Monday, May 31, 2010

Libertarian Communism

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EDL vs UAF Hit The Streets Of Newcastle England[OUR VOICES WERE STRONGER]

Looks Like The EDL Voices Were Stronger!!!  What did you offer those Two Boys at the bottom a Soda Pop to hold the UAF signs?

Shops and pubs in the city closed as up to 3,000 EDL and Unite Against Fascism members took to the streets, chanting and waving banners.

 The two camps came face-to-face near the city train station before their planned marches, with UAF protesters chanting ‘Off our streets, Nazi scum’ in response to the EDL’s chorus of ‘You’re not English anymore’. They were kept apart by hundreds of officers from five forces.
Chief Supt Graham Smith said: ‘It has been a great success. It has passed without incident. Newcastle is a city for peace and the aim of today was to allow peaceful protests which we have demonstrated is possible through careful planning.’

A strong police presence will remain in the centre throughout the bank holiday weekend to prevent trouble.

One of the EDL leaders, Ronnie Burgess, a 31-year-old bodyguard from Liverpool, insisted it was not a racist group.  Wearing a steward number one fluorescent jacket, he said: ‘The message has been lost and we have got a bad press lately. We don’t deny we have racist members, but we police ourselves and we will find them out. We don’t want them.’

Weyman Bennett, joint national secretary of UAF, said he was pleased with the turn-out to oppose the EDL.  He said: ‘They have come to try to divide black and white, Muslim and Christian.
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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Nuremberg: It’s Lessons For Today!

The Film The Pentagon Doesn’t Want You To See!

5 Davidians get 40 years in slayings of 4 agents

June 18, 1994|By New York Times News Service
SAN ANTONIO -- Ignoring pleas for leniency from the defendants and the foreman of the jury that convicted them, a federal judge sentenced five Branch Davidians yesterday to 40 years in prison for their roles in a shootout near Waco in February 1993 in which four federal agents and six cult members died.
The shootout began a 51-day standoff that ended when the sect's leader, David Koresh, and 78 of his followers died in a fire after FBI agents assaulted the sect's compound with tear gas and tanks armed with battering rams.
Judge Walter Smith of U.S. District Court handed down sentences ranging from five years to 20 years for three other defendants, and the eight were collectively ordered to pay fines and restitution to the government of more than $1 million.

"The evidence from this trial has not faded from my memory. Certain images are clear," Judge Smith was quoted by the Associated Press as saying. "I remember evidence the jury didn't see, evidence I ruled was too gruesome."
Most of the defendants sat stone-faced during the sentencing proceedings, but there were several sobs from family members in the courtroom. As the defendants were being led away, a female visitor shouted, "Give us liberty or give us death!" but was quickly silenced by federal marshals.
The long sentences provoked angry reactions from defense lawyers.
"The prosecution was successful in getting the judge to completely ignore the jury's wishes," said Mike DeGeurin, the lawyer for Paul Fatta, who was sentenced to 15 years in prison and fined $50,000.
Another defense lawyer, Joe Turner, said of the defendants, "The judge slam-dunked them."
But the chief federal prosecutor, Ray Jahn, said that he was "relieved" by the sentences, adding: "It's clear that the judge did a careful job in crafting his decision. We prosecuted these
people for their actions, not their religious beliefs, and they were fairly and justly sentenced according to their actions."
The gunbattle began Feb. 28, 1993, when nearly 100 agents of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms stormed the sect's rural compound near Waco to serve search-and-arrest warrants on the cult's leader.  The raid was widely criticized and was the subject of a searing report by the Treasury Department, which oversees the firearms agency. The report, which led to the resignation of Stephen Higgins, the head of the agency, accused bureau officials of mismanaging the raid and subsequent investigations.
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The five defendants sentenced to 40 years in prison were Renos Avraam, 29; Brad Branch, 34; Jaime Castillo, 25; Livingstone Fagan, 34; and Kevin Whitecliff, 32, all of whom participated in the gun battle, according to trial testimony. Each was sentenced to 10 years for voluntary manslaughter and 30 years for weapons violations.  The sentences are to run consecutively. The five were also fined amounts ranging from $2,000 to $10,000 and were ordered to pay restitution of $1,131,687.49.
Fatta, 35, was sentenced to five years for conspiracy to manufacture or possess machine guns and 10 years for aiding and abetting Koresh in possessing machine guns. The terms run consecutively.
Fatta was also ordered to pay $50,000 in fines.
Fatta was absent from the compound on the day of the raid, but prosecutors accused him of being the sect's "blood merchant" because he had purchased many of its weapons.
Judge Smith handed down less than the maximum sentences in only two of the cases. Graeme Craddock, who had faced up to 40 years, was sentenced to 10 years in prison for possession of a hand grenade and 10 years on the reinstated weapons charges.
Ruth Riddle, the only female defendant, was sentenced to five years for use of a firearm in the commission of a crime.
Judge Smith said he reduced their sentences because they were the only defendants to show any remorse for their actions. He also said that Ms. Riddle "was as malleable as a soft piece of clay" in the hands of Koresh.
At least two defense lawyers indicated that they planned to appeal the sentences. Prosecutors, meanwhile, said any possible appeals of the lighter sentences would be left to the Justice Department.
In addition, a number of civil suits arising from the raid and the fire are pending.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

What do we have ICE for if they won’t do their jobs?

17 more states planning Ariz. ‘illegal’ crackdown,  But ICE chief says feds might not ‘process’ illegals arrested by state

In what is developing into a standoff between states and the federal government that could be bigger than gun control or even health care, 17 states have launched versions of Arizona’s immigration law, even as federal officials say they may not bother to process illegal aliens caught by the states.
William Gheen, president of Americans for Legal Immigration PAC, which has been trying to get officials to address the open southern border for years, warned the consequences could be dire.
“Over the last couple days, Obama and the chief of ICE have refused to honor their oaths of office,” he said. “Their constitutional requirement is to enforce existing laws.
“They’ve told the American public to go eat cake,” he said.

His organization is assembling the list of state efforts to emulate the Arizona law, which makes it illegal under state as well as federal law to be in the state without documentation.

“Seventeen states are now filing versions of Arizona’s SB 1070, which is designed to help local police enforce America’s existing immigration laws,” ALIPAC said in a report today. The report said numerous national and local polls indicate 60 to 81 percent of Americans support local police enforcing immigration laws.

“Our national network of activists have been working overtime trying to help the state of Arizona and the brave Arizonans who have passed this bill,” he said. “Arizona no longer stands alone and we have now documented state lawmakers filing, or announcing they will file, versions of the Arizona bill in seventeen states! We will not stop until all states are protected from invasion as required by the U.S. Constitution.”
Gheen said the states where some form of immigration crackdown is under development include Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas and Utah.

John Morton, who heads the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, said his agency might not process illegal aliens caught under state jurisdiction, the Chicago Tribune reported.
He insisted that only the federal government should respond to the problem.  “I don’t think the Arizona law, or laws like it, are the solution,” Morton said.More

19 year old Twins Attacked 68 year old Cancer Patient and wife.

Keri Johns said she was pushing her 68-year-old husband, Robert, past a Brunswick park in the middle of the day when the attack happened.

Police said 19-year-old twins Markita and Marquita King attacked the couple and tried to rob them.Robert Johns is a cancer patient and he is recovering in a facility called Karen’s House of Hope. He said he and his wife went to a store and he was holding a bag on his lap filled with money and cancer medications.
“They don’t care. People don’t care. Eleven o’clock in the daytime. They didn’t even run; they just kept saying that was their money,” he said.The police report stated that at some point during the robbery, Marquita King punched Keri Johns in the face.The couple said that the most frustrating part of the ordeal was that no one stopped to help,more

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Sharia Law for Non-Muslims - Chapter 1


Taken from  

Political Islam is Islam's ideology about unbelievers, kafirs.

Sharia Law for Non-Muslims - Chapter 1

May 20, 2010

This is a chapter from an upcoming book: Sharia Law for Non-Muslims. The book was designed to be short, only 48 pages. Many people do not want to know anything about Islam, but experience shows that they may have an interest in Islamic law. Since it doesn't make any difference which part of a rope you pick up first, Sharia law is a great way to start learning about the true nature of Islam.


Sharia in Europe Today

When you study Islam in Europe today, you are seeing America in 20 years. Why? The actions by Muslims in Europe are based on Sharia law, the same Sharia law that is beginning to be implemented in America today.

    · Traffic cannot move in London streets as Muslims commandeer the streets to pray-a political result based on Sharia law.
    · Entire areas of Europe are no-go zones for non-Muslims, this includes the police. These are Islamic enclaves where only Muslims live. The Muslim-only policy is based on Sharia.
    · In England an Anglican bishop calls for the rule of Islamic law for Muslims. The bishop is obeying Sharia law.
    · In the schools only Islamic approved texts can be used. This is based on Sharia law.
    · Christians may not speak to Muslims about Christianity nor may they hand out literature. This is a political result based on Sharia law enforced by British courts.
    · Rape by Muslims is so prevalent that Sweden has forbidden the police to collect any data in the investigation that would point to Islam. Rape is part of Islamic doctrine as applied to non-Muslim women. 

    · In London mass demonstrations by Muslims call for the end of British law and Sharia law to rule all people. This political action is based on Sharia.
    · In some English hospitals, during Ramadan fast (an Islamic religious event) non-Muslims cannot eat where a Muslim can see them. The submission of non-Muslims is based on Sharia law.
    · At British hospitals, Muslim women are treated only as Sharia law demands.
    · If a Dane says that he is proud to be Danish near a Muslim, it can be seen as hate speech and racism. This is in accordance to Sharia law.
    Sharia in America Today
    Here are current and historical events in America that are driven by Sharia law:
    · On September 11, 2001 jihadists attacked and destroyed the World Trade Center. This was in compliance to the laws of jihad found in the Sharia law. The attack was a political action based upon a religious motivation.
    · All textbooks in America must be approved by Islamic councils that are controlled by the Muslim Brotherhood. This is in accordance with Sharia law.
    · American employers and schools are met with demands for time and space to do Islamic prayer. These demands are based on Sharia law.
    · The American banking system is becoming Islamicized with Sharia financing. Our banking system indulges in Sharia financial law and does not know the rest of Sharia law.
    · Universities are asked to close swimming pools and other athletic facilities to be used for Muslim women.
    · Hospitals are being sued for not having Sharia compliant treatment.
    · No course at the college level uses critical thinking in the history and doctrine of Islam. Under Sharia no aspect of Islam may be criticized.
    · Muslim charities give money to jihadists, as per Sharia law.
    · Muslim foot-baths are being installed in airport facilities, using tax money. This is in accordance with Sharia law.
    · American prisons are a stronghold of proselytizing for Islam.
    · Workplaces are being made Islamic worship sites through special rooms and time off to pray. This is in accordance to Sharia law.
    · Islamic refugees bring all of their wives for welfare and medical treatment to America. Authorities will not act even when presented with evidence. Polygamy is pure Sharia.
    · We are fighting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to implement constitutions that have the supremacy of Sharia law as their first article.
Why Do We Need to Know Sharia?

Friday, May 21, 2010

Censorbugbear reports...: Flemish man acquitted of raping child in SA

Censorbugbear reports...: Flemish man acquitted of raping child in SA: "alse accusations were lodged against him by a woman named Thandazile Nzama, who testified that the young Belgian man had sexually assaulted and raped a nine-year-old boy. He testified in court that she had been motivated by jealousy – that she had been angry after a welfare organisation he ran had cut back on the financial assistance she had received."

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Grandparents Raising Grandchildren

The percentage of grandparents as parents is growing in numbers every day, and the numbers have grown so much that there are now various programs and support groups for grandparents who are raising their grandchildren. Many people do not think this would be any tougher task than raising their children; however, it is and for different reasons.

Grandparents Face Financial Stress When Caring for Grandchildren

By the time people become grandparents, they are generally retired and living on a fixed budget; however, here comes this baby they had not planned on raising. Then the budget has to be redone and sometimes the grandparents have to go back to work, even though they are retired, to be able to support this grandchild or grandchildren. This can bring a financial stress to the couple that they were not prepared for.

SA not as racist as Russia from a Black Prospective<< you must be kidding me

As South Africans we always put ourselves down and think we are the worst racists, in Russia they kill Black people for being Black. The latest victim is one of our own, a South African actor, Tito Romalio, who died last week in Alexandrovskaya Hospital after being beaten by a 43-year-old Russian in the streets, in what police sources there say was a racial crime. According to statistics collated by the Moscow Bureau for Human Rights, Africans and other non-whites living in Russia are frequently attacked by neo-Nazi gangs, with a total of 74 people(2009) were killed in racist attacks in Russia last year alone. A total 120 Blacks killed in 2008.
Here in South Africa we take crime deaths and make them racial to feed our perceived racist hunger, as if we still miss apartheid.MORE

NBPP member running for re-election in Philly

New Black Panther Member Running for Re-Election to Serve on Dem Executive Committee

Jerry Jackson, notorious member of the New Black Panther Party, who was seen in the (above) video intimidating and threatening voters in 2008, is running for re-election as a member of the Democratic Executive Committee in Philadelphia.


Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Ohio voting reform stalls

It’s too late to make major changes to Ohio’s election system that would take effect this fall, but elections officials say the legislature still should enact reform measures this year,   There is time, meanwhile, for the legislature to meet an Aug. 4 deadline to put a constitutional amendment on the fall ballot to change how the state redraws legislative districts.

Although legislative leaders aren’t touting it publicly as a priority, behind-the-scenes talks continue, and some progress has been reported.

Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner convened two summits after the 2008 presidential election that recommended a host of election changes, including eliminating the five-day “golden week” overlap between the start of early voting and the voter-registration deadline, and expanding early-voting sites.
The goal is to reduce the problems and lawsuits that have marred recent high-profile elections, which experts say undermine voter confidence in the process and outcomes.

That could include making it easier for voters to correct mistakes on their registrations and applications for absentee and provisional ballots or clarifying the rules to reduce the number of provisional ballots cast.
But Norden agreed with Brunner that the legislature should act this year, even if some major changes aren’t made until future elections, because it’s difficult to predict what might happen next year in a new legislative session.

“The danger is there that if we don’t resolve these problems, that we’re just going to see more uncertainty, more litigation, and it’s just really bad for the system,” Norden said.
Brunner also said she hopes the legislature will vote this year to put a redistricting issue on the ballot that takes some of the politics out of the line-drawing process after each decennial census.MORE

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Lars Vilks attacked by muslims in Sweden.

Lars Vilks, the cartoonist who created outrage in the Muslim community by depicting Mohammed as a dog in a cartoon had a riot break out at his talk about free speech and freedom of creativity at Uppsala University in Sweden. Vilks was not injured in the incident; however his glasses were broken. There was a lot of chaos as numerous young men stormed the small stage area where Vilks was speaking. They put up a lot of resistance against the police who were trying to subdue them. Eventually they were also sprayed with pepper spray.

Threats Against Lars Vilks
In 2007 al Qaeda put a death threat on this cartoonist, with a $100,000 award for his murder. The BBC reports that there would be a “50% bonus if he was slaughtered like a lamb by having his throat cut.”

The CS Monitor reports that after the death threat on Vilks in 2007, he stated “I suppose this makes my art project a bit more serious. It’s also good to know how much one is worth.”

Jihad Jane Plot against Lars Vilks Vilks was the focus of a death plot by “Jihad Jane,” a Pennsylvania woman arrested for terrorism after she was found to be involved with an al Qaeda plot to murder Vilks in Sweden.more

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Love is Many Things

Jay and I have the ultimate unconditional love for each other.
Love is many things:
It is a family that stands by each other, or that friend who is always there for you when you need cheering up to talk to about whats going on in your life or just to hang out with being silly, serious, having fun being there to give comfort, wipe away the tears, make you laugh when needed and vice versa for each other.
Love is a beuatiful, wonderful thing between two people when you can be yourself, where you get that excited funny feeling all over, when it seems as if being apart is like a lifetime, when you are so excited to see or hear that persons voice and feel there presence once again...................When you are willing to go that extra step in life with someone. When you have the feeling they have touched your soul like it's never been touched before. It's a beautiful warm fuzzy kinda feeling.
Love is also a very painful thing when you are with someone that you love with all your heart and you share feelings and thoughts. When you are lied to, cheated on, made to feel unworthy like you are the biggest piece of shit when you in fact have done nothing wrong. They are just trying to justify themselves in stealing your heart and making you feel bad for things/yourself like you did something wrong.
Love is sharing, caring, trust, unconditional, beauty, pain, tears, joy, waking up together in each others arms, hopes, dreams, building something together within each is so many more things I can't desribe right now. by jlh

Monday, May 10, 2010

March in central London!! Get as many as possible to join!!!

Poster, as designed by Karin-Lee Smit, and edited by Kerry Richards. Please download it, and put it up everywhere. We need the feet!!

‘By what route did I get here?’ DNA doesn’t Lie.

So the next time your called a Neanderthal or Caveman, smile and say thank you.

We have met Neanderthal and he is us — at least a little. The most detailed look yet at the Neanderthal genome helps answer one of the most debated questions in anthropology: Did Neanderthals and modern humans mate?
The answer is yes, there is at least some cave man biology in most of us. Between 1 percent and 4 percent of genes in people from Europe and Asia trace back to Neanderthals.
“They live on, a little bit,” says Svante Paabo of the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig, Germany.
Researchers led by Paabo, Richard E. Green of the University of California, Santa Cruz, and David Reich of Harvard Medical School compared the genetic material collected from the bones of three Neanderthals with that from five modern humans.
Their findings, reported in Friday’s edition of the journal Science, show a relationship between Neanderthals and modern people outside Africa, Paabo said.
That suggests that interbreeding occurred in the Middle East, where both modern humans and Neanderthals lived thousands of years ago, he said.
“People are interested in the question: ‘By what route did I get here?’ And the idea that there is a faint echo of Neanderthals” is interesting, reflected Richard Potts, director of the Human Origins Program at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.
Humans trace their origins out of Africa into the Middle East and then on to other parts of the world. The genetic relationship with Neanderthals was found in people from Europe, China and Papua-New Guinea, but not people from Africa.more
thank you Erick

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Tell us Federal Government what that Illegal Immigrant Won?

Well New York City Tax paying Citizens, let’s see what this Barbados native with a long rap sheet has won as a parting gift from the Federal Government all on your tax dollar.

$145,000 parting gift from New York City taxpayers before he was deported, after city lawyers decided his civil rights had been violated when he was held too long on Rikers Island. Federal rules allow local law enforcement to detain suspected illegal immigrants for 48 hours after their criminal cases are resolved, to give Immigration and Customs Enforcement a chance to pick them up and move them to federal facilities.

Former Brooklyn resident Cecil Harvey, 55 — backed by an immigration-rights advocacy group — argued that his rights were violated when he spent more than a month in a Rikers holding pen before being transferred to ICE. The landmark settlement has prompted the Correction Department to dump scores of illegal immigrants on the streets, since federal officials often fail to pick them up within the required two-day window.

Harvey Complaint [18 page pdf] Federal immigration agents have office space on Rikers Island, and the city allows them to interview roughly 4,000 inmates each year.more

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Should Miranda Rights Be Stripped From Citizens?

Yes what this Naturalized Citizen (even if by marriage) which seems to be the HUGE fad now in days with so many coming into the US, or dropping a baby, student visas, or just crossing that border(like I’ve been saying for years about the unsecured Mexican border, to be honest in most cases can you tell the difference between someone south of the border and Pakistan/middle eastern on just a glimpse or sight )but if we take away this terrorists Miranda Rights we could and are taking them from every United States citizen) I mean on first thoughts that they capture one of these idiots your(including myself) all gun ho about slap the book at them, kill them etc. But that is the beauty of the Miranda rights that you are innocent until proven guilty even when you have obvious proof that they are guilty, and some legal eagle/beagle salivates at don’t worry about it they have nothing to hold you on because they didn’t read you your rights and they are free to commit more crimes.

(jlh/bn) “Did they Mirandize him? I know he’s an American citizen but still,” King said in a Politico interview — a comment that enraged his online critics.  The arguments against reading Shahzad his rights show “just how far the Republican Party has moved away from a basic element of law enforcement (used often by, among others, the Bush administration’s Department of Justice),” charged the Huffington Post’s Sam Stein. And he noted that “no less a conservative voice” than Glenn Beck spoke out in favor of Mirandizing Shahzad.
“He’s a citizen of the United States, so I say we uphold the laws and the Constitution on citizens,” Beck declared on “Fox & Friends” today.

“‘But still’ indeed. Now there is a powerful argument for jettisoning cherished freedoms for the sake of … something!” Eric Martin responded on the Obsidian Wings blog. Joe Sudbay of AMERICAblog News also seized on King’s “but still” remark, accusing the congressman of “politicizing the issue and undermining the Constitution.”More

Russian adoption has reached a ‘humanitarian catastrophe’

Russia was the third leading source of adoptive children in the United States in 2009, with 1,586, following China, with 3,001, and Ethiopia, with 2,277, according to State Department figures.
There is nothing dreary about Orphanage No. 11. It has rooms filled with enough dolls and trains and stuffed animals to make any child giggly. It has speech therapists and round-the-clock nurses and cooks who delight in covertly slipping a treat into a tiny hand. It has the feel of a place where love abounds.
What it does not have are many visits from potential parents.

Few of its children will ever be adopted — by Russians or foreigners. When they reach age 7 and are too old for this institution they will be shuttled to the next one, reflecting an entrenched system that is much better at warehousing children — and profiting from them — than finding them families.
The chairwoman of the parliamentary committee on family and children, Yelena B. Mizulina, spotlighted what she said was a shocking statistic: Russia has more orphans now, 700,000, than at the end of World War II, when an estimated 25 million Soviet citizens were killed.MORE

Saturday, May 1, 2010

US Orders Blackout Over North Korean Torpedoing Of Gulf Of Mexico Oil Rig

A grim report circulating in the Kremlin today written by Russia’s Northern Fleet is reporting that the United States has ordered a complete media blackout over North Korea’s torpedoing of the giant Deepwater Horizon oil platform owned by the World’s largest offshore drilling contractor Transocean that was built and financed by South Korea’s Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd., that has caused great loss of life, untold billions in economic damage to the South Korean economy, and an environmental catastrophe to the United States.
Most important to understand about this latest attack by North Korea against its South Korean enemy is that under the existing “laws of war” it was a permissible action as they remain in a state of war against each other due to South Korea’s refusal to sign the 1953 Armistice ending the Korean War.
To the attack itself, these reports continue, the North Korean “cargo vessel” Dai Hong Dan believed to be staffed by 17th Sniper Corps “suicide” troops left Cuba’s Empresa Terminales Mambisas de La Habana (Port of Havana) on April 18th whereupon it “severely deviated” from its intended course for Venezuela’s Puerto Cabello bringing it to within 209 kilometers (130 miles) of the Deepwater Horizon oil platform which was located 80 kilometers (50 miles) off the coast of the US State of Louisiana where it launched an SSC Sang-o Class Mini Submarine (Yugo class) estimated to have an operational range of 321 kilometers (200 miles).
On the night of April 20th the North Korean Mini Submarine manned by these “suicidal” 17th Sniper Corps soldiers attacked the Deepwater Horizon with what are believed to be 2 incendiary torpedoes causing a massive explosion and resulting in 11 workers on this giant oil rig being killed outright. Barely 48 hours later, on April 22nd , this North Korean Mini Submarine committed its final atrocity by exploding itself directly beneath the Deepwater Horizon causing this $1 Billion oil rig to sink beneath the seas and marking 2010’s celebration of Earth Day with one of the largest environmental catastrophes our World has ever seen.
To the reason for North Korea attacking the Deepwater Horizon, these reports say, was to present US President Obama with an “impossible dilemma” prior to the opening of the United Nations Review Conference of the Parties to the Treat on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) set to begin May 3rd in New York.
This “impossible dilemma” facing Obama is indeed real as the decision he is faced with is either to allow the continuation of this massive oil leak catastrophe to continue for months, or immediately stop it by the only known and proven means possible, the detonation of a thermonuclear device.
Russian Navy atomic experts in these reports state that should Obama choose the “nuclear option” more eutimes