Saturday, January 31, 2015

M62 Bus bombing memorial service

SOLEMN MOMENT Last year's procession gets underway.
SOLEMN MOMENT Last year's procession gets underway.
Survivors and the families of victims will turn out to Hartshead Moor services for the 41st anniversary commemoration of an IRA bus bombing on Sunday.
Eleven died outright when the coach carrying off-duty members of the Army and their families exploded on the M62 near Birstall’s Oakwell Hall on February 4, 1974.
Hartshead Moor services, also on the M62, was used as an impromptu first aid camp. A service is held there annually on the nearest Sunday.
It will be attended by various dignitaries, including the Mayor of Kirklees Ken Smith, and an expected 200-250 others.
The service starts at 10.15am and will finish at roughly 11.45am. Meet in the main entrance before the service by the outdoor memorial plaque, which was unveiled at the 35th anniversary.
Members of the Fusiliers Association in Oldham organise the commemoration, because many of the victims were from that area.
The coach had been used to carry British Army and Royal Air Force personnel on leave with their families to and from the bases at Catterick and Darlington during a period of train worker strikes. Another traveller died four days later.
http://www.dewsburyreporter.co.uk/news/local/bus-bombing-memorial-service-1-7080408

Friday, January 30, 2015

Leon was best (jew) of our generation

By Michael Howard, January 29, 2015
Government colleagues Leon Brittan and Michael Howard in 1985 when Lord Brittan was Trade and Industry Secretary Government colleagues Leon Brittan and Michael Howard in 1985 when Lord Brittan was Trade and Industry Secretary
Leon Brittan was undoubtedly one of the leading British Jews of his generation. He rendered great service to this country in all the great offices he held, and but for the vagaries of political life might well have gone on to achieve even greater things.
His parents had come to Britain from Lithuania before the war, his father, Joseph, becoming a well-loved GP in Cricklewood, north London. Leon grew up in an Orthodox Jewish household, attended Haberdasher's Aske School and from there won an exhibition to Trinity College, Cambridge.
It was when we were at Cambridge that I first met him. We were members of a generation of Conservative politicians who became known as the Cambridge Mafia. Leon, Ken Clarke, John Gummer, Christopher Tugendhat, Norman Fowler and many more contested office in the University Conservative Association, stood for office in the Cambridge Union and interrogated visiting government ministers with all the precocious arrogance of youth.
Leon was our undoubted leader. He was the cleverest, the most eloquent and much the most formidable debater. So none of us were surprised at his later achievements.
It took a while for him to get into Parliament, first for the marginal seat of Cleveland and Whitby, on the Yorkshire coast, and then for the neighbouring seat of Richmond. He loved the constituency and was a very popular MP.
When the Conservatives entered government in 1979, Margaret Thatcher appointed him to the Home Office as a Minister of State. There he worked under, and hugely impressed, Willie Whitelaw, the Home Secretary, who became one of his foremost patrons.
Rapid promotion to the cabinet as Chief Secretary to the Treasury soon followed. This is a job which involves battling with every cabinet colleague over their budget. Leon was widely acknowledged as one of the best Chief Secretaries there has ever been.
His tenure of office as Home Secretary was, perhaps, less successful. Few incumbents have emerged from that particular job with an enhanced reputation and Leon was not among them.
He was expected to shine as Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, his next cabinet post, but was caught in the crossfire over the Westland helicopter dispute which forced his resignation.
Some thought that would bring his political career to an end but he went on to be one our most successful and effective European Commissioners.
Leon Brittan was always conscious of, and true to, his Jewish heritage. He attended the Chelsea Synagogue at the High Holy Days, always fasting on Yom Kippur, and spoke Hebrew fluently.
It is a great tragedy that his last days were overshadowed by completely unsubstantiated allegations about his conduct in relation to the investigation of historic child abuse. But he will always be remembered as one of our country's great public servants, a legacy he richly deserved.
Lord Howard served with Leon Brittan in Margaret Thatcher's Conservative government during the 1980s
http://www.thejc.com/comment-and-debate/comment/129075/leon-was-best-our-generation 

Monday, January 26, 2015


M62 Coach Bombing



Mr Roland Handley was behind the wheel of a coach targeted by IRA bombers in 1974.
Nine soldiers and three civilians, including two children, died in the terror attack.
The coach was carrying off-duty service personnel and relatives from Manchester to an Army base at Catterick, North Yorkshire, when a 50lb bomb left in a luggage locker detonated near Bradford as they slept. More than 50 others were injured.
Mr Handley, who was injured by flying glass, was hailed as a hero for bringing the coach safely to a halt. He died, aged 76, after a short illness in January last year in North Yorkshire.
Relatives of the victims join soldiers and veterans every year at a memorial service held around a remembrance plaque at Hartshead Services, off the westbound carriageway of the M62 motorway.

The aftermath of the M62 coach bombing in 1974
The aftermath of the M62 coach bombing in 1974

Roll Of Honour

Signalman Michael Waugh, 22, of Partington, Manchester, Signalman Paul Reid, 17, of Wythenshawe, Signalman Leslie Walsh, 17, of Tyldesley, near Wigan, Cpl Cliff Houghton, 23, Lance Cpl James McShane, 28, Fusilier Jack Hynes, 19, all of Oldham, Gunner Terence Griffin, 24, from Bolton, Fusilier Stephen Whalley, 18, of Middleton, Gunner Leonard Godden, 22, of Kent, Corporal Cliff Houghton’s wife Linda, 24, and their two sons Lee, five, and Robert, two, were also killed.
Retired captain Joe Eastwood, who served with 2nd Battalion, the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers, was the B Company platoon commander of five of the soldiers. He said:
It was a cowardly attack but it is important that we continue to honour the victims.
Alan Noble, deputy chairman of the Fusiliers’ Association in Lancashire, said veterans and soldiers from across the country would take part in the memorial. He said:
It is well-attended every year and this year we will honour Roland as well as all the others who lost their lives.
The attack happened on February 4, 1974. The prime suspect for the bombing was the Provisional IRA, but it never officially admitted responsibility.

Sunday, January 25, 2015

...The leader of what is called the “Far Right” Front National, Marine LePen made a statement that she will be supporting SYRIZA and hopes they win the national elections in Greece, even though she “Does not agree with their policy on immigration”. 
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Very strange indeed, considering Greece with open borders under SYRIZA means in effect that illegal immigrants will have nothing stopping them from going to places like France since once you are inside the EU there are very few border checks between EU states.

https://xaameriki.wordpress.com/page/2/

NWN: Oh no not the French NF again !

Thursday, January 22, 2015

The 'brilliant' Home Secretary whose last days were overshadowed by abuse claims: Tributes to Leon Brittan as he dies of cancer aged 75 - while Westminster STILL awaits launch of sex inquiry 

  • The Tory peer died in his sleep last night aged 75, his family said today
  • He had been suffering from cancer and died in his home in London
  • Treated in hospital over Christmas 2013 for cancer and heart trouble
  • Comes amid controversy over role in the Westminster child abuse scandal
  • He was sent a dossier of paedophile allegations, which has since been lost
  • Ex Tory leader Michael Howard said 'his last days were dogged' by the row
  • Brittan served as Home Secretary and Trade and Industry Secretary
  • The pro European was also trade commissioner for the European Union
  • Tributes poured in from across the political spectrum this afternoon  

Former Conservative peer Lord Brittan has died after a long battle against Cancer
Former Conservative peer Lord Brittan has died after a long battle against Cancer
Controversial former Home Secretary Leon Brittan has died, his family confirmed today.
The Conservative peer passed away in his London home last night aged 75 after a long battle with cancer.
It comes amid ongoing controversy over his role in the failure to properly investigate Westminster paedophilia claims as Home Secretary in the 1980s.
An inquiry into historic child abuse allegations has been beset by problems since it was set up last year - after two chairmen were forced to step down over their personal links to Lord Brittan. The inquiry is still without a leader and is yet to formally begin.
Lord Brittan was accused of failing to act on a dossier of allegations about paedophiles which was handed to him when he was Home Secretary in the 1980s by the campaigning MP Geoffrey Dickens.
The family of Lord Brittan released a statement confirming his death.
A spokesman said: 'It is with great regret that we announce the death of Leon Brittan.
'As a family, we should like to pay tribute to him as a beloved husband to Diana and brother to Samuel, and a supportive and loving stepfather to Katharine and Victoria, and step-grandfather to their children.
'We also salute his extraordinary commitment to British public life as a Member of Parliament, Minister, Cabinet Minister, European Commissioner and Peer - together with a distinguished career in law, and latterly in business.
'Leon passed away last night at his home in London after a long battle with cancer. We shall miss him enormously. There will be a private funeral service for family only, and a memorial service to be announced.' 
David Cameron this afternoon paid tribute to Lord Brittan as a 'dedicated and fiercely intelligent public servant'. 
He said: 'As a central figure in Margaret Thatcher’s government, he helped her transform our country for the better by giving distinguished service as Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Home Secretary, and Secretary of State for Trade and Industry. 
'He went on to play a leading role at the European Commission where he did so much to promote free trade in Europe and across the world. 
'More recently, he made an active contribution to the House of Lords. My thoughts are with Leon’s family and friends at this sad time for them.”
William Hague, who succeeded Brittan as the MP for Richmond, led tributes to him in the House of Commons.
He said: ‘Many of us who have known him a long time know he’s been ill for many months but it is a sad moment to receive this news. 
'The house will understand my predecessor as Member of Parliament for Richmond Yorkshire, which is why I particularly want to pay tribute to him as a former member of this House and former home secretary.
‘He was a kind, assiduous and brilliant man. I know the whole House will join me in sending our deepest condolences to his wife Diana at this difficult time.’
Baron Brittan of Spennithorne, pictured with his wife Diana at their London home, died last night aged 75 after a long battle with cancer
Baron Brittan of Spennithorne, pictured with his wife Diana at their London home, died last night aged 75 after a long battle with cancer
In July last year Labour MP Simon Danczuk claimed that Lord Brittan had been sent a dossier of allegations about paedophiles between 1983 and 1985
In July last year Labour MP Simon Danczuk claimed that Lord Brittan had been sent a dossier of allegations about paedophiles between 1983 and 1985
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg recalled his time working for Lord Brittan when he was European Trade commissioner.
He said: 'Leon was one of the most intelligent figures in modern British public life.
'When I worked for Leon in Brussels almost twenty years ago, his forensic understanding of detailed issues combined with his passionate belief in internationalism was evident to everyone.
'His courage in sticking up for his pro-European views, despite huge pressure to the contrary, never wavered.
'His intellectual curiosity about politics; the arts; history; and literature was encyclopedic.
'Even as illness affected him badly in recent years, he kept up his lifelong habit of reading a constant flow of books on a huge range of subjects.
'My heart goes out to Diana Brittan and Leon's family at this very sad time.'
Lord Brittan - then Home Secretary - pictured at the Conservative Party Conference in Brighton October 1984
Lord Brittan - then Home Secretary - pictured at the Conservative Party Conference in Brighton October 1984
Trade and Industry Secretary Leon Brittan arrives at Kings Cross Station following his resignation from the government due to the Westland Affair.
25th January 1986
Trade and Industry Secretary Leon Brittan arrives at Kings Cross Station following his resignation from the government due to the Westland Affair. 25th January 1986
In 2010 he was appointed by Mr Cameron as a government trade adviser after a lifetime in politics. He was Home Secretary and Trade and Industry Secretary under Margaret Thatcher and then trade commissioner for the European Union.
As one of the most prominent Tory 'wets' he clashed with Mrs Thatcher in the 1980s - finally resigning from the government in 1986 after he was found to have leaked a damaging letter during Cabinet infighting over the Westland helicopter affair.
In July last year Labour MP Simon Danczuk claimed that Lord Brittan had been sent a dossier of allegations about paedophiles between 1983 and 1985 by Mr Dickens.
Lord Brittan denied being responsible for a cover-up of child abuse allegations. 

NWN: We wonder what will come out now ?

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

NHS may be forced to abandon free healthcare, Britain's top doctor says

Prof Sir Bruce Keogh said there needed to be less reliance on hospitals in order to preserve free healthcare, but denied suggestions of a crisis

























Britain’s most senior doctor has said the under-pressure NHS may be forced to abandon the concept of free healthcare for all.
Prof Sir Bruce Keogh, medical director of the NHS in England, said there were doubts over whether the taxpayer-funded model was “sustainable in the longer term”.
He added that huge changes were needed - including less reliance on hospitals - if free treatment was to be preserved.
He told the Guardian: “If the NHS continues to function as it does now, it’s going to really struggle to cope because the model of delivery and service that we have at the moment is not fit for the future.”
More resources and care need to be diverted into GP surgeries if the NHS is to withstand increased demand and tightening budgets, he added.
He said: “If not, we will get to a place where the NHS becomes unaffordable and we will have to make some very difficult decisions which will get to the very heart of the principle of the NHS and its values.
“This will open up a whole series of discussions about whether the NHS is fit for purpose, whether it’s affordable, and whether the compact with the citizen of free healthcare for all is sustainable in the longer term.”
However he denied that key NHS services are in crisis, despite accident and emergency waiting times being at their worst since records began a decade ago.
He said: “Everybody that’s working out there in the NHS knows that they’re under a lot of pressure at the moment. They don’t like the term ‘crisis’ being applied willy-nilly.
“It’s an evocative term which is also provocative and is used too freely for the wrong reasons. It’s a period of unprecedented pressure, of undue pressure. But the NHS is facing very difficult times, yes. The word ‘crisis’ implies that you can’t deal with it.”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/health/news/11356389/NHS-may-be-forced-to-abandon-free-healthcare-Britains-top-doctor-says.html

NWN: When 'they' allow every year enough immigrants into the UK to populate a small city, and cut back on NHS spending, then there will be problems. The tories want to sell off parts of the NHS to their friends the bankers and capitalist sharks leaving only the areas that won't make money. And thus destroying the NHS. 
Will the NHS exist under the 3 main parties for much longer ? 
We don't think so !

Monday, January 19, 2015

Charlie Hebdo: A Convoluted World


The 40 world heads of states, who on a short notice dropped the affairs of their own nations and traveled to Paris to lead the protesters, epitomize the ultimate hypocrisy. One may question: are they here to support freedom of speech, or to protest the murder of people? If they are here to support freedom of speech we should remember that every one of them is actually waging his own war against his local journalists. If you pick any one of them and scrutinize the behaviors and policies of his government you would discover that they are the ultimate oppressors of free press and freedom of speech.



By Dr. Elias Akleh                   Intifada-Palestine.com

Charlie Hebdo Magazine tragedy and its consequential events are the perfect example of how convoluted our world is. Seventeen people were murdered in the attack including reporters, two police officers and a visitor. On Sunday; Jan. 11, two days later about four million people; the largest demonstration in French history, rallied across France carrying “Je Suis Charlie” (I am Charlie) banners protesting the terror attack. In Paris 40 world heads of states led a march of about one million protesters.
Watching the mass rallies on the TV I could not but marvel how much power the mass media has, being able in short time to create such social hysteria by its mass hypnotic broadcast robbing people of their logical thinking. This does not intend to belittle or to discredit the genuine feelings the marchers have, but to point out how easily these humanitarian sentiments could be manipulated by pictures and words broadcasted on a TV screen.
 Reading the banners “Je Suis Charlie” the marchers were carrying I wonder if they are really aware of what they are supporting.
Charlie Hebdo Magazine made its name insulting billions of people around the globe with its demeaning vulgar and obscene caricatures of Christian as well as Muslim religious figures but spared Jewish religious figures; a typical pro-Zionist approach.
 When the previous magazine cartoonist Maurice Sinet wrote a column, in July 2008, about Sarkozy’s 22 years old son marrying the Jewish heiress of an electronic goods chain, the magazine’s editor; Philippe Val, fired him. Val’s decision to fire Sine “was backed by a group of eminent intellectuals, including the philosopher Bernard-Henry Levy”; a Jew, as reported by the Telegraph magazine. Sine went on trial in a Lyon court on charges of anti-Semitism. The plaintiff was the so-called anti-racism and anti-Semitism group; Licra. I wonder why the French masses didn’t march in the streets of Paris carrying “Je Suis Maurice” protecting Sine’s freedom of speech. What a convoluted magazine!
French are so hypocrite or maybe so delusional. They claim they defend free speech when some of their laws and their government’s policies are against free speech. Any criticism of Jews and Israel, even if substantiated by proven facts and solid science, is considered hate speech and anti-Semitism, (Jews are not the only Semitic people), and is punishable by French law. Any critical historical study of the Holocaust (a historical event) that cast suspicion on, or question the validity of its narrative is considered a crime punishable by French law with imprisonment and fines. Let us not forget that France is the ONLY country that banned pro-Palestine demonstrations.
Charlie Hebdo: A Convoluted World
While the French President; Francois Hollande, called the slain cartoonists “greatly talented cartoonists, courageous journalists, and heroes who defended freedom of expression”, the French comedian Dieudonne M”bala M”bala, who posted on his Facebook “I feel like Charlie Coulibaly” was investigated by Paris prosecutor’s office on January 12th, and was arrested on Wednesday January 14th for exercising his own freedom of speech. In the past the French government has banned his shows considering them anti-Semitic.  What a convoluted country!

The concept of free press and freedom of speech has been so much abused and used loosely to mean that one can say whatever one wants regardless of content as long as he has governmental approval. Freedom of speech carries so much responsibility and maturity to say what you want in a respectful mature constructive manner, not just insulting, demeaning, obscene and pornographic garbage. It carries heavy consequences. If you keep insulting and demeaning the core value of a group of people you would, definitely, end up at the receiving end of consequential possible aggressive reactions by some members of that group. Let us remember that George Bush went to many wars across the globe claiming that the other side “hate our freedom”; an American core value.
 The four million French citizens, who rallied in the streets, seem to be, unwittingly, defending the freedom of demeaning, insulting, and hateful speech. What a convoluted nation!
Charlie Hebdo: A Convoluted World
The 40 world heads of states, who on a short notice dropped the affairs of their own nations and travelled to Paris to lead the protesters, epitomize the ultimate hypocrisy. One may question: are they here to support freedom of speech, or to protest the murder of people? If they are here to support freedom of speech we should remember that every one of them is actually waging his own war against his local journalists. If you pick any one of them and scrutinize the behaviors and policies of his government you would discover that they are the ultimate oppressors of free press and freedom of speech.
For my own freedom of speech I will pick the Israeli Prime Minister; Benjamin Netanyahu, as an example. Netanyahu’s government is in constant confrontations against Palestinian journalists (herehere, and here) and against Palestinian freedom of speech. Many Palestinian journalists are imprisoned. Others have been routinely targeted by the Israeli soldiers smashing their cameras so they wouldn’t be able to expose Israeli terrorism. During the Israeli assaults against the Gaza Strip journalists were deliberately shot by snipers, and their media centers were targeted by Israeli fighter planes and artilleries (here, here, and here). Palestinian civilians protesting the theft of their land and the erection of the apartheid wall are harshly targeted and bombarded with rubber-coated bullets and gas projectiles (hereherehere, and here). The rest of the heads of states are not better than Netanyahu.
The fact that 15 European countries; France, Germany, Hungary, Belgium, Austria, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Romania, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Lithuania, and Poland, having instated laws to imprison any person, who exercises his freedom of speech and criticizes Israel or question the Holocaust, speaks volumes about the hypocrisy of their leaders. What convoluted countries!

If the leaders went to Paris to protest the terror attack then I would question why they didn’t do the same against even more heinous terror attacks against Muslims, Arabs, and especially Palestinians. Why didn’t they lead protests in Gaza Strip when Israeli state-sponsored terrorist army used the latest and most devastating American weapons to destroy whole civilian neighborhoods and to murder besieged impoverished and defenseless population? Where were they when terrorists destroyed most of Syria murdering thousands of innocent civilians and creating refugee crisis? Where were they when terrorists bomb market places, restaurants, government buildings and even schools in countries like Lebanon, Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan and other countries? Where were they when dictatorial governments oppress and persecute citizens in countries like Yemen, Bahrain, and Saudi Arabia? It seems that the only thing they do in this arena is to create, finance, arm and train terrorist groups such as Al-Qaeda, Al-Nusra, the Free Syrian Army, ISIS, and other small terrorist groups to spread havoc in the Middle East. What convoluted heads of states!

The world mass media outlets went on a frenzy propaganda trip never taken before reporting and analyzing the terror attack with outrageous Islamophobic flavor and generalizations, they had never report previously about any other terrorist attack in the past. Large printed titles such as “Attack on Freedom” (The Times), “War on Freedom” (The Daily Telegraph), “An Assault on Democracy” (The Guardian), had filled up the front pages of many papers camouflaging as freedom of press the insulting, demeaning and obscene character of Charlie Hebdo’s caricatures as “controversial” rather than what they really are; racial hate crime. The worst titles came from the Zionist owned and pro-Israeli papers. The pro-Zionist The Telegraph used the title “The Islamists Want WarThe Daily Express owned by Jewish Richard Desmond wrote “Britain on red alert as Jihadis shoot 12 dead in Paris”, and Murdoch’s owned The Sun wrote “This evil in the name of Islam must stop!”. Television broadcasters and their propagandizing so-called authority on terrorism, terrorism consultants and/or terrorism analysts have been using “Jihadis”“Islamic”, and “rise of radical Islam” adjectives to describe almost all terror attacks, but never use “Christian” or “Jewish” adjectives to describe Christian Western state-sponsored terror attacks on Muslim countries, or Jewish Israeli terror attacks on Palestinian civilians. This media madness is taking billions of Muslims in the guilt of yet-alleged few extremist Muslim perpetrators. This Islamophobic trend is the core of what has been called “clash of civilizations”; created and propagated by Zionists to bet Christians against Muslims while they profit from the resulting wars “let goyim kill goyim”. What convoluted mass media!

Due to their oppressive colonial history in Muslim North African countries, the French, in general, disdain and look down on their Muslim minority, who is discriminated against, socially deprived, and denied equal growth opportunities. Some French laws and regulations have targeted Muslims specifically, such as the ban on women head dress in all public buildings including schools. Muslim communities are isolated in the cheaper mostly neglected neighborhoods of French cities. Much like the American black minorities in the USA, French Muslim youths are routinely targeted and abused by French police as can be obviously seen in the 1961 French police massacre of hundreds of Algerians, and throwing their bodies into the Seine. Such targeting had led to violent riots in 2005 for three weeks in 300 French towns leading to a state of emergency. A second riot erupted in 2006 when Xavier Lemoine, the mayor of Montfermeil with large Muslim community, introduced a law banning teen agers gathering in groups of more than three. A third riot took place in July 2010 when a French police officer shot dead a Muslim man in front of his home.
A nation with such anti-Islamic history and sentiments would readily believe that Muslim terrorists had perpetrated the Charlie Hebdo attack or any other terrorist attack for that matter. Within the last week, at least about 54 anti-Muslim attacks across France have been reported. In his speech, Thursday 15th, at the Arab World Institute in Paris, French President Francois Hollande stated that France’s millions of Muslims should be protected and respected. “Anti-Muslim acts, like anti-Semitism, should not just be denounced but severely punished” he stated. Claiming that Muslims are the main victims of Islamic extremists he said “in the face of terrorism, we are all united.” What a convoluted President!

The official narrative of the terrorist attack does not really match the event, is full of suspicious gabs, and provokes so many questions suggesting a false flag operationThe video of the attack and the killing of the wounded police officer, in itself, speaks volumes about the nature of the attack. The street in the video is totally different from the real narrower street where the magazine is located. The presence of the photographer at a location where he could take clear professional high definition video and clear recording from a far distance of one of the assailants claiming revenge for Prophet Muhammad is a very suspicious convenience. The execution of the alleged wounded Muslim police officer is clearly staged since the bullet of the AK47 weapon would have blasted his head into bloody pieces, yet no blood was spluttered. While the video clearly shows that there were ONLY two terrorists and no driver, the official story indicated that there was a driver, who had given himself up to the police. And then there is the silly police claim that the terrorists had left their ID cards in the getaway car, which French terror expert; Gaston Grenouille, had doubted very much that those highly-professional special-forces-type terrorist would just accidentally do that. This reminds me of the miraculous discovery of the passport belonging to the 911 terrorist among the tons of burned debris. Then there is the reported alleged suicide of the deputy director of the regional judicial police in Limoges; Helric Fredow, in charge of the investigation while he was writing his report alone at night. One wonders what had he discovered. What a convoluted police work!

The Charlie Hebdo Magazine started its anti-Islamic campaign in 2000, and started its vulgar caricatures of Prophet Muhammad in 2011. One would ask what made extremist Muslims wait until 2015 to attack the magazine. What is the significance of timing? Does it have to do with the fact that France has asserted an independent foreign policy abandoning the Western coalition; US, UK, Canada, Australia, and Israel, in their wars in the Middle East and dangerous confrontation against Russia? Or was it the fact that France has recently supported the Palestinian cause at the UN Security Council, has criticized the Israeli occupation and the on-going illegal settlements, and many of its intellectuals and academics had joined the BDS movement against Israel? All these seem to have caused a panic among Israeli officials, who feared that the European political positions, led by France, might turn against Israeli occupation in favor of Palestinian statehood. This fear had, lately, prompted an Israeli media campaign and state discourse against what they termed “Islamic extremism”in Europe that had led to some anti-Islamic protests such as that in Germany.
It is worth mentioning here that Jimmy Carter had blamed the Paris attack on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. This blame was reinforced by Turkish President; Tayyip Erdogan, and other Turkish officials such as Melih Gokcek, the mayor of Ankarablaming France and the Israeli Mossad behind the attack to boost enmity against Islam.
While still in shock, angry and emotional the French Parliament had approved on January 12th with almost unanimity (only one rational abstention) the budget for France’s continuous and enlarged involvement in the alleged Western Coalition war against Islamic terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria. Immediately, without any delay or time for reconsideration, France deployed its aircraft carriers, including the nuclear-powered French flagship Charles de Gaulle and troops to Iraq ostensibly to attack ISIS.
Zionist Israelis have a history of false flag terrorist attacks in many countries, even against fellow Jews, to encourage Jews to immigrate to occupied Palestine (Israel), to gain sympathy for their occupation of Palestine, and to push Western Christian government to wage crusading wars, as George Bush described them, against Israel’s enemies; Arab and Muslim World in the Middle East, as we have seen in the terrorist attacks of 911 in the US and the 7/7/2005 London bombing. It seems that the Paris terrorist attack carry the same finger prints. What a convoluted Zionist ideology!
Amazingly, and sadly, this is the convoluted world that we live in.

http://www.intifada-palestine.com/2015/01/charlie-hebdo-convoluted-world/

Sunday, January 18, 2015


Is Moscow bluffing on redirecting European gas supplies?

Moscow says it's planning to build a pipeline to the Turkish-Greek border and no longer ship natural gas to Western Europe through Ukraine within 3 years. The project is far more about political competition than economics.

Russia has announced that it will stop supplying Europe directly with natural gas via pipelines that transit through Ukraine within three years, Russian news agencies reported last week.
The move threatens the European Union's energy security and may force Europeans to move quickly to wean the continent from its long-standing dependence on Russian gas.
Russia says it will use a newly-announced pipeline through Turkey to bypass Ukraine and channel about 60 billion cubic meters of gas -- about 40 percent of all Russian exports to Europe -- to a new gas hub on the Greek-Turkish border. Europe will be required to make its own arrangements, including building new pipelines, to collect and distribute the gas.

To be sure, a full agreement has not been reached with Turkey, nor has construction begun on what will be an expensive, multi-year project.
According to Bloomberg, European energy officials were blindsided by the Russian announcement.
"We don’t work like this," the agency quoted Maros Sefcovic, the European Commission’s vice president for energy union, as saying. "The trading system and trading habits -- how we do it today -- are different." The Russian decision "makes no economic sense," Mr. Sefcovic insisted.
But experts say Russia's pipeline strategy for Europe over the past decade has been politically-motivated, designed not to sell more gas or deliver it more efficiently, but to circumvent the Soviet-era Friendship pipeline system that hitherto carried the bulk of Russian oil and gas exports through Ukraine to Europe.
Russia has regarded Ukraine as an unreliable transit partner since the Orange Revolution in 2004, and repeatedly tussled with Ukrainian governments over the terms of delivery. On two occasions, in 2006 and 2009, such Moscow-Kiev gas wars led to shutdowns that left downstream customers in Europe shivering.

In 2011 Russia achieved half its strategic objective by inaugurating the Nord Stream pipeline under the Baltic Sea, which delivers gas directly to Moscow's most important customer, Germany.
But a $45 billion southern leg, known as South Stream, designed to do the same for customers in central and southern Europe, ran afoul of escalating political tensions over Ukraine last year. When the European Commission convinced Bulgaria to suspend its participation in South Stream, Russian President Vladimir Putin reacted by cancelling the entire project last month.
The cancellation of South Stream widened political rifts within Europe, especially among those countries that had been hoping to benefit from a huge pipeline that would bring Russian gas directly to them.

Russia's announcement last week that it will now deliver all its gas to a "hub" on Turkey's border with Europe has set up more controversy, with the European Union denouncing the move, but countries that stand to benefit, like Greece, applauding it.
Some pro-Moscow commentators argue that Mr. Putin's moves have been fast-footed and brilliant, confounding his European detractors and strengthening Russia's bargaining position with the EU.
But Mikhail Krutikhin, a partner with RusEnergy, a leading Moscow-based energy consultancy, says Kremlin policies are incoherent reactions to Europe's unexpected internal solidarity over maintaining sanctions against Russia for its Ukraine policies.
"This Turkey project is not a project at all, it's really just an idea. It's not even clear whether Turkey supports it, since there's been nothing signed except one vague memorandum of understanding," he says.
"It really looks like the Kremlin is just trying to blackmail Europe, but it's risking the loss of its biggest market in doing so. We're talking about 60 billion cubic meters of gas annually, which Russia has no alternative markets for, at a time when Europe is well on the way to developing its own energy independence. It smacks of desperation, not brilliance, to me."
https://uk.news.yahoo.com/moscow-bluffing-redirecting-european-gas-supplies-173804362.html#a9WsxTV

NWN: Yes it's a great idea isn't it to 'maff off' Putin and the Russians when we get gas from them ? 'Our leaders' are following zionist foreign policy  and making out Putin to be like Hitler. That is really good for us isn't it ? Just like the 'war on terror' really recently, it is the jews who get priority for police security. We don't count !

This is why petrol prices have fallen, to de-stabilise Russian oil production. It isn't to help the 'downtrodden peoples of the west' who have been 'ripped off' over petrol prices for years.

Also, over the weekend, Russia has given Greece an economic policy/benefit that if they quit the EC they would be better off.

Our Foreign Policy should be only for British interests - not as it is at the moment - for zionist interests.

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Super -Capitalist jew George Soros finances communists and racial civil unrest in the USA

Soros has been giving 'mega-bucks' to organisations that have kept the conflict going in Ferguson, USA, it transpires.

Nationalists get accused of 'paranoia' and being a conspiracy theorist when we mention things like this . We don't have to keep 'wearing our tin foil hats' now with this information...................

'Super capitalists' have always funded the communists.

He gave more than $33 million in one single year for this sort of stuff. That's a whole lot of trouble on the streets in the USA. This Ferguson campaign spawned the 'Black lives matter' campaign which centred on the thug and victim Michael Brown Why hasn't Soros been locked up by the Police for 'conspiracy to commit felonies', to use American parlance ? These campaigns have also built up an anti-Police network in the USA of late.

The below link ought to be read and studied intensely by fellow nationalists worldwide.


See here;

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/jan/14/george-soros-funds-ferguson-protests-hopes-to-spur/

Another example of the 'trouble on the streets' that emanates from Soros's largesse;

http://www.whdh.com/story/27856668/protesters-shut-down-rt-93-in-milton-medford

and;

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2913625/Billionaire-George-Soros-spent-33MILLION-bankrolling-Ferguson-demonstrators-create-echo-chamber-drive-national-protests.html

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Marching against Islamists, 40,000 angry Germans take to the streets in growing backlash after Charlie Hebdo massacre

  • Thousands from Patriotic Europeans against Islamisation of the West (Pegida) marched in Dresden
  • One placard showed German Chancellor, who said the group had 'hatred in their hearts', wearing a headscarf
  • Counter-protesters also took to streets as others marched in Hanover, Leipzig, Dusseldorf, Berlin and Norway
Snug in her bright woolly hat and fur-lined pink boots, the three-year-old girl was perched on her father’s shoulders last night, waving a German flag. Her older brother, aged six, stood proudly beside them.
The children were far too young to understand why they had journeyed four miles from their home, in the suburbs of Dresden, to be among this vast crowd on a chilly winter’s evening.
They had no idea why so many people were holding black placards bearing white crosses and strange French names, and slogans such as: ‘Yesterday Paris, tomorrow Berlin!’ Nor why they had to be silent for a full minute as a mark of respect for innocent people who had died.
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Demonstration: Organisers of the march in Dresden against the 'Islamisation of the West' claimed up to 40,000 people took part
Demonstration: Organisers of the march in Dresden against the 'Islamisation of the West' claimed up to 40,000 people took part
Revolt: One placard depicted German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who had spoken out against the protests, wearing a headscarf
Revolt: One placard depicted German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who had spoken out against the protests, wearing a headscarf
Memorials: Another blood-stained banner bore the faces of the cartoonists and contributors murdered in the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris
Memorials: Another blood-stained banner bore the faces of the cartoonists and contributors murdered in the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris
Yet their father, a computer game representative who would only give his first name – Jens – was determined his children should march with him as the great populist backlash against radical Islam shifted from Paris to the eastern-most fringes of Europe.
‘I brought them to show that you don’t have to be a racist to be worried about the dangers of immigration and religious fanatics,’ he told me, as the throngs swelled around him.
‘The politicians and the Press say the organisers of this march, and everyone who attends it, are bigots, but it isn’t true. I am an ordinary family man, and I have many Muslim friends. But enough is enough.’
In this city on the banks of the Elbe, people had been staging protests against the perceived dangers of mass immigration, particularly from Muslim countries, long before last week’s terrorist atrocities in France.
Rallied by a grassroots organisation called Pegida – Patriotic Europeans Against the Islamisation of the West – they have been marching here, in ever greater numbers, every Monday since last October.
Demonstration: The group, Pegida, has been organising marches in the city since late last year and they have grown in size
Demonstration: The group, Pegida, has been organising marches in the city since late last year and they have grown in size
Concern: Their most pressing complaint is that their traditional Teutonic values and culture are being swept away by immigration
Concern: Their most pressing complaint is that their traditional Teutonic values and culture are being swept away by immigration
Battle: Still petrified by the merest hint of nationalist sentiment, most politicians have sought to besmirch and ridicule Pegida at every turn
Battle: Still petrified by the merest hint of nationalist sentiment, most politicians have sought to besmirch and ridicule Pegida at every turn
Likened to both Ukip and the right-wing Tea Party in America, they have a 19-point manifesto with a raft of grievances. For example, they are opposed to Germany’s membership of the EU, want a return to the Deutschemark, and believe mainstream politicians ignore them.
But their most pressing complaint is that their traditional Teutonic values and culture are being swept away on the biggest tide of immigration since the Sixties, when Turks arrived in their tens of thousands to rebuild post-war Germany.
Still petrified by the merest hint of nationalist sentiment 70 years after the fall of the Third Reich, most politicians and media outlets have sought to besmirch and ridicule Pegida at every turn, depicting them as neo-Nazi thugs and xenophobes.
The liberal intelligentsia and even church leaders have followed suit, staging counter-demonstrations and even turning off the lights of major landmarks such as Cologne Cathedral and the Brandenburg Gate to register their opposition to the movement.
Given Germany’s history, and the fact that Dresden is the scene, each February, of a Far Right-hijacked rally commemorating the Allied blitz of the city in 1945, this stance was perhaps understandable.
The fact that one of Pegida’s leaders, advertising agency boss Lutz Bachmann, 41, was discovered to have convictions for burglary and a drug offence hardly helped their cause either.
Counter-protest: A few thousands people gathered against Pegida in Dresden, some holding brooms in a symbol to 'cleanse' the city
Counter-protest: A few thousands people gathered against Pegida in Dresden, some holding brooms in a symbol to 'cleanse' the city
Tension: Police were on standby during the rally in Dresden, but it for the most part passed off peacefully with record attendance
Tension: Police were on standby during the rally in Dresden, but it for the most part passed off peacefully with record attendance
Counter-protest: Those against the movement turned out in Dresden, and have previously turned off the lights of major landmarks
Counter-protest: Those against the movement turned out in Dresden, and have previously turned off the lights of major landmarks
But all that is rapidly becoming irrelevant now.
Whatever the motives of its founders, the backlash against radical Islam has taken off in a manner even they can’t have imagined, giving a voice to huge numbers of decent German people.
That much became clear on Monday night when I joined the marchers as they massed in a city-centre park, their numbers swollen to more than 40,000 by events in Paris, according to organisers, and many wearing black armbands as a mark of respect for the victims.
Clearly this was not some skinhead gathering.
The crowd included people of all ages and backgrounds, and the ones I met were rational folks who simply believe the future of Germany – and Europe – and indeed their very way of life is under threat.
Perhaps this is not surprising given that the rate of immigration in Germany soared by 38 per cent last year – with 70,000 arriving from Syria alone – and is by far the biggest in the EU.
Clash: There were sporadic incidents around the protest, such as this confrontation between police and an anti-Pegida demonstrator
Clash: There were sporadic incidents around the protest, such as this confrontation between police and an anti-Pegida demonstrator
In Munich, counter-protesters lifted signs declaring 'Munich is colourful!' as they faced off against the anti-immigration protesters
In Munich, counter-protesters lifted signs declaring 'Munich is colourful!' as they faced off against the anti-immigration protesters
The people I met repeatedly stressed that they were not against immigrants or immigration, per se. Indeed, they said that migrants were welcome provided they wished to assimilate – to adopt the German language and customs, and live by its rules and morals.
By the same token, one man told me it was ‘time for ethnic Europeans to reclaim our birth-right ... time we remembered that Germany was our country first, and if people wish to live here they must adapt’.
Elsewhere in the city, a few thousand people staged a protest against Pegida. But those who spoke at the larger rally were clear about their right to speak out.
In her address, one of the organisers, middle-aged mother-of-three Katrin Oertel, said: ‘We have our right to express our sympathy with Paris. We aren’t radicals or fanatics, we are a citizen’s movement.
‘Fanatical Islam has brought terror to Europe. We are going on the streets of Dresden for the 12th time; we are growing every week. We have a right to express our opinion and that’s what we’re going to do.’
It is a message that is spreading from Dresden – where the Muslim population is actually very small compared with other major German cities – throughout the country and across the continent.
In Leipzig the anti-Pegida demonstrators appeared in huge numbers, urging refugees to come to Germany and declaring: 'One Love'
In Leipzig the anti-Pegida demonstrators appeared in huge numbers, urging refugees to come to Germany and declaring: 'One Love'
Police officers walk past burning rubbish bins on the sidelines of the counter demonstration against Legida, Leipzig's local version of Pegida
Police officers walk past burning rubbish bins on the sidelines of the counter demonstration against Legida, Leipzig's local version of Pegida
Last week, Pegida opened a Facebook page in Britain which already has 7,500 followers, and the organisation now claims to be winning support in 18 countries, as well as 80 German cities.
After the minute’s silence, last night’s march began with an address from the organisation’s leader Mr Bachmann.
‘The victims of Paris are the deepest legitimisation of the Pegida movement,’ he said, thanking the crowd for turning out on such a cold night.
‘We have showed them. We have made them listen to the themes we want to talk about. I can’t remember so many people taking to the streets since 1989 [when the Berlin Wall fell].’
Among those to cheer in approval was Werner George Klawun, 72, a Muslim city councillor married to an Albanian immigrant, who wore a long white robe.
‘Maybe there are extremists here, but I haven’t seen any,’ he told me. ‘These people are not against Muslims. They are against terror – and the terrorists are not [true] Muslims.’
Then there was the young policeman’s wife who said she was there because her husband had been into detention centres and asylum centres in Germany, and experienced people’s lack of gratitude, and hatred for the country they were trying to migrate to.
‘I have nothing against anyone, but they must surely be grateful to us, and accept our morals and standards,’ she told me.
On Sunday, millions of people on France gathered to make their voice heard. Now it has been the turn of the Germans.
‘Je Suis Charlie’ – a reference to the victims at the Charlie Hebdo magazine – had become ‘Ich bin Charlie’, but the defiance and indignation burnt as fiercely on the banks of the Elbe last night as by the Seine.
Europe is on the march, and there is no telling where these outpourings of passionate national sentiment might lead – or when they will reach these shores.
Additional reporting by Josie Le Blond
Anger: People also marched in favour of Pegida in Cologne in a movement which has shaken Germany's political establishment
Anger: People also marched in favour of Pegida in Cologne in a movement which has shaken Germany's political establishment

DEMONSTRATORS OUTNUMBERED BY COUNTER-PROTESTERS IN OTHER CITIES ACROSS GERMANY 

The demonstrators were met by counter-protesters, who tried to blockade the march as it reached Dresden's city council offices.
And in many other German cities, counter-protesters holding banners which declared 'Refugees Welcome' vastly outnumbered the Pegida-aligned activists. Berlin police said 4,000 people demonstrated against an anti-Islam rally of just 400 protesters.
In Munich, 20,000 people took to the streets to support tolerance and only 1,500 Pegida-aligned protesters showed up. The group was similarly outnumbered in Leipzig, where authorities had already banned marchers from displaying cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed.
Tensions still boiled over on the sidelines of the counter-protest in the city, with police having to deal with bins which were set alight. The protests spread beyond Germany, too. In Norway, around 200 sympathisers with the German protesters marched on the streets of the capital Oslo.
Germany has 4 million Muslims, mostly of Turkish descent, making up around 5 per cent of the population. Chancellor Angela Merkel had slammed the group, saying its founders have 'hatred in their hearts' and declaring at a press conference today: 'Islam belongs to Germany'. 
Sitting alongside Turkish premier Ahmet Davutoglu, she added: 'Germany wants peaceful co-existence of Muslims and members of other religions.'
She said her government was doing everything it could to ensure migrants were being successfully integrated into German society regardless of their religion. 
Other political leaders in Germany had urged Pegida to call off the marches, saying it had no right to whip up hatred against Muslims in the name of solidarity with terror victims.
'If the organisers had a shred of decency they would simply cancel these demonstrations,' Justice Minister Heiko Maas told the daily newspaper Bild. 'It is simply disgusting how the people behind these protests are trying to exploit the despicable crimes in Paris.' 

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