Friday, March 23, 2012

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE


 Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE

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Kurd militants threaten Turkey if it enters Syria ~ link Turkish Kurd militants threatened on Thursday to turn all Kurdish populated areas into a "war zone" if Turkish troops entered Syria, a sign the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) which has allies in Syria may be taking sides in the conflict there.

PKK field commander Murat Karayilan said Turkey was preparing the ground for an intervention in Syria.

US war on Iran: "The Worst Mistake In American History" by Fidel Castro Ruz ~ link ~ As for me, I harbour not the slightest doubt that the United States is about to commit and lead the world towards the greatest mistake in its history.

US/NATO Proxy War in Syria follows precedent set in Bosnia - with video ~ link This proxy war with Western powers is being waged amid speculation that Syria is being turned into a terrorist hub and as Schett confirms, "There is an interest in turning Syria into big chaos."

But claims that Syria's government is bombing its own people and security buildlings don't add up. As Schett explains, "I think that doesn't sound very plausible because the ongoing destablization and increase of sectarian violence in Syria is not so much in the interest of Assad but more in the interest of the insurgents in order to provoke harsh reactions from the Syrian government troops, which finally could provoke foreign intervention."

Japan: Fear of radiation creeping south ~ link Lingering concerns about radiation a year into the Fukushima nuclear crisis have prompted people even as far away as the Tokyo area, some 100 to 250 km from the Fukushima No. 1 power plant, to move away.

Japan: Iwaki City will start burning radioactive debris in April ~ link ~ Almost as scary as the horrific global effects of the Fukushima nuclear disaster is watching an entire First World nation of people allow their government to do almost nothing to effectively contain the problem and to accept the most outrageous lies.  The burning of radioactive waste in Japanese cities will increase the dangers to its citizens.  Japan is dying and its "leaders" are mostly doing nothing but lying about it.   Stirling  

Not a problem, says the city. The debris from the natural disaster (earthquake, tsunami) was doused with radioactive fallout from Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant.

As I wrote earlier today, plutonium isotopes were found in Iwaki City on a metal plate that had been outside since March 11, 2011, and they were of Fukushima I Nuke Plant origin.

But the city will start burning in earnest in April so that the city is debris-free by the end of 2013.

Even more austerity measures as Spain's public debt soars ~ link Spain’s financial situation is deteriorating rapidly, with debt reaching an historic high of 68.5 percent of GDP during the last quarter of 2011. It has now entered its second recession since 2009.

“Spain seems to be the main risk in the near future for Europe,” said UBS AG chief European economist Stephane Deo.

The last time people bought gold coins at this rate, the economy was on the verge of falling off the cliff ~ link

Portugal paralyzed by General Strike as a Second Bailout looms ~ link ~ Portugal was paralysed by a general strike yesterday, as workers demonstrated against austerity measures and labour reforms.

The Lisbon metro, which carries more than half a million passengers every weekday, stayed closed. Train, bus and ferry companies in the capital and the second-largest city, Porto, ran few services. Many schools, hospitals, courts, government offices, post offices, libraries, museums, refuse collection services and ports were also affected.

Saudi Arabia and China team up to build a gigantic new oil refinery - Is this the Beginning of the End for the Petrodollar? ~ link ~ Also see ~ link The largest oil exporter in the Middle East has teamed up with the second largest consumer of oil in the world (China) to build a gigantic new oil refinery and the mainstream media in the United States has barely even noticed it.  This mammoth new refinery is scheduled to be fully operational in the Red Sea port city of Yanbu by 2014.  Over the past several years, China has sought to aggressively expand trade with Saudi Arabia, and China now actually imports more oil from Saudi Arabia than the United States does.  In February, China imported 1.39 million barrels of oil per day from Saudi Arabia.  That was 39 percent higher than last February.  So why is this important?  Well, back in 1973 the United States and Saudi Arabia agreed that all oil sold by Saudi Arabia would be denominated in U.S. dollars.  This petrodollar system was adopted by almost the entire world and it has had great benefits for the U.S. economy.  But if China becomes Saudi Arabia's most important trading partner, then why should Saudi Arabia continue to only sell oil in U.S. dollars?  And if the petrodollar system collapses, what is that going to mean for the U.S. economy?
Those are very important questions, and they will be addressed later on in this article.  First of all, let's take a closer look at the agreement reached between Saudi Arabia and China recently.

UK Budget: A bonanza for the rich and more pain for the workers ~ link ~ Government by and for the 1%.   Stirling    

The Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition’s budget is unambiguously aimed at enriching the top 1 percent at the expense of everyone else.

Two years into the most severe austerity measures since the 1930s, during which time living standards have plummeted, Chancellor George Osborne announced the top rate of tax will be cut from 50 to 45 pence.

Feds buying up all surplus ammo in USA ~ link ~ This confirms a private report that a friend gave me the other day.   Stirling       

9/11: The official account of the Pentagon Attack is a Fantasy ~ link ~ If you have not read anything lately on the 9/11 False Flag attacks, please do take the time to read this excellent article at the link.  Stirling   

America 2012:  What would George Washington do? ~ link ~ If George Washington found himself in the position of the current US President (who, incredibly, is alleged to have taught Constitutional Law), one can only wonder what he would do. One thing is certain – he would be moving towards the spirit and the letter of the US Constitution, and not away from it. 

Quite simply, Washington’s qualification as President was embodied in his fundamental philosophy on ruling, ”Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master.” As it stands, it is all but impossible to see the 44th President of the United States adhering to any such fundamentals.

All indicators point to America as a nation at the crossroads. The current two-party cabal in power in D.C. may be blinded by the power and trappings of privilege, but our leaders would do well to emulate the unique character demonstrated by the nation’s first commander-in-chief all those years ago.

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