Friday, June 27, 2008

Barry Chamish Suspicions Recognized In Israel Today On Sarkozy Soldier Death

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Friday, June 27, 2008 Israel Today Staff

Israelis question account of soldier's death at Sarkozy farewell

A number of Israelis are calling into question the official version of the sequence of events surrounding this week's death of an Israeli soldier at the farewell ceremony for visiting French President Nicolas Sarkozy.

According to defense officials, the soldier, a member of the Arab Druze community, apparently decided to commit suicide as Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and President Shimon Peres were seeing Sarkozy off at Ben Gurion International Airport.

But commenters on Israel's Internet news sites expressed skepticism over the official version of events.

Most articulate among the dissenting voices was researcher Barry Chamish, who has made a career out of researching alternative theories behind the assassination of former Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin.

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Cliff Kincaid Accuracy In Media Connects Obama Poverty Bill With United Religions Initiative, Witches, World Parliament of Religions And Catholicism

Proud Pagan Witch Backs Obama’s Poverty Bill

AIM Column | By Cliff Kincaid | June 25, 2008

The bill has passed the House of Representatives and the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and awaits action by the full Senate.

While Senator Barack Obama struggles to keep the public in the dark about the nature of his pro-U.N. Global Poverty Act, a recent “Bay Area Interfaith Leaders’ Luncheon” was held to lobby for Senate passage of the bill, whose cost has been estimated at $845 billion. An actual witch who spoke at a “Pagan Pride” festival in San Francisco was one of the listed participants.

The witch, known as the “Elder Donald Frew” of the “Wiccan Community,” was interviewed by the Reverend Don Lewis of “Witch School International” for a “reality” show called “Magick TV” and is shown talking about his involvement in the United Nations-backed United Religions Initiative. Magick TV features a “daily spell.”

Representatives of the United Religions Initiative and the World Parliament of Religions were also among those included in the controversial Bay Area conference, which was held at the University of San Francisco, a Jesuit Catholic institution with a “global perspective,” under the auspices of the Lane Center for Catholic Studies and Social Thought.

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Saturday, June 21, 2008

Reforming Back: Rejecting The EU, Ireland Has Chosen To Reform Back To Its Own Constitution, It's Time For Us Also


As the times ahead guarantees us much travail, I encourage you in your own gifts to be assured that there were others ahead of us.

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Thursday, June 12, 2008

German X Factor: Inflation Worries And Remembrances Of Weimar Moving Germans To German Made Currencies

X-factor: German bank customers are favouring notes that start with the distinctive ‘X’ serial numbers, which show they have come from Berlin

Support For Euro In Doubt As Germans Reject Latin Bloc Notes

By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
Last Updated: 1:26am BST 13/06/2008

Notes printed in Berlin have more currency for bank customers who fear a 'value crisis'

Ordinary Germans have begun to reject euro bank notes with serial numbers from Italy, Spain, Greece and Portugal, raising concerns that public support for monetary union may be waning in the eurozone's anchor country...

Inflation touches a very sensitive nerve in Germany. Holger Schmeiding, from Bank of America, said the country had suffered two traumatic sets of inflation in living memory, first in Weimar in 1923 and then in 1948.

"People suffered a 90pc haircut on financial assets in the currency reform of 1948. The inflationary effects of two world wars were catastrophic," he said.

A group of leading German professors warned at the outset of EMU that the euro would tend to be weaker than old Deutsche Mark, and that it would fuel inflation over time. German citizens were never given a vote on the abolition of the D-Mark, which had become a symbol of Germany's rebirth after the war.

Many have kept a stash of D-Marks hidden in mattresses to this day. A recent IPOS poll showed that 59pc of Germany now had serious doubts about the euro.

Source Telegraph U.K.

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

German Vatican Pope Backs Tony Blair Foundation and Establishes Link With Interpol To Combat Religious Extremism

Vatican Joins Interpol, Adds "Two New" Anti-Terrorist Units and Backs Tony Blair's New Faith Foundation

Published: June 11, 2008

The Holy See has established two new anti-terrorist units and begun closer collaboration with Interpol, the Vatican security chief says.

New Zealand Catholic reports the Vatican has set up two new anti-terrorism units that will work closely with international police experts to prevent possible attacks, the Vatican's director of security announced....

Meanwhile, Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran, head of the Pontifical Council for Inter-Religious Dialogue, has backed Tony Blair's new Faith Foundation agreeing with Mr Blair that religious extremism was a danger.

"The truth has to impose itself by itself, not by the sword."

Commenting on the foundation, Cardinal Tauran said, "I am ready to help it. But it's a very demanding task. I suppose he (Tony Blair) has the charisma and the will, but it is very demanding. If we can help him (Tony Blair), we would do so very willingly because he (Tony Blair) has a clear leadership and much good will."

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Luke 21:24 And they shall fall by the edge of the sword, and shall be led away captive into all nations: and Jerusalem shall be trodden down of the Gentiles, until the times of the Gentiles be fulfilled.

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