Murio la Verdad

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Sun, 29 May 2005 12:00:00 GMT
# My daughter caught me last night at my brother's house in full slouch:
Full slouch

# Matthew Bracken - Domestic Enemies - a sequel to Enemies Foreign and Domestic. There are excerpts (chapters 1 - 6). Ranya Bardiwell is back, and these chapters get her into the thick of the action. Mr. Bracken expects it to ship by the end of 2005. He is planning a third book, Foreign Enemies. [highroad]

# Daniel Estulin at Counterpunch - "Murio la Verdad" [Truth Has Died]: Infiltrating Bilderberg 2005 - a report on the secret meeting of the world's rulers. [grabbe]

A much-discussed subject in 2005 at Rottach-Egern was the concept of imposing a direct UN tax on people worldwide through a direct tax on oil at the wellhead. This, in fact, sets a precedent. If enacted, it will be the first time, when a non-governmental agency, read the United Nations, directly benefits from a tax on citizens of free and enslaved nations.

Bilderberger proposal calls for a tiny UN levy at the outset which the consumer would hardly notice. Jim Tucker of the court-killed Spotlight magazine years ago wrote "establishing the principle that the UN can directly tax citizens of the world is important to Bilderberg. It is another giant step toward world government. Bilderbergers know that publicly promoting a UN tax on all people on Earth would meet with outrage. But they are patient; it first proposed a direct world tax years ago and celebrates the fact that it is now in the public dialogue with little public attention or concern."

Bilderberg wants "tax harmonization" so high-tax countries could compete with more tax-friendly nations-including the United States-for foreign investment. They would "harmonize" taxes by forcing the rate in the United States and other countries to rise so that socialist Sweden's 58-percent level would be "competitive."


The ideas being discussed, if implemented, will bring all the people of the world into a global neighbourhood managed by a world-wide bureaucracy, under the direct authority of a minute handful of appointed individuals, and policed by thousands of individuals, paid by accredited NGOs, certified to support a belief system, which to many people - is unbelievable and unacceptable.


Dennis Ross, Richard N. Perle, and company are itching to "transfer"-- translation: to ethnically cleanse -- as many Palestinians from the West Bank and Gaza as possible. "Israel should have exploited the repression of the demonstrations in China, when world attention focused on that country, to carry out mass expulsions among the Arabs of the territories," former Prime Minister Netanyahu told students at Bar-Ilan University in 1989. The residents of the European Community may be clueless about the intentions of Zionists toward the Palestinians, but in Israel, to my astonishment, ethnic cleansing is a popular subject of discussion. Fifty percent or more of Israelis think ethnic cleansing is a good idea. This from a nation that supposedly remembers the Holocaust. Fiction, is indeed stranger than the truth.

# bella ciao - AIPAC has been given the go ahead to replace the U.S. congress - satire. But mighty close to truth. [grabbe]

# mdraughn Windypundit - Google + Keyhole = Google Earth - last October, Google bought Keyhole Corporation. I paid for a one-year subscription. Now they're renaming Keyhole to "Google Earth", and have added lots of features. The neatest is the building database, that allows you to see the skyline of 39 cities, including New York, DC, Boston, and Chicago. To get it yourself, you need to download and pay for Keyhole, and wait for a "Google Earth" beta announcement to be mailed to you. Oh, it only works on Windows 2000 and XP, so Linux users are SOL. Of course, Microsoft is planning to embrace and extend. [google]

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