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REAL NEWS Oct.29 2012

Posted by Xaniel777 on October 28, 2012

TODAY’S NEWS : October 29, 2012



 Uncounted: The New Math of American Elections –

With Electronic Voting Machines, Why Bother to Vote?



From Underground Documentaries

Uploaded by  on Dec 22, 2010


UNCOUNTED is an explosive new documentary that shows how the election fraud that changed the outcome of the 2004 election led to even greater fraud in 2006 – and now looms as an unbridled threat to the outcome of the 2008 election.

This controversial feature length film by Emmy award-winning director David Earnhardt examines in factual, logical,

and yet startling terms how easy it is to change election outcomes and undermine election integrity across the U.S. Noted computer programmers, statisticians, journalists, and experienced election officials provide the irrefutable proof.

UNCOUNTED shares well documented stories about the spine-chilling disregard for the right to vote in America.

In Florida, computer programmer Clint Curtis is directed by his boss to create software that will “flip” votes from one candidate to another.

In Utah, County Clerk Bruce Funk is locked out of his office for raising questions about security flaws in electronic voting machines.

Californian Steve Heller gets convicted of a felony after he leaks secret documents detailing illegal activities committed by a major voting machine company.

And Tennessee entrepreneur, Athan Gibbs, finds verifiable voting a hard sell in America and dies before his dream of honest elections can be realized.










Drone-murders of Americans ‘Totally Right, Totally Constitutional’: Homeland Security Chairperson




From GlobalResearch

By Washington’s Blog – October 27, 2012

… and if you question it, you are “a horrible moron,” concludes Peter T. King, Chair of the House Committee on Homeland Security.

This 2-minute video from We Are Change Luke Rudkowski powerfully captures what US “leadership” has become.

The good news is their arrogance and evasion is only tragic-comic sideshows to the “emperor has no clothes” obvious facts of their massive crimes centering in war and money.

This is what matters:

  • War law within US treaties is crystal-clear in letter and intent: no nation may use military armed attacks unless under attack by another nation’s government.

    The US military armed attacks in current and expanding targets are obvious unlawful and unconstitutional Wars of Aggression.

    War law was written in every language on the planet for the people to uphold limited government in war.

  • War law is the legal victory of all American families’ sacrifices through two world wars.

    US military have Oaths of Enlistment to support and defend the US Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.

    War law’s treaty-status means US military are obligated to refuse all orders in current wars and act to arrest those who issue them.

    There are no lawful war orders when the wars are unlawful.

  • The use of war violence is usually associated with criminal acts for money, and lies to evade public recognition of these obvious crimes. Crimes by US oligarchic “leadership” for money are just as obvious upon inspection.

     Propaganda by US corporate media’s six companies to criminally lie and evade is also easy to prove for anyone willing to look.

This is our present and future:

  • Americans can choose intellectual integrity and moral courage to use their voices and actions in light of the “emperor has no clothes” obvious.

    This will save millions of lives, help billions in poverty, and reclaim trillions in the public’s monies that have been looted.

    The obvious war-murders will end. 

    Obvious reforms to release looted money, and reforming credit and money as public services rather than bankster parasitism can quickly cause full-employment for infrastructure investment.

  • Americans should consider a Truth & Reconciliation offer to the “1%” criminals.

    The advantage is to split those members willing to reclaim their hearts and integrity to help us, make it easier for the criminals to surrender rather than fight us, and most quickly enact policies to reclaim our humanity.

  • Americans could refuse to engage in this basic civil requirement for freedom, and earn the Greek insult for political apathy that is so powerful it’s remained untranslated for over 2,000 years: idiot.

Choose carefully. You may just have what you choose and work for.


COMMENT BY : Claire Rivero of WRH.com

Memo to Homeland Security Chair King: sir, as a woman of both faith and logic, I question this rationale very intensely, as does every other thinking American.

My only question here, sir, is how soon do you and your colleagues intend to use extrajudicial assassinations against American citizens here at home?

What is the time frame you all envision for such actions against American citizens, and what will the “trigger” be?!?

Some kind of massive riots (for which obviously the Federal Government has been vigorously preparing, with huge purchases of bullets, including man-killer hollow points)?!?

Sir, the only things these extrajudicial assassinations abroad have done are:

1. Kill and maim hundreds, if not thousands, of non-combatants; children, women, and the medically fragile elderly.

2. Inspire those who wish our military harm to join the unrest against US military assets overseas.

3. Telegraphs to the world that the US is not a country of laws, but a country of men (and some women) who bend the law to their liking, giving them the rationale to kill with impunity in order to prop up the petrodollar; neutralize Israel’s enemies; and expropriate resources in other countries to which the US government has no moral right.

The United States is no longer a country of the people, by the people, and for the people; it has become a government by the money junky corporations (who purchase your and your colleagues’ votes on legislation); for the money money junky corporations, and of the money junky corporations.~~~Claire Rivero











Cyberattacks on U.S. Banks an Excuse for War?

From American Free Press

By Keith Johnson – October 28, 2012

Who’s really responsible for a recent series of cyberattacks on American banks?

If United States officials and politicians are to be believed, the  government of Iran and its so-called “terrorist” proxies are to blame.

However, some information security experts have cast doubt on this  allegation, while others insist that the attacks are an obvious false-flag operation whose perpetrators have multiple, far-reaching objectives.

Word of compromised computer banking systems first surfaced in late September, when Wells Fargo, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase and other financial institutions reported falling victim to computer network attacks that temporarily blocked many of their customers from engaging in online banking.

Since then, Capital One, BB&T, HSBC and Regions banks have also reported experiencing similar disruptions to their websites.

An obscure group—identifying itself as the Izz ad-din al-Qassam Cyber Fighters—claimed responsibility for the first wave of attacks as retaliation for the amateurish Innocence of Muslims film that mocked the Islamic prophet Mohammed and sparked protests throughout the Middle East.

However, almost immediately following this announcement, unidentified U.S. national security officials allegedly told NBC News that this claim was just “a cover” story for the Iranian government’s cyberterrorism operations.

Similarly, on October 12, another unnamed U.S. official told The Wall Street Journal that the recent attacks against U.S. banks bore “signatures” traced to “a network of fewer than 100 Iranian computer-security specialists at universities and network security companies in Iran.”

The alleged source went on to say “These are not ordinary Iranians,” and added that the “hackers don’t have the resources to mount major attacks without the support and technical expertise of the government.”

Despite the government’s claims, tracing a computer hack to its original source is far from conclusive.

“In most cases, if the attacker is highly skilled, it is nearly impossible to clearly determine the origin of an event, and even more difficult to ascertain if the attack was state-sponsored or instigated by individual actors,” writes Anthony M. Freed at Security Bistro.

“The use of multiple proxies, Internet routing tricks, employing compromised systems belonging to a third party and the use of spoofed [Internet computer] addresses can all be easily coordinated to give the appearance that an attack is originating far from the actual source.”

Cesar Cerrudo, an information security specialist and chief technology officer for IO/Active Labs, is also at odds with the government’s allegations.

“It’s very easy to attack some group of people or some country and make it look like it came from another country,” Cerrudo said in a recent post for network security magazine Dark Reading. “You can engage them into cyberwar via a third party.”

As an example, Cerrudo cites a 2010 hack that targeted China’s Baidu search engine by a group claiming to be the Iranian Cyber Army.

“The Chinese were surprised that Iranians had attacked them,” said Cerrudo. “After that, the Chinese attacked Iran. But it turns out it wasn’t actually Iran behind the Baidu attack. Someone else attacked the Chinese to get them to attack the Iranians.”

(Some say the so-called Iranian Cyber Army is or was a group of Russian hackers based outside Iran.)

Although no one can be sure who perpetrated the recent hacks on U.S. banks, many are asking the obvious question: Cui bono? (Who benefits?)

“With President Obama ready to sign an executive order to control the Internet in the name of cybersecurity, could it be more obvious that this ‘cyberattack’ is a total setup?” asked Eric Blair on the popular website Activist Post.

“Especially since all versions of Internet control legislation have failed to pass in normal government channels both domestically and internationally,” he added.

Susanne Posel of another popular website, Occupy Corporatism, wrote: “Framing Iran for the American banking system’s computer failure kills two birds with one stone. Not only would the banking cartels be able to shut down all banking computers (and simultaneously siphon the remaining money in their customers’ accounts) but also use this fake cyberattack to engage the American public against Iran and justify their highly anticipated military strike.”

In a recent edition of the computer magazine Information Security, other theories were explored that have received little attention in the media.

Among the possible culprits considered are hacktivist groups like Anonymous and Russian crime syndicates.

But in terms of motive and capability, Israelis top the list.

Not only do they consider Iran to be the greatest threat to their existence, but they’ve also demonstrated a proficiency in cyberwarfare through the creation of sophisticated viruses that have been successfully used against Iran’s infrastructure.

Recently, a new virus dubbed “mini-Flame” has targeted banks in Lebanon and Iran.

Mike Rivero, a former NASA employee and webmaster of the website What Really Happened, suspects that Israel is behind the recent attacks, and believes Israel will likely follow it up with a complete take-down of U.S. financial computers that will falsely be blamed on Iran.

“This also gets Wall Street and Washington, D.C. off the hook,” he said, “because now the financial meltdown is an act of war, rather than the result of decades of Wall Street crime and corruption and the predations of private central banks.”


Keith Johnson is an independent journalist and the editor of Revolt of the Plebs, an alternative news website. Keith is also a licensed private detective.








United Nations should be kicked off US soil: US congressman


{XANIEL’S NOTE : Both Republican and Democratic treasonous parties almost seem to be pissing themselves right now, 

because they may be outed for their ‘ IN OUR FACE ‘ voter fraud, which both parties are heavily guilty of.

I don’t like or trust the U.N. either because it always takes the position of just wagging its finger at the U.S. and Israel whenever they commit ‘ Crimes Against Humanity ‘, no further action taken.

But this same U.N. is ready to go to war on anyone else outside the Western Alliance that commits problems that aren’t even a fraction of what Israel and the U.S. have done.

But right now I think it’s a good idea for them to observe this years elections.


that this is not just ‘ Smoke and Mirrors ‘ by the ‘ Crap-Elite ‘ to make the America people feel they are actually getting a fair and honest election with U.N. presence, when in fact, they would not be.

It would, however,  prove once and for all that the U.N. IS as corrupt as I always believed them to be ! }~~~Xaniel777


Posted by poorricard’s blog

From PressTV – October 28, 2012

Republican congressman Connie Mack (file photo)

Republican congressman Connie Mack (file photo)

Sat Oct 27, 2012 8:59AM GMT

“For years the United Nations has aggressively worked against the best interests of our country and many of our allies. The UN’s actions and intentions toward the United States have been nothing short of reprehensible.”Republican congressman Connie Mack

Republican congressman Connie Mack has called on the US administration to stop funding the United Nations, saying the world body should be “kicked off US soil.”

Connie, who is the representative for Florida’s 14th congressional district, condemned the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) for its plan to send monitors to polling places across the United States on Election Day to monitor the event. 

OSCE, which is registered as an NGO with the UN, will send 44 observers across America to monitor the voting centers.

The organization was asked by American civil rights groups to monitor the election, after being warned of “a coordinated political effort to disenfranchise millions of Americans – particularly traditionally disenfranchised groups like minorities.” 

The 45-year-old congressman stressed that the news should have outraged every American, because “the only ones who should ever oversee American elections are Americans.”

(Xaniel’s Note : This idiot fail to mention that a company in Spain is counting some of the U.S. votes. HOW AMERICAN!!)~~~Xaniel777 

The Republican politician said that the idea that the UN “would be allowed, if not encouraged” to monitor the US election, “is nothing short of disgusting.”

(Xaniel’s Note : Once again, is this all ‘ Smoke and Mirrors ‘ ??? Because this guy even sounds phony!!)~~~Xaniel777

“For years the United Nations has aggressively worked against the best interests of our country and many of our allies. The UN’s actions and intentions toward the United States have been nothing short of reprehensible,” Connie added. 

Connie is the Republican Senate nominee, running for 2012 US Senate election in Florida, which is scheduled be held alongside the 57th US presidential election on November 6. 









Israel: The End of the Dream

From “Exodus” to the apartheid state


From Veterans News Now

October 27, 2012

Likud-Yisrael Beiteinu announce merger



When I was very young, I thrilled to the strains of “Exodus” – the music that accompanied the popular movie depicting the Israeli fight for independence.

I played it over and over, every night, falling asleep to its crashing chords of defiance and deliverance.

But it wasn’t just the music.

As I grew older I was enamored of the Israeli narrative: a nation of exiles who forged for themselves a place that could be called home.

For a somewhat alienated teen-ager, such as myself, who didn’t feel at home anywhere, the Israelis represented the outsider triumphant, a long-persecuted people who, in spite of everything, had carved out a place for themselves in the world.

This is the image that burned itself into my brain, and, like many Americans, Jews and non-Jews alike, I felt a bond with the Israeli people that could almost be called spiritual.

Today, however – almost fifty years later – I have quite a different view of the Jewish state.

Not even the musical score written by Ferrante and Teicher can erase the reality of a nation that systematically oppresses its Palestinian helots,

a ruthless Sparta armed to the teeth (courtesy of my tax dollars) that is now engaged in a propaganda campaign designed to drag the United States into yet another unnecessary and horrifically destructive war in the Middle East.

I have been pointing to the growing danger of religious and political extremism in Israel for years.

Now the evidence is pouring in, confirming my diagnosis in every particular.

First, the recent announcement that Israel’s largest party, Likud – the party of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – is merging with Yisrael Beiteinu, a right-wing ultra-nationalist party founded by Avigdor Lieberman, a former bar bouncer who immigrated from Russia in 1978 and is now Israel’s foreign minister.

Lieberman was a member of the Likud youth group while studying international relations and political science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, where he was known for brawling with rival Arab student groups.

According to Ha’aretz, at one point he was a member of the extremist Kach party of Rabbi Meir Kahane, now banned as a terrorist organization in Israel and listed as such by the US State Department.

He denies this, but the only manner in which his views differ from the virulently racist and nationalist Kahanists is his relative secularism: for example, he wants the state-subsidized Haredim (Orthodox religious scholars) to be conscripted into the army, like everyone else.

Lieberman rose quickly through the ranks of Likud, eventually becoming Netanyahu’s chief of staff, but split to form his own party when the Wye River memorandum granting Palestinians some basic rights was signed by his boss.

From the beginning his party has been the voice of Russian Jews who emigrated in the wake of the Soviet Union’s collapse and felt alienated from Israeli society.

The party fielded its first list of candidates to the Knesset in 1999 on a platform that included depriving Israeli Arabs of their citizenship.

When the Labor party leadership nominated an Israeli Arab to the post of minister of science and technology, Yisrael Beiteinu deputies in the Knesset declared the Zionist state was in danger of losing its Jewish character.

Condemned as racists, the party nevertheless prospered, steadily increasing its share of the vote and its fraction in the Knesset.

Their plan is to annex most of the West Bank, demand a loyalty oath from Israeli Arabs – and strip citizenship from those who refuse.

They want to narrow the terms of the Law of Return – which guarantees citizenship to any and all Jews who emigrate to Israel – by restricting aliyah to born Jews and Orthodox converts: converts to Progressive and Reform Judaism need not apply.

Yisrael Beiteinu has been the loudest voice calling for war with Iran, and Lieberman – who once called for bombing the Aswan dam – revels in the role of warmonger.

When he entered the government in 2006, it was on the condition of his appointment to a new cabinet position: Minister of strategic affairs, a post created to counter the alleged threat from Iran.

After the 2009 elections, the party emerged as the third largest in the nation, and entered a coalition government with Likud:

Netanyahu made him Foreign Minister.

Lieberman links the peace process with the Palestinians to the Iranian nuclear issue and says the former cannot continue as long as the latter is unresolved.

He supports the settlement movement – although the settler types, intensely religious, disapprove of his party’s secularism – and had a memorable clash with Hillary Clinton over the issue.

According to Lieberman, the Bush administration had agreed to allow the settlements, but Hillary wasn’t buying it.

He wants to execute members of the Knesset who meet with Hamas: faced with criticism from Israeli Arabs and the liberal wing of the Labor party, the thuggish Lieberman vowed that once he and his party take power we’ll take care of you.

With the rising tide of ultra-nationalist extremism in Israel, that day may not be far.

Which brings us to the second exhibit of evidence: a recent poll that shows the frightening dominance of racist and ultra-nationalist trends in Israeli society.

The headline in Ha’aretz says it all: “Most Israeli Jews would support an apartheid regime in Israel.”

The paper reports:

“The majority of the Jewish public, 59 percent, wants preference for Jews over Arabs in admission to jobs in government ministries.

Almost half the Jews, 49 percent, want the state to treat Jewish citizens better than Arab ones; 42 percent don’t want to live in the same building with Arabs and 42 percent don’t want their children in the same class with Arab children.”

The bullied have become the bullies.

According to the survey, “a sweeping 74 percent majority is in favor of separate roads for Israelis and Palestinians in the West Bank.”

Even more ominously, “Almost half – 47 percent – want part of Israel’s Arab population to be transferred to the Palestinian Authority.”

In short, they favor ethnic cleansing.

Among the disgusting details of this comprehensive scientific poll is this interesting tidbit:

“Most of the Jewish public (58 percent) already believes Israel practices apartheid against Arabs. Only 31 percent think such a system is not in force here.”

When American critics of Israeli government policies describe it as an “apartheid state” they are simply agreeing with the views of the majority of Israelis, who know apartheid when they see it – and live it.

Yet this designation is regularly cited by Israel’s American amen corner as prima facie evidence of anti-Semitism.”

By this standard, 58 percent of the Israeli public can now be classified as anti-Semites.

The surge of openly racist passions has fueled increasing violence against the Arab minority: recently a crowd of hundreds of football hooligans –

of the type that, in Europe, are often the shock troops of neo-Nazi parties – shouting “Death to Arabs!” swept through the streets of Jerusalem, beating any Arab they could find.

The police did nothing to stop them, and, as far as I can tell, none have been arrested.

The Israel of today is not the Israel of “Exodus.”

It is not the Israel of the democratic egalitarian Labor tradition, symbolized by the kibbutz: it is, in fact, no longer the only democracy in the region –

it is, instead, an increasingly tribalist and anti-democratic state, a militaristic society dominated by ethnic and religious exclusivism, and a dangerously expansionist one to boot.

In championing Israel’s cause, Mitt Romney and his Republican cohorts continually refer to our alliance with the Jewish state as reflective of American values, contrasting this with the “realist” view which subordinates values to interests.

This may have been true in the early days of the Zionist enterprise, but it is far from true today: indeed, Israel is taking a path which can only end in the dark abyss of tribalism, religious fundamentalism – and war.

It is, for me, a sickening process to observe from afar – because I still remember my youthful vision of a benevolent Promised Land, and a people whose oppression made them sensitive to the oppression of others.

I remember the strains of “Exodus” ringing in my ears, as I fell asleep to the sound of yearning and triumph over evil.


A lot of what I write in this space is prefigured on Twitter, and I urge you to join me there, where we can have a real dialogue. Go here to sign on my Twitter feed.

Original source:  Antiwar.com








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