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This is Nazi Democracy NATO Style


Its an important video that need to be shown in Europe, even if its a very hard one.

Its this Libya hurra ?


By Naomi_Menelik Gariany| 1 video

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Erdogan with his Jewish classmate Rafael Sadi. They studied economics together.

Why has Turkey’s prime minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, helped the USA and Israel in their attacks on Syria and North Africa?

Why do ‘anti-Americans’ in Turkey hate Erdogan’s AKP political party?

Allegedly, Erdogan and his wife are crypto-Jews, secretly working for the New World Order.

According to Ergün Poyraz, in his book The Children of Moses:

1. Erdogan has spoken to the Anti-Defamation League and the American Jewish Committee.

The American Jewish Congress gave Erdogan a ‘profiles of courage award’.

2. The Erdogan family has Jewish roots.

Erdogan and friends.

Necmettin Erbakan, a former Prime Minister of Turkey, claims that Erdogan’s tough line on Israel is a façade to deceive the Turkish public. 

(Erbakan criticizes Israel, accuses Erdoğan of being part of Jewish plot.)

Erbakan says:

“Why on earth did Erdogan’s AK Party give a ‘go ahead’ to the membership of Israel in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and not block membership?

“Why did the Turkish government consent to multi-billion dollars worth of defense contracts with Israeli firms?

“Erdogan says ‘one-minute’ to Peres during Davos but conducts business as usual with the Jewish state. This is hypocrisy.”

Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan (Left) attends a CIA-Al-Qaeda meeting in Libya.

Reportedly, the CIA-Mossad wants its agents and assets to run each of the Moslem countries.

Reportedly, Turkey is the model.

Gulen and friend.

On 6 August 2011, The Economist reports on a Moslem who is friendly towards Israel (A hard act to follow).

This Moslem reportedly has links to heroin. (Funded by Heroin Via the CIA)

“These days the religious teacher who wields most influence over the Turks is Fethullah Gulen,” says The Economist.

In 2010, nine Turks, taking supplies to Gaza, were killed by Israeli commandos.

Gulen said it was partly the Turkish side’s fault: the flotilla should not have defied Israel.

Gulen lives in America and has been accused of having links to the CIA.

The Gulen movement “forms the apex of a huge conglomerate that includes NGOs, firms, newspapers and college dormitories in Turkey, plus schools across the world.”

Several journalists who have tried probing Gulen have found themselves prosecuted or jailed.

People who criticise the movement “can face nasty smear campaigns.”

Obama visiting a Gulen school in Washington.

On 29 June 2010, Paul Williams PhD wrote: “Gulen Movement Funded by Heroin Via the CIA …

According to paul Williams:

1. “Court records and the testimony of former government officials show that Fethullah Gulen, who presently resides in Pennsylvania, has amassed more than $25 billion in assets from the heroin route which runs from Afghanistan to Turkey.

2. “Sibel Edmonds, a former FBI translator, testified that the drug money has been channeled into Gulen’s coffers by the C.I.A.”

According to Sibel Edmonds: ‘A lot of the drugs were going to Belgium with NATO planes.

‘After that, they went to the UK, and a lot came to the US via military planes to distribution centers in Chicago, and Paterson, New Jersey.’

“Ms. Edmonds further said that Turkish diplomats, who would never be searched by airport officials, have come into the country ‘with suitcases of heroin.’

3. “According to Ms. Edmonds and other government witnesses,Gulen began to receive funding from the CIA in the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union when federal officials realized that the U.S. could not obtain control of the vast energy resources of the newly created Russian republics because of deep-seated suspicion of American motives.

“Turkey, the U.S. officials came to realize, could serve as a perfect ‘proxy’ since it was a NATO ally that shared the same language, culture, and religion as the other Central Asian countries…

The only way to provide Gulen with sufficient funds to topple Turkey’s secular regime and to conduct education jihad within the Russian republics came from the poppy fields of Afghanistan…

“The Obama administration has opted to turn a blind eye to Gulen and his mountain fortress in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania…

“In his native Turkey, Gulen’s vast fortune has been used to create the Justice and Democratic Party (Adalet ve Kalkinma, AKP), which has gained control of the government…

Abdullah Gul, Turkey’s first Islamist President, is a Gulen disciple along with Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and Yusuf Ziya Ozcan, the head of Turkey’s Council of Higher Education…

4. “Gulen has purchased newspapers, television networks, construction companies, universities, banks, utilities, technological outlets, pharmaceutics, and manufacturing firms throughout the country.

“In addition, he has established thousands of madrassahs (Islamic religious schools) throughout Central Asiawhere students are indoctrinated in the tenets of militant Islam…

5. “But the Gulen movement is not confined to Turkey and Central Asia.

“Eighty-five Gulen schools have been set up in the United States as charter academies funded by public funds.

6. “Is Gulen really affiliated with the CIA?

In support of his application for permanent residency status, Gulen obtained letters of support and endorsement, from Graham Fuller and other former CIA officials.

“His petition was also endorsed by former Under Secretary of State Marc Grossman, and former Ambassador to Turkey Morton Abramowitz.”



More here Uighur Nationalism, Turkey and the CIA

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Paul Inglefield is Head of Communications of Camden Council. Recently he wrote to Palestinian solidarity activist Gill Kaffash as follows:-Dear Ms Kaffash,

The Council has received a complaint about your name and details being placed on our website as the contact for the Palestine Solidarity Campaign [PSC]. The complaint is we should not be promoting you as the PSC contact because it is reported you support the Holocaust denial views held by Paul Eisen in an article dated January 2008. Clearly this is a sensitive matter because it may conflict with the Council’s equality policy so I want to give you the opportunity to comment on whether this article is correct or not before deciding what action, if any, the Council should take.

Reader may wonder what evidence Mr Inglefield has for Gill’s supposed views on some historical events. The answer is, that in a footnote in an article he wrote, Paul Eisen thanked Gill, among others, for her friendship and support. Anyway, Gill replied to Mr Inglefield asking him to explain exactly how what is complained of might contravene Camden Council’s equality policy. Mr Inglefield replied that

The council’s equality policy, …….sets out that we are committed to creating a socially inclusive and cohesive community within Camden. There are a number of ways which we aim to achieve this, such as by celebrating the diversity of our community and ensuring the communications we produce positively reflect and promote the diversity of our communities.

And goes on to say that

“Council is concerned your reported views on the Holocaust may conflict with the aims of this policy”. And that If you hold these views it could imply the Council somehow condones them by publishing your name as the PSC contact on our website. We do not consider such views, given the offence they cause, are conducive to our aim of promoting diversity and tolerance.

However, obviously concerned that Britain’s finest traditions of fair play are upheld Mr Inglefield goes on:

“… but I wanted to have your views and clarification as to your actual position before coming to a final decision.

And finally he offers Gill a way out.

“Obviously if you can confirm to me in writing that these are not your views, and take the necessary action to remove your name from the article, then we can reinstate you as the contact for the PSC.”

Oh, and from where did Paul Inglefield receive the complaint? Why, from award-winning Zionist neo-con blog Harry’s Place * of course.Now, apart from wondering what the exact connections are between Paul Inglefield, Camden Council and Zionist lobbyists such as Harry’s Place, residents may want to know:

How precisely do Gill Kaffash’s views on a particular period of history have any bearing on community inclusiveness and cohesion in Camden?

Why can Gill Kaffash or anyone else for that matter not hold whatever view they like on a piece of history without being subjected to harassment by local government officials?

How appropriate is it that a Council employee should take it upon himself to decide who the PSC may or may not have as their contact?

Does this mean that the well-established Zionist control of central government is now seeping down to local government?

When will all this disgraceful nonsense end?


The Wandering Who-A Study Of Jewish Identity Politics, available on



Ed-NoteBy Shoah:

* Harry’s Place : Is award winning Zio-Nazi propaganda Islamophobic  Project. See  Anthony Cooper Zio-Nazi propagand at




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Introduction by Gilad Atzmon: A few years ago  I saw a small extract of this film (The story of the Bund in Israel- film by Eran Torbiner). This week a bigger chunk of the documentary was left on youtube.

This is a film about the ‘Jews only’ socialist party- The Bund. In the documentary you can watch for yourself ‘young’ revolutionary Bundists in action. In spite of being ‘Socialists’ and ‘Internationalists’, they, for some reason, ended up living  in a ‘Jews only’ State in occupied Palestine at the expense of the Palestinians.

I guess that this may as well be, the real meaning of ‘Jewish socialism’- You sing the International in Yiddish on someone else’s land.

By the way, we do not have an access to the entire film,  but so far, I didn’t notice a single reference to Palestine, Palestinians their cause or plight.

Towards the end, Bundist Yaakov Belek speaks nostalgically about the pre war Bund in Poland (7:41). His words are an insight into Jewish progressive supremacy and exceptionalism. It is almost disturbing to watch and listen.  “The Bund was a unique Party” he says. “It wasn’t like any other party… it was an empireA bund member was a different kind of person. Maybe I am a patriot but this is how it was. For years we grew bigger and bigger. Before the beginning of WWII it was the largest party in Poland. We possessed* everythingWe had the youth, future, SKIP **, sport, so many schools, we were the new type, we were the new man

It seems to me, as if Belek himself fails to grasp that he is outlining the true meaning of Jewish Power, we are special, we are unique, we are an empire, the future and  we posses everything. I guess that AIPAC and CFI members are also blind to the potential danger entangled with their so-called ‘success’.


  For a full deconstruction of Jewish Identity Politics (Left, right and centre) The Wandering Who, available on  or

*GA: my translation from Hebrew

**GA: SKIP is a sociality youth movement

To read more about Tribal  ‘Marxism’ and progressive thought:



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Introduction to the IsraHell Lobby

The American ‘Foreign Policy’ Household Book

“You shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you mad” Aldous Huxley

The Council for The National Interest

The Israel Lobby is one of the most powerful and pervasive special interest groups in the United States. It began its activities many decades ago and played a major role in the creation of Israel.

It consists of a multitude of institutions, many of them extremely well-funded, that work to influence Congress, the Presidency, academia, the media, religious institutions, and the American public on behalf of Israel. It also includes influential individuals.

Below are a few examples.

AIPAC Policy Conference 2010


Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State, Former Presidential Candidate

Eric Cantor, Republican House Majoirty Leader

Steny Hoyer, Democratic House Minority Whip

AIPAC: The most prominent governmental lobbying organization is the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). Fortune Magazine typically rates this as the second most powerfully lobbying organization in the U.S. AIPAC frequently writes the legislation that members then introduce, and that extraordinarily large majorities of both parties then endorse.

AIEF: A subsidiary of AIPAC is the American Israel Education foundation (AIEF), which takes Congressional Representatives on all-expense-paid trips to Israel. In August 2011 they took 81 representatives on trips led by the leaders of both parties to Israel. (The legality of this is being challenged.)

WINEP: The Washington Institute for Near East Policy (WINEP) works to influence media coverage of Israel.

ADL:The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) regularly works to promote Israeli interests.Jewish Community Relations CouncilsJewish FederationsHillelsHadassahs (Click on each title to see an example), and similar organizations regularly promote Israeli interests in virtually every city in the United States.

Political Action Committees (PACs): There are numerous PACs around the money that raise money for candidates based on their stands on Israel. Almost all have deceptive names that hide their focus, and combined they raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for candidates. One of the best books on the topic reports “in 1988, Israel’s lobby had 78 PACs spending more than $5.5 million to bribe Congress to vote more aid for Israel. That was more than total contributions together of the two next largest special interests in the United States—the real estate lobby and the teamsters.” The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs reports on this topic frequently. To learn more see their list of pro-Israel PAC contributions to candidates in 2010.

The Emergency Committee for Israel: The Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz reports: “Washington observers may feel there is no obvious shortage of pro-Israel lobbyists in the city – but a group of leading American conservatives thinks otherwise and has set up a new campaign group to attack President Obama over his “anti-Israel” stance, U.S. website Politico reports.

Support for Israel drives all US policies — U.S. Ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro

The Emergency Committee for Israel presents a potent combination of Republican Party neoconservatives and Evangelical Christians. The new group’s board includes Weekly Standard Editor William Kristol and Gary Bauer, a former Republican presidential candidate who leads the group American Values, as well as Rachel Abrams, a conservative writer and activist.”

Influential pro-Israel Individuals: An example of such an individual is the current US Ambassador to Israel, Daniel Shapiro, who gave a speech in which he detailed his extremely close, life-long ties to Israel, concluding:

“… as a committed Jewish American, with deep roots in the American Jewish community and warm bonds of affection with Israel, I will have an opportunity to draw on those associations to help make the U.S.-Israel relationship, strong as it is, even stronger in the years ahead.”

He stated that “ensuring Israel’s future” drives all US policies.

Alison Weir, President of The Council for The National Interest on Al Jazeera discussing AIPAC during their annual policy conference


ABOUT CNI: The Council for the National Interest (CNI) is a 501 (c) 4 non-profit, non-partisan organization that advocates for Middle East policies that serve the national interest; that represent the highest values of our founders and our citizens; and that work to sustain a nation of honor, decency, security, and prosperity.

CNI seeks to encourage and promote a U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East that is consistent with American values, protects our national interests, and contributes to a just solution of the Arab-Israeli conflict. It is CNI’s goal to restore a political environment in America in which voters and their elected officials are free from the undue influence and pressure of foreign countries and their partisans.

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AIPAC: The Voice of America — Part 1: The Orange and the Pea

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Criminalizing Diplomacy: Fanning the Flames of the Iran War Option


How many times have we heard in recent weeks either outright threats to attack Iran mainly emanating fromIsrael or the more muted posture adopted by the United States that leaves ‘all options’ on the table including ‘the military option’? What has Iran done to justify this frantic war-mongering in a strategic region that is sorting out the contradictory effects of the long Arab Spring and is the contested site of energy geopolitics that has replaced territory and minerals as the core issue of world politics?

By Richard Falk

As a matter of historical context, it is worth observing that the Western military interventions of recent years, Iraqand Libya, were both in oil-producing countries, devastating the country to achieve regime change, which remains the central tenet of the neocon/Netanyahu vision for a reconfiguration of power in the Middle East. It follows that Iran remains the only oil producer in the region that refuses to play nicely with West, and has been sanctioned to some degree ever since it achieved an anti-Western regime change back in 1979. In this setting of pre-war hysteria—pouring the fuel of rumor and threat on the fire of belligerent diplomacy—I have no intention of discounting the grievances of those who bravely opposed the theocratic regime from within after the fraudulent elections of June 2009 in the shape of the repressed Green Movement, but it is beside the point in the present debate.

Why talk of oil if the war momentum is explicitly preoccupied with the alleged effort by Iran to obtain nuclear weapons? Let the facts speak for themselves. Where there is oil and an anti-Western government in power, recourse to the military option follows, or at least an insistence on sanctions that aim to be crippling and regime-changing. Just as in Iraq, the smokescreen in 2003 were its stockpile of weapons of mass destruction, and when that war justifying scenario was discredited, democracy and human rights abruptly took over as the strategic rationale.

Not to be overlooked, of course, was backroom Israeli pressures to destroy the Baghdad regime of Saddam Hussein, as well as the oil, involving both favorable access to the oil fields and some leverage over pricing. We all need to be reminded over and over again that Western prosperity rested on cheap oil, and its future prospects crucially depend on reliable supplies of oil at moderate prices. We need to be reminded because as Donald Rumsfeld once reassured the world, ‘America doesn’t do empire.’ Really! Concerns about oil security in the future are the real unacknowlegeable threats to the security of the West!

Such illicit interventionary diplomacy should be unmasked. For once we can look to Moscow for a benign clarification. The Russian Deputy Foreign Minister, Gennady Galitov, was quoted as follows: “The world community will see additional sanctions against Iran as an instrument of regime change in Tehran. We cannot accept this approach.” The plausibility of this interpretation is given further credibility by Iranian exile voices calling for targeting Iran’s central bank and currency with the avowed intention of bringing such hardship to the people of Iran as to mount destabilizing pressures from below on the Tehran government.

The leader of the Green Movement, Mir Hossein Mousavi, has repeatedly spoken against international sanctions, insisting that they hurt the people of Iran and strengthen the hold of the government on the population. The struggle for Iranian self-determination must be waged by the Iranian people, not their self-interested patrons from without. Such patrons heeded in the Iraq case, and recently influential in the Libyan case as well, contribute to a war making process that leaves their country in shambles. True, the West is at first ready, but not able, to pick up the pieces. The result is continuous unresolved violent conflict, acute and widespread human insecurity, followed by eventual abandonment of the post-war reconstructive commitment. Iraq is tragically illustrative.

As has been pointed out by some opponents of this war fever, Iran has not attacked another country in 200 years. As President Ahmadinejad recently informed Iranians in the city of Shahr-e Kord: “The Iranian nation is wise. It won’t build two bombs against the 20,000 you have.” The former heads of Israel’s Mossad, Meir Dagan and Efraim Halevy, confirm the view that Israel would not be seriously threatened even if it should turn out that Iran does come to possess a few nuclear weapons in the future. Their contention would be that such a nuclear capability would only pose a threat for Iran’s Sunni rivals, especially Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, as Israel would retain an overwhelming deterrent even without American backing.

Of course, it is true that the Western alliancedoes not want any regional developments to destabilize its regional friends, no matter how autocratic and repressive. So much for the supposed Western embrace of the democratizing spirit of the Arab Spring! For hypocritical William Hague, the pro-Israeli Foreign Secretary of Great Britain to say that Iran’s nuclear program is threatening ‘to undermine’ the Arab Spring by ‘bringing about a nuclear arms race in the Middle East of the risk of conflict’ is obviously to point his finger in the wrong direction. There are also murmurs in the background, perhaps to shift attention away from Israeli war-mongering, to the effect that the real danger associated with Iranian acquisition of nuclear weapons is that Turkey and Saudi Arabia would follow suit.

If these were the serious concerns of this kind there are other far better ways to proceed. Why is there no mention of Israel’s nuclear weapons arsenal, of Western unlawful assistance in helping Israel to cross the nuclear threshold covertly, of Israel being one of three important states in the world that has refused to become a party to the Nonproliferation Treaty, and of Israel’s refusal to discuss even the idea of a nuclear free zone in the Middle East that Iran has announced its readiness to join?

If oil is the foremost reality of which we must not speak, then Israeli nuclearism is a close second. We understand that the Obama presidency has been reduced to silence, but why are no regional and global voices speaking on behalf of nuclear sanity? Is Israel’s status as a nuclear weapons state as untouchable a feature of a dysfunctional system of global governance as the retention of Britain and France as two of five permanent members of the UN Security Council? Such sacred cows of an entrenched world order are dooming the 99% as much as the demons of Wall Street!

And then there is a third reality of this deepening crisis of which we are blinkered by a compliant media not to notice: the total disregard in the public policy debate of international law that prohibits all non-defensive uses of force, including threats to do so. This core norm of the UN Charter set forth in the language of Article 2(4), reinforced by the International Court of Justice in the Nicaragua case in 1986, was built into the idea of Crimes Against Peace that served as the basis for indicting and convicting surviving German and Japanese leaders at the Nuremberg and Tokyo trials after World War II.

There is not even a lawyerlike attempt to argue that Bush’s discredited doctrine of preemptive war applies to Iran, there is instead a presumed total irrelevance of international law to the policy debate. To discuss the military option as if not circumscribed by solemn legal commitments, while building the case that Iran is subject to attack because it has violated its NPT obligations as a state pledged not to acquire nuclear weapons, is double think emblazoned on the sky of hard power geopolitics. Accountability for the weak and vulnerable, discretion for the strong and mighty. It is this woeful message of street geopolitics that is being transmitted to the peoples of the world in this crisis-building moment.

There is one final point. If ever there was an argument for the acquisition of nuclear weapons by Iran, the diplomacy of Israel and the West has fashioned it in a strong form. After all Iran is being constantly threatened with attack by states for more powerful than itself, and although it possesses retaliatory capacity, it is vulnerable to devastating attacks from sea, air, and land. Can we imagine a better set of conditions for acquiring nuclear weapons so as to deter an attack? If deterrence legitimates nuclear weapons for the West, why not for Iran?

Would Iraq have been attacked in 2003 if it had a stockpile of nuclear weapons accompanied by delivery capacities? These questions point in two directions: the unacceptable two-tier structure of governance with respect to nuclear weaponry that the world has endured since the atomic bombs were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945 and the imperative urgency of rejecting nuclear hegemony and oligarchy, and moving toward a negotiated nuclear disarmament treaty. There is no morally and legally acceptable or politically viable alternative to the abolition of all nuclear weapons as a global policy priority of utmost urgency.

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Secret Operation Exposes Global Warming Fraud


Secret Geoengineering Operation Warms the Planet and Exposes Global Warming as Fraud on Humanity

by Harold Saive

Rosalind Peterson
Rosalind Peterson

This post is based mostly on a October 23, 2011 Presentation by Rosalind Peterson and Allan Buckmann at the Radio Liberty Seminar in Aptos, California.

To download the PowerPoint presentation and supporting documents  Click Here

Newly revealed US and UK Agenda on a “Global Geoengineering Governance”

“A Weather Modification program in progress for decades and before global warming was a recognized issue – is not a “TEST” – It’s a Policy”.  – H. Saive

In 2009, the United States House of Representatives Science & Technology Committee quietly agreed to work with the UK Parliament on Geoengineering programs.

The U.S. House Science and Technology Committee on Geoengineering is working with the UK Parliament onGlobal Geoengineering Governance which has released its 5th Report (printed by the House of Commons), on March 10, 2010

The Congressional Research Service released a report on Geoengineering for members of the U.S. Congress on August 16, 2010. The U.S. House Science & Technology Committee released their Final Geoengineering Report on October 27, 2010.

Despite the mammoth consequences to the health, safety and welfare of humanity, these formal agreements, UK Parliament hearings and U.S. House Committee Hearings during 2009-2010 were never televised on C-Span or covered in Corporate Media.   Read the reports here

Rosalind Peterson begins her presentation by asserting that the US military and civilian contractors are engaged in an un-controlled experiment where the earth’s atmosphere is being used as a climate physics laboratory without the knowledge and consent of the American people.

NASA, NOAA and climate scientists at Stanford University all agree that man-made clouds result in weather modification.

Occupy Chemtrail Pilots

Except for key members in Congress who are in a position to be influenced by military and corporate lobbyists who stand to profit, most members of Congress have little awareness that geoengineering is being sold in secret as a tool of Global Governance.

In 2001 schemes for cooling the atmosphere against alleged man-made global warming include  CO2 sequestration, space mirrors, solar umbrellas, sun shades, cloud-whitening with sulfur pollution, ocean iron fertilization, man-made algae blooms and Stratospheric Aerosol Geoengineering (SAG) using nano-sized, aluminum particles.

In 2010, The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) presented a session where SAG was presented as a geoengineering method of choice.  Geoengineer, David Keith was lead presenter where he made the case for high altitude release of aluminum particles from jet aircraft as the most effective and “affordable” method to mitigate Anthropomorphic Global Warming (AGW).

Keith’s AGW mitigation method also requires releases of water vapor from jet engines so that the aluminum particles remain at high altitude for long enough to be effective at re-radiating solar energy back into space before ultimately descending to earth – however this strategy reveals a gaping hole in logic.

Since the major greenhouse gas (GHG) in the earth’s atmosphere in water vapor, it would be disingenuous to assume – without rigorous testing – that adding more water vapor (GHG) to facilitate a mitigation strategy using aluminum particles could be effective.  What’s more – Stanford U. research already confirms that water vapor from jet aircraft engines is responsible for 20% to 30% of atmospheric warming.

To Contrast GHG’s:  Water vapor makes up 85% of GHG’s while CO2 is less than 0.04% or about ½ of 1/10 of 1 percent.

During presentations to members of the House committee, geoengineer actually admitted that these schemes were “risky” and could end up polluting water resources, and ruining crop soils. But in the end, geoengineering lobbyists spoke with Orwellian logic that geoengineering schemes might be necessary in order to save the Earth.  Furthermore, they insist that climate mitigation (an un-controlled experiment) must begin on a global scale because once we start, we’ll not be able to stop.

Jeremy Rifkin, Author of the Third Industrial Revolution is profound when he reminds us:  “The primary economy on the Earth is photosynthesis.”

What does it mean when geoengineers plan to deliberately prevent full sunlight from reaching people, crops, oceans and forests on the earth’s surface?

Why doesn’t it matter that millions of solar panels will lose charging capacity when the sky is covered with endless days of man-made clouds and atmospheric haze?

Why is Rickets (vitamin D deficiency) returning and on the rise as a bone softening disease and precursor to babies born with low IQ?   Vitamin tablets do not replace absorption of “Vitamin D” via natural exposure to sunlight.

Let’s be clear:  When geoengineers talk about climate mitigation, they are talking about the deliberate suppression of life-sustaining processes on planet earth. They are not planning to save you from anything.

Aerial Releases of Toxins Without Your Knowledge or Consent

EPA studies have confirmed that aerial releases from rocket and jet fuel emissions contain neurotoxins that among many things, can induce memory loss.

Official Weather Modification Programs Exist in 11 States West of the Mississippi.

NASA Studies confirm Jet contrails exacerbate Global Warming.

“Any change in global cloud cover may contribute to long-term changes in Earth’s climate.” — NASA Newsletter, 2005


The Bipartisan Policy Center goal to substitute the term “Climate Remediation” to replace “Geoengineering”.

11/10/2011 Bipartisan Policy Center Meeting Agenda for Geoengineering decision-makers  Here

Video of the meeting  Here

Geoengineering PPT adapted from 2009, David Keith  Here


ALAN BUCKMAN: Man-Made Climate Change in the Skies

Buckman worked as a biologist for California Fish and Game Commission for 38 years and has prior experience as a USAF weather observer.

Impressed with the phenomenon of Sudden Oak Death (SOD), Buckman also noticed a progression of plant death and general forest die-off involving many species.

Chemtrails, HAARP and Scalar Weapons


Normal weather patterns of predicable chaos have been interrupted by geoengineering most intensely since the mid-90’s. For example, apples require a freezing period to promote correct growth.  If nocturnal temperatures remain above 32 deg due to artificial cloud-cover, the entire crop will fail or suffer serious degradation.

Sick forests have been noticed all over North America and Canada. He suspects that erosion of the climate with geoengineering is tipping the health of many species to lower their resistance to fungus and beetles.

Buckman was involved in cleaning up lakes that had grown sick with toxic algae, also credited with emitting a neurotoxin.  He says public health complaints of lake residents diminished after his company succeeded in eliminating the algae.

He thinks “persistent contrails” is an oxymoron. Contrails, by definition, are a short-lived and transient phenomenon. Over the years, NASA has managed to re-define “contrails” to define an unnatural, therefor un-scientific event not found in nature.

Buckman points to The Air Force document “Owning the Weather in 2025” as a good clue to a geoengineering strategy that has nothing to do with Global Warming allegedly created by industrial age CO2 emissions.

A Weather Modification program in progress for decades and before global warming was a recognized issue – is not a “TEST” – It’s a Policy.

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We Brought Fukushima Disaster On Ourselves, Murakami Asserts


By Sherwood Ross

Terming Fukushima Japan’s “second massive nuclear disaster,” novelist Haruki Murakami said “this time no one dropped a bomb on us” but instead “we set the stage, we committed the crime with our own hands, we are destroying our own lands, and we are destroying our own lives.”

“While we are the victims, we are also the perpetrators. We must fix our eyes on this fact,” he continued. “If we fail to do so, we will inevitably repeat the same mistake again, somewhere else.”

Murakami, whose novels “Norwegian Wood” and “The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle,” among others, have given him a global following, made his comments in an interview with Evan Osnos which appears in the Oct. 17th issue of “The New Yorker” magazine.

Osnos writes about the Japanese response to the March 11th earthquake and the subsequent tidal waves that rocked the Fukushima Daichi Nuclear Power Station on Japan’s Pacific coast.

He quotes then Prime Minister Naoto Kan as saying that he felt “Japan was facing the possibility of a collapse.” Kan, 64, resigned last August amid widespread criticism that he had mishandled the Fukushima crisis.

As journalist Walter Brasch summarized in OpEdNews November 9th: “an earthquake measuring 9.0 on the Richter scale and the ensuing 50-foot high tsunami wave led to a meltdown of three of Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactors. Japan’s nuclear regulatory agency reported that 31 radioactive isotopes were released. In contrast, 16 radioactive isotopes were released from the A-bomb that hit Hiroshima Aug. 6, 1945. The agency also reported that radioactive cesium released was almost 170 times the amount of the A-bomb, and that the release of radioactive Iodine-131 and Strontium-90 was about two to three times the level of the A-bomb.”

The Fukushima tragedy caused the operators of most of the world’s 432 nuclear power plants to reassess their safety systems, or to suspend nuclear power generation entirely. Some countries, Osnos says, earlier had suspended nuclear ops as too dangerous following the April, 1986, meltdown at the Chernobyl power plant in the Ukraine.

Soviet officials attempted to conceal the meltdown but disclosure came when its wind-borne radioactive plume tripped a monitoring device in a nuclear plant north of Stockholm. Fukushima officials were far more candid last March but the areas they said needed to be evacuated were smaller than those U.S. officials told their nationals in Japan to quit.

One casualty of the Fukushima meltdown was candor: Prime Minister Kan’s spokesman Yukio Edano said, “Let me repeat that there is no radiation leak, nor will there be a leak.” Osnos writes, “After the tsunami, Tokyo Electric barred rank-and-file employees from speaking publicly, and the ban is still in effect.” He adds that a poll late in May showed that more than 80 per cent of the population “did not believe the government’s information about the nuclear crisis.”

“The Fukushima meltdowns scattered nuclear fallout over an area the size of Chicago,” Osnos continued, and government scientists estimated total radiation released on land was about a sixth as much as at Chernobyl. In a preliminary estimate, Frank von Hippel, a Princeton University physicist, said that roughly a thousand deadly cancers may result from the Fukushima meltdowns. Luckily, significant radioactive fallout allegedly did not reach Tokyo, the world’s largest metropolitan area with 35-million inhabitants. Some 80,000 Japanese living near the plant site were forced to evacuate their homes, though, converting some lovely villages into ghost towns.

Despite all this, Japanese politicians are not about to put an end to generating nuclear power in there country. Osnos writes, “The country would possibly close some of its oldest plants, but the rest—by one estimate, 36 of the 54 reactors—would endure.”

He quotes Economics Minister Kaoru Yosano as saying, “We thought that human beings—the Japanese—can control nuclear by our intelligence, by our reason. With this one accident, will that philosophy be discarded? I don’t think so.” He added that he expects China to build “a hundred or two hundred” nuclear power stations, concluding, “I hope our experience will be a good lesson for them.”

Maybe Fukushima will cause Japan’s nuclear owners to take warnings more seriously. Tokyo Electric in 2009 disregarded warnings by two seismologists that Fukushima Daiichi was acutely vulnerable to tsunamis. In addition, Tokyo Electric endangered the public by concealing more than half a dozen emergencies from government regulators. It had also “faked hundreds of repair records,” Osnos noted.

This pattern of deception on safety issues raises the question of how many “accidents” it will take before Japan reverses course on nuclear power. Also, aren’t those who suffer from radiation and who are driven from their homes entitled to compensation from Tokyo Electric? When a private firm with such an awesome responsibility for public health covers up emergencies and is unprepared for a disaster, isn’t it guilty of crimes against humanity?

Even absent earthquakes and tidal waves, nuclear plants pose an existential threat to humanity. Not only are vast amounts of fossil fuels burned to mine and refine the uranium for nuclear reactors, polluting the atmosphere, but nuclear plants are allowed “to emit hundreds of curies of radioactive gases and other radioactive elements into the environment every year,” Dr. Helen Caldicott, the antinuclear authority, points out in her book “Nuclear Power Is Not the Answer” (The New Press).

The thousands of tons of solid radioactive waste accumulating in the cooling pools next to those plants contain “extremely toxic elements that will inevitably pollute the environment and human food chains, a legacy that will lead to epidemics of cancer, leukemia, and genetic disease in populations living near nuclear power plants or radioactive waste facilities for many generations to come,” she writes. Countless Americans are already dead or dying as a result of our nuclear plants, a story not being effectively told.

Americans have been told there were no casualties as a result of the Three Mile Island (TMI) plant meltdown on March 28, 1979. Yet some 2,000 Harrisburg area residents settled sickness claims with operators’ General Public Utilities Corp. and Metropolitan Edison Co., the owners of TMI.

Their symptoms included nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, bleeding from the nose, a metallic taste in the mouth, hair loss, and red skin rash, typical of acute radiation sickness when people are exposed to whole-body doses of radiation around 100 rads, Caldicott said.

David Lochbaum, of the Union of Concerned Scientists, believes nuclear plant safety standards are lacking and before Fukushima predicted another nuclear catastrophe, stating, “It’s not if, but when.”

“The magnitude of the radiation generated in a nuclear power plant is almost beyond belief,” Caldicott writes. “The original uranium fuel that is subject to the fission process becomes 1 billion times more radioactive in the reactor core. A thousand-megawatt nuclear power plant contains as much long-lived radiation as that produced by the explosion of 1,000 Hiroshima-sized bombs.”

Each year, operators must remove a third of the radioactive fuel rods from their reactors because they have become contaminated with fission products. The rods are so hot they must be stored for 30 to 60 years in a heavily shielded building continuously cooled by air or water lest they burst into flame, and must afterwards be packed into a container. “Construction of these highly specialized containers uses as much energy as construction of the original reactor itself, which is 80 gigajoules per metric ton,” Caldicott says.

What’s a big construction project, though, when you don’t have to pay for it? In the 2005 Energy Bill, Congress allocated $13 billion in subsidies to the nuclear power industry. Between 1948 and 1998, the US government showered the industry with $70 billion of taxpayer dollars for research and development —–corporate Socialism if ever there was any.

Caldicott points out there are truly green and clean alternative energy sources to nuclear power. She refers to the American plains as “the Saudi Arabia of wind,” where readily available rural land in just several Dakota counties “could produce twice the amount of electricity that the United States currently consumes.”

If we do not grab hold of such green alternatives, we, like Japan, as Murakami warned, will “repeat the same mistake again.”

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Dennis Ross Fired Over IAEA Dud

“Dennis Ross”, Obama’s pro-Zionist former Middle East envoy and his current advisor.

Good riddance. If only 20 years too late.

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There is a hunch that the firing of Dennis Ross is one of the (well deserved) outcomes of the recent “nuclear Iran” IAEA report dud. The NYT writes:

Dennis B. Ross, a seasoned diplomat who has been one of President Obama’s most influential advisers on Iran, the Middle East peace process and the political upheaval in the Arab world, will leave the White House in December, a senior administration official said on Thursday.

Mr. Ross, who announced his departure at a lunch with Jewish leaders, told White House officials that he promised his wife he would leave the government after two years.

Yeah, right. The “more time for the family” excuse which is regularly used when people in the officialdom get fired. It never really passes the basic smell test.

A Middle East envoy to three presidents, Mr. Ross, 62, is known for his painstaking approach to diplomacy and longstanding ties to Israeli leaders, which made him an important interlocutor with Israel behind the scenes, but also stood in stark contrast to the bolder instincts and more distant approach of his boss.

“Painstaking approach” somehow fits. Ross was known as “Israel’s lawyer” and never minded any murder provided it was done to Israel’s favor.

That the Obama administration gave him a job was a sure sign that stupid and damaging moves in Israel’s favor would follow. As they did.

And here is the beef that gives me the hunch that this firing is related to the IAEA dud. As usual in Middle East issues the NYT buries the lead at the end of the story.

Mr. Ross was also involved in devising the administration’s pressure tactics against Iran, after Mr. Obama’s initial overtures fell flat. Tensions with Iran have risen in recent days because of a report by the International Atomic Energy Agency laying out evidence that Iran has continued to work on a nuclear weapon.

Russia, China: No new Iran sanctions

Tensions with Iran have not really risen. What has risen is international, especially Russian and Chinese, resistance against the confrontational strategy towards Iran which Dennis Ross had advised.

The recent IAEA report published under U.S. pressure, and which even former IAEA inspectors in good standing call “unprofessional, has widely missed the target the U.S. aimed at.

As the NYT writes “Mr. Ross was also involved in devising the administration’s pressure tactics against Iran”. He certainly was and the tactics he advised to follow FAILED.

Good riddance. If only 20 years too late.

Must read:

Blogger’s Nanodiamonds Analysis Starts to Kill The IAEA’s Case

Moon of Alabama | November 10, 2011


IAEA report is a dud, and ‘Moon of Alabama’ busted it wide open with “Nanodiamonds”

by annie on November 10, 2011

See also:
Dennis Ross announces he is leaving the Obama administration in December

By Philip Weiss on November 10, 2011

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Palestine Statehood Vote — Will they Seize this moment?


The UN vote is Today, Friday. News here is that Palestinians will not get enough votes to force US to use veto. UK and France will probably abstain, which is shameful.

by Debbie Menon

Once again politicians are about to jettison principle. Citizens-of-good-conscience have to act where governments-of-no-conscience turn their backs on such international injustice.

N Y TIMES J STREET AD — Will they ‘Seize this moment’ ?

With the United Nations vote on the question of Palestine statehood looming we asked some activists and frequent contributors to our site –  Stuart Littlewood, Jack JC,  Sami Jadallah, Tim King, and Anthony Lawson  — for the answers to four important questions.

 Stuart Littlewood

1.What are your thoughts on US/Israel’s spiteful reaction to Palestinians’ scoring even the smallest diplomatic victory (UNESCO)?

I hear UNESCO membership now gives Palestine the right to join the International Criminal Court simply by acceding to the Statute of Rome, in which case the ICC will have jurisdiction over Israelis committing war crimes on Palestinian soil. Furthermore – and I love this bit – all states party to the Rome Statute would be required to hand over indicted Israeli war criminals to the court at the Hague.

This means the UK government will have to stop sheltering its nasty Israeli friends. It scares the hell out of the strutting international gangsters and they are throwing a temper tantrum.

The UNESCO move was an important stepping stone on the road to justice in the Middle East and, hopefully, towards an end to crimes against humanity.

2.What should be other nations’ response to pressure to veto Palestinian full membership in the UN?

The international community should take the line that Israel has no superior entitlement. Palestine has equal right to membership and equal right to security. And Israel’s security can no longer be maintained at the Palestinians’ expense.

It is unacceptable that Israel, which continually treats the UN Charter with contempt and rides roughshod over international and humanitarian law, is still allowed to sit among the community of nations, benefiting from its co-operative programmes and remaining cocooned in a magic bubble of everlasting impunity.

The US Government’s subservience to Zionist interests is an insult to global intelligence and to the American people.  How can America command respect or ever become great again if it allows itself to be jerked around like this?

3.What must be done to guarantee that people are not denied their freedom in future?

The tentacles of Zionist influence must be purged from Western parliaments and other public bodies. Why underpin our democratic institutions with high-minded codes of conduct like the Seven Principles of Public Life (see ) if we allow the Israel lobby to trample those fundamental rules into the dust?

There must be severe consequences for those who abuse the public’s trust. It is up to civil society to set higher standards for conduct in public life and show zero tolerance. In Palestine, Mahmoud Abbas and the Palestinian Authority carry on “managing” the illegal occupation on behalf of Israel and the US, as if that’s a proper and honourable thing to do. The Palestinians’ “spring” will start only when they are kicked out.

And I agree, the UN needs a thorough overhaul – the present set-up is dysfunctional and ludicrous and an obstacle to justice and good sense. It has a long way to go if it is to convince anybody that its founding principles are still alive and kicking, and being implemented without fear or favour.

4. Palestinian Disunity

This problem remains as long as the physical separation of Gaza from the West Bank remains. Perpetual Palestinian disunity suits Israel just fine, which is why statehood must proceed. When the focus switches to the challenge of building their economy and competing in world trade we should see a coming-together.

Jack JC

1.What are your thoughts on US/Israel’s spiteful reaction to Palestinians’ scoring even the smallest diplomatic victory (UNESCO)?

Justice is not a universal concept, there are however some common threads in Human society.  One of the common threads is the perception that using superior muscle against a weaker opponent is dishonorable and unjust.

After working so hard so hard to keep the vote from happening at the UNSC level, then voting against and losing at UNESCO and cutting funding, the Israeli and US position exposes their ideological roots as unjust – not just at the superficial level but at one of the deep rooted concepts that is almost universally accepted across Human society.

2.What should be other nations’ response to pressure to veto Palestinian full membership in the UN?

Pressure comes in various guises, it could be ‘we’re going to bomb you back to the stone age’ or ‘here’s a trunk full of dollars and the keys to a retirement villa’, so this question is rather hard to answer.

I would suggest that the duty of a politician is to undertake actions that bring the greater good to the greater population.  In this case, by stopping Israeli expansion both the Israeli people and Palestinian people win, or in the case of the Palestinian lose less I suppose.  Politicians who fail to resist the pressure are failing in their duty.

3.What must be done to guarantee people are not denied their freedom in future?

A return to the rule of law at the UN must be undertaken and the UNSC should be disbanded in its’ current form – the UNSC membership should be elected.  Our planet is facing far more pressing problems than the profit margins of the permament members.

4. Palestinian disunity

This can only be addressed by giving Palestinian society time to adjust and find its’ roots.  The problem is that all the social and cultural fabric has been ripped apart for 70 years or more and only by giving time and opportunity will this heal.

So my advice would be to stand back, provide the opportunity, let their culture solve their problems in their manner – regardless of how messy it might look.  Remember that the ‘only democracy in the Middle East’ doesn’t even have a constitution defining it as a ‘democracy’ yet.

Sami Jadallah

1.What are your thoughts on US/Israel’s spiteful reaction to Palestinians’ scoring even the smallest diplomatic victory (UNESCO)?

It is persistent mistake for the Palestinians, for the Arabs, for the Muslim for the world community to believe the US is an honest third party broker… this is the problem and key issue.

In the United States, the Arab-Israeli conflict is not considered an “international conflict” it is a domestic issue governed by domestic politics and is hostage to the American Jewish leadership and community… here there is no distinction between Zionist and non-Zionist as such.

So, as long as the US is involved directly or indirectly there is NO hope of ever solving this conflict. The only possible way is to take it out of the US sphere and place the territory under an international mandate, a trusteeship… with the US having nothing to do with it… ( that is my next posting). The US policy is hostage to domestic mainly Congressional politics.

2.What should be other nations’ response to pressure to veto Palestinian full membership in the UN?

Again, here I think there should be a push by the international community to take the US out of the game. No country dares to stand up to the US power, however, they can work indirectly. Again, the issue for the Palestinians should be no membership, but ending the Jewish Occupation.

That is first priority…and the only way I see it is as a UN Trusteeship. Mahmoud Abbas can commit himself to negotiations till he is blue in the face and he and Saeb Erakat and the rest can pass this conflict to their third or even fourth generation and they will never be able to negotiate an end to the conflict with Israel.

No one seems to understand or pay attention to the Talmudic ideology and practice of Israel. They negotiated with G-d and won.

3.What must be done to guarantee people are not denied their freedom in future?

Of course again, the Arab-Israeli conflict is a domestic issue and no sitting US president dare to stand up to the American Jewish leadership and community. As such, the US will always exercise its veto power to protect Israel and of course to save the “ass” of the person sitting in the Oval Office. whether Democrat or Republican.

4. Palestinian Disunity

Of course disunity is troublesome. But both Fatah and Hamas are responsible here. Both are self serving and frankly do not represent the majority of Palestinians under Occupation or in the Diaspora. Perhaps the total support both have does not exceed 10% of the population.

The Palestinian people are hostage not only to the Jewish Occupation but to both Hamas and Fatah, which is a tragedy, and that is why I advocate an international trusteeship for an interim period of 5 years, to get rid of the choaking influence and power of both Fatah and Hamas.

Keep in mind, all activists on both sides are on the payroll and it is a question of who is paying. Too bad independents like Moustafa Bargouthi and Hanan Ashrawi are part of the system, in addition to most if not all heads of civil societies having a vested interest in the continued Jewish Occupation. They receive a ton of money from international donors to be active but to a limit.

Once they call for specific actions to defy the occupation such as civil disobedience, burning all Israeli issued ID cards, burning all Israeli issued VIP passes, setting up barricades at Israeli checkpoints, challenging Abbas and the PLO leadership, then all funding will stop and with that they too will lose a substantial income and influence.

As I said before, the continued Jewish Occupation is a bonanza for so many of these so called heads of civil societies in Occupied Palestine.

The Palestinian people are afflicted with a failed leadership for the last 100 years from the time of Hajj Amin Hussaini and his rival the Nashashibi family, there has been no clean smart dedicated leadership, dedicated to the cause and not to clans or self serving leaders,  in contrast to the Zionist leadership.

You never saw David BenGurion sending millions of dollars to his wife to live in Paris or Rabin having a billion dollar business like Abbas and his family. No Israeli leader became multi-millionaire while in government… like the Palestinian leadership. All of them without exception are multi millionaires and they made their money by being part of this leadership. Too bad for us.

Perhaps you should look up one of my posting on titled: what is wrong with the Palestinians. It is imperative to remember we are against a very tough take no prisoner ideology, that has the world as hostage… so the situation demands the bests and the brightest… we have had nothing but mediocre leadership at best to date.

Tim King

What are your thoughts on US/Israel’s spiteful reaction to Palestinians’ scoring even the smallest diplomatic victory (UNESCO)?

We all know that the ethnic cleansing of Palestine requires a certain type of conditioning of mind.  My fear is that Israel’s hasbara has taken the influential aspects of the population past the point of no return and no process exists to bring its leaders around in an amiable fashion.

As a human being I find Israel’s reaction embarrassing.  I can only sense an unwavering determination on Israel’s part, to keep demonizing this battered and divided population.  My thought is that we are seeing the actions of a shameless government void of ethics and morals without ability to regulate or manage its illegal tendencies.

What should be other nations’ response to the pressure to veto Palestinian full membership in the UN?

Of course nations should resist pressure from the United States and its corporate interests, and I believe responsible world governments should consider the collective action of removing the United States from positions of decision making; it is the U.S. that leads the influence over other western nations.

What must be done to guarantee that people are not denied their freedom in future?

The veto power granted to the United States must disappear as should all unrealistic rules and deals that clearly only benefit the U.S. under conditions that rarely benefit anyone else.  All war crime charges against the United States should be handled in war crime courts that traditionally exist, rather than special tribunals set up again, to benefit American interests.

Anthony Lawson

My Thoughts as requested

The only way to look at this issue is with hindsight.  Looking at the long list of failed “peace” negotiations; the continual and ongoing theft of Palestinian land; the blockade of Gaza and a hundred-thousand-and-one lesser but just as significant incidents, it is quite clear that Israel is not interested in peace with the Palestinians, nor with the Palestinians having anything to do with a future Israel or even having a separate Palestinian state.

Israel wants it all; its sights are set on hegemony From the Nile to the Euphrates and Beyond.  Anyone who thinks otherwise is either a fool or totally delusional.

If the United Nations does not do something positive for the Palestinians, and then uphold it with the same vigour that sanctions against Iran are upheld, there will follow a conflict that will end, one way or another, with the total demise of Israel, and the Israelis who survive will be left to work out how to put the blame on everyone else, but themselves.


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