Saturday, June 26, 2010

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NPD Man Calls For An End To Holocaust Extortion

Posted by Robert Ransdell on: 2010-06-25 04:57:10 in category: General [ Print]

BERLIN – "Stop cooperation with the state of Jewish scoundrels", "Don't give in to the thriving Holocaust industry." These statements were not said in the Tehran parliament, but in the German city of Dresden, during a parliament meeting in the state of Saxony.

Leader of the extreme right National Democratic Party (NPD) Holger Apfel stirred up a storm in the parliament on Thursday when he carried a speech titled "no to cooperation with scoundrel countries – and end cooperation between Saxony and Israel."

Most parliament members urged Apfel to change the title, fearing it would damage Saxony's image – but to no avail. Apfel, a former neo-Nazi, stepped up to the podium and carried out his hate speech, while being booed by other parliament members.

Even after his time was up, Apfel refused to step down from the stage and continued to denounce the "Jewish terror state." His speech was finally stopped after the chairman turned off his microphone and instructed ushers to escort Apfel out of the hall.

President of the Saxony Parliament Matthias Roessler instructed to keep Apfel out of parliament hearings until December.

News Source: Jim Ring

Scientist : Overpopulation May Lead To Human Extinction Within 100 Years

Posted by Robert Ransdell on: 2010-06-25 04:43:54 in category: General [ Print]

As the scientist who helped eradicate smallpox he certainly know a thing or two about extinction.

And now Professor Frank Fenner, emeritus professor of microbiology at the Australian National University, has predicted that the human race will be extinct within the next 100 years.

He has claimed that the human race will be unable to survive a population explosion and 'unbridled consumption.’

Fenner told The Australian newspaper that 'homo sapiens will become extinct, perhaps within 100 years.'

'A lot of other animals will, too,' he added.

'It's an irreversible situation. I think it's too late. I try not to express that because people are trying to do something, but they keep putting it off.'

Since humans entered an unofficial scientific period known as the Anthropocene - the time since industrialisation - we have had an effect on the planet that rivals any ice age or comet impact, he said.

News Source: Jim Ring

Mexican Smugglers Target Police In Arizona

Posted by Robert Ransdell on: 2010-06-25 04:31:47 in category: General [ Print]

PHOENIX - Police in the Arizona border city of Nogales have been told to carry guns when they aren't at work after smugglers threatened to retaliate against two off-duty officers who stopped a vehicle carrying 400 pounds of marijuana.

Nogales Police Chief Jeff Kirkham said Tuesday that he considers the threat credible because various informants were able to identify the specific officers in the city of 20,000 who thwarted the drug load earlier this month.

"Are they credible? Yes," Kirkham said. "Are they going to carry through with those threats? I don't know."

Kirkham said the U.S. Border Patrol has sent additional agents to the area east of the city where the off-duty officers, who were riding horses, stopped the smugglers during the first week of June.

The smugglers left behind their vehicle and fled into Mexico, while the two armed officers guarded the vehicle and its drugs.

News Source: nasacunit

Jew Senator Pushing Bill That Would Allow President To Pull Plug On Net

Posted by Robert Ransdell on: 2010-06-25 04:17:35 in category: General [ Print]

Turn off the Internet? Soon the President might be able to do it.

The U.S. Senate is considering a bill that would allow the president to declare "national cyber emergencies" and requires that "the owner or operator of covered critical infrastructure shall immediately comply with any emergency measure or action" demanded of them, in section 249.c.1.

Introduced by Connecticut's own Sen. Joseph Lieberman, the bill also would establish a "National Center for Cybersecurity and Communications" under the Department of Homeland Security.

The federal government would be required to have "a strategy designed to ensure the security of the Federal information infrastructure" (253.a).

Most importantly, the president would have "clear authority to direct short-term emergency measures for a select group of critical infrastructure owners and operators in order to preserve their networks and protect the American people in the event of a catastrophic cyber attack," according to a summary of the bill on Senator Lieberman's website.

According to's assessment, "cyber attacks typically constitute attempts to interrupt reliable operation of critical infrastructure." It concludes, therefore, that "these emergency measures...may well require limiting or shutting down access to certain areas."

News Source: Jim Ring

Third World Invasion Puts California On The Verge Of Collapse

Posted by Robert Ransdell on: 2010-06-25 04:04:56 in category: General [ Print]

Arnella Sims has seen a lot in her 34 years as a Los Angeles County court reporter, but nothing like this.

Case files piling up by the thousands, phones ringing off the hook, forced midweek courthouse closings and occasional brawls as frustrated citizens queue for hours to pay parking fines.

“People think we’re becoming a Third World country,” said Ms. Sims, 55. “They don’t understand.”

It’s a story that’s being repeated all across California – and throughout the United States – as cash-strapped state and local governments grapple with collapsed tax revenues and swelling budget gaps. Mass layoffs, slashed health and welfare services, closed parks, crumbling superhighways and ever-larger public school class sizes are all part of the new normal.

California’s fiscal hole is now so large that the state would have to liberate 168,000 prison inmates and permanently shutter 240 university and community college campuses to balance its budget in the fiscal year that begins July 1.

News Source: nasacunit

Small Town In Nebraska Latest To Take Action On Illegals

Posted by Robert Ransdell on: 2010-06-25 03:03:13 in category: General [ Print]

FREMONT, Neb. - This small Nebraska meatpacking town has joined Arizona at the center of a national debate about illegal immigration after voters approved a ban on hiring or renting property to illegal immigrants, but an expected court challenge could keep the measure from ever taking effect.

The American Civil Liberties Union already has promised to file a lawsuit to block enforcement of the proposal roughly 57 percent of Fremont voters supported Monday.

"In a community of 25,000, it's going to be hard to take on the whole country, and it will be costly to do so," said Fremont City Councilman Scott Getzschman, who opposed the measure but said city leaders would support the results.

Fremont's vote is the latest chapter in the tumult over illegal immigration across the country, including a recently passed Arizona law that will require police investigating another incident or crime to ask people about their immigration status if there's a "reasonable suspicion" they are in the country illegally.

The Fremont measure will require would-be renters to apply for a license from the city. Officials must refuse to issue a license to applicants found to be in the country illegally. The ordinance also requires businesses to use the federal E-Verify database to ensure employees are allowed to work.

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