Here’s some of the week’s NWO news that I’m starting to catch up on.
Iran is completely within it’s rights as a signee of the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty to want electrical generation from nuclear power plants, and is showing the west it can counter every move in this demonization game. But watch how the true axis of weasels, Israel, the US and Brits, crudely move the goalposts again.
“Iran agreed in principle today to export much of its stock of enriched uranium for processing and to open its newly revealed enrichment plant to UN inspections within a fortnight.
The agreements, struck at negotiations in Geneva with six major powers, represented the most significant progress in talks with Tehran in more than three years, and offered hope that the nuclear crisis could be defused, at least temporarily.”
Iran to Allow IAEA Inspectors into Nuclear Plant
“Iran says it will allow inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency into its newly disclosed uranium enrichment plant.
Iran’s nuclear chief, Ali Akbar Salehi, said Saturday on Iranian state television the timing of the visit will be worked out with the IAEA.”
Iran Agrees to Meet with World Powers Again
And here’s an example of moving the goalposts.
Never mind that Iran is a member of NPT. Never mind that the IAEA says Iran isn’t building nuclear weapons.Forget that Iran has opened up it’s facilities for inspection. (While Israel hasn’t) Dismiss the fact that Iran will be sending most of it’s enriched uranium out of country for processing.
The ziofascists demand that Iran has to prove a negative:
West gives Iran three months to prove it does not want nuclear weapons
Think how truly stupid that headline is. Say you don’t like asparagus. I insist you do. And then I arbitrarily give you some time frame of my choosing for you to prove to me that you don’t like asparagus. Just how the hell are you supposed to do that, aside from continuing not to eat the stuff?
I really love the asparagus analogy.
I do like asparagus though.
The NWO elite excel in diversion tactics and like all good Three Card Monte practitioners, the so-called “Iranian Nuclear Crisis” is meant to take the eye off the ball of Israeli war crimes against the Palestinians.
Via Global Research:
World events have taken an interesting turn recently, with the Goldstone report, which wreaked havoc in the beginning of the week being nearly completely overshadowed by Iran’s revelation of another nuclear facility, according to diplomats in Vienna on September 25.
The Iran nuclear threat – although theater is a more suitable term – was highlighted repeatedly, first by US President Barack Obama during a UN speech on September 23, then again by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu the next day. The latter came armed with maps and relentlessly provoked Holocaust memories, following the ever so predictable, albeit insensitive and deceptive pattern.
This charade was meant to distract from the nearly 600 page UN report, prepared by South Africa judge Richard Goldstone and others, dedicated mostly to Israeli war crimes in Gaza.
Confirming that Israel wantonly used weapons, including illegal weapons, against a defenseless civilian population in Gaza and going so far to say that Israel did not only commit war crimes, but indeed may have also committed crimes against humanity, the findings of the report were all set by the wayside. The report was utterly rebuked by Netanyahu and his ilk, arrogantly disregarded and shelved.
Concurrently, Israel’s official statement regarding the IAEA’s pressure on Israel to sign on to the Non-Proliferation Treaty was that Israel “deplored” such a notion. The Israeli conceit may be redundant, but is as ever infuriating.
Many of Israel’s devoted supporters accused the Goldstone mission of fabricating conclusions before the investigations even came to a close.
And so yet again, Israel unhesitatingly established that they it’s above the law, promptly and successfully turning the world’s attention to the greater menace: Iran.
It seems that President Obama is also learning some painful lessons regarding the balance of power between the US and Israel, going into negotiations in Washington this past week – along with Palestinian Authority President, Mahmoud Abbas – with a strong stance for the complete freeze of all settlement activity, and ending with clear and potent calls for the Palestinians to continue down the road of diplomacy inspite of Israel’s refusal to consider the option of adhering to international law. In the words of Israeli writer, Uri Avnery, “No point denying it: in the first round of the match between Barack Obama and Binyamin Netanyahu, Obama was beaten.”
One of the goals of the NWO (a stated goal BTW) is the break-down of the American middle class and to bring down Americans more ‘in line’ with most of the world’s population, whom happen to be pretty poor.
The overall poverty rate in the US rose to 13.2 percent in 2008, as workers across all sectors of the economy became jobless and increasing numbers of families were forced into destitution, according to a new government report. Real median household income also declined by 3.6 percent.
The report released Tuesday, part of the US Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, is the most recent to measure the recession’s impact on working class families and the poor. Based on the changes between 2007 and 2008, the first full year of the recession, its findings do not reflect increases in poverty and joblessness this year as the consequences of the crisis have become even more acute.
The official poverty rate of 13.2 percent in 2008 was up from 12.5 percent in 2007. This figure translates into 39.8 million people in poverty across America. The official poverty level is set at $22,000 annually for a family of four with two children or $12,000 for an individual, an absurdly low threshold. This means that far more people than indicated by the survey do not have adequate resources to pay for food, shelter, medical care and other basic necessities.
The poverty rate rose across virtually all demographic groups. Poverty among Hispanics climbed from 21.5 percent in 2007 to 23.2 percent in 2008. Non-Hispanic whites saw poverty rise from 8.2 percent in 2007 to 8.6 percent in 2008, while poverty among Asians was up from 10.2 percent in 2007 to 11.8 percent in 2008. African-Americans were the only group where poverty remained statistically unchanged at a staggering 24.7 percent, or about one in four people.
The Census Bureau reported a rise in poverty in 31 states and the District of Columbia. Two of the four most populous states—California and Florida—saw poverty rates rise by 1 percent, to just over 13 percent in each state.
Connecticut saw the largest increase in poverty, rising to 9.3 percent, with an additional 1.4 percent of the state’s population living in poverty. Connecticut’s proximity to Wall Street, the center of the financial collapse, contributed to the state’s poverty as spending cuts by bankers and other financial employees in the New York City suburbs were reflected in declines in income for the lowest paid workers.
William Frey, a demographer at the Brookings Institution, commented in an interview, “People don’t go from being a CEO or a hedge fund manager into poverty, but there is a trickle-down effect when these groups of people start to cut back on their spending. In many places, the first people to go when things get tight are the lowest-earning workers.”
This is disgusting in the light of bankster and financier bail-outs which enable these criminals to give themselves million dollar bonuses.
People mistake Obama as the start of all this, but this isn’t the case. This has been going on for almost 100 years since Woodrow Wilson sold us down the river to form the Federal Reserve.
Thomas Jefferson warned us 200 years ago. Obviously we forgot it.
“I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around [the banks] will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.”