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I saw her standing there and I told her she had three beautiful children.

She didn't have to get all angry and threaten me with Islamic Jihad.

It was an honest mistake.

In the Wake of World War II: The European Atrocity You Never Heard About

This has an ugly parallel with America today if it fails.

Germans paid an awful price both during the war and after.



Commonly depicted in European-history textbooks as "Justified Retribution for Nazi Germany's Wartime Atrocities"

Global Research
By Prof. R.M. Douglas
8 June 2014

In the largest episode of forced migration in history, millions of German-speaking civilians were sent to Germany from Czechoslovakia and other European countries after World War II by order of the United States, Britain, and the Soviet Union.

The screams that rang throughout the darkened cattle car crammed with deportees, as it jolted across the icy Polish countryside five nights before Christmas, were Dr. Loch’s only means of locating his patient. The doctor, formerly chief medical officer of a large urban hospital, now found himself clambering over piles of baggage, fellow passengers, and buckets used as toilets, only to find his path blocked by an old woman who ignored his request to move aside. On closer examination, he discovered that she had frozen to death.

Finally he located the source of the screams, a pregnant woman who had gone into premature labor and was hemorrhaging profusely. When he attempted to move her from where she lay into a more comfortable position, he found that “she was frozen to the floor with her own blood.” Other than temporarily stanching the bleeding, Loch was unable to do anything to help her, and he never learned whether she had lived or died. When the train made its first stop, after more than four days in transit, 16 frost-covered corpses were pulled from the wagons before the remaining deportees were put back on board to continue their journey. A further 42 passengers would later succumb to the effects of their ordeal, among them Loch’s wife.

During the Second World War, tragic scenes like those were commonplace, as Adolf Hitler and Joseph Stalin moved around entire populations like pieces on a chessboard, seeking to reshape the demographic profile of Europe according to their own preferences. What was different about the deportation of Loch and his fellow passengers, however, was that it took place by order of the United States and Britain as well as the Soviet Union, nearly two years after the declaration of peace.

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Mad Magazine destroys Obama's Taliban swap

Who is running America or is it WHAT the hell is running America?

Global Crossing, Fraud, Fascist Zionist Neocons, Israel | Parts 1, 2 and 3

More lying, thieving Zionist and Neocon scumbags colluding in crime.


rense.com
By Karl W. B. Schwarz
4 June 2014

Part 1

How could a telecom network be a strategic asset in implementing global fascism? Much easier than you might suspect but detecting or tracking premeditated fraud is not easy to do. It has been said I can track the footsteps of fraud across the concrete sidewalks of DC and NYC.

On August 9, 2012 Jeff Rense and I did a detailed radio show on Global Crossing and how these huge corporate stock frauds are planned, underwritten and then launched on an unsuspecting investing public. The Global Crossing instance was as big one, over $56 billion in money that was fleeced / stolen from investors to build a network that had an agenda and a purpose from its day of inception.

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Yet more of the sickening Neocon Zionist shysters spying and betraying nations for profit.

Part 2

In the previous article about Global Crossing, I posed the question: How could a fiber optic telecom / Internet network be a strategic asset in implementing global fascism? That is not a rhetorical question and I wish there was only one answer to it as being the all-intrusive NSA spying that Edward Snowden made public.

The NSA has been around a long time doing what its name says, National Security Agency. Most of the time NSA is much more clandestine than the CIA because they are not generally out in the field where it can be dangerous and sometimes big scandals happen when a black op blows up in their face.

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This will be the next crisis that rips Europe to pieces, when it appears in the headlines. I imagine the Italian tax police are Delirious with glee. The blowback will go right through the western banking system.

Part 3

When Central Bank rates are under 1% or under 0% as they are now in ECB / EU, and a company is required to pay rates as high as 10.75% to 11.75%, they are usually viewed as a credit risk. The only other possibility is the above-market interest rates are a way to bleed cash out of a company for use in other agendas and the higher than market interest rate is sort of like a Trojan Horse so folks do not wise up to the scheme or the scam. Global Crossing did it before; why not do it again?

Such is the case with this recent announcement by Global Crossing.

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World Needs Record Saudi Oil Supply as OPEC Convenes

Something is not making sense here. US and Canadian inventories are very high, and one hears almost daily about ships being unable to off-load in Europe because of full-tanks, so how can industrial nation's inventories be low??? China has been stockpiling like crazy.

I don't think it's a demand issue; one needs only look at how demand has fallen in the US. More likely people are speculating. Love to know what tanker inventories look like.



Iraqi Oil Minister Abdul Kareem al-Luaibi, center, answers questions at the 164th meeting of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries conference in Vienna, on December 4, 2013 
 Photographer: Alexander Klein/AFP via Getty Images


Bloomberg
By Grant Smith
9 June 2014

OPEC ministers say they will almost certainly leave their oil-production ceiling unchanged when the group meets this week. What really matters for markets is whether Saudi Arabia will respond to global supply shortfalls by pumping a record amount of crude.

Just six months ago, energy analysts predicted output from the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries would climb too high and Saudi Arabia needed to cut to make room for other suppliers. They changed their minds after production from Libya, Iran and Iraq failed to rebound as anticipated, and industrialized nations’ stockpiles fell to the lowest for the time of year since 2008. Saudi Arabia may need to pump a record 11 million barrels a day by December to cover the other member nations, says Energy Aspects Ltd., a consultant.

“Now it’s not whether the Saudis will make room, but whether they’ll keep it going and maintain enough spare capacity,” said Jamie Webster, a Washington-based analyst at IHS Inc., an industry researcher. “OPEC is increasingly having a hard time just doing its job of bringing all the barrels needed.”

Even as the North American shale revolution propels U.S. production to a three-decade peak, supply in other parts of the world is faltering. A battle for political control in Libya, pipeline attacks in Iraq and prolonged sanctions against Iran are preventing those nations from reviving output. While U.S. crude inventories rose to a record in April, restrictions on exports are keeping those supplies in the country, tempering forecasts that global oil prices will decline this year.

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UAVs, Stealth, Carriers, Amphibs: DoD Report Details China’s Weapons

China is moving ahead in quantum leaps now.

They are getting ready to rumble if needed, to protect their interests. America will get run over in a conflict.




Breaking Defense
By Colin Clark
5 June 2014

WASHINGTON: The People’s Liberation Army has practiced jamming GPS signals, according to a Pentagon report today. The Chinese are testing those and other electronic warfare weapons and they have “proven effective.”

China plans to launch 100 satellites through 2015, including “imaging, remote sensing, navigation, communication, and scientific satellites, as well as manned spacecraft,” says a special section headlined ”Special Topic: Reconnaissance Satellites” in the annual Pentagon report to Congress about China’s military capabilities and intentions. (Note: that includes manned spacecraft and most of the satellites mentioned are weather, agriculture and related satellites — not advanced spy satellites.)

In another “special section,” this one about low observable technology, the Pentagon report lists weapons “demonstrated” last year:

“In February 2013, the PLA Navy launched the first ship in the new Type 056 class of corvettes, which incorporates stealth features making it more difficult to detect using radar. Although these ships can fulfill a variety of missions, they increase the PLA Navy’s ability to impose a naval blockade on Taiwan.

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