Not some spacey conspiracy theoretical, but David Attenborough…Geen zweverige complottheoreticus, maar wel David Attenborough…

Not some spacey conspiracy theoretical, but David Attenborough…
Geen zweverige complottheoreticus, maar wel David Attenborough…

Gandhi’s quote

“I believe that Gandhi’s views were the most enlightened of all the political men in our time. We should strive to do things in his spirit: not to use violence in fighting for our cause, but by non-participation in anything you believe is evil.”
Albert Einstein

The negotiations for the Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the US and the EU are held in the utmost secrecy. This video explains why.
De onderhandelingen voor de Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership (TTIP) tussen de VS en EU worden in het uiterste geheim gehouden. Deze video legt uit waarom.

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99% and 1%

99% doesn’t want war, 1% does. Isn’t it about time the 1% listens to the 99%???
99% wil geen oorlog, 1% wel. Wordt het niet eens tijd dat die 1% eens gaat luisteren naar die 99%???

T H E Y …

T H E Y …

From the horse’s mouth… Project Camelot: A Rothschild speaks out.

This interview was conducted at the Super Soldier Summit in May 2013. Erin Green Hicks aka Erin Rothschild tells her story from the perspective of time travel and her experience growing up as a Rothschild being tortured and put through illuminati mind control and satanic rituals…

Terror or contemplation

When country ‘A’ hates country ‘B’ actively with a terrifying, fierce and all-consuming hate, country ‘B’ is confronted with 2 options: 1. Oppress, imprison and/or unleash unprecedented terror upon country ‘A’ in a preemptive war or: 2. Ask itself the question: “what did we do so horribly wrong in the past that country ‘A’ can actively hate us with such terrifying, fierce and all-consuming hate?” It takes superhuman courage to choose option 2 and contemplate past mistakes with the intention to learn from them in the near future. Option 1 is a cowardly, unjust and short term ‘solution’ that can never bring peace. Quite the contrary: freedom and safety will be made nearly impossible and turned into a lie: a false feeling of freedom and safety…

Terreur of contemplatie

Wanneer land ‘A’ land ‘B’ met woord en daad haat met een angstaanjagende, furieuze en alles verterende haat, wordt land ‘B’ geconfronteerd met 2 keuzes: 1. Het onderdrukken, in gijzeling houden en/of ontketenen van een ongekende terreur op land ‘A’ in een preventieve oorlog, of: 2. Zich zelf de vraag stellen: “wat hebben we in het verleden zo vreselijk verkeerd gedaan dat land ‘A’ ons met woord en daad kan haten met zo’n angstaanjagende, furieuze en alles verterende haat?” Het vraagt bovenmenselijke moed om optie 2 te kiezen en te contemplateren over eventuele fouten die vroeger gemaakt zijn met de oprechte bedoeling om er ook van te leren in de toekomst. Optie 1 is een laffe, onrechtmatige en korte termijn ‘oplossing’ die nooit vrede kan brengen. Integendeel: vrijheid en veiligheid zullen vrijwel onhaalbaar zijn en veranderen in een leugen: een vals gevoel van vrijheid en veiligheid…

One brilliant man with his heart at the right place among a room full of cowards…

Senator David Norris: I would like to express my gratitude to the Cathaoirleach of Seanad Éireann, to the Minister who, as a Laois man, I congratulate on his appointment, and to Senator Averil Power for marshalling the forces on this side to respond to my request for a recall of Seanad Éireann.

  People ask: “What for? What can Seanad Éireann do?” The answer in the international context is “Nothing”, because nobody will pay that much attention to what Ireland does. I remember being in Palestine some years ago in an area that was heavily controlled by the Israelis, and I said to my Palestinian hosts, “You know there is nothing I can do, I will have no effect”, and they said, “But at least you will be a witness, you will be a record to our suffering, and we will not go unnoticed”. It is for that reason I called for the recall of the Seanad.

  I am very sad. I am not anti-Israeli; I am not anti-Semitic. I supported the State of Israel. However, in the 40 years that I have known the State of Israel and sometimes had a home there, I have seen it completely change. It changed from a left wing, socially directed country to an extreme right-wing regime that is behaving in the most criminal fashion, defying the world and unscrupulously using the Holocaust to justify what they are doing. It is time that rag was torn away from them.

  Israel is afraid of Palestinian unity. That is what all of this is about. It has nothing to do with the appalling murder of those three Israeli kids. The Israeli police knew that Hamas had nothing to do with it before this war started. Israel created Hamas in order to split Fatah, so it is responsible for Hamas. I had this confirmed at the highest level in the foreign ministry in Jerusalem some years ago. It is astonishing to me that those in the West prate about democracy, yet every time an Islamic government crops up around the Mediterranean, they refuse to deal with it, they subvert it and they destroy it. Where is the democracy in that? We may not like it. They may be antagonistic. My Jewish friends and Israeli friends sometimes say to me, “How would you fare, as a gay man, in any of these?” I know exactly how I would fare, but it does not mean it is correct to deny people the right to choose their own government. What self-respecting or sane people would allow their enemies to choose their government for them? Can anyone imagine it happening in this country? I certainly cannot.

  America has a shameful role to play in this. Israel could not get away with these disgraceful acts of international piracy and brigandage if it was not for the protecting shadow of the United States of America. I condemn President Obama for his utter inaction. I have to say I was a bit taken aback when I saw Ukraine had been added to the statements as it is irrelevant. It is a bit of “whataboutery”. What about Syria? What about the Congo? What about Iraq? What about everything? However, the one thing it does is to show the extraordinary discrepancy here. At the instructions of the Americans we are prepared to boycott, go after the Russian banks and do this, that and the other. What do we do about Israel? We do not even mark a protest note with our vote at the United Nations Human Rights Commission.

Henry Siegman, Leading Voice of U.S. Jewry, on Gaza: “A Slaughter of Innocents”

Given his background, what American Jewish leader Henry Siegman has to say about Israel’s founding in 1948 through the current assault on Gaza may surprise you. From 1978 to 1994, Siegman served as executive director of the American Jewish Congress, long described as one of the nation’s “big three” Jewish organizations, along with the American Jewish Committee and the Anti-Defamation League. Born in Germany three years before the Nazis came to power in 1933, Siegman’s family eventually moved to the United States. His father was a leader of the European Zionist movement that pushed for the creation of a Jewish state. In New York, Siegman studied the religion and was ordained as an Orthodox Rabbi by Yeshiva Torah Vodaas, later becoming head of the Synagogue Council of America. After his time at the American Jewish Congress, Siegman became a senior fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations. He now serves as president of the U.S./Middle East Project. In the first of our two-part interview, Siegman discusses the assault on Gaza; the myths surrounding Israel’s founding in 1948; and his own background as a German-Jewish refugee who fled Nazi occupation to later become a leading American Jewish voice; and now vocal critic of Israel’s policies in the Occupied Territories.