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Monday, January 30, 2012

Zionisation of Policing in America?

Israel teaches American police how to treat Occupy Wall Street protesters like Palestinians

Short Description: This Is Not Your Founding Fathers' United States. Today's politicians are doing their best to break down the foundations of our once-great nation—the Constitution and the Bill of Rights—and to make us completely reliant on the government in the process. They legislate morality and pander to the supposedly needy few while the majority suffers in silence, watching their rights disappear. Why do we not speak up?

The answers are simple: Fear. Complacency. Maybe even amnesia. Thanks to the twisted propaganda of the liberal media, we have forgotten that our government is not supposed to be our babysitter. It was never intended that government would fund our retirements, provide our medical care or give us money to feed our children.

In America: Land of the Free? Bilzerian examines the rights that the US Constitution—in its original, intended form—guarantees citizens and the ways in which those rights are being systematically destroyed.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Israel to become biggest jailer of refugees

Uploaded by TheRealNews on 26 Jan 2012 - Knesset approves plan to jail asylum seekers for longest period of western world in biggest prison.

Billions spent perfecting a killing machine?

A military programme too big to fail

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 26 Jan 2012 - The US military calls the F-35 the next generation strike aircraft. The F-35 is also the most expensive weapons program in US history.

But it is nowhere near ready.The programme, which was supposed to cost $233bn, has ballooned to an expected $383bn.

Eleven years after the launch of the F35, the military intends to conduct more test flights this year. But the current budget crunch will just put even more focus and pressure on the programme that one could say is too big to fail.

Faulty medicine kills scores in Pakistan

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 25 Jan 2012 - A senior health official has said the number of people in eastern Pakistan suspected to have died in the last month from taking bad heart medicine has risen to 70.

Saeed Illahi said on Wednesday that an investigation found that a total of 419 heart patients had become sick from taking the drugs, and that 45 of them remained in critical condition. Many of the patients are in the city of Lahore. Illahi is the head of the health department in Punjab province, of which Lahore is the capital. The suspected drugs were given free to patients by the state-run Punjab Institute of Cardiology.

Illahi said the government had registered a case against the company accused of manufacturing the faulty medicine. Javed Akram, another government health official, said patients developed red spots on their skin within days of taking the medicine that is suspected of killing them.

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Lost Calories: US trashes $ 1 Bln worth of food.

Uploaded by RussiaToday on 21 Jan 2012 - America's expanding waistline prove's the country's love affair with food. But almost as much as is consumed, is being dumped in the trash every day. And that's despite statistics saying millions in the country are now struggling to put anything on the dinner plate. Marina Portnaya met the so called dumpster divers who say a few minutes of raking through garbage bags can deliver a banquet.

Saturday, January 21, 2012

Birmingham M6 : Madness in the fast lane (Full film).

Uploaded by BlackMountainScar on 20 May 2011 -In 2008, BBC cameras filmed two Swedish sisters throwing themselves into traffic on the M6. When it was shown on BBC One, nearly 7 million viewers were glued to their screens, and millions more watched it later on YouTube.

The footage was shocking. One previewer wrote "On no account miss this documentary. It opens with what is perhaps the most extraordinary footage I've seen on TV".

But this amazing footage was only part of an even more incredible story, one which could not be told at the time for legal reasons.

Now, two years later, this documentary reveals the full story of the hours just before the cameras captured that motorway footage, and the even more chilling story of what happened over next 72 hours, which left one of the sisters fleeing the scene of a crime, after she had stabbed a man through the chest.

Those who were at the centre of this fascinating legal case, including the police and Crown prosecution service, reveal the complex issues involved in both bringing charges and taking this disturbing case to trial.

A leading criminal psychiatrist, Dr. Nigel Eastman, explains the difficulties the judicial system has in achieving justice and deciding punishment when dealing with mental illness. He explains the possible causes of the womens' behaviour, and why, in his view, it could happen again.

Friday, January 13, 2012

Obama : 7 Lies In Under 2 Minutes

Uploaded by BarneyGrassley on 18 Mar 2009 - In this 1:46 video, we point out 7 promises that then candidate Obama has already broken. We hope that all the people of the ObamaNation are happy with their president.

Thursday, January 12, 2012

Guantanamo's 10th Anniversary.

Uploaded by VOAvideo on 11 Jan 2012 - A coalition of human rights groups is marking the 10th anniversary of the first detainees being jailed at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba by demonstrating in front of the White House and calling on President Barack Obama to close the controversial facility.

Marines urinating on dead soldiers Taliban.

Uploaded by moviesoundtrackvideo on 11 Jan 2012 - Marines urinating on dead soldiers dead Taliban insurgents.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Israel Nazi Comparisons Bill Proposed.

HUFF POST WORLD | Jan 10, 2012

JERUSALEM -- A proposed bill would make it a crime in Israel to criticize people by comparing them to Nazis.

The draft legislation would impose penalties of up to six months in jail and a $25,000 fine for using the word "Nazi" or Holocaust symbols for purposes other than teaching, documentation or research.

The draft legislation passed its first hurdle Monday when Cabinet ministers approved it. It now goes to the full parliament for a vote.

The bill was proposed after ultra-Orthodox demonstrators set off a furor by dressing young boys as Nazi concentration camp inmates during a protest against what they said was incitement against their community. Protesters have also called police "Nazis."

The bill has been criticized by civil rights groups that see it as infringing on freedom of expression.

'Doomsday Clock' might be reset.

Uploaded by AlJazeeraEnglish on 9 Jan 2012 - A group of scientists are meeting in Washington DC to answer an age-old question: when will the world come to an end?

The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has been monitoring events since after the Second World War to predict the likelihood of Armageddon.

Now, the University of Chicago's so-called "Doomsday Clock", a symbolic time piece that tells us how close humanity is to global catastrophe, might be reset pending this week's meeting.

Monday, January 9, 2012

Time for truth about Proton be known.

Joe Fernandez | January 7, 2012 - original article 
The government’s stake in Proton is again up for sale but will there be a suitable suitor?


Not a day goes by without the mainstream media hinting that somebody or some conglomerate is reportedly contemplating a bid for the government’s 42.7 per cent stake in Perusahaan Otomobil Nasional (Proton), the long ailing national car maker.

Proton advisor and former prime minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad has been quoted as saying that he hopes “a very rich company” will buy Proton.
In a contradiction in terms, he shamelessly confessed that he doesn’t care what happens to other companies – presumably the suitors – but he worries about what happens to Proton.
This is the same Mahathir, who not so long ago, joined the Proton management in vehemently opposing any foreign takeover of Proton.
Their myopic opposition has seen several billion ringgit from Petronas, where Mahathir is also advisor, thrown into the bottomless Proton pit. This is money mostly from Sabah and Sarawak where each state get a measly 5 per cent royalty from the wells in the inner waters and none from the outer waters where the bulk of the production is carried out.
Sadder, but hopefully now wiser, the recalcitrant Mahathir and the Proton management have no doubt realised that they can no longer rely on Petronas funding to continue to bail out Proton.
The tax-payers and people in Sabah and Sarawak would no longer stand for it unless Mahathir wants to be accused of being a “thief”.
The latest story is about Proton Holdings Bhd chairman Mohd Nadzmi Mohd Salleh expressing an interest in the privatization of Proton. For starters, Proton is already private, so how much more private can it be?