Archive | July 7, 2015

The Official 7/7 London Bombing Story is a Lie*

The Official 7/7 London Bombing Story is a Lie*

Ten years ago On the 7th of July 2005 London was hit by a series of explosions. You probably think you know what happened that day. But you don’t. The police have, from the onset of their investigation, chosen to withhold from the public almost every bit of evidence they claimed to have and have probably lied about several aspects of the London Bombings. 

The mainstream news has willfully spread false, unsubstTantiated and unverifiable information, while choosing to completely ignore the numerous inconsistencies and discrepancies in the official story. The government has finally, after a year, presented us with their official ‘narrative’ concerning the event.

Within hours it was shown to contain numerous errors, a fact since admitted by the Home Secretary John Reid. They have continuously rejected calls for a full, independent public inquiry. Tony Blair himself described such an inquiry as a ‘ludicrous diversion’. What don’t they want us to discover?


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Italy and Spain Have Funded a Massive Backdoor Bailout of French Banks*

Italy and Spain Have Funded a Massive Backdoor Bailout of French Banks*

By Benn Steil and Dinah Walker

In March 2010, two months before the announcement of the first Greek bailout, European banks had €134 billion worth of claims on Greece.  French banks, as shown in the right-hand figure below, had by far the largest exposure: €52 billion – this was 1.6 times that of Germany, eleven times that of Italy, and sixty-two times that of Spain.

The €110 billion of loans provided to Greece by the IMF and Eurozone in May 2010 enabled Greece to avoid default on its obligations to these banks.  In the absence of such loans, France would have been forced into a massive bailout of its banking system.  Instead, French banks were able virtually to eliminate their exposure to Greece by selling bonds, allowing bonds to mature, and taking partial write-offs in 2012.  The bailout effectively mutualized much of their exposure within the Eurozone.

The impact of this backdoor bailout of French banks is being felt now, with Greece on the precipice of an historic default.  Whereas in March 2010 about 40% of total European lending to Greece was via French banks, today only 0.6% is.  Governments have filled the breach, but not in proportion to their banks’ exposure in 2010.  Rather, it is in proportion to their paid-up capital at the ECB – which in France’s case is only 20%.

In consequence, France has actually managed to reduce its total Greek exposure – sovereign and bank – by €8 billion, as seen in the main figure above.  In contrast, Italy, which had virtually no exposure to Greece in 2010 now has a massive one: €39 billion.  Total German exposure is up by a similar amount – €35 billion.  Spain has also seen its exposure rocket from nearly nothing in 2009 to €25 billion today.

In short, France has managed to use the Greek bailout to offload €8 billion in junk debt onto its neighbors and burden them with tens of billions more in debt they could have avoided had Greece simply been allowed to default in 2010.  The upshot is that Italy and Spain are much closer to financial crisis today than they should be.


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Egypt Clamps Down On Ramadhan Ritual*

Egypt Clamps Down On Ramadhan Ritual*

A Muslim reads the Qur’an during the holy month of Ramadhan inside Al-Refaie mosque in the old Islamic area of Cairo, Egypt, June 28, 2015. (photo by REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany)

A popular religious ritual is receiving extra scrutiny from officials in Egypt this Ramadhan
The practice of itikaf, a period of retreat in a mosque where Muslims can distance themselves from worldly affairs and concentrate on religious activities, is most commonly observed during the last 10 days of Ramadhan, in keeping with the example set by the Prophet Muhammad.

While many Muslims have come to anticipate the holy month as an opportunity to perform this duty, this year, some of those desiring to participate in these retreats might not get their wish. For the first time ever in Egypt, many new conditions on such activities have been imposed by the Egyptian Ministry of Awqaf in response to the current security and political situation in the country.

On May 29, the Ministry of Awqaf issued a statement on its official website warning that not following these conditions would render a itikaf assembly an illegal meeting, and subject to legal action:

  • An itikaf gathering must be held at a licensed mosque and not a neighborhood prayer meeting place or unlicensed local mosque.
  • A religious retreat must be supervised by a Ministry of Awqaf-authorized imam or preacher.
  • A report must be filed by the administrative director of the mosque, indicating that said mosque is suitable for holding such assemblies.
  • Participants must be inhabitants of the neighborhoods adjacent to the mosque and known by mosque administrators.
  • Names and national identity card numbers must be recorded by the supervising imam at least one week prior to the commencement of the assembly.
  • Any disturbances during such assemblies fall under the purview of the Awqaf department to which the mosque belongs.
  • The mosque must be authorized to hold these gatherings by the Ministry of Awqaf by submitting an application to the mosque’s corresponding Awqaf department between June 6 and June 13.
  • The application must include the name of the mosque, its address, location of the assembly, number of participants, the name of the Ministry of Awqaf-approved imam or preacher who will oversee the religious aspects of the assembly and the name of the person in charge of organizational duties. The names of mosques approved to hold such assemblies will be publicly available.

On June 17, the Ministry of Awqaf announced the names of 3,781 mosques authorized to hold these assemblies during the month of Ramadhan throughout 27 governorates — including 296 in Cairo governorate, the inhabitants of which, according to 2014 information by the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics, total about 9.2 million people.

Tarek el-Sehri, chairman of the Salafist Nour Party’s Supreme Council and deputy head of its dissolved Shura Council, told Al-Monitor,

“Organization is welcome, but complicating matters is not acceptable. The Ministry of Awqaf has now assumed a security role at the expense of one revolving around preaching activities. The ministry has thus adopted these arbitrary measures that make it difficult for Muslims to perform their religious duties, in a manner that contradicts the role to be played by the ministry — which must facilitate worship activities instead of putting up hurdles during this month of fasting.

“The condition stipulating that assembly participants be inhabitants of the neighborhood is impractical. The addresses on the national ID cards of many citizens are different from their actual places of residence, particularly for those who came from outlying governorates to work in Cairo, where groups of young men rent a single apartment close to their work and refrain from changing their ID card addresses to make it easier for their families to register their children in convenient schools, for example. In addition, what if a neighborhood resident, known to area inhabitants, loses their ID card? Would they have to wait until Ramadan of next year to receive a replacement national ID card?”

Sehri added that the Ministry of Awqaf would have done better to organize campaigns promoting this duty and introducing Muslims to the benefits of itikaf. Its role should revolve around encouraging Muslims to perform this act, instead of imposing arbitrary conditions.

Sehri further indicated that enforcing these conditions would prove to be difficult due to the Ministry of Awqaf’s lack of resources and the existence of large numbers of mosques that do not fall under its purview and are built and maintained by local residents.

Sehri also warned that such conditions might backfire, for while the Ministry of Awqaf is adopting these measures to combat extremism, they might convey the wrong message to citizens — especially young people — in a country that is widely devout. Many could feel that restrictions are being imposed on observance of religious rituals.

Furthermore, the secretary-general of the Salafist Nour Party in Giza governorate and a member of the Salafist Dawah Shura Council, Ahmad Shukri, told Al-Monitor,

“Due to the sensitive stage through which the country is passing, the Salafist Dawah is keen on avoiding any conflict with the Ministry of Awqaf. Therefore, despite our objection to the conditions imposed by the ministry on itikaf assemblies, we shall abide by those conditions and endeavor to satisfy them all in our mosques.”

The undersecretary of the Ministry of Awqaf for Mosque Affairs, Sheikh Fuad Abdul Azim, told Al-Monitor, “The controls established by the ministry to organize itikaf assemblies aim to protect attendees and the country, for infiltrators may join participants and steal their personal belongings. In addition, there are political parties and movements that exploit mosques for their own benefit. As a result, the ministry strives to prevent religious rituals from being used for political and partisan motives. That is the reason why the ministry stipulated the use of the national ID card number to determine the identity of itikaf assembly attendees and the extent of the threat posed by them to security.”

The chairman of the Egyptian Imams and Preachers Syndicate, Mohammed Bastousy, endorsed the Ministry of Awqaf’s decisions, telling Al-Monitor,

“Nationwide, 3,781 mosques is more than enough, because the numbers of people wishing to attend itikaf assemblies is low. The ministry has chosen mosques in proportion to the number of people who have submitted their information and are desirous to attend itikaf assemblies.”

Source *

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Dr Paul Craig Roberts: Grexit Can Prevent WW3

Dr Paul Craig Roberts: Grexit Can Prevent WW3

In addition to discussing facts not addressed by the Mainstream Media about the current situation in Greece, Dr Paul Craig Roberts also describes the mechanisms by which the gold market, which has been frozen for the duration of this Greek tribulation, will finally begin to reflect the true value of bullion, as opposed to the imaginary price speculation, based on gold production.

The true value of gold is being held down and will continue to be artificially low until it becomes crystal clear that the putative holders of gold deposits admit that they cannot deliver the bullion that is being requested of them.

On that day, the price of gold will skyrocket.

As for Greece, this is what Dr. Roberts has to say:

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Norway Bill Would let Kids Change their Sex at Age 7*

Norway Bill Would let Kids Change their Sex at Age 7*

By Thaddeus Baklinski

A bill tabled in Norway’s government at the end of June would allow children as young as seven to change their sex on legal documents.

gender“This is an important area where Norway has lagged far behind many other countries for many years,” said Health Minister Bent Høie in an announcement during the Oslo Pride festival, according to a report in The Local.

“Now we can be proud that we are implementing this law.”

The legislation stipulates that children between 7 and 16 must consult with their parents about changing their legal sex. If the parents approve the children would then be able to decide for themselves, without the need for a psychiatric or medical evaluation.

Children would also be allowed to reverse the decision to change their legal sex without parental approval.

“The proposal is historic in that it will no longer be the health service but the individual who decides if he or she has changed sex,” Høie said.

The legislation is concurrent with another bill that would allow people to change their sex in the country’s population register without undergoing surgery.

Høie told Norway’s national broadcaster NRK that the current law, which requires that men be castrated or women sterilized if they want to legally change their sex, is unreasonable.

“I am clear that the present system is not acceptable,” Høie said.

“The system we have in Norway today in this area is very poorly conceived.”

A representative of Amnesty Norway, Patricia Kaatee, delivered a petition to Høie calling for the law to be changed to allow men to simply claim to be women, and vice versa, for them to legally change their sex.

“The only requirement that should be needed to change gender is one’s own experience of gender identity, not a diagnosis or sterilization. It is a basic human right for people to express their own identity, even in official documents,” Kaatee said.


social engineering

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