When the United Nations Human Rights Council, a conclave of 47 nations that includes such notorious human rights violators as China, Cuba, Libya and Saudi Arabia, meets in Geneva on Friday, its attentions will be focused on the human rights failings of a country called the United States.
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“US Republican Boehner says spending cuts No. 1 “
Somebody said spending cuts?
Strange, I haven’t heard of one of these Rat/Pub/Ind (same thing= scum! geniuses) suggesting AKA cancels his 2-Billion $$$ trip to India!!!!
Matter of fact, I haven’t heard any mention of his 2-Billion $$$ trip at all–almost like it’s a taboo subject, huh???
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WE ARE BEHIND “ENEMY WITHIN” LINES, SURROUNDED, November? Ha! …So Few Can “grok” It.
“It’s pretty clear the American people want us to do something about cutting spending here in Washington and helping to create an environment where we’ll get jobs back,” Boehner told reporters on Wednesday.Republicans picked up at least 60 seats in Tuesday’s elections to hold a solid majority in next year’s House.
Boehner is expected to get the top job of House speaker, supplanting Democrat Nancy Pelosi.With last year’s U.S. budget deficit at a whopping $1.29 trillion, equal to 8.9 percent of gross domestic product, voters have been clamoring for smaller, less expensive government.Some economists fear that politicians could pare spending too much and wind up stifling economic growth, while others have called for more stimulus spending to boost tepid economic growth that has failed to significantly reduce an unemployment rate stuck near 10 percent.Embracing the small government theme, House Republicans have promised to rein in government. In September, they said their first step would be to cut Washington’s spending back to 2008 levels, achieving $100 billion in savings immediately — a move that would do little to sop up the red ink on the ledger
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Said he never ran for anything, but was indeed thinking about a run for the President.
In this exclusive interview for Prison Planet.tv subscribers, author Webster Tarpley goes into detail on a whole host of historical, financial and geopolitical issues in a bid to outline the major crises, revolutions and wars that will hit the globe over the next decade and shape the future of our world.
Tarpley begins by discussing how the Neo-Malthusian ecological extremists in the Obama regime have a shared hatred for science, technology and industry and how they really are contemplating and initiating genocidal measures to thin the human surplus because of their deep-seated ideological impulse, shared by oligarchies throughout the ages, which is to suppress the progress and development of any societal underclass.Tarpley explains how throughout history elites have always claimed that the planet was overpopulated in a bid to justify their wars and brutality, and that this is no different today, with people like Prince Philip expressing their desire to come back as a virus in order to kill masses of humans.Webster Tarpley: The Next Decade tarpley2 Webster Tarpley: The Next Decade tarpley3 Webster Tarpley:
The Next Decade tarpley4Moving on to how these elitists use the financial system to further their aims, Tarpley explains how the move towards a global currency and worldwide financial regulations is being advanced by the IMF, but how nations are now rejecting this “Washington Consensus,” and instead adopting the “Beijing Consensus,” which allows them to retain control over their own national sovereignty.
Tarpley says that the dollar as the world reserve currency is toast and that it is set to be replaced by a synthetic imperialist global currency called the Bancor. Tarpley warns that the IMF dictatorship is now in the final stages of asset stripping the United States.Tarpley goes on to discuss how the Obama administration and its geopolitical guru Zbigniew Brzezinski are keen to manipulate a war between Iran and Russia or Iran and China, by engineering fake color revolutions which will then install parties hostile to the two Communist states.We encourage all our subscribers to watch this interview now at Prison Planet.tv by visiting the “video reports” section.
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News Link • Homeland Security
Opt Out of a Body Scan? Then Brace Yourself
11-04-2010 • JOE SHARKEY, The New York Times
HAVING been taught by nuns in grade school and later going through military boot camp, I have always disliked uniformed authorities shouting at me. So I was unhappy last week when some security screeners at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago started yelling. “Opt out! We got an opt out!” one bellowed about me in a tone that people in my desert neighborhood in Tucson usually reserve for declaring, “Rattlesnake!” Other screeners took up the “Opt out!” shout. I was marched from the metal detector lane to one of those nearby whole-body imagers, ordered to take everything out of my pockets, remove my belt and hold my possessions up high. Then I was required to stand still while I received a rough pat-down by a man whose résumé, I suspected, included experience at a state prison.
In a White House press conference Wednesday, President Barack Obama did not rule out using regulations issued by the Environmental Protection Agency to cap carbon emissions in the United States without an act of Congress.Meanwhile, on October 25, the EPA announced new regulations to limit “greenhouse gas” emissions by heavy-duty trucks and buses.In the last Congress, the House of Representatives passed a “cap-and-trade” bill that would have forced carbon emissions caps on U.S. industry in the interest of protecting the planet against warming.
However, the Senate never voted on the bill.During his Tuesday press conference, Obama initially conceded that Republicans had run for Congress in this election expressly opposing cap-and-trade and that therefore it would be unlikely that cap-and-trade global warming legislation could pass in the upcoming Congress.“I think there are a lot of Republicans that ran against the energy bill that passed in the House last year,” said Obama. “And so it’s doubtful that you could get the votes to pass that through the House this year or next year or the year after.”Later in the press conference, when Obama was asked if he was “open” to using EPA regulations to limit greenhouse gas emissions in the same way as cap-and-trade legislation.
While indicating he would like to work out a compromise with Republicans in Congress, Obama did not rule out using EPA regulation to limit carbon emissions and said the EPA was operating under a “court order” to treat greenhouse gasses as pollutants.