December 31, 2012

The Program of Golden Dawn

December 30, 2012

German Elites Discuss Final Shape of United Europe

December 29, 2012  •  From
The eurozone crisis is allowing German leaders to reshape Europe into a superstate dominated by 10 nations!

The grandson of one of the primary architects of the European Union warned last week that Europe will fail if debt-stricken nations like Greece are not allowed to leave the eurozone.

Shortly before issuing this warning, Stephan Werhahn quit the Christian Democratic Union, which was founded by his grandfather Konrad Adenauer, in protest against Chancellor Angela Merkel’s pro-bailout policies. Werhahn now plans to stand as the chancellor candidate of Bavaria’s Free Voters party in next year’s federal elections. His primary platform is that the euro should be limited to a handful of homogeneous, northern European states.

This platform is similar to ideas espoused by other German elites, such as EU anti-bureaucracy czar Edmund Stoiber. During an interview in 2011, Stoiber reminisced that he had wanted a smaller, more unified eurozone. In other interviews Stoiber has further admitted that it should be possible for member states to be excluded from the eurozone if they refuse to get their financial house in order.

December 26, 2012

The United Nations: On the Brink of Becoming a World Government

On October 14, 2009, Lord Christopher Monckton, former science advisor to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, delivered a scathing refutation of the concept of human-caused global warming at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. During his presentation, Lord Monckton focused on the UN climate treaty that was being proposed for the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen that December. He warned:
I read that treaty. And what it says is this: that a world government is going to be created. The word “government” actually appears as the first of three purposes of the new entity. The second purpose is the transfer of wealth from the countries of the West to third world countries.... And the third purpose of this new entity, this government, is enforcement.
Not just any government, mind you. “They are about to impose a communist world government on the world,” warned Monckton.

At the UN’s Rio+20 Earth Summit on Sustainable Development in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in June 2012, the world government advocates were pushing even grander schemes. Lord Monckton, who heads the policy unit of the U.K. Independence Party and is chief policy advisor to the Washington, D.C.-based Science and Public Policy Institute, told The New American’s Alex Newman, “They were still effectively talking about a mechanization for setting up a global government so that they could shut down the West, shut down democracy, and bring freedom to an end worldwide.”

Is that merely the ranting of a madman? That’s what the usual suspects at the Huffington Post, MSNBC, and other organs of the liberal-left corporate media would have us believe. He is a “climate-change denier,” a “moonbat,” a “conspiracy wacko.” That is the same response that has greeted anyone and everyone who has dared not merely to criticize the United Nations’ faults and abuses, but to point out the danger of a UN that is evolving into an actual world government — with real teeth and enforcement powers.

December 25, 2012

The swing of the democratic pendulum is slow and long

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We haven’t yet figured out how to replace political parties with some other vehicle for democratic participation.

There’s been a lot of fairly superficial reporting of late about “anti-democratic” governments in Italy, Greece and elsewhere. By this, they often mean that Germany, Brussels and the IMF are calling the shots; and that “technocratic” governments have been imposed, etc.
First, there’s nothing necessarily undemocratic about having to go through some difficult times as a result of decisions to which electorates contributed by their voting and other behaviour.  One of the main features of democracy is that it corrects in slow time. Corrections in Italy and Greece have included a certain degree of imposition from outside the country – from those to whom the citizens of Italy and Greece are in hock, i.e. to whom they have voluntarily mortgaged their assets.
In the UK, voters went along with a central planning, statist approach from 1940 until Thatcher came along. We then underwent a quarter century of Thatcherite correction, an era which probably came to an end finally in 2007. The pendulum often swings slow and far in democracies. So perhaps the Greek and Italian democratic cultures are being formed by the experience of the corrections they are undergoing now, by the slow and frustrating swing of the pendulum far out of reach. Perhaps in the future, Greek voters will opt for a less hollow state, and for a stronger sense of citizenship and a greater awareness of the Tragedy of the Commons. Perhaps it will become unfashionable to avoid paying taxes, so as to avoid the sense of disempowerment that are going through now.

December 24, 2012

Europe’s Union: Dictate Or Democracy

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About Bureaucracy, Regulators and Nation-Building.

It is difficult to overlook the emergence of an artificial “plastic” entity that its makers call “Europe”. The official press, media, culture, and parts of the political establishment cheer this development. This is true for Europe and the rest of our culture because the mutuality of elites is stronger than their national origins. More than that, the forces just named provide the propulsion that moves the project as it proceeds from fiction to reality. This makes it risky to formulate and to spread critical warnings about the unfolding process. Doing so might be, if only reasons are needed to advise caution, rather easy. However, doing so is also “dangerous” as any objection to the forging a centralized Europe will be used by the opinion makers to prove that you are a “bad person”. Accordingly, you resent and hinder the realization of the common good they propagate. If any proof is lacking for that one, then the recently issued Nobel Prize to the EU’s “apparat” can be invoked as evidence.

The matter of uniting Europe, at least under the terms dictated, has significant consequences for our shared western culture and tradition. That seems to fit, regardless of whether you read this in Europe or in one of its overseas mutations. Dealing with the matter by ignoring it is, as always, an option. “Neutrality” only holds if the contemporary lives in an illusionary cocoon of unawareness. Nevertheless, not knowing, or refusing to notice, does not protect anyone from consequences that will ultimately reach those that enjoy the illusion of being outsiders.  Meanwhile, the approach of the calamity reminds one of a freight train that is about to ram into those that set up their camp in its path.

December 23, 2012

The Soviet Invasion of Afghanistan

By Malcolm Byrne and Svetlana Savranskaya
National Security Archive, December 21, 2012

Proceedings from 1995 Conference Reveal Soviet Motivations and U.S. Internal Reactions to Soviet Move

The authorization to invade Afghanistan, December 12, 1979.  The Soviet leadership was so anxious about maintaining secrecy that they hand-wrote the document and circulated to individual Kremlin leaders for their signatures, which appear diagonally across the page. [Source: Fond-89]

Washington, D.C., December 21, 2012 – On December 12, 1979, the Soviet Politburo gathered to formally approve the decision made several days earlier to send a "limited contingent" of Soviet forces into Afghanistan. The secrecy was so tight that the leadership hand-wrote the authorization document in one copy and hand-carried it to each Politburo member for signature. The order does not even mention Afghanistan by name and uses cryptic language to entrust Andropov, Ustinov and Gromyko to oversee the implementation of the decision. The Yeltsin government declassified the one-page record in 1992 as part of a body of evidence for use at the upcoming trial of the Communist Party.

Ever since December 1979, the war has continued to ravage the country, and scholars and politicians continue to try to come to grips with what went wrong at each stage. Today, the National Security Archive publishes materials from the final conference of the Carter-Brezhnev Project, hosted by the Norwegian Nobel Institute at the Lysebu conference center outside Oslo, a meeting that produced major insights into Soviet decision-making on the eve of the invasion and the U.S. response to it.

December 22, 2012

Germany: the EU is the problem


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His name may not mean much to us but, born into a Polish Jewish family from parents who survived Nazi concentration camps, Henryk M. Broder, now a naturalised German, journalist and author, is a powerful and respected figure in the German media.

For him then to rip the EU apart is quite significant. We are witnessing, he says, the last days of Europe. Not in the physical, rather the philosophical and metaphorical sense. Just as Karl Kraus in 1922, published his monumental work, "The Last Days of Mankind", the "The Last Days of Europe" lie immediately ahead.

His piece, though, starts with a Russian proverb: there is no such thing as an ugly bride – just a shortage of vodka. From that one infers that you have to be drunk to see merit in the EU. But vodka or not, "lousy remains lousy".

Broder thinks the Nobel Peace Prize award is a "silly idea", not dissimilar to the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union giving itself awards for having made an extremely important contribution to peace and security in Europe and in the world.

As someone who spent the first years of his life in Poland, he adds, I have a slight allergy to the word "peace": "not because I'm for the war, but because 'peace' is the general alibi with which any barbarism can be justified. The Berlin Wall was for us peacemaking or peacekeeping, but in any case inevitable". Today, one would say there had been no alternative.

The EU, Broder says, is the most powerful attempt since the end of Socialism to disenfranchise citizens and undemocratise society. The EU does not solve problems, it is the problem.

We are told again and again that there is no alternative to the EU, since the breakup of the Union would not only mean the end of prosperity, but also the revival of long outmoded conflicts. Put into practice this means that we are asked to trust unconditionally those who drove the cart to the wall and now expect them to repair it.

If a doctor removed an appendix instead of tonsils, would we give him a second chance, Broder asks, answering his own question in the negative. But when it comes to Europe, we do it because we just have no choice. There is no alternative. So we keep going - not because we are convinced that it is right, but because we have passed the point of no return.

Polish Foreign Policy Debacle


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It has been more than five years since Poland’s Foreign Minister Radoslaw Sikorski took the office and significantly redirected the vectors of foreign policy. We can now estimate, after all these years, that it was a debacle from all points of view.

Sikorski became Poland’s Foreign Minister in 2007, when the Civic Platform took the power and Tusk created his first government. Before that date all main political parties shared more or less the same opinion on Polish foreign affairs and led similar policy which consisted of: building security system in alliance with Western powers, European integration, cooperation in Central Eastern Europe, especially with the countries of Visegrad Group and active policy towards Eastern neighbours, i.e. Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine. All the political powers - post-communists, centrists, rightists, and leftists - agreed more or less with all those vectors and acted according to them. That is why Poland joined NATO and EU, took part in operations in Afghanistan and Iraq and played a role in the Orange Revolution in Ukraine.

December 20, 2012

Biggest Social Media Sites Censor Alternative News

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censorship on Social Networking Biggest Social Media Sites Censor Alternative News

But at least web news sources are free of censorship … one would hope.
Unfortunately, that’s not true.
Facebook pays low-wage foreign workers to delete certain content based upon a censorship list. For example, Facebook deletes accounts created by any Palestinian resistance groups.
Digg was caught censoring stories which were controversial or too critical of the government. See this and this.
Many accuse Youtube of blatant censorship.
Reddit – the 133rd most popular website worldwide on the Internet – is also censoring.
I’m not talking about censoring specific websites (For example, I was informed today that Reddit’s News category censors all stories from this website.  But that’s just an example).  I’m talking about censoring entire categories of news media.

December 15, 2012

Misconceptions - Let's get things straight!

Since the first moments after the crash, various efforts were made to cloud the truth about the causes and the course of events of the crash. Here's a brief list.


Please note the translation below is of a list dated January 2012. The text has been edited and translated from source: niezależ

Since the first moments after the crash, various efforts were made to cloud the truth about the causes and the course of events of the Smolensk crash. These efforts most often took form of stubs; that is alleged leaks blaming the late pilots, general Błasik and the president. These lies were often born in the Russian media, whereas in Poland – in TVN24, “Wprost”, RMF and “Gazeta Wyborcza”, to be repeated later by other main media. They appeared pretty regularly (and still do) – in the first months after the crash every few days, then a little less frequently. In accordance with the principles of psychological war, there were a lot of them, they often contradicted each other, sometimes they contained fragments of true facts, largely however they were a total figment of someone's imagination. It was intended to create chaos, to convince the society that it is not possible to get to the bottom, to disorient and tire the society out. Let us recall some of them. Unfortunately, the list is very long, and the one below is dated January 2012

1. Tu-154M came in to land four times, despite the fact that the air traffic controllers insisted that it should fly away to the reserve airport (all the main media repeated this on 10/04/2010). In reality, today we know, that the plane made one approach; the crew descended the plane to a 100m and decided to circle around the airport with the use of the autopilot. The crew began this manoeuvre. This process is reflected in the flight trajectory recorded in TAWS and FMS data, as also in the cabin voice recordings, where the command to circle the airport around was given to stop descent and the landing approach in the manner generally accepted, appropriately according to regulations. The Russian control tower operators asked the Polish crew captain Major Protasiuk to descend to the height of 50 meters, breaching regulations. This information alone contradicts both Russian and Polish official governmental investigation reports into the crash. Both claimed that the controller did not allow the airliner to descend lower than 100 meters.

December 14, 2012

Obama's state dept. cover up Russian terrorists in murdering Poland's president

Publication time: 10 December 2012, 23:11

Polish media, in particular a popular Warsaw newspaper Fakt, reports that the US State Department website posted an official response of the White House to an appeal to Obama by tens of thousands of Americans of Polish origin to establish an international commission to investigate the causes of the Smolensk disaster.

Phil Gordon, assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, responded on Obama's behalf. Not mentioning the word "international commission", he expressed 2 times his "condolences to the Polish people", and writes (the newspaper printed the English original):

"In response to your petition, we note that Polish and Russian governments each conducted their own investigations".

A few hours later, the chairman of the parliamentary group on investigation of the causes of the Smolensk disaster, Antoni Macierewicz, responded to Gordon. A major Polish political magazine Wprost reports with reference to the opposition portal in a news story entitled "Traces of explosives may indicate to terrorist attack (Ślady materiałów wybuchowych mogą wskazywać na zamach)":

Elite Neo-Nazis ... Is Russia Today (RT) Part of the Controlled Media Matrix and the Imposition of Global Government?

By Anthony Wile

This is perhaps the biggest Trojan Horse-oriented story I may ever write.

I use the term "I" advisedly because much of what goes on here at The Daily Bell is a team effort. But it's my mug that goes on these editorials. And I stand behind them.

It is THE story The Daily Bell was created to write.

There is a storm coming. It is not hyperinflation I'm speaking of. It's not even global government.

It is the KIND of global government that is being created.

Follow along with me and you will understand EXACTLY what "they" are doing and how they intend to do it.

We arrive at these conclusions as we always do, using facts to intuit patterns.

December 7, 2012

Yes, there were traces of explosives


Yes, there were traces of explosives

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‘Some of the devices used in Smolensk indicated in fact TNT traces’ said Colonel Jerzy Artymiak from the District Military Prosecutor’s Office at the Parliamentary Justice and Human Rights’ Commission’s hearing. ‘Could you repeat that, please?’ asked Antoni Macierewicz MP. ‘Yes, of course, the devices used indicated particles of TNT’ answered Artymiuk.

Unfortunately, the following part of the prosecutor’s statement sounded to similar to the well known show performed shortly after the news about TNT traces had been published in the Rzeczpospolita daily.

The MPs who attended the commission’s hearing could learn that ‘spectrometers react the same way to explosives and… shoe polish.

‘Expert did not trace a presence of any explosives on examined samples […] Only the laboratory tests could give grounds for acknowledging whether there were or not any traces of explosives on examined samples’. Tests’ results could be known in the months to come.

As Artymiak believes an explosion has not been confirmed by post-mortem examinations and so called ‘Polish black box’ recordings.

Pentagon Modernizing Nuclear Weapons in Europe

December 6, 2012 • From

America’s trust in Europe could prove to come at a deadly price.(Torquetum/iStockphoto )
America’s trust in Europe could prove to come at a deadly price.
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Why this may end up being the worst money it ever spent

The military will upgrade its aging European nuclear weapons stockpile, it was announced on Tuesday. Pentagon officials indicated it was now or never for the upgrade. With a $10 billion price tag, this may be America’s costliest mistake ever.
According to military officials, the upgrade will include modernized delivery systems, refurbished warheads, and changes to the weapons’ production complex.
“Old parts mean less-safe nukes,” says John Noonan, a former nuclear missile officer and a spokesman for the House Armed Services Committee. “Sixty years without an accidental detonation. We have a keen interest in keeping that record going.”
Opponents of the upgrade cite America’s looming budget issues. With a defense budget facing billions of dollars’ worth of cuts, some people wonder why America would upgrade its European stockpile when its positioning has become somewhat redundant. America has thousands of intercontinental ballistic missiles that can deliver the bombs.
Yet this upgrade to the European nuclear weapons stockpile may prove costly in other ways too.
For years, the European Union has been lobbying to inherit NATO weaponry based in Europe. EU officials want to capitalize on America’s shrinking military presence in Europe by taking control of equipment that is too expensive to ship back overseas.
The real cost to America may be that at some point America will decide to simply transfer responsibility for its nuclear arsenal to the EU as it takes a greater responsibility for defending itself.
The obvious risk, however, is that Europe will not always be America’s ally. Already many EU member states have close relationships with Russia, China and other U.S. competitors.

December 6, 2012

Al Assad's Last Stand

By Omar Lamrani

The battle for Damascus is raging with increasing intensity while rebels continue to make substantial advances in Syria's north and east. Every new air base, city or town that falls to the rebels further underlines that Bashar al Assad's writ over the country is shrinking. It is no longer possible to accurately depict al Assad as the ruler of Syria. At this point, he is merely the head of a large and powerful armed force, albeit one that still controls a significant portion of the country.

The nature of the conflict has changed significantly since it began nearly two years ago. The rebels initially operated with meager resources and equipment, but bolstered by defections, some outside support and their demographic advantage, they have managed to gain ground on what was previously a far superior enemy. Even the regime's qualitative superiority in equipment is fast eroding as the rebels start to frequently utilize main battle tanks, infantry fighting vehicles, rocket and tube artillery and even man-portable air-defense systems captured from the regime's stockpiles.

Weary and stumbling, the regime is attempting to push back rebel forces in and near Damascus and to maintain a corridor to the Alawite coast while delaying rebel advances in the rest of the country. Al Assad and his allies will fight for every inch, fully aware that their power depends on the ability of the regime forces to hold ground.

The Battle for Damascus

December 5, 2012

Leading Nation of a Belligerent Europe

2012/12/04  BERLIN/PARIS
(Own report) - German government advisors are pleading for the creation of a joint German-French air force. In light of an alleged "deterioration of EU military efficiency," the "two major nations" in Europe are "required to take the leadership," according to a position paper published by the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP). "Clear signals" must finally be given and "concrete proposals for security policy cooperation" presented, rather than non-binding declarations of intent. For example, a fusion of the air forces of Germany and France would provide a good opportunity for promoting military as well as arms industry cooperation. Experts in Berlin have been complaining since some time that the desperately needed cooperation of the arms industries throughout the EU still has not really materialized, despite persistent political appeals. Aside from the advantages for the arms industry, this plea for the creation of a German-French air force is aimed at the recent French-British military cooperation, considered in Berlin as a means for preventing a German predominance of the EU's war policy. Practical measures have now been taken to split the British-French alliance.

“Complete Transformation of the Economic Structure of the World”

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The United Nations is meeting in Qatar to negotiate a “complete transformation of the economic structure of the world,” explained Christiana Figueres, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) at a Monday press conference.
“What is occurring here, not just in Doha, but in the whole climate change process is the complete transformation of the economic structure of the world. It should happen much quicker, but it cannot happen overnight,” she added.
Figueres concluded, “This Conference of the Parties will produce a second commitment period to the Kyoto Protocol, the only legally binding agreement. It will have the necessary amendments to go into a second commitment period as of January 1, 2013…. We are also moving toward a universal legally based agreement by 2015 to go into effect in 2020.”

December 3, 2012

Convergence: Globalists Push Russia-EU Merger

An op-ed column appearing in the November 25, 2012 Gulf News, entitled, “Need for Europe-Russia institutional integration,” by former Russian Foreign Minister Igor S. Ivanov (pictured) is one of the latest globalist paeans to East-West “convergence.”
“Without a fundamental reset,” argues Ivanov, “relations between Russia and Europe will continue to decay, eventually becoming characterised by benign neglect.” To avoid this undesirable situation, Ivanov avers, “Russia and Europe must identify where their interests converge” and work toward “partnership,” “political cooperation,” and “political integration.”

“Convergence” is a key theme of policy elites the world over, especially those associated with the Royal Institute for International Affairs (RIIA), the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), World Policy Conference (WPC), Trilateral Commission (TC), Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP), and Bilderberg Conferences (BC). Mr. Ivanov, who was an apparatchik in the Soviet diplomatic corps and head of the Russian Security Council under Vladimir Putin, has been associated with all of the above-named organizations. He is a member of that growing body of “former” Communists who now unabashedly wear the globalist label and hobnob with billionaire Russian oligarchs, western corporate CEOs, Wall Street bankers, heads of the giant tax exempt foundations, and denizens of the elite think tanks.

Globalists march under a number of banners and code words to identify themselves and the global political-economic transformation they desire: globalism, globalization, global governance, internationalism, and new world order. In moments of candor and/or daring, some globalists unblushingly blurt out their true goal: world government.

The shattering of Europe

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The shattering of Europe: It's not just Scotland, almost every major European nation is threatened by breakaway movements. History tells us the result could be bloodshed, chaos and suffering

The year is 2022, and in the gilded splendour of his Brussels headquarters, the EU President is facing a tricky dilemma.

Pressure is building on him to finalise his latest budget — yet the problems seem intractable. With so many small new nations scrabbling for funds, agreement seems impossible.
Catalonia, for example, is demanding deep cuts in EU administrative expenses, while the Scots are calling for higher welfare subsidies. The new states of Lombardy and Tuscany are at loggerheads, the Corsicans are still in the doghouse after their government’s latest corruption  scandal, and the Walloons haven’t paid a penny into common euro funds for years.

A shattering continent: Almost every major European nation is being threatened by breakaway movements
A shattering continent: Almost every major European nation is being threatened by breakaway movements

The new map of the Continent, a crazy patchwork of competing states governed by an interventionist European Union, tells the wider story. The age of the strong nations has gone, and Britain has joined Italy, Spain and Belgium on the scrap heap of history.

This may sound a fanciful scenario, yet recent events across Europe — including the looming independence referendum in Scotland — tell a very different story.

Six days ago, the people of Spain’s most prosperous region, Catalonia, voted overwhelmingly for parties favouring the breaking away from Spanish rule. As a result, almost two out of three seats in the Catalan parliament are occupied by politicians who want an independence referendum.

The parallels with the situation in Scotland, where Alex Salmond’s SNP has secured a referendum for 2014, are irresistible — although since the Catalans are too busy fighting among themselves, it is unlikely the Spanish state will disintegrate overnight.
Still, it is not impossible. And it is worth remembering that this is far more than an obscure local squabble.

Smolensk related deaths

"The dismantlement of the state is over, now people will start to disappear." - Janusz Kurtyka, President of the Institute of National Remembrance (died in Smolensk Russia on 10th April 2010)

Below please find a list of deaths related to the Smolensk crash.


If you find the list below to be incomplete and you would like to advise any corrections or additions please send them through and contact the administrater of the website. If needed, this list will be systematically updated.

1. Stefan Zielonka, a cryptographer and a non-commissioned officer, died on 12 April 2009. He was a specialist with knowledge of all NATO communications systems; he knew the entire network of Polish agents. The soldier of seemingly unblemished reputation disappeared without a trace one year and two days before the Smolensk crash. Suspected of working with Chinese intelligence, he was found floating at Warsaw's Wawer district about 26-27 April 2010 (17 days after the Smolensk crash). His wife reported him missing as late as after 7 days. As it turned out later, the ensign's wife also worked in the services and later disappeared without a trace.

2. Grzegorz Michniewicz, Director General of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister, a man with access to the most secret intelligence and information, a member of the supervisory board at the Polish fuel giant – PKN Orlen. His driver found his body hanging on a noose the night of the 22 to 23 December – on the day TU-154 returned from the repairs conducted in Samara, the very same one that crumbled to smithereens in Smolensk. The Regional Prosecutor's Office in Warsaw, which investigated the case for almost a year, said that Michniewicz committed a suicide. However, his family saw many irregularities in the workings of the Office. “I see a lot of irregularities in the workings of the Prosecutor's Office, but this is far too painful for me and I do not want it to be belaboured in the media” said one of the loved ones of the deceased. Nobody saw a potential suicide coming. The Director of the Chancellery of the Prime Minister called his wife a day before the alleged suicide to make meeting arrangements for the next day. He also sent text messages to his friends making plans. The death of Michniewicz was to a large extent kept quiet in the media.

December 2, 2012

Is Poland heading towards Belarusian standards?


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A house of an advocate, Piotr Kwiecien, who defends journalists of Gazeta Polska in political cases, has been robbed today. The burglars did not steel any precious objects, but they were interested in documents remaining in advocate’s possession. Piotr Kwiecien is a Warsaw’s lawyer who represented in court Gazeta Polska editor-in-Chief, Tomasz Sakiewicz, its deputy editor-in-Chief Katarzyna Gojska-Hejke, and Nowe Panstwo editor-in-Chief, as well as Dorota Kania, editor-in-Chief of portal, and Gazeta Polska...
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Rybitzky on minister Boni's attempts to gag the internet
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November 30, 2012

Citigroup sentences to Europe to faster economic death

The closer you read Willem Buiter's imperial uber-blick of the world economy, the more astonishing it becomes.
Citigroup's end of year forecast – Prospects for Economies and Financial Markets in 2013 and Beyond – is in essence a celebration of American revival and ascendancy. It sentences Europe to slow economic death.
The growth gap in 2012 between the US (+2.2) and the eurozone (-0.4) is the 2.6pc, the biggest since 1993.
Professor Buiter – Citi's chief economist – said this is not a one-off. The differential will widen to 3.4pc in 2014 and continue at extreme levels into the latter part of the decade.
The compound effects of this for year after year are dramatic. Europe will be left behind as an outpost of stagnation in a G2 world dominated by the US and China, with a string of emerging powers gaining ground but still far behind.
Euroland's nominal GDP will slip from 78pc of US levels this year to 66pc by 2025. India will overtake Germany by 2020. (German growth will be: 2013 (0.5), 2014 (0.3), 2015 (0.9). 2016 (1.1) — in other words, slow asphyxiation along with the rest of EMU).

Greek Band-Aid and German Delay Tactics

Yet once more EU elites have staved off the inevitable Greek default by a band-aid approach to that nation’s unsolvable debt crisis.

As America’s presence in the region shrinks, Germany is quietly filling the vacuum.

America is rapidly headed into its darkest hour ever. But that black hour leads immediately into an everlasting joy!

November 26, 2012

L’union de la droite, clé du renouveau de la France

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L’union de la droite, clé du renouveau de la France

par Henry de Lesquen
président du Club de l'Horloge

Une pédagogie des opinions proscrites

Le verrouillage politique qui met le Front national au ban des partis est le fidèle reflet du verrouillage idéologique qui empêche de parler librement de certains sujets vitaux pour l’avenir de notre pays. C’est parce que le F.N. ne se conforme pas aux interdits édictés par les hérauts de l’idéologie dominante qu’il est victime d’ostracisme et exclu de l’“arc constitutionnel”, en tant que parti d’extrême droite.

November 25, 2012

Of Things to Come

Tradition in Action
La plus belle aventure du monde, c’est la nôtre
- The most beautiful adventure in the world is ours -

Toby Westerman
America has made a choice in the November 2012 elections, and the security of the nation will suffer for it. There is no honest debate as to what lies before an increasingly debt-ridden, militarily weakened United States in a world growing ever more dangerous.

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A flirt that increases...
The events surrounding "Benghazi-gate," China's initial steps toward a blue water navy, and President Barack Obama's excessively close relationship with the Russian leadership do not bode well for the future of the United States in relation to the outside world. Past is prologue.

At stake is America's ability to preserve its independence and political institutions. A weak United States could easily become the de facto client State of other nations, most likely the Moscow-Beijing axis.

November 13, 2012

Tricked into the EUSS R - powerful record here of traitors at work

eu-evil-inside 4 140 x 93Vladimir Bukovsky, the former Soviet dissident was allowed to study secret Soviet documents in 1992 by Boris Yeltsin who needed his support.  Bukovsky told The Brussels Journal about a plan to make the EU like the Soviet Union:
In January of 1989, for example, a delegation of the Trilateral Commission came to see Gorbachev. It included [former Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro] Nakasone, [former French President Valéry] Giscard d’Estaing, [American banker David] Rockefeller and [former US Secretary of State Henry] Kissinger. They had a very nice conversation where they tried to explain to Gorbachev that Soviet Russia had to integrate into the financial institutions of the world, such as Gatt, the IMF and the World Bank.
In the middle of it Giscard d’Estaing suddenly takes the floor and says: “Mr President, I cannot tell you exactly when it will happen – probably within 15 years – but Europe is going to be a federal state and you have to prepare yourself for that.  You have to work out with us, and the European leaders, how you would react to that, how would you allow the other East European countries to interact with it or how to become a part of it, you have to be prepared.” (2)
Britain's entry into the EU was effected by underhand schemes by senior politicians who deceived Parliament and the British with lies and deceit into thinking they were only joining a trading arrangement when the culprits knew clearly that the aim was political union.  Our membership of the EU and the billions of taxpayers money we give the EU has no legitimacy.  My over-riding concern is that unless some new anti EU momentum is created by the next General Election, Labour, who are looking certain to win, will make every effort to take us into the presently forming State of Europe - and will probably succeed, with the right propaganda, because the electorate are generally ignorant of what is happening.
If they do succeed - the hopes of national freedom will be quelled and national independence over - a nation breaking free then will be as likely as one of the political divisions from Russia or a province of China breaking away.
The documents I provide are evidence of the machinations that got us in and maybe a basis of a legal challenge but they need studying by trained legal minds.
The first evidence is not from cranky blogs talking about shape shifting lizards but were obtained by Mrs. Thatcher through Freedom of Information Requests and are on the Margaret Thatcher Foundation website. (3)