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The UN Decides a Universal Ban on Revisionism

Robert FAURISSON                                                                          17 November 2005

 
http://www.adelaideinstitute.org/Dissenters1/Faurisson/holocaust.htm


On November 1st, unanimously and without a vote, the representatives of the 191 nations making up the UN adopted — or let be adopted — an Israeli-drafted resolution proclaiming January 27th “International Day of Commemoration in memory of the victims of the Holocaust”.

Moreover, the resolution “Rejects any denial of the Holocaust as an historical event, either in full or part”.

Paper money disappearing in Sweden

Translated from a Finnish article, which in turn has been written off "Dagens Nyheter", a Swedish publication.

 

Sweden is threatened by acute lack of cash. The Swedish workers' union for transporters stopped all shipments on Thursday because of continued robberies. The union demands police protection for their deliveries.

The banks have requested people to use cards. Also big department stores recommend their customers to pay with cards.

The banks wish to remind that cash withdrawals should be avoided.

"This is not only because of yesterday's robbery. This is a continuous matter of security. If your bank card is stolen, you can always secure your money by shutting down the card. . Stolen cash is gone forever", the deputy PR chief of Handelsbanken, Johan Lagerström, says in Dagens Nyheter magasine.

On Friday noon the banks had not yet seen signs about hoarding cash.. Many banks have however made preparations for the weekend because of the stopped shipments of cash. In addition, bank card requests will be processed faster than usual. "We shall process the requests for cards all weekend. A card requested today will be ready by Monday", promises Lagerström.

Masked robbers blew up a Securitas (company) cash delivery vehicle in Stora Höga on Thursday, north from Göteborg city and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.

Over 30 cash shipments have been robbed on either roads or from security companies' warehouses in Sweden this year.

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ADL's New 'Hate Bill' The Death Knell For Talk Radio

From: Roland

To All,

I hope this finds you well and in good spirit.

To those who do not know me I should like to say.., I am anything but a defeatist. With that said and as much as I appreciate the post below from Jack McLamb.., I see calling, faxing, or whatever to the CON-gress-critters as an utter waste of time.

The U. S. CON-gress and all its attending offices down through the states and to the local levels are already wittingly or UNwittingly a part of the NWOdor agenda/scheme.

EU To Apply 'Hate' Speech Laws To The Internet

http://www.rense.com/general67/whatm.htm

Comment From Richard Niemela

The following message shows that the European Union, like Canada, has succumbed to talmudic interferences...both cannot act or react as formerly Christian regions, as Zionists have so corrupted the Secular leadership of these two former Christian areas that Christianity is now the obvious Enemy.

They have seen to it that their Media takes no enemies so to speak, as the Media can only project issues favorable to Zionism. And to prove it, they will legally punish anyone who even mentions the word "Jew"...in any manner...For only Jews can speak of and about Jews. This legally means that they have engineered Laws to favor and protect their demands.

Such twisted logic is not unique, for our blinded and duped Congress just passed laws that are similar and inhibit the same thing from among Americans...taking away our free speech...or our First Amendment Rights.

Since we still have our 2nd Amendment, and all of the acoutrements that are attached and associated with it, we must now use the 2nd Amendment rights to protect and insure the survivablity of the First. Such was the reason and intent of the 2nd.

A reaction that simply means we may have to use arms to insure that the First is secure and inviolate Otherwise, we, too, will succumb to the wiles of the Talmudists, who now see the conclusion to their Protocols about to be closed and they win...and get to set up the long sought goal of their Talmud: World Dominion.

I believe that Jefferson had something to say about this, something like this: "Liberty must and can only result from sacrifice, for it takes the blood of both patriot and tyrant alike to preserve liberty."

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EU unveils plan to log all electronic, phone communication

 

EU unveils plan to log all electronic, phone communication

ABC News Australia | September 21 2005

 

The European Commission has adopted proposals to log details of all telephone, Internet, and e-mail traffic, to combat terrorism and serious crime.

Police to Check Bags on NYC Subways

To All,

MORE police-state.

"They" are "conditioning" society [i. e. "1984"/ "Brave New World"] to accept armed military [eventually foreign troops that will fire on us] "policing" as the "norm".

Who would possibly want to live in that kind of INSANE world? You? Your children? Your grandchildren? It is our watch. "Petitioning" and "voting" [in a completely controlled and rigged system for a "lesser of two evils"] has been proven to NOT work.

Time is running out. One more "event" and almost assuredly we will see martial law and gun confiscation. Then what will you do? Cry in your beer?

ENFORCE "THE PLAN" and hold these perpetrators [government] responsible NOW before it is too late.

http://www.i.am/jah/plan.htm It is the ONLY solution/remedy that will work.

LLTF, Roland

 

Police to Check Bags on NYC Subways
http://apnews.myway.com//article/20050721/D8BG0V601.html

Jul 21, 5:11 PM (ET)

By SARA KUGLER


NEW YORK (AP) - Police will begin random searches of bags and packages carried by people entering city subways, officials announced Thursday after a new series of bomb attacks in London. Passengers carrying bags will be selected at random before they pass through turnstiles, and those who refuse to be searched won't be allowed to ride, Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said. "We just live in a world where, sadly, these kinds of security measures are necessary," Mayor Michael Bloomberg said. "Are they intrusive? Yes, a little bit. But we are trying to find that right balance." The announcement drew complaints from civil liberties advocates in a city where an estimated 4.5 million passengers ride the subway on an average weekday. The system has more than 468 subway stations - most with multiple entrances - and the flood of commuters hurrying in and out of stations during rush hour can be overwhelming.

Kelly stressed that officers posted at subway entrances would not engage in racial profiling, and that passengers are free to "turn around and leave." He also downplayed the possibility of bottlenecks at subway entrances. Officials declined to specify how frequently the checks would occur. The inspections are scheduled to be in place by rush hour on Friday. Authorities said bus and commuter train passengers will also be checked. William K. Williams, a 56-year-old Manhattan resident who rides the train every day, said such security measures - while inconvenient - are a way of life now. "It doesn't bother me - I mean, the whole state of things bothers me - but it's just part and parcel of the world we live in," said Williams, who was carrying a briefcase outside the Brooklyn Bridge station of the subway. Similar types of random searches of subway passengers have prompted criticism from civil liberties groups in other cities, and in some cases have been challenged in court. The New York Civil Liberties Union said the searches violate basic rights and will inconvenience New Yorkers, but the group stopped short of threatening a legal challenge. "The NYPD can and should investigate any suspicious activity, but the Fourth Amendment prohibits police from conducting searches where there is no suspicion of criminal activity," executive director Donna Lieberman said. Kelly said passengers selected for searches will be approached by officers, who will ask them what they are carrying, and request them to open their bags. If an officer looking for explosives finds some other form of contraband, police said that person would be subject to arrest. Andrew Morris, a 57-year-old New Yorker who had a large bag slung over his shoulder Thursday, said he would consent to a search if asked, but added that the extra security measures are essentially useless. "I think these terrorists go where it's easiest to go, so if you make it hard on the subway, they'll go where we're weak," Morris said. Williams predicted the new searches would frustrate New Yorkers, not exactly known for their patience. "Sometimes you need to get to an appointment, you're running late and a cop stops you to delay you even further? That's going to create a mess," he said. In Boston, additional police officers were added at downtown subway stations after the latest round of London explosions, and Gov. Mitt Romney boarded a subway to reassure residents that the city's transit system is safe.

Copyright 2005 Associated Press. All right reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

 

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Waco: The New World Order Experiment

REMEMBER WACO! DAY ONE, FEB 28, 1993
http://www.apfn.org/apfn/wacopg.htm
http://disc.server.com/discussion.cgi?disc=149495;article=76648;title=APFN

WACO: THE NEW WORLD ORDER EXPERIMENT!!

By Raymond Ronald Karczewski

This afternoon I picked up the video Tape, "WACO, Rules of Engagement" at my local video rental store. Anita and I watched it for the first time.

Being a former law enforcement officer (Retired Sergeant with a California Bay Area Police Department), I was ashamed of what I saw.

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George Orwell Meets the Matrix

by Maureen Farrell

http://www.buzzflash.com/farrell/04/07/far04025.html

"We appear to be edging towards an era of 'mind control' -- a time when human brains might be manipulated routinely by highly sophisticated technology." -- Nicholas Regush, ABC News, Sept 5, 2001 http://www.abcnews.go.com/sections/living/SecondOpinion/secondopinion010905.html

(As the above article has disappeared from the ABC website, go to http://www.archive.org and paste the following address into the "Wayback Machine" to see the original article: http://www.abcnews.go.com/sections/living/SecondOpinion/secondopinion010905.html
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"I've spoken about this at academic conferences. I find that the first reaction people have is, maybe, disbelief. But if I talk for two minutes, suddenly they begin to turn somber and say, 'This is the scariest thing I have ever seen.'" – University of Kansas research professor Jerome Dobson, on technology that could make George Orwell's "Big brother nightmare...look amateurish,"
Kansas City Star, March 7, 2003
http://www.kansascity.com/mld/kansascity/news/local/5334820.htm  - requires free subscription
http://www.WantToKnow.info/030307kansascitystar - no subscription required

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On July 19, Denzel Washington appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman to discuss his role in the Manchurian Candidate. Saying that his character and others are carted off to be "manipulated" after being attacked during Desert Storm, Washington addressed the real-life implications behind this fictional drama:

Can you trust your computer?



by Richard Stallman




Who should your computer take its orders from? Most people think their computers should obey them, not obey someone else. With a plan they call "trusted computing", large media corporations (including the movie companies and record companies), together with computer companies such as Microsoft and Intel, are planning to make your computer obey them instead of you. (Microsoft's version of this scheme is called "Palladium".) Proprietary programs have included malicious features before, but this plan would make it universal.

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