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Where Christian Zionism came from? Nofeembar 4, 2008

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Subj: Bringing in the sheep…..Jim Dean
Date: 1/2/2002 1:38:48 PM Pacific Standard Time
From: Jim W Dean
To: scvemail@yahoogroups.com

Folks,

This is posted as part of my continuing studies of mass sociopolitical deceptions, of which we have been a victim…to learn how they are done, why they succeed, the methods used, and why it is sodifficult to correct them.

The reason I am putting so much time into this is that the same people are orchestrating the attacks on us…laying in the background, using fronts, (more…)

How Hip-Hop Holds Blacks Back Nofeembar 4, 2008

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John H. McWhorter

Not long ago, I was having lunch in a KFC in Harlem, sitting near eight African-American boys, aged about 14. Since 1) it was 1:30 on a school day, 2) they were carrying book bags, and 3) they seemed to be in no hurry, I assumed they were skipping school. They were extremely loud and unruly, tossing food at one another and leaving it on the floor.

Black people ran the restaurant and made up the bulk of the customers, but it was hard to see much healthy “black community” here. After repeatedly warning the boys to stop throwing food and keep quiet, the manager finally told them to leave. The kids ignored her. Only after she called a male security guard did they start slowly making their (more…)

Friday, October 31, Vigil in Support of the People of the Congo Nofeembar 4, 2008

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Having successfully (with Canada’s help) completed the takeover of Rwanda and installed a US friendly regime there – they now move on to Rwanda’s neighbour DRC. Strategic resources like Coltan are the reason. As is to be expected UN forces are deliberately unable to dislodge the ‘rebels’ and the US and EU urge ‘talks’ the results of which will consolidate their control over Congo.

Gordon Brown’s tax raid on pension funds has snatched £17,000 from every worker’s retirement pot, research says today Yet the value of public sector schemes – funded by taxpayers – has soared to an astonishing £1trillion. Opposition MPs, business chiefs and campaigners demanded an investigation into the growing ‘pensions apartheid’. The report, The UK Pensions Crisis, is the work of the TaxPayers’ Alliance and Terry Arthur, a fellow of the Institute of Actuaries. It says Mr Brown’s decision in 1997, when he was Chancellor, to axe tax relief on dividends paid to pension funds has cost private occupational schemes £175billion.

The growing gulf between private and public sectors has become an increasing source of bitterness over recent years and this is particularly acute in the current economic crisis. The average private sector worker retires with a pension pot worth £25,100 – enough to pay them about £1,700 a year. The average public sector worker will retire with a pot of £427,275 – worth £17,091 a year. Private sector workers pay £14billion a year into their own retirement funds, but contribute around £21billion through their taxes for the pensions of retired public sector workers. The cost of unfunded public sector pensions liabilities – what the bill would be if all workers were paid out today – has soared past £1trillion. The TaxPayers’ Alliance also discovered that 17,150 public sector workers have already retired with pension pots worth more than £1million. They include 10,500 NHS workers, 3,680 civil servants, 1,800 teachers and 815 judges.

IEA: US Economic Crisis Indicates the Beginning of the Fall of the American Empire Oktoobar 19, 2008

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17-10-2008

In the Name of Allah, the Most Beneficent, the Most Merciful

The US economy and the credit crisis have reached a phase that can not be easily turned back. Neither America nor the European monetary funds and banks have any effective way out strategy. The European Union Summit in Paris, far from giving any financial shoulder to US to save it from a depression, tried to stay away from the negative impacts of the crisis. In a flurry of efforts to evade the negative spill over of the current US credit crisis, the members of the European Union are openly lambasting the US Administration for its stubborn military approach towards world affairs, which consequently ushered the present financial quagmire. In another word, the current economic crisis is, in fact, a sign of the fall of the American empire.

A distinguished British political analyst in his recently published analysis in the well-known Daily Observer, says that what we are witnessing in the American stock exchange markets are not only shocking but unbelieving. This crisis has brought under question the very economic principles of the West which they believe in; its dimension is so deep and wide that (more…)

US using debts to blackmail Iraq Oktoobar 13, 2008

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“Baghdad is under pressure by Washington to accept the security deal in exchange for clearing all of Iraq’s debts,” Iraqi lawmaker Mohammed Kamid al-Humedawi told Press TV on Wednesday.

The US will be allowed to set up permanent military bases, if Iraq (more…)

World Bank terms economic crisis “a international Jewish bankers made catastrophe” Oktoobar 13, 2008

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Germany unveils 480 billion euro rescue package Oktoobar 13, 2008

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A German government financial rescue scheme includes 80 billion euros (108 billion dollars) in fresh capital for banks and 400 billion euros in loan guarantees, a finance ministry statement said. The measures were discussed and approved by Chancellor (more…)

Lehman Brokerage Lost $400 Billion in Assets Before Bankruptcy Oktoobar 13, 2008

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There are Alternatives to Free Market Capitalism! Oktoobar 13, 2008

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13-10-08

The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990 was heralded as a landmark event in history; it was considered the wholesale rejection of a way of life and end of Communism. The post – WW2 world was dominated by the competition between the Capitalist free market led by the US and state intervention led by the Soviet Union. Francis Fukuyama considered one of the most important living public intellectuals considered the development of ideas to have ended in his ‘end of history’ thesis as there was no meaningful debate left between Marxism and the market.

The Global credit crunch more then a year on shows no (more…)

Cell phone, as a tool for ideological struggle Oktoobar 12, 2008

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A radical new plan is being considered by the UK government to counter growing Taliban public awareness campaign against the invaders in Afghanistan. The programme involves using new media like mobile phones and the internet to propagandise the ordinary Afghans to contradict the prevailing Taliban true message. Non-governmental organisations would distribute mobile phones to Afghans so they can make their own video diaries. Anti-Western films already circulate on Afghanistan’s estimated 6 m mobiles. These films are also distributed among the country’s half a million internet users. Whitehall officials say the aim is to deprive the Taliban of its virtual monopoly on educating Afghans about our evil plans using new media. BBC security correspondent Frank Gardner said there is a growing realisation in Whitehall and Washington that the US-led coalition has been losing the propaganda war in Afghanistan to the Taliban. The coalition’s reputation was particularly damaged by the recent distribution of mobile phone footage showing the bodies of dozens of Afghan civilians martyred in a US-led raid in August, our correspondent added. They’re willing to give poor Afghans mobile phones while there is still a food shortage over there. This isn’t exactly the way to win the war of “hearts and minds.”