Monday, March 21, 2011


German Chancellor Angela Merkel refused to take part in the no-fly zone over Libya.

On 25 February 2011, it was reported that Merkel "sternly rebuked the Israeli prime minister ... in an unusually fractious telephone call... Netanyahu had done nothing to advance the peace process, Merkel said... Germany voted for a UN security council resolution condemning settlements that was vetoed by the US." (Merkel rebukes Israeli PM Netanyahu for failing to advance peace ... )

On 16 March 2011, Angela Merkel narrowly escaped a helicopter crash while travelling to attend an election rally. (German Chancellor escapes chopper crash)

Minutes after dropping Merkel off in Oldenburg, the helicopter got into difficulty.

At an altitude of about 1,600 metres, both rotors of the Superpuma 332 chopper broke down.

The helicopter fell from the sky.

A few metrers from the ground, the pilots managed to restart the engines.

German authorities are investigating how both rotors of the helicopter broke down simultaneously.

It was a brand new helicopter taken into the service of the federal police in December 2010.

Germany is the main trading partner in Europe for both Russia and China.

(BBC News - Merkel leads huge German delegation to Russia and China / German Business Moves Beyond Russia to China -

On 20 March 2011, in Libya, a three month old baby was buried.

The baby was a victim of Obama, Sarkozy and Cameron. (Libya: Gaddafi regime buries its dead )

At least 64 people are reported to have been killed so far (20 March) (Venezuelan president condemns Western-led bombardment of Libya )

Libya: MI6 warns: oppose Gaddafi or die



su said...

it was my first thought when i saw the headlines.

what i want to know is why is non one taking out the evil bastards?

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Computer bug.

The only connection between the engines is the computer fly-by-wire system.

There are always several back-up systems that automatically kick-in when a fault with computer, in theory you'd barely notice anything.

In theory.

There's a wire stop-system at the end of all mil runways, same as aircraft carrier, this because it's quiet normal for all systems and back-up to fail in the cold damp of Europe and the pilots have to do an emergency-stop as the plane refuses to leave the runway! Remember, they'll have full tanks and probably fully bombed, too.

The pilots only start breathing when several thousand feet up, any problem usually would have shown up before this. But it's quiet normal to arrive safely back home to be told you were on the last back-up.

So it's not proven there was an assassination attempt on Merkel. More like a simple fault, one that happens all the time.

As an ex-pilot (non-mil) I can tell you ALL pilots take a deep breath on a safe landing.

Flying is dangerous.

Anonymous said...

I had exactly the same thought
(remember some days before the G8 was against a non fly zone).
but how did they get china und russia to not veto the security council resolution ?

Reminded me of UKIP MEP Nigel Farage Plane Crash accident on Election day 2010

for 'insulting' EU President Herman van Rompuy

mondo said...

US Army 'kill team' in Afghanistan posed with photos of murdered civilians
Commanders in Afghanistan are bracing themselves for possible riots and public fury triggered by the publication of "trophy" photographs of US soldiers posing with the dead bodies of defenseless Afghan civilians they killed.

Senior officials at Nato's International Security Assistance Force in Kabul have compared the pictures published by the German news weekly Der Spiegel to the images of US soldiers abusing prisoners in Abu Ghraib in Iraq which sparked waves of anti-US protests around the world.

Anonymous said...

Anon said...

I've added the Guardian link. Many thanks to all.

- Aangirfan

su said...

'On Feb. 18, Germany did something unthinkable. It voted in favor of a U.N. Security Council resolution calling the Israeli settlements in occupied Palestinian territory illegal and demanding the immediate halt of all settlement activity.

The resolution did not pass — the United States, the only one of the Security Council’s 15 members to vote against it, vetoed it. That did not stop the German vote from opening a serious rift between Germany and Israel.'
Webmaster's Commentary:

And today German Chancellor Angela Merkel's helicopter almost crashes when both rotors fail simultaneously!
What Really Happened.

What a co-incidence. Two up you's to israhell and her heli nearly crashes.

Anonymous said...

cia david "sorcha faal" booth take on the incident:

Anonymous said...

I do think this too was suspicious, like convenient and retroactive vengeance.

German archive building collapses

.. even though the archive predated the royal reign of the International Socialists (INAZ) with Prescott Bush, Henry Ford and the likes.

Penny said...

hey aangirfan!

good job on that one. I had heard this bit of news reported on WRH, it does seem oddly coincidental.

Merkel may want to watch her back, her front, her sides and over her head..

Hell she might just want to watch the ground she walks on.

Scott Abbott said...

I proudly supported Chancellor Merkel in the non-fly pact. America has become far too violent and needs to back down. Although it is possible that someone might read this and be upset Chancellor Angela Merkel and Priminister Vladimir Putin made the best choice. Madam Chancellor if you read this as I doubt you will I will always support the federal government of Germany. As for you Americans that read this note that Germany and America are allies however Germany knows that her business is her own and America should learn this lesson as well.

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