Monthly Archives: October 2010

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah Warns of International Investigators

#Nasrallah: The Special Investigation Committee made many requests including the files from private universities from 2003-2006.

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#Nasrallah: Telephones and SMS messages from 2003 until now were all given to the Special Investigation Committee.

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#Nasrallah: The Committee also requested passports from the Lebanese General Security.

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#Nasrallah: 893 Lebanese peoples’ fingerprints were requested as well as DNA information and geographical information

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#Nasrallah: They wanted everything regarding Lebanon’s geography from border to border; valleys, mountains, everything.

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#Nasrallah: We also do know that the data & the information given to the Special Committee is then given to Western intelligence and Israel

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These are some live and translated tweets from Thursday night’s speech by Hassan Nasrallah. Not to be taken as the literal translations, do bare in mind the silly 140-characters restriction for all tweets. Since then I haven’t been able to come across an un-biased article so it’s only right that I post the speech instead:

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Nuclear: The Eyes focus on what it Wants

Israel airs footage of nuclear reactor Date: 24th October 2010 Source: Ma’an News TEL AVIV (Ma’an) — Rare footage of an Israeli nuclear reactor in the Galilee was aired by Israeli TV on Saturday evening, marking the first time Israel’s … Continue reading

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Israel: "Infiltrators at the Border"

It’s disgusting: even at the side bar is an image of the “Infiltrators at the border” * * * * * Bibi may pay to deport migrants Attila Somfalvi Date: 27th October 2010 Source: Ynet Prime minister fears ‘demographic imbalance,’ … Continue reading

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We're all just Trying to Find our Humanity

We’re all just trying to find our humanity. by DinosaurMuffin on Polyvore.com * * * * * http://www.youtube-nocookie.com/v/rHsx3tFZDOk?fs=1&hl=en_GB Lyrics : I need another story Something to get off my chest My life gets kinda boring Need something that I can … Continue reading

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Trapped in a Maze of Mirrored Routine Lies

trapped inside
time goes by
walls are moving
keeps on changing
a maze of mirrored lies

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The politics of fear includes silence. Silence in the face of atrocities, silence whenever the next bully demands it, but above all, the fear of being labeled as being too partisan.
In a perfect world , opposing forces could settle their differences, via mutual compromise, and various attempts have shown, that this is NOT a silly notion. On the other hand, neither the notion of a republic nor a democracy can muster enough strength to garner public support, when the public is being deceived 24/7 .

I applaud Julian Assange for walking out on the CNN interview. This was nothing more than another attempt at tabloid journalism, a smear campaign directed towards the person of Assange, rather than focusing on the information being leaked. CNN, much like Fox News, is another lapdog for the elites, only not quite as obvious as Fox.

“It is not a problem; it is an ongoing catastrophe”

If you double click the video you can read some of the great comments:
“Silence is the music of fascism and the anthem of tyranny” ~~carefulcarpenter

It is not irresponsible or partisan for WikiLeaks to publish possible evidence of complicity in torture

Every time WikiLeaks puts facts into the public domain, first about the war in Afghanistan and now about Iraq, it is accused of partisanship and irresponsibility. The US defence secretary, Robert Gates, said on 29 July that the release of 90,000 classified documents about the war in Afghanistan endangered Afghan lives. Little more than two weeks later, Gates admitted in a letter to Carl Levin, chairman of the Senate armed services committee, that the disclosures did not reveal any significant national intelligence secrets. The Pentagon’s review had not to date “revealed any sensitive intelligence sources and methods compromised by this disclosure”. This does not stop the same charge being made now about the release of almost 400,000 US documents on Iraq. Continue reading

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WikiLeaks: Darkly Determined to Silence the "Threat"

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“Freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own one” – Abbott Joseph Liebling

“If we don’t believe in freedom of expression for people we despise, we don’t believe in it at all” – Noam Chomsky

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… Whiton ends with the following plea: “How much will our information-collection capabilities have to be diminished, and how many of our friends and collaborators around the world must die, before President Obama and his friends on Capitol Hill start caring more about national security?”

Assange has also been attacked by the Times columnist Hugo Rifkind – albeit in far more moderate terms.

“I find Julian Assange … a frighteningly amoral figure,” he writes today. “It’s partly the concept of unredacted leaking in itself that makes a mockery of everything journalistic ethics ought to be.

The dangers are not in what is being said but what is being done. The words are nothing in comparison to the actions; the doings and continuation of warcrimes <– that is what puts America in danger. Continue reading

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Iraq: Tariq Aziz sentenced to death

If this move does not tell you how the US-infected the Iraqi Government is then I don’t know what the heck will. Even though I don’t know enough about Tariq Aziz’s past I can tell you one thing, this unusual … Continue reading

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