Monday, October 04, 2010

Monday, October 4, 2010

"Door-to-door spies in Utah County?"  Debunking attempt:  "Utah residents fear ‘Israeli art students’ prying into NSA data center"

"Touchdown after the ban: George Galloway arrives in Canada"  The Jews had him on the front page above the fold with a big photo:  "'Gorgeous George' to sue Ottawa over privacy":
"Canada was once admired and loved around the world, but is now seen as “no more than an embassy for [Israeli Prime Minister] Benjamin Netanyahu,” and “a trumpet for the most extreme Israeli politicians,” the anti-war former British MP George Galloway told an audience on Sunday in a downtown Toronto United Church, his first Canadian appearance since being banned by the government last year.

He said Jerusalem is being “ethnically cleansed” of Christian Arabs and Muslims, and that Palestinians in the Jenin refugee camp look out from their shanties to see their former homes and gardens in Haifa being “enjoyed by foreigners” from New York, London and Toronto.

He said the war in Afghanistan has been in vain and will end on negotiated terms that were available without the military invasion, and he called for a one-country solution to the Middle East crisis."
Galloway actually lost the court case on technical grounds, but the judge went out of his way to tear a strip off the  'embassy for Benjamin Netanyahu', aka Jason Kenney and the Conservative government.

Unable to nuke innocent civilians in Iran and assuage their terrible fang-pain, he Israelis are desperate to take credit for this Stuxnet worm. Lame: 'a learned cross-linguistic wordplay'.

Ecuador coup:  the Americans learn once again that you can't get good help these days.

The Americans cleverly avoided having Victor Bout defending himself in an American court by stating he was doing all those awful things while working for the American government:
"The delay stems from a second set of charges filed against Bout by Washington as a precautionary measure to secure his extradition, a move that is now ironically stalling the process and could even scuttle it if there are long legal delays."
Ironically? How about, intentionally? I think somebody in the Department of Justice is due for a promotion.
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