Sunday, January 27, 2008

Sunday, January 27, 2008

Sunday, January 27, 2008:

  1. The National Post has covered the Hal Turner story.  Oddly enough, they don’t appear to have covered the similar Richard Warman story, though they have printed Ezra Levant’s criticisms of Warman.

  2. In a year in which Hillary’s campaign slogan is “I’m not black”, Obama’s campaign slogan is “I’m not a woman”, the Republican candidate’s slogan will be simply “I’m neither”, the new racial slur in the United States to replace ‘nigger’ – according again to the Post (which I caution is still the world’s worst newspaper) – is “Canadian”.

  3. Although it is of course not always obvious from the coverage, the Peter Hain funding scandal is part of the international More Wars for the Jews Party scandal.  An obfuscation campaign to hide the real nature of the scandal has begun (note the tiny amount of money involved).

  4. Speaking of funding  . . .

  5. Via Covert History, “Did the LAPD Send Lee Harvey Oswald to Russia?”  Interesting coincidences, but of course no direct proof.  Where would you look to find proof?

  6. The most recent “Weekly Report: On Israeli Human Rights Violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territory”.

  7. Move Over US – China To Be New Driver Of World's Economy And Innovation”:  “The study's indicators predict that China will soon pass the United States in the critical ability to develop basic science and technology, turn those developments into products and services – and then market them to the world.”

  8. It seems that not even the embarrassment of being absolutely wrong over and over again will stop the Iran Talk.  Pathetic.

  9. I’ve been saying for some time that the Arabs have to stop waiting for help from elsewhere and follow the Hezbollah model of making their own luck.  The Jewish Billionaires and the two-faced American Jewish community will ensure for the foreseeable future that the world is against the Palestinians.  We are witnessing what may be the biggest development in years.  The destruction of the wall between Gaza and Egypt (what the Jewish Billionaires are nervously calling a ‘shopping spree’), and the odd reaction of Egypt since, appears to be part of a Hamas-Egyptian plan.  Hamas has one big thing that Egypt needs:  the ability to be a moderating influence on the Muslim Brotherhood (this factor means that Egypt has no motivation to try to make Gaza an Egyptian colony).  If Hamas can use Egypt to break out of the stifling trap of being completely dependent on Israel, it would completely alter the balance of power, all without the need to rely on non-existent Israeli or American or European morality.

  10. Rupert’s finally tipped his hand.  More later.