Power of Nightmares

Understand the Western media mind rapists.





77 comments:

Anonymous said...

Why was this posted exactly, a new tired version of the same old story of how 19 hijackers brought down the World Trade Centre?
We didn't believe it then and we should believe it now? This is indeed a nightmare.

Anonymous said...

Tales of fantasy put together by those with time on their hands. Of course Said Qutub hated the vulgarity, violence and sheer stupidity of the US. As any thinking person would do. From that to all this clash of civilisation stuff and 9/11 myths is a wholly USan move. They scare us still, but we shall not give up the fight until the last one of us is six-feet under.

Anonymous said...

Fascinating! I think this should be on the syllabus too: along with conspiracy theories, the false flag for students. In fact, we should all become recruits of the various secret service agencies. That way lie sanity and salvation.

Anonymous said...

For informatron: Dieudonné's Anti-Sionist Party got less than 2% of the vote. Or so they say. Never mind. Ce n'est qu'un début. Hizb's seeming electoral loss in Lebanon might be considered a gain.

Anonymous said...

So was it all only a storm in a teacup, the Dieudonné thing? I think not. They'll be back, our anti-Sionists and next time round they'll not be dismissed with the same ease.

Anonymous said...

Well, well, what do you know? The Western mind rapists at work. And the Muslims giving them ample help! Somehow, it lacks the ring of plausibility.

Anonymous said...

Mutual Funds dump bonds, accumulate gold - 06-09 09 - Last week Northwest Mutual announced a major change in asset holdings. It seems the firm’s management has chosen bullion over bonds.
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., the third-largest U.S. life insurer by 2008 sales, has bought gold for the first time the company’s 152-year history to hedge against further asset declines.
Northwestern Mutual has accumulated about $400 million in gold, and CEO Edward Zore said the price could double or even rise fivefold if the economy continues to weaken. “The downside risk is limited, but the upside is large,” Zore said.
All of 'em clinging on to gold now. Ha!

Anonymous said...

If the dollar is replaced as a reserve currency, Am military power collapses literally overnight and with it the ability to dominate world affairs. All the aircraft, ships, submarines, the over 700 overseas military bases - mostly in the Middle East protecting the flow of the economy's lifeblood (oil) - are currently paid for on the Chinese credit card. The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq are in fact being financed by Chinese money.

Anonymous said...

Europe swings Right as depression deepens
Telegraph 09 giugno 2009
The establisment Left had been crushed across most of Europe, just as it was in the early 1930s. We have seen the ultimate crisis of capitalism — what Marxist-historian Eric Hobsbawm calls the "dramatic equivalent of the collapse of the Soviet Union" — yet socialists have completely failed to reap any gain from the seeming vindication of their views.
Left-wing incumbents in Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Hungary, Poland, Denmark, and of course Britain were either slaughtered, or badly mauled.
The Dutch Labour party that has dominated national politics for the last half century fell behind the anti-immigrant movement of Geert Wilders (banned from entering Britain). It serves them right for the staggeringly stupid decision to force through the European Constitution (renamed Lisbon) after it had already been rejected by their own voters by a fat margin in the 2005 referendum. The Portuguese Socialists face Siberian exile after seeing a 18pc drop in their vote.
In Germany and Austria, the Social Democrats suffered their worst defeats since World War Two. Unemployment in Germany may reach 5m by 2010.
In Ireland — now crucifixion laboratory for the EMU, and downgraded again today to AA by S&P — the ruling Fianna Fail lost every single seat in the European Parliament. As for Gordon Brown, I can only say that having derided UKIP as fringe losers, his attempt to cling top office after UKIP trounced him is quite astonishing.
So, we may lose three or four governments in Europe in coming days or weeks — or even worse, they may survive. The drama is unfolding as I feared. Half way through the depression, we are facing the exactly the sort of political disintegration that occurs in times of profound economic rupture.

Anonymous said...

Afghan Taliban Responds To Obama`s Cairo Speech
By Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan - 9.6.09
Barack Obama claims good-will and tolerance towards Muslims at a time when their occupation forces are committing mass murder and disturbing and imprisoning Muslims in Afghanistan and Iraq. They violate their legal rights and mercilessly martyr them to defend their rights. They put them in the most hateful prisons of the world. Given these wild and illegal actions by Americans, Obama`s baseless speech has no importance.

Anonymous said...

Russia analyst says BRIC unlikely to evolve into organization
RIA Novosti Dmitry Astakhov
MOSCOW, June 9 (RIA Novosti) - The world's largest emerging economies known under the acronym BRIC are unlikely to form an influential organization due to major differences in their economies and culture, a leading Russian economist said on Tuesday.
The leaders of Brazil, Russia, India and China are due to hold their first ever summit in Russia next week, focusing on the global recession, reform of the financial system, and their further dialogue. The countries' foreign ministers held talks in Russia's Yekaterinburg in 2008, a meeting that was widely seen as an attempt to build a political alliance.
"BRIC has no future," Yevgeny Yasin, head of research at the Higher School of Economics, told RIA Novosti. "I believe it will remain an informal club in form and essence."
"Nothing unites them, and they cannot create a union which, let's say, would control the global economy. They face absolutely different objectives and have no shared interests," he said.
Yasin said Russia was culturally closer to Europe, and that the only thing it has in common with the other three BRIC countries is its poor human rights record.
He also said none of the BRIC countries' national currencies would become the world's reserve currency any time soon.

Anonymous said...

Chinese to invest at least $400 million in Zambian copper/cobalt ops
China Nonferrous Metal Mining Corp, which has already commissioned the Chambishi smelter in Zambia is to invest $400 million to re-open the Baluba copper/cobalt mine and also to develop the Mulyashi project.
LUSAKA - China Nonferrous Metal Mining Corp. (CNMC) on Saturday pledged to invest $400 million in Zambia's Luanshya Copper Mines (LCM) after formally taking over the running of the mines, officials said.
Mines and Minerals Development Minister Maxwell Mwale said CNMC would also develop the Mulyashi project, which previous owners of LCM had said could start producing 60,000 tonnes of copper cathode by 2010.
"It is the expectation of the government that CNMC will invest no less than $400 million in re-opening Baluba mine and developing the Mulyashi project," Mwale said during the ceremony to hand over the mine to CNMC.
Both Baluba and Mulyashi are part of LCM, a joint venture of International Mineral Resources (IMR) and Bein Stein Resources Group (BSRG), which also operated Chambishi Metals Plc, the southern African country's largest cobalt producer.
CNMC Vice President Tao Xinghu said CNMC would reopen Baluba and develop Mulyashi as soon as possible, but he gave no timeframe.
Some bomb, while others negotiate.

Anonymous said...

The morning brings:
- Tube strike in London
- Arcandor files for insolvency
- Chrysler apparently goes to Fiat
- Pearl Hotel Peshawar where a bomb went off last night was being bought up by the USans for their spanking new consulate in Pakistan's North Western Frontier Province
- Weary though we all are of them, the wars go on

Anonymous said...

poiuytr, where is informatron, where is james and some of the others? have they all given up?
also, the blog is not functioning properly. i only manage to use it by using a trick: i press on the red stop button. terribly time-consuming and an utter bore. can't something be done?

Anonymous said...

Wholeheartedly second anon 07:49 and go even further: couldn't we make it up with Iraqwar-ru? Would improve our chances of survival.
Anon 07:29: did you miss out on the swine flu? That dirty rat of a so-called country Australia is in cahoots with WHO to call a pandemic on the basis of some 40 cases detected on Austro territory. Wars, depression and pandemic, a complete picture of desolation from which only our marvellous leaders can save us.

Anonymous said...

"Given our current situation, anti-Semitism is not just our right, but it is the duty of every Hungarian homeland lover, and we must prepare for armed battle against the Jews." Hungarian Police Officers' Trade Union

Anonymous said...

I'm hearing you 10:59. Take a look at this:
"We learned then to thicken our skins with walnut juice, lie down in dark rooms, and dissent from Goldman Sachs. Such seclusion is called for once again as Goldman replays its BRIC anthem and raises its oil forecast to $85 a barrel this year, betting that the world will roar back on a tidal wave of liquidity.
It is perhaps unkind to mention that Goldman issued a $200 call at the top of the speculative frenzy last year, just before oil crashed, but they have broad shoulders." The Daily Telegraph's Ambrose Evans Pritchard expressing dissent from his beloved USans. Must mean something in the sense that it might all add up finally.

Anonymous said...

Recession is at an end,
say leading economists
Thinktank says UK industrial output has risen for consecutive months, after nadir in March
(The Guardian, 10.6.09)

Anonymous said...

Russia May Swap Some U.S. Treasuries for IMF Debt (10.6.09)
Russia may switch some of its reserves from U.S. Treasuries to International Monetary Fund bonds, the central bank said today. The comment drove Treasuries and the dollar lower.
A vote of no confidence.

Anonymous said...

Russian banks owe to foreigners, mostly to US banks, 550 bln US dollars, Russian reserves are about $ 400 bln. Add here heavily indebted state oil and gaz companies, metallurgy... Its simple math - without high energy prices Russia will go under in a year.

Anonymous said...

Russia's public debt to GDP is what, 6 or 7%? Their forex reserves are among the largest in the world.

poiuytr said...

EVERYONE -- technical rubbish

how's the blog working? some are apparently experiencing problems either viewing it or commenting.

it kept reloading every second for me but now it seems OK.

no settings were changed! nothing was done by me at all in fact, since NBN7Jun (4 posts ago).

last 3 posts were added by JamesW, so we can surmise he's back and functioning!

so if there are problems, then it maybe something within those posts, something embedded in the vids maybe.

but again, nothing was done to the blog to make it misbehave!

all NBNs are also on nationbynation.blogspot.com and that one appears to be functioning OK.

on JamesW: although i haven't heard from him, the 3 posts were by him, so he must be around.

on informatron: i don't know. no emails from him. probably on vacation? maybe.

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19:47 -- recession is over

yes. that's correct! UK's, with its 25B GBP/mo printing is now officially moving from 'recession' to 'hyperinflation'.

Anonymous said...

Shariah Banking: The Islamification of Wales UK
The new programme, called the Islamic Banking Finance Centre UK (IBFC-UK), has been established in partnership with Islamic Banking & Finance Institute in Malaysia (IBFIM) and Cardiff University’s Business School and Centre of Islam.
Akmal Hanuk, chief executive of IBFC-UK was quoted in the media as saying that “The Islamic finance sector is expanding at an exponential rate and is now estimated to be worth $1.2 trillion globally and growing faster than any of the conventional banks, between 15-20 percent.
To the (uncredited) author of this article: what, precisely are you referring to when you use the word "colonization", and why is the establishment of an Islamic banking system such a perceived threat to Wales??
Is it possible (although never mentioned) that because the Islamic system of loaning money is done on a fixed fee basis, not compound interest, as it is done here in the West, some Western banks are getting very nervous?
What we have here is not a "clash of civilizations"; we have a clash of financial systems.

Anonymous said...

Well, well, I'm so, so glad James is here again. Without him the blog misses its right hand. So welcome back James W, with all weapons rightly trained on the terrorising west.
Mandolin

Anonymous said...

This day is devoted to cover-up-deception-propaganda stories:
- The shooting at the Holocaust Museum, for instance, by someone called James von Brunn. Apparently Mr von Brunn, whoever he was, was associated with all the things Establishment America hates most, including the 911 Truth Movement. He might even have been a Jew himself. Go figure.
- Similarly unbelievable: AF447 might have been an al Quaida act. It took them some time, but they got there finally.
- Equally crazy are all the anti-Americanism in Israel stories.t- When in doubt, reach out for illness: the Swine Flu is gearing up for new life.
- Econ: Not only is UK out of recession, the rest of Europe is on the path to recovery as well.
- And, yes, the wars go on and on and on. Filthy pacifist that I am, this bothers me tremendously.
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Anonymous said...

Look, poiuytr, James, probably the blog has grown bigger than it was intended to be. Space is no doubt limited in the place hosting your site. Get rid of stuff, but old stuff, please. Into the archives they go. Or if that is space- limited, too, perhaps one needs to delete a few things? We are doing technical wonders (stop button, etc.) to get the least thing posted here.

Anonymous said...

Greetings James. What say you to below?
11 June 2009 EU Security Proposals are 'Dangerously Authoritarian'
'Civil liberties groups say the proposals would create an EU ID card register, internet surveillance systems, satellite surveillance, automated exit-entry border systems operated by machines reading biometrics and risk profiling systems. Europe's justice ministers will hold talks on the "domestic security policy" and surveillance network proposals, known in Brussels circles as the "Stockholm programme", on July 15 with the aim of finishing work on the EU's first ever internal security policy by the end of 2009.'

Anonymous said...

110 days to go and that's it, USans begin the fighting at home. That's one prediction. Then "Prediction Expert" Gerald Celente has this to say about the situation:
"When people have lost everything they have nothing to lose. Violence and crime will explode. Look at the OECD figures. The number of people not graduating from high school is exploding -- they're whacked out on drugs. New York City will look like Mexico City in a few years. The collapse of morality from top down -- and especially in the government -- makes it inevitable."
"Washington has declared 'Economic Martial Law'. Wall Street is putting Main Street out of business. The key to watch is Christmas sales. They’ll fail. Christmas will be when reality sets in." "Another trend we wrote about over 2 years ago was the tax revolt. What’s happened? Tax revenues have collapsed by 33%. And the wealthy people are leaving."
"We predict state secessionist movements will rival the breakup of the Soviet Union."
"The only way we can ever recover is to return to individual community, personal responsibility, local government. Look at GM. Junk cars financed by junk bonds. Now owned by a junk government.
"How will it all end?", we queried. Will the dollar survive?
"The dot com bubble should have burst and gone away in a short sharp recession. But the boys at the Fed re-inflated the economy by lowering interest rates to a 46 year low -- and in turn created the real estate bubble -- much bigger than the dot com bubble." "Now they’re creating the bailout bubble -- which will ultimately dwarf the real estate bubble. It will cause the implosion of the global economy world wide -- which will not be able to be repaired by creating yet another bubble. Every time the government fails, it tells a bigger lie and then a still bigger lie."
"These previous bubbles were allowed to pop -- but they didn’t destroy the infrastructure of the country. This bailout bubble will."
"But this bubble will be the last one. After the final blowout of the bailout bubble, we are concerned that the government will take the nation into war. This is a historical precedent that’s been done over and over again."
"So, it’s not that the dollar that will survive. We may not even survive. Look at the German mess after WWI. It gave rise to Fascism and WWII. The next war will be fought with weapons of mass destruction."

Anonymous said...

Hey Guru Men, What is it all about, these warnings about a coming war? As far as we know, the west is already at war with the Muslim world. Celente happens to be the latest to speak of nuclear destruction. OK, the west on one side, but who's to be on the other? Russia, China, NKorea, the hardy Muslims again, and who else? What will SouthAm's role be in the devastation? And where will India find itself when the first bombs fall? Important, frightening questions. Anyone know the answers?

Anonymous said...

So, boys and girls, we were warned often enough: Jun 11, 2009
Swine flu at highest alert
The World Health Organization declares the first flu pandemic in 41 years.
Diversionary tactics at this level can only mean something untoward is about to happen (or has happened already. Wonder what it will turn out to be.

Anonymous said...

Top French court rips heart out of Sarkozy internet law (11.6.09)
The Constitutional Council declared access to the internet to be a basic human right, directly opposing the key points of Mr Sarkozy's law, passed in April, which created the first internet police agency in the democratic world.
The strongly-worded decision means that Mr Sarkozy's scheme has backfired and inadvertently boosted those who defend the free-for-all culture of the web.

Anonymous said...

Buyers face mortgage hike as inflation fears mount (The Guardian - 12.6.09)
Nationwide raises cost of most popular deals, with others likely to follow suit in coming days
poiuytr 08:50 - Confirmation of what you said.
Tangoing towards hyperinflation.

Anonymous said...

Election day in Iran, but mum is the word until the results are out.
UK econ grinning from ear to ear, but BoE says one in 10 homeowners in negative equity.
US recovery could outstrip Europe's pace, but foreclosures in Hawai soar to 503 per cent.
France, the beautiful, the modest, announces state deficit explosion to top 72bn euros. In June 08 it was 45bn euros.

Anonymous said...

Look, James, poiuytr, For heaven's sake get this blog fixed. It's been off its head since June 7. You do nothing, all present readers will drift away and go elsewhere where fewer acrobatics are involved in looking at the site. Your choice.

Anonymous said...

Is Green, The New Name of Totalitarianism
http://mat-rodina.blogspot.com/2009/06/green-new-name-of-totalitarianism.html
June 8, 2009
As record cold strikes the world, from freezing temperatures and snow, in late May, covering central North America, to snow storms in May in Yekaterinburg and other areas of western Siberia (and no, unlike what most people think, that is not normal) to record cold temperatures in Australia and New Zealand, the Global Warming ruckus is being proven by nature to be nothing but lies. When it is said, record cold temperatures in Australia, that means, since colonization, thus some 200 years. This when by the standards of the Green screech, all life should have self combusted in the Australian wilderness, yet snow covers the ground.
The list of records goes on and on, from once in a hundred year snow falls in Saudi Arabia and Jordon, falling twice in a row now, to snow in Morocco and on the Gulf Coast East Texas (even if it only lasted a single day, it was still an event of rarity for the area). From an "empty" North Pole recovering all the ice it lost over the past fifty years, in one single winter and building up more. To glaciers, in Alaska and New Zealand, growing so fast, that their movement down hill is measurable in meters per day: sit back, drink a couple of liters of beer and watch the glacier actual move towards you.
The only part of the world that has experienced warmer temperatures has been Russia and Eastern Europe, and then only European Russia. Why? Simple, the Siberian winds have been mostly blowing east over into North America and not West into Russia and the rest of Eastern Europe.
Interestingly enough, the sun has been silent for almost a year: no sunspots. Why does that matter? easy: sunspots cause increases in solar radiation (heat), thus no sunspots, less heat and another major hole in the man made global warming lies.
But, dear reader, I digress. What is Man Made Global Warming (MMGW)? Why nothing more than the latest manufactured crisis by the Watermelons (Green on the outside, Marxist Red on the inside) to control humanity and not just in a few Western nations but world wide. With little or no real science but with a world class fear mongering PR machine, the Watermelons have scared the average sheeple (citizen) of most major nations, into willingly sticking his and or her neck into the noose of totalitarian control, all in the name of saving the world from a crisis that does not exist. Outside the fact that carbon dioxide (read: plant food) is a green house gas on a Lafler Curve...thus diminishing returns, and considering that water vapor holds ten times as much heat and that plant food and water means more (gasp) plants, thus a greener, richer planet, the obvious trend in the climate is not warming, but quite the opposite.
Yet the scared public, foolish in their self love, that they are capable of controlling God's creation as only God can (but humanism killed God, as if hubris could) is more than willing to let an elite answerable to none, dictate and control how they live, love and procreate (because population control is always part of these "solutions").
As I demonstrated in, Sustainable, Green Development Means the Death of Russian Progress , this route, for Russia will be nothing more than an absolute disaster.
Combined with the world wide economic collapse, the Green Threat of MMGW, will prove the final nail in the coffin of human freedom, dignity and hope. Now there is some serious change!
Not my favourite topic and one that tends to be neglected on this blog, but this article had its moments of lucidity.

Anonymous said...

June 11, 2009
Japan secretly trying to divest out of their US debt? Posted by Chris Brunner
Two Japanese nationals were detained by Italian financial police last week after trying to enter Switzerland with $134 billion worth of undeclared U.S. bonds, mostly Treasury bonds, an Italian daily said Wednesday. The Japanese consulate general in Milan confirmed that the detention had taken place and said it was trying to confirm with Italian authorities whether the two were indeed Japanese nationals and their identities.
According to the report in il Giornale, two unidentified Japanese in their 50s concealed the bonds, including 249 U.S. Treasury bonds each worth $500 million, in a suitcase with a false bottom that was searched by the Italian authorities June 3 when they were in Chiasso, at the border with Switzerland, about 50 kilometers north of Milan. The daily did not say on what charges they have been detained, but the two may have been detained on suspicion of attempting to take a large amount of securities out of Italy without declaring it because the paper said they had not declared the bonds.
This is very significant news, because one of the following must be true:
1. The Japanese are trying to secretly divest themselves of about 25% of their US debt. (They own about $600B in US debt.)
2. The Japanese are acting as Chinese or North Korean agents in trying to help them divest themselves of US debt in secret.
3. There is an enormous sum of counterfeit US debt out there and these guys are trying to sell some of it.
None of these cases bodes well for the US debt market.

Anonymous said...

Business Moguls Demand Cap and Trade
Latest scam would finance industry shift to low wage nations at the expense of consumers. Carbon emissions reduction depends on possible future adoption of restrictions by developing nations. Yes we can!
Global CEOs back greenhouse gas cuts, carbon caps by John Heilprin - 2009-05-26
Global business leaders added momentum to prospects for a new U.N. climate treaty by agreeing Tuesday that the world must cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by mid-century by setting specific limits on carbon.
Government officials reported little progress in setting such limits, however, showing how distant a new treaty remains.
Some 500 CEOs and other top business experts said at the conclusion of the three-day World Business Summit on Climate Change in Denmark that "immediate and substantial" emissions cuts were needed by 2020, followed by cuts of at least 50 percent of 1990 levels by 2050. They said governments should use the marketplace to set a global price on carbon instead of taxing it, according to a statement from conference organizers.
Under cap-and-trade, the government establishes a market for carbon dioxide by distributing credits to companies that emit greenhouse gases. The companies can then invest in technologies to reduce emissions to reach a certain target or buy credits from other companies that already have met their emission reduction goals.
But there is widespread dispute over the details of how cap-and-trade would work, with critics saying it would lead to higher costs for some consumers and could hurt bruised economies.

Anonymous said...

China overtakes US as world’s no.1 car market
June 10, 2009 - People’s Daily
If someone asks what kind of commodity market is most brisk in China this year, the ready answer would definitely be the car market.
Against a backdrop of slump car markets worldwide from January to May this year, the car market in China is the first to warm up, and car sales have grown for five months in a row. So, the country has overtaken the United States as the world’s No. 1 car market. If nothing goes wrong in the year, China’s auto sales will breach the 10 million target.

Anonymous said...

This goes some way to explaining oil prices increases.

poiuytr said...

9:47 -- "do something about the blog not working"

what?

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10:47 -- Green stuff

west with HAARP system and chemtrails deliberately destroying weather has been in lots of my posts, of course, where applicable so it's not a daily focus. also, west is the eco-serial killer and NBN has covered some of the eco assaults west commits like in Australia recently or the DU bombing of Iraq, which has raised UK ambient radiation 400%. all covered...

yes, weather has been totally derailed by the patchy deliberate west destruction of ionosphere. but it's a very fuzzy system. west would like to control it and send hurricanes where they want, steal rain from others, issue famine on demand, and have a pretty sun shine over their ugly snouts, but Gaia is far more complicated.

there's no grasp of the factors, much less understanding of the system so there's no point debating the ins and outs of weather disasters.

what must be debated and what this article you posted fails to do also is the fact that the eco destruction of earth is caused by the west monster and deliberately so.

west is the disease in every respect.

and see, this point is again simply omitted. and there is NO other point!

that west is trying to use the weather problems as a means for new taxes is immaterial. yes, west will use any and all war weapons against defenceless civilians but it's got nothing to do with weather per se. it's no more important than 911 pretext for world war.

weather is just another west manufactured lie to spew its evil on the world.

look, in general, forget all these side issues. the disease here is the west disgusting monster and the cretinous baboon population that props the war regimes.

get rid of that and weather will settle in a few decades -- possibly.

let the beast plod on and die, either thanks to some eco-disaster or in direct blaze of anti-children bullets west loves to fire.

there is no other debate or issue here.

do you get the point i'm trying to make? i'm not sure if i'm making sense here... hmmm

remember the guy in Denmark? the "scientist" that confirmed explosives in WTC? well, he was on TV debating the explosives, the tests, the confirmation, going on endlessly about his little lab work. that's NOT important. that's all side drivel deliberately put on to obscure the point, which is, of course, that west did 911. not once did the "scientist" say that even though that's the finding here. right?

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poiuytr said...

10:47 -- cont'd


so this is the same. all these green people are roiled and correctly so over all this data pouring in how the weather is screwed up. but none, absolutely none touches on the real point: which is the fact that west is destroying weather deliberately.

and so getting involved in the sideline drivel, though it's interesting, is pointless, completely pointless.

i say enough of spinning wheels for the fun of the west war junta child murdering bastards. let's all just focus on the problem here. let's all unite our struggles.

the eco-green guy's problem stems from exactly the same source that murders children in Iraq, that tortures people for 8 yrs in USA cages, that lie on TV 24/7, that destroyed this blog with their google spy network technologies, that brought down the plane over Amazon 2 yrs ago killing 150, that tried the hit on Morales, that wiped out islands in South Pacific with nuke tests, that erased Tesla from books and replaced it with einstein and other pile of jesuit charlatans, that are bankrupting people around the globe while printing themselves tens of trillions, that are sodomising children in front of their parents in USA/UK torture dungeons, that did 911, etc etc etc etc....

we're all facing the same monster regardless where you live, what you do, what you understand.

unless these green people unify with anti-war folks and 911 truthers and the crowds demonstrating the west "bailout" theft and so on... the west vampire is unlikely to be dented.

it's the compartmentalisation of struggles that weaken the beast's opposition.

that's why i personally don't care about the "scientific" spin on weather tragedy just like i don't care about the 911 squibs being timed exactly in some demolition sequence. that's all details that waste everyone's time.

focus on the monster at hand before it eats you like it wants to.

all west folks should have burnt by now their citizenship tags and stood upright against the filth they so willingly represent. unless that happens any sideline debate on details of the west evil is immaterial.

maybe i'm being too harsh or too brisk... i don't mean to be. in short, the article should have had in it that all eco problems are caused deliberately by the west evil machine. all articles on any subject should end today by "west is the disease" tag and a call to across the board unification using the French student's motto: unite your struggles.

Anonymous said...

Ahmadinejad Overwhelmingly Reelected in Iran. This time colored revolution failed!
Opposition Contests Results, Complains Not All Were Able to Vote
by Jason Ditz, June 12, 2009
http://news.antiwar.com/2009/06/12/ahmadinejad-overwhelmingly-reelected-in-iran/
Despite an enormous turnout and a premature declaration of victory from challenger Mir-Hossein Mousavi, preliminary results from the election commission say that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has won reelection by a wide margin.
An official declaration is not expected to be made until some time on Saturday, but with more than 60 percent of the nation’s nearly 33 million votes counted, the incumbent is say to be leading by more than a 2-to-1 margin (66 percent to 31 percent) and is only 2.5 million votes from being guaranteed to obtain the majority needed to avoid a run-off election next week.
Mousavi had previously insisted that he was the “certain winner” of the election, and is now complaining of unspecified widespread voting irregularities. The polls were kept open an extra four hours to accommodate the unprecedented turnout but complaints remain, particularly from the Mousavi camp, that the polls were closed too soon and not everyone was able to vote.
Still, the enormous majority apparently won by President Ahmadinejad seems to have left little doubt that the polls predicting his victory have proven accurate. The ability to maintain that majority even amid a high turnout seen to favor the challenger underscores his popularity, particularly in rural and poorer areas.
Someone above said mum's the word. True. But now we can open our lungs in a hearty yell of victory. Long Live...

Anonymous said...

21:49, 22:31 - I used to shiver with apprehension at the thought of the Chinese swapping their traditional bikes for cars (no doubt, scammy green stuff, poiuytr). Now I hope each Chinese becomes the proud owner of a PV before long. Similarly, may China lift its one family-one child ban soon. Then we'll see what the world looks like. Also, 10:21, congrats!

Anonymous said...

SCO meeting to take place on Monday, 15.6.09 in Yekaterinburg. Something interesting might come out of it. For me, they're more important than BRIC any day.

Anonymous said...

How did the Lebanese actually vote?
With 52 per cent of about 3 million registered voters actually voting, the opposition led by Hizbollah’s coalition received 55 per cent of the vote (840,000) but only 45 per cent of the seats (57). Hizbollah itself fielded only 11 candidates in deference to its coalition partners, the same number it had in the previous parliament. All of them won their seats overwhelmingly. On the other hand, the governing coalition received 45 per cent of the vote (692,000) and 55per cent of the seats. In essence, the governing coalition won 68 seats, while independents won 3 seats, but later joined the governing coalition for a total of 71 seats.
In other words, the make-up of the current parliament changed only by one seat from the previous one, and that merely only happened after the independents were enticed to join the governing coalition. Moreover, the real surprise was that Gen. Aoun’s party, the coalition partner of Hizbollah, received, according to the results announced by the Lebanese interior ministry, 52 per cent of the Christian vote, though picking up fewer seats than his Christian rivals. Only in a fantasy world would such numbers be declared “a clear repudiation of Hizbollah’s coalition program,” as the clearly biased mainstream media, particularly the NYT’s Thomas Friedman ,would have you believe.
M Media growing crazier by the minute. Look at what they managed over Iran. A sign of desperation of their part? The beginning-of-the-end syndrome?

Anonymous said...

U.S.inflation possible,say economists
Bears out what poiuytr repeats about the economy.
WASHINGTON, Jun. 12, 2009 (Xinhua News Agency) — Is the United States headed for inflation? Predictions are a mixed bag, from pronouncements of hyperinflation to more conservative estimates, but most economists agree that inflation is possible, depending on the circumstances.
Recently, investor Marc Faber, known to make doomsday assessments, grabbed headlines when he said he was ?100 percent sure that the U.S. will go into hyperinflation.?
The situation could become as dire as that of Zimbabwe, whose inflation levels are more than 200 million percent, he said.
In a recent interview, the famed author of the Gloom Boom & Doom Report, an economic newsletter, said the U.S. Federal Reserve (Fed)'s reluctance to raise interest rates, which keeps inflation in check but slows the economy, will cause inflation to rise. U.S. debt will also play a role, he said.

Anonymous said...

I posted one of those green bits above. My meaning was to show how much of a scam the whole green thing is and has always been. In fact, whatever the west ever touches drips with corruption. They're a hopeless bunch.

Anonymous said...

Gazprom takes part in Iran-Pakistan pipeline
13 Jun 2009 - Iran says that it will deliver eight billion cubic meters of natural gas to Pakistan annually via the pipeline.
Russian Gazprom has entered into negotiations with Iran and Pakistan to take a share in building a gas pipeline between the two countries, an Iranian official says.
“Both we and Pakistan are talking with Gazprom and we have agreed that Gazprom can be a partner to construct the pipeline inside Pakistan,” Hojatollah Ghanimifard, the Iranian oil minister's special representative in the pipeline talks, told the Financial Times.
The initial agreement of the $7.5B Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline, also known as the Peace Pipeline, was signed in Tehran in May.
Iran says that via the pipeline it will deliver eight billion cubic meters of natural gas to Pakistan annually.
“I was in Russia, I had the pleasure of talking to high authorities in Gazprom and I proposed to them that this was in the interest of Pakistan and invited them to become involved,” Ghanimifard said, adding that the Pakistani portion of the pipeline would stretch about 900 kilometers.
“They liked this idea and accepted. We are going to see each other trilaterally in Tehran,” he said.
Ghanimifard emphasized that India still has an option to join the project, although the country has so far not been included in the gas pipeline project.
Right, Freeworld 1, West 0

Anonymous said...

America's socialism for the rich
Joseph Stiglitz says: The US has a huge corporate safety net, allowing the banks to gamble with impunity, but offers little to struggling individuals.
(The thousand and one perversions of capitalism)

Anonymous said...

I saw the other day a short video clip in which Vladimir Putin went to a Russian small town whose one industry had been shut down by greedy rich businessmen. He forced the greedy businessmen in question to sign new contract, pay back unpaid wages to workers and start the factory at once! This is socialism in action. Obama will never do that. America needs a fighter who will stand up for the weak and the poor and Obama is not it.

Anonymous said...

Hey, I went to check out Nation by Nation just now and found the exact same Error Announcement, Operation Aborted nonsense there as here. Are these two sites being targeted specially? Or is it only my PC? What do the rest of you think? I use the red stop button to get my stuff posted.

Anonymous said...

I checked it out too. I don't think it's anything to do with anyone's personal computer. No targeting either. But a technical problem has occurred somehow. On Nation by Nation (the site) one gets: "Error in this gadget" and it seems to refer to the NBN column of June 7, 09 which is the same experience we had on this blog here. Problems after NBN 7.6.09 was posted. Any ideas someone?

Anonymous said...

California broke. Doesn't seem to bother anyone.
Iran's elections decried by west. Sometimes one wonders whether this lot will ever shut up. Well, prolapse two round the corner. Meanwhile take a closer look at the picture showing Iran on the warpath. One demonstrator and a few indeterminate persons in the background. And, oh yes, a bit of smoke.
But NKorea surely on the warpath. Sometimes it seems this in the only non-west manipulated country in the world (along with Myanmar, of course).

Anonymous said...

And to blogmasters: Has anyone tried to remove NBN June 7 and then put it back on again without making the same mistake which slipped in the first time round?

poiuytr said...

TECH INFO: thanks everyone for debugging info. yes, NBN7Jun is now retired.

has it improved or does the problem, whatever it meant in terms of reduced performance for each of you, persist? thanks for continued and essential help with the fun of debugging.

poiuytr said...

20:42 -- Socialism for the rich
lovely phrase! exactly! elite socialism or straight to the point: war junta socialism. absolutely! well spotted. the perversion is beyond words.

funnily, many, as it was rigged, blame leftists for the west prolapse, completely misunderstanding that west, although concerns and banks and everything is grabbed by the elite or state, west does not have communism or even socialism. quite the contrary.

this is the same game they play with econ. they say it's deflation while it's hyperinflation and people eat it up cuz the stock price dives as stores go belly up in liquidation sales. it's a deliberate misdiagnosis. it's MALPRACTICE, as always by the west monstrous lying whores.

west is now fascism (not a dramatic term), as going by the definition of corporate elite merging with state for the working slobs and total unbridled communism orgy for the child murdering war junta elite.

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14:50 -- green stuff
yes, i know... i didn't mean to have a go at you for posting, if i came off that way. i probably did. i'm just responding to your saying that the i tend to miss the eco issues. and i do, in general. i miss lots of stuff... no question there.

but in general, eco-war on the world is just another tentacle of the very same diseased west octopus. and my point was that people tend to debate the tentacles, not the monster it belongs to. that's all.

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13:21 -- inflation possible
it's been admitted by both USA and EUnuchs. merkel ripped out half her thatch screaming over the tens of billion monthly avalanche of new cash into west. USA admitted to buying own bonds, that's giving self printed cash, and they admitted to 100+B USD. UK admitted to 25B GBP MONTHLY with some 250B GBP cap, or something that goes beyond all accounting cuz when you add the tenth billion, you get accounting deflation and the hundredth billion is no longer worth a billion just within that one single context, much less the entire west econ scam. so these numbers are so gigantic that they don't represent anything other than west headed for deflation like Latvia, the state that ushers DEVALUATION into the west cesspit. they've admitted to over 3T now in fresh cash. it's so insane that they might as well steal porn, chocolates, and have poodles pay for shoveling their manure cuz it's just over.

when west media whores say "inflation possible" they mean "devaluation is on its way". when they said they no longer believe in "deflation", a few weeks ago, they meant "extreme hyperinflation" is here.

we've moved now from extreme hyperinflation to the next step, the realm of devaluation. henceforth, it's not interesting revealing the trillions these freaks are printing to float their murder machines but the degree of deval that's about the hit the west currency machine for it's directly proportional to the long awaited physical chaos within west.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for debugging. Super now. But did you find out what went wrong with NBN June7? Thanks for being so clear: Hyperinflation over, devaluation next. If it didn't make my head spin, I'd find it even funny.

Anonymous said...

A Tale of Two Diverging Economic Worlds
F. William Engdahl Global Research, June 10, 2009
Increasingly a deep divide within the world of globalization is emerging which will have the most profound significance for the future of G7 nations’ economic and political stability. The divide is between those nations which are still embedded within the dollar system, including countries in the Eurozone, versus those emerging economies—especially the BRIC—Brazil, Russia, India, China—where new economic markets and regions are rapidly replacing their over-dependence on the United States as prime export market and prime source for investment finance. The long-term consequences will be an aggravation of the trend of the United States as a political and economic superpower in terminal decline, while dynamic new economic zones, initially mainly of regional importance, will arise.

Anonymous said...

Gallegly: Selling U.S. to China
By Elton Gallegly, June 14, 2009
For two weeks, the bill that would fund U.S. troops’ continued fight against insurgents and terrorists in Afghanistan and Iraq has been on hold. Holding it up is a provision President Barack Obama decided to insert that would allow China to dig its claws deeper into the U.S. economy while funding countries that support terrorist organizations our troops are trained to defeat.
The provision would provide $108 billion in U.S. funds to the International Monetary Fund. But because the U.S. is in debt, the money would have to be borrowed. China is the United States’ largest creditor. It is more than likely that the borrowed funds would come from China.
The IMF would then lend the money the U.S. borrowed from China — but for which U.S. taxpayers are responsible and would be paying interest on — to other countries, including such anti-U.S. states as Iran, Syria and Venezuela. Before the Lebanese elections, even Hezbollah, which is on the U.S. list of terrorist organizations, was discussing a loan from the IMF.

poiuytr said...

19:19 - tech rubbish

apparently the west prolapse is so widespread now that even NBN7Jun became toxic. but why? i don't know yet. since i don't get the problem, it's hard to debug. i fully rely on the tech endowed readership. i'm hoping the next NBN won't be toxic.

Anonymous said...

Monday, 15.6.09
Anxiously, we turn to Russia for two important meetings: SCO and BRIC.
No less anxiously do we look towards Iran where even the exceedingly disciplined Iranians have been pushed into post-elections unrest.
And with no problem at all we contemplate the following: Climate pact in jeopardy as China refuses to cut carbon emissions - Times Online | China will not make a binding commitment to reduce carbon emissions, putting in jeopardy the prospects for a global pact on climate change. S
So much the better.

Anonymous said...

De-Dollarization: Dismantling America’s Financial-Military Empire
The Yekaterinburg Turning Point - Michael Hudson Global Research, June 13, 2009
The city of Yakaterinburg, Russia’s largest east of the Urals, may become known not only as the death place of the tsars but of American hegemony too – and not only where US U-2 pilot Gary Powers was shot down in 1960, but where the US-centered international financial order was brought to ground.
Challenging America will be the prime focus of extended meetings in Yekaterinburg, Russia (formerly Sverdlovsk) today and tomorrow (June 15-16) for Chinese President Hu Jintao, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and other top officials of the six-nation Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). The alliance is comprised of Russia, China, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrghyzstan and Uzbekistan, with observer status for Iran, India, Pakistan and Mongolia. It will be joined on Tuesday by Brazil for trade discussions among the BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India and China).
The attendees have assured American diplomats that dismantling the US financial and military empire is not their aim. They simply want to discuss mutual aid – but in a way that has no role for the United States, NATO or the US dollar as a vehicle for trade. US diplomats may well ask what this really means, if not a move to make US hegemony obsolete. That is what a multipolar world means, after all. For starters, in 2005 the SCO asked Washington to set a timeline to withdraw from its military bases in Central Asia. Two years later the SCO countries formally aligned themselves with the former CIS republics belonging to the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), established in 2002 as a counterweight to NATO.

Anonymous said...

I don't get it. The Moldova farce being carried out in a sovereign state like Iran. Vote-rigging charges to be investigated now. Does no one ever get tired of the same old scenario?

Anonymous said...

India reluctant to join de-dollarisation chorus at BRIC

15 Jun 2009 - NEW DELHI: While China and Russia are likely to pitch for the induction of a new global currency to replace the dollar as the world's main reserve
(de-dollarisation) at the first BRIC summit beginning tomorrow in Yekaterinburg, it is most unlikely that India will join the chorus on this issue, according to government sources.
Although India has found congruence in the agenda of other BRIC nations on key international issues like the longstanding demand for restructuring and democratization of international institutions like IMF and the World Bank, tackling terrorism, climate change, it so far distanced itself from challenging the supremacy of dollar and is in favor of increasing SDRs' (Special Drawing Rights), which is the IMF's indigenous currency.

Anonymous said...

Anon 12.24 - RE: Moldova 2, Iran: Of the neocon-backed people in Iran, Rafsanjani (the "shark" and considered the most dangerous), Khatami (ex-prez and the most reasonable) and Moussavi (contender and figurehead) Khatami at least has backed out of that grievous alliance and offered his congratulatons to the people of Iran for their splendid turnout and expressed respect for their electoral choice. In other words, this should mean the end of the ridiculous colour rev, and a return to everyday calm.

Anonymous said...

Hey, they're talking about 100.000 demonstrators, shots being fired, one dead. I liked above analysis, but find all this extremely anxiety-making. Anyone able to set our minds at rest?

Anonymous said...

Rafsanjani, Khatami, Mousavi and others should be put under house arrest since it seems tha they are connected to the bloody Freemasonry and the illumenati even worse the ziocia/mossad. Those demonstrating in Tehran will see in the coming period the size of demonstrations coming from the countryside in support of the government. In its millions.

Anonymous said...

Civil Pro-Moussavi rally turns ugly, shots fired - 15 Jun 2009
Shots have been fired during a mass rally staged by Mir-Hossein Moussavi supporters, who cry foul over what they call 'vote-rigging' in Iran's presidential election.
PressTV's man-on-the-spot, recording live from the scene, reported that as the protesters were beginning to disperse at sundown after a peaceful rally, unidentified gunmen fired shots into the crowd.
The shooters were reportedly not in uniform.
"There has been sporadic shooting out there ... I can see people running here," said our correspondent, adding that he had seen a wounded boy, being carried.
The rally staged by pro-Moussavi supporters incredulous at the official results of Iran's presidential ballot on Friday, which gave the incumbent president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad a huge 63 percent of the cast votes.
The Monday rally, which went ahead after the Interior Ministry denied the Moussavi camp with permission for a gathering, was the largest in a series of protests since the announcement of results on Saturday.
While Moussavi has backed the right of his supporters to express their dissatisfaction with peaceful protests, he has stressed that they should remain calm and vigilant against provocations.
The rally today was peaceful until the eruption of violence in the evening.
Moussavi has filed a complaint with the election supervising body, the Guardian Council. He has also called for the annulment of the election, asking for a new vote.
Press TV is still receiving news from the scene.

Anonymous said...

The American Empire Is Bankrupt By Chris Hedges
June 15, 2009 "Truthdig" --- This week marks the end of the dollar’s reign as the world’s reserve currency. It marks the start of a terrible period of economic and political decline in the United States. And it signals the last gasp of the American imperium. That’s over. It is not coming back. And what is to come will be very, very painful.
Barack Obama, and the criminal class on Wall Street, aided by a corporate media that continues to peddle fatuous gossip and trash talk as news while we endure the greatest economic crisis in our history, may have fooled us, but the rest of the world knows we are bankrupt. And these nations are damned if they are going to continue to prop up an inflated dollar and sustain the massive federal budget deficits, swollen to over $2 trillion, which fund America’s imperial expansion in Eurasia and our system of casino capitalism. They have us by the throat. They are about to squeeze.
There are meetings being held Monday and Tuesday in Yekaterinburg, Russia, (formerly Sverdlovsk) among Chinese President Hu Jintao, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev and other top officials of the six-nation Shanghai Cooperation Organization. The United States, which asked to attend, was denied admittance. Watch what happens there carefully. The gathering is, in the words of economist Michael Hudson, “the most important meeting of the 21st century so far.”
It is the first formal step by our major trading partners to replace the dollar as the world’s reserve currency. If they succeed, the dollar will dramatically plummet in value, the cost of imports, including oil, will skyrocket, interest rates will climb and jobs will hemorrhage at a rate that will make the last few months look like boom times. State and federal services will be reduced or shut down for lack of funds. The United States will begin to resemble the Weimar Republic or Zimbabwe. Obama, endowed by many with the qualities of a savior, will suddenly look pitiful, inept and weak. And the rage that has kindled a handful of shootings and hate crimes in the past few weeks will engulf vast segments of a disenfranchised and bewildered working and middle class. The people of this class will demand vengeance, radical change, order and moral renewal, which an array of proto-fascists, from the Christian right to the goons who disseminate hate talk on Fox News, will assure the country they will impose.

Anonymous said...

Rioting in Iran and Georgia, whatever either means.
US begins closing Kyrgyz base, if that can be believed.
Hummingbird Twitter tool allowing multiple accounts no doubt being used by Moussavi supporters to flood the net.
US credit card defaults rise to record in May.

Anonymous said...

Genetically superior west is trying hard to destabilise Iran. However, Freeworld leaders in Russia, China, Venezuela have congratulated Iranian President on re-election.

Anonymous said...

$400 million in US covert operations in Iran
by Iranian-Shi'ite on 16.06.2009
"Former Pakistani Army General Mirza Aslam Beig claims the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has distributed 400 million dollars inside Iran to evoke a revolution.
In a phone interview with the Pashto Radio on Monday, General Beig said that there is undisputed intelligence proving the US interference in Iran."
htt p://www.presstv.ir/detail.aspx?id=98200§ionid=351020401

Anonymous said...

The Iranian People Speak By Ken Ballen and Patrick Doherty - Monday, June 15, 2009
Washington Post
The election results in Iran may reflect the will of the Iranian people. Many experts are claiming that the margin of victory of incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was the result of fraud or manipulation, but our nationwide public opinion survey of Iranians three weeks before the vote showed Ahmadinejad leading by a more than 2 to 1 margin -- greater than his actual apparent margin of victory in Friday's election.
If even the Washington Post is writing stuff like this, there's change in the air.

Anonymous said...

Ahah! The Venezuela script! The Moldova Shenanigans!
Just like 2002, "peaceful" protests in Caracas, massively inflated numbers, then they began shooting their OWN protesters and blaming the government. Ditto in Moldova.

Anonymous said...

UK inflation remains above 2%, official figures show owing to high tobacco and alcohol prices. Dooooooooooooooooooooooooom - deflation will sweep the nation in the near future devaluing everything and everyone. We will be catapulted back into the Middle Ages and grub out the rest of eternity in turnip fields.
That or it will never happen (not in the country that is the Cradle of Greed) and it will actually be rampant inflation caused by people on 0.5% mortgage rates buying yachts and Jacuzzis with their spare cash. No savers or old people need apply.
Economic science is a just branch of alchemy and phrenology. Im off to divine stock prices in tea leaves.

Anonymous said...

Jun 16 - Ahmadinejad won. Get over it
Without any evidence, many U.S. politicians and “Iran experts” have dismissed Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s reelection Friday, with 62.6 percent of the vote, as fraud.They ignore the fact that Ahmadinejad’s 62.6 percent of the vote in this year’s election is essentially the same as the 61.69 percent he received in the final count of the 2005 presidential election, when he trounced former President Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani. The shock of the “Iran experts” over Friday’s results is entirely self-generated, based on their preferred assumptions and wishful thinking.

Anonymous said...

BRIC group plans own revolution
By W Joseph Stroupe - 16.6.09
Part 1: Awakening ahead on bond delusion
Russia announced on June 10 that it will purchase US$10 billion of the new SDR-denominated International Monetary Fund bonds. It also announced that it will further diversify its $140 billion of US dollar holdings. Brazil will also buy $10 billion worth of the new bonds, and China will buy $50 billion of the new bonds. India will likely announce its own purchases very soon.
These are merely the opening moves by the BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India, China) countries, leaders of the emerging market economies of the world. Their summit on Tuesday in the central Russian city of Yekaterinburg, scene of the July 1918 execution of Tsar Nicholas II and his family, may prove to be a milestone in
efforts to engineer the architecture of a new global order spanning financial, economic, trade, and monetary matters.

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