OBAMA’S THE GREAT BLOW JOB NEVER SUCCUMB TO FEAR EXTREME PREJUDICE,

 

Many lessons we in Malaysia can learn from this well-made movie. Naomi Wolf is beautiful, brainy and brave. What happened in Germany under Hitler is still happening around the world. 

Razak Hussein introduced the Third Reich in 1969 after May 13. Mahathir developed the totalitarian controls further. Pak Blah came along and interrupted the pattern briefly – just long enough for freedom fighters to gain a foothold in parliament.

Najib’s silly cousin tried his best to restore law and order – but only gets ridiculed. Now Mahathir wants to up the ante by pushing Jibby out of the way and re-inserting a Neo-Nazi regime via the mud-faced Muhyiddin… and, later, the moronic son of Mahathir! Are we going to let this shit 

happen here?

Ambiga Sreenevasan is a colossus of intellect and integrity in the Malaysian legal fraternity. Ask any lawyer and they will tell you. Here is what Wikipedia has to say:

Responding to speculation that Pakatan Rakyat had identified her as a formidable candidate for the 13th general election, Bersih 2.0 chairperson Dato’ Ambiga Sreenevasan reiterated that she will not contest.
“My sole interest in the 13th general election is to ensure that it is clean and fair,” she said when contacted today.”I confirm I’m not running in the next general election.”
The former Bar Council president is perplexed at how such speculation could be raised, and repeatedly, because she was leading the electoral reform coalition.
Bersih gained momentum for organising the July 9 street rally to push for free and fair elections and since then, the mainstream media and ruling parties have been portraying Ambiga and Bersih with the opposition.
Yesterday, Parti Pesaka Bumiputera Bersatu (PBB) Youth chief Fadillah Yusof urged Ambiga to clear the air on whether she intended to be a candidate in the next general election.
“The rakyat wants to know whether it is true that she has had negotiations with (PKR de facto leader) Anwar Ibrahim.
“And if she had been offered a seat, then which constituency and under which party’s banner would she contest?” New Straits Times quoted Fadillah as saying.
Fadillah, who is also deputy science, technology and innovation minister, was responding to speculation that Ambiga was among several leaders Pakatan has identified as candidates in the coming election.
Ambiga stressed that the eight electoral reform demands proposed by Bersih should be the focus of discussion.
“It is imperative that, at the very least, the eight demands by Bersih must be implemented before the next general election,” she added.
Dato’ Ambiga Sreenevasan (born 1956) is a Malaysian lawyer who served as the Malaysian Bar chairlady from 2007 to 2009. 

In March 2009, she became one of the eight recipients for the 2009 Secretary of State’s Award for International Women of Courage Awards. In the ceremony, the United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton commented, “… Ambiga Sreenevasan, has a remarkable record of accomplishment in Malaysia. She has pursued judicial reform and good governance, she has stood up for religious tolerance, and she has been a resolute advocate of women’s equality and their full political participation. She is someone who is not only working in her own country, but whose influence is felt beyond the borders of Malaysia. And it is a great honor to recognize her and invite her to the podium.”

References: “Remarks by Clinton on International Women of Courage Awards”. America.gov. United States. 11 March. Retrieved 2 December 2009.While many questions relating to the State of Palestine’s imminent application for UN membership are being raised and vigorously debated, one relevant question has not been. That question is how American national interests would be harmed if Palestine were to be admitted as the 194th member of the UN, as it clearly would be in the absence of an American veto.Perhaps the question is not being raised and debated because no potential adverse consequences – at least for the US and the American people – can be envisioned and cited to justify a veto.
While legal considerations have never weighed heavily on the American approach to Israel and Palestine, it is worth noting that, since November 1988, when the State of Palestine was formally proclaimed, the Palestinian claim to sovereignty over the remaining 22 per cent of mandatory Palestine which Israel conquered and occupied in 1967 (aside from expanded East Jerusalem, as to which Israel’s sovereignty claim is universally rejected) has been both literally and legally uncontested.
Jordan renounced its claim to sovereignty over the West Bank in July 1988. While Egypt administered the Gaza Strip for 19 years, it never asserted sovereignty over it. While Israel has formally annexed East Jerusalem and an arc of surrounding territory, which is an annexation recognised by no other state, it has for 44 years refrained from asserting sovereignty over any other portion of the West Bank or the Gaza Strip.
It is also worth noting that the four criteria codified in the Montevideo Convention on the Rights and Duties of States for a state to exist under international law – a permanent population, a defined territory, government and a capacity to enter into relations with other states – are clearly met by the State of Palestine. The Montevideo Convention, as a ratified treaty that has not been renounced, has the status of domestic law in the US and that both domestic and international law require the US government to respect and observe its provisions.
More than 120 UN member states (including 15 of the 20 most populous states, encompassing the vast majority of mankind) have already extended diplomatic recognition to the State of Palestine, and more are expected to do so as the Security Council vote on its membership draws nearer.
Since there can be no credible legal argument that the State of Palestine does not yet meet the conventional and customary international law criteria for sovereign statehood, any decision to oppose its UN membership application would necessarily be based on purely political considerations.
American national interests
Few people alive can remember the last time that the US disobeyed Israel, and it is widely assumed that it will inevitably veto the State of Palestine’s membership application. Indeed, many commentators assert that it has publicly pledged to do so. While the US government is desperately striving to prevent a Security Council vote on Palestinian membership, it is far from certain that it has pledged to impose its veto – or, even if it had, that it would actually do so.
When addressing a special Security Council session on the Middle East on July 26, the American representative said with respect to Palestine’s UN membership initiative: “The United States will not support unilateral campaigns at the United Nations in September or any other time.”
Setting aside the Israeli-initiated absurdity of characterising an appeal for support to the entire international community as a “unilateral” action, what is important in this formulation is what it did not say. It did not say that the US will oppose the Palestinian membership application and cast its veto to defeat it. If the US had reached a firm decision to veto, this would have been the logical occasion to say so.
Furthermore, Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat, when asked in an interview published on September 7 in the Los Angeles Times whether the Americans had told the Palestinians that they will veto, replied: “The US told us that the UN is not an option they will support. I hope they will not veto. How will they explain a veto?”
Indeed, while any potential harm to American national interests as a result of Palestinian membership in the UN would be difficult to imagine, the adverse consequences for the US of blocking Palestine’s membership are dazzlingly obvious. An American veto would constitute a shotgun blast in both of its own feet, further isolating the US from the rest of the world and outraging the already agitated and unstable Arab and Muslim worlds (notably Egypt, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Turkey).
In considering whether to veto or abstain, Barack Obama might wish to re-read an article by Prince Turki Al-Faisal, the long-serving Saudi Arabian intelligence chief and former ambassador to the US, which was published on June 10 in the Washington Post , in which he warned: “There will be disastrous consequences for US-Saudi relations if the United States vetoes UN recognition of a Palestinian state. It would mark a nadir in the decades-long relationship as well as irrevocably damage the Israeli-Palestinian peace process and America’s reputation among Arab nations. The ideological distance between the Muslim world and the West in general would widen – and opportunities for friendship and cooperation between the two could vanish.”
Unless the president’s sole concern is his personal re-election prospects, it should not be ruled out that the US government just might, exceptionally, put American national interests ahead of the desires of the Israeli government and abstain when the time comes.
If the US government did decide to defy most of the world by casting its veto, this would hurt the US and Israel far more than it would hurt Palestine, definitively disqualifying the US from maintaining its monopoly stranglehold on any “peace process” – which, since US objectives are indistinguishable from Israeli objectives, could only be to Palestine’s advantage. This month’s UN initiative is a win-win proposition for Palestine. The question at the UN this month is not, as is still frequently misreported, whether Palestine will declare independence. As it did so 23 years ago. The question at the UN this month is whether the United States of America will declare independence.

FORMER CIA ASSET REVEALS HOW SHE WAS GAGGED AFTER 9/11

DAVID BEN GURION, THE FIRST ISRAELI PRIME MINISTER.HIS WORDS, AS PRINTED IN THE JEWISH CHRONICLE,9 AUGUST 1967, LEAVES NOTHING TO IMAGINATION:
“THE WORLD ZIONIST MOVEMENT SHOULD NOT BE NEGLECTFUL OF THE DANGERS OF MUSLIM COUNTRIES TO IT. NOW SHOULD BE ITS FIRST TARGET, FOR THIS IDEOLOGICAL STATE IS A THREAT TO OUR EXISTENCE. THE WHOLE OF IT, HATES THE JEWS AND LOVES THE ARABS. “THIS LOVER OF THE ARABS IS MORE DANGEROUS TO US THAN THE ARABS THEMSELVES. FOR THAT MATTER, IT IS MOST ESSENTIAL FOR THE WORLD ZIONISM THAT IT SHOULD NOW TAKE IMMEDIATE STEPS AGAINST MALAYSIA “WHEREAS THE MINORITY INHABITANTS OF THE MALAY PENINSULA ARE HINDUS WHOSE HEARTS HAVE BEEN FULL OF HATRED TOWARDS MUSLIMS, THEREFORE, MALAYSIA IS THE MOST IMPORTANT BASE FOR US TO WORK THERE FROM AGAINST MUSLIM COUNTRIES. “IT IS ESSENTIAL THAT WE EXPLOIT THIS BASE AND STRIKE AND CRUSH THE MUSLIMS, ENEMIES OF JEWS AND ZIONISM, BY ALL DISGUISED AND SECRET PLANS.”
They’re sneaky. They lie. They’re evil. They think everyone else is an animal and therefore without souls. They’re the most despicable people on the planet to say the least. These evil doers are behind Hollywood, the porn industry, race mixing,the homosexual agenda …. you name it … and they’re the ones orchestrating it.?READMORE  

If you’ve wanted to know what the ordinary CIA agent who wasn’t part of the 9/11 plot was doing and thinking after 9/11, Susan Lindauer, author of Extreme Prejudice, can tell you. Her handler, after 9/11, told her the CIA was not going to conduct an investigation but was really aiming simply to keep the people calm. When she began digging into the matter, she landed up in prison. Her handler, by contrast, received a $13 million payoff. 

Amazing testimony of ex-CIA Asset Susan Lindauer. Five years of legal troubles, one year in prison for daring to tell the truth. During the Bush era the top controllers of the governmental mechanism of Defense and National Security wanted to have a war with Iraq. They got their wish and anyone who got in the way was dealt with severely no matter if they violated a law or not. Not brought to trial, Lindauer was jailed under the ‘Patriot Act’ which amounted to summary punishment outside a verdict in a court of law. She was jailed without a trial. This is part of her story that is just unfolding now. She has waited 10 years to tell it.


My comment: I find Susan Lindauer’s personality gratingly superficial and her delivery far too glib for someone who suffered unjust punishment for attempting to do her job. She sounds more like just another author trying to promote her new book. Nevertheless, she reveals many snippets of information worth adding to the mountain of evidence already assembled, which points to the fact that the entire episode was a 4D disaster movie scripted by astral parasites through human agents for the sole purpose of further disempowering the masses and promoting centralized government as “the only way to exterminate random acts of  violence.”

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