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Reuters: Russia Condemns Syria Attacks, Sees Foreign Hand

15 May

Hightowerlowdown.org

On May 10, 2012  Reuters

(Reuters) -” Russia condemned twin suicide bombings in Syria on Thursday, accusing unspecified foreign countries of encouraging such violence and saying Moscow would not yield to pressure to change its stance on a resolution to the conflict.

In a meeting with the Syrian ambassador to Moscow, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov “decisively condemned the terrorist acts that have taken place in Syria in recent days”, the ministry said in a statement.

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov went further, saying foreign states shared the blame, Russian news agencies reported.

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Feinstein: TSA Molestation “Very Necessary,” Americans Need to Be “Sympathetic” To Groping

15 May

Senator Feinstein wants you to shut up and spread ’em.
MinnesotaIndependent.com

Feinstein: The Gropings Will Continue

I’m always surprised at how my disdain for this woman continues to grow.

The government is milking this C.I.A. leak for all it’s worth.  It is serving many purposes:  Reiterating the terrorist threat, shaming Americans into continuing to put up with more TSA molestation, striking more fear into people who leak information or whistle-blow, and showing off the government’s amazing ability to thwart it’s own plots.

Feinstein says the public “hasn’t been sympathetic” to the poor TSA non-officers molesting us, and says she doesn’t mind the pat-downs. Other government officials do mind the groping, and have in fact described the procedures as molestation.  After speaking out about the thug agency,  the officials have found themselves further targeted by TSA bullies with even more aggressive pat-downs than before, leaving some of the officials with sore testicles.

I want to stress:  The government initially said there were NO plans for the bomb except that the attack was supposed to happen around the anniversary of Bin Laden’s death, May 2.  There was no exact date, no location chosen, no plane tickets purchased, and the government specifically said there was no risk of it being taken aboard a plane They also said we were never in any danger.

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Greece Weighs Technocrat Government – WSJ.com

15 May

Greece Weighs Technocrat Government – WSJ.com.

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This has already been discussed within the last year (link and another link) for a solution in various parts of the world, but I sure don’t remember hearing about technocracy 10 years ago, however I wasn’t exactly reading the news at that time.

It’s too soon for Greece to have the idealistic technocracy.  They have no money to build the infrastructure needed for the smart grid and internet of things.  I also think the global energy network aka worldwide smart grid needs to be further developed as well for efficiency to be maximized, but it could be possible without the whole world being on the same steps in development, I don’t know, I’m not an “expert.” (technocracy– a theory or system of society according to which government is controlled by scientists, engineers, and other experts)  They need the smart grid, intelligence and data facilities, a way to pay for and possibly manufacture new appliances, a new transportation system, and more to efficiently exert total control over all aspects of life.  Of course, not until trans-humanism or some other evolution can I imagine anyone being capable of making apolitical decisions for society.  I have some old Technocracy books I need to pull out and read.  Anyway, I’ll be keeping my eye out for more technocracy talk.

Technocracy Inc.

The Technocracy Study Course

YMF

U.S. Aiding Syrian Rebels, Al Qaeda Aiding Syrian Rebels, Syria Says US Allied to Terrorists

15 May

The U.S. is Aiding Syrian Rebels, Al Qaeda is Aiding Syrian Rebels, Syria Says US Allied to Terorrists…Terrorist-Hunting TSA Still in Your Kid’s Pants

Excerpts from ‘Syria says U.S. allied to “terrorists” in country’ Reuters May 12, 2012

(Reuters) -“ Syria accused the United States and Western countries on Saturday of colluding with al Qaeda-linked militants to target the country, in the wake of a string of explosions in Damascus and Aleppo the government has blamed on foreign-backed fighters.”

“Western countries and the United States, which made alliances to wage wars using the pretext of fighting terrorism, are now making alliances with the terrorists which Syria has been facing,” Information Minister Adnan Hasan Mahmoud told journalists in Damascus on Saturday.”

“He said attacks such as a deadly twin car bombing in Damascus on Wednesday which killed 55 people showed that elements linked to the global militant group al Qaeda were targeting Syria.”

“Opposition to Assad, which began with peaceful protests in March 2011 inspired by popular revolts against other Arab autocratic leaders, has grown increasingly militarized.”

“Western countries, Turkey and Gulf Arab states have vocally supported the opposition movement and offered money for communications tools and other equipment, but only the Gulf has openly called for foreign powers to arm the rebels.”

“Many activists and fighters say Gulf countries are quietly channeling money or weapons to the rebels through private donors.”

“With the truce deal in tatters, many in the opposition have questioned the viability of Annan’s peace plan. The information minister said the opposition and its supporters were trying to thwart the initiative.”

“This is a grave violation of United Nations Security Council resolutions on fighting terrorism and to international envoy Kofi Annan‘s plan. It asks for tangible steps forward from armed groups and their supporting countries, who are trying to foil the mission,” the minister said.”

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Pictures of UN Observer in Syria With Rebels, Civilians, & Man in Shirt With Al Qaeda Symbol

15 May

Here is a U.N. observer with Syrian rebels in April.

U.N. Monitors Tour Rebel-Held Syrian Town
April 22, 2012 nytimes.com
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From The New York Times

“Syria’s state-run news agency, SANA, said United Nations monitors visited the central city of Hama on Sunday, where they met with the governor, while opposition activists said observers visited Rastan, a rebel-held town south of Hama. An amateur video posted online showed two white United Nations vehicles driving in Rastan accompanied by a red pickup truck with the words “Free Army” written on it.”

 

The next photo is from earlier this month.  It shows a U.N. observer walking with a man wearing a shirt with an Al Qaeda flag emblem, according to the caption.  I cannot make out the symbol.

UN Observer with man wearing shirt bearing Al Qaeda Flag, according to caption.
news.daylife.com
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Getty Images 1 week ago

A man wearing a black shirt bearing an Al-Qaeda flag (L) speaks with a UN observer as monitors meet with rebels and civilians in the village of Azzara in the province of Homs on May 4, 2012. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says the unrest in Syria has killed more than 11,000 people since an anti-regime uprising broke out in March last year.”

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