- A report from the front-line on the Fall of the Republic
- Two of the weapons being most frequently used against
common people everywhere are omissions and the not-so-carefully constructed
lies. Here are just three examples that will ultimately have a huge impact
on just how much of the current takedown will eventually either be deadly
or will contribute to a critically diminished understanding of just how
deadly this attack upon the world may ultimately turn out to be.
- The first is a breaking video from Finland, wherein the
swine flu is clearly identified as far more than a major threat to five
billion people. It is a massive and illegal money-stream for creatures
like Rumsfeld and the puppet-masters in addition to hastening their control
over the planet. This is the primary vehicle that will be used in combination
with Martial Law to
- infect and to kill millions of people. And there is no
justification whatever for these now mandatory shots that are themselves
the killing-machine which these bogus shots are supposedly designed to
- The second weapon involves a diminished report on the
crimes committed against Palestine, in GAZA, in the Goldstone Report to
- "Gaza, October 28, 2009, (Pal Telegraph) - There
was much praise for the UN investigations into war crimes committed inGaza,
led by Richard Goldstone. However, I feel that this report did not go far
enough to investigate some other more serious allegations that were made.
- There is a sense of urgency to bring this investigation
forward and to put those responsible on trial but one must understand that
something much more sinister did not even get a mention and has since been
swept under the carpet.
- Let's take a closer look at some aspects of this report
which certainly showed a distinct weakness in the team's ability to understand
what constitutes a breach of the Geneva Convention.
- Quote from item 46: the Mission finds that the conduct
of the Israeli armed forces constitute grave breaches of the Fourth Geneva
Convention in respect of wilful killings and wilfully causing great suffering
to protected persons and as such give rise to individual criminal responsibility.
It also finds that the direct targeting and arbitrary killing of Palestinian
civilians is a violation of the right to life.
- Quote from item 47: The last incident concerns the launch
of a bomb on a house resulting in the killing of 22 family members. Israel's
position in this case is that there was an "operational error"
and that the intended target was a neighbouring house storing weapons.
On the basis of its investigation, the Mission expresses significant doubts
about the Israeli authorities' account of the incident. The Mission concludes
that, if indeed a mistake was made, there could not be said to be a case
of wilful killing. State responsibility of Israel for an internationally
wrongful act, however, would remain.
- Response to item 46 and 47: Even if an operational mistake
was made it still constitutes wilful killing as such bombs were dropped
in areas of dense population and thus had the correct target been hit the
civilians in the adjacent target area would have died or been severely
- Quote from Item 48: Based on its investigation of incidents
involving the use of certain weapons such as white phosphorous and flechette
missiles, the Mission, while accepting that white phosphorous is not at
this stage proscribed under international law, finds that the Israeli armed
forces were systematically reckless in determining its use in built-up
areas. Moreover, doctors who treated patients with white phosphorous wounds
spoke about the severity and sometimes untreatable nature of the burns
caused by the substance. The Mission believes that serious consideration
should be given to banning the use of white phosphorous in built-up areas.
As to flechettes, the Mission notes that they are an area weapon incapable
of discriminating between objectives after detonation. They are; therefore,
particularly unsuitable for use in urban settings where there is reason
to believe civilians may be present." There is much more in the whole
article, together with diagrams. (2)
- And finally there are the new controls over the internet,
via the Domain Name System, by which so many of us are allowed to exist!
- "Well, we can add another dubious decision to the
list of sacrifices the Obama Administration has made to alter of international
engagement. Today it was announced that the Obama Administration had agreed
to cede much U.S. control over the non-profit Internet Corporation for
Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) that regulates and manages the Domain
Name System under which Internet Protocol addresses and registration of
top-level domains like .org and .com are assigned. According to a story
in the Guardian:
- The deal, part of a contract negotiated with the US department
of commerce, effectively pushes California-based Icann towards a new status
as an international body with greater representation from companies and
governments around the globe.
- Icann had previously been operating under the auspices
of the American government, which had control of the net thanks to its
initial role in developing the underlying technologies used for connecting
computers together. But the fresh focus will give other countries a more
prominent role in determining what takes place online, and even the way
in which it happens opening the door for a virtual United Nations,
where many officials gather to discuss potential changes to the internet.
- Under the previous arrangement, the U.S. government retained
veto power over ICANN's decisions. Although the U.S.government was very
hands-off with managing ICANN, the relationship helped insulate the Internet
from political influence of states threatened or frustrated by the freedom
of that medium. As discussed in a 2005 Heritage WebMemo, the United Nations
has sought for some time to acquire authority over ICANN at the behest
of a number of countries who wish to tax or regulate it. As noted in the
- For decades, the Internet has developed with a minimum
of government interference. The core governance of the medium has been
performed by non-governmental entities and overseen by the U.S. government,
which has exercised a light regulatory touch. It is no coincidence that
the medium has prospered from this benign neglect, growing from a research
curiosity into a major force in the world economy and an invaluable venue
for the exchange of information.
- The result of a UN-controlled and regulated Internet
would be that non-democratic countries that oppose the right to free speech
such as China and grasping, anti-market impulses like those of the European
Union would have a greater voice in guiding the Internet in a direction
away from "freedom, education, and innovation." If the Internet
cannot be a government-free zone, it should be governed in a manner that
minimizes restrictions rather than imposing international standards that
restrict Internet freedom. Given the stakes, the U.S. must stand firm and
reject efforts to internationalize governance of the Internet.
- Quite simply, the decision of the Obama administration
increases the vulnerability of the Internet to political pressure, censorship,
and strangling regulation and taxation. Welcome to "responsibility
and leadership in the 21st century" under the Obama Administration."
- What connects all three of these weapons of confusion
and misdirection are incomplete reporting, coupled with the public's Apathy
over the very things that will destroy us; unless we act to prevent these
complexities from becoming basic parts of the current facts of life.
- 1) Finland's Health Minister Blasts Swine Flu BS - video
- 2) Did Richard Goldstone hide more sinister crimes in
Gaza? - Part 1: White Phosphorus and Flechettes
- 3) Ceding the Internet to Global Governance