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Post  tgII on Wed 11 Jul 2012, 00:15

Yeah, Kapis, apologies, should have included that image of HC as well.

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 12 Jul 2012, 00:11

TG, you did , it was this one , Very Happy it must be her bill-tease pose from the early days , old habits stay deep (:

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 13 Jul 2012, 12:33

G4S - The Largest Security firm in the world employing nearly 700 000 people, that means a certain amount of "insecurity" is required to keep these people in work, or at least the "perception or fear" of insecurity
Our key strengths
Our business characteristics include a number of key strengths
Integrated security solutions
G4S is able to design and manage security solutions that bring together its capabilities in project management, risk consultancy, secure facilities services, physical security, intelligent systems and high quality security-trained personnel to address the security challenges faced by a broad range of customers around the world.
Cash solutions expertise
Understanding and managing cash cycles is one of the group’s core skills. Central banks, commercial banks and retailers outsource their cash management to G4S as the group has the capability and experience to drive substantial efficiencies in the system, whilst achieving maximum return for its customers over the longer term.
Government partnerships
Government outsourcing is a strong, long-term source of growth as public sector spending remains under pressure and governments turn to the private sector to provide a number of outsourced services. Government contracts, which represented approximately 27% of group revenues for the year ended 31 December 2011, tend to be long-term strategic partnerships, with recurring revenues.
Strong developing markets presence
G4S’s global presence, market share and experience of working in developing markets constitute key strengths. Relatively high levels of GDP growth in certain developing markets, increasing demand for security services and G4S’s ability to export its experience from its operations in more developed markets drive positive revenue and margin development for the group in developing markets.
Solutions approach
Each individual area of the business is a driver of value for the group, however it is when they come together that they truly make a difference. Exporting G4S’s government expertise to new countries, leveraging its cash solutions model across developing markets and using its global risk management and security capabilities to protect some of the world’s best known brands across international markets, drive even greater value for the group.


Cock up in the run up to olympic security or just part of the overall secure developments

The depth of the crisis over G4S's Olympic security preparations became increasingly clear on Thursday as recruits revealed details of a "totally chaotic" selection process and police joined the military in bracing themselves to fill the void left by the private security contractor.

Guards told how, with 14 days to go until the Olympics opening ceremony, they had received no schedules, uniforms or training on x-ray machines. Others said they had been allocated to venues hundreds of miles from where they lived, been sent rotas intended for other employees, and offered shifts after they had failed G4S's own vetting.

The West Midlands Police Federation reported that its officers were being prepared to guard the Ricoh Arena in Coventry, which will host the football tournament, amid concerns G4S would not be able to cover the security requirements.

"We have to find officers until the army arrives and we don't know where we are going to find them from," said Chris Jones, secretary of the federation.

G4S has got a £284m contract to provide 13,700 guards, but only has 4,000 in place. It says a further 9,000 are in the pipeline.

G4S sent an urgent request on Thursday to retired police asking them to help. A memo to the National Association of Retired Police Officers said: "G4S Policing Solutions are currently and urgently recruiting for extra support for the Olympics. These are immediate starts with this Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday available. We require ex-police officers ideally with some level of security clearance and with a Security Industry Association [accreditation], however neither is compulsory."

Robert Brown, a former police sergeant, told the Guardian that he pulled out of the recruitment process for the Games after seeing it close at hand.

He said: "They were trying to process hundreds of people and we had to fill out endless forms. It was totally chaotic and it was obvious to me that this was being done too quickly and too late."

Another G4S trainee, an ex-policeman, described the process as "an utter farce".

He added: "There were people who couldn't spell their own name. The staff were having to help them. Most people hadn't filled in their application forms correctly. Some didn't know what references were and others said they didn't have anyone who could act as a referee. The G4S people were having to prompt them, saying things like "what about your uncle?"

Tim Steward, a former prison officer, said he was recruited by G4S in March as a team leader but said he would not be working at the Games because of a series of blunders.Steward said he provided documentation for vetting but G4S had said it did not have the information on record and so closed his file. The security firm then offered him a training session at short notice, which he could not attend, but it did not offer an alternative.

A recruit who was interviewed in March and completed training last month, said: "There are people like me that are vetted and trained in security and would be happy to work, but can't. Some of the classes were of around 200 in size with only two trainers accommodating the training for a class of this size.

"I am yet to hear from G4S regarding my screening, accreditation, uniform or even a rough start date. I know many people also who will be commencing work on 27 July who have had absolutely no scheduled on-site training. They are simply being chucked into their role on x-ray machines, public screening areas and even athlete screening areas."

Another guard who has been trained as an x-ray operator, complained that he was unable to get through to G4S to find out when and where he was meant to be working, and was once left on hold on the phone for 38 minutes.

One student applicant said he had already spent £650 on travel and hotel bills to attend training and was now worried that, because he had not received any accreditation or rota from G4S, he might not be given the shifts that would enable him to cover those costs. He said he had expected to earn about £2,000 over the period of the Games.

G4S's own Facebook page for new recruits is littered with similar complaints.

"They've placed me in Manchester and I want to work in London," wrote Glenn Roseman. "Some idiot has changed my location, I'm never going to get any work now."

Christian Smith complained: "I did the training course, passed, and got my own security industry association licence, only to fail G4S vetting. Two days after I got their letter, they rang me, and asked me what days I could work."

Rickie Hill reported that he had been sent someone else's schedule.

Billy Edmunds said that he had been told on the telephone that he was to work four day shifts at the ExCel Centre, only to find when he checked the system later that he had been allocated three night shifts at a different location which he could not attend. "I give up," he said. "Thanks for wasting my time for eight months G4S."

The Guardian put the allegations to G4S. A spokesman for the company responded: "We are unable to respond to the specific questions you raise because to do so would involve pulling staff, who are working hard to mobilise the 2012 workforce, off the work they are doing.

"We will enquire into the claims that are made and we take very seriously any allegation of poor standards on our part."

In The Uk G4S , SERCO and RELIANCE have sewn up all the governments security interests on multi-million pounds contracts lasting years into the future including the overseeing of ASYLUM seekers coming into the uk , providing them with places to stay etc , first look at a market of insecure people
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Re: Political News or Comments

Post  tgII on Thu 26 Jul 2012, 00:53

What better example of the disenfranchised than the subject/citizens of Anaheim, California.
The corporate security guards registered with Dunn & Bradstreet there in Anaheim shoot dead
Manuel Angel Diaz (apparently another subject/citizen has ben shot too) and the disenfranchised
subject/citizens as property with no will and testament of their own go on a rampage...

    Fresh Anaheim riots: Rage over police shootings, cops fire pepper pellets (PHOTOS)


...but that's alright because tasers have killed over 500 Americans since their deployment with
Dunn & Bradstreet corporate security guards...

    Tasers have killed at least 500 Americans


...while good news for the US Air Force, the world's most expensive attack fighter the F-22
Raptor, have repaired the malfunction to the oxygen system so pilots can now attack countries
safely over 25,000 feet altitude...

    Grounded! Stealth Fighter Fleet KO’d by Oxygen Woes


Being completely dysfunctional is:

I would bet anything that in Anaheim there are veterans of the Air Force who worked on fighters
that are now in Anaheim jobless and there protesting against Dunn & Bradstreet registered
corporate security guards, if not the Air Force perhaps another branch of the service?

Am I too cynical?

And last but not least, America is the only country that produces what is being referred to now
as 'natural born killers.'

    US culture moulds natural born killers: US scholar


A dysfunctional psychotic population in a country where 'natural born killers' are nurtured who
are essentially jobless with millions on one drug or another watching batman movies with a
predilection to fantasize about a gun culture inundated with sexual perversion of every kind
reinforced by Hollywood and told what to think and say by the weaponized media.

No that is not healthy at all.

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Re: Political News or Comments

Post  highnoon on Sat 11 Aug 2012, 01:24

So i took too many sleeping pills a few days ago and a roommate called poison control who called the police. I was fine but i awoke with the medics in my room, and a cop. they pulled me out of bed questioned me whose perscription it was when i said it was somebody elses they arrested me and took me to the hospital psych ward and threw me in there for 3 hours with handcuffs still on. there was a matress, a metal toilet and a metal drinking fountain and the fountain didnt work. i couldnt bang on the window cause i was handcuffed behind my back so i used my head. the hospital staff put a divider up against the window to block my face but you could probably hear a bang. my head was starting to hurt but i was extremely thirsty. so i kept banging and somebody answered. i told them the fountain doesnt work so they brought me a paper cup with water which they had to feed to me cause i couldnt hold it and they said now if i didnt calm down they would keep me there longer. so i layed on the matress. after 3 hours the cop comes in takes the cuffs off and the hospital people ask me questions like if im feeling ok and i walk back and forth to prove i can walk in a straight line. then. they tell me where the taxi phone is so i can call and pay for a taxi to go home.



saying this as objectively as possible. with no excuses about the pills or this or that. this is just frame by frame how that day went, wednesday i believe.
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Mon 13 Aug 2012, 00:25

More Abandoned Children as Europe Austerity Wears On

As the euro zone debt crisis deepens and austerity measures take their toll across Europe, the number of young children and babies abandoned across the region has increased, according to local charities.

The rise in the abandonment of infants across Europe is most visible in the spread of “baby hatches” or “boxes” across Europe, where unwanted infants are left anonymously.

The phenomenon was previously more prevalent among immigrants, but it is becoming more widespread among financially desperate members of the local population.

The hatches are sensor-activated so when a baby is placed, an alarm is activated and a carer comes to collect the child. Despite the practice being widely viewed as contravening the 1953 European Convention on Human Rights, of the 27 EU member countries, 11 countries still have "baby hatches" in operation, including Germany, Italy and Portugal.

In those countries where hatches are illegal, the number of infants abandoned in hospitals, clinics and churches has also risen, raising concerns among European charities, the UN and the European Commission that austerity measures and increasing social deprivation are the catalyst for the rise in child abandonment.

According to SOS Villages, a European charity that attempts to help families in financial hardship before abandonment occurs, in the last year alone 1,200 children in Greece and 750 in Italy have been abandoned. That is almost double the 400 children abandoned in Italy a year ago, and up from 114 children abandoned in Greece in 2003.

With the cost of raising children estimated to be 20-30 percent of an average household budget (per child) in Europe, more families are now struggling to cope with the costs.

The charity SOS Villages has reported that adoption rates in Greece and Italy have risen by 20 percent in the last two years, a sharp rise in line with the deterioration of the economy.

George Protopapas, National Director of the charity’s Greek division said that parents already struggling with keeping a roof over their heads are now barely managing to keep their children clothed and fed, if at all.

Protopapas cited the example of a four-year old child left at a nursery by her mother with a note that read: “I will not be coming to pick up Anna today because I cannot afford to look after her. Please take good care of her. Sorry."

According to Protopapas, the charity does not have exact figures for economic orphans, but over the next few years he expects “there will be more cases like this.”

“In the past year, SOS Greece has had a 150 percent increase in applications for all kinds of support, mainly [for] financial reasons, and 87 percent of applicants are Greeks,” Protopapas said.

Data from the Hellenic Statistical Authority shows that 27.7 percent of Greeks are now facing penury.

“For the moment most cases come from [the] low and poor class. Greek middle-class families are affected by the crisis but I believe they will be the victims in the coming two years. They will probably need serious support to survive,” Protopapas said.

His colleague, Stergios Sifnios, Director of Social Work in SOS Villages, told CNBC that in his 30 years of working for the charity he had not seen a societal crisis similar to this, prompting him to believe that things can only get worse.

“We are really afraid that in the future we will have a big number of families that cannot manage to keep their own children because of these problems. We are trying to be ready for this,” he said, but the government must keep on funding social welfare services.”

“[The government must] stop downgrading services in the name of the austerity measures.”

The phenomenon has not been lost on policy makers at the European Commission, the EU's executive arm. According to an EC report, 116 million people — and 20.5 percent of children — are at risk of poverty in the EU in 2012.

CNBC contacted the Commission’s office for Social Affairs but policy makers were unavailable for comment. An EU-funded program, "Daphne", was commissioned to assess which children were most at risk, and the economic instability of a household was cited by the report as a major factor in the increase of child abandonment.

“Many factors contribute to children being separated from their families. Research shows that the primary factors are everyday conditions e.g., poverty, unemployed parents, low or lack of income, a lack of material resources, and poor living conditions.”

According to Professor Kevin Browne of the Institute of Work, Health & Organizations at Nottingham University and one of the authors of the Daphne report, as economic conditions in Europe deteriorate, the human rights of Europe’s children are at risk.

“Infants and young children are those most at risk of being abandoned and the rates of child abandonment within the EU are concerning, especially in the current economic climate.”

“Article 7 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, states that every child has 'the right to know and be cared for by his or her parents,' he said.

“When a child is abandoned, this right is violated", he said.


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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 16 Aug 2012, 02:26

A perfect state of affairs for these creatures that prey on such vulnerable innocents
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Thu 16 Aug 2012, 02:37

From Peter Hitchens earlier this week , a similar scenario as was coming out of libya pre-gadaff overthrow
Who does William Hague speak for when he pledges this country’s support for the Syrian rebels?
My correspondents in Syria loathe these Islamist gangsters and are enraged by the Western media’s uncritical endorsement of them – the oxygen that keeps them going.
The most striking story of the week from Syria was the riveting account by British photographer John Cantlie of how he was kidnapped and nearly murdered in Syria by Islamist fanatics.
The worst and most murderous were British subjects from South London.
But because this account does not fit the ludicrous conventional wisdom that the Syrian rebels are heroes, it has not been followed up.

Then this report just out of GENEVA , the various select wording prompts of this report is a perfect example of the Medes magic wordspell, the psychological conscience of the international community watching masses is being served its reasons and excuses for forthcoming actions , there is no means of doubting this report because it comes out of GENEVA and therefore it is fact

UN panel concludes war crimes perpetrated in Syria

GENEVA (AP) — The killings took place under a late spring sun. The squads poured into the Syrian village of Houla on foot and in vehicles: cars, minivans and pickups mounted with machine guns.

At the end, more than 100 people were dead — nearly half of them children — in what the United Nations described for the first time Wednesday as a war crime perpetrated by the government forces and shabiha militia backing the regime of President Bashar Assad.
People who tried to remove the bodies were shot at. No one who'd survived the massacre had fled to a nearby national hospital that was accessible on foot — they knew the army had occupied it for months. And when U.N. observers arrived the next day to check on the scene, they found government troops in control.

In a highly anticipated report that spells out clear responsibility for attacks on civilians, an independent commission appointed by the U.N. Human Rights Council laid the groundwork for possible prosecutions in international courts against the Syrian leader and other senior government officials.

The panel's report also contained an ominous warning that Syria's civil war was moving in "brutal" directions on all fronts as Assad's forces step up air assaults and anti-government armed groups seek stronger firepower to fight back.

It found that the regime and pro-government shabiha militia were directly responsible for the killing of more than 100 civilians in Houla in late May. The Syrian government had reported that the Syrian Army was defending itself at Houla from an attack by "terrorists," and said some of its soldiers were killed in the clashes.

But the U.N. panel's report to the 47-nation Human Rights Council, which is based in Geneva, says it determined that the Houla killings and numerous other murders, unlawful killings, acts of torture, rape and other sexual violence and indiscriminate attacks on civilians were carried out "pursuant to state policy pointing to the involvement at the highest levels of the armed and security forces and the government."

According to the final 102-page report to the council, in one village site where around 60 people were killed, the commission found through satellite imagery and corroborated accounts that "the movement of vehicles or weapons, as well as the size of the group, would have been easily detectable by government forces," but the place was inaccessible for any "sizeable" anti-government armed group.

It says 40 separate interviews were all "consistent in their portrayal of the events and their description of the perpetrators as government forces and shabiha." The panel also concluded that anti-government armed groups committed war crimes, including murder, extrajudicial killings and torture, but said that "these violations and abuses were not of the same gravity, frequency and scale" as those carried out by government forces and the shabiha militia.

A confidential list of people and armed units believed to be responsible for crimes against humanity, breaches of international humanitarian law and gross human rights violations will be submitted to the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay in September.

In its use of the term "war crimes" to describe its findings, the panel relies on an assessment of Syria by the International Committee of the Red Cross in mid-July. The Geneva-based ICRC, which oversees the Geneva Conventions known as the rules of war, said it now considers the 17-month-old conflict in Syria to be a full-blown civil war, meaning international humanitarian law applies throughout the country.

That assessment was an important reference for the panel and for all others trying to determine how much and what type of force can be used. It forms the basis for war crimes prosecutions, especially if civilians are attacked or detained enemies are abused or killed. Until then, everything had to be considered "a violation or an abuse," said Karen Koning AbuZayd, one of the panel members.

"The international community must come to some kind of consensus to stop the violence in the first place and then eventually hold people accountable for it," AbuZayd, a U.S. citizen and former head of UNRWA, the U.N. agency that aids Palestinian refugees, told The Associated Press.

Syria had previously won her respect, she said, because of the excellent care it provided to Palestinian refugees during her past decade of work there. "For me, everything is pretty shocking. For these things to be happening in Syria ... It's pretty painful, I must say, to see what is happening to the country and how all sides are behaving, really," she added.

The panel's report was issued just hours after a bomb exploded in Syria's capital, Damascus, outside a hotel where U.N. observers are staying. The bomb was attached to a fuel truck and wounded at least three people, Syrian state TV reported. Activists also reported fighting near the government headquarters and the Iranian Embassy, both in Damascus, along with clashes in different parts of Syria.

The panel was appointed to probe abuses in Syria, but had hardly any access to the country, with only its chairman, Brazilian diplomat and professor Paulo Sergio Pinheiro, allowed into Damascus for a weekend visit last month to meet with some top government officials and families affected by the violence. A third panel member had dropped out.

Most of the report, which covers the period between Feb. 15 and July 20, was conducted during field interviews and in Geneva with Syrian refugees outside the country. It is based on 1,062 interviews, but the panel emphasized that the investigation was hampered by the Assad regime's unwillingness to cooperate.

Their report, whose findings are strikingly more conclusive about the Houla massacre than previous interim findings, could be used by world powers to justify tougher outside action against Syria, or strengthen calls for an international investigation and prosecution of possible war crimes and crimes against humanity.

The panel recommends that the president of the Human Rights Council forward the report to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who could bring it to the attention of the most powerful arm of the U.N., the Security Council based in New York. Earlier this year, the council said in a resolution that it agreed with Pillay, the U.N.'s top human rights official, in her call for action by the International Criminal Court based at The Hague.

But Russia and China, two of the five veto-wielding permanent members on that 15-nation council, have effectively blocked major powers from responding in a coordinated fashion to the Syria crisis, a stalemate cited by the U.N.-Arab League special envoy to Syria, Kofi Annan, in deciding to resign from his post at the end of this month.

The Human Rights Council also could extend the mandate of its special panel on Syria, so that it can investigate further. But even if it doesn't, Pinheiro would continue to work in essentially the same role for the council as its special rapporteur for Syria, a position that was created in March.

Activists say more than 20,000 people have been killed since the start of Syria's revolt, inspired by other Arab Spring uprisings against autocratic regimes in the region. The conflict has slowly changed into a full blown civil war that the panel says involves "more brutal tactics and new military capabilities on both sides."
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Tue 21 Aug 2012, 11:58

This is warming things up from galloway now in the uk political fronts , i like hat he says about castros influence on his peoples minds although the factual aspect of that would nee to be checked out Very Happy
Also his declaration of taking his political speels into town squares us a great thing in this day where political puppets are protected and molly coddled by their corporate handlers
His views on assange are from level 2 and yet to be proven from future developments , if level 1 is to dismiss assange, level 2 is to believe the wiki leak revelations as they stand as impulsive revelations, level 3 being that assange is a very complexplayer in a larger plnned game of manipulation

But always stimulating hearing galloways views




1. TAP TAP = DO U MIND IF I DO IT AGAIN ? ROFL

2. IF THAT CONDOM BURSTS IN MID ACTION SHOW ME ONE PERSON THAT WILL PUT THE BRAKES ON , LOL

I dont believe any of them either
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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 24 Aug 2012, 13:18

last years but still relevant in its accusations



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Post  KapitanScarlet on Tue 04 Sep 2012, 20:01

Galloways continued to callfor a hague international war crime trial for blair, but i noticed that Monsieur archibishop TUTU has also been calling for blair and bushes heads in a hague trial court , miracles may happen one day



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Post  tgII on Mon 10 Sep 2012, 10:32


    "Your Excellency, these bloody little
    pissants think I'm going to the Hague,"

    said Tony.

    "Tony, you moron, I told you not to
    worry about it, now get me another
    little boy, you groveling grotesque little
    page boy,"
    responded the Pope.
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Post  tgII on Mon 10 Sep 2012, 11:17

There is so much coming out I don't know where to put anything any more on this
board. Anyway, big election in America coming up in less than two months. So, who
is everyone voting for
!?

This guy?



Mitt Romney - 2012!!! Go Mitt!!!

I can hardly wait. It is probably 100 percent certain that Mitt Romney will be moving
into the White House next year January, but something most have missed, is that
Romney's right hand man is the former Governor of Utah, Mike Leavitt. In fact,
he heads Mitt Romney's transition team heading into the White House.

May as well call the White House after January, 2013 the "Washington Mormon
Temple
."

Here's Leavitt's bio (and pay attention to his last name; more coming...)

    Biography of Mike Leavitt

    Secretary of Health and Human Services
    U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

    Secretary Michael O. Leavitt

    Michael O. Leavitt was sworn in as the 20th Secretary of Health and Human Services on January 26, 2005. The Department he heads one of the largest civilian departments in the federal government with more than 67,000 employees and a budget that accounts for almost one out of every four federal dollars.

    The Secretary is in his fourth year at HHS. When asked what he felt most satisfied about during that time, he listed:

    Implementing the Medicare prescription drug benefit
    Finally seeing health information technology standards developing
    Tangible progress toward transparency of price and quality
    Mobilizing the nation’s pandemic preparedness and retooling the nation’s medical emergency plans
    Developing a new national strategy for safety of imported products
    Globalizing the efforts of the FDA

    Asked what he wishes would go better, he answered, “Entitlement reform: Medicare and Medicaid are drifting toward disaster, and many of our efforts to change course have been rejected or reversed by Congress. We cannot ignore this problem, and currently we are.”

    Prior to his current service, Leavitt headed the Environmental Protection Agency and was elected three times as the Governor of Utah. During his eleven years as Governor, Utah was recognized six times as one of America’s best managed states. He was chosen by his peers as Chairman of the National Governors Association, Western Governors Association, and Republican Governors Association.

    Prior to his public service, Secretary Leavitt was president and chief executive officer of a regional insurance firm. He is married to Jacalyn S. Leavitt; they are the parents of four boys and one girl and the grandparents of four girls and one boy.


The Mormon mafia is about to move into the White House.

In 1857 in the state of Utah, a slaughter was perpetrated on people from Arkansas
moving through Utah on their way to the western states including California and
Oregon. While on their way they were slaughtered in Utah. Recently, archeologists who
examined the bones said they were all shot.

Here's the list of victims:

    Mountain Meadow Massacre - They were from Arkansas


The Mormon Church is a British creation. These synthetic religions all trace their origin
back to Britain including Mormonism (another "ism"). The Mormon's despise what is
nominally called "America." Everything the Mormon Church has done in its criminal history
has always supported Britain.

The Mormon religion is a synthetic creation.

During the Mountain Meadow slaughter, there was a particularly vicious thug, he was
called a "shooter" and a "clobber." He participated in shooting and clubbing to death
these people from Arkansas. His name was THOMAS DUDLEY LEAVITT. The slaughter
was ordered by Brigham Young.


    THOMAS DUDLEY LEAVITT


These people are not screwing around, when they move into the White House you can
expect full blown depopulation. That's what the British do best: creating these apocalyptic
religions.

Mike Leavitt, who will become Mitt Romney's Chief of Staff when Romney moves into
the White House, is the descendent of the "shooter" and "clubber" who participated
in the slaughter of many people from Arkansas, Thomas Dudley Leavitt.

Go Mitt, go Mitt, go Mitt....!!!

Very, very fucking scary.

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Post  highnoon on Tue 11 Sep 2012, 00:31

http://www.usdebtclock.org/world-debt-clock.html
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Post  tgII on Tue 11 Sep 2012, 06:43

Check the debt clock for Japan. I don't buy (pun intended) it.

    The Myth that Japan is Broke: The World’s Largest “Debtor” is now the Largest Creditor


It is astounding the amount of money held in this system.

    Over 20% of the debt is held by Japan Post Bank, the Bank of Japan, and other government entities. Japan Post is the largest holder of domestic savings in the world, and it returns interest to its Japanese customers. Although theoretically privatized in 2007, it has been a political football, and 100% of its stock is still owned by the government. The Bank of Japan is 55% government-owned and 100% government-controlled.


And guess who committed suicide yesterday in Japan? Mr. Tadahiro Matsushita, Japan's top
financial regulator who served concurrently as postal privatization minister.

    Japan minister Matsushita found dead at home in possible suicide: police


Japan is bailing out the US, China and Britain?!
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Post  seraphim on Tue 18 Sep 2012, 05:56

Well I would have to say....just by looking at Romney's eyes that he has a good possibility of getting the seat, because they are similar to the royals in London.

Kapis, all the presidents who run again will most likely all have (suddenly produced) greyer hair because it's all a subliminal tactic. A person will vote for one they think LOOKS more responsible and distinguished, like a dad, etc. It's all about brainwash (One will say in their head, my they look so wiser now! Must vote for daddy!). Got to keep one in their hypnotic state.

Hi tgII, hope the weather is better over there!
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Post  tgII on Tue 18 Sep 2012, 06:52

seraphim, getting a bit cooler but humid, about time. Thank you.

These two guys have been friends since 1976 (Boston Consulting Group). Mitt Romney
showed Benjamin Netanyahu (Likud) how to design economic sanctions and Benjamin
Netanyahu showed Mitt Romney politics.


    "Look, Mitt, either way Israel wins, so just get into the White House
    because you've got the full weight of Israel behind you. And don't
    worry, we'll take care of all the 'dirty work' for you."


Dirty work: Assassinated ambassador in Libya (he was hit at a safe house which shouldn't have been known. No shit, that's
why it's called a "safe house."). Israel had Stevens' calling card; he was in Israel for a year.


    But in 1976, the lives of Mitt Romney and Benjamin Netanyahu intersected, briefly but indelibly, in the 16th-floor offices of the Boston Consulting Group, where both had been recruited as corporate advisers. At the most formative time of their careers, they sized each other up during the firm’s weekly brainstorming sessions, absorbing the same profoundly analytical view of the world.


Many of the Mormon's who go on they two year missions with the Mormon church actually
in fact, go to work for the CIA. The Mormon criminal faction in the CIA is a huge threat
and explains the Arab unrest and the killing of American Ambassador to Libya Christopher
Stevens
.

This was in 1974. Imagine what it must be like now at the CIA? Ever wonder what Mitt
Romney did in France as a Mormon missionary. It is alleged he only recruited two people
into the Mormon Church during two years in France.

    "Writing in the New York Times for September 16, 1974, Wallace Turner states: "Many Mormon scholars work on contracts for the C.I.A." We recently asked a man who had taught at Brigham Young University if he had any reason to believe that the Mormon missionary program is used as a cover for CIA agents. He replied that he did not, but he went on to state that many missionaries are later recruited to CIA work. He felt that the missionary program provided good training for CIA agents. The missionaries are taught absolute obedience to authority and many of them learn foreign languages as well.


The Mormon Church was spawned in Britain.

    Brigham Young (born June 1, 1801, Whitingham, Vt., U.S.died Aug. 29, 1877, Salt Lake City, Utah); U.S. religious leader, second president of the Mormon church. He settled in Mendon, N.Y., in 1829 and was baptized into Joseph Smith's Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in 1832. In 1834 he joined the Mormons in Missouri, and when they were driven out in 1838, he organized their move to Nauvoo, Ill. He established a Mormon mission in England in 1839. After Smith's murder in 1844, Young took over the church. He led the persecuted Mormons from Illinois to Utah (184648), choosing the site of Salt Lake City for the new Mormon headquarters.


It is alleged Brigham Young had fifty-five wives and fathered fifty-seven children from
sixteen of those wives. The guy was a thug.

How many missionaries are in Libya? Afghanistan? Africa? Iraq?

Benjamin Netanyahu wins regardless if there is a war or not if Mitt Romney moves
into the White House.

Mormonism is another blight on us.


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Post  seraphim on Tue 18 Sep 2012, 07:12

Good to hear from ya tgII!
I know someone who is Mormon and they seem to have one kid right after the other of course married. It's an important factor of there's considering that man had fifty something kids. I guess to populate more of themselves. But I have to say Utah and the Mormons are amazingly keen on health!
And it never fails when there is a big election, riots and war occur, most likely planned, so that the new president can save us all! Hallelujah!
And how on earth do they know to the T, that in 6 months or sooner that whatever country they don't like is going to have 100% nuclear capability. So that in a certain amount of time (certainly astrologically planned) they have to create a crisis! All so that they can rule the world on their own. Everyone else dog shit! Including yes...... you my dears!
Really, when are they going to get a Life. All these games.....
Seriously they tell us something and they think we are so stupid to believe. Hello! Those so called enemies have had nuclear capability already! They all come here to the schools and learn about technology as well! Who knows one can probably learn to make a nuke on the internet!
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Post  tgII on Wed 19 Sep 2012, 23:55

Blackbird! Greetings. Well, that does not surprise me in the least about pedophilia within
certain circles of the Mormon hierarchy. But I must admit, just like in every religion there
are always a few really good people.

They reason they consider themselves (Mormons) separate and all others goy, is because when
you dig deep enough into these synthetic religions, you will explicitly find the cabbalah was used
to structure them including Mormonism. I have heard it referenced that "Mormonism is Judaism
on steroids only an American version."

I uncovered an essay after sensing this was the case, and sure enough, Joseph Smith had a
rabbi as a mentor who assisted him in formulating the structure of Mormonism.

If you look very carefully at Mormonism, just about everything this church did in its history has
been contrary to what America was re: pro British.
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Post  seraphim on Thu 20 Sep 2012, 06:20

Hi ya'll...I was venting.
TgII, it's making sense now. Could it be Mormonism is the inside religion that Britian planted in the U.S. because they knew there would be a time when they would take over in the future, the 2012 elections, the world and so forth.
Hi Blackbird! I wonder what makes the 12 tribes so special. Besides being chosen, and genetics.
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Post  tgII on Thu 20 Sep 2012, 10:10

Vent away, seraphim. It's all making a lot of sense now. The nexus is converging
very clearly: the City of London; Tel Aviv; Washington.

Ever notice why the 19th of April is so significant and why America gets attacked
on this day?

Here's why:

    The Battles of Lexington and Concord were the first military engagements of the American Revolutionary War.[9][10] They were fought on April 19, 1775, in Middlesex County, Province of Massachusetts Bay, within the towns of Lexington, Concord, Lincoln, Menotomy (present-day Arlington), and Cambridge, near Boston. The battles marked the outbreak of open armed conflict between the Kingdom of Great Britain and its thirteen colonies in the mainland of British North America.


America is a franchise of Britain.
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Thu 20 Sep 2012, 20:18

Great insights on Mormonism.

It would seem like most religious groups that the common man low down on the totem pole is probably a good, clean living kind of guy who is using his religion as a guide for his ethics and morality in a responsible way...as a hypothetical best case scenario. And his faith and practice perhaps is of great benefit to him than if he should not have it. Some people need this kind of crutch to keep themselves in check or progress with their lives in some meaningful way.

But then you get the egoists and overly-righteous within the flock at group gatherings that always spread their filth.

Then you have the corporate Mormon elitists, as like in any religion, who are connected with government intelligence, corporate malfeasance and the big bucks. All connected to a Judaic-masonic-kabala-religio-demonic substrata...where the lower rank and file are oblivious to the evil they serve.

Now when Mitt attempts to "speak", he stutters a lot, he tries too hard to find his words...due to his limited vocabulary and comes across just as unintelligible as George Bush Jr. He just isn't good at it...and he is stiff and awkward.

But I recently watched a speech given by Mitt's young vice presidential running mate. This guy was well spoken and eloquent.
This guy will be a huge boon for Mitt's inadequacies.
The ignorant and deluded masses will love this guy.
Here is a link to that speech...Mitt's vice president candidate starts at 23:00 in the video...
http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/VVS

If I had to bet a hundred bucks on the presidency for the win...I would put it on the really, really white guys to be in the white house.
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