Thursday, May 16, 2013

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE


 Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE
Holy Shroud of Turin
Japan PM warns of possible military response to Chinese subs ~ link 
Holland vows to address economic woes in his second year ~ link ~ The fox, caught coming out of the hen house with chicken blood all over him, says that he is fighting to increase hen house security.  in other words, this earns the Rothschild-owned puppet President of France the dreaded Five BS Flag Award.   Stirling
Greek teachers abandon strike plans after government emergency decree ~ link ~ School teachers in Greece have dropped their plans to hold a strike during university entrance exams after the government passed an emergency decree to thwart their move.

Nikos Papachristos, head of the Federation of Secondary Education State School Teacher (OLME), said on Thursday that the plans for the strike, scheduled to begin on Friday, were abandoned.

"There are colleagues facing dismissal, we don't want families to cry and homes to shut," he said. 
'Fight Club UK' - Economic crisis sparks 'heartless' culture in British males ~ link ~ These young men have no hope, no meaningful jobs, no way to start a family.  So they are full of anger.  Just one more side effect from the Global Banking Cartel's drive to their satanic New World Order.   Stirling   
Congressman: US Justice Dept. wiretapped Congress ~ link ~ This could get Obama Impeached!  Stirling    
Only 24% of Americans satisfied with US  says Gallup poll ~ link ~ A new nationwide opinion poll indicates that less than one in four Americans are satisfied with the current situation in the United States.
The survey, conducted by Gallup on May 2-7, was based on nationwide telephone interviews with 1,535 American adults. Its results were released on May 14.
The results show that only 24 percent of Americans are satisfied with the situation in the US in May, a decrease from 30 percent in April and below the 25 percent average for the first five months of the year.
The poll also pointed out that the yearly average at 25 percent is less than it was last year at 26 percent, with the last five years representing the longest sustained period of low satisfaction since the agency regularly began to measure satisfaction in 1981. 
'Worst then death row':  Gitmo hunger strike reaches Day 100 - with video ~ link  

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