Saturday, August 23, 2014

The racist, Andrew Moskowitz, should be sacked and prosecuted

Can you pronounce the name Moskowitz? It is most likely of Polish (or Yugoslavian) descent and would have been spelt Moskowicz originally but changed because the 'cz' ending would be pronounced 'tz' in Polish. However, if you are unfamiliar with Polish you are likely to pronounce the 'w' as we do in English, but in Polish it would be pronounced as a 'v', and the correct pronunciation of his surname would therefore be Moskovitz.

While this would not be of any real significance in the great scale of things Andrew Moskowitz thinks that employers should be spared the difficulty of grappling with what he considers to be unpronouncable names. So he does not give people with African-sounding names like Tamisha, for example, a job. His employer at the time he divulged this information was apparently The Cotton Warehouse which may well still be his employer, though no self-respecting company would employ a white supremacist, well not outside of Georgia anyway. Mr Moskowitz posted this racist comment on his Facebook page but he has since removed it.

He is a thorough out and out racist. His hatred extends to Muslims too as can be witnessed from his current Facebook page which contains the following comment regarding the alleged killing of Osama Bin Laden it is presumed.

After sympathising with the victims of 9/11 he wrote "Justice is done.  But remember, there is much work to be done still.  While we rejoice, they are plotting and planning.  We MUST remain vigilant and ready to defend and protect.  This is no time for complacency.  Stand fast in our resolve to defeat our enemy."

It is a clear demonstration of how western media have created an enemy in people's minds that did not previously exist. It is easy to spread this kind of bigotry in the southern states where slavery and black exploitation went on for centuries. This part of the USA is still a hotbed for Ku Klux Klan clandestine activity and has a communal mentality of institutionalised racism that is proving hard to eradicate. What a sad world we live in thanks to people like Andrew Moskowitz!

Monday, August 4, 2014

Search engines are useless today - fighter jet brought down MH17

This, as well as being my late father's birthday, is the 100th anniversary of the First World War. Although there is nobody around who can remember this it has been the big story of all the major western news channels. It is a glorification to prepare young men (and women) to die for politicians and Bilderbergers in the forthcoming war.

I've tried Google, Yahoo, Dogpile and DuckDuckGo without any luck trying to locate the report that it was most likely a Ukrainian fighter jet that deliberately it would seem brought down MH17. If I had not known about this article being a Global Research article I would not have been able to find it. You see, it does not fit in with US/NATO narratives which aim to take us into another world war from which it is unlikely many will survive. Search engines, which used to be so reliable, are pretty well useless sources of truth today.

The US and UK news channels push one line, that it was shot down by a BUK missile. The Ukrainian government has refused to release air-traffic data of that fatal day. Instead it has pumped misinformation into the public domain at an alarming rate with the complicity of the US and its brothel of media whores all aimed at discrediting Russia and President Putin. It has further used this false information to bring punitive measures against the Russian economy and its people.

That report by Global Research was not the first. An air-traffic controller in Ukraine mentioned about, not one but two fighter jets accompanying the ill-fated passenger plane. Bloggers were also distributing pictures of tthe wreckage and arguing that it had been brought down by a fighter jet.

Thursday, July 31, 2014

There was gold in Ukraine

A very short piece to share my latest article with you. It concerns Ukrainian gold pounced on by the USA and a treasure chest in Amsterdam.

My computer went down shortly after I sent the above to News Junkie Post. So I am writing this from the library.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Why has Yatsenyuk really resigned?

Arseniy Yatsenyuk, the Ukrainian prime minister, who was leading the fascists, Pravy Sector and Svoboda party coalition, that ousted Yanukovich in a coup d'etat, resigned yesterday, Thursday. His ostensible reason for resigning was, he said, due to the breakup of the coalition and the non-adoption of certain bills he had backed. Yes, well, you have to say something when you go. So what is the real reason behind his resignation?

While at this stage nobody properly knows it has been a week of intense activity in Ukraine, not least due to the shooting down of the MH17 Malaysian passenger plane which killed all the passengers on board. This has overshadowed most other news worldwide. It is an odd time to resign, when an investigation into who brought down the plane is ongoing. The time to resign would have been before the plane was downed.

Reading between the lines does Yatsenyuk know something the rest of us do not? Radar tracking images presented by Russia indicate a military jet was accompanying the passenger plane until shortly before MH17 was attacked. Satellite images raise many questions too. Is Yatsenyuk's real reason for resigning because he is a lawyer and knows that those responsible for this deliberate act of criminality are quite likely to face justice and the full measure of international law when the truth emerges?

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

MH17 Russian satellite evidence released Monday - not mentioned yet in our media

Russia has released evidence from its satellite and radar images which ask serious questions about the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17. The US, UK, Australia and other western governments have repeatedly accused Russia of everything from shooting down the airliner to supplying BUK systems to the independence fighters in Eastern Ukraine. One of the latest articles, in The Guardian no less, relates to a story released by Kiev that has been on the internet for days, accusing Russia of providing a BUK missile launcher which was allegedly passing through the town of Torez, close to the crash site with one of its missiles missing. But the Russian evidence tells a different story which would discount The Guardian report. What makes this particularly bad journalism from the Guardian's man in Torez, Shaun Walker, is that the Russian evidence was available at the time he penned the story.

At 27 minutes 30 seconds into this presentation this same video that Kiev apparently released is examined using a frame from the video and puts the town as being Krasnoarmeysk on Dneproetrovskaya Street according to a roadside advertisement about a car-show. To prove its point the presentation zooms in on the advertising hoarding. So was it Torez, as the Guardian article claims, or was it the Krasnoarmeysk which is 843 kilometres from Torez? Krasnoarmeysk has been occupied by the Ukrainian military since May 11 when a number of residents were killed by Petro Poroshenko's armed forces. The Russian presentation earlier shows its evidence of what it claims are BUK II systems in Ukrainian-held territory one of which is missing from its site on the day Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 was brought down, killing nearly 300 passengers. The presentation, which is a lot more convincing than Colin Powell's presentation of weapons of mass destruction, shows satellite images of what is apparently a fighter plane in the vicinity of the Malaysian passenger plane just before it was shot down. Here is a clip from the presentation showing the hoarding.

Regarding the missile systems transporter video frame Russia asks, without making allegations:

"What kind of lauching sytem is it? Where is it [being] transported? Where is it now? Why is it loaded with shot missile ammunition? What was the last time it launched missiles?"

These are fair questions. The release of the video by Kiev may well have been an attempt to point the blame elsewhere, but like the apparently fabricated evidence released by Kiev intelligence regarding what it claims was an admission by a Russian major to shooting down the passenger plane, it appears to be a fake concatenation of intercepts which did not relate to Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 but the downing of a military plane the day before. The time stamp of that video, according to experts, shows it also to have been cobbled together and released the day before the disaster.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Something sinister in the heart of government

In February this year Moazzam Begg was arrested and has been detained in police custody to appear on terrorist-related charges in October. Anybody with an ounce of reason knows this is a trumped-up charge to protect the secret services from allegations of torture against them. Begg was collecting evidence to go with that he already has collected. What is even more sinister is that since his arrest some unknown sources have prevented Cage (formerly Cage Prisoners) from accessing their money or receiving donations.

Thankfully, there are still some good honest journalists, and Peter Oborne, chief political commentator of the Telegraph, together with Alex Delmar-Morgan, has questioned who has this power to stop a legitimate organisation from accessing its own money and continuing to operate in an unimpeded manner. At a time when civil liberties have been, and are being, severely challenged by an uncaring government, when mainstream media concentrate on mundane stories in preference to the real news, it is heartening to know that some journalists like Peter Oborne, Robert Fisk, Glenn Greenwald, John Pilger and a few others pursue the real stories.

The prime minister, David Cameron, Michael Gove (when he was education minister) and Theresa May have all in one way or another demonstrated their hatred of Islam in an attempt to create an enemy that did not exist before on behalf of their US masters. All this hatred of Islam started long ago and a series of Acts has been introduced to remove the rights of, almost exclusively, Muslims. Thus Muslims can be imprisoned without charge or trial, and extradited or deported without evidence. The Gibson Inquiry was halted on Cameron's instructions because it showed our secret services in a bad light. The most recent act, the Justice and Security Act, allows for those complicit in torture to have their identities concealed and for hearings to take place in secret. It is the latest in a cynical set of acts designed to further erode civil liberties and keep the secret services unaccountable.

We need a People's Parliament. Most of those there now are not fit for purpose.

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Out of the mouth of babes - the racism of Michael Gove

It was a heartening evening on Thursday night to hear so many committed souls speak to a packed audience of 700 on the Trojan Horse hoax letter. The Bordesley Centre became standing room only. Well that was all right because when seven year old Ben finished his speech the whole assembly was on its feet. You must watch this short video.