Archive | June 27th, 2013

Russian Anti-Terror Troops Arrive in Syria



A Russian military unit has arrived in Syria, according to Russian news reports, a development that a United Nations Security Council source told ABC News was “a bomb” certain to have serious repercussions.

Russia, one of President Bashar al-Assad’s strongest allies despite international condemnation of the government’s violent crackdown on the country’s uprising, has repeatedly blocked the United Nations Security Council’s attempts to halt the violence, accusing the U.S. and its allies of trying to start another war.

Now the Russian Black Sea fleet’s Iman tanker has arrived in the Syrian port of Tartus on the Mediterranean Sea with an anti-terror squad from the Russian Marines aboard according to the Interfax news agency. The Assad government has insisted it is fighting a terrorist insurgency. The Russian news reports did not elaborate on the Russian troops’ mission in Syria or if they are expected to leave the port.

The presence of Russian troops in Syria could be a “pretty obvious” show of support to the regime, according to Russian security expert Mark Galeotti.

“No one thinks of the Russians as anything but Assad’s last friends,” said Galeotti, professor of global affairs at New York University.

The Iman replaced another Russian ship “which had been sent to Syria for demonstrating (sic) the Russian presence in the turbulent region and possible evacuation of Russian citizens,” the Black Sea Fleet told Interfax.

RIA Novosti, a news outlet with strong ties to the Kremlin, trumpeted the news in a banner headline that appeared only on its Arabic language website. The Russian embassy to the U.S. and to the U.N. had no comment, saying they have “no particular information on” the arrival of a Russian anti-terrorism squad to Syria.

Moscow has long enjoyed a cozy relationship with the Assad regime, to which it sells billions of dollars of weapons. In return Russia has maintained a Navy base at Tartus, which gives it access to the Mediterranean.

Last week Russia’s Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Russia had no plans to send troops to Syria.

“As for the question whether I consider it necessary to confront the United States in Syria and ensure our military presence there… in order to take part in military actions — no. I believe this would be against Russia’s national interests,” Lavrov told lawmakers, according to RIA Novosti. 

Russia’s Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov denied reports that Russian special forces were operating inside Syria. He did say, however, that there are Russian military and technical advisors in the country.

U.S. State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland said the U.S. government had not heard of the reports of Russian troops in Syria and declined to comment.

Posted in Russia, SyriaComments Off on Russian Anti-Terror Troops Arrive in Syria

End of Social Engineering

The tussle in 2001 between ex-President Sezer and ex-Prime Minister Ecevit, in other words two children of the republic, triggered a political and economic crisis that became the luck of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) and of Erdoğan.
Was it only chance? It was a miracle of social engineering. An only 15-month-old party came to the power by taking one third of the votes. The AKP was not a party but it was a “project”.
And engineering continued. To tear down the 1923 Republic (secular First Republic founded by the Kemalists) and to replace it with the construction of an Islamic model compatible with the US interests, the country needed to be funded with foreign capital.
Social Engineering is not too fond of fluctuations. “Increasing size of crowds also means increasing difficulty in controlling them”. For class struggle cannot be manipulated. Class struggle per se is the engine.
In the country there were two important massive dynamics. One of them was the reactionary-Islamist movement, which was already dragged to the power. The supporters of the AKP easily became the customary and state-sponsored fascist movement of Turkey.
The Kurdish movement also needed to become compatible with the system. PKK leader Öcalan’s imprisonment would have to be re-positioned in this framework, but it would take long time. The AKP would not have been able to step forward without purging the supporters of the First Republic in the power bloc. Still way to go… But a long distance was traversed and reached to a point that the Kurdish movement openly supported the AKP’s holding the power.
The potential of workers that always kept the ruling class in Turkey up at nights became extremely rotten throughout the processes influenced by the EU. Privatizations, subcontracting-flexibilization pruned away the organizational abilities of the workers’ movement. The charity system of the newly emerging religious system would give a hand to the poor.
Every person presumes that the other resembles to herself.
The leader and the political party of the project think of this struggle as a design and put it into practice. The leader and the political party of the project do not sense the reality of the opposing dynamics and focus on some conspiracy theories that could allegedly bear those dynamics. The leader and the political party of the project begin to be more and more artificial and finally become a hideous appendage as opposed to an organic part of the society and hence got to be parasitic. This is an engineering deviation that is far away from comprehending some factors, such as real life, society and human.
Remember the confrontation play that was staged two weeks ago in front of cameras in order to undermine the legitimacy of the Taksim resistance (Police was attacked by another group of police, which was in the costume of a leftist group throwing Molotov cocktails)
Remember Erdoğan’s return from Tunisia and his travel to the center of Ankara from the airport together with his “mobile” crowd and his rally attempts every once in a while on the road. Remember how the other rallies (organized by the AKP first in Ankara, then in Istanbul) turned into state-sponsored organizations and they used several tricks to multiply the crowd of the rallies.
Remember how lumpen, ignorant and ugly was what they have done so far in the name ideological struggle, how the grassroots of the AKP expressed their loyalty to the prime minister, how they poured stabbers into streets, how they could not stand the “standing man” (the man that stood in silence for six hours in Taksim to protest the murder of the three young protestors), how they tried to imitate the creative actions of the protestors, i.e. by giving books to the hands of the policemen in Taksim.
And finally the primary school play titled “evacuation of Taksim without tear gas”, which was staged last Saturday. Have you noticed how the police were overwhelmed when the real people forced them to hear their voices and they had to follow the people’s instructions? Other than tear gas and plastic bullets how could have they responded to the chants “Don’t betray the people. Sell pretzel but live in dignity”?
Of course there is always live-streams and reporters… Not only the AKP but also the media was a project. The reporters suppose that if they repeatedly say, “Taksim is getting much calmer in comparison to the previous broadcast… It is completely, perfectly and utterly calm now” the problem will get solved! Yet at that very moment there were 30-40 thousand people in Taksim Square and their way of communication is not fictitious as opposed to that of screens.
TayyipErdoğan, as a product of cutting edge technology, is resisting to the organic processes of the society with the means of social engineering. With the return of the masses to politics the methods of social engineering has run aground. Turkey has thrown up the Second Republic, the reactionary republic of the AKP.

Posted in TurkeyComments Off on End of Social Engineering

U.S. soldiers set to deploy to Egypt at a tense time


By Cheryl K. Chumley

The Washington Times

  • U.S. soldiers prepare for a deployment to Egypt while training at Fort Hood, Texas, June 2013. (

A group of U.S. soldiers are rocked and ready to deploy to Egypt for a 9-month peacekeeping mission.

More than 400 American troops will ultimately go, as part of the long-standing Multinational Force and Observers peacekeeping mission.

SEE RELATED: Egypt protesters, police clash at Morsi’s palace

Their assignment: To man posts and security checkpoints along the Sinai Peninsula. They’re also tasked with reporting violations of the peace treaty between Egypt and Israel.

Although they will be far from Cairo, where protests against the government have raised concerns in Israel, they have been trained to respond to any threats, including protests and riots, to the security ofIsrael or the peace agreement.

Part of their training included how to respond to Molotov cocktails.

The force is comprised of soldiers from 13 nations.

Their departure date isn’t yet fixed.

KCEN said they will leave in the near future. The troops trained for six months at Fort Hood and at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif., KDH reported.

Posted in EgyptComments Off on U.S. soldiers set to deploy to Egypt at a tense time

PCHR submits a report to the UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights and the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food



On Thursday, 20 June 2013, the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) submitted a report to the UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights, and the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food.

This submission was made following a request for further information in response to submissions made on 4 February 2012 – an individual complaint to the UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights on behalf of Ramadan Abdel Bari (51) – and on 15 October 2012 – an individual complaint to the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food on behalf of Youssef Abu Mghasib (40).

In this follow-up report, PCHR wishes to provide the UN Special Rapporteurs with an overview of the Israeli policies and practices severley affecting sources of livelihood in the Gaza Strip. It addresses the situation facing farmers, fishermen, factory workers, and their dependents. Besides presenting individual cases this report outlines how the different industries, which are the main sources of livelihood in Gaza, are affected by the unlawfully imposed travel and import restrictions, the ban on exports, and military unwarranted attacks carried out against civilians and their property. It is noted that these violations under international law take place in the context of many of other rights violations, including, but not limited to, an exclusion zone in the sea and Israel’s  closure of the Gaza Strip.

The closure, which constitutes a form of collective punishment of the civilians population, and is a violation of Article 33 of the Fourth Geneva Convention, can be regarded as a form of economic warfare waged against the civilians in Gaza. The closure has led to a protracted humanitarian crisis, which is partially compensated by international humanitarian aid. While the closure and unlawful military attacks continue, the Israeli legal system fails to hold accountable perpetrators of these international law violations. The failure of the Israeli legal system is outlined in the final chapter of this report


Report: Presented to the UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights and the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food

Posted in Palestine Affairs, Human RightsComments Off on PCHR submits a report to the UN Special Rapporteur on Extreme Poverty and Human Rights and the UN Special Rapporteur on the Right to Food

A stable Egypt is not in IsraHell’s interests

By: Motasem A Dalloul
'If the rumours are true, Israel is not only waiting for Morsi to lose an election but is also hard at work trying to undermine his government'‘If the rumours are true, Israel is not only waiting for Morsi to lose an election but is also hard at work trying to undermine his government’

Media reports in Israel suggest that the government there would be very happy to see the back of Egypt’s President Mohamed Morsi. One Israeli commentator on Arab issues told Israel Army Radio this week that it doesn’t take a genius to see that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is “looking to oust” Morsi. “His stand during Israel’s war on Gaza last November hurt Israeli pride,” added Jack Kochi.If Israel’s democratic credentials are genuine, you would think that it would be happy to see a fledgling democracy taking shape next door in Egypt, but you would be wrong, apparently. Morsi’s government came to power after the ousting of a regime which had long-protected Israel politically in the region, acting as a physical and metaphorical buffer. Egypt under Hosni Mubarak kept rigidly to the terms of the Camp David Accord peace treaty with Israel, maintaining political, cultural and economic relations while giving up the right to keep more than a very limited number of security forces in the Sinai Peninsula to the benefit of Israel’s security. Israel, of course, has a heavy military presence on its side of the fence as well as a string of well-placed collaborators across Egypt.

Luxurious holiday resorts in Egypt played host to thousands of Israeli tourists every year. Internal dissent about this was dealt with harshly by Mubarak’s henchmen.

Even though the democratically-elected government led by Morsi has promised to keep Camp David, the Israelis have bemoaned loudly and clearly the loss of their “strategic treasure” Mubarak.

If the rumours are true, Israel is not only waiting for Morsi to lose an election but is also hard at work trying to undermine his government. Democracy and its institutions mean little in this context because there is no guarantee that another Islamist government will not win an early election in Egypt, which the opposition groups are calling for. Democratic elections tend to bring out governments which represent the people and Israel knows very well that the majority of Egyptians resent the one-sided nature of Camp David, which was signed and imposed on them by an authoritarian regime. People of all political hues were in the mob which destroyed the Israeli Embassy in Cairo.

Thus, Israel recognises that any stable Egyptian government will sooner or later follow the popular mood of the people, who sympathise with the plight of the Palestinians at the hands of the Zionist state and have been calling since the January 25 Revolution for all relations with Tel Aviv to be cut. In fact, many of Egypt’s young revolutionaries said that cutting ties with Israel was a prime demand of the revolution itself. Israel’s former ambassador to Cairo, Eli Shaked, told the Israeli media in the wake of the “retirement” of the head of Egypt’s Supreme Military Council: “This [cutting ties with Israel] is actually the demand that is coming from the people in the street.”

This mood “on the street” reflects the fact that the “strategic ties” between Israel and Egypt have been “limited to government circles”, as veteran Israeli political analyst Gil Yaron put it. Israel, he added, feared the outcome of democratic change in Egypt because it could bring those ties to an end.

If the rumours are to be believed Israel is not only working to undermine President Morsi and his government but also to foment unrest on the streets of the capital and other major cities across Egypt. The aim, it is claimed, is to push Egypt’s generals into stepping in and re-imposing military rule. A Western-backed “state of emergency” would suit Israel very nicely because those in charge would have a free hand to suppress popular freedoms under the pretext that it is in the state’s interests to do so.

Israel’s Channel 2 television revealed recently that Netanyahu ordered members of his cabinet to express dissatisfaction over what is going on in Egypt. That move alone suggests that there is more to the rumours of Israeli dirty tricks at play on the streets of Cairo than anyone is prepared to admit. A stable Egypt is not in Israel’s interests, and it could be doing everything possible to ensure that those interests overrule Egyptian democracy.

– See more at:

Posted in ZIO-NAZI, EgyptComments Off on A stable Egypt is not in IsraHell’s interests

Glenn Beck: Shocking Video- THIS Is Who We Are Helping In Syria?! SHARE WITH EVERYONE!

From the June 17, 2013 edition of “Glenn Beck” on TheBlaze TV: WARNING- This video contains DISTURBING images. The Obama administration, along with PROGRESSIVE Republicans AND Democrats are OK providing assistance to the Syrian ‘rebels’…the same ‘rebels’ who have pledged allegiance to Al Qaeda and who cut the heart and liver out of their enemies and eat it.WE MUST NOT GET INVOLVED IN THIS WAR!SHARE THIS VIDEO WITH EVERYONE!

Posted in SyriaComments Off on Glenn Beck: Shocking Video- THIS Is Who We Are Helping In Syria?! SHARE WITH EVERYONE!

United Statement and Call for Action to OpposeU.S./NATO AND ISRAELI WAR ON SYRIA


No more wars – U.S. out of the Middle East!
National Days of Action, June 28 – July 17, 2013

Israeli air strikes on May 5 near Damascus
Israeli air strikes on May 5 near Damascus

The White House’s June 13th announcement that it would begin directly supplying arms to the opposition in Syria is a dramatic escalation of the U.S./NATO war against that country. Thousands of U.S. troops and intelligence personnel are training opposition forces and coordinating operations in Turkey and Jordan. Israel, the recipient of more than $3 billion annually in U.S. military aid, has carried out heavy bombing raids against Syria. The Pentagon has developed plans for a “no-fly” zone over Syria, threatening a new U.S. air war.

The pretext for this escalation is the assertion, presented without any actual evidence, that the Syrian government has used chemical weapons in the conflict that has been raging for more than two years. Like their predecessors, President Obama and other top U.S. officials pretend to be concerned about “democracy” and “human rights” in Syria, but their closest allies in the campaign against Syria are police-state, absolute monarchies like Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

Just as the false claim of “weapons of mass destruction” was used as justification for the invasion and occupation of Iraq in 2003, the allegations that chemical weapons were used by the Syrian military is meant to mask the real motives of Washington and its allies. Their aim is to carry out “regime change,” as part of the drive to create a “new Middle East.”

The invasion of Iraq in 2003, the U.S.-backed Israeli war in Lebanon in 2006, the 2011 NATO bombing of Libya, the now-escalating war in Syria and the growing threats against Iran are part of a coordinated regional effort by the United States, Britain and France to dominate this oil-rich and strategic region.

The U.S. government cuts basic services and has eliminated hundreds of thousands of public sector workers jobs in the last three years in the name of  a discredited austerity which has destroyed the economy, but has unlimited billions available for wars of aggression and NSA surveillance of almost every American.

We join together to call for National Days of Action, June 28 – July 17, 2013, to demand:

  • Stop the U.S./NATO/Israeli war and forms of intervention against Syria!
  • Self-determination free from outside intervention for the Syrian people!
  • Fund people’s needs, not the military!
  • U.S. Out of the Middle East!
Endorse the National Days of Action List a demonstration in your city


  • ANSWER Coalition (Act Now to Stop War & End Racism)
  • United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC)
  • United for Peace and Justice (UFPJ)
  • Arab Americans for Peace
  • Arab Americans for Syria – AA4S
  • Veterans For Peace
  • World Can’t Wait
  • Syrian American Forum
  • International Coalition to Free the Angola 3
  • Alliance for a Just and Lasting Peace in the Philippines
  • March Forward!
  • KmB Pro-People Youth
  • Green Party of the United States
  • CRI-Panafricain
  • AF3IRM
  • All-African People’s Revolutionary Party (GC)
  • Revival of Panafricanism Forum
  • Ugnayan (Linking the Children of the Motherland)
  • Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL)
  • Socialist Action
  • Pakistan USA Freedom Forum
  • Freedom Road Socialist Organization
  • U.S. Peace Council
  • U.S. Palestinian Community Network (USPCN)
  • International Action Center
  • May 1 Workers and Immigrant Rights Coalition
  • Honduras Resistencia USA
  • The Green Shadow Cabinet
  • SI Solidarity with Iran
  • Iran Working Group VFP
  • Global Network Against Nuclear Power in Space
  • Ramsey Clark, former U.S. attorney general
  • Akbar Muhammad, International Representative, Nation of Islam
  • Heidi Boghosian, Executive Director, National Lawyers Guild
  • Ardeshir Ommani, President, American Iranian Friendship Committee (AIFC)
  • Jill Stein and Cheri Honkala, candidates, Green Party
  • Prof. Jared Ball, radio host
  • Margaret Kimberley, Black Agenda Report (organization for identification purpose only)
  • Margaret Flowers & Kevin Zeese, PopularResistance
  • Glen Ford, Black Agenda Report (organization for identification purpose only)
  • David Swanson, RootsAction
  • Sami Ramadani, journalist and scholar
  • Jim Lafferty, Executive Director, National Lawyers Guild/Los Angeles
  • Nada Khader, WESPAC
  • Ron Jacobs, journalist
  • Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival
  • Peoples Video Network
  • LEF Foundation
  • Community Futures Collective
  • Bob Carter, Justice for Palestinians, Houston (organization for identification purpose only)
  • ANAKBAYAN Los Angeles and San Diego
  • Sabah Jawad, Iraqi Democrats Against Occupation
  • Southern California Immigration Coalition (SCIC)
  • Kevin Akin, California State Chair, Peace and Freedom Party
  • Puerto Rican Alliance-LA
  • Habi Arts
  • Stop the War Machine, New Mexico
  • Union of Progressive Iranians
  • West County Toxics Coalition, Richmond, Calif.
  • The Dream Team 2013, RI
  • Teach Peace Foundation, Sacramento, Calif.
  • Los Angeles Peace Council
  • Maine Code Pink
  • RI Peoples Assembly
  • Peace and Freedom Party, Santa Cruz County
  • RI SOS Save Our Schools Coalition
  • RI Unemployed Council
  • Coalition to Stop $30 Billion to Israel
  • Eugene E Ruyle, Peace and Freedom Party
  • School of the Americas Watch – LA (SOA Watch-LA)

Posted in USA, CampaignsComments Off on United Statement and Call for Action to OpposeU.S./NATO AND ISRAELI WAR ON SYRIA


Operation Riptide was formed as a measure to combat adults who frequent children’s chatrooms and attempt to engage children in sexually explicit dialogue among other things. The project is intended to expose individuals who (based upon their internet activities) we feel pose a significant threat to the emotional and physical well-being of children. During the time in which we were posing as minors, our decoy profiles were aged from 7-13 years old. Click here to view a complete list of the individuals profiled to date.

Dennis Calkins


Dennis Calkins


Calkins frequents kids chatrooms, approaching what he believes to be minors with the same copy and paste line inviting them to a meet with Calkins personally for some “adult fun.” Despite our decoy profile being only 11 years old, Calkins insisted upon her becoming his “girlfriend.”

Online accounts and last known whereabouts

Name: Dennis J. Calkins

Location: St. Paul, Minnesota, United States

Mailing address: Hamline University-Box 0151, 1536 Hewitt Avenue, St. Paul, Minnesota, 55104-1284

Phone: 218-256-8173

Date of birth: (27 approximately)

Last known occupation: Dennis Calkins Roofing and Carpentry



Alias: MnGuy, Dencalk

OkCupid –

Meetup –

Excerpts from chat logs:

MnGuy: hi there, i know your young but i would like to ask you a question. I hope it does not offend you as that is not my goal. If we live close by would you like to meet up tonight (or this week) for some adult fun?

MnGuy: are you into like kinky stuff?
lindsay11: sure dennis
MnGuy: we talked before?
lindsay11: yea
MnGuy: sorr to bug you if we have.., when was this?
lindsay11: a week ago
lindsay11: you said u were into aristotle and stuff
MnGuy: ohh, ok. Aristotles great, hows it been? what was your asl?
lindsay11: 11f
lindsay11: in texas
MnGuy: ok what was your name? i dont remember, how did you recall mine?
MnGuy: is it your screen name or is that not it?
lindsay11: because ur name was Mn Guy before
MnGuy: ohh im suprised you recall our talk, did we chat for long?
lindsay11: ya
MnGuy: anything fun?
MnGuy: hello?
MnGuy: you still here?
lindsay11: ya sry
MnGuy: care to chat again for a while?
lindsay11: ok sure
lindsay11: weren’t u looking for me as a gf before?
MnGuy: i think we might have talked abot that
lindsay11: yaa u dont mind im 11?
MnGuy: i like that honestly
lindsay11: oh really cool!
MnGuy: really?
MnGuy: ok so youll be my girlfriend?
MnGuy: ?
lindsay11: sure
MnGuy: ok a hehehe hi hunny

im notim not, i mean i liek younger girls but never been with one
your age and up :)

that ok to you?
ya, it make me feel ok chatting with you
no she to little dont you think

i mean i like to do stuff with girls that i dont thhink she could do…
:$ im kinky…lol and very dirty… lol you sure you want ot know?
well i love blowjobs, always have. but latly ive got the idea that i dont just want to do them anymore. i want to use a little girls thoat like i would a pussy..
i would want her to gag, and take my co ck all the way.
8 up
really, can i see you? :)

seems to be lots of girsl who, at some lvl think thats hot, really hot.
y not?
ya it is, but its the kinda thing where you wouldnt want it, but you would (if you liked it) have an orgasm anyhow
well, are you both good looking?

its the climax of sex. feels really good
is she was not your sis, would she be hot? If he was not your bro would you date him?
ya, but thatts just it. do you like the idea of a man just touching and using you as he wishes?
for both of you?
then, so long as you both agree, and when she starts having periods that your safe, why not at least trade oral?


WATCH OUT: Adults who frequent children’s chatrooms and attempt to engage children in sexually explicit dialogue among other things

Operation Riptide was formed as a measure to combat adults who frequent children’s chatrooms and attempt to engage children in sexually explicit dialogue among other things. The project is intended to expose individuals who (based upon their internet activities) we feel pose a significant threat to the emotional and physical well-being of children. During the time in which we were posing as minors, our decoy profiles were aged from 7-13 years old. Click here to view a complete list of the individuals profiled to date.

Douglas Lenseth


Douglas Lenseth


Lenseth frequents childrens chatrooms where he approachs minors and attempts to coerece them into engaging him in sexual conversations on the telephone. Lenseth claims that he “likes fucking 10 year olds,” among other things. The transcript from his chats were some of the worst we have encountered to date.

It’s important to note that Lenseth is also a school teacher and comes into contact with children on a regular basis.

Online accounts and last known whereabouts

Name: Douglas William Lenseth AKA Doug Lenseth

Date of birth: 1986 (approximately 26)

Location: 148 Springer Road, West Sand Lake, New York, United States, 12196

Occupation: Teacher at Averill Park Central School District and Youth Director for Kindergarten to 7th Grade

Phone: 518-674-2016 (home)

Phone: 518-788-8082 (cell)





MySpace –

LinkedIn –

Facebook –

Facebook –

Wikispaces –

Related Media:

FOX23 News –

Excerpts from chat logs:

you like older guys?
i am 266

what would you like to talk about?
what attracts you to older guys?
i would enjoy that very much
have you had sex before?
how do you know you like it?
i see
what do you mean by that?
i would prefer to put in your pussy
why do you want my phone number?
we can talk on here, can’t we?
how do you know so much about sex at 7 or 8 years old?


is that alright?
so you’re sexy?
can you prove it to me?

why not?
do you have any pictureS?
what attracts you to older guys?
is it sexual?

what am i doing?
it is against the law for a 17 year old to look for a younger girlfriend?
learn english you stupid bitch
and leave me the fuck alone
go kill yourself
i am not doing anything illegal
so shut the fuck up
you will tracing me?
apparently you need to learn english too
you and your daughter can you use the same gun to kill yourselfs
i am assuming you have a gun



i love sex
are you 11?
are you 11?








what’s up?
i m 26
how does that sound?
not much
a little drunk actually
i bet you look so sexy

i wish i could have seen
got any pics?
i see
i am sorry

what do you want to talk about?
not for me
the first couple of times, it may hurt for a little for the girl
it depends on how big the guy is
i would just find a guy you trust and do it with them
do you masturbate’
with anything or just your fingers?
well i know that
do you put anything in your vagina?
nothing at all
that is prefectly normal

go fuck yourself faggot
not a faggot
like you
no thanks
but go ahead if you want to
you fucking faggot
with what?
your faggot grandfather
go suck a cock
and put it in your asshole
then fucking do it
don;t talk to me about it]
you fucking faggot

okay wit h that if you are?
united states
nothing wrong with that
are you still sexy?
i am good
you like sex?
just wondering?
is t6hat alright?
what do you want to talk about?
is that why you are talking to me?
why do you like older guys?
like older guys?
they know what they are doing as far as what?
oh ok
just to let you know, i like doing more than just kissing
that is ok
yes i have
it feeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelws great
for girls, it is not good the first one or two times, but it gets better after that
did you like it?
sex will be better
trust me
sex is great
i feels so good
do you masturbate?
i like fucking 10 year olds
u know what that is?
you like that?
what isit?
come on, sex is great
what is it?
sex is great
want me to teach you?
can i teach you over the phone?
i am from ny
my number is 15187888082
i don’t even know what that i

Posted in CampaignsComments Off on WATCH OUT: Adults who frequent children’s chatrooms and attempt to engage children in sexually explicit dialogue among other things



Posted on by 




PRISM and Rise of a New Fascism in US
Post Categories: Head Stories
John Pilger | Tuesday, June 25, 2013, 14:45 Beijing


In his book Propaganda, published in 1928, Edward Bernays wrote: “The conscious and intelligent manipulation of the organised habits and opinions of the masses is an important element in democratic society.

“Those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country.”

The American nephew of Sigmund Freud, Bernays invented the term “public relations” as a euphemism for state propaganda. He warned that an enduring threat to the invisible government was the truth-teller and an enlightened public.

In 1971, the whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg leaked US government files known as the Pentagon Papers, which showed that the invasion of Vietnam was based on systematic lying. Four years later, Frank Church conducted sensational hearings in the Senate: one of the last flickers of American democracy. These laid bare the extent of the invisible government: the domestic spying and subversion and warmongering by intelligence and “security” agencies and the backing they received from big business and the media, both conservative and liberal.

Speaking about the National Security Agency (NSA), Senator Church said: “I know the capacity that there is to make tyranny total in America, and we must see to it that this agency and all agencies that possess this technology operate within the law . . . so that we never cross over that abyss. That is the abyss from which there is no return.”

On 11 June, following the revelations in the Guardian by the NSA contractor Edward Snowden, Ellsberg wrote that the US had now fallen into “that abyss”.

Snowden’s revelation that Washington has used Google, Facebook, Apple and other giants of consumer technology to spy on almost everyone is further evidence of a modern form of fascism. Having nurtured oldfashioned fascists around the world – from Latin America to Africa and Indonesia – the genie has risen at home. Understanding this is as important as understanding the criminal abuse of technology.


Fred Branfman, who exposed the “secret” destruction of tiny Laos by the US air force in the 1960s and 1970s, provides an answer to those who still wonder how a liberal African-American president, a professor of constitutional law, can command such lawlessness. “Under Mr Obama, America is still far from being a classic police-state . . .” he wrote. “But no president has done more to create the infrastructure for a possible future police state.” Why? Because Obama understands that his role is not to indulge those who voted for him but to expand “the most powerful institution in the history of the world, one that has killed, wounded or made homeless well over 20 million human beings, mostly civilians, since 1962”.

In the new American cyberpower, only the revolving doors have changed. The director of Google Ideas, Jared Cohen, was an adviser to Condoleezza Rice, the former secretary of state in the Bush administration who lied that Saddam Hussein could attack the US with nuclear weapons. Cohen and Google’s executive chairman, Eric Schmidt – they met in the ruins of Iraq – have co-authored a book, The New Digital Age, endorsed as visionary by the former CIA director Michael Hayden and the war criminals Henry Kissinger and Tony Blair. The authors make no mention of the Prism spying programme, revealed by Snowden, that provides the NSA with access to all of us who use Google.

Control and dominance are the two words that make sense of this. These are exercised by political, economic and military design, of which mass surveillance is an essential part, but also by insinuating propaganda into the public consciousness. This was Edward Bernays’s point. His two most successful PR campaigns convinced Americans that they should go to war in 1917 and persuaded women to smoke in public; cigarettes were “torches of freedom” that would hasten women’s liberation.


It is in popular culture that the fraudulent “ideal” of America as morally superior, a “leader of the free world”, has been most effective. Yet even during Hollywood’s most jingoistic periods there were exceptional films, such as those of the exiled Stanley Kubrick, and adventurous European films would find US distributors. These days there is no Kubrick, noStrangelove, and the US market is almost closed to foreign films.

When I showed my own film The War on Democracy to a major, liberal-minded US distributor, I was handed a laundry list of changes, to “ensure the movie is acceptable”. His memorable sop to me was: “OK, maybe we could drop in Sean Penn as narrator. Would that satisfy you?” Kathryn Bigelow’s torture-apologising Zero Dark Thirty and, this year, Alex Gibney’s We Steal Secrets, a cinematic hatchet job on Julian Assange, were made with generous backing by Universal Studios, whose parent company until recently was General Electric. GE manufactures weapons, components for fighter aircraft and advanced surveillance technology. The company also has lucrative interests in “liberated” Iraq.

The power of truth-tellers such as Bradley Manning, Julian Assange and Edward Snowden is that they dispel a whole mythology carefully constructed by the corporate cinema and the corporate media. WikiLeaks is especially dangerous because it provides truthtellers with a means to get the truth out. This was achieved by Collateral Damage, the cockpit video of a US Apache helicopter allegedly leaked by Manning. The impact of this one video marked Manning and Assange for state vengeance. Here were US airmen murdering journalists and maiming children in a Baghdad street, clearly enjoying it, and describing their atrocity as “nice”. Yet, in one vital sense, they did not get away with it; for we are all witnesses now, and the rest is up to us.

John Pilger’s film on Australia, Utopia, will be released in the autumn.

Tags: government PRISM public society US





The Rise and Fall of Friendly Fascsim p1 Looking at the present, I see a more probable future: a new despotism creeping slowly across America. Faceless oligarchs sit at command posts of a corporate-government complex that has been slowly evolving over many decades. In efforts to enlarge their own powers and privileges, they are willing to have others suffer the intended or unintended consequences of their institutional or personal greed. For Americans, these consequences include chronic inflation, recurring recession, open and hidden unemployment, the poisoning of air, water, soil and bodies, and, more important, the subversion of our constitution. More broadly, consequences include widespread intervention in international politics through economic manipulation, covert action, or military invasion…

I see at present members of the Establishment or people on its fringes who, in the name of Americanism, betray the interests of most Americans by fomenting militarism, applauding rat-race individualism, protecting undeserved privilege, or stirring up nationalistic and ethnic hatreds. I see pretended patriots who desecrate the American flag by waving it while waiving the law.

In this present, many highly intelligent people look with but one eye and see only one part of the emerging Leviathan. From the right, we are warned against the danger of state capitalism or state socialism, in which Big Business is dominated by Big Government. From the left, we hear that the future danger (or present reality) is monopoly capitalism, with finance capitalists dominating the state.

I am prepared to offer a cheer and a half for each view; together, they make enough sense for a full three cheers. Big Business and Big Government have been learning how to live in bed together and despite arguments between them, enjoy the cohabitation. Who may be on top at any particular moment is a minor matter-and in any case can be determined only by those with privileged access to a well-positioned keyhole. I am uneasy with those who still adhere strictly to President Eisenhower’s warning in his farewell address against the potential for the disastrous rise of power in the hands of the military-industrial complex.

Nearly two decades later, it should be clear to the opponents of militarism that the military-industrial complex does not walk alone. It has many partners: the nuclear-power complex, the technology-science complex, the energy-auto-highway complex, the banking-investment-housing complex, the city-planning-development-land-speculation complex, the agribusiness complex, the communications complex, and the enormous tangle of public bureaucracies and universities whose overt and secret services provide the foregoing with financial sustenance and a nurturing environment. Equally important, the emerging Big Business-Big Government partnership has a global reach. It is rooted in colossal transnational corporations and complexes that help knit together a “Free World” on which the sun never sets. These are elements of the new despotism.

A few years ago a fine political scientist, Kenneth Dolbeare, conducted a series of in-depth interviews totaling twenty to twenty-five hours per person. He found that most respondents were deeply afraid of some future despotism. “The most striking thing about inquiring into expectations for the future,” he reported, “is the rapidity with which the concept of fascism (with or without the label) enters the conversation.” But not all knowledge serves the cause of freedom… the tendency is to suppress fears of the future, just as most people have learned to repress fears of a nuclear holocaust. It is easier to repress well-justified fears than to control the dangers giving rise to them. p3

In 1935 Sinclair Lewis wrote a popular novel in which a racist, anti-Semitic, flag-waving, army-backed demagogue wins the 1936 presidential election and proceeds to establish an Americanized version of Nazi Germany. The title, It Can’t Happen Here, was a tongue-in-cheek warning that it might. But the “it” Lewis referred to is unlikely to happen again any place. Even in today’s Germany, Italy or Japan, a modern-style corporate state or society would be far different from the old regimes of Hitler, Mussolini, and the Japanese oligarchs. Anyone looking for black shirts, mass parties, or men on horseback will miss the telltale clues of creeping fascism.

In any First World country of advanced capitalism, the new fascism will be colored by national and cultural heritage, ethnic and religious composition, formal political structure, and geopolitical environment. The Japanese or German versions would be quite different from the Italian variety-and still more different from the British, French, Belgian, Dutch, Australian, Canadian, or Israeli versions.

In America, it would be supermodern and multi-ethnic-as American as Madison Avenue, executive luncheons, credit cards, and apple pie. It would be fascism with a smile. As a warning against its cosmetic facade, subtle manipulation, and velvet gloves, I call it friendly fascism. What scares me most is its subtle appeal.

I am worried by those who fail to remember-or have never learned -that Big Business-Big Government partnerships, backed up by other elements, were the central facts behind the power structures of old fascism in the days of Mussolini, Hitler, and the Japanese empire builders. I am worried by those who quibble about labels. Some of my friends seem transfixed by the idea that if it is fascism, it must appear in the classic, unfriendly form of their youth. “Why, oh why,” they retrospectively moan, “didn’t people see what was happening during the 1920s and the 1930s?” But in their own blindness they are willing to use the terms invented by the fascist ideologists, “corporate state” or “corporatism,” but not fascism.

I am upset with those who prefer to remain spectators until it may be too late. I am shocked by those who seem to believe in Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s words of 1940-that “there is no fighting the wave of the future” and all you can do is “leap with it.” I am appalled by those who stiffly maintain that nothing can be done until things get worse or the system has been changed. I am afraid of inaction. I am afraid of those who will heed no warnings and who wait for some revelation, research, or technology to offer a perfect solution. I am afraid of those who do not see that some of the best in America has been the product of promises and that the promises of the past are not enough for the future. I am dismayed by those who will not hope, who will not commit themselves to something larger than themselves, of those who are afraid of true democracy or even its pursuit. p5″


Our pseudo-democratic governments are in reality fascist:

“Fascism should more properly be called corporatism since it is the merger of state and corporate power.”–Benito Mussolini

We’re not a democracy. It’s a terrible misunderstanding and a slander to the idea of democracy to call us that. In reality, we’re a plutocracy: a government by the wealthy.” —–Ramsey Clark, former U.S. Attorney General

But that’s the whole point of corporatism: to try and remove the public from making decisions over their own fate, to limit the public arena, to control opinion, to make sure that the fundamental decisions that determine how the world is going to be run —which include production, commerce, distribution, thought, social policy, foreign policy, everything—are not in the hands of the public, but rather in the hands of highly concentrated private power. In effect, tyranny unaccountable to the public.— Professor Noam Chomsky, interviewed in Corporate Watch

“As political theorist Michael Parenti points out, historians often overlook Fascism’s economic agenda–the partnership between Big Capital and Big Government–in their analysis of its authoritarian social program. Indeed, according to Bertram Gross in his startlingly prescient Friendly Fascism (1980), it is possible to achieve fascist goals within an ostensibly democratic society.”—Richard Heinberg

“It is weakness rather than wickedness which renders men unfit to be trusted with unlimited power.” — John Adams, 1788

“If a nation expects to be ignorant and free, it expects what never was and never will be. “Thomas Jefferson

“There is one safeguard known generally to the wise, which is an advantage and security to all, but especially to democracies as against despots. What is it? Distrust.” — Demosthenes: Philippic 2, sect. 24

“What the government is good at is collecting taxes, taking away your freedoms and killing people. It’s not good at much else.” — Tom Clancy on Kudlow and Cramer 9/2/03

“It’s important to realize that whenever you give power to politicians or bureaucrats, it will be used for what they want, not for what you want.”– Harry Browne

“Just because you do not take an interest in politics doesn’t mean politics won’t take an interest in you.” — Pericles, 430 B.C.

“Give government the weapons to fight your enemy and it will use them against you.” — Harry Browne

“Give a good man great powers and crooks grab his job.” — Rick Gaber

“Overload the police with victimless crimes and other minutiae and eventually only creeps and bullies remain cops.” — Rick Gaber

“Power draws the corrupted; absolute power would draw the absolutely corrupted.” — Colin Barth

“The more corrupt the state, the more numerous the laws.” — Tacitus, Roman senator and historian (A.D. c.56-c.115)

“The more prohibitions there are, the poorer the people will be. The more laws are promulgated, the more thieves and bandits there will be.” — Lao-tzu, The Tao Te Ching (believed written in China, 6th century BC).
“An oppressive government is much worse than a man-eating tiger.” — Kong Fu-Dzuh (“Confucious”)

“A moderate is either someone who has no moral code of his own, or if he does, then he’s someone who doesn’t have the guts to take sides between good and evil.” — Rick Gaber

“Intellect annuls Fate. So far as a man thinks, he is free….The revelation of Thought takes man out of servitude into freedom.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson, “Fate”

“Democracy is defended in 3 stages. Ballot Box, Jury Box, Cartridge Box.” — Ambrose Bierce

“Socialism, like the ancient ideas from which it springs, confuses the distinction between government and society. As a result of this, every time we object to a thing being done by government, the socialists conclude that we object to its being done at all.” –Frederic Bastiat, ca. 1837

“The State is the coldest of all cold monsters, and coldly it tells lies, and this lie drones on from its mouth: ‘I, the State, am the people’.” — Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus spoke Zarathustra, 1883

“People constantly speak of ‘the government’ doing this or that, as they might speak of God doing it. But the government is really nothing but a group of men, and usually they are very inferior men.” — H.L. Mencken
“Government, when it is examined, turns out to be nothing more nor less than a group of fallible men with the political force to act as though they were infallible.” — Robert LeFevre, in his essay, Aggression is Wrong

“Crime does not pay … as well as politics. ” –Alfred E. Newman

Democracy is when two wolves and a sheep vote on what they will have for lunch.

“Politics is a means of preventing people from taking part in what properly concerns them.” Paul Valery (1871-1945)

“When we give government the power to make medical decisions for us, we, in essence, accept that the state owns our bodies.” ~U.S. Representative Ron Paul

“…somebody has to take governments’ place, and business seems to me to be a logical entity to do it.” – David Rockefeller – Newsweek International, Feb 1 1999.

“Government is big business, with the face of democracy.”–Jim West

“President George Bush held a WashinGton dinner…for 2,000 of his closest friends…(it) was sponsored by the tobacco and oil industries. But the big bash was the one given by Vice President Dick Cheney….The guests were lobbyists for the nuclear power, natural gas and oil industries.”–Toby Moore (Daily Express 24 May 2001)

“Government is actually the worst failure of civilized man. There has never been a really good one, and even those that are most tolerable are arbitrary, cruel, grasping, and unintelligent. –H. L. Mencken

“Every decent man is ashamed of the government he lives under.” -H. L. Mencken

“It is hard to imagine a more stupid or more dangerous way of making decisions than by putting those decisions in the hands of people who pay no price for being wrong.” –Thomas Sowell

“…the world is governed by very different personages to what is imagined by those who are not themselves behind the scenes.” – Benjamin Disraeli (1801-1884) Prime Minister of Britain

“The Establishment decided Thatcher’s ideas were safer with a strong Blair government than with a weak Major government. We are given all these personalities to choose between to disguise the fact that the policies are the same.”–Tony Benn (Sunday Times Oct 6, 2002)

“The planet is being controlled, to an alarming extent, by elites, or, as I call them, cartels. There are many cartels, but 7 are the most powerful. They evolve, they learn from one another, they both compete and cooperate. Unfortunately, the trend is more towards cooperation. These 7 cartels represent the following areas: GOVERNMENT, MILITARY, INTELLIGENCE, ENERGY, MONEY, MEDIA, AND MEDICAL…..I came to this map of cartels through my own research on the medical monopoly. That’s where it started, in 1986. .. Once you understand these cartel elites, you can begin to separate out information into loose layers of importance, as in, which layer of the control game are we talking about? Because it’s all about layers. And at most layers, the players are forwarding agendas which they do not realize fit into higher and more destructive agendas.”–Jon Rappoport

“The constitution has broken down. We have no enemies except the ones we select and direct towards the nearest nuclear bombs. They need an enemy to provoke, a diversion. This is the mentality of tenth-rate people who are in politics because corporate America likes them. They are malleable. They give them contracts to build missile shields that will never work. It’s deeply corrupt.”–Gore Vidal (Observer magazine 12 Aug 2001)

“The State is the coldest of all cold monsters.” [Nietzche]

While the State exists, there can be no freedom. When there is freedom there will be no State. Lenin, “State and Revolution”, 1919

“Believe nothing until it has been officially denied.”–Claud Cockburn

“The art of government is the organisation of idolatry.”–George Bernard Shaw.

“Democracy allows mediocrity to rise to the top.”

“He knows nothing; and he thinks he knows everything. That points clearly to a political career.”–George Bernard Shaw.

“A government which robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend on the support of Paul. — George Bernard Shaw (1944)

“Democracy is the theory that the common people know what they want, and deserve to get it good and hard.”–HL Mencken.

“During times of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.” – George Orwell

“Every great advance in natural knowledge has involved the absolute rejection of authority.”–TH Huxley.

“Power does not corrupt men; fools, however, if they get into a position of power, corrupt power.”–George Bernard Shaw.

“The minority is sometimes right; the majority always wrong.”—-George Bernard Shaw.


Shoah’s pages