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PostPosted: Fri Nov 04, 2011 5:06 pm 
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The time has arrived where we must understand the realities of the dark forces amongst us.

Nov 4, 5:57 AM EDT

Japan's new crisis: radioactive waste disposal

http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/A/ ... 4-05-57-45

The disaster...killed nearly 20,000 people along Japan's northeastern coastline

JAPAN SHOOTS SELF IN FOOT TRYING TO BUILD OWN NUKES

SUPERPOWER BOMBS SECRET REACTOR IN NORTH-EAST JAPAN

Unexpected results: earthquake and tsunami

Expected cover story: Earthquake! Tsunami! Not Us!!


4 November 2011 Last updated at 04:29 ET

Ulster Bank writes off £1bn in loans

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-15589282

Ulster, which is part of the taxpayer-owned Royal Bank of Scotland Group, has been heavily affected by the property crash in Ireland, north [>] and south.

All major banks in Northern Ireland have been badly affected by the property crash.

Earlier this week Northern Bank revealed that it had written off £196m in the first nine months of 2011 - more than twice the £89.4m figure for last year.


4 November 2011 Last updated at 05:51 ET

Commerzbank reports loss after Greek debt writedown

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-15590163

The bank - which is 25%-owned by the German government - took a 798m-euro hit on its Greek assets.

As part of the deal agreed by politicians in Brussels last month, banks will have to accept losses of 50% on their holdings from Greece and banks will also have to take on more capital to protect themselves from any future defaults.

GREEDY-GUT PAINS


In developing world, poor still means thin: study

Fri Nov 4, 2011 5:48am GMT

http://af.reuters.com/article/topNews/i ... 04?sp=true

there has also been a large social [class] divide noted within developing nations, with wealthier, better-educated people becoming heavier while the poor stay thin, sometimes dangerously so.


Western Democracy: A Farce And A Sham

by Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

November 3, 2011

http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php? ... &aid=27447

Every day that passes adds to the fraudulent image of what is called Western democracy.

Consider that the entire Western world is outraged that the Greek prime minister announced that he is going to permit the Greek people to decide their own fate instead of having it decided for them by a handful of banksters, politicians, and bureaucrats living it up at taxpayer expense at “talks” in the French resort of Cannes on the Mediterranean.

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Whatever the outcome, keep in mind that the entire Western political and investor world was shocked that a politician, instead of simply imposing a back room deal, said he would let the people decide. Letting the people decide is a no-no in Western democracies.


SOMEONE NOTICED.

THANK YOU, PAUL


Message of Felicitation of the Esteemed Amir-ul-Momineen on the Occasion of Eid-ul-Odha

Friday, 04 November 2011 12:31

http://alemara1.com/english/index.php?o ... s&Itemid=4

They [IEA Mujahideen] have pushed the most materially advanced and arrogant power of the world to the verge of collapse with Allah’s Divine Help.

Thousands of their troops have been killed and maimed while others face permanent disabilities and mental disorders, compelling their people to rise up in opposition and take to the streets.

The American and Western people have no further taste for extending the Afghan war and seeing their soldiers return in coffins!!

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One point which is quite painful for every one is that of civilian casualties, generally caused in fighting.

>> As far as the enemy is concerned, they have veritably come here for the purpose of killing and torment << but

the Mujahideen have to take every step to protect the lives and wealth of ordinary people in accordance with their religious responsibility.

The common folk must also facilitate Mujahideen in averting civilian losses and sufferings. They should avoid moving in close proximity to Americans that patrol in villages and countryside and should actively put to practice the precautionary measures announced by Mujahideen so no harm will reach them during the impending attacks of the invaders.

As far as...[civilian casualties] is pertaining to Mujahideen then they should ward off future civilian casualties by vigorously implementing the following stipulations:

[1] All the [IEA] provincial governors should core in on [pay close attention to] civilian casualties and make it a point of focus to stop the name of Taliban being falsely utilized against victims in warning letters and phone calls.

[2] Routine investigations should be carried out in their related areas. [Muslim] Scholars should be employed every now and then to preach protection of civilian life, wealth and honor to Mujahideen and promote virtue. All those civilian casualties which are caused or are believed to be caused by Mujahideen should be reported to the superiors.

[3] If civilian casualties are caused in IED strikes, martyrdom attacks and other operations but the Mujahideen of the area repudiate these allegations while all testimonials and evidence point otherwise then all the suspects should be forwarded to the legal offices.

[4] If it is irrefutably proven that the blood of innocent Muslims is spilled by the negligence of Mujahideen then a penalty should be implemented in accordance with Shariah after extensive investigation and all steps should be taken to seek the pardon and pleasure of the inheritors and affectee.

[5] If the same officials persist in their neglectfulness in relation to civilian casualties then more Islamic penalties should be handed out in addition to his termination from post.

[6] Related office and the Cultural Commission should also acquire information from various
sources regarding civilian casualties caused by Mujahideen or unknown persons and forward them in written form to the acting authority every so often.


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