Friday, 26 January 2007
The U.S. has promised to spend another 10.6 billion on top of the 14.6 it has already "given" in "aid" not including cost of the war this does not include 360 billion on the Iraq war. Check out the link http://nationalpriorities.org/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=182
The U.S. needs to attract about $2.5 billion a day from foreign investors to keep the dollar steady and fund a current- account deficit that widened to a record $225.6 billion in the third quarter of last year.
So If the world stops investing in the United States, stops trading in the dollar and stops buying American products then The U.S.A would not have the money to be so aggressive to other countries that don't do as they say.
So do yourselves a favour stop using Microsoft windows ( which intelligence agencies can Hack at the drop of a hat and switch to Linux!
Thursday, 25 January 2007
George Bush in his speech to the union said he wanted to cut petrol consumption by 20%. There is an easy 3 point plan which will reduce consumption by 30%
1. Stop your spoilt ugly twin daughters going off to Argentina to party every 5 minutes. There's 10%
2. Stop secret agents making wasted journeys to harass people for not doing what you want and travelling abroad to make up stories about weapons of mass destruction. There's another 10%
http://willdo.philadelphiaweekly.com/archives/2007/01/81yearold_liber.html great story and a warning for anyone who thinks Bush should be hanged LOL
3. Stop sending the fleet to threaten Iran because they don't agree with you. there's another 10%
See how easy it is for anyone with more than 5 brain cells.
Quote from Congressman Jerry McNerney
"Tonight, President Bush began his State of the Union address by calling for a new era of cooperation in addressing issues of great importance to the American people. If the president is serious about matching his words with deeds, I am ready to work with him on so many critical issues.
"I am optimistic about the lofty cooperative goals the president laid out. Yet, at the same time, I know that the best predictor of the future is the past — and that gives me pause.
"In his last six State of the Union addresses, President Bush has addressed the need for a rational, comprehensive energy policy and the need to move toward greater energy independence. Yet America is now more dependent on foreign oil than when President Bush took office."
On Tuesday the Travel Industry Association released it's survey conducted on travellers from 16 countries who ranked The U.S the most unfriendly country in the world to visit! Darn I was planning a trip now I will have to cancel and book a holidayl instead in the "hotel Paradisio" in Iraq. It has to be the friendlier than the U.S!
Wednesday, 24 January 2007
"For too long our nation has been dependent on foreign oil, and this dependence leaves us more vulnerable to hostile regimes, and to terrorists - who could cause huge disruptions of oil shipments... raise the price of oil... and do great harm to our economy."
The previous quote shows that the U.S.A. realises it can not just invade a country for oil supplies or to turn around the currency in which oil is traded, using some made up story about weapons of mass destruction
I loved the way he opened the speech with how he was the first to say "madam speaker" there's that got to be first, strongest or best mentality again.
Oh yes Iran and Syria should keep on their toes with Bush's ominous words "as we enter 2007 with large endeavours under way and other that are ours to begin"
In the U.K. it looks like Tony Blair is feeling uncomfortable about his misjudgement to invade Iraq. He's not even turning up to a high profile debate in the house of commons choosing to go to a business conference instead. Seeing as we live in a democracy, MPs will not be able to vote on a change of policy in Iraq.
Here's another quote showing what a democracy the U.K. is:
"Mr Blair has promised to make a statement to the Commons on the situation in Iraq once he has assessed the success of the Army's Operation Sinbad in Basra."
I would like to know what qualifications Blair has to make such a far reaching decision. Oh yes I remember, he has an "ology" in American president butt licking!
Tuesday, 23 January 2007
Yesterday a video was "intercepted" by the website siteinstitute.org claiming to be from the deputy of Al Qaeda. The website in question is backed by loyal (or should that be mental) Bush supporters and one of the partners of the site was picked by Bush to post articles on Homeland security! It is as pro-Bush as I am anti-Bush
I thought today I would just provide the sites for you to look and make you own assessment rather than repeat what has been said before.
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2005/3/13/155010/007 The daily Kos has already written a piece on the Siteinstitute when the caught out C.B.S "60 minutes" program when they alleged that some farmers in Georgia were terrorists.
http://www.siteinstitute.org/index.html This is the site that claims to have intercepted the video. By the way S.I.T.E stands for Search for International Terrorist Entities Which stinks of Whitehouse influence.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/middle_east/6289195.stm BBC page where you can read about the story.
Please feel free to leave comments letting me know what you think.
Monday, 22 January 2007
Here is a quote from George Bush "the best way to convince them [Congress] that this makes sense is to implement it and show them that it works." and Bush likes the world to believe America is a democracy. In fact it has more in common with Hitler's Germany than a democratic nation. Instead of Jews it is Muslims that are being persecuted and in years to come we will look back and and wince at the Muslim genocide that Bush has created.
He will argue in his State of the Union speech that "what happens in Iraq matters to your security here at home." I would like to ask how someone who has psychiatric problems I.e. delusional paranoia can run a country...oh yes Hitler and Pol Pot got away with it.
Now he is going to start an arms race with Russia or at the very least raise tensions in Europe by planning to expand its missile "shield" in Czech Republic and Poland. Washington says it needs interceptor missiles in Europe to stop attacks by states like Iran or North Korea. If either of these countries attacked Europe - not that they have ever shown aggression to Europe- what has it got to do with the U.S.A. well if the U.K. is anything to go by it needs to protect its spy network listening in on phone conversations.
Quote from the guardian (Link Here)
"There is plenty of evidence showing that in recent years the NSA and GCHQ have listened to enemies, European allies and neutral countries. A leaked NSA memo shows they targeted six swing countries on the UN security council in the run up to the Iraq war last year. At least two of those countries have confirmed they were bugged"
Here in the U.K. the U.S.A. (National Security Agency) monitors 100,000's of phone calls ,emails and faxes a minute. See we do live in a nanny state and the government has a baby monitor. Try an experiment when on the phone to your friends or family say words like terrorist, bomb, c4, tnt, al-Qaeda and see if you hear a click or the line goes echoey .Their listening stations pick up certain words that they think terrorist groups would use. Have fun!
Please feel free to comment or if you work for NSA and GCHQ and want to send me stuff to publish please do.