Saturday, February 14, 2009
You have to hear this Stalinist, Jerry Brown say that the state should have more control over the airwaves and media. What is next Jerry? These liberals are right out of Nazi Germany. Get the book "Liberal Fascism" by Dr. Jonah Goldberg and you will know what I mean.
I guess the American media was too busy chasing around their Marxist Messiah and they missed this story? Well, I did not.......
Over 6,000 servicemen are on 24/7 combat duty, and at least 96% of all missile systems are ready for deployment within several dozen seconds. It is the highest readiness level among the components of the Russian nuclear triad.
-- Colonel General Nikolai Solovtsov, Commander of Russian Strategic Missile Forces, quoted by Novosti, February 11, 2009
On several occasions we have at Once Upon a Time in the West focused on Russia’s civil defense activities as one element in the Kremlin’s stealthy and incremental plans for a preemptive military strike against the West. As in the days of the Cold War, a full civilian mobilization could be indicative of an imminent strategic nuclear attack against NATO countries and North America. The USA closed its bomb shelters after the “demise” of the Soviet Union and since 911, when Islamic terrorism killed thousands on US soil, only one municipality—Huntsville, Alabama—wisely moved to reactivate its fallout shelters in 2007.
Under the pretext of preparing its population to cope with a “Western military invasion,” this past September St. Petersburg’s Committee on Law, Order and Security activated 300 air raid sirens, silent since the Cold War, and interrupted radio and television broadcasts to announce that an emergency drill was under way. “Instructions on how to behave in the event of a military attack or emergency were then broadcast for 14 minutes,” reported Britain’s Telegraph, adding: “Critics of the Kremlin dismissed the exercise as a stunt, saying it was intended to give the impression that a Western invasion could easily happen and that it was therefore necessary to rally around the government at a time of national crisis.” This was no stunt but, rather, part of the Kremlin’s massive, multi-theater, multi-branch Stability-2008 war game, held in conjunction with Belarus’ armed forces and emergency officials.
Under the pretense of a “false alarm,” Russian authorities, this time in Borovichi, a city of 70,000 people between Moscow and St. Petersburg, awakened residents last night at 11:30 with air raid sirens and emergency announcements of an imminent airstike. “The long signal of the siren and the subsequent announcements not only alerted residents in the center of the city, but in the outskirts as well,” a regional police spokesman informed state-run Novosti today. “Many residents took the signal seriously and police received a large number of calls,” Novosti stated, quoting the same source, “asking how serious the threat was and what people should do in the event of an air raid.” Russia’s air raid sirens are operated by the Emergency Situations Ministry, the head of which is “ex”-communist Sergei Shoigu, son-in-law of Oleg Shenin, the hard-core Stalinist who masterminded the potemkin August 1991 coup against Mikhail Gorbachev. Borovichi police are considering the possibility that a “prankster” activated one emergency signal located on a dormitory roof or that a “malfunction” caused the signal to self-activate. Yeah, right.
On February 3 the “ex”-communist leaders of Russia and Belarus formally created a unified air defense network under the aegis of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO). Today Novosti announced that Russia and Armenia will also establish an integrated air defense system. “The so-called Russian-Belarusian integrated air defense network is just a part of the cooperation within the Collective Security Treaty Organization,” explained CSTO Secretary General Nikolai Bordyuzha, a “former” Chekist, at a Moscow news conference, adding: “We are expecting Russia and Armenia to set up a similar joint network.” According to Bordyuzha, the CSTO--which consists of Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan Russia, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan--will set up three regional air defense networks, one between Russia and Belarus, a second between Russia and Armenia, and a third between Russia and the Central Asian republics.
Friday, February 13, 2009
Michael Johns is a United States health care executive, former White House and federal government official and one of the nation's most prominent conservative policy analysts and writers.
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Thursday, February 12, 2009
Officials estimated it would mean about $13 a week more in people's paychecks when withholding tables are adjusted in late spring. Critics say that's unlikely to do much to boost consumption.
Wednesday, February 11, 2009
It is no secret that the radical feminist groups in this country are really Marxist front groups.
Tuesday, February 10, 2009
The Republicans tried to fix this, because they saw a crisis in the making, but they were intimidated by black members of congress and accused of seeking a lynching of Franklin Raines, former CEO of Fannie Mae.
The stock market has dropped about 1700 points since Obama, the great Messiah was elected. I do not think the business world is feeling the warmth and love of socialism.
Where are the moron liberals? They should be preaching tolerance to the intolerant Muslims?
Firefighters and homeowners aren't the only ones keenly watching Australia's massive wildfires, responsible for killing at least 173 people in the southern part of the continent.
Terrorism experts suspect Muslim extremists are watching closely, too — and taking note of the devastation.
While Australian authorities have revealed no evidence linking the wildfires to extremists, terrorism experts say the large death toll, the huge swath of destruction and the massive financial blow to the country are proving to Islamic terrorists that arson can be a highly effective — and simple — tool of holy war.
In November, an extremist Web site called on Muslims to launch a "forest jihad" in Australia, Europe, Russia and the United States. The posting, which quoted imprisoned Al Qaeda terrorist Mustafa Setmariam Nasar, said setting forest fires was legal under "eye-for-an-eye" Islamic law.
"Scholars have justified chopping down and burning the infidels' forests when they do the same to our lands," the posting read.
Monday, February 9, 2009
Feb. 10 (Bloomberg) -- The euro fell against the dollar and the yen as a Nikkei newspaper report that Russian banks and businesses may seek to reschedule $400 billion of foreign loans deepened concern financial turmoil in Europe is worsening.
The yen also ended a three-day loss versus the euro after European finance ministers signaled increasing concern that some governments are finding it harder to borrow in financial markets. The dollar strengthened on optimism that the U.S. government’s stimulus and bank-rescue packages will help spur growth in the world’s largest economy.
“The Nikkei report of rescheduling debt is driving the euro lower because European financial institutions have a bigger exposure to Russia than their counterparts in other countries,” said Takashi Kudo, Tokyo-based director of foreign-exchange sales at NTT SmartTrade Inc., a unit of Nippon Telegraph & Telephone Corp., Japan’s largest fixed-line phone company.
The euro fell to $1.2873 as of 11:46 a.m. in Tokyo from $1.3003 late in New York yesterday. Europe’s single currency slipped 0.9 percent to 117.86 yen. The dollar was at 91.56 yen from 91.46 yen. The British pound climbed to 86.70 pence per euro from 87.28 pence. The yen rose 1 percent to 61.42 versus Australia’s dollar and 0.9 percent to 48.81 against New Zealand’s dollar.
Sunday, February 8, 2009
"An era of progressive change is within reach, no longer an idle dream. Just look at the new lay of the land: a friend of labor and its allies sits in the White House," Webb proclaimed.