Nation By Nation (30Apr10)

8Apr-30Apr -- Not long ago, the west beast became busy printing cash to "bailout" its subprime lenders. Soon the "contagion" -- west's latest in its endless word bending perversions -- spread to the central west elite banks. Tens of trillions have been sunk on both sides of the Atlantic west animal occupied territories into what west calls banking. Then west feverishly printed hundreds of billions to try save at least its most elite big concerns and the vampire charade called Wall Street. The trend of the west terminal prolapse has long been as indisputably clear as marvelous but today we enjoy the cherry on top of the west flushing party cake. Yes, today west has moved to pumping hundreds of billions into "bailing out" entire nations. West prolapse is no longer a matter of just some industrial sectors dying off. It's entire countries drowning now in the west's own mental manure and the general west saxonic christianic child-murdering syphilitic tradition. And so top off your goblets, Freeworld, and three cheers to the latest in the west beast's most lovely demise. (Mouseover flags for info)

A F G H A N I S T A N Afghanistan - 9Apr, yank chopper down, 4 dead.

A R G E N T I N A Argentina - Strikes first weapon deal with Russia. Another one arming up against the crazed west pedophile christianic sodomy-loving fiends.

B O L I V I A Bolivia - Planning a bond sale, first one in 70 yrs. As opposed to any west bonds, these are backed by the largest lithium reserves, something the west beast only dreams about.

B R A Z I L Brazil - Will vote against west's rabid sanction ideas on Iran. This isn't the world west had imagined, is it?, when Bliar and Busch II launched their world terrorist assault in 2001.

C H I N A China - Comrade Obama follows, in the unique west schizo way, his twee overtures with duty on China steel for not going along with his Iran sanction madness.
- China responds with slapping tariffs on USA meat import and comrade Obama ratchets duties on Chinese paper. Is comrade Obama actually thinking he can win this one?
- Making furthering coop overtures to Cuba.

E U EU - Looks like even the planet has had enough with this saxonic offal. Eyjafjallajokull volcano shuts down west monkey travel and bites near 3B EUR out of their revenue in just a week.
- Christianic systemic child rape spreads across the west cesspits with charges surfacing in Ireland, Austria, Germia, USA, and Italy. Current and old pope, the head of the west pedophile religion, are both implicated in the mind-stopping sickness. To illustrate the disease the west is, consider that USA-based christianic pedophile, after convictions, was removed from his position and put into a job of a "youth coordinator" in the some other christianic parish. Yes, our planet is suffering one ailment and one ailment only: the west.

E U - F R A N C E EU-Franks - Frankenstein cops arrest and hold for two hours in isolation a 3 yr old on suspicion of being a terrorist. No, west mental sickness has no bounds. BTW, separation, much less isolation, of 3 yr olds from parents is illegal by int'l convetions Frankensteins have signed too. But then again, treaties mean nothing to the west animal.

E U - G E R M A N Y EU-Germs - Fails at auctioning off all of its 3B EUR worth of bonds. That's a good sign when the motor of EUnuchia can't raise pifly 3B EUR. A good sign for the west-wide terminal prolapse, that is.

E U - G R E E C E EU-Greece - THIS IS THE BIG NEWS. This is, in fact, what all have been waiting for, and as they say "IT". Part of west has just terminally prolapsed and effectively vanished. Henceforth, Greece is funded by EUnuch and west collective IMF bank from cash squeezed out from west neanderthal BBCNN slurping lot and under the dictate of the west beast. All that's left to do now is to erase the word Greece from all maps and globes.
- Even Herr Merkel was forced to change her rabid vulgarities and agree to Greek May2010 bailout and west bank annexation with some 120B EUR package.
- 30Apr, 120B EUR isn't enough though and Greece is begging for 160B EUR. Note that tens of billions mean nothing to the west-wide prolapse.
- Of course, the saxon IMF "bailout" is really a pretext for further dictate which demands Greek further cut salaries, do away with pensions, raise existing and invent new taxes. Greek west-proxy governance has agreed to it all. Sideline: Severe austerity measures won't be enough to save the west idyll however. West needs to move to effective political annexation on par with Hitler's 1938 Munich of all its occupied peripheries or suffer losses like with Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, as Spain, Portugal, Italy, and Ireland come a-knocking on the EUnuch central bank long since boarded-over gate. And even that may not be enough today. The next step in extending west life is NATO troops "maintaining peace" in all these west-raped territories.
- 45B EUR of the 120B EUR bailout evaporate in a week as Greece settles maturing bonds.
- Fails at raising loans even though it offered 25% yields on bonds, a total insanity for the bond gap across the EUnuch central bank may now be bigger than the collective vacuum of the west baboon skull. Sideline: Note that the prolapsed Greece ran deficit of only 14% of GDP and debt of some 120% of GDP. Let's have a good laugh, shall we? So Greece is gone with debt over 100% of GDP and deficit having grown to 14%. Let's look at Baboonarium. Their fed debt is at near the 13T USD limit, recently upped but they only rake in slightly over 14T USD/yr. That's debt of 90% and comrade Obama's deficit is at 11% of GDP & bravely projected to grow to 70% over next 2 yrs. Now, this is comparable to Greece, isn't it?, with a slight small difference: there is noone who can bailout the baboon.

E U - P O L A N D EU-Poland - Entire nation command decapitated in a plane crash on 10Apr. PM Kazcynski, head of Polish army, and Polish central bankster were among the perished. No word on the decapitation of comrade Obama's anti-Russian nuke trench wetdreams just yet.

E U - P O R T U G A L EU-Portugal - Prolapsed to junk as investment zone.
- Raises bond yield to near 6% after the rating cut. It's fun how the west prolapses along its yield fissures.

E U - S P A I N EU-Spain - Boasts now 20% unemployment.
- Has rating cut to junk and fails on raising loans via bonds. Hope EUnuch central banksters are prepping a hefty "bailout". This one's gonna have to be 20X that of Greece, or some 2T EUR or better.

E U - U K EU-UK - Busies self and BBC-grazing poodles with ridiculous election theatrics not worth commenting on any further.
- Prolapsed BratAir merge their woes and debts with Spain's Iberia. Pretty soon, there will just be WestAir amalgam offering standing room only to the diseased freckly west pedophile lot for a bargain price of half their annual income to ferry them about their prolapsed cesspits.

I R A Q Iraq - 8-Apr through 30Apr summary: 10 IED attacks in Baquba, Kirkut, Hilla, Wassit, Jalawlaa, Mosul, Ramadi, and Ghazaliya; 3 hummers in Abu Ghraib, Mosul, and Babel; 4 rocket attacks on bases in Diwaniya, Kirkut, Babel, and Baghdad Airport.

Calso base after katusa attack, 11Apr.

Camp Echo gets two rockets, 8PM, 20Apr.

See warnewstoday blog and heyetnet for war news.

J A P A N Japan - Hatoyama proves unable to keep his promise to send the yank home. 80% of Japan wants him out for the miserable performance. It seems Japan understands that either they liberate themselves from the occupation and sever west ties or prolapse with its occupying masters.
- JapanAir, long since pitifully prolapsed, quits flying to Brisbane, Australia and Hawaii.

K Y R G Y Z S T A N Kyrgyzstan - Getting liberated from the west rape via a coup.
- New governance backed by army on 10Apr freezes bank accounts of ousted west proxy PM and strips him of immunity. Somehow the PM refuses to acknowledge his stepping down though he did a quickstep down the ladder when the crowd came knocking on his bedroom door.
- USA suspends flights to their mil base, 8Apr.
- Russia sends in army units to see the coup through.
- UN and EUnuchs blither about invasion of Kyrgyzstan to pacify the coup. Why don't the west clowns invade Israel to stop the ethnic cleansing there, if they're so peace-seeking, that is?

N O R T H  K O R E A North Korea - Tells west it didn't torpedo anything. West blamed Pyongyang for the sinking of some military vessel of the yank-occupied South Korea.
- Moves to mid-range in missile testing. So far no nuking threats from comrade Obama.

P A L E S T I N E Palestine - Gazan fishermen attacked by Israeli mil boats, Apr 27.

See weekly report from Palestinian Centre for Human Rights on west ongoing transgression against humanity: April22-28 report

R U S S I A Russia - Taps Caspian reserves with 270M barrels of crude and 63B m3 of gas.
- Finds near 5B barrels of oil reserves on the Caspian shelf to boot. How unfortunate for west to have already been driven from the region then.
- Halts adoption to yank lands, after some baboon couple abandons a 7yr old adopted child sending him back to Russia. USA are truly child murdering and torturing animals and adoption to them is just acquisition means of victims. Some bent yank beat a 2 yr old Russian to death in 2006. That's 2YR old! Another yank murderer killed 21 month kid by locking him in a car for 9 hrs. Yank legal system found nothing wrong with this murder of a Russian child. Another yank bitch punished her 3 yr old Russian kid by strapping her into the car seat for 4 hours after beating her. And on and on... West is THE disease, indeed.

T U R K E Y Turkey - Tells comrade Obama to bugger off with his endless Iran sanction rants.

There's no point debating Iran's nuke aspiration if Israel has already been furnished by the west int'l treaty criminals with nuke arsenal, maintains Erdogan. What's notable however is that no example of tantamount clarity and logic exists anywhere in west.

U K R A I N E Ukraine - Russia cleaning up Ukraine from the west filth with 30% gas discounts, revamp of nuke power grid, and more. Sideline: Remember last year? EUnuchs were molesting Ukraine's gaslines thinking they own the pipes in the sacked west-raped nation. Today: Ukraine's Naftogaz is joining Gazprom; Crimea belongs to Russia till 2042 checking the entire NATO Black Sea aspirations; Ukraine is free of IMF dictate; and Russia gets 260K tonnes of duty-free steel. Yes, the already 2X size of Russia has grown by 600K km2. And let's not forgot that the prices of human organs on the west vampire markets will rise since with the loss of Ukraine the west beast has lost one of its organ harvest victims.

Welcome home, Ukraine!

U S A USA - NBN isn't the only one to catch the striking parallel twixt prolapsed Greece and USA "econ" debt and deficit numbers. The inevitability of the prolapse is understood by some like the USA central banksters and so comrade Obama is told by the Fed to swiftly bestow austerity measures upon the baboon: repo of retirement medical care funds and pensions; somehow upping by at least 50% taxes; and of course, inventing new imperial taxes. Now, this is sound since just the interest on the baboon's debt is enough to ensure a prompt wall-to-wall prolapse of all things baboon, but a small question still rankles. How do you tax the unemployed and the pathetically prolapsed? Did the Fed forget that two thirds of yank households bring in below 65K USD/yr? Did the Fed forget that the baboon owes 60% on all its realty? BTW, this is a lowest equity holding in 6 decades. Marvelous, isn't it?

Did the Fed forget about the prolapse of the baboon's income? Did the Fed forget about 1 in 4 houses in USA being "under water" or with more debt than it's worth? Did the Fed forget about 1 in 9 houses in effective default? Did the Fed forget about its own siphoning off the near 1,5T USD in lending? Did the Fed forget that USA is in active terminal prolapse? Does the Fed recall nothing from any of the NBNs?

- Though they may forget a lot they remembered to murder 5 more civilians in Pakistan with their terrorist drone strikes.
- The funny thing is that the Fed, while rinsing the baboon, wants to channel 5T USD more into elite Wall Street stocks and 20T more into the USA elite war businesses. This is mind-stopping, but note no baboons, blessed with a brain the size of a pinhead, are so much as riled.
- Pentagram admits channeling some 1,5B USD into some secret no-bid coffers.
- 30 Pentagram recycled child-murdering troops attempt suicide each day. 18 seem to be successful every day.
- Comrade Obama celebrates over 3% GDP growth for Q1, which is lower than 2009Q4. What happened? Did he run out of printer ink? Remember west voodoo economists count governance cash prints into the GDP as "governance investment". In other words, this is all 100% nonsense.
- Have a barf bag handy! It turns out that Busch II governance knew that hundreds, some 500, of USA concentration camp victims tortured and held longer in cages than Hitler's camps did in the crazed USA lockups strewn around our planet are innocent. Both Busch II and comrade Obama admins refuse to release the innocent for fear of horror stories spreading about the USA sickness. Among them are kids as young as 12 yr old and people old as 93. Yes, west deliberately tortures and kills innocent people, kids included, just to maintain some tale. The west sickness is truly beyond words.
- Tens of thousands of baboon students protest 820M cuts in education (a code in USA for mass brainwashing) someplace unimportant. The idiot baboon offspring didn't think their human transgressions were free, did they?
- Comrade Obama mulls full-blown annexation of Puerto Rico.
- Destroys Gulf of Mexico with oil spill. Lies about the spill, some 5X at first, which is better than the usual BBCNN and west governance lying factor of 20. It's now some 800K litres/day spilling into the gulf with apparently no way to stop it. ...and these filthy oil covered monkeys and eco-vampires wanted to dictate eco behaviour to our planet. UPDATE: As of 1May, the destruction has been admitted to be still 5X more (now we're reaching the nominal west lying rate) and it's some 25K barrels or 4M litres gushing out each day into the gulf. Comrade Obama, out of sheer insanity, ordered USA Air Force to battle the oil spill. How are jets manned by trained child-murderers stop a rig leak isn't however explained and highlights the sheer lunacy of all things west.
- Some CIA boss on charges for raping Muslim women. No, the west hypocrisy and sexual aberration sickness knowns no limits.
- Comrade Obama tries bending Russia to his Iran-sanction will by offering giving Russian firms waivers to continue trade with Iran. This is truly bizarre, isn't it? He wants Russia to sign the sanction rants but really not enact them, just to save his face. This is truly uniquely insane, isn't it? Unfortunately, the baboon's brainstem isn't big enough to appreciate the truly bizarre circus west has become.

V E N E Z U E L A Venezuela - Gets 20B USD from China to diversify oil market away from USA and develop Junin4 reserves to supply 400K bpd to China.
- Chavez holds ALBA summit 19Apr, celebrating the Bolivar Liberation of SouthAm from the west beast's talons.
- Foils another Chavez's life attempt. Who's behind it? So far no official word. be cont'd as it all piles


Anonymous said...

Oh, I'm glad to see Poiuytr has come back alive.And let me take the privilege to post the first comment here.

Anonymous said...

Me, too, delighted, immensely relieved, overjoyed that all was and is well with him, except for that bloody Vista non-technology. Comment two.

Anonymous said...

Fully informed and hard-hitting as per norm. I'm also pleased that this time NBN takes time off to give us a few details about the Iraqi Resistance, the stepchild of the media as compared to the Afghan version. The encouraging prolapse news is balm to sore minds and hearts. May baboons, Germs and Frankensteins and their many friends all go under at the same time and very soon.

Anonymous said...

poiuytr, friends, please to celebrate Labour Day with me, at least in your minds and hearts. Keep a lookout for the Franks, gearing up to take it to the street today. Hope they manage to scare the pants off that puny, shitty thing that passes for a government in their country, their biggest achievement in the works being a tremendous draft project against Muslim women wearing the veil on their manicured streets. Belgium ditto. Still, one and all, celebrate alongside me the day of the common man.

Anonymous said...

Labour Day, today, but I already began celebrating yesterday: April 30 = 35th anniversary of the Fall of Saigon = end of Vietnam War. May we soon be celebrating the Fall of Kabul = End of Afghanistan War.

Anonymous said...

Excellent NBN. Extensive coverage of prolapsing world in inimitable brevity and wit. I did miss one thing though. No mention of Thailand's ongoing revolution which some have even claimed has Russian power behind it to stop the US from using it's Thai military base against Afghanistan.

Anonymous said...

Angry Americans March on Wall Street

Video Report - RussiaToday - 1.5.10

The largest anti-Wall Street rally since the credit crunch has taken place in New York. Thousands of workers and trade union leaders marched in anger over lost jobs and ruined lives, demanding answers from the source of the trouble - the banks.

Anonymous said...

Hidden toll of US wars: 18 veterans commit suicide daily
An average of 18 US military veterans are taking their lives every day as the Obama administration and the Pentagon grow increasingly defensive about suicides driven by Washington’s wars of aggression. /Inforwars

Look, the way I see it, this is preparing people for the real figures when west war casualty figures finally surface. If they're getting somewhat nervous now, it means something is in the air.

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this May Day NBN:

Protests mark May Day

A May Day rally at Istanbul's Taksim Square was allowed for the first time in 33 years.]

Protesters across the world are taking to the streets to mark May Day, also known as Labour and International Workers Day.

In Greece, Saturday's demonstrations have gained special significance this year with millions of people facing increased taxes and pay cuts as the government struggles to overcome its huge debt problem.

Workers from Greece's two largest trade unions, ADEDY and GSEE, marched through the capital, Athens, while workers belonging to the communist trade union, PAME, gathered in their thousands in front of the parliament building.

Riot police fired tear gas as they clashed with dozens of youths, some armed with sticks, near the finance ministry.

Skirmishes were also reported in other areas of Athens and in the city of northern city of Thessaloniki, where youths crashed cash machines and store windows with iron sticks

In Germany and France as well at least May Day demos in progress.

Anonymous said...

Surely There Is More....
Layla Anwar
April 30, 2010 - ...It is not like I was wearing blinkers before...far from it...I suppose I was being prepared for the worst...I believe today I was being prepared to witness the unthinkable...the darkest side of human nature...which until then, I had a foretaste of but not fully...not like today...not like what has happened to Iraq... It is a bit like Dante's inferno...a spiral descent into the utmost layers of Hell...and surely this could not be IT. Surely there is more to Life, than occupations, surely there is more to Life than killings, surely there is more to Life than dungeons, rapes, torture and the most abject forms of cruelty, surely there is more to Life than weapons, guns, bombs, explosions, surely there is more to Life than impoverishment, disease, birth defects, depleted uranium, tumors, disfigurement...surely there is more to Life than ruins, rubble, broken homes, broken lives....surely there is more to Life than corruption, deceit, lies, theft...surely there is more to Life than toxic people, poisonous relationships, anguish, angst, fear, insecurity...surely there is more to Life than thousands of stories of grief, bereavement, loss, perdition...surely there must be more to Life than all of that.

Anonymous said...

In cross posting:

ILYANA_ROZUMOVA on 01.05.2010 [14:01 ]

Nation-by-Nation is a toast of evaluation of where the world stands.
I thoroughly enjoy reading it.

Anonymous said...

Iran: We Also Worry About Nuclear Weapons in the Wrong Hands - 1.5.10

Mehman-Parast added that all nations should worry about terrorist access to nuclear arms.

He expressed concern not only about terrorists, but about Western powers with nuclear weapons. He criticized the United States in particular, accusing the US of failing to disarm and of threatening nuclear attacks on other nations.

The US has only country to use nuclear weapons against its enemies.

Iran and its leadership have every legitimate reason to be worried.

Anonymous said...

China Remains Biggest Holder of U.S. Debt
Friday's report also shows that China's holdings have declined since the end of last year by $17.3 billion as of February, but nevertheless still remained the top foreign holder with $877.5 billion. Japan in February 2010 had $768.5 billion, while the U.K. had $233.5 billion.
The Chinese are going to be reluctant to take on any new US debt until it appears that the debt it is already holding will be paid back: and that doesn't appear to be happening any time soon.

poiuytr said...


- Germ failed raising all of its 3B EUR bonds.
- USA leak was a 5X lie, yet again, and it's some 25K bpd pumped into the sea now.

... and yes, Thailand is completely left out.

The reason is cuz it's incredibly messy. And I don't know how to squeeze it in.

Reds clashing with Military. So mil is protecting governance yet, the military may stage a coup to uphold the king so in effect they're on the same side for a bit. Then yellows turning on government now for not being able to subdue the red rebellion, which means, on a sudden, the shirt opponents find themselves treading the same line as reds for a bit. So the domestic overlapping situation further mayhem'd by military grenades is beyond the NBN's blips both in capability, size, and relation to the west demise jubilation. However, should there be west link or some nation-wide martial law, it'll make NBN list, other than that, it deserves a full blown article. Thailand is on the template list so NBN must have gone there in the past.

In fact, someone write it, this blog is yours too. Thailand deserves an article, like most places.

In general, NBN misses A LOT!!!!!!

The main aim is to unravel the west whore headlines and show in them the disease the west neanderthals are and to lay further proof for the west terminal west-wide prolapse, which has been unavoidable for 4 yrs now.

NBN fights the BBCNN whores, west governance clowns, and the west gang of voodoo "economist" charlatans who all are trying so hard to conceal, blurry with sideline issues and omissions, and pervert by scapegoating and fingerpointing, their imminent and unavoidable fate and the source of the demise.

The typical victims of being overlooked by NBN then is the mighty continent of Africa, Palestine children suffering the west out-of-this-world disease, and the general domestic freedom struggles, which plague all parts of our planet.

But it's essential to understand that all our ills that have plagued us since Sumer, if added, cannot hope to even touch a single day of the routine west evil, let alone the disease the west has been in its entire 2000 yr life.

It is essential to laugh at and ridicule the west neanderthals as their demise reaches up to their baboon rumps. It is essential to supply the horrendous west crimes to justify this.

There can be and should not be any compassion, sorrow, empathy, or sympathy for anything west including their dissent, which is no more than another ultra right pro-west front today.

There can be and should not be any tolerance for the pathetic west fingerpointing as the west baboons try to absolve themselves, their cliques, cabals, industries from the blame for the world calamity for all west creatures down to the last cubicle huddling porn downloader, they all have caused it, added to it, and supported it. Hence NBN, for no one else is doing it.

Anonymous said...

"The Chinese are going to be reluctant to take on any new US debt until it appears that the debt it is already holding will be paid back: and that doesn't appear to be happening any time soon.
1/5/10 22:47"

The very idea of American "debt" is a disingenous Anglo-style euphemism and lie. In reality, it is extorted tribute that the rest of the world pays to America.

America has no intention of EVER repaying its bogus "debt." It NEVER did. This is the basis of American Dollar Imperialism and how the Fiat Dollar works.

Most American apologists know this, but would stand reality on its head in order to deny the parasitic nature of America.

America: Host or Parasite?

Petrodollar Warfare and Collapse of Us Dollar Imperialism

Anonymous said...

Hi there poiuytr, thanks for reply above. There was no criticism meant regarding Thailand, if you felt it might be that. The point was simply the Russian connection in that uprising which came at about the same time, give or take a day of two, the Kyrgyz revolt. And somewhere, I no longer quite remember where, were attributed to Russian masterminding and funding against the US military bases both countries contain. You're right, a serious article on the subject would be highly welcome. But it's somehow too complex a case for an ignorant layman. Perish the thought that I or anyone else should acuse NBN of sloppy coverage.

Anonymous said...

EU Breakup Fears Cause Investors To Abandon Euro

Posted by Europe on Apr 29, 2010
Investors are abandoning the euro at a rate not seen since the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. as Europe’s worsening fiscal crisis threatens to splinter the 16-nation currency union.
Pension funds and banks sold euros this month at the fastest pace since the second half of 2008, when the currency tumbled more than 25 percent against the dollar between mid-July and the end of October, according to Bank of New York Mellon Corp., the world’s biggest custodian of financial assets with $23 trillion. Demand for options giving the right to sell the euro against the dollar versus those allowing for purchases rose yesterday to the highest level since November 2008.
“The assumptions that went into the makeup of the euro- zone, and hence the euro, are now being brought into question and revalued,” said Eric Busay, a manager of currencies and international bonds in Sacramento at the California Public Employees’ Retirement System, the largest U.S. public pension, with $202 billion under management. “There are differences, and screaming differences, that have now been shown between the regions of the euro-zone.”
While the euro became a rival to the dollar after the common currency’s inception in 1999, the debt crisis that began in Greece shows how it is being shaken by one country comprising 2.6 percent of the region’s economy. The euro’s 11 percent decline in the past six months made it the worst performer among its 16 most-traded peers. Standard & Poor’s cut the credit ratings on Greece, Portugal and Spain in the last two days.

Anonymous said...

Greece erupts in violent protest (2.5.10)
May Day clashes in Athens as belt-tightening policies threaten rights won by workers over 30 years.

The Greeks, always the Greeks. Are they the only people somewhat alive in Europe, all the rest seemingly on life-support machines?

Anonymous said...

Oil spill disaster 'out of control' (2.5.10)
Obama to visit coastline threatened by huge oil slick as experts warn oil spill growing five times faster than thought
BP desperate as oil slick reaches US coast
Oil spill is worse than we thought, BP admits

(Times Online)

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Anonymous said...

6:21 (poiuytr here, not signed in)

> above. There was no criticism meant

I know. It's hard to sense the emotion with which it's written... I was just acknowledging your point for I know I miss a lot. Sometimes deliberately, cuz it's too hard and seemingly unrelated to west prolapse highlights, and quite often cause there's only 24 hrs in my day. Sometimes for no apparent reason like with Germ, Irish, and Spain bond auctions failing though I'm dissecting the marvelous Greek assault of EUnuchia.

It's beyond fantastic what's happening right this second to the Grand EUnuchia fiendishness.

I'm surprised no one's cheering it.

The news are of "bailout" package, and the common boring drivel about bond yields, austerity measures, taxes, etc... Don't, anyone, be mislead by any of this sideline claptrap. Yields, bonds, austerity are just new terms for the same concealment of the real problem. It's like subprime, toxicity, and derivatives when we watched Baboonarium prolapse into governance-elite biz mergers in 2008-09.

What's happening is far more drastic and fun. And again, not surprisingly, there are no long-term solutions with the possible exception of rolling a Pantzer division into the peripheries to maintain the saxonic-gotha madness.

In fact, the story isn't Greece prolapsing, but Greece prolapsing EUnuchs. But the subject, again.

> longer quite remember where, were attributed to Russian masterminding

Yes, I caught that. So was the Poland decapitation. I don't know quite what to make of it, the local details.

In general though, no question that we're at war. West has murdered over million civilians, as per their own admission, so it's probably 5X that and buried nations in DU and more.

Dollar death and west prolapse are all results of masterful defences so the masterminding is probably true and worth the study but for NBN's, it's lucky if I can get the telling evidence of west prolapse in. After all Russia has been under permanent active assault from the west for centuries so Ukraine, Kyrgyz, etc etc shouldn't be too surprising.

I haven't seen any claim that the Greek consumption of EUnuch central bank bond-swap handouts has been masterminded, but... I have my doubts. But what's important is what's gonna happen now. How will the saxonic beast maintain control in its backyard if the EUnuchzone dictate is dead?

poiuytr said...

7:41 -- USA eco attack on its own backyard

They lied, at first 5X and now 20X, as is nominal for the yank baboon kind.

It's some 25K barrels now pouring out every day as yanks choke now on their own offal.

Anonymous said...

Excellent poiuytr. The prolapse, if not the frank admission of it, comes closer day by day. And now an oil slick as well! That's good. Heck, that's splendid! We'll keep an eye open for some of the pointers you indicate above. Thanks.

poiuytr said...

Ευχαριστώ Ελλάδα (Thanks Greece)

Greece, you have singlehandedly, although Spain, Italy, Ireland, and Portugal are rushing to lend a hand momentarily, brought about the end of the EUnuchzone and thus the whole of the Grand EUnuchia. This is an achievement to be celebrated with much ouzo!

You have made the Grand EUnuchia, built on the Irish double vote scam, the all time winner of the shortest shelf-life empire competition.

Here's how you did it:

Saxon-gotha EUnuchs exported their war junta rule via the peddling of euro. For ceding control of own markets, a EUnuchzone member would get discount euros from the saxonic Eunuch-Central-Wank. The cheap euros were meant to entice nations to voluntarily join the fourth Reich, give up own currency, give up own market control, and accept the full euro dictate formulated, by and large, by Berlin.

Many nations got caught but Greece has masterfully turned the table on the saxonic child-murdering dictators by pumping the ECB dry.

Athens governance printed "bonds" and gave them to Greek banks. Greek banks showed these notes to ECB, one of the EUnuchzone stipulation to have valid bond collateral to back the cheap ECB loans with, and walked away with bags of euros. And you've done it, Greece! You used this mechanism against the EUnuch pushing him to the edge of the abyss.

Saxon EUnuchs aren't stupid; they full well understood the possible bond default issue but had no other means of running Athens governance from Berlin without tanks like they tried 70 yrs ago. So they went along with it. After all, it was all supposed to be a temporary set up anyway, as the west war junta has been working on its topmost plan of total planet colonisation.

It just so happens that this main west beast plan, started at the onset of the Busch II and Bliar blood reign has been halted by Russian missiles and grenades in the hands of the Afghanis and Iraqi resistence. And so the Greek bloodlet of ECB went on a little too long bringing about this wonderment of the very prolapse of the EUnuchzone and bringing the Grand EUnuchia to th very brink of its existence.


poiuytr said...

Ευχαριστώ Ελλάδα (Thanks Greece) PT2

Here's what's happening:

And so it come to pass that Greece governance isn't capable of paying for the bond issues that were used as collateral to leech the ECB's euros. BTW, how beautiful that it just happens to be May again when it all comes to a head.

Calculating how much is Athens short by is immaterial. One day it's 45B EUR, next it's 120B, now it's 160B, plus hidden debts, and estimates have mention the pretty round 1T figure including the rest of EUnuch soon-to-follow-Athens-suit peripheries.

The main point is that Greek governance can't pay Greek banks and Greek banks can't pay their investors, which happen to be west baboon's existential cash, and ECB.

And so the euro and EUnuch bonds are junk and EUnuchia moves to canibalism that eclipses their collective annual income before taxes. They do say that every sword has two edges but what Greece has accomplished is beyond expectations in turning the tool of the saxonic fiscal rape against the very heart of the EUnuch amalgam.

And so now both the EUnuch bonds across the whole of EUnuchia and euro are both broken, gangrened, and diseased. This means that EUnuchzone is operating on currency that's dying and has very little chance at raising cash. After all, what can EUnuchs back their bonds with? Possible default, superhyperinflation, all coupled with their wall-to-wall marvelous industrial rot? Even if Frankensteins offer lots of free snails and Germs yodeling lessons they're unlikely to entice much investment now.

Greece, you've done your part and done it well.

Even if the core EUnuchs manage to bandage this particular May Greece laceration with a suitcase with 160B EUR of freshly printed euros, henceforth, EUnuch is a fiscally tainted entity.

But all this is just a silly little sideline! It's far more amusing.

Whether ECB, Berlin, summoning the baboon IMF bankster, manage to tie Greece over or not right now, the saxon EUnuch dictate of EUnuchzone is NO longer. BTW, notice the striking similarity to Munich 1938 with USA, France, Germany meeting in Berlin right now deciding how to proceed.

Herr Merkel antics aren't about Greece, saving Greece, or punishing Greece, or just having a go at Greeks cuz she envies their warm sea beaches. She's livid about the imminent loss of control of Greece, EUnuchzone peripheries, and in time the central EUnuchzone possibly, which all leads to a break up of the silly EUnuch union before the west war junta has managed to re-colonise the planet.

And so they're sitting there right now in Berlin, although Munich would be far more historically appropriate for the ritual-loving west war juntas, trying to figure out how to transfer basically Berlin command of EUnuchzone to IMF, or cut some share solutions, or come up with other brilliant idea.


poiuytr said...

Ευχαριστώ Ελλάδα (Thanks Greece) PT3

Here's what's gonna happen:

First, they'll have to stop the ECB euro-lending policy to EUnuchzone members. This, of course, is the very basis of EUnuchzone and the reason to be in it. So it wouldn't be surprising that there'd be some trouble about it, like countries printing their own tender and simply leaving the silliness. And yes, that's not just the end of EUnuchzone but the Grand EUnuchia.

They may instigate some case-by-case policy of lending adding some more "vigorous" lending criteria, like solvency. But, of course, no one in EUnuchzone or EUnuchia or the whole damn west is solvent, so they will have to invent new criteria that meet the Berlin demands. This too will result in a physical break up of EUnuchzone and EUnuchia for unequal policies tend to eventually cause that.

They may try to squeeze the cash out of the peripheries and indeed they're doing just that with their more austere austerity austerisation. But the cash isn't there. It's not there in this generation and it's not there in the next several generations, much like in any other west cesspit. So taking Greek pensions is nothing but just punishment by Berlin for daring to go against the west child-murdering madness.

They may try suspending the lending altogether. But that's taking the EUnuchzone perks away from those who may not be as broke as Greece or unjust and equally it will precipitate a break up. Beside, if they did this the core EUnuch lands will be the first to prolapse.

They may try "buying" up all the issued bonds from the peripheries and taking them under ECB control. Of course, then ECB has to be the bond issuance machine and it will require EUnuchzone tax to float itself. Now, a bank that issues own bonds and taxes is not a bank but a governance. So if they do this the Berlin dictate will become readily obvious, in which case they may just roll in the Pantzers and Tigres again and do away with the charade.

They may pray to their christianic pedophile sodomy gods and ask for miracle but more likely they'll turn their HAARP machines on full blast trying to rip the planet in half for they don't wanna go down alone.

It's most likely, they'll try to buy more time, postpone the EUnuchzone and subsequently Grand EUnuchia death with quick fiscal injections here and there, maybe some controlled default, and they'll try to squeeze the last penny out of the non-saxonic peripheries through "austerity" measures, stealing pensions, bank savings, and taxing everyone to death. This will precipitate mass unrest, of course, even in nations that are used to languid economy with over 20% unemployment rates but it will buy them a bit more time.

No doubt they'll use it to desperately ratchet up their assault on the planet in some ongoing hope to finish what Busch II/Bliar had started.

It wouldn't be surprising to see Germs on a sudden, out of fuming desperation, frump 2X cash or better into Helmand attack than what they're sending to Athens. But that door is closed too now.

What in the world will west do?

Anonymous said...

Yes, poiuytr, what in the world will they do? Kill some more of course, so minds are taken off the present as they limp along towards their uncertain future. May the paedophile God, whoever he is, give them such a thump that they never recover again.

Anonymous said...

Bolivia Nationalizes Electricity Companies
LA PAZ – Bolivia's President Evo Morales has nationalized British, French, and Bolivian-run electric power companies, the president of state power company ENDE said Saturday.
The nationalized companies were identified as Corani, controlled by a subsidiary of France's GDF Suez; Guaracachi, run by British Ruelec PLC; and Valle Hermosa, managed by the Bolivian Generating Group.
"All morning we have been in this takeover process," Roberto Peredo, the president of ENDE said in a speech at the Corani power plant in Cochabamba.
"We have established a presence in the thermal plants of Guaracachi, Valle Hermosa, Carrasco and other smaller ones, and... Corani," he said. The Carrasco power plant belongs to Valle Hermosa.
Morales also signed a decree setting a 120-day period to negotiate the takeover of a fourth power company, the Empresa de Luz y Fuerza Electrica de Cochabamba, which is 80 percent owned by the company's workers.
The workers issued a statement rejecting the takeover and declaring themselves to be in a "state of emergency."
It was not immediately clear how much shareholders of three nationalized companies would receive.
Calling the takeovers "one of the biggest achievements of the cultural revolution," Peredo recalled that Bolivia's state power company was privatized in the 1990s and sold to "neoliberal capitalists for the price of a dead chicken."

Morales used May Day, the international labor day, to announce the measures, the latest in a series extending the state's control over the economy.

Since coming to office in January 2006, Morales has nationalized oil and gas companies, telecommunications and a tin foundry.

But Morales faces growing labor unrest, with workers and teachers staging strikes for higher pay.

With tensions high, Morales decided not to lead a May Day march by the Bolivian Workers Union, once one of his most important backers.

Anonymous said...

Following the second overturning of an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico, Kurt Nimmo reports:
Gulf Oil Rig Fiasco: It’s About Scarcity and World Government
The unfolding disaster is an effort to shut down oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico. (Infowars)

Anonymous said...

Greece unveils massive budget cuts (2.5.10)
The Greek government has announced a series of sweeping budget cuts and tax rises it is required to make in return for a package of international aid to pull it out of its debt crisis.
In a cabinet meeting on Sunday, George Papandreou, the prime minister, said Greeks would have to make "great sacrifices" in order to slash the public deficit.
George Papaconstantinou, the finance minister, said the measures included a rise in value-added tax (VAT) to 23 per cent from 21 per cent, a 10 per cent hike in fuel and alcohol taxes and a further reduction in public sector salaries and pensions.
He said the cuts would save $40bn over three years with the aim of cutting the deficit to less than three per cent of output by 2014.
'Bankruptcy avoided'
"We are called on today to make a basic choice. The choice is between collapse or salvation," Papaconstantinou said.
Public sector
All reductions in salaries, benefits and allowances apply to members of parliament, government officials and employees
Reduce allowances by eight per cent in the public sector and three per cent in the wider public sector (utilities, etc.)
Capping annual holiday bonuses and axing them for higher earners
Establish a uniform pay-scale from 2011
Freeze all public sector salaries until 2014
Calculate pension payments based on average over entire course of working life
Limit or abolish early retirement
nning increases in public sector salaries and pensions for at least three years
Increasing VAT from 21 per cent to 23 per cent
Raising taxes on fuel, alcohol and tobacco taxes by 10 per cent
The prime minister said that the austerity measures had come as Greece had reached agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the European Union (EU)on the details of a rescue package.
"I have done and will do everything not to let the country go bankrupt," he said.
"We have convinced our partners that Greece's problem is not only ours. It concerns the functioning of the markets and the stability of the euro."
Jose Manuel Barroso, the president of the EU Commission, said he would recommend that the aid package be activated after Athens announced "solid and credible" measures.
"The Commission considers that the conditions for responding positively to the request by the Greek government are met and recommends that the co-ordinated European mechanism for assistance to Greece be activated," he said in a statement in Brussels.
Euro zone finance ministers were due to meet later on Sunday to approve the EU's contribution to the international loan package.
Two-thirds of the bailout package, worth about $159bn over three years, will come from European countries and the rest from the IMF.
Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips, reporting from Athens, said the spending cuts are "bad news" for ordinary Greeks.
"The holiday payments that Greek civil servants get in Easter, summer and Christmas ... are going to be drastically reduced. Effectively it could mean that many people in the civil service get about a 10 per cent pay cut," he said.

Anonymous said...

Greek Budget (2)
Dramatic pay cuts
The spending cuts have already outraged many Greeks, with thousands of people taking to the streets to protest.
Al Jazeera's Phillips said that to justify the cuts, the government was describing the rescue deal as necessary and not as bad as it could have been.
"George Papaconstantinou implied that the IMF had also pushed for compulsory pay cuts across the bigger private sector as well, and that the Greek government had successfully resisted this."
The country's main public sector union ADEDY has vowed to fight the measures, saying they would hit an already weak economy hard.
"We will continue and we will intensify our protests," Ilias Ilipopoulos, the general secretary of ADEDY, which represents about 500,000 workers, said.
"The government today announced the destruction of workers, pensioners and even the unemployed. It erased all hope for job opportunities and deleted the future of young people."
A nationwide general strike is expected on Wednesday.
Greece and its international backers hope the rescue package can stem a crisis that has shaken markets worldwide, stoked fears of contagion to other euro zone members like Portugal and Spain.

Anonymous said...

All told, I don't see what there is there to make such a song and dance about. Nothing dramatically drastic there. Just the entitlement society losing a few of its privileges. But perhaps the art consists of reading between the lines?

Anonymous said...

Pakistani Taliban claims NYC car bomb attempt
2.5.10 - False Flag Once Again. How Many More.?
The video was uncovered Sunday by the U.S.-based SITE intelligence Group, which monitors militant websites.

Webmaster's Commentary:
SITE, like MEMRI, is a known Israeli intelligence propaganda operation.

Anonymous said...

So the Brits "accidentally" spill oil into the Gulf of Mexico thanks to BP.

And the Yanks take their time cleaning it up.

And these two nations want to dictate environmental behavior to the rest of the world.


Eco-hypocrites, anyone?

Anonymous said...

The Gulf oil spill: An American Chernobyl

Anonymous said...

Collapse deferred
Leading article: It would be ridiculous if the noble idea of EU enlargement were to perish altogether, as a consequence of what is going on in Athens.

Europe hopes Greek bailout will calm market

(The Independent)

Anonymous said...

OO.40 - Let's not mince our words. Not just eco-hypocrisy, downright eco-terrorism.

Anonymous said...

The Oil Spill, How Bad? - 2.5.10
Independent scientists estimate that the renegade wellhead at the bottom of the Gulf could be spewing up to 25,000 barrels a day. If chokeholds on the riser pipe break down further, up to 50,000 barrels a day could be released, according to a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration memo obtained by the Mobile, Ala., Press-Register.
CNN quotes the lead government official responding to the spill - the commandant of the Coast Guard, Admiral Thad Allen - as stating: If we lost a total well head, it could be 100,000 barrels or more a day.

Anonymous said...

America - The Grim Truth

I am not writing this to scare you. I write this to you as a friend. If you are able to read and understand what I've written here, then you are a member of a small minority in the United States. You are a minority in a country that has no place for you.

So what should you do?

You should leave the United States of America.

poiuytr said...
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poiuytr said...

17:55 -- "All told, I don't see what there is there to make such a song and dance about."

Oh much.

You're 100% right, the story told is silly claptrap. 23% instead of 21% sales/vat tax isn't all that side-splitting? True. But like all the west media whore products this too is a carefully orchestrated rubbish wrapping attempting to conceal the beautiful gem inside.

It's like yank baboons singing about 1Q GDP growth while Detrot has become the world's biggest shanty town.

It's like the west media drivel about saving GM, while GM was no more than a sink hole for a quick ~35B USD heist for the west war junta.

Here, this isn't about VAT going to 23%.

On the Greek level, Greeks are getting exemplarily shafted for ushering in the break-up of the Berlin diktat of EUnuchia. Not all that interesting on this level except that Greeks shouldn't fight today, but cheer. Instead of arguing, they should silently exercise collective veto and halt all work in effect till the whole of the west goes.

On the EUnuch level, it's far more interesting though. The whole premise of the EUnuchzone and thus EUnuchia is no longer. Berlin has lost control of EUnuchia today, plus is paying for its imperialistic ambitions. Herr Merkel is hoping, as she so vigorously announced, that Spain will adopt austerity measures now and won't even think about default or else. But this is the very beginning of the end of the EUnuch-wide amalgam.

On the west-wide scale, it's the most interesting for it's the first event of a nation-wide bailout to keep the west pretense plodding on. This is a template all west territories will go through. Hence USA having a talk with Greece right now. And that's precisely why IMF is dictating to Greece private sector salary caps, something that's off-scale in insanity and amusement.

On this level, we have moved -- and this is very much historical -- from the prolapse of west individual firms, banks, and industries, to total national, int'l union, and supranatural currency prolapse.

A small step for Greece but a giant leap for westkind, even if perhaps somewhat academic, in the increasingly amusing west-wide terminal prolapse.

Anonymous said...

Thanks, poiuytr, that's why, through thick and thin, we support this blog entirely. You always have the bigger picture in your sights and rarely have you been proved wrong. Thank God for our poiuytr, otherwise like the US vets (ehem!), we might also be having something approaching the 18 suicides daily in our ranks. Three cheers for our reading-between-the-lines master!

Anonymous said...

Citing the possibility of a terrorist organization getting hold of a nuclear weapon as the greatest threat to U.S. security, Barack Obama persuaded 46 other countries at the recent Nuclear Security Summit to agree to secure the world’s loose nuclear material. Those leaders who came to Washington might have done more to avert a nuclear attack, however, if they had asked the U.S. president to account for America’s own loose nukes.
May 3, 2010 - Online Journal

Anonymous said...

I wholly second sentiments expressed by 07:50.
Also MM (mainstream) is top shit.

Anonymous said...

FDIC Shuts Seven More Banks at a Cost of Over $7 Billion - 3.5.10

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation closed seven more banks on Apr. 30, bringing the total to 64 for the year. The day was particularly expensive, costing the agency just over $7 billion.

Anonymous said...

US and Russia to propose ban on WMD in Middle East - 3.5.10

The proposal – involving the appointment of a special coordinator to conduct exploratory talks with Israel, Iran and the Arab states, followed by a regional conference – will be a central issue at a conference beginning tomorrow in New York aimed at preventing the further spread of nuclear weapons around the world.

Great thought; but the US and Russia will never get Israel to agree to give up their nuclear arsenal. And since when has Iran become part of the Mideast?

Anonymous said...

US shows its nuclear hand in bid to show sincerity on arms. Exact number of US warheads revealed for first time as Iran's leader hits out on first day of non-proliferation talks

Julian Borger and Andrew Clark in New York The Guardian, Tuesday 4 May 2010

The US yesterday revealed for the first time the size of its nuclear arsenal, 5,113 warheads, in a move intended to signal Washington is serious about disarmament.

The defence department announced the size, a reduction of 75% on 1989, on the first day of a month-long international conference on nuclear weapons, aimed at reducing their number and curbing their spread. The opening session pitted the US against Iran, in a battle to win support from 180 other states taking part. Washington wants tougher controls to stop states acquiring the bomb, while Tehran seeks to focus the meeting on the need for the existing nuclear powers to disarm.

A breakdown in this month's talks or a deadlock could lead to the erosion of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and possibly to a new arms race in the Middle East and Asia.

In a message to the conference, Barack Obama pointed to an arms control agreement with Russia last month, reducing stockpiles, and to a new US doctrine that limits when nuclear weapons would be used. The president said: "The United States is meeting its responsibilities and setting the stage for further cuts."

The Iranian leader, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, flew to New York yesterday to deliver a blistering attack in person, accusing the US of overseeing a global non-proliferation system rife with double standards, and calling for America to be subjected to punitive measures for "threatening to use nuclear weapons".

In a speech which overran his five-minute slot by half an hour, he declared: "Regrettably, the government of the US has not only used nuclear weapons, but also continues to threaten to use such weapons against other countries, including Iran."

Ahmadinejad also had harsh words for the UN's nuclear watchdog, the International Atomic Energy Agency, which he said had been "unsuccessful in discharging its responsibilities" because of the influence of the US over its management.

He called for the US to be removed from the agency's board of governors and be subjected to a formal UN rebuke for the use of nuclear threats. He insisted there was not a "single credible proof" Iran was developing weapons.

As the Iranian leader spoke, delegations from the US, Britain and other EU states walked out, but his speech was greeted with applause from many remaining delegates. Speeches by the non-aligned movement, a bloc of more than 100 states which carries clout at the NPT conference, and by Brazil, echoed many of Ahmadinejad's themes, emphasising disappointment with the disarmament efforts of the established weapons powers. "I think the Americans have got an uphill struggle based on the speeches here today," said Anne Penketh, an analyst at the British American Security Information Council.

NB: US has also several thousand more warheads withdrawn and awaiting dismantlement. Or so they claim. You believe that, you'll also believe I have the Tower of London to sell you.

Anonymous said...

US airline merger creates world's biggest carrier. It is hoped United's $8bn deal with Continental will staunch losses and create annual revenues of $29bn.

How come everthing USan must be the biggest, the richest, the best. They suffer from la folie des grandeurs. Really!

Anonymous said...

Iran offers to help contain US oil spill
to help contain US oil spill
Mon, 03 May 2010 13:29:49 GMT
The National Iranian Drilling Company (NIDC) has offered to assist the US in efforts to prevent an ecological disaster caused by the spreading oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
"NIDC managing director Heidar Bahmani announced the firm's readiness to use its decades-long expertise to fight the oil slick, the company's public relations office told Press TV.
"Our oil industry experts in the field of drilling can contain the rig leakage in the Gulf of Mexico and prevent an ecological disaster in that part of the world," Bahmani said."

Lovely shot by Iran, this one.

Anonymous said...

German troops are fighting the first pitched battles witnessed by the Bundeswehr since 1945 in the face of a growing Taleban insurgency in the north of Afghanistan.

Security has deteriorated in areas such as Badghis province in the northwest, Kunduz, Baghlan and some parts of Takhar and Badakhshan provinces.

In April there was heavy fighting in Kunduz province during Operation Towheed, in which seven German soldiers were killed. Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, the German Defence Minister, gave a warning last week of “new and greater risks” that German forces must bear. Recent opinion polls have put German public opposition to the country’s 5,000-strong Afghan deployment at 62 per cent.

Anonymous said...

When King Oedipus discovered he had slept with his mother, and that he had accidentally killed his father, he plucked out his own eyes.

In contrast, West killed / maimed a million lives and no Weapons of Mass Destruction were ever found.

Truly, west is the disease.

Anonymous said...

America is not just a disease.

It is the very definition of malignancy as a people and a nation.

Everytime you meet an Americunts and Americunt apologists who tells you that the 200-year old US Evil Empire was/is based upon principles of liberty, you piss down their lying throats.

Anonymous said...

Re; NPT/ I say fuck em. Those who walk out of Mahmoud's speeches ought to have the door slammed behind them, and be locked out for good.

James Wolfe said...

The latest national security threat: obesity

The Americunts need not worry they can continue to fill their murderous thieving legions with Mexican and Latino wannabe migrant Yanks and hire mercenaries from around the world for their imperial extortion racket.

Forty U.S. soldiers earn their American citizenship

U.S. Military Will Offer Path to Citizenship

Not content with raping the peoples they’ve invaded, the Americunt hordes rape their own ugly Lynndie England tarts in uniform too.

'Rape more threatening than enemy fire'

U.S. Military Is Keeping Secrets About Female Soldiers' 'Suicides''_'suicides'/

Female Iraq soldier brutally killed/raped by US soldiers-1/3

Thinking about America and talking with Americans makes me ill.

I’m not the cyber warrior that I use to be.

Anonymous said...

No, James, appaently you're not. Show some bottle man. the rest of us have to live with it too.

Greece 'Dreams' of Bankruptcy

If Greece does not receive financial aid by May 19, the country will become a bankrupt, the government warns. By that date Greece must pay off 9 billion Euros. Last week the country asked the International Monetary Fund for support. The decision regarding funds allocation will be made based on the results of three-way negotiations between the Greek government, European Committee and the IMF.

Anonymous said...

Obama Renews Sanctions on Syria for a Year
President Barack Obama Monday renewed US sanctions on Syria for a year, accusing Damascus of supporting what he called “terrorist” groups and pursuing missile programs and weapons of mass destruction.

As usual, without any proof aside from Israel's say-so. (WRH)

James Wolfe said...

Latest Terror theatrics in Jew York,

Times Square Bomb Hoax: Israeli Intel Group Shows its Hand

the cops are looking for a middle aged white man now.

New York bomb investigators hunt for balding, middle-aged white man

I thought they would miraculously find an Arab’s passport and Quran need the crime scene like they did with 9/11.

More Miraculous
9/11 Evidence Found!

Anonymous said...

James. it was the miracle of miracles, the Pakistani Taliban who did it! A young US-Pak male citizen of about 30 was the bad guy. The Pak Talis are among us now. Boo Hoo, Ma....mi, help!

James Wolfe said...

Anon 4/5/10 19:31

Your advice will be heeded. Nevertheless 9 or 10 years of arguing with cretins and being exposed to nauseating propaganda everyday takes its toll on my psyche and physique.

American schemes for global conquest continues unabated, latest US Nuke treaty scam exposed

Military Dominance: Obama's Fake Nuclear Disarmament Initiative allows the U.S. to Assert its Global Military Hegemony

I particularly liked this sentence.

“In military affairs, you have to judge not intentions but capabilities,” Mr. Lavrov once said quoting the 19th century German statesman Otto von Bismarck.

Anonymous said...

Afghan Update - Tuesday, May 04, 2010

- Mujahideen Killed 6 American Invading terrorists in Paktika May 3 - Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan in a face to face fighting in Sarubi district of Paktika province killed six American invading terrorists. The incident took place when the invaders wanted to carry out military operation against the Mujahideen strongholds in the area. According to the report, the fighting continued until 3 pm, inflicting heavy losses on the enemy in addition to the aforementioned casualties. One Mujahideen is reported to have been martyred and two injured in the clash. Reported by Zabihullah Mujahid

- An Armored American invaders Tank Destroyed in Khost May 4 - According to a report from Mujahideen based in Khost province, an armored tank of the invading American invaders forces was destroyed as a result of mine explosion in Dwa Mandu district. The invading troops were on patrol when the incident took place in Rouza village. All those onboard have been killed in the blast, according to the report. Reported by Zabihullah Mujahid

- Mujahideen Destroy an American invaders Tank in Zurmat District May 3 - An American invaders armored tank was destroyed by a planted mine in Paki Khel area, on the main road to the north of Zurmat district center. Three American soldiers have been killed and two others injured in the blast. In another incident, Mujahideen attacked a high way security guards in Mamuzai area, destroying a Surf vehicle and inflicting heavy casualties on the enemy. Reported by Zabihullah Mujahid

- An armored American invaders Tank Destroyed in Paktika May 4 - an armored tank of the American invading troops was destroyed in Waruko area of Yahia Khel district, Paktika province today. A military convoy of the invaders was heading to its destination when an armored tank hit a landmine and torn into piece upon the explosion. Four soldiers aboard the tank are killed including their interpreter. The report adds, the incident occurred around 5 o’clock a.m. this morning. Reported by Zabihullah Mujahid

- 5 puppet army terrorists Killed by a Landmine Blast in Khost May 4 - Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan report from Khost province, saying that a Corolla car which belongs to Khurshaki Batti Campaign was destroyed as a result of explosion of a landmine planted by Mujahideen on the main road in Lakanu area. The enemy car was passing the area when the blast occurred. Five terrorists including a military commander have been killed in this incident. Reported by Zabihullah Mujahid

- Mujahideen Attack Yahia Khel District Center May 3 - Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan attacked the district center of Yahia Khel in Paktika province today. The attack continued for two hours, during which four soldiers of the Kabul Puppet regime were killed and a number of others injured. The report adds, the building of the district center has been damaged by strikes of heavy weapons. Reported by Zabihullah Mujahid

Anonymous said...

Iran, Russia agree to launch two satellites
Tehran Times Science Desk
TEHRAN - Iran and Russia have agreed to cooperate to launch two satellites.

The agreement came during a meeting between Iranian Communications and Information Technology Minister Reza Taqipour and Russian Communications and Mass Media Minister Igor Olegovich Shchegolev in Russia last week.
According to the agreement, the launch of a remote sensing satellite and a telecommunications satellite has been placed on the Iranian communications ministry’s agenda for the current Iranian calendar year (began March 21), Mohammad Hosseinpour, an advisor to the communications minister, told the Mehr News Agency on Monday.
Hosseinpour said the two countries also agreed to construct fiberoptic telecommunications systems under the Caspian Sea in order to expand the communications links between the two nations.
He pointed to the high communications traffic in the region, saying that the establishment of fiberoptic systems could make communications more economical.
However, further negotiations between Caspian Sea littoral states will be necessary before the plan can be implemented, he added.
He went on to say that Iran is ready to help reduce telecommunications traffic between Russia and Europe.

Anonymous said...

Greek PM invites Putin to visit Greece

MOSCOW, May 3 (Itar-Tass) — Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou invited his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to make a working visit to Greece at any convenient time.
The invitation was passed to Putin during a telephone conversation on Monday initiated by the Greek prime minister.
Putin and Papandreou discussed current aspects of trade and economic cooperation, including financial and energy interaction, and agreed that the exact date of the Russian prime minister’s visit to Greece would be determined through diplomatic channels, the government press service said.
Papandreou visited Russia in February of this year. Russian-Greek cooperation on major gas and oil pipeline projects dominated his talks with Putin.
The visit took place amidst a severe financial crisis in Greece that had forced its government to cut expenditures, and the European Union worrying that the Greek problems might have a negative impact on the whole euro zone and even cause its collapse.
Priority at the talks was given to the implementation of major joint projects - the South Stream has pipeline and the trans-Balkan Burgas-Alexandroupolis oil pipeline.
The Russian government believes that the implementation of these projects based on balanced respect for the interests of the producing countries, transit countries and end users will enhance energy security in Europe and boost cooperation and mutual understanding between Russia and the European Union.
Putin and Papandreou also discussed a wide range of bilateral political, trade, economic, energy, investment, military-technical, cultural and humanitarian cooperation.
They touched upon international issues as well, including Russia-EU and Russia-NATO relations, Cypriot settlement, and prospects for cooperation within the Black Sea Economic Cooperation Organisation.
Relations between the European Union and Russia are of a strategic nature and based on common interests, Papandreou said back then.

When in doubt, turn to Russia, eh! Otherwise, abuse it mightily.

Anonymous said...

Life today for good ole USans:

What? Couple Arrested For Asking For Directions: "In jail for eight hours -- sleeping on a concrete floor next to a toilet," Kelly said.

Anonymous said...

Frightening stuff above on Georgia and Kyrgistan. When they're into the business of winning hearts and minds, they are even more terrifying than in one of their stupid planes. Devils incarnate, these USans. And that people see it so little! Has everyone become a devil incarnate? No, I suppose not, baboons is the better term for the lot.

Anonymous said...

Three Killed As Greek Austerity Protest Turns Violent - 5.4.10
By John Carr in Athens and Joanna Sugden

Buildings and cars were set alight and burning barricades set up in the streets by demonstrators angry at proposed austerity measures.

Anonymous said...

re: 8:37

Comparing Americans to baboons is a high insult--to baboons, that is.


Anonymous said...

Sorry babs, we didn't mean it that way, at all. Used your sound name for an unsound third party for lack of a better appellation. Of course, you're the better species.

Anonymous said...

Afghanistan peace plan to offer Taliban exile
Exclusive: Former militants could be given safe exile or jobs to stop fighting government.

Now that should do the trick with the buggers, all raring to go abroad to the easy life and the acquisition of a GM dream car + subprime mortgage.

Anonymous said...

Greece and the single currency: Europe's existential crisis - The European Union has been plunged into a discussion concerning the central problem of its future development
The Guardian, Thursday 6 May 2010

"Quite simply, Europe's future is at stake," said Angela Merkel yesterday. High-pitched rhetoric from a chancellor desperately trying to coax her fellow Germans into throwing billions at Greece? Certainly, but no less true for all that. Because the last few weeks have thrown up two things that should shake up all who might wish the eurozone well. First, it has provided a glimpse of how the single-currency club might fall apart over the next few years. Second, it has posed serious questions about what the single-currency club is for – questions which also cast a sidelight on our own election. In short, this is an existential crisis for an economic and monetary zone that takes in 16 countries and over 400 million people, and which has never before faced a threat so serious.

Let us be clear: the eurozone is not on the verge of breaking up any time soon. Yet the last few weeks may come to appear like a full-dress rehearsal for the final crack-up. There were the remarkable scenes yesterday in Greece, as protesters erupted in fury against the prime minister George Papandreou's plans to slash and burn the public sector. Three people were reportedly killed in a fire in Athens and riot police firing teargas at demonstrators. And all this comes before the latest, biggest round of government spending cuts and tax rises are brought in. Meanwhile, richer countries have dragged their feet over a bailout.

Shit stuff to the power of twelve. Even ignorant me knows that now.

Anonymous said...

Return from the Dead

Osama bin Laden is alive and kicking, says a US documentary. And he merrily flying falcons in - Iran. To which Pres Ahmadinejad did not hesitate to answer:

Ahmadinejad: 'Osama bin Laden is living in Washington' (5.5.10)
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Iran's President, has denied reports that Osama bin Laden is in Tehran and insisted that the al-Qaeda leader is, in fact, in the US capital of Washington.

The man has definitely got a sense of humor! that's the secret of his charm, I'd say.

Anonymous said...

Quote from one of the victims of the US bombing:
"Tell America, we are not fools. Your words and actions are those of evil. We do not have airplanes like you do, however, we have one thing that you do not have principles and morals. We will never do anything remotely similar to American children what Americans have done to our children and families. They might win some fights, but we have already won the big fight, the moral ground." (Nurullah Omar-Khail, March, 2003)

Anonymous said...

Freddie Mac asks for additional $10,000,000,000 bailout - 6.5.10

Troubled US government-backed mortgage firm Freddie Mac on Wednesday asked for an additional 10.6 billion dollars from the Treasury Department to cover losses.

Anonymous said...

Los Angeles on the Brink of Bankruptcy
Los Angeles is facing a terminal fiscal crisis: Between now and 2014 the city will likely declare bankruptcy. Yet Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and the City Council have been either unable or unwilling to face this fact.

Lord, make it this year already, please!

Anonymous said...

Falklands oil find sparks hopes
Islanders have hopes of bonanza from discovery, though worries remain over Buenos Aires view.

Buenos Aires chuck those devils out. It's your oil they^ll be stealing.

Anonymous said...

Another "rigged" is having a high old time in Britain. And everyone is so pleased they're having a good ole go at democracy once again-

General Election 2010 latest: live
Tories on course to be largest party but set to fall short of majority - Cameron's party fails to take many key target seats - Labour pushing to form coalition with Lib Dems.

Strange how all this was predicted several weeks ago. Come what may, Brown stays in office, arranged between master Israel and the Brit "leaders".

Anonymous said...

Victories of Mujahideen in the Words of the Enemy (Alamerah)
Thursday, 06 May 2010 18:22 administrator

Recently Pentagon, the American ministry of defense, has released 150-pages report about the growing resistance and influence of the Afghan Mujahideen.

The report says, the Kabul surrogate administration maintains its writ in 29 districts out of 121 districts -- which are of paramount strategic importance, for being key terrain for the stabilization of the country. The report reveals, the Islamic Emirate influence has been expanding unremittingly and that the Karzai government control is limited to 25% in these area. The report further says, 2009 was the most successful year for Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate in terms of their extending influence in the country in this period. A 87% increase has been seen in overall attacks and ambushes of the Mujahideen.

The Pentagon military officers-cum-analysts admit that Mujahideen’s tactics are increasing in sophistication and broadness. They are now using complicated methods. The report admits, Mujahideen would never be vanquished completely but instead efforts be made to contain them in order to prevent Karzai government from being ousted.

These are the admissions and statements of a superpower, the president of which W. Bush, had said in 2001 that if we find our enemy in caves in Afghanistan, we will smoke them out and any one who chooses to confront America, in fact, digs his grave with his own hands. Today ground realities in Afghanistan indicate that the enemy and the surrogate administration are ensconced in hide-outs and besieged bases. The Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate have a tangible presence in 80% of the country.

This achievement has not become a reality out of nothing but has a solid foundation behind. The reason is that the aspirations and manifesto of the Islamic Emirate truly reflect the aspirations of the people and they are exactly alike. The people know that the Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan are protecting their Islamic, national , cultural and social values and wants. Similarly, this achievement is not the result of any coercion or economic incentives at the hand of the Mujahideen. Contrarily. The enemy has both military might and material means . In the past nine years, they have used both their military power and material incentives to achieve their target. However, ironically , they have failed.

We remind the invading enemy that the reason for your failure is that you have imposed a corrupt administration on the people of Afghanistan; your have invaded the country, Afghanistan and deprived the people of their independence and national sovereignty. You have put thousands of innocent Afghans behind the bars in Guangtanamo, Bagram, Pulli-Charkhi, Kandahar and other open and secret jails. You have turned Afghanistan into the cobweb of CIA network; you carry out night raids on people’s houses and martyr defenseless Afghans, and you bombard wedding and funeral ceremonies. Your grip on the country will keep reducing unless and until you put an end to your aggression and stop torturing and martyring the miserable Afghans, and leave the land of the Afghans to the Afghans themselves.

A day will certainly reach when you will have no way except escape and humiliation. Time and situation are both against you. You have to hear this with your ears opened. The more you stay in Afghanistan, the more you will lose your credibility. It is in your interest and in the interest of the whole region to pull your forces out of Afghanistan.

Anonymous said...

US to expand Pakistan drone strikes

May 6, 2010 - The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has been granted approval by the US government to expand drone strikes in Pakistan's tribal regions in a move to step up military operations against Taliban and al-Qaeda fighters, officials have said. Federal lawyers backed the measures on grounds of self-defence to counter threats the fighters pose to US troops in neighbouring Afghanistan and the United States as a whole, according to authorities. The US announced on Wednesday that targets will now include low-level combatants, even if their identities are not known...

Anonymous said...

West Bankers Made Refugees in Their Own Country
By Mel Frykberg
May 6, 2010 - Several Palestinians have set up a protest tent in no-man’s land in the northern Gaza Strip, near the Erez border crossing into Israel, as they protest their deportation from the Israeli occupied West Bank into Gaza where Hamas authorities have refused them entry. Tens of thousands of other Palestinians face a possibly similar predicament in the near future. This follows a sweeping new Israeli military order which allows for the expulsion of Palestinians or foreigners whom Israel considers to be in the West Bank illegally as "infiltrators"...

Anonymous said...

Romania braces for austerity (7.5.10)

ROMANIA braced on Friday for a wave of protests after the president unveiled austerity cuts in public sector wages and pensions to meet a deficit target set by the IMF and avoid a Greek emergency scenario.

"Austerity" is banker-speak for "loot the people and give it all to us". The Romanians, like the Greeks and Icelanders, will not like that at all, and may just go ahead and have another revolution! The last one took only two weeks.

Anonymous said...

Thursday, May 6, 2010
The Warning

It doesn't take a great leap of faith to entertain the idea that the death of Sen. Paul Wellstone was no accident.

Besides the usual forms of coercion, bribes and blackmail, Wellstone's assassination sent a message, a warning, to all of Congress that going against the agenda and telling the truth about certain 'events' that mold policy could cost them their lives.

That warning has been taken to heart.

None in Congress dare to speak about the hidden facts (of 9/11, for instance).

It's called self-preservation.

Anonymous said...

Euro crisis goes global as leaders fail to stop the rot
Markets plunge as fears grow that European leaders may not be able to stop debt contagion

Anonymous said...

FINANCE (8.5.10) Telegraph

Party leaders warned to put economy first
British business appeals for a swift end to uncertainty.

Hung parliament stirs market chaos
Pound and shares tumble as investors ditch UK assets.

Eurozone leaders agree Greek crisis plan
Leaders agree emergency measures to calm markets rattled by contagion fears.

Goldman chief faces call to resign
Lloyd Blankfein attempts to regain the trust of investors and clients.

Japan injects $20bn to calm markets
PM vowed to take necessary steps as Tokyo stocks closed 3.1pc lo

Anonymous said...

'Greece being forced to buy arms'
Sat, 08 May 2010

Daniel Cohn-Bendit
A leading European parliamentarian has accused France and Germany of forcing Greece to buy billions of euros in arms in exchange for their bailout money.

France and Germany, while publicly urging Greece to make harsh public spending cuts, bullied its government to confirm billions of euros in arms deals, Franco-German lawmaker Daniel Cohn-Bendit alleged on Friday.

The accusation drew a stern denial from the French government.

Cohn-Bendit said he had met last week in Athens with Papandreou, a long-time friend of his, and accused German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy of blackmailing the Greek leader.

Cohn-Bendit accused France and Germany of making their contributions to an IMF-led rescue package for the debt-ridden Greek economy contingent on Athens honoring massive arms deals signed by Papandreou's predecessor.

"Mr. Fillon and Mr. Sarkozy told Mr. Papandreou: 'We're going to raise the money to help you, but you are going to have to continue to pay the arms contracts that we have with you,'" Cohn-Bendit said.

On Friday, eurozone leaders approved a 110-billion-euro Greek aid package in an emergency summit in Brussels.

Anonymous said...

Deadly violence rocks Thai capital (8.5.10)

The attack on Friday has sparked fears of rising tensions in the capital after a week of calm [AFP]

At least two policemen have been killed and 12 other people injured in a grenade blast and a drive-by shooting in the Thai capital Bangkok.

Police said early on Saturday that a grenade attack hit a security checkpoint in front of a city park that forms the edge of the protest encampment.

"Eight people including five police and three soldiers were wounded," the Bangkok Emergency Medical Service said.

A hospital official said that one 35-year-old policeman died during surgery.

Earlier, one policeman was killed and four others - two police and two civilians - were wounded when a man on a motorbike opened fire on a patrol in the nearby Silom financial district, which is under heavy guard.

Anonymous said...

Palestine PCHR Weekly Report: 7 civilians wounded, 40 abducted in 24 Israeli invasions this week.

Anonymous said...

Statement of the Afghan Leadership Council announcing the commencement of Al-Faath Operations - Saturday, 08 May 2010 08:06 administrator - Alemarah

After the inception of the legitimate Jihad of the people of Afghanistan against the invading coalition under the leader of America and the vast resistance sprawling on a period of nine years, the invading Americans and their blind coalition followers willy-nilly reached a point that the NATO foreign ministers in a recent gathering had to take a decision that they should withdraw their morale-sagging troops from Afghanistan.

The invaders may paint the disgraceful defeat of their forces at the hands of the Afghan Mujahideen as they like; it is up to their defeatist logic. But the ground realities in Afghanistan show that the retreat is a clear-cut defeat of the non-believing forces versus the forces of belief and Islamic faith.

While believing that with the help of Allah (Swt) and selfless support of the people of Afghanistan, all foreign invading forces will ultimately face defeat, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan meanwhile once again emphasizes on the unconditional and immediate withdrawal of all foreign invading forces from Afghanistan. To achieve this end, the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan considers the armed Jihad the only mean to reach that destination. In order to expedite the momentum of the Jihadic activities, the Islamic Emirate announces this spring operation by the name of Alk-Faath (victory) to be launched against Americans, NATO members and their surrogates.

Anonymous said...

P.S. The Al-Faath Operations will begin on May 10, 2010.

Anonymous said...

Britain Does Not Want Cameron: British Press Get It Wrong! (Pravda)
Green Party gets the first Member of Parliament – Conservatives do not get an overall majority – two thirds of Britain voted against Cameron – Lib-Lab pact would have 52 per cent of the vote

Anonymous said...

Global Governance Called for by European Central Bank - Don't believe in the NEW WORLD ORDER?
There are numerous definitions of global governance. In the economic and financial sphere I will propose that global governance comprehends not only the constellation of supranational institutions – including the international financial institutions – but also the informal groupings that have progressively emerged at the global level. Those informal forums (G7, G10, G20, etc.) are key in improving global coordination in all the areas where decision making processes remain national – whether in helping to work out agreed prudential standards and codes or to facilitate where appropriate, the coordination of economic macro-policies.
No market can survive without a set of rules. This is particularly true at the international level, where natural barriers to transactions are formidable. One of the global governance’s primary aims should be that of facilitating the proper functioning of cross-border markets and thereby of reducing transaction costs.

Anonymous said...

Million gallons of oil a day gush into Gulf of Mexico. This might turn out to be the world's worst oil spill to date.

Anonymous said...

Russia Hopes Obama Will Not LEAVE Afganistan in a Hurry

So what is the true picture in Afganistan at the present time? And why should Russia be concerned?

Moscow supported western intervention in Afghanistan after 9/11 because it believed the US occupation would be temporary. The US is still there, and Russia feels its historic influence in Central Asia is under threat, not only because of the continued US presence in Afghanistan but also because it fears the US might fail to halt the spread of Islamic extremism into Pakistan, a nuclear power. Moscow would like to see the Americans succeed in turning Afghanistan into a peaceful buffer state between Central Asia and the Middle East, and would like to work with the US in stemming the flow of drugs from Afghanistan into Russia. In short, Moscow is worried and wants to be kept in the loop.

“We were the first to defend western civilisation against the attacks of Muslim fanatics,” wrote Boris Gromov, who commanded the 40th Soviet Army in Afghanistan, and Dmitry Rogozin, Russia’s ambassador to NATO, in a New York Times article earlier this year. “No-one thanked us. On the contrary, everyone was impeding our actions: the United States, NATO, Iran, Pakistan, even China”.

Now Mr Gromov and Mr Rogozin deplore what they see as “the national selfishness of peace-loving Europeans” in calling for a NATO withdrawal. NATO troops should remain in Afghanistan, they said, “until the necessary conditions are provided to establish stable local authorities capable of independently deterring radical forces and controlling the country”.

Other Russian analysts have called for NATO to engage not only Russia but China, India, Central Asian and Gulf states and, more controversially, Iran, in persuading Afghan factions to reach a peace accord. They believe the time is ripe for closer co-operation between the US and Russia in the region.

Someone's comment on this, please.

Anonymous said...

Land Grabbing in Foreign Lands (World Bank estimations)

The World Bank study focuses on large-scale farmland acquisitions of the last few years – what we all call land grabbing. While it largely confirms many things we already know, people have been awaiting the release of this report because the Bank was supposed to get access to more information than anyone else up to now. After all, most of these deals are shrouded in secrecy and controversy, and attract accusations of neocolonialism, even genocide.

The Bank inventorised 389 land deals in 80 countries. The bulk (37%) of the so-called investment projects are meant to produce food (crops and livestock), while biofuels come in second place (35%). Unsurprisingly, Africa is the target of half the land grab projects, followed by Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe.

In terms of countries being approached for their land, the Bank reveals that, in Africa, Sudan comes in first place, followed by Ghana and Madagascar. In Asia–Pacific, Indonesia ranks first, followed by the Philippines and Australia. In Latin America, Brazil is the favoured destination, then Argentina and Paraguay. In terms of country of origin of the land grabbers, China and the UK tie in the top slot, followed by Saudi Arabia.

Finally, the Bank did statistical analysis of what draws land grabbers to certain countries rather than others – the “probability” factors. Three are particularly noteworthy: land availability, low mechanisation and weak land governance. This means that investors will prioritise places where: (a) it is relatively easy to get control over people’s land; (b) large-scale holdings are possible; and (c) bringing in machinery will yield quick productivity gains.

The Bank’s most significant findings, however, are about the impacts of these projects on local communities. Its overwhelming conclusion, shared at the land conference last week, is that these projects are not providing benefits to local communities. Environmental impact assessments are rarely carried out, and people are routinely booted off their land, without consultation or compensation. The Bank even revealed that investors are deliberately targeting areas where there is “weak land governance”.

Pls to not the clean hands of the West Beast in all of above. Long live lying WB!

Anonymous said...

re: 9:06

That article and quotes from Rogozin and Gromov sound like the idiocies of the pro-American lickspittles in Russia.

There are more Russia liks Yeltsin who would happily kiss obsese America ass, no matter how repugnant it is.

Anonymous said...

Lieberman Looks to Strip the Citizenship of 1 Million Americans Without Charge or Trial

Keith Farrell | The climate of fear, created out of the exaggerated Times Square incident last week, has allowed Joe Lieberman and fellow establishment lawmakers to introduce a bill that would drive the final nail into the coffin of the Bill of Rights.

There, see, the concentration camps are going to come in handy even before the Panarin Predictions are fulfilled.

Anonymous said...

American Military Burn Pits Pose Risk to Future Generations of Afghans (Part 3 of 3)
by Matthew Nasuti

May 8, 2010 - The American military continues to operate burn pits in Afghanistan eighteen months after the U.S. Congress banned their use. See the February 1, 2010, article by Lindsay Wise and Lise Olsen of the Houston Chronicle. They used the burn pit at Camp Taji in Iraq as an example. It continues to open-burn 120 tons of waste each day. This provides a glimpse as to the volume of waste that is being illegally burned on American bases every day. Multiple that times hundreds of bases and posts in Afghanistan, and factor in that it has occurred every day for the past nine years and the scope of the problem becomes evident. The burn pits are only part of the problem. Other pollution results from spills, releases, illegal ash disposals and secret burials into unmarked landfills...

Anonymous said...

Palestine's Popular Resistance Continues
Mazin Qumsiyeh

May 8, 2010 - A poll reveals that a majority of Israelis are willing to ban human rights organization in the 'Jewish state'. A bill introduced in the Knesset would outlaw any Israeli human rights organization which expose Israeli war crimes. Yesterday, one peaceful protester hurt and 6 detained in Bilin's weekly protest against the apartheid wall, which has been declared a war crime in violation of the 4th Geneva Convention. Those arrested include our friends Ashraf Abu Rahma, 28, who was videotaped at another event as he was blindfolded and shot by Israeli soldiers. He is the brother of martyr Bassem killed at peaceful protest....

Anonymous said...

Exit polls in Germany suggest that Mr Merkel has probably lost the biggest state in Germany, Nordrhein Westphalin, thereby also losing her control over the German Upper House.

Anonymous said...

Gulf oil spill: Quick-fix dashed
As the first oil washes ashore in Alabama, BP admits rethink may be after 100-tonne tower is lifted off seabed.

Anonymous said...

Athens unveils Holocaust memorial
Athens has unveiled its first Holocaust memorial, the last European capital to do so, 70 years on.

Oh, the subsurvient bastards. Just see how the money starts flowing in now and the "riots" come to a complete stop. Never again will I feel the least respect for these people again. All bought up clods. At least one thing poiuytr says is right: everything in the West stinks to high heaven. For the rest, I don't know.

Anonymous said...

US cannot afford another Afghanistan or Iraq, warns Defence Secretary: Robert Gates, the US Defence Secretary, has said military spending must be cut by up to $15 billion a year and that the US cannot afford to enter into another Afghanistan or Iraq.

Anonymous said...

EU approves $560B crisis fund for Europe
Europe's finance ministers approved in an emergency meeting late Sunday a "stabilization mechanism" that could provide at least 440 billion euros (US $560 billion) for a crisis aid package aimed at ensuring financial stability across Europe.
It's another bailout. Europe's banks will be saved and the Europeans will be plunged further into debt.

Anonymous said...

Has the Power Elite Over-Reached? (9.5.10)
The hysteria of the mainstream media over the plight of the EU and the necessity to salvage it is misplaced. As is the perception of some in the alternative media that the elite has planned the current unraveling in detail and is on top of the situation. We think, in fact, that the EU, in various ways, is verging on becoming yet another failed elite promotion and, as we have written before, it couldn't happen to a more deserving bunch.

Anonymous said...

Medvedev: Chances of New World War Exist

You Tube | As Russia celebrates Victory Day over Nazi Germany, the Russian President gives his views on that historic conflict to the correspondent of the Russian newspaper “Izvestia”.

Anonymous said...

EU agrees $960bn 'stability' deal Emergency package aimed at protecting euro zone economies amid Greek debt crisis.

EU saved, man, EU saved!

Anonymous said...

What goes around comes around. Can't wait to see drone strikes on yew essay weddings. It'll do the rest of the world some good to see suits and ties dragging their dead wives and children thru missile attacks for burial.

Anonymous said...

Nasty though, but what to do? Amen to that, 15:14. May the drone strikes be of perfect accuracy and may we not have to carry out the bodies ourselves.

Anonymous said...

Double dip in housing values continues, despite tax credit/spring bump - 10.5.10

The home buyer tax credit may have sparked a surge in sales before it expired on April 30th.

But in the first quarter, Greater Boston home values continued a slide that began last fall, contends in its latest quarterly report.

And if present trends continue, local home values could sink below their 2009 low point, the report suggests. And, as I note below, that moment may come faster than you think.

Worse, bribing people to buy homes with a tax credit may look good for an election year, but if the economy continu7es to decline,m as all signs indicate, then these newly purchased homes are headed for foreclosure down the road.

Anonymous said...

Revenue: April numbers are sobering
Gov. Haley Barbour, Mississippi, said last week that April revenue was 8.5 percent below estimates - a $45.1 million shortfall.

State's revenue below projections for April
California’s controller, John Chiang, said the state’s April cash receipts fell below budget estimates by $3.6 billion, or 26.4 percent.

Anonymous said...

A Simple Way To Clean Up The Oil Spill In The Gulf - 10.5.10
Leading scientists have just found the way:
Use politicians and bankers to soak it all up, then set them on fire? Matter solved doubly

poiuytr said...

9:06 & 9:25 -- Someone's comment on this, please on: Russia Hopes Obama Will Not LEAVE Afganistan in a Hurry

Never ever judge Russia from any headline. Judge it by actions. See Russia's brilliant defence in the marvelous and amusing west rot.

No part of the west prolapse, be it current EUnuch 1T EUR self-rescue package, or the baboon's industry gangrene and fiscal oblivion, is accidental. It's all down to a very fuzzy-perhaps, for it's a complex system, but chiefly brilliant defence, very much on par and very much sharing much semblance with the 1941-45 Russian defence against the west child-murdering beast.

> There are more Russia liks Yeltsin who would happily kiss obsese America ass, no matter how repugnant it is.

Au contraire! When Russia opened the door to Hellmand for west, there was much sputtering here. 2 weeks later west had suffered losses beyond its wildest nightmares. In 3 weeks, comrade Obama had to send in near 40K more troops. Today? No advance, apart from west total military defeat in Hellmand, has been achieved. Russia's opening the door was a like slicing one of the beast's tentacles and letting it bleed.

Judge from results, from actions, not from headlines, from spin. Understand that Russia never tells anything. Never anything before and rarely anything after.

> “No-one thanked us. On the contrary, everyone was impeding our actions: the United States, NATO, Iran, Pakistan, even China”.

Gromov is 100% correct. He fails to state that Bin Laden's attack of 1980 on Russia via Afghanistan was on behalf his employer, the baboon. It must be reminded here that Bin Laden led further attack in the 90s on Yugoslavia on behalf of the clinton-led west war criminals.

> Now Mr Gromov and Mr Rogozin deplore what they see as “the national selfishness of peace-loving Europeans” in calling for a NATO

I deplore it too and think that EUnuchs have no business printing 1T EUR for themselves and instead need to go bleed in Hellmand.

Understand that it's essential to keep the beast being bloodlet someplace. While under active attack in Hellmand and Iraq, west cannot assemble its routine phalanxes. This is classic Zukov strategy that secured victory against 7-11X power with Japan and the west monster.

> withdrawal. NATO troops should remain in Afghanistan, they said, “until the necessary conditions are provided to establish stable local

Absolutely. Unable to take Afghanistan, the sensible thing for the west rapist is to run and cut losses. The thing to hasten west's bloodletting and prolapse is, of course, ensure its stay.

> Other Russian analysts have called for NATO to engage not only Russia but China, India, Central Asian and Gulf states and, more controversially, Iran, in persuading Afghan factions to reach a peace

Yes, indeed! Engage Iran, west. Let's see it, already. West has done nothing but spewed vulgarities for a decade. It's about time the west monster engaged someone actually armed, don't you think?

Anonymous said...

Brown to quit in bid to woo Lib Dems new
Gordon Brown tonight announced he will resign as Labour leader - but offered to stay on as Prime Minister in a potential power-sharing government with the Liberal Democrats until his party has chosen a successor.

And according to different sources, that successor would be one of the Miliband brothers, so the Brit govt will also fall openly into Jewish hands. From agent govts, now openly Jewish govts. Make what you will of it.

poiuytr said...

20:03 -- additional

(from 23:57) "US cannot afford another Afghanistan or Iraq, warns Defence Secretary"

That's right! And so it's necessary now that both the baboon and EUnuch are beyond broke, they're forced to engage a new enemy perhaps or at least remain funding their current famous defeats.

poiuytr said...

8:23 -- Greece forced to honour arms deals with EUnuchs

It doesn't matter if it's a bond or contract default, it's still fiscal death, be it direct by not paying debts or indirect by destroying EUnuch industry by not paying bills.

But it's funny and priceless as it highlights the fiendish cannibalistic nature of the west perverted monstrosity.

Anonymous said...

When I saw that piece on Medvedev on Afghanistan, I also argued with myself somewhat as you did above. see how well trained(i..e. brainwashed) we've become. But in this case it came in very useful, prventing one to fall into a state of despondency.

We also nourish great hopes for Greece and the rest of the PIIGS. Can we, by the end of this year, hope to see several sovereign defaults in this country or, on the contrary, will the tanks be out? Or neither? We'll still be dithering on and the real fun will start in 2011? If any answer occurs that would be good. It it doesn't, that's all right, too.

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