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REAL NEWS March 27

Posted by Xaniel777 on March 26, 2012

TODAY’S NEWS : March 27,2012



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Over 200 senior bankers arrested last week as new financial system goes online

From The Benjamin Fulford Blog

March 26, 2012

The new financial system is online now and abundant financing is either already or soon to be made available, according to dragon family representatives.

The final take down of the criminal cabal has also begun in earnest with over 200 senior bankers arrested and 450 resigned last week alone, these sources say.

Japan is also now doing the final paperwork needed to set up an international economic planning agency with an initial funding facility of $10 trillion or about 200 times what the World Bank lends every year, according to Japanese government sources.

There will be some sort of announcement about this and other things on Tuesday evening, March 27th, 2012 Japan Standard Time according to illuminati and White Dragon Society sources.

The arrest of some very high profile individuals is imminent.

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Hundreds of Israelis march in Tel Aviv to protest war with Iran

Anti-war protest comes amid growing Facebook campaign linking Israelis and Iranians; campaign leaders: We have nothing to do with the protest rally.


Hundreds of Israelis marched in Tel Aviv on Saturday to protest against a possible Israeli strike on Iran’s nuclear facilities.

Anti-war protest - Hadar Cohen - 24.3.2012

Protest against Israeli strike on Iran, Tel Aviv, March 24, 2012.

Photo by: Hadar Cohen

The protest came amid a recent Facebook campaign linking Israeli and Iranian citizens in their opposition to war between the two nations. Campaign leaders, however, made it clear on their Facebook page that they had nothing to do with the Tel Aviv protest march.

Last week, graphic designers Ronny Edry and his wife, Michal Tamir, unknowingly began a Facebook phenomenon when they uploaded a poster depicting Edry and his daughter with the words, “Iranians, we will never bomb your country, we [heart] you.”

That one image sparked a movement of sorts, with hundreds, if not thousands, of images sent from Israel, Iran, and elsewhere in the world, in support of exposing what participants consider to be the human side of the conflict between Iran and Israel.

Anti-war protest - Hadar Cohen

Man taking part in a rally protesting an Israeli strike on Iran, Tel Aviv, March 24, 2012.

Photo by: Hadar Cohen

“My Israeli friends, I do not hate you; I do not want war. love, Peace,” read many Iranian posters that were posted by Iranians to the new group page. Most of the Iranians, who posted messages to the Facebook group, did so with their faces partially veiled, possibly out of fear from the Iranian authorities.

Last Saturday, Edry said that Iranian group members explained that they could be arrested if recognized in the photos.

“Dear Israeli Friends and World! Iranians love peace and we hate hate!…and we don’t need any Nuclear Power to show it!” one poster caption stated.

“I’m from Iran and love your idea and your efforts against war and for peace. I am really happy to get to know you and people like you, and hope to find more people like you. Here in Iran the situation is complicated and many people hate the governments and their bullshit,” another anonymous Iranian wrote in a poster he published.

On Saturday, the protest against a strike on Iran – one, it should be added, that was not endorsed by the leaders of the Facebook campaign – began its march at Tel Aviv’s Habima Square, making its way to the city’s Meir Park.

Participants held signs with such captions as “No to War with Iran,” and “Talks, not Bombs.”


Israel cuts ties with U.N. rights council


March 26. 2012

JERUSALEM, March 26 (UPI) — Israel decided to cut all contacts with the United Nations Human Rights Council because of its plans to investigate West Bank settlements, an official said.

A senior diplomat said Monday the Foreign Ministry decided to suspend Israel’s membership at the U.N. body in response to the council’s decision last week to send a fact-finding mission to the West Bank, Israel Radio reported.

The ministry said it will would bar the entry of mission members planning to investigate the settlements, the report said.

GALLERY: Israeli airstrikes in Gaza

Israel’s ambassador to U.N. organizations in Geneva has been instructed not to appear before the council, answer phone calls from the council or cooperate with members in any way, Israel Radio said.

The ambassador will remain in Geneva and continue cooperating with other organizations there, The Jerusalem Post said.

A decision had not been made concerning punitive action against the Palestinian Authority, which asked the council to investigate the settlements, The Post said.

The English-language daily said Israel plans to ask other countries to also cut contacts with the council.



Newspaper readership collapsing as people turn to alternative news for truthful reporting

From Natural News

March 25, 2012 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer

(NaturalNews) Traditional, mainstream print news appears to be on the brink of collapse as more and more people turn to independent, primarily online news sources for information. A recent report from Financial Times explains how, from almost every angle, print newspapers are taking a major hit, not only with declines in readership, but also in flailing advertising revenues.

Last year, the Pew Project for Excellence in Journalism put out its The State of the News Media 2011 report which found that more Americans now get their news from online sources rather than from print sources (http://www.technolog.msnbc.msn.com). And even though traditional newspapers are increasingly making the migration online, they are still losing $7 in print ads for every dollar in online ads they gain.

News outlets that began online rather than in print seem to be faring just fine, on the other hand, as their advertising and other revenue sources were natively designed for the online environment to begin with. But for traditional mainstream news outlets that began in print, many of which are now owned by corporate conglomerates, the situation is dire.

The controlled media is being exposed as a fraud on every front

However, it is not simply that print is becoming “out of style” so much as it is that print news is largely controlled news, which an increasing number of Americans are growing to distrust. More than half of all Americans, in fact, have indicated that they do not trust the mainstream media to report fair, accurate, and balanced news, which is why many of them have turned to alternative news sources like NaturalNews andInfoWars for independent, full-disclosure coverage of current events (http://www.naturalnews.com/033667_mainstream_media_public_trust.html).

“The media has essentially rendered itself irrelevant in the minds and the opinions of a large majority of Americans,” said Don Debar, a political activist, to Press TVin a recent interview. “I am talking about the American media from CNN to FOX [News] and even including some of the so-called progressive media, like Democracy Now and Pacific Radio, where people do not look to them anymore for authoritative information “ (http://www.presstv.ir/detail/232461.html).

Try as they might to gain back the monopoly on news they have lost to the independent media, both online and in print, the traditional print media will ultimately fail to maintain any sort of relevancy if it continues to censor the news as it has been for many years now. More Americans than ever are now awake to the shenanigans of the corporate controllers in major media, which means no amount of online savvy is going to make a difference in stopping the eventual collapse of the corporate news media, no matter how it re-brands itself.

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When “thoughts” become reality

From Spiritual Networks

March 25, 2012

by liesvanloo

Last week I am more aware of things happening around me. It started long ago, but it seems I am more consious about it now. 

It began with making appointments with friends and feeling that it wouldn’t go on, or thinking about things, people and then finding something in my mailbox or a phonecall.

Or when I drive to my work, I often get the feeling that I’m gonna have to waite for the bridge that’s open, and when I have that feeling, it’s always true. 

Some of my friends reminded me lately that when I was younger, I often said things (meant as joke) that became reality in their lifes.

Last week while I was dressing me to go to work, it came in my head that there would be a fire in a retirement resort.

I thought to myself: where does this come from? I’m crazy having such toughts.

That evening I puted on the news and there was earlier that day a fire in Ghent. Next day (friday) about same time I got the idea that there would happen a shooting in a school with young children, I couldn’t say where, but I new it wasn’t in my country.

Again I thought I was very crazy, I work with children and after the buss drama that happend in Switzerland with young children of my country, the last thing I want is children to get hurt or die.

Monday morning while I was driving to work, I had the feeling it would happen today. At noon, I was listening to the radio when I heared about the shooting in a jewish school in France … I freaked out.

My “thoughts” seemed to be premonitions. When it was about little things in My life I had no problem with it, but with these last 2 things, it’s searching to get along with it. 

Sorry if some translations or spelling are wrong, but English is not my native language.


No Charges, No Trial, No Lawyer, No Jury: Straight to Execution

From Activist Post

March 23, 2012

The new American justice system for U.S. citizens.

Anthony Freda Art

P. Revere
Activist Post

It seems big changes are all around our country now; things like globalization, the economic crisis, and our “war on terror”. I have to ask myself why the war on terror is stealing our chances of living as free people, in a free country, being governed by the consent of the people?

The National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 has destroyed three of the ten guarantees of your liberty as stated in the United States Constitution’s Bill of Rights. Any U.S. citizen can now be arrested by the U.S. military while inside the U.S. and can be permanently jailed with no charges, no right to a trial, and no lawyer to assist with a defense.

Yes, it is all true. It is now the law of the land. Congress wrote it and President Obama signed it into law on December 31st, 2011. It is the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2012 (NDAA 2012).

The problems with the new law are located in Title X, subtitle D, subsections 1031 and 1032. Under it, the U.S. military can now arrest U.S. citizens on U.S. soil and indefinitely detain them without charge, without a trial, without the right to ever appear before a civilian judge, and without the right to a lawyer.

The U.S. citizen might then be transferred to “any other foreign country, or any other foreign entity”. Why was the person arrested by the military? Because the person is a “suspected terrorist” or “conspired with suspected terrorists”.

So who is a “suspected terrorist”? According to NDAA 2012, anyone suspected of committing or conspiring to commit a “belligerent act” against the U.S. A look at the definition for belligerent in Webster’s dictionary includes, in addition to “at war”, the definition “ready to fight or quarrel”.

Quarrel is defined as “a dispute, especially an angry one”. Disputing our government’s policies, especially at a loud but nonviolent protest could easily be considered a “belligerent act”.

But how bad is this bill, really? First, there is very broad opposition to it from the “left” and “right”. Both the “right wing” Heritage Foundation and the “left wing” ACLU are strongly opposed. There has not been this much bipartisan anger against a new federal law since the banker bailouts.

Also, it shreds the Bill of Rights in three places, specifically the Fifth Amendment, Sixth Amendment, and Eighth Amendment. 

The Fifth Amendment in the Bill of Rights states, “No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise INFAMOUS (caps mine) crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand Jury … nor be deprived of life, liberty, or property without due process of law”.

Being disappeared by the military is not due process. When you are held forever and never see a judge in open court, it is also a clear violation of the Writ of Habeas Corpus. 

The Sixth amendment states, “In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury … and be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and to have the assistance of counsel for his defense”.

As a U.S. Citizen, you are no longer entitled to any of that. Now it’s no more lawyer, no more speedy and public trial by jury, no charges leveled against you, evidence obtained through torture is O.K., and secret evidence can be used against you.

The mere suspicion that you are an “enemy belligerent” or have conspired with other belligerents is now enough to get you permanently detained. Proving you are indeed a belligerent before a jury is not required. 

The Eighth Amendment states, “Excessive Bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted”.

Permanent detention in a black hole, chained to the floor or ceiling, with no civilian oversight, and no contact with family or friends, is about as cruel as it gets. 

What is going on now in Washington State says a lot about NDAA 2012 subsection 1031 and 1032. Five Washington State representatives have introduced a bill in their State House to protect their citizens from NDAA 2012.

The Washington State Preservation of Liberty act states: “It is indisputable that the threat of terrorism is real, and that the full force of appropriate and constitutional law must be used to defeat this threat.

However, winning the war against terror cannot come at the great expense of eviscerating the unalienable rights recognized by and protected in the United States Constitution and the Constitution of the State of Washington.

Indeed, undermining those constitutional rights serves only to concede to the terrorist’s demands of changing the fabric of what has made the United States of America a republic granting the greatest number of people the greatest amount of liberty, justice, opportunity, prosperity, happiness, peace and good ever known or experienced by humankind throughout the history of the world”

Under NDAA 2012 your right to be a free man or woman has been stripped from you. Your freedom is now in the hands of one strongman, the Commander-In-Chief of the U.S. Armed Forces, our President. He can act alone and decide who is a terrorist, or what group of people are terrorists.

And history is full of examples of what happens when one man is given total control of the military and then uses that power against his own citizens. Specific examples of military policing of the civilian population include Central and South American tin pot dictators such as Augusto Pinochet of Chile and Manuel Noriega of Panama.

You had the Communist military dictatorships of Nicolae Ceausescu in Romania, and Kim Jong Il in North Korea. You had the 1930’s and 1940’s European dictatorships of Benito Mussolini in Italy and Adolf Hitler in Germany. You had the British tyranny over our 13 original colonies prior to our revolution.

Our own Declaration of Independence lists many grievances against the tyrannical King George III of England, among them: “He has affected to render the military independent of and superior to the civil power” and “for depriving us in many cases, of the benefits of trial by Jury”. It is absolutely undeniable that handing unrestricted military policing powers to one man brings tyranny, danger and misery to his citizens. Justice disappears.

People disappear, never to be seen or heard from again. Mass graves full of political dissidents are still being unearthed, and bear witness to the crimes of military strongmen. How is the power we have handed our president any different than the power wielded by the above listed strongmen? We all know absolute power corrupts absolutely. 

But didn’t Obama issue a signing statement when he signed NDAA 2012 saying that he would not indefinitely detain American citizens without trial? Yes he did, and here’s why his signing statement means nothing. First, it is not legally binding; it is an opinion that says “trust me” and is in direct conflict with Obama’s past actions.

It was the Obama Administration that demanded legislators remove language during the crafting of the bill that would have precluded Americans from being subject to indefinite detention without trial.

  The bill’s co-sponsor, Senator Carl Levin, said during a speech on the floor in December that “the language which precluded the application of section 1031 to American citizens was in the bill that we originally approved … and the administration asked us to remove language which says that U.S. citizens and lawful residents would not be subjected to this section”.

If Obama did not want military strongman powers to be given to the president, why did he lobby for them and then sign a bill containing them? Secondly, Obama’s signing statement will have absolutely no influence on future presidents. NDAA 2012 will still be the law of the land when Obama is gone, and we won’t even have his non-binding signing statement to give us the illusion of freedom. The devil is indeed in the details, so do not be fooled.

All this demands a closer look at the “liberal Democrat” Obama. The former Chief Prosecutor of the Guantanamo Military Tribunals, Colonel Morris Davis, says of Obama, “he didn’t just continue the Bush policies, he kissed them on the lips and ran with them”. Nor did our “liberal Democrat”Obama repeal any of the freedom destroying, overreaching aspects of George W. Bush’s war on terror.

All this blows a big hole in the “conservative” verses “liberal” fight that the common citizens have been waging against themselves. While the little people fight amongst themselves, the ruling elite of our country work to maintain Continuity Of Agenda and implement their plans.

It is also noteworthy that Colonel Davis resigned as Chief Prosecutor at Guantanamo because he did not want to admit evidence obtained through torture. So yes, if you are a suspected terrorist, the military can torture you until you confess to whatever they want to hear. They have done it before.

This “evidence” is then admitted to their Kangaroo Court, you are convicted at a closed secret trial, and then you are thrown into a military prison forever. This is the current state of U.S. Military Tribunal justice. You may also be “permanently detained” as a suspected terrorist and not ever be given a military tribunal.

So how is NDAA 2012 , the latest “weapon” in the “war on terror”, sold to the American public? It is sold by instilling fear of terrorism into us, assisted by a complicit mainstream media. “An evil exists that threatens every man, woman and child of this great nation. We must take steps to ensure our domestic security and protect our homeland”.

Who said that? Was it Bush or Obama? Neither. It was Adolf Hitler when he was proposing the creation of the Gestapo in Nazi Germany. Tyrannical governments throughout history have always scared the hell out of their people so the people will accept loss of their freedom and liberty in the name of “security”.

Is the NDAA 2012 subsection 1031 and 1032 really necessary to fight terrorism? Carl Mayer, a public interest attorney who is conducting a lawsuit against the NDAA’s constitutionality writes, “One of the most disturbing aspects of this is that the security establishment came out against it – the CIA, the FBI, the Attorney General, the director of National Intelligence. None of them wanted it. And I think we have to ask, if the security establishment did not want this bill, and the FBI Director Mueller actually goes to Congress and says publicly they don’t want it, why did it pass? What pushed it through?” In answer to Mr. Mayer’s question, the strongman pushed it through, the man who now enjoys dictatorial power over his subjects.

There is a better way. Again we look to history. After World War II, we had Nazi leaders in custody and the world wanted justice. These men were the worst of the worst – warmongers, mass murderers, sadists and sociopaths. These Nazi’s planned and started a mission to do nothing less than take over the world. When the war finally ended, the free world responded with the Nuremberg trials.

The accused Nazi’s were formally charged with various crimes, had access to legal counsel, heard the evidence against them, no torture was used on them, and the proceedings were open and broadcast to the world. Even today you can look in any library and find transcripts of the trials and know exactly what transpired.

A team of judges weighed the evidence against the accused and sentenced 12 to death and 7 to prison for various terms, some for life. Three men were found not guilty. It is obvious that the current U.S. Congress and President believe the American public is not deserving of the level of justice we used to give to Nazi war criminals. How despicable and sad is that?

The National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 has destroyed 3 of the 10 guarantees of your liberty as stated in the United States Constitution’s Bill Of Rights. Any U.S. citizen can now be arrested by the U.S. military while inside the U.S. and can be permanently jailed with no charges, no right to a trial, and no lawyer to assist with a defense.

One should remember though, that in the 1770’s our forefathers in the 13 colonies got tired of British solders kicking in their doors and dragging off their fathers and sons. They got tired of patriots being “disappeared” because they questioned their government’s policies.

Military policing of our 13 original colonies, as well as disgust over other totalitarian practices by the British, gave birth to the United States. This new nation codified and jealously guarded a new set of rights and freedoms. These rights and freedoms have blessed the American people for more than 220 years.

Hundreds of thousands of our soldiers, sailors, airman and marines have spilled their blood all over far away lands fighting those that believe dictatorial, totalitarian tyranny is the best way to run a country. They fought and died to protect a system of government that guarantees it’s citizens fair treatment as well as “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness”.

Unfortunately we now have many Democrats and Republicans in Congress, as well as President Obama, who either don’t understand our rights as citizens, or don’t give a damn about our rights.

The rights our soldiers, sailors, airman and marines have sacrificed so much to defend are being stolen from us by thieves in Congress and the White House. These thieves are taking our blessings of liberty and throwing them in the trash. The NDAA 2012 is a blatant, in-your-face assault on our most basic rights.

Even if no U.S. citizen is ever dragged out of his home by solders in the middle of the night and thrown in some dark hole forever, the fact that this is now a possibility is a disgrace to our country. It is a dismantling of our country. It truly unmasks what our leaders think about the citizens of the United States. Anyone with any grasp of history should smell the danger our citizens now face.

Article originally submitted anonymously to Central Florida Veterans for Peace. Special thanks to Phil Restino for permission to repost.


 US War Criminal 1%: Surrender now or face this future

( 2-minute video )

From examiner.com

Carl Herman's photo

Nonpartisan Examiner


March 23, 2012

Nuremberg Trials key moments

Video: Nuremberg Trials key moments

The Nuremberg Trials established legal precedent for War Criminals exactly in kind to US 1% “leaders” today. Both are cases to prosecute Wars of Aggression that had nothing to do with “self-defense.”

Nazi leadership claimed that national “self-defense” was whatever they said. US and Allied leadership rejected this claim because making a term subjective and by dictatorial decree defeats the purpose of having laws that are clear, understood by all parties, and followed. 

Moreover, the US argued that Nazi leadership was in clear violation of the treaty created after World War 1 to end wars, the Kellogg-Briand Pact of 1928 (my emphases):


The High Contracting Parties solemly declare in the names of their respective peoples that they condemn recourse to war for the solution of international controversies, and renounce it, as an instrument of national policy in their relations with one another.


The High Contracting Parties agree that the settlement or solution of all disputes or conflicts of whatever nature or of whatever origin they may be, which may arise among them, shall never be sought except by pacific means.


… This Treaty shall… remain open as long as may be necessary for adherence by all the other Powers of the world

The US argument won at Nuremberg. Nazi leaders were found guilty of Wars of Aggression.

Importantly, the US today is in violation of this active treaty (Treaties in Force, “Renunciation of War,” US State Department) as well as the treaty of similar language to end war after World War 2: The UN Charter.

US leaders are just as guilty of Wars of Aggression today because US claims of “self-defense” are unexplained in official documents for armed attack and invasions of Afghanistan, Iraq, and several other drone-war targeted nations, and in Orwellian opposition to resolving any issue peacefully (full explanation and documentation here). The only legal exception for use of armed attack is when another nation’s government has used armed attack first; something the US admits did not happen with Afghanistan and Iraq. 

Moreover, US leadership is actively engaged in war propaganda to expand their Wars of Aggression onto Iran; darkly including first-strike nuclear weapon rhetoric. 

And US leadership now actively attacks American citizens:

Here is the US government claiming it can seize any resource, any person, at any time for “national defense.”

Here is the US government claiming it can Constitutionally assassinate Americans upon the non-reviewable dictate of the leader; a psychopathic step to murder Americans who expose their crimes.

Here is NDAA 2012 where US government claims it can Constitutionally disappear Americans and then appoint a tribunal with death sentence authority (unless unlimited detention is their choice). Here is the 2006 Military Commissions Act that says the same. This is fascist terrorism to silence Americans from communicating 1% US War Crimes.

Here is US government claiming it can Constitutionally control-drown (waterboard) anyone they declare a “terrorist” as another terror-tactic to silence dissent.



My offer to speak to Americans from the 1%’s corporate media to argue for Truth and Reconciliation for the 1% money and War Criminals stands. I consider allowing surrender and peaceful retirement fair trade to end their crimes. They will not retain stolen and criminal assets; I will argue for comfortable pension.

Their other option is full criminal and civil prosecution for killing millions, harming billions, and looting trillions of our dollars. This path occupies their remaining years in courts and prison. This path is certain, given the 99%’s exponential path of education and eternal will for freedom.


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