Sunday, February 21, 2010

Sunday


A ZAKA armoured ambulance, by Shuki . Zaka is an Israeli organisation which helps out in emergencies. They were in Mumbai in 2008. They were in Haiti in 2010.

A Zaka team was in Mexico on 11 January 2010.

According to the ZAKA newsletter, "the ZAKA delegation managed to fly out with the Mexican air force delegation on Wednesday, 13 January... The speed of the operation meant that the ZAKA volunteers were the first Israeli delegation on the ground in Haiti." (Zaka Delegation Heads to Haiti Disaster Area - News Briefs ...)



"The BBC is the arm of MI6 and Voice Of America belongs to the CIA" (Iran police chief accuses Voice of America, BBC of being arms of CIA, MI6. / Iran accuses BBC of being arm of MI6)

Worker at Immigration/passport department issued passports to Mossad





Who are the people who appear to defend the 'fascists' who appear to run the security services?

Timothy Garton Ash mentions some of the Brits who appear to support the security services (We need judges to investigate our spies, not spies to berate our judges):

1. Kim Howells MP, chairman of the Commons intelligence and security committee,
2. Charles Moore of the Daily Telegraph, who attacks "our snug, smug judges".
3. Nick Cohen of the Observer.
4. Bruce Anderson, whose defence of torture in the Independent is headlined: "We not only have a right to use torture. We have a duty".




On 12 February 2010, it was reported that politicians 'interfered' in the Jersey child abuse inquiry

Graham Power was the police chief whose force was investigating child abuse and child murders in Jersey, in the UK.

He was suspended from duty in 2008.

A document written by Power declares that political pressure was put on police officers during the child abuse inquiry.

Power claims that politicians interfered with the police investigation and "closed ranks" with civil servants.

Schools churning out unemployable

Jakartass writes about the state of edookashun in Indonesia (Ujian Monyet )

"I can - and must - report that the practice English exam set by the Jakarta City Hall and sat by the city’s grade 9 students on 27th January – a matter of 50 reading comprehension and vocabulary questions, contained no less than 60 errors.

"Two questions have no right answer and another has two. These ranged through grammar, particularly tense errors, no capitalisation of names (and unnecessary capitalisation), punctuation, spelling and collocation."

France: bill for internet censorship.

Rip Alexander Haig, protector of the US constitution

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is how far they are trying to control the Net in France

http://arthurzbygniew.blogspot.com/2010/02/france-bill-for-internet-censorship-and.html

Anon said...

Many thanks.

I've added a link.

- Aangirfan

Anonymous said...

Cheers!

Alex

Anonymous said...

I just found this about Alexander Haig and thought you may be interested.

Take care.

Alex

http://arthurzbygniew.blogspot.com/2010/02/rip-alexander-haig-protector-of-us.html

Anon said...

Dear Alex,

I have added the fascinating Alexander Haig link.

Many thanks.

- Aangirfan

Anonymous said...

Cheers!

A.

 
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