sauce and barbecue sauce.  What many do not realize, however, is that cellulose is actually wood pulp. Unable to be digested by humans due to the lack of necessary enzymes needed to break the ingredient down, cellulose has been deemed ‘safe for consumption’ by the FDA.

Cellulose is virgin wood pulp that has been processed and manufactured for different functions, such as its prime use throughout the food supply. Cellulose can be found in products under ingredient listings such as cellulose gum, powdered cellulose, microcrystalline cellulose, and more. Shockingly, the FDA sets no limit on the amount of cellulose that can be used in food products despite the USDA limiting the use of cellulose to 3.5% in meat since fiber in meat products cannot be recognized nutritionally. 

Breaking News: Saudi King names conservative Prince Nayef as Crown Prince ~ link  

Iran and Israel Caught - Partnering in "Attack" Ploy ~ link ~ You know, I have no great illusions about the level of deceit of world leaders, but I have a hard time believing this one.  However, who knows.  Check it out yourself.   Stirling     

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