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Say’s it ALL pt2

By Patrick Van Roy On February 13th, 2015 at 11:55 am

Krauthammer’s analysis of the interview below with Jen Psaki of the State Dept.  Both these interviews are important. I hope you take the time to watch them.

Say’s it ALL

By Patrick Van Roy On February 13th, 2015 at 11:52 am

This interview shows the Obama Administrations COMPLETE FAILURE in the Middle East. This is an embarrassment and a disaster. Obama’s praised example of what he called in September the shining success of his policies. Yemen…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrol_7lAxqE

UN: THE SYRIANS REBELS USED SARIN GAS

By Pete Moore On May 6th, 2013 at 3:20 pm

Well there’s a turn up for the books. Carla Del Ponte, UN Human Rights commissioner, says that testimony from casualties of Syria’s civil war and medical staff indicate that rebel forces have used the nerve agent sarin.

“Our investigators have been in neighboring countries interviewing victims, doctors and field hospitals and, according to their report of last week which I have seen, there are strong, concrete suspicions but not yet incontrovertible proof of the use of sarin gas, from the way the victims were treated. This was use on the part of the opposition, the rebels, not by the government authorities.”

Last week it was Israel and the US hopping about because Damascus had apparently used sarin. McCain and Graham demanded war, Cameron was outraged according to script, and all agreed that “a red line has been crossed”.

Daniel McAdams has a few pertinent questions. Among them, what if our friends in Syria have “crossed the red line” instead of the bogeyman in Damascus? And where did they get chemical weapons from? Come to think of it, what if people on our goverment payrolls have colluded in this red line being breached by supplying the chemicals weapons, say from Libya, via Turkey?

MASSIVE EXPLOSIONS IN DAMASCUS

By Pete Moore On May 5th, 2013 at 9:10 am

It seems that Israel launched a major attack attack on installations around Damascus last night. It would be the second Israeli attack this week.  There’s no confirmation yet, but not many actors in the region have the hardware to do this sort of thing –

You’d think Assad would normally respond, but he’s fully engaged in a war as it is. Presumably he doesn’t have spare forces to send over the Golan Heights. And what does Israel gain by aiding thousands of allahu akbars? There are plenty of insurgents fighting to take over Syria who would not make great neighbours for Israel.

TAXI FOR ASSAD

By Pete Moore On June 6th, 2012 at 5:00 pm

When the most powerful and vicious organised crime racket on the planet gives you a big job that you’d better not mess up, this is what your face looks like.

That’s Bassma Kodmani, head of the mysterious Syrian National Council, coming out of this year’s Bilderberg meeting the other day in Virginia. It’s the SNC which sprang up in Turkey with the Syrian uprising and which has been co-ordinating the Syrian opposition. The Guardian tells us who Kodmani is:

She looks a sad little puppet. I’d have thought she’d look happier, having had the hawks of Bilderberg cluck around her for the weekend, planning her new country. It’s no wonder they’ve taken Bassma under their wing. After all, she spent seven years at the Ford Foundation. She’s “one of them”.

Oh right. The Ford Foundation then, a CIA front group (the one where – coincidentally – Obama’s mother worked for Timothy Geithner’s father). So that’s what she is. We’ve noted previously that Assad is toast, then on the occasion of H. Clinton announcing that some powerful opposition force would arise “somewhere, somehow” and that they will “find the means to defend themselves as well as begin offensive measures.”

Gosh, that’s some crystal ball she’s packing.

President Hussein

By Patrick Van Roy On May 19th, 2011 at 10:55 pm

The Terrorist Sympathizer in Chief today removed any doubt that he is a betrayer of American Standards, a Betrayer of American Allies, and willing to support terrorism, rather than the security of the United States, and her Allies.

In his Speech on Mideast Policy today President Hussein showed his allegiance to the enemies of the United States, and her Allies. He started with this:

That story of self-determination began six months ago in Tunisia.  On December 17th, a young vendor named Mohammed Bouazizi was devastated when a police officer confiscated his cart.  This was not unique.  It’s the same kind of humiliation that takes place every day in many parts of the world -– the relentless tyranny of governments that deny their citizens dignity.  Only this time, something different happened.  After local officials refused to hear his complaints, this young man, who had never been particularly active in politics, went to the headquarters of the provincial government, doused himself in fuel, and lit himself on fire.

In this statement he glorifies the act of martyrdom. He elevated self immolation to the equality of the actions of “the defiance of those patriots in Boston who refused to pay taxes to a King, or the dignity of Rosa Parks as she sat courageously in her seat.” In doing so he is giving the Green Light to Martyrdom as a Noble act for righteousness.

Never mind that he has wrongly interpreted the fires burning in the Middle East as a cry for Democracy rather than the organized turmoil financed, backed, and supported by Iran to create the chaos that it is. He has emboldened the act of Martyrdom.

He shows what can no longer be labeled as ignorance, or naivete, but as a willing betrayer of the beliefs and wishes of the American people. With this statement:

The United States supports a set of universal rights.  And these rights include free speech, the freedom of peaceful assembly, the freedom of religion, equality for men and women under the rule of law, and the right to choose your own leaders  -– whether you live in Baghdad or Damascus, Sanaa or Tehran.

He say’s this as Christians are attacked and killed in Egypt, as Israel is attacked on a daily basis, and as women are beat down and forced into submission.  He said this:

Let’s remember that the first peaceful protests in the region were in the streets of Tehran, where the government brutalized women and men, and threw innocent people into jail.  We still hear the chants echo from the rooftops of Tehran.  The image of a young woman dying in the streets is still seared in our memory.  And we will continue to insist that the Iranian people deserve their universal rights, and a government that does not smother their aspirations.

Yet when those events took place he was silent. Now he proposes to take American Taxpayer money to fund the very nations that wish, and are plotting our destruction:

First, we’ve asked the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund to present a plan at next week’s G8 summit for what needs to be done to stabilize and modernize the economies of Tunisia and Egypt.  Together, we must help them recover from the disruptions of their democratic upheaval, and support the governments that will be elected later this year.  And we are urging other countries to help Egypt and Tunisia meet its near-term financial needs.

Second, we do not want a democratic Egypt to be saddled by the debts of its past.  So we will relieve a democratic Egypt of up to $1 billion in debt, and work with our Egyptian partners to invest these resources to foster growth and entrepreneurship.  We will help Egypt regain access to markets by guaranteeing $1 billion in borrowing that is needed to finance infrastructure and job creation.  And we will help newly democratic governments recover assets that were stolen.

Third, we’re working with Congress to create Enterprise Funds to invest in Tunisia and Egypt.  And these will be modeled on funds that supported the transitions in Eastern Europe after the fall of the Berlin Wall.  OPIC will soon launch a $2 billion facility to support private investment across the region.  And we will work with the allies to refocus the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development so that it provides the same support for democratic transitions and economic modernization in the Middle East and North Africa as it has in Europe.

Basically giving $4 Billion Dollars to nations that are plotting and carrying out acts of terror against the U.S. and it’s allies. Now the final betrayal to both an Allie and a country under siege from all sides. He had this to say:

So while the core issues of the conflict must be negotiated, the basis of those negotiations is clear:  a viable Palestine, a secure Israel.  The United States believes that negotiations should result in two states, with permanent Palestinian borders with Israel, Jordan, and Egypt, and permanent Israeli borders with Palestine.  We believe the borders of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines with mutually agreed swaps, so that secure and recognized borders are established for both states.  The Palestinian people must have the right to govern themselves, and reach their full potential, in a sovereign and contiguous state.

He backs the terrorist position to put Israel back into the vulnerable position it was in when every Arab nation aligned itself to destroy Israel in 1967. This is the equivalent of siding with Germany when it was bombing England in WWII, just as the Arabs randomly bomb Israel today.

President Hussein does not speak for the American people, nor does he speak for Congress. This plan to fund our enemies and betray our Allie was not shared with anyone. In fact when it was leaked yesterday that this was what he was going to say, the White House Press Secretary vehemently denied it.

President Husseins actions today are a betrayal of not only our only real Allie, but of the American people, and a further demonstration of his inability to do his primary job, Protect the United States and her interests.

Is he really this stupid, or an active traitor, purposefully destroying our security as he has done with our economic system? I believe both are deliberate.

…and then stir vigorously!

By Mike Cunningham On March 23rd, 2011 at 6:36 pm

I was going to write about the famous Pearl Roundabout, and how the Bahreini King had it knocked down because it was a focal point for protests, but instead found another site which intrigues me greatly.

It begins with a link to a New York Times op-ed piece which  is in itself revealing of the possible origins of the Bahreini revolution, but the truly dynamite content is the photos from Google Earth; whereby a young Shia man, crammed into a shack along with 17 other members of his family can look up the Island of Bahrein, and see for himself how land is distributed between the rulers, and the ruled. Follow the photos, and see the wealth as it is displayed in the palaces, the pools, the reclaimed land, and the fantastic standard of living for the favoured 20%. Which 20% would that be? Oh, that would be the Sunni King of Bahrein, the Prime Minister Khalifa, and all the generals, the officers, the imported mercenaries. They are the ones sitting in the sun, and the Shia are sitting in the shite!

Oh, and I forgot one small detail, the PDF file was compiled after the Bahrein Government blocked Google Earth from their Island paradise!

I have no great fondness for the Iranians, but when they say that there is a great imbalance in how the Shia are treated in places like Bahrein, you know, they have a point!

But to return to the New York op-ed piece, he thinks that all the unrest in the Arab World, and Bahrein in particular, springs partly from one man; and that man is Barack Hussein Obama, and I reckon he just might have a point as well!

 

X-posted from Fire, Pillage & Plague

 

This is not the first or last time I’ll say this….

By Patrick Van Roy On March 21st, 2011 at 3:07 am

Good God are we INSANE?  Why are we bombing Ghadafi, by helping the opposition we are aiding Iran. We are witnessing the formation of the Caliphate we don’t need to help it along. Let the animals kill each other, it’ll be just less we have to fight in the long run.

Well it’s time as Thompson would say to whip together a few raw facts, some ole negro wisdom, and put this tale out for all to gape at.  There seems to be a continuing clash of the sane against the insane, earther against spacer, greenie against techie, and the all history encompassing Moore against Christian.

We do live in interesting times, someone find that china man and shoot him. We are witnessing the formation of one Caliphate in the Middle East, they actually believe it is the end times and whether you call him the Mahdi, the 12th Imam or the Muslim Jesus they believe he is here, and he is on their side. Right, Wrong, whether you believe or not they DO, and they are sitting on a source of power to give them the ability to screw with everyone.

So what should we do, kill them all? We could, I mean shit that’s what they want to do to us. Do unto others before they do unto us, that’s what Bush said, but we don’t have the stomach for that, nor should we. So what to do?

There is no replacement for oil our whole world is made from it. Look around you. Don’t even count gasoline, just think can you live without plastic? I doubt it. Everything we use in our daily lives is made out of oil. Forget Medicine, Surgery, food containment, etc etc. There is no replacement for oil and the byproducts that we make from it. At least not yet maybe in the next hundred years someone will find something, but they haven’t yet.

The U.S. spends a minimum of $400 Billion a year on Middle Eastern oil. WHY? Because some little enviro weenie can save an owl, or a whale. Screw them, drill baby, drill. If you believe in peak oil (which I don’t) the U.S. has enough of it’s own oil for at least 200 years. Look at what man has accomplished in the last 100, if you believe we couldn’t top that in the next 100, ye have little faith, let alone little sense.

Hell we have plenty enough to keep the U.S. and the British Isles swimming in both oil and coal. Let the EU buy from Russia, except the French those bastards have been short sheeting every deal to control the machinery that goes to the Persian bastards make them deal with them.

We can not allow the enemy to dictate the terms of our economies, which is exactly what we are doing by buying from the Arabs. It is time to cut them off. We are going to have to fight these bastards sooner or later no matter what we do. Why keep giving them money, spend that $400 Billion here and we’ll not just produce oil but it will spur our internal economy back to life. And after all what’s good for America is good for the world.

Drill Here, Drill Now, and screw everyone else.

Who Says Obama Can’t Show Due Respect?

By ATWadmin On April 3rd, 2009 at 9:33 am

THAT’S Her Britannic Majesty’s problem, she’s just not absolute

You see she’s merely a Constitutional Monarch, subervient to the Law and the embodiment of her Subjects. For this the nation she governs is acknowledged as friendly, her Washington Embassy has returned the gift of a bust of one of her most admired former Prime Ministers and – oh, you can have an iPod. Sorry, was I meant to nod just then?

But respect, real respect, bowing, scraping, fawning respect – you have to be the absolute ruler of a vicious and corrupt Wahhabist state that chops up criminals to get that from the American President –

The question is, where does respect stop and deference begin? 

Such a mensch, Sarkozy

By ATWadmin On December 11th, 2007 at 2:41 pm

Nuclear deal signed as Sarkozy hosts Kadhafi


During Kadhafi’s highest-profile foreign trip to Paris, an historic deal has been signed between the two countries
France announced plans to sell nuclear reactors to Libya as well as 10 billion euros of trade deals, as President Nicolas Sarkozy welcomed Libyan leader Moamer Kadhafi on Monday for a five-day visit.
Kadhafi arrived earlier in Paris on his highest-profile foreign trip since his return to international respectability four years ago, which has drawn protests from French rights groups and the government’s own rights minister.
Travelling with a delegation of several hundred people Kadhafi — who last visited the French capital in 1973 — was driven in a white limousine from the airport straight to a meeting with Sarkozy.
Later at the Elysee Palace, the two countries announced the nuclear cooperation accord and some 3.2 billion euros (4.7 billion dollars) of contracts for European planemaker Airbus — for 21 aircraft purchased by Libyan Airlines and Afriqiyah Airways.
Paris and Tripoli agreed to work together to develop the “peaceful use of nuclear energy“, including “the supply of one or more nuclear reactors for the desalinisation of sea water” and uranium exploration and exploitation.
The accord follows a memorandum signed in Tripoli in July during a visit by Sarkozy, immediately after Libya agreed to release six Bulgarian medics jailed on charges of infecting children with HIV/AIDS.
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Read it all at Expatica

Adolph Eichmann is laughing his ass off.

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