Letter From Poland

This is a Dutch documentary on the mysterious death of the Polish Government in April 2010. An incident that has not received the attention and scrutiny it deserves, because the most hostile anti-Russian regime in Europe was literally wiped out. The geopolitical implications and repercussions of this incident has yet to be truly felt or understood.

Letter from Poland / Brief uit Polen (2010) from disinpho on Vimeo.

103 comments:

Anonymous said...

We'll return later for the Polish tragedy. Many thanks for the video. For the moment, however, Japan is the focus:

Journalist Accuses Israel of Fukushima Sabotage

A leading Japanese journalist recently made two incredible claims about the Fukushima power plant that suffered a nuclear meltdown in March 2011, sending shockwaves around the world. First, the former editor of a national newspaper in Japan says the U.S. and Israel knew Fukushima had weapons-grade uranium and plutonium that were exposed to the atmosphere after a massive tsunami wave hit the reactor. Second, he contends that Israeli intelligence sabotaged the reactor in retaliation for Japan’s support of an independent Palestinian state.

According to Yoishi Shimatsu, a former editor of Japan Times Weekly, these nuclear materials were shipped to the plant in 2007 on the orders of Dick Cheney and George W. Bush, with the connivance of Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert. The shipment was in the form of warhead cores secretly removed from the U.S. nuclear warheads facility BWXT Plantex near Amarillo, Texas. While acting as the middleman, Israel transported warheads from the port of Houston, and in the process kept the best ones while giving the Japanese older warhead cores that had to be further enriched at Fukushima.

Shimatsu credits retired CIA agent and mercenary Roland Vincent Carnaby with learning the warheads were being transported from Houston. In a strange twist, Carnaby was mysteriously shot dead less than a year later by Houston police at a traffic stop. He was shot once in the back and once in the chest. He did not have a weapon in his hands. Intelligence sources said he had been tracking a Mossad unit that was smuggling U.S. plutonium out of Houston docks for an Israeli nuclear reactor.

In an even more explosive charge, the journalist says that 20 minutes before the Fukushima plant’s nuclear meltdown, Israel was so upset with Japanese support for a Palestinian declaration of statehood that it double-crossed Japan by unleashing the Stuxnet virus on the plant’s computers. The virus hampered the shutdown, leading to fallout from a section of the plant housing uranium and plutonium retrieved from the warheads supplied in 2007.

While it is impossible to verify some of Shimatsu’s claims, there was a massive cover-up at the time of the Fukushima disaster in March. Explosions at the site were immediately downplayed. While it was subsequently reported that three reactors suffered meltdowns, Japanese authorities tried to rate the disaster as a Level 4 on the International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale, although outside experts declared it a 7, which is the highest level.

Something worth noting is how in 2009, two years after Shimatsu says the warheads were secretly moved to Japan, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) issued a veiled warning to Japan not to abandon its anti-nuclear weapons policy.

The IAEA had to know, however, that Japan has long retained the potential to build nuclear weapons. That was made clear as far back as 1996 when a leaked Ministry of Foreign Affairs document exposed how Japan had been promoting a dual strategy in respect to nuclear weapons since the mid-1960s. It would often publicly profess a non-nuclear policy while maintaining the ability to build a nuclear arsenal. The Liberal Democratic Party, which has dominated Japanese politics, has always said there is no constitutional impediment to nukes.

A factor that undoubtedly would have encouraged the Bush-Cheney White House to provide Japan with the means to secretly build nukes was the growing power of China. Cheney and Bush sought to arm Japan and India with nuclear weapons as a means of curbing China.

Anonymous said...

After listening to this long video with partience and interest, I must say the conclusion was clear: Nothing new under the sun. Anti-Russia propaganda no different to what we used to have in Soviet times.

Some interesting questions do arise from the whole. Why didn't CIA-US-the Zios not make more of the whole story as they just did with the incredible Iran plot to murder a Saudi envoy on US territory with the help of the Mexican drug cartel? Perhaps they are saving it for some later point in time, although by then the whole Smolensk accident will have lost any power it may once have held.

One word more about the video purporting to prove that shots were fired. Well, my eyes and ears told me this: Shots were indeed fired, but there is no reason, judging from that video, to believe they were fired at the Polish plane over Smolensk. So no evidence of ill-doing on the part of the Russians.

Anonymous said...

Late Breaking News: After Calling for a Referendum on EU Bailout, Papandreou Replaces All Heads of Armed Services

Chiefs of staff of the Greek National Defence, Army General and Air Force have are all reported to have been fired. Greece is a NATO country, and those being appointed to the posts just vacated by Greek military leaders mostly have NATO experience. This is a totally extraordinary development, which could unfold very rapidly over the next hours.

(I am going to take a guess here that Papandreou is going to kick out the opposition, declare Greece to be independent of the EU and tell the international bankers to go to hell). WRH

Anonymous said...

I wonder what's our problem now. Has ID suddenly turned anti-Russia? The same tired old stories about Russian attempts to occupy Poland, Georgia, Ukraine. Are there people who still believe in such trash? Some of us are pretty mad at Russian pusillanimity over Libya. Does that mean we're all going to turn into CIA puppets and cheer on the ruthless west as Poland has a long history of doing?

Anonymous said...

As far as I have been able to gather, Polish President Kaczynski's plane crashed because of bad weather conditions, namely the thick fog over Smolensk at the time. The pilot had the choice to divert to Minsk or Moscow at the time, but did not choose to do so apparently.

What Russia stood to gain by engineering an accident of this type on its own territory, I fail to understand. What I do know, however, is that several Russian planes have crashed in the recent past, several of them carrying top Russian sportsmen. So who might be the victim in all this, who the perpetrator?

Anonymous said...

China To Retaliate If US Currency Bill Becomes Law - 2.11.11

China will retaliate in kind against the U.S. if a measure targeting the yuan becomes law, the China Daily reported Tuesday, citing an official from the Ministry of Commerce.

The proposed currency legislation would hurt both China and U.S. interests and if it eventually becomes law, "we cannot ignore it and will definitely reciprocate in kind," said He Ning, director-general of the Department of American & Oceanian Affairs at the Ministry of Commerce, according to the report.

"We have readied ourselves with measures to deal with the possible outcomes from the U.S.," he said, adding that "nations worldwide always like to target China and its policies, including currency, when they have their own problems."

poiuytr said...

Letter from Poland? Japan accusations? China threats to comrade Obama over tariff wars? How so now?

On the grand eve of the Greek Alexandros Grigoropoulos Revolt breaking the back of the EUnuch? (Yes A Grigopoulos has changed the planet 3 yrs after his NWO assassination.)

On the grand eve of Pompousdreau's governance breaking up -- after a few were sacked for disagreeing with the territorial claims of Her Merkle woven into the latest "bailout" charade?

On the grand eve of Pompousdreau trying to save his bald head by an impotent attempt to push the "decision" onto our Greek brothers?

On the grand eve of Pompousdreau being hastily summoned to France where he meets with his betters from the saxonic EUnuchia, no doubt being reminded that although cobwebbed and a bit rusty the guillotine still hurts?

On the grand eve of Pompousdreau in crazed panic, the last defining character trait of the sickly west beast, doing a bit of purges to thwart a coup?

This is the end of the 4th Reich and hopefully of Mr Pompous himself for torturing his own country for years on behalf of the freckly beast. With a bit of luck EUro, EUnuchia, and NATO shall soon follow suit here. Hope your goblets are filled.

Already on the horizon is Brazil and Russia offering to buy the torn EUnuchs. And another beautiful matter has arisen from the burning rubbish bins of Athens and general strikes by the solidarity-observing Greeks: a rather fun claim that Germs owe Greece 60B EUR for their WWII crimes. Let's hope all nations touched by the perverse Baltic sickness shall begin tallying up the numbers and send Her Merkel their bills now. After all, she has the money printers like comrade Obama, doesn't she?

You see, although while today's bailout stipulates German boots on Greek land and the next one, in a few months, surely making territorial claims against the beauty of the Greek isles, it may be all changed with a bit of luck with territorial claims filed against Germs and all Hitler acolytes, which span the whole of the central west from Berlin to Los Angeles.

All this due to the fiscal bloodletting of the west beast. No, this is not discounting the bravery of all those who have stood up against the NWO beast across the world, be it in streets, trenches, and the sad ruins of the very cradle of all civilisations. Not at all! This is just highlighting the beautiful, long writen, house of cards vanquishing, sweetest orchestra ever imagined that has without a single direct shot fired at the beast -- a scenario it quixotically craves in order to slake its WW3 drooling concupiscence -- broken the limbs of the russet beast knocking it to the ground where it now festers like a pathetic mound of manure that it's always been.

I think you shall join me in greeting our Greek brothers with Viva Ελλάδα, Viva Ελλάδα, Viva Ελλάδα!


BTW, USA clocks first dead apparently in their occupy movement. Note, no similar or even remotely similar response from the baboon as we saw in late 2008 in Greece and since. Just for comparison and to further cement the word 'baboon'.



> I wonder what's our problem now. Has ID suddenly turned
anti-Russia? The same tired old stories about Russian attempts to


I hope not. Not my post. I don't know the relevance but if only it were true. Perhaps Poland would think twice to host comrade Obama's rockets.

Anonymous said...

Oh, well, poiuytr, Greece has been a source of tremendous surprises for us all. I don't know how many of us took that country seriously. I know personally, I never spared a thought for this particular cradle of civilisation. And suddenly they have landed fair and square centre stage of world events. Sarkozy has apparently said EU will decide what to do about Greece once the referendum has been held. As for the 60 billion due to the country from the Merkel government in the shape of WWII reperations, perhaps she'll send in NATO before she disburses even one euro. Whatever, the stand off is very much ongoing and let's see where we go from here.

As for the mystery of Smolensk, one can understand the Poles brooding over it and demanding answers. The only problem is - if it was not simply an accident - it might well have been an internal Polish matter. The aircraft might have been carrying the seeds of its own destruction before take off from home ground. It still seems unlikely that Russia would have been stupid enough to bring them down within its own borders. But then I may be wrong.

Last but not least, Occupy. I think for the USans and their usual lethargy, they are doing a brilliant job. The first death, the first injured, etc., let it all add up. Little by little we may well reach the point of no return. Better a slow build up than no build up at all.

Anonymous said...

I salute the return of James and poiuytr to this blog. We stand in great need of dissident voices at the moment a sI'm sure they'll agree. Therefore, I am deeply grateful to them for helping us to supply them wherever possible.

And now to dissidence in a place we shouldn't have thought capable of any such thing: UNESCO.
Finally, one of our west-dominated global agencies proved of some worth when UNESCO on Monday approved full Plaestinian membership in that body with 107 yes votes, 14 against and 52 abstentions.

It is worth noting the division in Europe, with Spain, France, Ireland, Austria, Finland and Greece voting “yes,” Germany, Czech Republic and Sweden voting “no,” and the UK, Italy and Denmark abstaining. Go figure!

Some of the consequences of that historic vote: UNESCO membership means that Palestine is now in a position to become a member of several important UN bodies, none of whose membership rolls are subject to a US veto.

UNESCO membership also means that Palestine can become a member of the UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), and the UN Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), as these bodies allow UNESCO members to become full members.

It also places the Palestinians in a good position to become members of the International Telecommunications Union (ITU), the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), where admission is similarly contingent on a majority or two-thirds majority vote.

If an increasing number of UN agencies admit Palestine as a member state, it strengthens their claim to statehood, internationalizes the Israel-Palestine conflict, and opens up avenues previously closed to the Palestinians to pursue grievances related to the Israeli military occupation of their lands.

In addition, the UNESCO membership is crucial recognition of Palestine’s statehood, not an empty gesture. With this evidence of international acceptance, there is now absolutely no reason why Palestine cannot, instantly and without a vote, join the International Criminal Court. Palestine can now become a member of the International Criminal Court simply by submitting an instrument of accession to the Statute of Rome, and joining the list of states parties.

A little courage and a "yes" vote can go a long way. We know what the US-Israel answer to all this well might be, apart from cutting off funding, war, war, war. But since there are already some of ten of them ongoing, one more, one less, what's the difference?

Anonymous said...

Germany, France give Greece ultimatum
(3.11.11)

Greece won't get any more aid until the nation decides whether it wants to stay in the euro zone.

The Cannes G20 is having a rough time of it following the Greek bombshell. Also, please to note, some kind of demo did take place in sunny France which is one of those not among the 80 countries worldwide which have already launched their Occupy movement.

Anonymous said...

> 3/11/11 07:33

You did not join in me Viva Ελλάδα, Viva Ελλάδα, Viva Ελλάδα?


> personally, I never spared a thought for this particular cradle of civilisation. And suddenly they have landed fair and square centre stage

How so? Since Dec2008, our Greek brothers have led the way within the west cesspit, that is.


> Sarkozy has apparently said EU will decide what to do about Greece

Yes, this too is priceless. Germs and Franks deciding about Greece or is it Sudetenland once again? Fill your goblet for the Greeks have cracked the sickly union in half.


> perhaps she'll send in NATO before she disburses even one euro.

That's exactly so. Germ now have territorial claims against Greece. It's the replay within the west idyll. It's the same families running the show, one would expect pretty much the same words too now.

"Beside Greek isles, Germany has no other territorial claims". And to boot watch some yank candidate word-for-word mimic Hitler's 1st speech along the lines of "Look at the prolapse. Look at the swelling unemployment lines. I and my humble little party have decided to save the fatherland. And I'm not doing it for myself. I'm doing it for you." Isn't this, in fact, Mr Ron Paul, the next baboon saviour since comrade Obama turned out to be more Bush II than Bush II.

Eez so much fun watching the west go unglued. It's priceless... Hope everyone's cheering it and raising a glass after glass to the beautiful theatre provided by the supermensch west child murdering monkey house.

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Anonymous said...

> destruction before take off from home ground. It still seems unlikely that Russia would have been stupid enough to bring them down

This too. It seems unlikely Poland'd be so cretinous to have all the heads fly the same plane. But cretinism of this sort if one of the first symptoms a nation catches once it begins fiddling with the west beast.


> Last but not least, Occupy. I think for the USans and their usual lethargy, they are doing a brilliant job. The first death, the first

Nothing against the "movement". After all I had used the slogan "Unite Struggles" in the past. And that's precisely this. The baboon may be confused and fighting some pifly crime like larceny with toy drum kits parading through designated areas of different towns. While the Greeks have been enduring fiscal collective punishment for years now with rubber bullets, batons, fire, grenades, water canons, and jail bars. While Iraqis have been genocides child after child. While Libyans have just watch Sirte vanish in the hail of the beast's deliberate assault against civilians. Yes, everyone is fighting the very same beast, the west vampire.

However, that said, it's still possible to weigh how much who's paying for the destruction of the beast. And as such, the very miscreant that has built the very current beast juggernaut that's been razing city after city in the last decade across near 20 nations of this planet, yes, the baboon has done the least to confront the evil. And quite frankly, the baboon placards, still today, ranting about some total gibbrish rubbish of War Street fiscal issues is deflecting guilt from the real criminals and hides the real crimes here. Charging the beast with fiscal malfeasance is like charging Jack The Ripper with illegal parking. And so while the baboon should be tasting of the baton & boot it has paid and worked to create, its inherent cretinism and unmatched mental lag is beautifully shown in its "too late, too little" moves it's making.

Plus, I was responding to some other debate about what it shall take to polarise USA into something as honourable as Greece. And a death of a protestor it won't be. After all, 3000 were burnt on 911 and most baboons today couldn't untangle this sentence if you paid them in Yuans, some hard currency for a change.

But back to our Greek brothers and their unreal achievement: Viva Ελλάδα.

(poiuytr, just not signed in)

Anonymous said...

> 3/11/11 08:55

> "Greece won't get any more aid until the nation decides whether it wants to stay in the euro zone."

Oh where to begin? Goblets on standby! Fill them! Raise them!

Now, "aid" did they say? "Aid" was it? Would this be the same "aid" the beast sent to Serbians? Would this be the "liberation" Sirte just got? The same "democracy" that's scorched Iraq & Afghanistan. Would this be the same "diplomacy" Syria's getting? Would this be the same "eco-protection" the beast enacted in Nigeria got and the Gulf of Mexico? Would this be the "peace" the beast is spreading with its DU ammo? Is this the same "vote of freedom" Ireland got when forced into the Reich noose? Is this the magic of "deflation" that the BBCNN whores scream as they watch Detrot houses prices plunge to 0?

Another goblet filled for this is at last merriment -- spiritually healing, and morally uplifting fun watching the west psychos run about shouting true, unbridled, and unveiled shrieks of total insanity as their last days implode on their monkey rumps across the whole of the child-murdering west cesspit.

And what's this "leave EUro"? Did they say Greece may choose to leave EUro? Everyone with me?!

We have been waiting for these moments since the early days of 911 lies, since the malicious lies predicating the Afghani assault of 2001, since the dark days of the Falluja razing. We have been waiting for morsels of utmost brilliance in this benighted existence living in the vampire's shadow of the west organ-thieving, child-slave peddling, by-policy-child-torturing monster from the abyssal depths of the deepest hell.

When we watched murderous genocidal Bliar reign execute D Kelly, we waited for this. When we watched the beast's assault of Lebanon, we waited for this? When we watch the beast engaging in human shield, collective punishment, and other such psychotic routines in Palestine, we waited for this. When we watched the baboons sack Haiti and thieve her children, we waited for this. When we watched USA psychopath torture Iraqis, we waited for this. When we watched scorched children bodies throughout the diseased west reign of the last decade in country after country, we waited for this.

And alas, here, our Greek brothers have brought us this unforgettable moment, a milestone in the plight of the planet's liberation from the beast.

Yes, our Greek brothers have at last lit a small candle in the dark murk of the diseased west age.

Glasses filled & raised. Ευχαριστίες Ελλάδα.


> The Cannes G20 is having a rough time of it following the Greek bombshell.

Yes, I'd suspect there's much debate now at those whore-adorned zillion dollar claptrap tables. I would pay to hear at least one emergency gumflap twixt Herr Merkel and Sharkozy. The whole of the west junta right now must rather resemble a bee-hive that's been delivered a fine kick. Thank you, Greece, for these brief moments of elation. (Sadly, no such gratitude can just yet be offered to the street baboon.)

(poiuytr, just not signed in)

Anonymous said...

The Greek unleashed pandemonium grows more amusingly crazed every hour.


-- This from Greek finance minister: "Greece stays in EUnuchzone regardless of referendum outcome".

Has he truly no idea what's just happened? Perhaps Mr Venizelos, if it's within his vast NWO powers, will explain the mechanism of a defaulted nation remaining on EUro?

Or Mr Venizelos, is this a threat to the beast? Are you actually issuing a veiled threat to Berlin that it shall never rid itself of the tainted gangrene no matter what?


-- "Venizelos was rushed to the hospital on Tuesday, suffering from stomach pains."

Apparently, he's been with Pompousdreau whisked off to France where instead of the usual orgy-focused G20 claptrap the beast is giving them a right tonking today.


-- "France, Germany and the IMF are Greece’s largest creditors, and the country's debt has already reached the astronomical figure of 360 billion Euros."

Standing ovation to our Greek brothers!


-- "European politicians who were extremely irritated at the news. S"

Yes, they had plans to get drunk and roll around with the beast-provided prostitutes in Cannes and now this. Standing ovation to our Greek brothers!


-- "In summary, Greece was made to believe that the EU proposals cannot be rejected."

A careless comment from the beast's press oozing with angst, isn't it? Have territorial claims against Greece been mentioned?


-- "The problem is that the Greek economy has long ceased to be the business of Greece alone. Nor are Greek politics any longer just the business of Greece.”

Ah, here we are at last. Territorial claim lain bare at last. Foreign boot, let's be very clear here, is war. This is priceless! West cracked from within by the bravery of the Greek nation.

I now call on the russet heads of the Bundestag. Are you still of the opinion that Greeks are lazy or do you wish to augment your so innate racism?

-- "October 28 riots in Athens that followed the EU decision forced Papandreou to confront the full severity of t"

Oh, indeedy. Running away. Torturing own kind and running away in half-arsed way trying to blame the Greek brother for it all now with some referendum nonsense. Which bit has Mr Pompousdreou missed? Did he and his NWO arse licking governance think that the general strikes and protests were a sign of Greek "accepting" & "approving" the west bankster war against them?

Mr Pompousdreou, have you learnt nothing from S Hussein, M Gaddafy, B Laden, P Jennings, etc and all the west tobbies' turning on their masters?


Oh west, my fave toy, oh such bliss watching the no longer synchronised zigzag of this miscreant falling to pieces.

Anonymous said...

Poiuytr, you are priceless. The best stand up comedian in the world. I roared with laughter all the way through your Greek analysis. They do say laughter is the best medicine, don't they? Today, many of my multiple health and morale problems were washed away by the with and biting irony you displayed. Hope it did you equal good. Poiyutr, you are definitely back. And raring to go. So now I'd say that long wait was well worth whatever it cost each of us at the time.

Anonymous said...

The greek nation is great and indeed we do raise a glass, two, three in their honour.

To revert, however, to the original topic of this thread, namely the decimation of the Polish leadership in the Smolensk crash, we haven't really explored the "multiple geopolitical implications and repercussions" of this event. Having racked my brains, I can only think of one significant think. If Russians was really involved and there is serious proof of it, then the US has a blackmail card over them they can use anytime they like. Perhaps that might explain some of the strange decisions Russia seems to take on certain occasions. It wound tend to make the biggest country in the world a somewhat unreliable partner, all said and done. I can't see it having any special effect one way or the other on the notorious missile defence shield in Poland. Ir can be reinforced, of course, but beyond that? And, of course, it can make other ex-Soviet States wary of any ouvertures on the part of Russia. But since the west has shown its true face for sometime now, I wonder whether it will make such a great difference in days to come. So, in the final analysis, if evidence did exist that Russia was indeed behind the Polish crash, it would suffer an immense loss of prestige, this kind of attack, which one associates more with the west, being inevitably interpeted as a sign of serious political and moral weakness on the part of Russia.

Anonymous said...

AP - Greece Bailout Referendum Has Been Scrapped
3.11.11

Two officials close to the Greek prime minister say he has scrapped his plan to hold a referendum on the latest European debt deal for Greece after the main opposition leader said would back it.

We are also being told PM Papandreou is on the verge of resigning.

Nussiminen said...

To me, April 10th 2010 was a day of great joy, surpassed only by September 11th of 9 years earlier. Serves them Psheks just right. Good riddance to bad garbage. If the Russian state was indeed complicit -- I don't have any thought-out opinion myself on this matter -- then Putin rose to the occasion masterfully! Keep in mind that these despicable, vile Western bootlickers of Pshekistan, happily hosting CIA torture dungeons on their own soil, set out to Smolensk to commemorate their void, ludicrous Katyn sob-story. In short, it was an overt anti-Russian mission with a most happy ending.

Conclusion: The Almighty God works in strange and wondrous ways sometimes. Devout Catholics should be aware and beware!

Anonymous said...

I say, Nussiminen, that was expressed very forcefully, indeed. Actually, I can't say I was myself specially affected by what happened on April 10, 2010. Poland has never had the upper hand over Russia as far as I know, so even by joining up with the west, I doubt they'll be able to reverse this particular historical trend.

Furthermore, poiuytr above was right to point out that the Poles themselves, by neglecting the basic care of making heads of states and others in power travel separately rather than all together in the same aircraft, must be held responsible for the undoing of their own government.

Anonymous said...

Wall Street vs. Greece: G20 Opens as Greek PM Pushes for Referendum on Bailout and Austerity Measures - 3.11.11

The Greek debt scandal has also pitted U.S. banking interests against France, Germany and other European powers. "The Americans are putting immense pressure on Europe, saying, 'We will wreck your economy, if you don't wreck Greece’s economy,’" says economic analyst Michael Hudson.

(Anybody who doesn't see that canceling the referendum is going to trigger a violent revolt in Greece is delusional!) WRH

Anonymous said...

Oakland slowly turning ugly

Over 10,000 peaceful protesters successfully shut down the Port of Oakland, the fifth largest port in the country at 8pm on Novemeber 2.

About two hours later, the anarchist "Black Bloc" came to downtown, smashing windows of banks and setting trash cans on fire.

The Oakland PD in full riot gear lined up and marched toward the now out of control rally. They started firing smoke grenades and tear gas into the crowd of people, to which people starting throwing bottles and other objects back to the police.

Sounds familiar? This is how things get out of hand and revolutionaries are born maybe.

poiuytr said...

3/11/11 11:17
> world. I roared with laughter all the way through your Greek

I too roared and still am, in fact, reading the BBCNN whores on the Greek fiasco. The comedy theatre is provided by the freckly creatures of EUnuchia and their cousin the baboon.

I don't see how the west, say press, politics, or their bean counting, how can they even continue pretending to be serious. It's time west banksters, rulers, and the BBCNN pack of whores put on their red noses and go all out. Just as it's impossible to understand its blood-curdling crimes, it's impossible to invent the comedy pouring from the west own press.

Bailout? Surely, they mean stealing cash en mass to fund bankster orgies. Referendum? Surely, they mean pathetic screams of bald politicians who are overcome by sudden panic as the rubbish bin fires near their hovels. Peace? Surely, they mean war. NATO military? Surely, they mean armed units specially trained to solely murder unarmed civilians. Deflation? Surely, they mean going out of business price-slash sales. Recession? Surely, they mean prolapse. Double-dip? Surely, they mean wall-to-wall. West industry? Surely, they mean the zoo cages filled with screeching baboons masturbating to their plasma BBCNN screens. Democracy? Surely, they mean juntas enjoying a collective approval rarely breaching 25% -- and that's a neanderthal's opinion at that. Elections? Surely, they mean those computers that spit out 51:49 results on demand.

It's so absurd, west. Where does one begin with this creature? Did you see the letter from some baboon cop? "excuse me, we don't know what's happening." Hang on, I have to find it, it's priceless. I'll put the link here. One doesn't need to provide punch lines to make the west barfs funny. The west psychosis is so well advanced now that every single word constitutes the greatest joke on earth.


> Today, many of my multiple health and morale problems were washed away by the with and biting irony you displayed. Hope it did you equal

Indeed! And for these brief elating moments of happiness in this dark age of our once-beautiful planet being eaten alive by the west parasite, we must at least give our thanks: Ευχαριστίες Ελλάδα.


> good. Poiyutr, you are definitely back. And raring to go. So now I'd

I can't write anymore. The white on black schema here makes me computer blind. After a bit, I see rows of dots everywhere, so I don't read after myself and thus commit all sorts of butcheries. But that's not important. Mr Pompousdreau is important at the moment, his flight from his NWO betters with the guillotine, that is. :)

poiuytr said...

3/11/11 14:48
> a blackmail card over them they can use anytime they like. Perhaps that might explain some of the strange decisions Russia seems to take

West has no leverage on Russia, China,... actually anyone with a military today.

Decapitating some pointless (as far as the beast goes) nation's head is the trademark behaviour of the west frecklies, not Russia. It would be a geographical error worthy of a first grader, the world's economist Herr Merkel, or USA prez perhaps.

Poland is not run by some clown gang that went joy flying one day. Poland is run by the beast like Greece, and all the occupied lands. It's more likely USA did it. Maybe Poland wasn't sure about the rockets against Moscow after all. Who knows or cares?


> evidence did exist that Russia was indeed behind the Polish crash, it would suffer an immense loss of prestige, this kind of attack,

It would gain respect, I'd rather think. Perhaps even int'l respect. But why would Russia care either about Polish puppet governance or world's respect? It needs neither.

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3/11/11 21:32
> Poland has never had the upper hand over Russia as far as I know, so even by joining up with the west, I doubt they'll be able to reverse this particular historical trend.

Fantastic! This is perhaps what's most perplexing about the cretinism necessary to partner with the beast. There is nothing to gain from aligning with the beast but a momentary wealth perhaps.

Sure the beast will put one on the throne of this or that country. It'll buy one a car even, a whore or two, it'll print one some play cash too. It'll dress one in the west latest used-car-salesman uniform. It'll drag one through photo ops in front of the BBCNN scum and it'll let one shake paws with the other west junta bosses.

But the beast wants something back for these gifts. It's not unlike a gang, mafia,... those areas. And it's always the same thing it wants: one must become the local hitman and the target is always one's own kind. That's the way of the west beast. Mr Sharkozy rapes France. Herr Merkel rapes Germs. Mr Camewrong rapes the drizzly isles. Mr Berlusconi is shafting Italy. Mr Pomposdreou is torturing Greece. And so on.

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poiuytr said...

And always there comes a time when your service to the beast isn't appreciated by your kind and rubbish bins start burning, general strikes erupt, graffiti appears on walls, and one's burning effigies suddenly adorn phalanxes of angry mobs.

One may weather it for a while. After all, that's the job. But ultimately you'll begin feeling a bit uneasy, shall we say, in your own town. And so you begin to try to enact a moderate stand. S Hussein eventually accepted EUro on his oil bourse, a move that signed his execution. M Gaddafy eventually turned back on west, shutting off Libya's energy taps to the west. Pompousdreu is trying to rig it so the Greek is blamed for the EUnuch schism. Hitler didn't make it to Moscow.

Whatever the failure in the beast's eyes, the beast doesn't like it. It'll reprimand. First, perhaps by a soft-voice talk in one of its Africa-plundered gold-gilded castles. If one doesn't go back to killing on behalf of the beast, the beast will be further displeased. And soon, like Mr Pompousdreou is learning now, one finds that leaving the beast mafia is a very knotty problem. Eventually, one's death of misfortune shall be broadcast for all the other beast's active serfs harbouring perhaps some silly notion of balking the beast.

Once you sign up, you're in for life. Isn't that the way of the beast?

And so Mr Pompousdreou has been reminded of this on Wed night and now the sad bald wretch is in panic changing policy 180 degrees every few hours -- an achievement in itself worthy a few rounds of roaring laughter.

And if you listen careful over his sighs of sudden despair and displeasure serving the beast, you'll hear the hum, the beautifully solidified and marvelously threatening hum from the streets of Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Ireland,...

poiuytr said...

Priceless Correspondence twixt the street baboon (perhaps a new species there in the wild wild world of the west mercury vaccine creaturism?) and its zoo keeper:

"We Are Confused

1 November 2011 – Oakland, Ca.

We represent the 645 police officers who work hard every day to protect the citizens of Oakland. We, too, are the 99% fighting for better working conditions, fair treatment and the ability to provide a living for our children and families. "

The whole letter is here:
dailybail.com/home/we-are-confused-an-open-letter-to-citizens-of-oakland-from-t.html


BTW, it's a matter of time before the west wall-to-wall prolapse trickles down to the state robocop guards and they too shall join the confused street baboon in their collective rant.

--

Now, back to our toy of the day: Greece and the bald-headed man.

* "George Papandreou, the Greek prime minister, met his French and German counterparts ahead of today's G20 summit "

Oh, indeed he did meet his betters. No doubt Herr Merkel brought with her some concentration camp artefacts to show him.


* "After more than two hours of tense talks in Cannes, Mr Papandreou"

No need to add anything. Tense talk. Ooh, marvelous, the west rot. Yes, the west idyll pretense is now held together with "tense talks" and other such adhesives.


* He added: "I believe this will be a positive outcome. I believe the Greek people want us to stay in the eurozone."

Now, hang on! Just hang on, you filthy west press whore! (this comes from the Britzie Tallgraph BTW) What referendum is this then? One to accept the latest austerity punishment or one to leave EUnuchia and join who the beast targeted lands?

Notice how cretinism, the west only promotional criterium, no longer aids the beast machine and instead it carelessly lays the beast's primitive mind bare for all to enjoy. This is on par with the USA baboon press revealing comrade Obama being the planet's biggest drug lord without first asking him if that'd be alright.

poiuytr said...

* "At a press conference Mr Sarkozy said: "Our Greek friends must decide whether they want to continue the journey with us."

Now, who in their right mind wouldn't? Endless wars. Theft of public funds to fatten up the west child-eating juntas. Policies, one after another, aimed to ridicule, defile, and destruct all aspects of humanity. Torture camps strewn around the lands of the "friends" of west. Theft of one's future, one's children's future, one's grandchildren's future. German boots on Greek soil dictating Berlin rules. Rising food prices. Vanquishing of wages. Medical experiments. Organ theft markets. A nazi for pope. Mass murderers for leaders. Batons in the face. 911s. Banks stealing from accounts. Lies 24/7. Chemtrails. Textbooks raping children from the cradle to grave. Pedophile religion. And "you're lazy" insults. Now, who wouldn't want to keep sidling up with you, Sharkozy, and your friends?


* "David Cameron said that the world was facing a "financial storm" as Greece may now b"

No, Mr Camewrong. You, you and your "friends" are facing the storm. You and no one else. 90% of the planet is cheering your pain, your priceless anguish, your hasty tense talks, your running about like chickens without heads around your manure filling courtyards.

Get yourself high boots instead of dispensing geographical mistakes. Herr Merkel knows well where to get those high goose-step fashion ones.


* "the IMF said Europe was "looking straight into the face of a great depression"."

Not depression. Prolapse. End days. Slums. Walls separating the 1% and the 99% of monkeys who grew fat drinking for 2000 yrs the blood of this planet.


* "ro but European leaders are expected to lobby the Chinese, Russians and Brazilians for loans. "

Precious. What will the EUnuch leaders offer as collateral? Their lizard brains? Stolen gems from Africa? Stolen organs from children in Iraq and Palestine? Genuine French snails? Genuine German green shorts? Free BBC sewage to every home? Burning rubbish bins?

This is akin to someone going to their landlord who's sending you clothes, gas, electricity, and food, and asking them to give you free money to boot. And this is not meant to be a joke. And the west populaces read this and don't laugh. Now, is anyone gonna miss either monkey, the one that prints it or the one that reads it?

poiuytr said...

* "If it wasn't a case of mutually assured destruction this would be the moment that it is game over for Greece."

Another gem! Standing ovation to our Greek brothers. You have brought about the destruction of the whole of the child-murdering 4th Reich.

The statement from some west beast junta leader says in no hidden way: if we could, we'd off you, but your gangrene is in our veins too.

And so it shall be that it's "game over", as stated, for the whole of the west beast.


* "a no–confidence motion in Mr Papandreou, which could trigger the government's collapse."

Replacing military heads is not a collapse then, me west friends? The poor bald sod's contemplating resignation, following meeting his "friend" Sharkozy is not a collapse? 20% approval rate isn't a collapse of governance? General strikes for 3 yrs isn't a collapse of governance?

Yes, you're correct. It's not collapse. It's prolapse -- a wonderful and magnificent moment in the history of this raped planet.


* "European leaders are hoping that, by increasing dramatically the pressure on Greece, politicians may demand that the referendum is scrapped."

Tighten the spanish boots on Mr Pompousdreou. Beat him to your vaticunt crosses. Electrocute him with one of those USA's torture camp bag on his head. Slap the bald fool silly. So? Scrap the referendum. Rig the vote. Pull another Ireland revote. Your antics will achieve nothing. You're off the cliff, now amusingly plunging down the abyssal walls. There's nothing your child-murdering talons can grasp at to even break the fall. Referendum has nothing to do with anything. Actually, it was just an underhanded way -- one of the beast's tricks -- to try blaming our Greek brothers for the magnificent west implosion.


* "fulfil its commitments and right now Papandreou is unable to give that."

IMF not happy with you Mr Pompousdreou? Typing a resignation letter now is a bit of waste of time, methinks.


* "There are mounting fears that the Greek crisis will fatally undermine Italy's economy in the"

Hang on, again, you syphilitic west press parasite. Italy? The whole time we're talking Greece and pretty things like "bailouts" and now you pull in Italy out of the blue? :) See how the panic thoughts flit about the monkey's skulls.

Oh, indeed, the whole of the parasitic west cesspit and all its creatures caught or willingly multiplying there at the expense of the planet and her children, the whole of the beast has at last admitted its in an active irreversible prolapse.


* "AP - Greece Bailout Referendum Has Been Scrapped"

Good! Referendum would've been cheating, Mr Pompousdreou. You'd pull the old Germ line: I was just following orders. Be brave now. Keep the responsibility for your destruction of Greece. Let no NWO criminal hide behind feigned public referenda.

As for Herr Merkel and Sharkozy's guillotine "talk", what can one say but what an incredible achievement, truly worthy of the 4th Reich!

For 2 days, the entire west ran amok summoning all its powers trying to stave off the spreading rupture and the result? They've managed to change some bald fool's mind on an irrelevant issue.

It's Germ boots in Greece now or bankruptcy of a nation in days.

As for the magnificence of the west wall-to-wall terminal prolapse and the fantastic achievement of our Greek brothers, hopefully soon to be echoed by Italians, no change there.

I trust all have joined me in laughter at the freckly beast St Vitus dance while toasting the unparalleled achievement of our Greek brothers.

poiuytr said...

3/11/11 21:56
> (Anybody who doesn't see that canceling the referendum is going to trigger a violent revolt in Greece is delusional!) WRH

I take this is M Rivero response to the Greek referendum nixing. Note two things here. The baboon's innate thirst for violence and how the bristleback's always angling for someone else to do his work, particularly when it comes to spilling blood.

Instead of extrapolating your own squashed ego into predictions, you get out there, Rivero. Roll up your sleeves, get up (if you still can after a decade of re-formatting someone else's work), and face the robocops yourself. Greeks have done enough. But you and your baboon kind is a decade overdue.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely! We held our sides with laughter and ended up choking, down to the last bit of rough on poor Michael Rivero who does his best to be as objective as he is capable of given his origins.

A work of art it was, poiuytr, a flaming example using the entire arsenal of ironic weaponry. What I enjoyed the most, no doubt, was the idea of offering a pair of "genuire green German shorts" to the Chinese as collateral for the monies EU hopes to collect from them to bolster their own faltering finances. It takes a powerful imagination to visualise such an eventuality! You say the script here blinds you. Well, blind or with perfect eyesight, you couldn't have done it any better than you have already. Poor beheaded Papandreaou and his comrades. But they have only themselves to blame for playing games with humanity at large.

Anonymous said...

U.S. Congress To Back Georgia Versus Russia Over Caucasus Conflict

http://en.trend.az/regions/scaucasus/georgia/1953150.html

Trend News Agency
November 3, 2011

Georgian top official mulls resolution in support of country with U.S. congressmen

N. Kirtskhalia

Tbilisi: Georgian Parliamentary Speaker David Bakradze held meetings at the U.S. House of Representatives to promote the draft resolution on Georgia, the Georgian Parliament told Trend. He met with representatives of the Republican and Democratic parties to secure the adoption of the resolution.

The resolution provides support for the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Georgia, as well as recognition of the occupation of Georgia’s lands by the Russian troops. It requires the withdrawal of the occupation forces from the entire Georgian territory. The U.S. Senate has already accepted a similar resolution.

Bakradze discussed with congressmen Adam Smith and David Dreier.

“The resolution is a comprehensive document, which recognizes the territorial integrity of Georgia. It also reflects the fact of the irreversibility of democratic reforms in the country,” Bakradze said in an interview with reporters after a meeting with Congressmen Dreier.

Bakradze is also expected to meet with the leading U.S. media.

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Rustavi 2
November 3, 2011

Congress to adopt yet another resolution on Georgia

Congressional representatives are working on a new resolution about Georgia, in which the position of the United States regarding the occupation of Georgia will be strictly condemned. Chairperson of Georgian parliament Davit Bakradze discussed the details of the draft resolution with the members of the House of Representatives on Wednesday.

Bakradze has been holding official meetings with the American lawmakers since yesterday. Later today, the Georgian parliamentary delegation will discuss cooperation issues with congressional representatives David Dreier, Gregory Meeks, Adam Smith, Den Barton and Steny Hoyer.

The resolution adopted by the Congressional Representatives will be similar of the resolution adopted by the US Senate a while ago. The document supports Georgia`s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

Would the Russians be polishing up their nukes now or perhaps a yes to the next resolution against Syria? Why shouldn't they simply ignore the whole thing? They are Russia, after all and not some village in the Caucasus?

Anonymous said...

Banks in trouble

In the UK, HSBC's services seem to have crashed throughout the country. In US, customers are dumping their banks by withdrawing their money and closing accounts.

Anonymous said...

New Wars in the Air?

Iran is all over the place at the moment. War imminent, war imminent scream the headlines. If war seems to be an absolute must, what yet remains to be decided apparently is who is going to lauch it. Will it be the US, will it be Israel? In any case, UK has already expressed its readiness to join in as an ally. MSM is having a field day with this one. Also the stockmarket since millions have been bet in the futures market that oil prices would soon be in the region of 120$ per barrel or above.

While on the subject of Muslim countries, US is urging Syrian rebels to refuse to make their peace with the legitimate government. There too west war clouds are gathering thick and fast.

Then we have the potential wars. Apart from the Georgia-Russia conflict in the making, US has decided actively to take part in the South China Sea conflict opposing China and some of its neighbours. Apparently oil reserves are located in the area. So before long this too might turn into a casus belli with China.

However necessary the west prolapse, it does seem to come with a very high price tag.

Anonymous said...

Greece's PM survives confidence vote. Great. And now what next? What about all those US banks which have covered millions in Credit default swaps in the case of Greece? Who's the winner, who's the loser in all this? Apart from the Greek people themselves that is.

Anonymous said...

Ordinary Greeks are taking matters into their own hands - Part One

by Hara Kouki and Antonis Vradis - 5.11.11

In early October, a peculiar news item barely made its way into the back pages of Greek national press: in the northern city of Veria, a small group of people had started reconnecting the electricity supply of households disconnected from the national grid due to bill non-payment. This kind of solidarity action seemed rather abnormal. Then again, it is difficult to define what constitutes normality in the country nowadays – the upper echelon of political power is in an unprecedented turmoil, and Tuesday's referendum announcement by prime minister George Papandreou, followed by him reportedly preparing to step down, has thrown his political allies and foes into a tailspin. Parliamentary opposition parties are calling for a "national unity" government, snap elections, or a succession of the two; the entire mainstream political spectrum in the country seems to have entered a delirious state of panic.

In a stunningly surreal scene, euro-zone leaders and global markets are nervously waiting for people in Greece to cast a vote. And yet, at this precise moment, Greek people are realizing they are left with what they had at the outset – that is, absolutely nothing to hope for from the mainstream political scene. Take Yannis, a 43 year-old man working in a bank in Athens, who doesn't want to return home because it is going to be cold again. The heating will be off, as nobody in the block can afford the heating prices. His 16-year old daughter, Sophia, does not want to go to school, as she finds little meaning in preparing for her exams: why would she want to enter university knowing full well she will never find a job in Greece, anyway? Or take Eleftheria's father, a 72-year old pensioner leaving in the village of Kymi, who called her today while she was returning home and hesitantly asked her for money to buy his medicine that the state fund no longer covers for. His pension was recently cut by 50%. "But, please," he pleaded, "do not tell your mother."

Back in the city, Eleftheria's streets are lined with garbage which has been lying there for more than three weeks. Thousands of workers are to be put on reduced pay schemes across the country and hundreds are being fired on a daily basis. The government has raised already existing taxes and introduced a variety of new ones across the board, while slashing salaries and pensions in both the public and private sector. Official unemployment rose by more than 35% year-to-year and now stands at just under 20%; homelessness is on an enormous increase across the country, while tax on food consumption has shot up from 13 to 23%. At the same time, public transport is being dismantled and hospitals across the country barely function. For the first time, there were no books to be distributed in public schools and universities are in utter disarray.

Anonymous said...

Part Two

The "bloated" public sector has been portrayed as responsible for all the misery the country has to endure. At the same time, social services have been intentionally abandoned, making it easier for enraged citizens to accept the privatisation of the public sector in return.

People here feel the country is gradually sinking, carrying them down a path dug in arbitrariness and injustice. Yet at this very moment – when it is not only the rules of the game that are challenged but the game itself – they seem to feel empowered to act in ways that would not have appeared feasible in the past: they physically attack politicians, mock and cancel military-inspired national public parades and humiliate army officials attending them, participate in neighbourhood assemblies and mass demonstrations (irrespective of the amount of tear gas thrown against them by the police), create grassroots trade unions to demand their labour rights, occupy workplaces, disrupt public services and protest in violent, impulsive, unpredictable ways.

In these peculiar times, when there is nothing to lose for so many, everything becomes possible. In the northern Athens suburb of Nea Ionia, the municipality is now actively calling for locals to shun the new tax, offering instructions to avoid its payment on its official website and promising legal support and even volunteers to reconnect potentially disconnected supplies. Grassroots refusal to put up with austerity is quickly gaining momentum, regardless of everyday politics of fear and emergency, or never-ending market crashes. In return, the realisation is sinking in that a possibility for tangible change only lies in people changing their understandings, their habits, the ways in which they do politics: while asked to cast a vote, Greek society sees a major role recast.

Anonymous said...

Most of the unemployed in US no longer receive benefits - 5.11.11

WASHINGTON (AP) — The jobs crisis has left so many people out of work for so long that most of America's unemployed are no longer receiving unemployment benefits.

Early last year, 75 percent were receiving checks. The figure is now 48 percent — a shift that points to a growing crisis of long-term unemployment. Nearly one-third of America's 14 million unemployed have had no job for a year or more.

Congress is expected to decide by year's end whether to continue providing emergency unemployment benefits for up to 99 weeks in the hardest-hit states. If the emergency benefits expire, the proportion of the unemployed receiving aid would fall further.

The ranks of the poor would also rise. The Census Bureau says unemployment benefits kept 3.2 million people from slipping into poverty last year. It defines poverty as annual income below $22,314 for a family of four.

Yet for a growing share of the unemployed, a vote in Congress to extend the benefits to 99 weeks is irrelevant. They've had no job for more than 99 weeks. They're no longer eligible for benefits.

Their options include food stamps or other social programs. Nearly 46 million people received food stamps in August, a record total. That figure could grow as more people lose unemployment benefits.

So could the government's disability rolls. Applications for the disability insurance program have jumped about 50 percent since 2007.

Anonymous said...

Occupy Oakland - 5.11.11

A peaceful protest has descended into fresh violence in the Californian city of Oakland, as police moved in to break up an 'Occupy' rally. At least 100 demonstrators have been arrested. The tough police action has also left another U.S. army veteran badly injured, the second such incident in just over a week.

Anonymous said...

US is a rogue terror state, an imperial predator. Unchallenged global dominance is planned. All nations it doesn't control are targeted. It was Saddam's undoing, Gaddafi's also as well as others post-WW II, including democrats, despots and others in between.

Since last winter, Syria was targeted. Externally generated violence rages. Regime change is planned. Whether or not successful, is Iran next? The fullness of time will tell.

Anonymous said...

The Istambul Conference on Afghanistan

On Wednesday, 2.11.11, Turkey hosted a conference in Istanbul that brought together 14 countries including Pakistan and Afghanistan in order to secure an agreement for the establishment of a regional security and integration mechanism similar to Organization of Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE). The real aim of the conference was to pressure regional states into an agreement that would facilitate US domination over the region.

However, the US plan for the conference was doomed from the start due to the differing interests and agenda of the participating countries. According to the Asia Times, “China, Iran, Pakistan and most of the Central Asian countries demurred on the US proposal for a new regional security architecture.” Pakistan, China and Iran also joined forces to oppose US plans to maintain a military presence in Afghanistan beyond 2014.

So there we have it in a nutshell. Perhaps all the drums of war beating in unison at the moment is simply a reaction to that diplomatic defeat. By which is not meant that they are not dangerous in the extreme all the same.

Anonymous said...

Israel strike to shut airports, economy on Monday
6.11.11

Israel's main labour union plans a strike that would shut airports, ports, banks and the stock market starting on Monday after talks with the government failed to produce an agreement over the status of workers employed through labour contractors.

"The strike will be unlimited and only a court injunction will prevent it," Ofer Eini, the head of the Histadrut, told Israel's Army Radio on Sunday.

Anonymous said...

China's huge leap forward into space threatens US ascendancy over heavens
6.11.11

Floating 200 miles above earth is the latest symbol of China's determination to become a true global superpower.

For the millions of Chinese who stayed up to watch the rendezvous of the two unmanned craft live on television, its success wasn't just a matter of enormous pride that China had become only the third nation after the US and Russia to master orbital docking. It was also a message to the rest of the world of China's ever-growing reach and ambition, as each successive mission in the country's space programme narrows the technological gap with its rivals.

Anonymous said...

Right, then. From the latest we get to hear about Greece, Papandreou is out, a coalition govt made up of Neo Demokratia (opposition) and PASOK (ruling Socialists) is to be formed under the leadership of - what else? - a banker, Lucas Papademus, Vice Pres of the European Central Bank. Elections (to replace the aborted referendum, no doubt) should take place on 19 Feb, 1212. What a terrific outcome for the Greeks. Hope they cheer that their problems will finally be solved.

Anonymous said...

Cannes G20 showed how power has shifted to China

The fact that China is now pivotal says much about developments in the decade since it emerged as a fully fledged market economy as symbolised by membership of the World Trade Organisation. Financial meltdown in the west and east Asia's rapid growth have altered globalisation's terms of trade, leading to a shift in the balance of power as fundamental as that of a century ago.

Back in 2001, the running of global affairs was still firmly in the hands of the United States, Europe and Japan, but even then there were signs of change. China had already enjoyed two decades of spectacular expansion by the end of the 20th century and that has continued in the first 11 years of the 21st. Economic power translates into political clout and China now has a seat at the top table when the great powers meet in conclave, as they did at the G20 in Cannes last week.

Unsurprisingly, the focus of events was the unfolding crisis in the eurozone but it was hard to escape the sense that power had shifted from west to east over the past 10 years. It was not just that Nicolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel were holding out the begging bowl, pleading with China to dip into its foreign currency reserves to provide capital for Europe's bailout fund. Nor was it that China's leaders felt entirely comfortable lecturing Europe on the need to get its act together when it was not so long ago that it was the other way around.

Rather, it was the mixture of bemusement and derision with which China viewed last week's events: the referendum in Greece that never was, the ratcheting up of market pressure on Italy, the looming recession, the inability to follow through on the rescue plan announced in Brussels 10 days ago. Comparisons were being made with the way in which Asia coped with its financial crisis in 1997-98 – and they were not flattering to Europe

Anonymous said...

Italy government borrowing rates hit euro-era high - 7.11.11

The Italian government's borrowing cost has risen as fears grow over political uncertainty in Rome.

The yield on Italian 10-year bonds rose from 6.37% to a euro-era high of 6.64%, before retreating to 6.53%.

Anonymous said...

Merkel and Sarkozy Have Lost Credibility

"Six weeks to save the euro," European leaders promised the world in September. That deadline passed at last week's Cannes G-20 summit with the goal looking further away then ever. Nothing of substance was agreed on the French Riviera to aid the cause of euro survival, but one giant decision was taken that could hasten its demise. Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy's announcement that Greece is free to leave the euro has transformed the nature of the euro.

The significance of Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy's acceptance that Greece could leave the euro should not be underestimated. It could lead to the demise of the currency. The German and French leaders have decided the euro zone will be a voluntary union, not because of an attachment to the principle of national self-determination but to protect the principle that euro-zone countries should not become liable for each other's debts.

The significance of Ms. Merkel and Mr. Sarkozy's Cannes declaration is immense. At a stroke, they have introduced foreign-exchange risk into a sovereign-debt market still grappling with the realization that euro-zone government bonds contain unexpected credit risk. Worse, throughout the crisis, the two leaders said they will do whatever it takes to save the euro. Yet the assurances they've given haven't been worth the paper they were written on: First, there were to be no sovereign defaults; then the first Greek haircut was a "unique situation;" the second Greek haircut followed 12 weeks later; now euro-zone exits are possible. No wonder the markets won't lend and China won't invest in Europe's bailout funds. Nothing these leaders say any longer carries any credibility.

Anonymous said...

The Occupy Movement

Two more cities in two different countries have joined the Occupy Movement now, the unlikely Islamabad, Pakistan and the European capital which had refused any participation up until now, Paris. Best of luck to both.

Anonymous said...

November 7, 2011 Attacking Iran serious mistake: RussiaBy MKERone

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has warned against the consequences of any military attack against Iran over the country’s nuclear program.
“It would be a very serious mistake fraught with unpredictable consequences,” Lavrov said on Monday.

“Military intervention only leads to a multiple rise in casualties and human suffering,” he was quoted as saying by AFP.

Lavrov added that there can be no military solution to the Iranian nuclear issue.

The Russian foreign minister’s remarks come as Israel has renewed its aggressive rhetoric against Iran. Israeli President Shimon Peres threatened on Sunday that an attack on Tehran is becoming “more and more likely.”

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defense Minister Ehud Barak have reportedly been lobbying to persuade the Israeli cabinet to militarily strike Iran over its nuclear program.

Last week, the Israeli regime test-fired a ballistic missile which is widely believed is capable of carrying nuclear warheads.

Meanwhile, Iranian officials have promised a crushing response to any military strike against the country.

Washington and Tel Aviv have repeatedly threatened Tehran with the “option” of a military strike, based on their allegation that Iran’s nuclear program may include a covert military aspect.

Iran insists that it has the right to develop and acquire nuclear technology for peaceful purposes as a signatory to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency.

Source: PressTv

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November 7, 2011 Putin slams West hypocritical policies (pertaining to the recent developments in North African = Libya)

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has accused certain Western powers of being hypocrites in the affairs pertaining to the recent developments in North African.
On Monday, Putin slammed the hypocrisy used by “arrogant world powers” as he hosted a conference of the 10-year-old Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in the western city of Saint Petersburg, AFP reported.

The Russian premier criticized Western powers for backing the revolutions leading to the toppling of North African regimes they previously supported.

Moscow has strongly opposed the NATO military campaign in Libya, warning the Western alliance against letting such policies turning into a norm in the future.

Moscow has also warned the West against taking tough actions against its close Soviet-era ally, Syria.

Russia considers the regional security summit as a counterpart to NATO, and hopes it will develop into a more powerful force rivaling NATO.

The SCO is an intergovernmental security organization that was founded in 2001 in Shanghai by leaders of China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan.

Iran, India, Mongolia, and Pakistan are the observer states of this organization. Iran, which has held an observer status since 2005, is seeking full membership to create a powerful coalition with China and Russia.

Another voice raised in condemnation of NATO and the genocide in Libya was that of President Lukashenko.

Anonymous said...

Japan not being spare!

A 6.8 earthquake shook the island in the vicinity of Okinawa. Is a slow but steady destruction of Japan being planned at this stage? The question is legitimate in view of all the murky events which have marked the mainland since the first earthquake and subsequent tsunami shattered the country.

Anonymous said...

>08:26

Although I haven't really investigated, I feel it might have been a threatening to Japan. BTW, I read somewhere that there was another strange earthquake in US. Is it man-made?

Japan and US are now having a talk over TPP (a free-trade agreement). But, this is so unilateral that no one in Japan, except US puppets, wants to agree.

For example, David Rockefeller Jr visited Sendai,
which was badly hit by the tsunami. (Yes, criminals come back to the theater.) Also, I found a new that says Michael Green and Richard Armitage are in Japan. (they are said to belong to the Rockefeller/Bush faction.)

http://english.kyodonews.jp/photos/2011/11/124570.html


And, Emperor of Japan..... It seems he doesn't want to meet any of them. (4 years ago, he met David Rockefeller and 2 years ago, he met Obama.)

Japanese emperor to be admitted to the hospital on bronchitis fears
http://www.chinapost.com.tw/asia/japan/2011/11/07/322177/Japanese-emperor.htm

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot, RH, you can always be relied upon when we no longer see where we're going next. You expressed that all beautifully. And long live the Emperor for his strategic retreat to the hospital. Wherever Rockefeller & Co. pass, destruction comes in their wake.

You very rightly point out about the Oklohoma quakes. It is claimed they are connected with the fracking operations used in US now to extract oil from shale. I myself was wondering whether they were some more evidence of underground bunkers being decomissioned as purportedly happened in Virgina and Colorado not so long ago.

In any case, I was just listening to Fulford a bit earlier on and the way he insists no radiation is to be found in Tokyo was most heartening. I know Fulford sounds crazy at times. But I really don't see what he could achieve by saying Tokyo had not been too affected by the Fukushima plants.

Anonymous said...

Police will have the right to fire rubber bullets on student protesters as they prepare for huge London demonstration (8.11.11)

Police are prepared to use plastic bullets for the first time on the British mainland if student protests planned for tomorrow erupt into violence.

Scotland Yard revealed yesterday that the baton rounds have been authorised for a student fees march in London amid fears it could be hijacked by anarchists and troublemakers.

Baton gun rounds have never been used on the British mainland, but they have been linked to deaths in Northern Ireland.

Anonymous said...

Berlusconi to go - 8.11.11

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, the seemingly untouchable media magnate who has brushed off countless scandals and challenges to his rule, said he would resign Tuesday after losing a governing majority in Parliament. Earlier Tuesday he passed a crucial budget vote, but failed to muster a majority on the measure. Meanwhile the $2.6 trillion Italian bond market moved toward unsustainable levels, with yields on benchmark 10-years surging past 6.7%.

Anonymous said...

Falling out among thieves or another PR ploy?

Journalists covering last week's economic summit overheard French President Nicolas Sarkozy blasting Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a "liar" during a talk with U.S. President Barack Obama, according to published reports.

The private conversation was inadvertently carried by open microphones before an Obama-Sarkozy news conference on the sidelines of the Group of 20 economic summit in the French resort of Cannes. Its contents were first reported by the French website Arret Sur Images, which said reporters heard Sarkozy's comments in French and Obama's reply through a translator.

"I can't stand him. He's a liar," Sarkozy said of Netanyahu, according to the website.

Obama replied, "You're tired of him; what about me? I have to deal with him every day," the site reported.

Israeli opposition leaders have questioned Netanyahu's honesty before, but Labor Party lawmaker Daniel Ben-Simon said he was "ashamed" that the leaders of two of Israel's top allies "could characterize my prime minister as a liar."

"If the most friendly leaders say that about my prime minister, what do others say about him who are not as friendly?" said Ben-Simon, the head of the Israeli-French Parliamentary Association."If he lies to them, he must be lying to Israelis as well."

The above has also been copiously reported in the Israeli press, etc. What to make of it?

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Are we on the verge of a return to the gold standard. Are we going to opt for a basket of currencies to replace the defunct dollar reserve currency status? The only thing one can say with any degree of being right is the IMF SDR is out for the moment after Dominque Strauss Kahn was eliminated, whichever way that went.

About gold, some of it is under a ban on the markets. The Thai gold, for instance, or China's imperial gold which is apparently also to be found in Thailand. Unless US has quietly confiscated all that stuff and added it to its Fort Knox gold-plated tungsten bars, these reserves might be released someday.

Which brings us to another source of very ancient gold, if it still exists and hasn't been secretly replaced by gold-plated simply. The Vatican, of course, is meant. If the gold statues in their millions of churches round the world are still intact and they decide to use it, then Maya-Inca gold will also be back in circulation.

And then there's Gadhafi's gold. And gold there must be in Afghanistan as well, besides the US-led drug traffic. So oil is just one part of the picture. Does Syria have gold reserves as well? And Iran, which has the further dubious distinction which it shared with Libya before the Iranians decided to throw in the their lot with the west in that war: they are one of the three remaining places in the world, along with Cuba and North Korea to survive without the machinations of a central bank.

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UN Security Council ‘Split’ on Palestinian Statehood - Still Unclear if Palestinians Can Muster Ninth Yes Vote (8.11.11)

A draft report on the prospect of the UN Security Council recognizing Palestinian statehood told us what everyone already knew today, that the 15 council members are not leaning unanimously either way on the question.

Of course we knew this because a number of nations have promised to vote in favor of Palestinian statehood and the United States has vowed to veto it at all costs. The question of whether it comes up to a vote, and if it is so overwhelmingly supported that the US is too embarrassed to veto it, remain to be seen.

Right now, the Palestinians seem to have 8 secure “yes” votes out of 15, and at least three other nations, Colombia, Portugal and France, are leaning toward abstention. At best this gives the US four “no” votes to work with, and this assumes Germany, Britain and Bosnia all end up opposing statehood instead of abstaining.

It was assumed that the Palestinians would not bring it up for a vote without a ninth “yes,” but the growing number of abstentions has raised the prospect that eight will be “enough.” The overwhelming support for the UNESCO membership seems to be strengthening international support for the bid, and even if it fails in the Security Council membership may be considered in the UN General Assembly, where no veto powers exist.

Anonymous said...

Property Prices Collapse in China. Is This a Crash? - 8.11.11

Residential property prices are in freefall in China as developers race to meet revenue targets for the year in a quickly deteriorating market. The country’s largest builders began discounting homes in Shanghai, Beijing, and Shenzhen in recent weeks, and the trend has now spread to second- and third-tier cities such as Hangzhou, Hefei, and Chongqing.

Even if this is not simply hype, I doubt the Chinese government will let it get it so out of hand that en economic crash results.

Anonymous said...

Borrowing Blow For Italy: Bond Yields Surge
9.11.11

Italy's borrowing cost has soared to a record high, despite Silvio Berlusconi's promise to step down as prime minister. In fact Berlusconi has already made his resignation public through his own personal TV channel.

Mr Berlusconi had said he wanted to show global markets that the country was "serious" about sorting out its finances.

But on Wednesday morning, Italy's 10-year government bond yield - the rate the country pays in interest to borrow money - rose above 7% for the first time since entering the euro.

Runours are now flying that the government has no choice left but to raid funds deposited by the common man in various Italian banks.

Anonymous said...

New Iran sanctions a ‘regime change tool’ – RussiaBy - 9.11.11

Moscow says it will not support new and harsher sanctions against Iran, arguing that such a move would amount to an attempt to facilitate regime change in the increasingly isolated Islamic Republic.

Following the release of a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) that says Iran may have taken steps to develop nuclear weapons, Moscow says the resource of UN sanctions against Iran was exhausted by Resolution 1929, the fourth round of sanctions against Tehran.

Moreover, sanctions against Iran would be perceived as a “regime change tool.”

“The international community will view all additional sanctions against Iran as an instrument of regime change in Tehran,”

Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov told reporters on Wednesday.

“We cannot accept this approach; Russia will not consider such proposals.”

The imposition of further sanctions against Iran will not help strengthen the nuclear non-proliferation regime, he added.

Meanwhile, Moscow is calling for dialogue as the best way of resolving the standoff.

“We think that dialogue is the only solution,” Gatilov said. “Iran should be encouraged to deal with real problems.”

The Russian official expressed concern over the West’s “practice of utilizing unilateral sanctions against Iran,” which have visibly failed in their aim of “establishing dialogue with Tehran,” he said.

In many ways, Moscow is echoing the pledge made by US President Barack Obama on the campaign trail four years ago when he promised to “sit down and talk” with enemies of the United States, as opposed to silently provoking them.

On Wednesday, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad reiterated Iran’s position, saying its nuclear program would not “budge an iota” in the wake of the report.

He backed up his claim be saying that his country has “no need for a nuclear bomb.”

Meanwhile, critics of the UN report say the document presented no concrete evidence to back up its allegations that Iran may be planning to use its nuclear industry to develop a bomb.

Anonymous said...

About Italy, one commentator in Barclay's Bank writes as follows:

1) At this point, it seems Italy is now mathematically beyond point of no return
2) While reforms are necessary, in and of itself not be enough to prevent crisis
3) Reason? Simple math–growth and austerity not enough to offset cost of debt
4) On our ests, yields above 5.5% is inflection point where game is over
5) The danger:high rates reinforce stability concerns, leading to higher rates
6) and deeper conviction of a self sustaining credit event and eventual default
7) We think decisions at eurozone summit is step forward but EFSF not adequate
8) Time has run out–policy reforms not sufficient to break neg mkt dynamics
9) Investors do not have the patience to wait for austerity, growth to work
10) And rate of change in negatives not enuff to offset slow drip of positives
11) Conclusion: We think ECB needs to step up to the plate, print and buy bonds
12) At the moment ECB remains unwilling to be lender last resort on scale needed
13) But frankly will have hand forced by market given massive systemic risk

If any truth in it, then indeed the days of the Eurozone are numbered. Though the final points raised seem to negate earlier pessimism.

Anonymous said...

Student protesters pitch their tents in Trafalgar Square

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Students occupied Trafalgar Square today as thousands of protesters took to the streets to demonstrate against education cuts.

A tent city appeared on the square as up to 5,000 people marched through London. There were isolated clashes between activists and police and there were several arrests. In the Strand police were met with an angry response as they moved to arrest black-clad protesters wearing masks.

More than 4,000 officers lined the route of the protest march from Malet Street in Bloomsbury to the City.

Protesters carried placards which read "Scrap Tuition Fees" and "Free Education". There were chants of "No ifs, no buts, no education cuts" and "David Cameron f*** off back to Eton" as demonstrators made their way through the streets.

They also shouted: "You can shove your rubber bullets up your a***."

Also the St Paul protestors are still holding their ground.

Anonymous said...

Occupy Highway kicks off in New York
9.11.11

Anti-corporatism protesters in the US have kicked off a two-week protest march, dubbed Occupy the Highway, by beginning a walk from New York to Washington D.C.

More than two dozen protesters, part of the nationwide Occupy Wall Street (OWS) movement, departed from New York's Zuccotti Park on Wednesday.

The protesters are planning to walk 20 miles a day, and will stop at other demonstrations at 11 cities before reaching the White House in Washington D.C. on November 23, the OWS website reported...

This reminds one of the march of the indignados through Spain. But any new attempt to incite people to rise is welcome, bowever fragile. There are millions out there in US, many of them totally armed, all of them greatly deprived, who have not even said their first word yet.

Anonymous said...

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 The military has long borne a sacred obligation: to treat its fallen members and their families with utmost levels of dignity and honor.

The Dover Air Force Base mortuary for years disposed of portions of troops’ remains by cremating them and dumping the ashes in a Virginia landfill, a practice that officials have since abandoned in favor of burial at sea.

The Dover, Del., mortuary, the main point of entry for the nation’s war dead and the target of federal investigations of alleged mishandling of remains, engaged in the practice from 2003 to 2008, according to Air Force officials. The manner of disposal was not disclosed to relatives of fallen service members.

The military mortuary that receives America's war dead and prepares them for burial lost portions of human remains twice in 2009, prompting the Air Force to discipline three senior officials for "gross mismanagement." (Nov. 8)

Dover Air Force Base is nation’s latest military site to be accused in scandal.Dover embalmer objected to cutting Marine’s arm.No more burial mistakes at Arlington Cemetery have been found so far.

Air Force officials acknowledged the practice Wednesday in response to inquiries from The Washington Post. They said the procedure was limited to fragments or portions of body parts that were unable to be identified at first or were later recovered from the battlefield, and which family members had said could be disposed of by the military.

Lt. Gen. Darrell G. Jones, the Air Force’s deputy chief for personnel, said the body parts were cremated, then incinerated, and then taken to a landfill by a military contractor. He likened the procedure to the disposal of medical waste.

Jones also could not estimate how many body parts were handled in this way. “That was the common practice at the time, and since then our practices have improved,” he said.

Anonymous said...

Let me explain why I posted the above on countless GI body parts nicely "disappeared". It's a point I've been trying to make over the past ten years. The US has lost thousands and thousands of soldiers in the Afghan-Iraq wars without ever acknowledging their deaths. Just take a look at their official casualty figures. It's laughable. Now that those wars are winding up, the next chapter opens: how to account for all those who do not come back? We have the suicide stories (one GI every 80 minutes was one such), mark my words, we'll get "mas desertions" one of these days and this "wrongfully buried" is of the same order. When the dust finally settles, the figures of US dead will probably be somewhere in the region of about 100.000 for each of the two countries they overran.

Anonymous said...

The Italian Crisis

Global stock markets suffered sharp losses on Thursday morning as the political chaos in Athens and Rome continued and the eurozone teetered on the brink of breakup.

The ongoing financial turmoil saw the FTSE 100 in London open nearly 100 points lower at 5360.19. Asian markets also fell, with Japan's Nikkei closing down 2.9% while Hong Kong's Hang Seng lost nearly 5% and Singapore's Straits Times shed 3.1%.

In the bond markets, the yield – or interest rate – on Italy's 10-year bonds traded around 7.3%, close to the record highs hit on Wednesday. The yield on Spain's 10-year debt increased to 5.9%, nearer to the "danger zone" where countries risk losing the confidence of the financial markets.

Soaring Italian borrowing costs have stoked fears that the eurozone's third-largest economy will need to be bailed out. Italy has now replaced Greece as the focus of the debt crisis, with Italian interest rates reaching levels that triggered bailouts in Portugal, Greece and Ireland. But amid fears that Italy is too big to rescue, reports have surfaced from Brussels suggesting Germany and France have begun preliminary talks on a breakup of the eurozone.

Brent crude oil dipped below $112 a barrel as the escalating European debt crisis overshadowed robust demand for oil from China. Spot silver shed nearly 2% to $33.4 an ounce.

China's foreign ministry expressed hope on Thursday that European countries would overcome their difficulties. Ministry spokesman Hong Lei added that China also hoped Europe would stabilise financial markets and push for economic recovery and growth.

Anonymous said...

Here we go again: Eastern Turkey gets hit by yet another earthquake.

The last one at the end of October was measured at 7.2, this one now was 5.7. Rescue operations are underway. For the moment, 7 persons have been found dead, but many more reported missing.

Anonymous said...

>10:00

-Depth of the epicenter
-Chart of the seismic wave

Are those already publicized?

Anonymous said...

Not so far as we've been able to make out, 10:21. They are yet to appear perhaps.

Anonymous said...

Two news items not to be found everywhere:

- Hugo Chavez has just informed the people of Venezuela that a nuclear submarine was detected in Venezuelan waters. Though not identified with any certainty, the sub was thought to be of US origin. Chavez sternly warned US of any foolish enterprise, using the excuse of drugs passing through Venezueala to justify this form of pre-attack.

- NATO was once again bombing Libya on Nov 9, contrary to any international law or recent declarations in the UN and on the part of NATO itself. Apparently the TNC still needs its partners in crime which would suggest the resistance has not yet left Libyan soil.

Anonymous said...

Dennis Ross, for twenty-odd years the US Special Envoy to the Mideast, a fervent supporter of Israel and butcher of the Palestinians, is finally on his way out over the nonsense the Atomic Agency produced over Iran's "renewed" efforts to produce the bomb. The report was so riddled with errors, including the mention of a Russian specialist who had nothing whatsoever to do with the question of the bomb and everything to do with nanodiamonds, whatever it may be, that it can no longer be used as an excuse to go to war with Iran. What it has done, though, is anger Russia and China enough for them to have found unity and a tongue to say no to further UN sanctions against Iran. One to chalk up to the vigilance of the alternative media.

Anonymous said...

Compared to this, Greece was just a sideshow. Italy could blow Europe to pieces
Watching the cost of servicing Italy’s debt surge past the level that triggered bailouts in Greece, Ireland and Portugal, I found one of Kipling’s verses forming in my mind:

This is midnight — let no star
Delude us — dawn is very far.
This is the tempest long foretold —
Slow to make head but sure to hold.

Italy is the third-largest economy in the EU, and the eighth largest on the planet. Its outstanding debt of €1.9 trillion (£1.6 trillion) accounts for 25 per cent of all the debt in the eurozone.

If for no other reason, the above should be read for the beauty of Kipling's verses. A much underrated poet our Kipling is. But that's by the way.

Dissenting voices have also been raised concerning the demise of the Eurozone, in particular on the part of LEAP 20/20 editor, Franck Biancheri who sees greater integration for the EU and a brilliant future for Germany, France and the like. In the immediate future, LEAP predicts the decimation of big banks in the coming year, including such stalwarts as UBS or the Bank of America.

Anonymous said...

US to Announce ‘Permanent Military Presence’ in Australia
New Deployment Has Something to Do With China, Officials Insist - 10.11.11

The Obama Administration didn’t get the permanent military presence it sought in Iraq, but they are reportedly on the brink of announcing a new permanent deployment in a rather surprising place – Australia.

Opposition figures within the Australia government say that the announcement will be made next week during President Obama’s visit to Australia, and that the US will begin deploying Marines to the nation’s Darwin military base.

The “why” of the sudden (but permanent) deployment is unclear, but some media outlets cited unnamed officials saying it had something to do with “heightened concern about China.”

Which is of course the default reason for any and all US military actions in the South Pacific, but makes even less since in this case, since there is no conceivable reason to expect that Australia is about to be overrun by Red Chinese, or that if this were somehow the case the deployment of US Marines would make the US seem more committed to that incredibly improbable war

Anonymous said...

Several days now since we last heard from poiuytr. Perhaps the time has come to change the background of this blog from black to some other colour. The black was beautifully symbolic. We were in deep mourning and the colour more tellingly than our words even translated that fact. Now, we greatly hope, things have changed somewhat. So we could go back to our original look or any other combination which would be gentle on the eyes. In advance, my thanks to anyone who can help us out with this one.

Anonymous said...

Will Fukushima Bankrupt Japan?
11.11.11

Taipei Times notes today that, according to a Japanese author:

A professor from the University of Tokyo has even estimated that it would cost up to ?800 trillion [U.S. $10 trillion dollars], amounting to approximately 10 years of the national budget, if the soil and road surface of radiation-affected areas are to be cleaned up.

The damage is so much that the Japanese government would go well beyond bankruptcy, Liu said.

Of course, the Japanese government’s entire strategy from day one has been to cover up the severity of the Fukushima accident.

Given that Japan either won’t or is unwilling to pay for a real clean up of the Fukushima radiation, it appears that the people of Japan will pay for the accident with their health for generations to come.

Anonymous said...

The Occupy Movement - 10.11.11

- In Oakland, one young man was shot to death by the police in the vicinity of the Occupy camp. A atreet criminal, a stray protester or simply a mishap because the lights in the area had been turned off in an attempt to get the protesters to leave, the question still remains to be answered.

- Occupy Denver was asked to choose a leader to negotiate with the authorities, whereupon their General Assembly settled on a dog, Shelby, a three-year old Border collie, to take on the job.

- Police also clashed violently with students at the University of California Berkeley, assaulting and injuring several of them. Quite a few were also put under arrest, no questions asked.

- Occupy Vermont: a GI killed himself in his tent. No explanations given so far

- Occupy Chile began in style in the port cits of Valparaiso.

Anonymous said...

Greece turns to Iranian oil as default fears deter trade - 11.11.11

Greece is relying on Iran for most of its oil as traders pull the plug on supplies and banks refuse to provide financing for fear that Athens will default on its debt.

Traders said Greece has turned to Iran as the supplier of last resort despite rising pressure from Washington and Brussels to stifle trade as part of a campaign against Tehran's nuclear program.

The near paralysis of oil dealings with Greece, which has four refineries, shows how trade in Europe could stall due to a breakdown in trust caused by the euro zone debt crisis, which is threatening to spread to further countries.

More than two dozen European traders contacted at oil majors and trading houses said the lack of bank financing has forced Greece to stop purchasing crude from Russia, Azerbaijan and Kazakhstan in recent months.

Greece, with no domestic production, relies on oil imports and in 2010 imported 46 percent of its crude from Russia and 16 percent from Iran. Saudi Arabia and Kazakhstan provided 10 percent each, Libya 9 percent and Iraq 7 percent, according to data from the European Union.

(Yet another "reason" to go and attack Iran? It's preventing them from bringing Greece down on its knees with all the speed required. And yet another example of questionable behaviour on the part of Russia, seems to me.)

Anonymous said...

Pentagon planning Cold War against China
11.11.11

The Pentagon lifted the veil of secrecy Wednesday on a new battle concept aimed at countering Chinese military efforts to deny access to areas near its territory and in cyberspace.

The Air Sea Battle concept is the start of what defense officials say is the early stage of a new Cold War-style military posture toward China.

The plan calls for preparing the Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps to defeat China’s “anti-access, area denial weapons,” including anti-satellite weapons, cyberweapons, submarines, stealth aircraft and long-range missiles that can hit aircraft carriers at sea.

A senior Obama administration official was more blunt, saying the new concept is a significant milestone signaling a new Cold War-style approach to China.

See above as well the US military bases which the plan requires to be set up in Australia.

Anonymous said...

IMF very sad at losing Russia as its prey
12.11.11

IMF's Managing Director Christine Lagarde urged the Russian administration not to increase the public spending. Lagarde said that she was giving only friendly pieces of advice to Russia and added that she had received the Order of Friendship from the Russian administration.

According to her, public spending was not a very healthy phenomenon, especially before the elections. However, it is clear that Lagarde was not talking about the spending connected with the elections only. The IMF's chairwoman does not like the payments to weakly protected layers of the population, the increase of spending on defense and law-enforcement bodies. Aside from that, Christine Lagarde is concerned about the fundamental reorganization of Russia's entire road infrastructure.

IMF Director Christine Lagarde wants Russian not to spend their money on social projects benefiting Russians, but instead to privatize the national assets, and reduce public spending, forcing Russia to live on the mercy of IMF handouts, by buying food products from Western Europe.

Nussiminen said...

IMF = Institution of Misery and Famine. Clearly, adorable Mrs. Lagarde is merely doing her (grotesquely overpaid) job all right. Needless to say, if the salaries paid to its own staff were more akin to those prevalent in the Third World, then the IMF would, ahem, "most likely" have to do without Mrs. Lagarde and her ilk. To the bourgeoisie, faith counts for less than nothing as compared to money, status, and and power.

An interesting corollary to the above is that Mrs. Lagarde might actually gladly advocate anti-Amurrrkan genocide, if somebody could just outbribe the IMF in the job market!

Anonymous said...

Berlusconi has resigned. Austerity bill passed. Italy under a transition government now until such time as new elections are held. What next? Will Italy be selling its gold reserves to the IMF as some of its EU partners so coyly suggest?

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