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Latest NutriMedical Report hosted by Lord Stirling (17 November 2011, 3rd hour) ~ link
1) End the Collusion Between Government and Large Corporations/Banks, So That Our Elected Leaders Are Actually Representing the Interests of the People (the 99%) and Not Just Their Rich Donors (the 1%).
2) Investigate Wall Street and Hold Senior Executives Accountable for the Destruction in Wealth that has Devastated Millions of People.
3) Return the Power of Coining Money to the U.S. Treasury and Return to Sound Money, End the Fed
4) Limit the Size, Scope and Power of Banks so that None are Ever Again “Too Big to Fail” and in Need to Taxpayer Bailouts
5) Eliminate “Personhood” Legal Status for Corporations
6) Repeal the Patriot Act, End the War on Drugs and Protect Civil Liberties
7) End All Imperial Wars of Aggression, Bring the Troops Home from All Countries, Cut the Military Budget and Limit The Military Role to Protection of the Homeland
Latest Satellite Sea Surface Temperature for North Atlantic - Loop Current - Gulf Stream ~ link
Now the outspoken anti-Zionist writers and instrumentalist, Gilad Atzmon, says Britain's “Zio-fascists” have been trying to suppress his voice through attempted blocking of his upcoming book title, "The Wandering Who? A Study of Jewish Identity Politics", along with his music.
He said that the Zionist paper the Jewish Chronicle (JC) has joined forces with others to suppress “openness, pluralism, freedom of expression and artistic freedom” in Britain.
“Here in Britain, Jewish nationalist lobbies are engaged in several kinds of repressive behaviour. Their practices include bullying, harassment, disinformation and smear campaigns,” Atzmon said.
"An armed terrorist group undertook an evil assassination plot that martyred six pilots, a technical officer and three other personnel on an air force base between Homs and Palmyra," a military spokesman said on state television.
Israel and Jordan on-alert over threatened Syrian revenge for six pilots' deaths ~ link ~ Jordanian armed forces declared a state of preparedness Friday, Nov. 25, after the Syrian General Command accused an "armed terrorist" group of an ambush killing 10 airmen including 6 elite pilots on the Homs-Palmyra road Thursday, "with the involvement of foreign parties, the foremost of which is Israel."
The move came on Friday after tens of thousands of Egyptian protesters continued to hold their ground in Cairo's Liberation Square for the seventh straight day following a week of deadly clashes.
More than 100,000 people heeded a call for a show of force at the landmark.
Egyptian officers join anti-junta protesters ~ link ~ In Cairo, up to a million people gathered on Friday in and around Liberation Square, the focal point of a popular revolution which toppled the four-decade regime of former dictator Hosni Mubarak in February.
The protesters called for an end to the rule of the Supreme Council of Armed Forces which took over after Mubarak's ouster, and voiced their opposition to SCAF's nomination of Mubarak-era official Kamal el-Ganzouri as prime minister.
The calls were soon joined by Egyptians army officers, who supported popular demands for a civilian government and opposed the junta choice to head the transitional government. “The Supreme Council of Armed Forces does not reflect the whole Egyptian army,” said Egyptian Army Captain Ahmed Shouman. “We must be in cohesion with the Egyptian people once again. This is the best way. We must resort to the essence of the revolution,” he stressed. Shouman expressed regret about the crackdown on anti-junta protesters over the past days and described it as a sign of the despair of the remnants of the Mubarak regime, who want to stay in power.
The student group National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts (NCAFC) organised several protest gatherings in the run-up to nationwide strikes on November 30, with occupations already happening at Birmingham and Cambridge universities, the reported.
The occupations are expected to break out across the country in protest at the government's white paper on education reform, which would formalise the £9,000 rise in tuition fees.