Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Thursday 12-03 Israel Does Not Know When To Stop

Video: Israeli's demolish the only shelter (a tent) of evicted Palestinian family for the 4th time Israel has been successfully peddling the Holocaust since 1945. But since Israel invaded Gaza in 2008 they have lost the battle for legitimacy because Israelis do not know enough to stop when they are ahead. Lest you think this only applies tom Netanyahu I must remind you that Gaza was invaded by a coalition led by Kadima's Livni and Labor's Peres and Moffaz.

Consider this: Israeli Court To Al-Kurd family: Settlers Will Stay In Your Home

Why They Hate Us: How Many Muslims Has The U.S. Killed In 30 years?

Israel stripped thousands of Jerusalem Arabs of residency in 2008

Paul Craig Roberts: The Obama Puppet -- The world's least powerful man

EU to recognize East Jerusalem as capital of Palestinian state

I am eagerly awaiting that international march on Gaza scheduled for after Christmas.

Afghans unimpressed by Obama's troops surge "Even if they bring the whole of America, they won't be able to stabilize Afghanistan," said the young construction worker out on a Kabul street corner on Wednesday morning. "Only Afghans understand our traditions, geography and way of life." For many, the prospect of more troops meant one thing: more civilian deaths.

Obama's Questions For Obama a young senator from Illinois asked the secretary of state some very good questions.

What if things don't go according to plan? What if the occupied country's government remains in shambles? What exactly are the benchmarks for success? And what are the consequences if they are not met? Is the United States really willing to walk away?

Soviet commander: U.S. faces similar Afghan fate [Been there...done that] The Kremlin's bloody nine-year campaign to support the Marxist government in Kabul cost the lives of more than 15,000 troops and brought the Soviet economy to its knees before its 100,000-strong army was forced into a humiliating withdrawal.

Is President Obama’s Surge A Trap? – Cynthia McKinney “Two in five Democratic voters either consider themselves unlikely to vote at this point in time, or have already made the firm decision to remove themselves from the 2010 electorate pool. Indeed, Democrats were three times more likely to say that they will ‘definitely not vote’ in 2010 than are Republicans.” - Blue Dog Democrat John Tanner of Tennessee has said he will not run for re-election. He is the second incumbent Democrat in a week to quit.

Poll: Record Number of Americans Feeling Isolationist

Threat Level Privacy, Crime and Security Online Yahoo, Verizon: Our Spy Capabilities Would ‘Shock’, ‘Confuse’ Consumers Want to know how much phone companies and internet service providers charge to funnel your private communications or records to U.S. law enforcement and spy agencies? Yahoo writes in its 12-page objection letter (.pdf), that if its pricing information were disclosed to Soghoian, he would use it “to ’shame’ Yahoo! and other companies — and to ’shock’ their customers.” Other customers, upon seeing the types of surveillance law enforcement can do, might “become unnecessarily afraid that their lines have been tapped or call Verizon to ask if their lines are tapped (a question we cannot answer).”

5,000 British bankers earn more than £1m One ounce of gold is over $1,200 or slightly more than 800 euros and less than 800 pounds.

Barclays banker Hugh McGee wants son's teacher fired for 'sleazeball' comment Hugh "Skip" McGee, one of Wall Street's best-paid bankers, has launched an extraordinary attack on staff at his son's exclusive private school after a teacher allegedly claimed that all investment bankers are dishonest "sleazeballs".

Jane Hamsher leads Left away from White House The year's great - and frustrating — causes on the left have been the Afghan war and the health care public option. Hamsher and Firedoglake first began to flex their muscles on the former, organizing a "whip count" of progressive members of Congress to pledge to vote against supplemental funding for the war.

Video: Cancer Cured in Canada, But Big Pharma Says NO WAY! DCA has been around for years and is not patented. It is cheap and nobody in the pro or con of the Obamacare debate has mentioned testing and proving DCA. Note that the reporter said she has seen two other good drugs that were cheap but were not tested because they were not patented. So what is government for but to get DCA into the hospitals?

A Mockery of Justice: The Great Sedition Trial of 1944 This is a long read but it is an important of our history. These men and women stood up to the Zionists. - “What the people behind the trial wanted to have judicially certified to the world was that anti-Semitism is a Nazi idea and that anyone holding this idea is a Nazi, who is thereby violating the law—in this instance, by causing insubordination in the armed forces—through his belief in or advocacy of this idea.”

24 States Borrow Money To Pay Unemployment Benefits over 9 million people working part-time whose hours will be lengthened before new hiring begins and you can see what a mess this is --- We are still losing jobs and we have a new crop of young people entering the ranks of the unemployed each year for the next ten years. That is unless the Treasury takes over the Federal Reserve.

Unemployment Worsens, Climbs In Nearly Half Of U.S. Metro Areas The jobless rate rose in 162 of the 372 metro areas tracked by the Labor Department. The rate was unchanged in 42 areas

Video: Carbon Cops THIS IS YOUR FUTURE LIFE IF THE GLOBAL WARMING CULT GETS ITS WAY! This is an Australian TV show. The Carbon Cops come to your house and change your life. They told them to give us the keys to your car. Then they said wee are going to limit you to 5 buckets of water. The program is voluntary for now but it tells you your future if we get a UN dictatorship.

A Downloadable Flyer Explaining Your Rights When Stopped or Confronted for Photography

In the thick of it: how the Digital Economy bill is trying to kill open Wi-Fi networks

European ISPs attack secret Acta copyright talks the document described a "repressive system" that would replace legislative debate with contractual arrangements between private parties.

All the President's Climategate Deniers The White House is clinging to the old eco-mantra: The science is settled. Never mind what The Atlantic's Clive Crook, after wading through the climate science e-mail files of the U.K.'s Climatic Research Unit at the University of East Anglia, called the overpowering "stink of intellectual corruption" -- combined with mafia-like suppression of dissent, suppression of evidence and methods, and "plain statistical incompetence" exposed by the document trove. The science is settled. -- Science czar John Holdren, who will testify on Capitol Hill this week at a hearing on Climategate, infamously hyped weather catastrophes and demographic disasters in the 1970s with his population control freak pals Paul and Anne Ehrlich

Arizona Maxes Out Line Of Credit In Two Weeks Flat

CNN: Missing Dobbs. Could things get any worse for CNN? Apparently, the answer is 'yes.' The pioneering and once dominant leader in cable news has been hemorrhaging viewers for some time and earlier this year suffered the indignity of slipping to last place among cable news networks, behind even its sister network Headline News. After Dobbs announced his resignation on air on Wednesday November 11, CNN suffered a 25% decline among all viewers in Dobbs' 7pm time slot, and a 26% decline among adults 25-54. Anderson Cooper is fading in the ratings.

Another Reason For CNN's Decline? CNN Spreads Detention Camp Disinfo CNN’s John Acosta says that the Federal government is not building detention camps around the country and that there is absolutely no proof of these kinds of activities. However, a highly controversial documentary released a couple of months ago offers the viewers almost 90 minutes of heart-stopping proof that plans for martial law and FEMA camps are indeed very real.

Stimulus is boon for D.C. area contractors Federal departments are paying firms to help spend the money

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