published by Tom Sullivan on Mon, 2012-10-22 18:13
Swedish Radio News reports that the Nordic nations are planning a joint formal protest to Israel for its treatment of peace activists on the Ship to Gaza vessel Estelle. The Estelle was trying to bring supplies to the Gaza Strip by sea, when it was seized by Israeli forces in international waters Saturday.
Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt told the joint government-parliamentary Foreign Policy Council Monday that Sweden is not satisfied with how Israel has acted.
published by Tom Sullivan on Sat, 2012-10-13 09:37
The EU enthusiastically welcomed the announcement, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel calling the decision “wonderful,” and vowing to press for closer integration in the EU. "The fact that the Nobel Committee has honored this idea is both a spur and an obligation, also for me in a very personal way," she told reporters.
Martin Schulz, president of the EU Parliament said he was “deeply touched and honored” by the prize. “The EU is a unique project that replaced war with peace, hate with solidarity.”
published by Tom Sullivan on Wed, 2012-06-20 07:42
A Jordanian UN observer in Syria says the head of the United Nations Surveillance Mission (UNSMIS) in the country is a spy. The monitor claims General Robert Mood is gathering critical coordinates and visiting military bases for his own purposes.
When he boarded his flight from London to Oslo, Farouk al-Kasim, a young Iraqi geologist, knew his life would never again be the same. Norway was a country about as different as it was possible to imagine from his home, the Iraqi port city of Basra. He had no job to go to, and no idea of how he would make a living in the far north. It was May 1968 and al-Kasim had just resigned from his post at the Iraq Petroleum Company. To do so, he had had to come to the UK, where the consortium of western companies that still controlled most of his country’s oil production had its headquarters.
The first to respond to the Utoya massacre were boaters, fishermen and others near the island, who arrived long before police and were responsible for saving many lives. Like the 9-11 first responders, they were not invited to the upcoming memorial ceremony. Is this just a case of bad manners, bad planning, or have they been dissed for some other, unknown reason?
published by Tom Sullivan on Sat, 2011-08-06 10:31
Adrian Salbuchi from Buenos Aires talks about the possible Zionist involvement in the bombings in Oslo and the massacre on Utøya island by Anders Breivik Behring on 22 July 2011 and the attempt by the mass media to divert attention from it by blaming the "extreme right".
Adrian Salbuchi aus Buenos Aires untersucht die mögliche zionistische Verwicklung in den Bombenanschlägen von Oslo und dem Massaker von der Utøya-Insel durch Anders Behring Breivik vom 22. Juli 2011 und den Versuch der Massenmedien, die Aufmerksamkeit davon abzulenken und vielmehr "rechtsextreme", nationalistische Gruppierungen dafür verantwortlich zu machen.
Theanti-Muslimblogger"Fjordman"is one of theanti-Muslimideologuesandbloggers whosuspected terroristAndersBehringBreivikquotesextensively inhisso-calledmanifesto.Evenbefore theManifestobecame knownto the publicit was clear thatBehringBreivikpraisedthe anonymousbloggeron the internet.
published by Tom Sullivan on Fri, 2011-07-29 09:09
Israelis are the likely place to look for who has a motive in facilitating this terror. No-doubt no-one at the top would consider what happened wise - nor in Israel's benefit, but that does not mean a rogue element did not act unilaterally.
published by Tom Sullivan on Thu, 2011-07-28 13:16
This video is not saying with any certainty that this was a false flag but simply aiming to provoke people into questioning the motives of the perpetrator beyond that of being simply the "lone gunman". Look deeper into every aspect of what happened, was he the only gunmen on the island when early reports suggest there were two? Was there suspicious behaviour at the bombing location on the previous evening? Where his views entirely self originating or was he influenced in any way by people who could benefit?
published by Tom Sullivan on Wed, 2011-07-27 10:01
Our sincere apologies to Anders Breivik, who is guilty of nothing more than sharing the same first and last names as the Andres Brehring Breivik, the Oslo mass-murderer. It was not in any way our intention to impune your character or reputation.
July 25, 2011 "Israel National News" -- Anders Behring Breivik, the man being held for Friday's shooting at an island off the coast of Norway, expressed anti-Islamic sentiments in English in the past and was an enthusiastic supporter of Israel...
Some of the ‘pearls’ produced by the pro-war Jewish rightwing hours before the massacre:
“In the latest example of Norwegian collaboration with the enemies of the Jews, Norwegian Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Stoere declared, “Norway believes it is perfectly legitimate for the Palestinian president to turn to the United Nations” to seek recognition of an independent Palestinian state.”
“Today, Norway is effectively under the occupation of anti-Semitic leftists and radical Muslims, and appears willing to help enable the destruction of the Jewish state of Israel.”
“Norway’s Labor Party lawmaker Anders Mathisen has gone even further and publicly denied the Holocaust.” While the Norwegian political establishment and opinion-maker elite may not have reached that point of lunacy just yet, they do tend to treat Muslims as the victims of Israeli oppression.”
published by Tom Sullivan on Mon, 2011-07-25 18:00
Anders turns out to be a Christian Zionist with links to the EDL. Utoya turns out to be an island where heavily pro Palestinian activities were taking place. The Sun, Sky News and the BBC still tried to push "the convert" line. Interesting times.
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