Friday, 16 October 2015

BBC Panorama, The Rothschilds; Power; Animals


MI5 helped BBC fake interview?





  1. Crow and kitten are friends: that's awesome. I love the way they play together with their fun rough and tumble. It's so they funny where the kitten jumps out from behind the wall to frighten the crow and then they play about.

    And the The crow understands the danger of the road and teaches the kitten about it. Amazing.

  2. The Rich in America exposes how the mega rich control the politicians and politics. The politicians please the rich and then get top jobs in the ruling elite's companies. The revolving door: sometimes they go back and forth between government and the private sector to make changes that benefits the industries they are involved with.

    The libertarians make me laugh. Storms Clouds Gathering is an excellent libertarian site exposing what the ruling elite are up to. Except that libertarianism was started up by the ruling elite to replace fascism when it failed to put and end to democracy.

    I tell libertarians under their YouTube videos that the ruling elite have always run the government. The ruling elite liked it when only wealthy men could vote and the government was there only to enhance their businesses prospects . And so the mega rich became politicians. But when ordinary people fought for more democracy and it started to be more representative they didn't like that and so they first approved and assisted fascism, but when that became discredited they started up libertarianism to end democracy instead.

    But getting rid of democracy won't end the power of the mega rich, it will just enhance it, and this is what they want. Too many libertarians see the government as some sort of separate entity, a thing in itself attacking both the rich and ordinary people. They think that politicians are just government people out to tax everyone and fill the country with bureaucracy. But George Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld came from the aristocracy. They were mega rich businessmen first and politicians second. Other politicians, like Obama, are just puppets who fill their governments with more aristocrats. The government is the elite in control, but they hate it that intellectuals in middle class can call on them to answer for some of their crimes.

    "Germany plans to put Bush and Cheney on trial for war crimes. "

    "Will Germany, a nation still occupied by US troops after WWII, dare to put Bush and his cronies on trial for torture and other war crimes?'

    "These six American war criminals have already admitted to authorizing torture. From left to right: President George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, Donald Rumsfeld, George Tenet. Even the New York Times (see here) has called for their prosecution. Nobel Peace prize winner Barack Obama has refused to take action, since his own war crimes are even greater. Now Germany has decided to step in and start the ball rolling. (LD)'

    LD: The comment about the CIA suitcase torture reminds me of some information I received from a corespondent of mine a few months ago. He said that Israeli advisors were always to be found at Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq, at Bagram base in Afghanistan, and at all the other American torture camps scattered over the globe.

    "What was particularly appalling, apart from Israeli advisors suggesting ever more ingenious methods of making life unbearable for detainees, most of whom were innocent, was the fact that American doctors were always at hand to advise how much torture could be applied before the victim died in agony. Gerald Thomson, professor of medicine emeritus at Columbia University, notes disapprovingly: “Physicians were transformed into agents of the military and performed acts that were contrary to medical ethics.”

    Who invented the CIA suitcase torture is unknown, but it was probably an Israeli advisor, according to my source, who thought up the idea of smearing the inside of the suitcase with excrement and vomit before ramming the petrified prisoner inside.'

    More here:

  3. You're happy with long rambling comments featuring several straw men, but block (succinct, polite, reasoned) responses.

    You taken a job in Fleet Street ?