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Posted by Xaniel777 on November 29, 2011

TODAY IS  : November 29, 2011

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 West demands Security Council action on Syria

From  Activist Post  

( XANIEL’S NOTE :  The U. S. is pushing for yet another war. WILL THEIR NEED FOR WARS EVER END ?? Not until the American people and the rest of the world’s citizens force it to stop.  And we can do this by letting these WAR PUPPETEERS KNOW THAT THE PUPPETS AREN’T BUYING THIS SHOW ANY LONGER. I don’t know what is truly going on in Syria, but you can bet it was started by the U.S. and Israel the very same way they started the trouble in Libya, by spinning the story that Assad’s forces opened fire on “peaceful protesters” and therefore rendered itself  illegitimate as a ruling government. Click and read :  After Libya, Syria is Next in Line for a NATO Sponsored “Regime Change” , to get the ‘ REST OF THE STORY ‘ and then ask yourself, ” How long am I going to keep excepting these lies to justify these endless wars at taxpayer expense and the blood of the innocent , before I do my part and help stop them?”


Men walk hand in hand as they demonstrate for
the Syrian regime, in the capital Damascus
© AFP Louai Beshara


UNITED NATIONS (AFP) – The United States and Germany on Monday led Western calls for the divided UN Security Council to act on Syria’s deadly assault against protests after UN investigators said crimes against humanity had been committed.

“It is past time for the Security Council to take much more decisive action with respect to Syria,” said US ambassador Susan Rice. The Council cannot “stand idly by,” added Germany’s UN envoy Peter Wittig.

The 15-member council was split last month by a European-drafted resolution condemning President Bashar al-Assad‘s crackdown. Russia and China vetoed the resolution, while Brazil, India, South Africa and Lebanon abstained.

But a report by a UN human rights commission, which said crimes against humanity had been ordered by the “highest levels” of Assad’s government, and the Arab League decision to order sanctions have strengthened the calls for action.

The United States and its European allies have already condemned the rare double veto by Russia and China.

But Rice said that with the Arab League sanctions and the “now well-documented atrocities” outlined in the UN report “we think it is time to revisit the question of what might be possible here in New York.”

Wittig called the Arab League sanctions “historic”. “The council here cannot stand idly by regarding what the regional organization has said so strongly. We think the council should take up that decision and endorse it and reinforce it,” he told reporters.

Rice and Wittig said informal talks on possible action would soon start.

Because of the internal divisions, the Security Council has so far only agreed a statement, with less moral weight, on the violence.

The 193 member UN General Assembly passed a resolution last week deploring the violence.

And rights groups also stepped up demands for Security Council action following the new UN report on killings and arrests in Syria since mid-March. The UN says more than 3,500 people have been killed.

Amnesty International called on the Security Council to refer the case to the International Criminal Court, order an arms embargo and freeze the assets of Assad and his associates.

“Continued inaction by the Security Council will not only allow the commission with impunity of more human rights violations in Syria, but embolden present and future violators,” said an Amnesty statement.

Human Rights Watch said the UN Human Rights Council must refer the Syria case to the UN Security Council and call for it “to impose targeted sanctions and refer the situation in Syria to the International Criminal Court.”

© AFP — Published at Activist Post with license



By Mike Rivero of  What Really Happened

1. Nation A and Nation B are at peace, and free of debt.

2. The bankers, aka the money-junkies hire the presstitutes to tell Nation A that Nation B is coming to kill them unless Nation A attacks Nation B first. (Hitler at Gleiwitz, or Saddam’s nuclear weapons, as only two examples) Donations are made to candidates who are willing to murder a few million people for a piece of the profits.

3. The money-junkies loan nation A the money to buy weapons to blow up nation B.

4. Nation B says “What the hell is this crap? Why are you attacking us?”

5. The money-junkies loan nation B the money to buy weapons to blow up nation A.

6. The war rages on and eventually one side wins and one sides loses. It doesn’t really matter which one, as both Nation A and Nation B are now heavily into debt to the money-junkies.

7. The money-junkies loan nation A the money to repair and replace all they lost in the war. Nation A eventually gets back to the exact same life they had before the war only now they are hopelessly in debt to the money-junkies.

8. The money-junkies loan nation B the money to repair and replace all they lost in the war. Nation B eventually gets back to the exact same life they had before the war only now they are hopelessly in debt to the money-junkies.

9. The money-junkies hire the presstitutes to tell Nation C that Nation D is coming to kill them unless Nation D attacks Nation C first. Donations are made to candidates who are willing to murder a few million people for a piece of the profits.

Do you see how it works now? Do you see why we are always at war? Do you understand that as long as private central bankers control the economies of nations that wars murdering millions of innocents are inevitable?


Latest Israeli false-flag to trick US into wars on Israel’s side.

Israel News

From Ynet News.com

Katyusha rockets explode in western Galilee

IDF says three Katyusha rockets fired from Lebanon hit western Galilee; no injuries reported, but several structures sustain damage. IDF forces respond with artillery fire

Maor Buchnik

The IDF confirmed Tuesday that three Katyusha rockets were fired at the western Galilee from Lebanon on Monday night. No injuries were reported, but several structures sustained damage.

 Security forces were searching for a fourth Katyusha shell, believed to have landed on the Israeli side of the border, but eventually determined that only three projectiles landed on the Israeli side of the border.

UNIFIL, which has a peacekeeping mission in southern Lebanon is investigating the fire, but a spokesman for the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon was quoted by Beirut’s radio as saying that “UNIFIL rejects reports suggesting any violation of UN Resolution 1701 and is working to restore normalcy.”

 Residents of the Western Galilee told Ynet that they heard explosions in the region shortly after midnight on Tuesday. 

 A local resident said “I heard four explosions. The entire village is in shock. We didn’t know what it was. Many people called the police to report the blasts.”

 Another resident added: “Around midnight I heard a sound similar to rocket landing, only without the explosion.”.

 Western Galilee resident Eyal Shmueli said he saw a mushroom cloud billowing in the sky followed by the thick smell of gunpowder. “It was 20 meters from my house,” he added.

 The head of one of the Western Galilee regional council noted that the explosion occurred in a steep slope with thick vegetation. “We’re not going to go in there right now. Maybe we’ll find it in the morning.” He said.

Spokesperson’s Unit reported that the military is responding with artillery fire on Katyusha rocket exploded in open fields in the Galilee panhandle. Shortly after the incident, the IDF filed an official complaint with UNIFIL, which is stationed on the Israel-Lebanon border.

 Yoav Zitun and Ahiya Raved contributed to this report

Why would Lebanon (or anyone) launch what are essentially fireworks rockets into Israel knowing it will provoke a major retaliation. These are Israeli agents provocateurs at work, and the proof is that Israel was already moving their missiles into position earlier in the day. ~~ Comment by Mike Rivero of WRH.com

( see next story down)


REPORTER’S NOTEBOOK: Eye witnesses claim ‘unusual’ movement of Israeli missiles

From  Klein Online


By Aaron Klein

JERUSALEM— Multiple eyewitnesses reported seeing Israeli military trucks in recent days transport and station large missiles at the periphery of Jerusalem and in locations inside the West Bank.

The descriptions of the projectiles are consistent with the Jewish state’s mid-to-long range Jericho ballistic missiles.

The missile movement, if confirmed, would be considered unusual.

One of the eyewitnesses was a member of the Palestinian Authority security services. He claimed to me that a large missile was stationed five days ago near Neve Yaacov, a Jewish neighborhood in northeast Jerusalem. That neighborhood is adjacent to several Palestinian-inhabited towns.

Four other eyewitnesses, Israeli and Palestinian, reported seeing similar sights during the past week – large missiles being transported by the Israeli military at the periphery of Jerusalem and in the West Bank.

Reached for comment, the spokesperson’s unit of the Israel Defense Forces could not confirm the information, referring me instead to Israel’s national police.

Mickey Rosenfeld, the national police spokesperson here, told me today he has no information on any such movements.

Apparently, I’m not the only reporter to receive such reports.

Rosenfeld said another foreign correspondent contacted him earlier today for comment on the same matter.

The PA security member, speaking on condition of anonymity, speculated the missiles were related to a possible Israeli offensive against Iran.  He commented that such missiles were offensive in nature, and usually not meant to serve as defensive posture.

While the possibility of an attack on Iran cannot be immediately discounted, there are several other scenarios that make some sense:

1) It’s possible such missile transport is part of an internal military drill or to test various locations for the future deployment of projectiles.

The drill, however, would not include test firings. Such testing is almost always conducted at a military base and usually involves one missile fired from one location.  Any such test is difficult to keep under wraps.

Earlier this month, the IDF did test fire a long-range ballistic missile, believed to be a Jericho III, at the country’s Palmachim Air & Space test center. Israel’s Ministry of Defense confirmed the test was successful, indicating the purpose of the launch was the testing of a new advanced propulsion system.

Jericho III’s are believed to be guided by radar and reportedly give Israel nuclear strike capabilities within the entire Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia and almost all parts of North America, as well as within large parts of South America and North Oceania.

2) Any missile placement could be related to the unstable situation in Syria, including fears of a future NATO military campaign there that could have ramifications for Israel, such as firing of missiles into the Jewish state by Syria or Hezbollah in Lebanon.

Just yesterday, in an unprecedented move against a fellow Arab nation, the Arab League approved economic sanctions on Syria to pressure Damascus to end its suppression of an 8-month-old uprising against Assad’s regime.

Arab League diplomats, speaking last week to the Associated Press on condition of anonymity, said that if Syria does not adhere to its demands for immediate reform, the organization will work to unify Syrian opposition groups into a coalition similar to that of Libya’s National Transitional Council.

A next step, the diplomats said, would be to recognize the opposition as the sole representative of the Syrian people in a move that would symbolically isolate the Assad’s regime.

The moves mimic the diplomatic initiatives taken to isolate Muammar Gadhafi’s regime before the NATO campaign in Libya.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad warned in an interview with a U.K. newspaper earlier this month that foreign intervention in Syria would cause an “earthquake” across the region and create another Afghanistan, while directly threatening the Jewish state.

Assad reportedly made similar comments in a meeting in early October with Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmad Davutoglu.

He was quoted stating, “If a crazy measure is taken against Damascus, I will need not more than six hours to transfer hundreds of rockets and missiles to the Golan Heights to fire them at Tel Aviv.”

Assad also reportedly warned that “all these events will happen in three hours, but in the second three hours, Iran will attack the U.S. warships in the Persian Gulf and the U.S. and European interests will be targeted simultaneously.”


NATO supply stopped permanently: Malik


From PakTribune

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Rehman Malik on Sunday said that the supply of NATO has not been suspended rather it has been stopped permanently. Talking to reporters at National Crisis Management Cell of Ministry of Interior, he strongly condemned the NATO attack on Pakistani forces.

“NATO force should respect feelings of Pakistani nation.” He said the nation and the government were aggrieved on the death of 24 officials of Pakistani security forces in the wake of NATO aggression on Salala post in Mohmand Agency. He said the decisions of the Defence Cabinet Committee (DCC) on the NATO forces attack inside Pakistan would be implemented in letter and spirit. “The decisions of the DCC are final and would be implemented,” he added.

The minister said that NATO containers, which have been stopped, would not be allowed to cross the Pak-Afghan border. Malik said that the democratic government of Pakistan would not take dictation from anyone.

Referring to security arrangements for Muharram, he said the security arrangements for the month of Muharram have been completed and foolproof security would be ensured across the country to maintain the sanctity of the holy month.

He informed that the Rangers and police have been deployed in sensitive areas of Punjab, while the Army would maintain peace and order in Sindh during Muharram, adding that the Sindh police have been given extra powers to maintain law and order in the province.

Moreover, long queues of NATO supply tankers have been formed on the Torkham and Quetta-Chaman highways as Pakistan closed the crossing points for NATO supplies after helicopter attacks in Mohmand Agency on Saturday.

According to reports, NATO supply containers entering from Punjab were stopped at Nowshera and all clearance points were sealed. After the decision of the Cabinet Committee on Defence, all the routes for NATO supply have been closed for the supply vehicles.

Owners of the containers have been directed to take them to secure points. Hundreds of containers were also parked at the Chaman crossing point and heavy contingents of police and FC have been deployed there for security purposes.


Occupy LA claims victory over police


Hundreds of ‘Occupy LA’ protesters carry signs and chant slogans on the street to make it clear that they have no intention of moving any time soon on November 28, 2011.

Occupy LA protester have claimed victory as police left the site of their encampment after failing to evict demonstrators following the expiry of the deadline set by the mayor.

US police in Los Angeles detained several people after ‘Occupy’ protesters outside City Hall defied their eviction order. 

Hundreds of protesters gathered in the street as the deadline to vacate the encampment passed on midnight Monday, the Associated Press reported. 

Peaceful protest turned violent in the early hours of Monday morning, as police on loudspeakers declared an unlawful assembly on the streets surrounding City Hall and protesters were told to get out of the area within five minutes. 

“We are not going anywhere, we are everywhere,” a message posted on the Occupy Los Angeles website said. 

This is while some 1,000 people flooded the area to support demonstrators. 

The protesters have also threatened to take their movement on tour, saying there are plenty of streets to take if authorities begin fencing the City Hall lawn. 

The Los Angeles showdown follows police actions in other US cities, sometimes involving the use of pepper spray, tear gas and excessive force to evict protesters from their camp sites. 

Los Angeles Occupiers have been protesting since October 1, 2011. The Occupy movement emerged after a group of demonstrators gathered in New York’s financial district on September 17 to protest the unjust distribution of wealth in the country and the excessive influence of big corporations on US policies. 

Despite police harassment and mass arrests, the Occupy protests, which grew out of the OWS movement, have spread to many major US cities as well as to Australia, Britain, Germany, Italy, Spain, Ireland, Portugal and other countries. 




From Mozilla FireFox

The Protect IP Act (PIPA) – the US Senate’s version of the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) in the US House – is gaining steam.

SOPA is still likely to pass – and we expect its supporters to try and move it soon – but, right now, we also need to watch the Senate because Majority Leader Harry Reid is thinking about moving PIPA as soon as next week.

But just as SOPA would not achieve its stated goal of stopping piracy online, nor would this. Just like SOPA, this bill will create new cybersecurity risks and jeopardize the basic structure of the internet as we know it.

And as a non-profit committed to keeping the web open and accessible to all, Mozilla wants to ensure that this legislation does not pass in its current form.

By working with other organizations fighting to protect the internet as we know it, and by reaching out to people like you, we’re helping organize a massive day of constituent calls to the Senate next Tuesday, asking them not to pass PIPA in its current form.

We need as much support as we can get – will you say you’ll be a part of it? Pledge to call next Tuesday using the form on the right, and we’ll send you a reminder along with information on how to call on Tuesday morning (if you’re opted-in to receive email from us).

**If you are not a resident of or voter in the US, please pass this page along to anyone you know in the States, to help get the word out.**



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