Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Obama Declares Syria A National Emergency And Outlaws Reporting On Rebels - David Icke Website

Obama Declares Syria A National Emergency And Outlaws Reporting On Rebels - David Icke Website: 'President Obama issues a constitution trampling executive order declaring Syria a national emergency and outlaws reporting on terrorist rebel activities.

In perhaps the most unconstitutional power grab by the Obama administration to date the constitutional rights of Freedom of Press and Freedom of speech have now been suspended under the false premise that the “human rights violations” in Syria and Iran constitute as “national emergency”.

Perhaps even more laughable than the claim that the conflict in Syria is somehow a national emergency is the fact that the executive order directly states that excuse being used to target Iran is human rights violations are alleged to have occurred in 1981, over 31 years ago, which were supposed to have occurred when the US funded the Iraqi’s to invade Iran and was trying to instigate a revolution within Iran much like they are doing in Syria right now.'

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Meridor: Iran never called to wipe out Israel | Citizens for Legitimate Government

Meridor: Iran never called to wipe out Israel | Citizens for Legitimate Government: Meridor: Iran never called to wipe out Israel --Deputy PM admits Ahmadinejad was misquoted, never said Israel must be wiped off the map 17 Apr 2012 Minister of Intelligence and Atomic Energy Dan Meridor told Al Jazeera that Iran never vowed to "wipe Israel off the map," as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has repeatedly claimed. Speaking to the Arab network, Meridor, who also serves as deputy PM, said Iran's leaders "all come basically ideologically, religiously with the statement that Israel is an unnatural creature, it will not survive." In 2005 Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying that Israel should be "wiped off the map," but it was later revealed that the translation of his remarks, published by media outlets around the world, was incorrect. Ahmadinejad was actually quoting the leader of the 1979 Islamic revolution: "The Imam said this regime occupying Jerusalem must vanish from the page of time."

Syria: UN Working With NATO to Provide Pretext for Intervention - BlackListedNews.com

SYRIA: UN Working With NATO to Provide Pretext for Intervention - BlackListedNews.com: Source: Tony Cartalucci

Recently reported in Reuters', "UN seeks Syria nod for major aid operation," the UN is seeking to bring in "aid workers" and open offices all across Syria in order to carry out what they call a "major humanitarian operation."

Syria has criticized certain nations of what is clearly the "politicizing of humanitarian aid." Fortune 500-funded US policy think-tank, Brookings Institution has openly stated that US foreign policy would best be served by taking advantage of "gaining humanitarian access" allowing the West to "add further coercive action to its efforts" to topple the Syrian government. Specifically, Brookings foresees gaining such access may lead to establishing "safe-havens and humanitarian corridors" protected by NATO military forces, in yet another example of the "mission creep" that led to regime change in Libya. Such "creep" would give proxy militant forces unassailable positions to continue their campaign of violence against the Syrian people...

Prison Planet.com � Suicide riddle of weapons expert who worked with David Kelly

Prison Planet.com � Suicide riddle of weapons expert who worked with David Kelly

Updated List of Dead Scientists

Dead Scientists

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Activist Post: NATO's Slow Genocide in Libya: Syria is Next

Activist Post: NATO's Slow Genocide in Libya: Syria is Next:
What the world has to look forward to if NATO and the UN gets its way in Syria.

Tony Cartalucci, Contributor
Activist Post

While Qatari government propaganda outlet Al Jazeera is busy whitewashing the NATO-led terrorist take-over of Libya with "documentaries" like "Gaddafi: The Endgame - State of Denial," depicting the evisceration of one of Africa's most developed nation-states as a pro-democracy revolution yielding a promising tomorrow - Libya in reality has been plunged into perpetual violence, destabilization, and division. And as militants battle each other while carving the once unified Libya into a myriad of fiefdoms, genocidal death squads continue a campaign of extermination nationwide...

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Russia Says Outside Forces Threaten Syrian Cease-Fire - NYTimes.com

Russia Says Outside Forces Threaten Syrian Cease-Fire - NYTimes.com:
A day after United Nations monitors arrived in Syria, Russia said on Tuesday that a fragile cease-fire was under threat from “external forces” supporting anti-government fighters and that activist reports of attacks by Syrian forces were a response, Russian news agencies reported.

Speaking ahead of a meeting with an opposition delegation in Moscow, the Russian foreign minister, Sergey V. Lavrov, said the cease-fire, brokered by a special envoy, Kofi Annan, had provided a lull in more than 13 months of violence, but that it was being undermined by anti-government fighters with assistance from unspecified outside nations. “There are those who want Kofi Annan’s plan to fail,” Mr. Lavrov said without elaborating...

Iran’s Phantom Menace | Consortiumnews

Iran’s Phantom Menace | Consortiumnews:
Exclusive: For years, a propaganda drumbeat has been rising to justify a war to stop Iran from building a nuclear bomb, though U.S. intelligence agencies say Iran isn’t building one and Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei has decried nukes as a “great sin.” But nothing has stopped the drumbeat, ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern notes.

By Ray McGovern...

Biased Reporting on Iran Dispute | Consortiumnews

Biased Reporting on Iran Dispute | Consortiumnews:
For months, major U.S. news outlets failed to note the consensus among intelligence agencies that Iran was NOT building a nuclear bomb. Now, Big Media is misleading the public about why previous talks failed and the value of Iran’s promises, as Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett wrote at RaceForIran.com.

By Flynt Leverett and Hillary Mann Leverett...

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

SteveLendmanBlog: Friends of Syria Subvert Peaceful Resolution

Washington-backed so-called "Friends" won't tolerate resolving Syrian violence peacefully. How can they when America, rogue NATO partners, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and other regional despots incited it, fund it, arm it, and continue it.

The name of the game is regime change, not peace. Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan and current UN head Ban Ki-moon are active players.

 nnan's sham peace plan is cover to mask it. Both support imperial dominance. For a decade as Secretary-General, Annan violated his own charter mandate.

Global wars raged throughout his tenure. He did nothing to stop them. He served imperial aggressors, not victims.

His successor Ban's no different. Like Annan, his record reflects failure and betrayal. He's complicit in Western war crimes. So was Annan. Ban picked up on Syria where he left off after leaving office on December 31, 2006.

He didn't miss a beat. He and Annan are part of the problem, not the solution. Since January 1, 2007, he's been a reliable imperial tool. He supported NATO and killer gangs in Libya. He ignored grievous crimes of war and against humanity. He blames Assad for Western generated violence in Syria...

Thursday, April 05, 2012

The philosophy of freedom: Much more than demanding government get out of our lives, you must first get the tyranny out of your own heart

The philosophy of freedom: Much more than demanding government get out of our lives, you must first get the tyranny out of your own heart
 (NaturalNews) Do you agree with this statement? Government has no business telling us what to drink, what to eat, what kind of medicine we should take, what to smoke, what to farm, or how to run our private lives.

These are all elements of individual liberty or what you might call personal freedom. They are all part of the bigger push to get Big Government off our backs and out of our lives. But do the people who call for individual liberty really believe in it themselves? Or are they carrying around a sharp contradiction in their own beliefs?

Consider the following statements:

If people want to ride a motorcycle (or a bicycle) without a helmet, that's their own business.

If parents want to avoid having their children vaccinated, that's their own business.

If people want to smoke a doobie in their basement, that's their own business.

If a dairy farmer wants to milk a goat and sell the milk to his neighbor, that's their own business.

If people want to grow an organic garden in their front yard, that's their own business.

If someone wants to eat so much salt, sugar and aspartame that their colon falls out and they have to call an ambulance, that's their own business.

If someone wants to drive down the highway without wearing a seatbelt, that's their own business! (But no one else should be liable for their injuries if there is an accident, right?)

If a group of young girls wants to sell cookies or lemonade on the sidewalk, let 'em do it. It's their own business!

If a West Virginia farmer wants to grow a hundred acres of hemp weed and use it to make hemp seeds, hemp oils and hemp clothing, that's his own business!

If a citizen bystander wants to video record the police making a traffic stop, and it's all taking place on public property, then that's his own business! (Hey, the cops say they can record US all the time, right? That we have no presumed right to privacy on public property...)

If a guy wants to buy a ranch rifle and shoot empty soda cans on his farm in Massachusetts, that's his own business!

Are you carrying a freedom contradiction?

And if you agree with all that, then let me hit you with this brain-bender: By principle you must also agree that whatever two people want to do in their own homes or bedrooms is also their own business, as long as it's consensual. It doesn't matter what their sexual orientation is or even whether money changed hands. While it's not something I personally condone or participate in, all that is still their own business!

See, the thing about freedom is that if you demand freedom for yourself, you must also tolerate it for others. If you say "get the government out of our lives!" then to be consistent, you have to mean it for everybody else, too -- not just for you or those you happen to agree with. Freedom means freedom for all, including those with which you disagree, as long as they aren't harming others in the process. Freedom can't be selective.

And here's the philosophical contradiction in the liberty movement today: Too many of those who say they want the government out of their lives on issues like vaccines, parenting and local farm food are the very same people who demand government intervention on issues where someone else lives by a different moral code than their own (or a non-existent moral code, in some cases). Same-sex marriage, prostitution, abortion, recreational drug use... you name it. Suddenly the call for liberty becomes something far less noble: a demand for moral conformity administered via an all-powerful government. This is exactly what gives rise to government tyranny! Because any time you call for government to intervene in the lives of others with which you disagree, you also empower that same government with the power to rule over your own life.

So you see, when you call for government to get involved in criminalizing the things you might strongly disagree with -- pot smokers, abortion, prostitution or anything else -- you are by definition demanding that government grow its power in order to enforce your own moral code onto others.

And that's not freedom. It's just tyranny disguised as moral conformity. Because sooner or later, all that government power gets turned against YOU.

For the record, I am a person raised on Christian values. I am opposed to abortion. I don't visit prostitutes, I'm obviously not into same-sex marriages, and I have never used recreational drugs. (That's right: never.) But for people who choose those things for themselves in the privacy of their own homes or hotel rooms, I am bound by philosophical consistency to declare that's their own business! And why? Because I don't want them getting all up in MY business!

Stay out of my business and I'll stay out of yours...

Tuesday, April 03, 2012

SteveLendmanBlog: Friends of Syria Declare War on Assad

SteveLendmanBlog: Friends of Syria Declare War on Assad:
On April 1 in Istanbul, Washington-led rogue leaders discussed ways to destabilize and topple Assad.


They recognized the violent Syrian National Council (SNC) as the "sole representative of the Syrian people." Doing so assures continued conflict, not peaceful resolution. Killer gangs were promised generous funding. They've already gotten plenty, as well as weapons, munitions, and training. Now they'll get more.


Washington and rogue NATO partners plan conflict, not peace. They want Assad replaced by someone they control. Violence rages to achieve it. Expect lots more followed by war if current efforts fail.


In Istanbul, pretense dissolved. So did Annan's sham peace plan. Couched in diplomatic language, it was more theater than resolve to end conflict peacefully.


While calling for both sides to stop violence, it demanded Assad act first. Doing so ignored his responsibility to protect his people against Western-backed insurgents. Yet he's blamed for doing his job...

Assassination of Ghaddafi - Modus Operandi for Western Powers Regime Change - David Icke Website

Assassination of Ghaddafi - Modus Operandi for Western Powers Regime Change - David Icke Website: 'Watch this short video where Adrian Salbuchi explains that what happened in Libya is a warning for the entire world of how this new world order model actually works. "When they decide to change the regime, they do so with the utmost violence, and it is a whole model. First they target a country by calling it a "rogue state"; then they support local terrorists and call them "freedom fighters"; then they bring death and destruction upon civilians and they call it "UN sanctions".

Then they spread lies and call it the "International Community's opinion expressed by the Western media". Then they invade and control the country and call it "liberation" and finally they steal appetizing oil and call it "foreign investment and reconstruction".