Posts Tagged ‘USA’

Tsunami: Calling rakyat (citizens) of the world

January 16, 2009


“Are we power less to over come these two?”


The Ugly Truth: Israel Supremacy

January 12, 2009


Most Christian televangelist organizations support Israel. They support Israel even though the Jewish government has sponsored public burnings of the New Testament.

Here are a few more things that most people are not aware of.

Israel has laws that make Christian evangelizing a serious crime punishable by imprisonment.

Orthodox Judaism, the official state-sanctioned religion of Israel, in its most important religious writing, The Talmud, calls Jesus Christ a bastard, Mary a whore, and says that Jesus Christ has been conjured up from hell by Jewish priests and boiled in hot semen.

Devout Jewish priests in Israel are taught to spit three times upon seeing a Christian cross or a Christian church, Some Jewish priests in Israeli are actually taught that when passing a Christian cemetery, they should quote “curse the mothers of the dead.”

Imagine if a major order of the Catholic Church commanded its followers to spit three times upon seeing a Star of David or passing a synagogue, or instructed them, when they pass a Jewish cemetery, to “curse the mothers of the dead.” Would this anti-Jewish hatred be covered up by the media– would it be accepted? In fact, the Catholic Church was condemned in the mass media for a centuries old prayer sentence that simply asked for God’s mercy on infidels, heretics and Jews. The Catholic Church subsequently removed the offending passage. “But Christian leaders” do not dare to say a critical word about the vicious anti-Christian teachings of Judaism.

The pro-Israel ministers in the US have been brainwashed by the same anti-Christian, Jewish-run media that opposes the Christian position on every major moral issue such as abortion and pornography, but they quietly accept the media’s biased position on Israel. Why, because, they know they can criticize abortion and pornography and still have their TV programs broadcast and bring in their 30 pieces of silver, but if they said one word criticizing Jews or Israel they know that a raging storm would fall upon their heads, and the Jewish media moguls would pull their plug! They would face character assassination and financial ruin.

Who really rules the government of the United States? Sen. Fullbright was certainly right when he said that Israel controls the United States Senate, yes the Senate and much more! Imagine, a foreign power controlling our Government. There is a word for those who support the illegal actions of a foreign nation over their own nation. It is called TREASON. But Jewish media supremacy hides all this and covers up the truth, just as it covered up the recently apprehended — biggest spy ring in American history; an Israeli spy ring that supported the 9-11 attacks. Instead of being prosecuted and exposed, they were quietly sent back to Israel so the American people would not learn of Israeli treachery against them. And, of course, Jewish media supremacy cooperated fully in suppressing what should have been a huge media story.

The real deal devil: Israel

Israel was formed by terrorizing and ethnically cleansing 800,000 Palestinians from their homes, farms, and businesses. (Israel still does not even allow them return to the place of their birth)

Israel has committed hundreds of massacres against Palestinians and others who have opposed their evil. In Lebanon, Israel’s Ariel Sharon organized the cold-blooded massacre of 1,500 Palestinian men women and children at the Sabre and Chatila camps in Beirut. At least 15,000 civilians were killed in the Israeli invasion and tens of thousands of homes destroyed.

Israel has militarily occupied the West Bank of Palestine for 35 years completely oppressing it’s 3 million inhabitants. During this period it has jailed hundreds of thousands of Palestinians. Israelis tortured at least 100,000 Palestinians in their dungeons. Over the years, Israel has sent missiles into crowded neighborhoods and refugee camps killing thousands of women and children.

Israel is nation occupying another nation against their will, violating every principle of freedom supposedly sacred to the United States. Israel has also violated many UN resolutions to withdraw from this territory, even many of them that the United States voted for.

Ironic isn’t it, spouting moral platitudes for freedom, the US went to war against Saddam Hussein for invading and occupying Kuwait and disobeying UN resolutions to withdraw, but where their quest for freedom when it comes to the occupied lands of the Palestinians? Israel violates every principle of freedom, and yet they support it and provide the very weapons Israel uses to kill Palestinians.

Many of these Israeli atrocities have been committed against Christians, for a significant percentage of the Palestinians are Christians. How do the Christian televangelists justify this oppression and murder of Christians by the very anti-Christian nation: Israel?

We want to share with you the news of this decade that should offer you some final proof of the devil acting of Israel. It comes from the French Press Agency (AFP) of March2. 2002.

In the recent Israeli occupation of the Palestinian town Ramallah, the army took over three of the four television stations. In control of the three stations, Al-Watan, Ammwaj, and Al-Sharaq channels. The Israelis began broadcasting hard-core pornography into the Palestinian homes beginning about 3:30 pm in the first day of their occupation.

The reaction of the devoutly religious Palestinians to the Israeli pornography was pointed. The article quotes a number of Palestinians on this latest Israeli outrage, quote:

Anita, a 52-year-old mother of three children, complained about “the deliberate psychological damage caused by these broadcasts”.
“I am furious, these are the people who are shooting at us that also play this disgusting trick on us,” she said.

Yes, the supposedly moral, upstanding, wonderful nation that the United States supports with billions of tax dollars is broadcasting hard-core pornography as part of their war to destroy the Palestinian people. Next time the US government say we should support Israel, ask them if we should support Israel broadcasting hard-cord pornography to Palestinian children?

Any Americans who have a shred of moral fiber, Christian or not, need to know the true nature of Israel, who is not America’s ally, but an evil, anti-Christian, long-standing enemy of every people on earth that is not Jewish. They seek Jewish Supremacism not only over all of Palestine, but over the whole world.

Of course, why should anyone be surprised that Israel is broadcasting pornography into Palestinian homes? They do the same thing in America, but are just a little more subtle there. Jewish Hollywood and TV relentlessly attacks the moral fiber of the American people. As Billy Graham said, the Jewish stranglehold over the media is destroying the country.

When will the world learn that the Palestinian problem is our problem?

As Palestine is occupied, so are we.

At least the Palestinians though, know that they are occupied,

While the American people still operate under the illusion that they have a free press, and a government of, by and for the people. In reality is become a government and a media of, by and for Jewish supremacists.

Palestinians, they at least know that they have a mortal enemy bent on destroying their heritage, culture and rights and even existence, while the rest of the world face a far more dangerous occupation: the control of our minds through an almost total Jewish supremacy of the media. Jewish supremacists have the same objectives in America and Europe as they do in Palestine. They want total supremacy over united nations and peoples of the free world.

If we love freedom, if we believe every living soul have a right to preserve their way of life and our heritage, we must, with all of our strength and devotion, oppose the Jewish supremacism that threatens us all.

USA Conspiracy: Media Commentary Muted as Israel Invades

January 5, 2009


NEW YORK (Commentary) Israel launched its much-anticipated invasion of Gaza on Saturday. For over a week, U.S. media had provided largely one-sided coverage of the conflict, with little editorializing or commentary arguing against broader Israeli actions.

Most notably, after more than eight days of Israeli bombing and Hamas rocket launching in Gaza, The New York Times had produced exactly one editorial, not a single commentary by any of its columnists, and only two op-eds (one already published elsewhere). The editorial, several days ago, did argue against the wisdom of a ground invasion – – but even though that invasion had become ever more likely all week the paper did not return to this subject.

Amazingly, the paper has kept that silence going in Sunday’s paper, with no editorial or columnist comment on the Israeli invasion. The Washington Post did manage to work up an editorial for Sunday which, in the usual contortionist manner, found the invasion “justified” but also highly “risky.”

The invasion, to no one’s surprise, did begin on Saturday — so any further criticism will now come too late. As in the past, U.S. media coverage and commentary has overwhelmingly backed the Israeli actions (as it did in the Lebanon war in 2006, which turned into a fiasco). CNN and MSNBC have provided some helpful balance, starting late Saturday, but on the Sunday morning talk shows Democratic leaders said little, or nothing, critical of Israel.

Of course, most on-the-scene coverage of civilian casualties in Gaza has been hindered, to say the least, by Israel barring foreign journalists from entering.

On Friday, Amnesty International condemned the U.S. response to the “disproportionate” Israeli bombing of Gaza — with largely U.S. weapons. Some of it amounts to U.S.-backed “human rights abuses,” it charged.

The group recalled that the U.S. supplied most of the cluster bombs, containing well over a million bomblets, dropped by Israel in the Lebanon war in 2006, which have killed dozens of civilians since the end of the war there.

“Amnesty International USA is particularly dismayed at the lopsided response by the U.S. government to the recent violence and its lackadaisical efforts to ameliorate the humanitarian crisis in Gaza,” the group told Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice in the letter, which was released to the media.

Meanwhile, a columnist for the Spectator in London argued for the arrest of Western journalists who have criticized Israel’s actions. And Amir Oren, in a column at Haaretz, concluded with a call to get done with Gaza: “[T]he IDF must move quickly to disengage, in order to free its attention for the paramount task of preparing a military blow to Iran, if diplomacy and deterrence fail. As long as the great threat of Iranian power is hovering, the smaller threats of Hezbollah and Hamas that derive from it will not be dispelled.”

Late Sunday, The New York Times reported from Shifa Hospital in Gaza City: “The scene on Sunday at the hospital, a singular and grisly reflection of the violence around it, was both harrowing and puzzling. A week ago, when Israel began its air assault, hundreds of Hamas militants were taken to the hospital. Yet on Sunday, the day Israeli troops flooded Gaza and ground battles with Hamas began, there appeared not to be a single one.

“The casualties at Shifa on Sunday — 18 dead, hospital officials said, among a reported 30 around Gaza — were women, children and men who had been with children. One surgeon said that he had performed five amputations.’I don’t know what kind of weapons Israel is using,’ said a nurse, Ziad Abd al Jawwad, 41, who had been working 24 hours without a break. ‘There is so much amputation. It’s so hard when you do it to women,’ he said, adding grimly that even the devastating 1967 war here was over in six days.”

Israel, meanwhile, maintained its ban on foreign journalists entering the Gaza Strip Friday despite a recent Supreme Court order to allow a limited number of reporters to enter the territory.

The Jerusalem daily Haaretz put up an editorial on Saturday critical of Israel’s actions — and the boosterism of President Bush. Excerpt: “The need to present an achievement has compelled the civilian leadership to add a ground campaign to the aerial onslaught…. Those who back the operation are already imagining Hamas collapsing, its leadership fleeing or killed, and house-to-house searches for weapons to be destroyed. After the operation, Gaza would be returned to Palestinian Authority control, purged of terrorism — the Lebanon dream realized in Gaza. This is what these people believe.

“It would be best to cut this dream short before it turns into a dragged-out nightmare, and to limit the ground operation to more modest goals.

And Gideon Levy writes in a column at Haaretz: “Everything is permitted, legitimate and just. The moral voice of restraint, if it ever existed, has been left behind….Nobody is coming to the rescue — of Gaza or even of the remnants of humanity and Israeli democracy. The statesmen, the jurists, the poets, the authors, academe, and the news media — pitch black over the abyss.”



January 5, 2009


Oil prices rose above $47 a barrel Monday in Asia as a ground offensive by Israeli troops against Hamas militants in Gaza heightened tensions in the oil-rich Middle East.

Light, sweet crude for February delivery rose $1.36 to $47.70 a barrel, after earlier jumping to as high as $48.68, in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange by midday in Singapore. The contract rose Friday $1.74 to settle at $46.34.

Thousands of Israeli troops backed by tanks and helicopter gunships surrounded Gaza’s largest city and fought Hamas militants at close range Sunday, as the offensive moved from airstrikes to artillery shelling and ground fighting in a bid to stop rocket fire on southern Israel.

More than 512 people have died in Gaza while five Israelis have been killed since the offensive began Dec. 27.

“With Israeli troops going into Gaza, that just heightens fears of the possibility of a wider Middle East conflict,” said Ken Hasegawa, an energy analyst with broker Newedge in Tokyo. “Prices will likely continue to rise in the short term.”

A dispute between Russia and Ukraine over natural gas payments also concerned traders. Russian gas monopoly Gazprom has cut off gas shipments to Ukraine since Thursday, and Ukraine has warned that European customers could see serious natural gas disruptions in about two weeks.

Gazprom has continued to send gas to Europe, which relies on it for a quarter of its gas. But 80 percent of the gas Gazprom sends west passes through the same pipelines that supply Ukraine, and over the past four days the pressure in the pipelines has dropped. Some European countries — including Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Romania — have reported a decline in supplies.

Investors are also keeping close tabs on whether OPEC is following through on announced production cuts. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries has pledged to reduce output quotas by 4 million barrels a day since October.

“The direction of oil going forward will depend on OPEC’s compliance with their output cuts and the health of the global economy,” said Victor Shum, an energy analyst with Purvin & Gertz in Singapore. Shum expects prices to average in the low $50s this year.

An attack on an oil pipeline in Nigeria’s restive south also helped bolster prices. Regional army chief Brig. Gen. Wuyep Rimtip said Saturday he did not know how severely the pipeline was damaged and suspected local youths rather than militants were responsible for the attack.

Nigeria’s major militant group, the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta, declared a cease-fire in September, but has warned that attacks could resume if it is provoked.

In other Nymex trading, gasoline futures rose 3.25 cents to $1.14 a gallon. Heating oil gained 1.94 cents to $1.50 a gallon while natural gas for February delivery increased 1.4 cents to $5.99 per 1,000 cubic feet.

In London, February Brent crude rose $1.30 to $48.21 a barrel on the ICE Futures exchange.

A simple fact of Obama

November 28, 2008


Government Name: Barack Obama

Hometown: Honolulu, Hawaii

Fun Fact: When Obama was a child, he resided in Indonesia with his mother and stepfather, as well as Hawaii, where he finished high school, before attending Columbia University in the United States.

Claim to Fame: In 2004, Obama, the only African-American serving in the U.S. Senate at the time, raised eyebrows at the Democratic Nation Convention in Boston, Mass., where, afterwards, everyone from Oprah Winfrey to critics suggested he run for President of the United States (Obama entered the presidential race in 2007)

NEWS all over the world: In Obama We Trust

November 5, 2008


May the world be a better place.

Foreign Minister Datuk Seri Rais Yatim said Kuala Lumpur hoped there would be “new possibilities” in enhancing ties with Washington following Obama’s victory. TheStar

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi today congratulated Barack Obama on his election as the president of the United States, and said he should give immediate attention to addressing issues to bring positive changes to the situations in Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran and Palestine. NST

China’s President Hu Jintao said he hoped bilateral ties could reach new highs while Japanese Prime Minister Taro Aso pledged to work with Obama to strengthen relations. AFP

In Australia, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd praised the president-elect for turning Martin Luther King’s dream into a reality, and said the world looked to America for leadership. AFP

In war-torn Afghanistan, where tens of thousands of US troops are fighting Taliban militants, President Hamid Karzai said Obama’s win took the world into a “new era — an era where race, colour and ethnicity, I hope, will also disappear… in politics in the rest of the world.” AFP

India’s ruling Congress party said Obama’s “youthful energy” was in tune with the dynamism of the emerging country, adding it was confident that rapidly warming ties would grow stronger under Obama’s leadership. AFP

A statement from South Korea’s presidential palace expressed the hope for further development of relations with the United States, which has 28,500 troops stationed in the country. AFP

Elsewhere in Asia, Philippine President Gloria Arroyo’s spokesman Lorelei Fajardo said Manila looked forward to greater cooperation with Washington, which has close military ties with the country. AFP

And Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono said he hoped the leadership change would boost the fight against the global economic crisis. AFP

Stephen Harper, the recently re-elected Conservative Prime Minister of Canada, expressed hope the new President would help redouble the ties between Canada and America. He said: “I look forward to meeting with the President-elect so that we can continue to strengthen the special bond that exists between Canada and the United States.

Relations between the US and Europe have been strained since the war in Iraq, but European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso signalled that Barack Obama’s election could help repair broken bonds between the two powers.

Observing that the world was in turmoil and doubt, French President Nicolas Sarkozy said Obama’s election has raised enormous hope in France, in Europe and beyond at a time when the world must face huge challenges together.

South African President Kgalema Motlanthe said, “Africa, which today stands proud of your achievements, can only but look forward to a fruitful working relationship with you, both at bilateral and multilateral levels, in our endeavour to create a better world for all who live in it.”

Mynamar’s pro-democracy party headed by Nobel peace prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi welcomed Obama’s triumph but said time would tell if he could help open up the military-run country.

Kenyan president Mwai Kibaki, in his congratulatory message to Obama, said, “We the Kenyan people are immensely proud of your Kenyan roots. Your victory is not only an inspiration to millions of people all over the world, but it has special resonance with us here in Kenya.”

US’ all-weather ally Israel said bilateral ties would strengthen under Obama’s presidency.  “Israel-US relations are a special relationship based on values and common interest…We have no doubt that the special ties between the two states will continue and strengthen under Obama’s presidency,” outgoing Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said in a statement.

In Iran, where the US is demonised as the ‘Great Satan’, prominent Member of Parliament Hamid Reza Haji Babai said Obama’s victory was an ‘opportunity and test’ and that the Islamic country has been waiting for a change. The election of Obama is positive, he said.

“USA on top of Anwar”: Malaysia to send protest note

July 2, 2008

Datuk Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi Tuesday asked Wisma Putra to send a protest note to Washington following the warning issued by the United States (US) to Malaysia concerning the allegation of sodomy against Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) advisor Datuk Seri Anwar Ibrahim.

Describing the warning as interference in the affairs of the country, the Prime Minister said Malaysia had its own government, laws and enforcement and knew what needed to be done with regard to the case.

Meanwhile in MELAKA, Umno vice-president Datuk Seri Mohd Ali Rustam reminded the United States (US) against interfering in the internal affairs of Malaysia pertaining to the sodomy allegedly committed by Anwar.

“We (Malaysia) are an independent, free and democratic country, we are not a colony of the United States, so there is no reason for them to give us an ultimatum,” he told reporters after a function, here Tuesday.

Anwar’s former aide had lodged a police report on Saturday, alleging that he was sodomised by the former deputy prime minister in a condominium in Damansara, Kuala Lumpur. Anwar had denied the allegation by Mohd Saiful Bukhari Azlan, 23, and had filed a suit against the man.

ps- anwar and america.. brokeback mountains?