Sunday, August 26, 2012


Stephen Alan "Steve" Wynn (Weinberg)

Prince Harry stayed at the Wynn Hotel.

The drinks were courtesy of billionaire Steve Wynn, who owns the Wynn hotel.

According to a police report:

"The strong inference that can be drawn from the new intelligence is that Stephen Wynn... has been operating under the aegis of the Genovese family since he first went to Las Vegas in the 1960s to become a stockholder in the New Frontier Casino.

"It must be said that some of the data supporting this view, taken on its own, is not conclusive. However, the connections are so numerous and significant that it would be impossible to accept coincidence as a reasonable explanation.

"It has been alleged by a confidential informant that Wynn's late father, Michael Wynn formerly Weinberg, ran his bingo parlour in Maryland under the auspices of Anthony 'Fat Tony' Selerno, then a member and now one of the ruling triumvirate of the Genovese family."

- Detective Chief Inspector Sparks and Detective Constable Summers of the Criminal Investigation Department of New Scotland Yard in a September 9, 1983 Special Report to their Superintendent regarding the fitness of Steve Wynn for a license to operate a proposed casino in Great Britain.

Rick Porrello's - 

On February 25, 2004, Kenny Wynn, brother of Stephen, was served with a search warrant at his home in connection with a child pornography investigation.

Rick Porrello's -

Prince Charles ignored official advice to accept an invitation to stay in Sin City with crooner and “friend to the Mob” Frank Sinatra. VEGAS LURED PRINCE CHARLES TOO

Recently, Tom Inskip, best friend of Prince Harry, was driving along the freeway in California in a convertible sports car.

He was stark naked

Tom Inskip works in the City.

His father, Owen Inskip, made a fortune from various businesses, "including ‘managing’ thousands of council homes for local authorities..."

Tom Inskip is believed to have been in the group that accompanied Harry to Las Vegas late in 2011 after a week of military training in California.

The group spent three days partying and gambling in Vegas.

Another close friend of Prince harry is Arthur Landon, whose father, Brigadier Tim Landon, was an arms dealer in oil-rich Oman.

Before flying to Vegas, Harry, Landon, Inskip and model Cressida Bonas had a "wild tequilla-fuelled week on Richard Branson’s private island of Necker in the British Virgin Islands".

Landon's suitcase contained "storm-trooper costumes, a gas mask and what appeared to be a purple bong - a device that can be used for smoking drugs".

"Ampleforth- educated Mr Landon posted another picture on Facebook of one of their group, who was wearing a pair of Bermuda shorts similar to those worn in Vegas by Prince Harry, apparently passed out in the sand, captioned: ‘The perfect start.’"

The drinks were courtesy of billionaire Steve Wynn, who owns the Wynn hotel.

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Algiers Casbah posted to Flickr as joyful street by jam-L

The Islamic terrorists in Algeria secretly work for the spooks.

The following is taken from an article entitled: The Ugly Truth about Algeria

(The article is by John R. Schindler, professor of national-security affairs at the U.S. Naval War College. He is a former counterintelligence officer with the National Security Agency.)

The official story is straightforward.

Two decades ago, Algeria's military-led junta ...cancelled a democratic election...

U.S. Army Africa's commanding general meets with Algerian military and government leaders in Algiers, Algeria, in 2010. Website for this image

By 1993, the supremely violent Armed Islamic Group (GIA) emerged as 'the implacable foe of the regime'...

GIA was the creation of Algeria's military intelligence service the DRS.

The aim was to discredit foes of the regime.

(Compare with the UK security services 'running the IRA', and the CIA 'running Al Qaeda'. Reportedly, French intelligence also helped run the terrorist GIA  - Aangirfan)

Street-Working Algerian Kids (1910)
By postaletrice

The GIA conducted brutal attacks not just in Algeria but in Europe as well, including a wave of bombings in Paris in the summer of 1995, remembered by terrorism gurus as Al Qaeda’s first attacks on the West...

In 2006, Al Qaeda brought these Algerian mujahidin into its ranks, renaming the local franchise Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM)...

The French killed many Algerians. Over a million Algerians died between 1954 and 1962.

So, the Islamist GIA was the creation of the DRS, Algeria's military intelligence service...

Much of  the GIA’s leadership consisted of DRS agents, who drove the group into the dead end of mass murder, a ruthless tactic that thoroughly discredited GIA Islamists among nearly all Algerians.

Most of its major operations were the handiwork of the DRS, including the 1995 wave of bombings in France.

Some of the most notorious massacres of civilians were perpetrated by military special units masquerading as mujahidin, or by GIA squads under DRS control...

The Algerian security service DRS may also control al Qaeda in Algeria...

Algeria’s neighbors... reject the idea that extremists can be combated only by... the United States...

Mali’s head of state security, who is charged with keeping Algerian mujahidin out of his country, told the press in June 2009 that “at the heart of local Al Qaeda (AQIM) is the Algerian security service, the DRS.” Shortly thereafter, he was shot dead at home by “unknown gunmen.”

U.S. interest in the North African Sahel has only grown in recent years, roughly in tandem with the alleged rise of AQIM (the local al qaeda) in the region.

It is no coincidence that the U.S. Army is aligning a combat brigade with U.S. Africa Command and the Pentagon’s interest in the region is rising fast...

While most Algerians want an end to... the corrupt military elite that has run the country since France left in 1962, few pine for any sort of Islamist dictatorship...

 Mid-May parliamentary elections resulted in a surprising win for the junta... but infighting among the elite may undo the system...

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By ookami_dou

The New Zealand Listener reported on the links between the French security services and the 'Islamic terrorists' in Algeria.

'In recent years, firm evidence has begun to emerge from Algerian military sources and leading academics that the dreaded GIA has been – perhaps from the outset and certainly under Zitouni's bloody leadership – a dummy, or 'screen' organisation managed by French/Algerian counter-intelligence.'

Reportedly, the Algerian military, disguised as terrorists, were barbaric.

In February 2001, 'The Dirty War', by Habib Souaidia, a former Algerian army officer, was published.

It tells of the part played by the Algerian army in the killing of tens of thousands of Algerians.

Habib writes:"I have seen colleagues burn alive a 15-year-old child.

"I have seen soldiers disguising themselves as terrorists and massacring civilians.

"I have seen colonels kill mere suspects in cold blood.

"I have seen officers torture fundamentalists to death...."

U.S. Army Africa's commanding general meets with Algerian military and government leaders in Algiers, Algeria

The United States has built a huge military surveillance base at Tamanrasset in Algeria.

US forces are training the Algerian military.

Washington wants to provide Algiers with pilot-less drone planes.

This military base is a result of agreements signed between Washington and Algiers for oil industry development.

In addition, the United States has worked to include Algeria in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), and considers this North African country one of its most important allies outside of NATO.


Car bomb in Libya, summer 2012. Website for this image

Libya is not safe for business.

"Nobody is coming back here: it's not safe," says a German engineer living in an almost empty gated compound designed for foreign business executives.

(Libya's promised reconstruction bonanza fails to materialise - The Guardian -  26 August 2012)

Rebels celebrate after seizing control of the Zawiyah oil refinery in Libya. Photograph: Bob Strong/Reuters

The UK's ambassador to Libya, Sir Dominic Asquith, has "spoken vehemently of his surprise and disappointment at British firms' slow response to the business opportunities".

In May 2012, oil company Shell said it was abandoning its wells and stopping exploration in Libya. 

Pumps supplier Weir Group, which had been involved in a multimillion-pound power plant refurbishment inMisrata, has so far refused to return to Libya. 

Oil services firm Wood Group compares Libya to Iraq.

(Libya's promised reconstruction bonanza fails to materialise - The Guardian -  26 August 2012) 

Libya is now a land of concentration camps and al Qaeda bases.

 There have been car bombs this month in Tripoli.

Tribal fighting continues. 

Western diplomatic missions have been attacked.

 According to Jonathan Terry of risk consultancy Maplecroft: "A string of assassinations... and attacks on western targets have sent a worrying message." 

In Libya, a new cabinet has yet to be formed. 

Libya is being looted. Website for this image

In Libya's stock market there is almost zero activity.

The UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office advises against "all but essential travel" to Libya. 

US bakery chain Cinnabon is the only foreign-owned fast food franchise to open in Tripoli in 12 months. 

(Libya's promised reconstruction bonanza fails to materialise - The Guardian -  26 August 2012)

Torture is now widespread in Libya. Website for this image

Saturday, August 25, 2012


The Arab Spring: organised by the CIA, NATO and Mossad.

Damien Thompson writes:

"Is a new and shocking wave of anti-Semitism engulfing the Middle East and the developing world?

Radical Islam revives an ancient hatred - (blog)‎

"Consider the following: 

"More than half the Jews in Iraq have been driven out of the country; those that remain are forced to pay a fine or leave their homes. 

"Some are forced to marry Muslims.

"In Syria, towns and villages where Jews have lived for centuries are now almost entirely Muslim; these communities have fled to safer parts of the country, where they hope to escape an anti-Semitic massacre.

"In Egypt, the new regime is surreptitiously encouraging attacks on synagogues; the Jews, despised for their supposed wealth, fear that the “Arab spring” is about to release centuries of pent-up anti-Semitic hatred.

"In Nigeria, Jews have been attacked and killed while studying scripture. In Bangladesh, Jewish children are being forced into madrassas. 

"In Pakistan, the body of an 11-year-old Jewish boy was discovered this week; he’d been tortured to death and his lips sliced off.

"You won’t have heard about this atrocious persecution. 

"That’s because - forgive me - I’ve played one of the oldest tricks in the journalist’s book. 

"For Jews, read Christians. 

"For anti-Semitic, read anti-Christian. 

"For synagogues read churches...

25 Christians were killed in Egypt in October 2012. Photo: EPA/KHALED ELFIQI

"The fall of Mubarak means that it’s open season on Copts. 

"Those who can afford to do so may follow the example of Palestinian and Lebanese Christians and emigrate. 

"A key statistic: 100 years ago, the Levant was 20 per cent Christian; now the figure is 5 per cent.

"The British government, despite prodding by the heroic Lord Alton, is doing a good imitation of not giving a stuff about any of this...

"There’s a real chance that all traces of Christianity will disappear from the very place where St Paul was knocked off his horse and blinded by a vision of the risen Christ..."

Continued here: Radical Islam revives an ancient hatred - (blog)‎

The US and European governments are not Christian.

Most of the media is not Christian.

If Jews were being attacked, Obama would take immediate action.

Damien Thompson.

Paul Ryan, Maria Callas and the splendour of custard

The magic drains away from social media

Where Mormonism meets Scientology


Cartoon: Petar Pismestrovic, Kleine Zeitung, Austria.

"Judged as a whole, the eurozone does not have a solvency problem. 

"The International Monetary Fund projects that net government borrowing in the eurozone countries next year will be 2.7 per cent of gross domestic product. 

"The US and the UK both project to have deficits of more than 6 per cent, and yet their debt is not under attack on the markets. 

"The money exists within Europe to make the crisis go away."

- John Authers  in the Financial Times, 24 August 2012.

The Long View: Seasonal reflections on the eurozone


Source: IMF WEO Database 

"Mitt Romney admits to using Chinese slave labor at Bain"

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"When I was back in my private equity days, we went to China to buy a factory there. It employed about 20,000 people. And they were almost all young women between the ages of about 18 and 22 or 23. They were saving for potentially becoming married.

"And they work in these huge factories, they made various uh, small appliances. And uh, as we were walking through this facility, seeing them work, the number of hours they worked per day, the pitance they earned, living in dormitories with uh, with little bathrooms at the end of maybe 10, 10 room, rooms. And the rooms they have 12 girls per room.

"Three bunk beds on top of each other. You've seen, you've seen them? (Oh...yeah, yeah!) And, and, and around this factory was a fence, a huge fence with barbed wire and guard towers. And, and, we said gosh! I can't believe that you, you know, keep these girls in! They said, no, no, no. This is to keep other people from coming in.

"Because people want so badly to come work in this factory that we have to keep them out. Or they will just come in here and start working and, and try and get compensated. So we, this is to keep people out. And they said, actually Chinese New Year as the girls go home, sometimes they decide they've saved enough money and they don't come back to the factory.

"And he said, so, on the weekend after Chinese New Year there will be a line of people hundreds long, outside the factory, hoping that some girls haven't come back. And they can come to the factory. And, and so as we were experiencing this for the first time, going to see a factory like this in China some years ago.

"The Bain Partner I was with turned to me and said, you know, 95% of life is settled if you are born in America. This is uh, this is an amazing land and what we have is unique and fortunately it is so special we are sharing it with the world."


Children are happy when they encounter a mysterious garden full of odd-looking trees and interesting creatures.

Much better than the predictable play area in a municipal park.

Tourists are happy when they come across an 'undiscovered' city, with exotic buildings and friendly natives.

Much better than the boring resorts to which travel companies like to send us.

In life there should be an element of serendipity.

(Although we should avoid extremes)

At New Scientist, Catherine de Lange suggests that we get out of the groove.

She writes that "an emerging body of research suggests that chance is a vastly underappreciated ingredient in human happiness."

Aangirfan researched the Nevada hotel occupied by Prince Harry.

In the days that followed, adverts for horrid hotels in Nevada popped up on the pages we looked at on Facebook, Flickr, YouTube etc.

Nevada is the ultimate boring, nasty resort.

Catherine de Lange points out that "recommender systems are algorithms that use your purchases, likes and browsing history, as well as those of other people, to work out what future purchases you might be interested in."

The big corporations want to remove 'serendipity' from our lives.

They want us to be predictable, "always going to the same bar on a Friday night, for example."

They want us to be an automatons, with no free will.

They argue that taking the uncertainty out of life is "a good strategy for happiness".

But, uncertainty can sometimes be a good thing.

When God plays golf, he does not always want to get a hole in one.

That would not be any fun.

Catherine de Lange points out that there is "a phenomenon psychologists call the pleasure paradox: we want to understand the world, but that understanding can rob us of the pleasure we get from unexpected events."

Try something new. Explore somewhere new.

Adding an element of chance can "boost our mood in the day-to-day".

The big corporations want us to get our news and for our purchases only from them.

They want us to live in a "filter bubble".

According to Danah Boyd, of Microsoft Research in Cambridge, Massachussetts, 'We've lost the recognition that connecting to people whose world views are fundamentally different is important.'

According to Catherine de Lange, "She traces that to a shift in attitude around 2005 when, she says, media focus on online predators led to 'a moral panic around stranger danger'."

"One of the most important things is letting your kids embrace serendipity," says Boyd. "That's what it used to mean to get on your bike and go out to wherever. We have lost that."

Over the past few years, the Pew Research Center in Washington DC has found that fewer US teens are riding bikes...

It's time to boycott the news and products from the big corporations.

No more Disney, no more McDonald's, no more Coke, no more BBC...

We need to demonstrate that we have free will.

Friday, August 24, 2012


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On 24 August 2012, anti-Morsi protests hit Egypt.

"Violence in Tahrir flared when witnesses heard shots.

24 August 2012 - Anti-Morsi protests. Website for this image

"The Health Ministry reported five people wounded in Tahrir, the state news agency said. 

"The agency also reported a doctor at a temporary clinic in Tahrir said he treated four people including three with gunshot wounds who were taken to hospital nearby. 

"Police set up a cordon around the presidential palace to protect it from protesters gathered there."


Photo: EPA

Thousands of anti-Morsi protesters gather outside presidential palace

1. Egypt is not going to become close friends with Iran.

Restoring Egyptian Relations With Iran Improbable Now - Egyptian Presidency

"The return of diplomatic representation between Egypt and Iran following this coming visit is 'improbable at this stage', Egyptian presidential spokesman Ali said in a statement."

2. Egypt's president is going to remain close to the CIA.


3. Egypt's president is in no position to fight off an attack by Israel, even if Israel is still plotting to seize the Sinai.

'Egypt affirms commitment to Israel peace treaty'

Morsi and his boss.

4. Egypt's president needs Chinese money, but he is not going to ally with China.

Egypt's president is to visit China.

"Next week, Egypt's Islamist president, Mohamed Morsi, will visit China at the invitation of President Hu Jintao. He will seek investments there...

"China has not fared particularly well in the so-called Arab Spring." 

China has lost billions of dollars in energy sector investments in Libya.

China, unlike Egypt, supports Assad in Syria.

"Beijing will have no qualms about Morsi's increasing limitations on press freedoms, restrictions on freedom of speech, constraints on women's rights or the ill treatment of minorities. At the same time, China is flush with cash, and Egypt will again be ripe for foreign investment when and if security is reestablished..."

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Pre election poll, Egypt. May 4-10, 2012, Univ of Maryland Poll

36% Abul Fotouh moderate Islamist
28% Moussa Independent
14% Shafiq Last PM under Mubarak
8% Morsi Muslim Brotherhood
8% Sabahi Nasarist Dignity Party

By election day, the only two candidates left on the ballot were Shafiq and Morsi. Turnout was weak, less than 20% by estimate, and Morsi won. He was tied for last on May 12 and won by the time voting finished.

There's a name for this sequence of ballot removals, election fraud. Morsi represents 10% of the electorate.

He is an outright fraud. "Election Fraud in Egypt" 


Website for this image. Scarred by online porn: Number of children ringing ChildLine after seeing hardcore images on internet soars to 50 a month.

Allegedly, 'Fifty Shades of Grey' is child porn, and is loved by a large number of women.

Reportedly, 'Fifty Shades of Grey' is very boring and very badly written.

Reportedly, many people who bought the book gave up after a few pages.

Fifty Shades of Grey is a novel by British author E. L. James.

The novel concerns the relationship between 'a college graduate', Anastasia Steele, and a young business magnate, Christian Grey. 

The book is all about bondage, sadism and masochism.

Thanks to lots of publicity by the Kosher Nostra, the book has set the record as the fastest-selling paperback of all time.

At the Ulsterman, on 16 August 2012, 'a reader' wrote about "Fifty Shades Of Grey - Pedophilia Hiding In Plain Sight."

Fifty Shades Of Grey – Pedophilia Hiding In Plain Sight.

Extracts from what the reader wrote:

Fifty Shades of Grey... has become so popular among women that some are referring to it as 'Mommy Porn'...

It is pedophilia. It is child porn. Kiddie porn...

It is a story of a girl being sexually molested, over and over again, by a male figure with all the power, all the control.

It is the classic abuse scenario. And mothers are, in some cases, quite literally getting off on it...

In the 1950s Nabokov wrote Lolita. For six months it was the number one bestseller in America. Nabokov liked girls, so long as they looked like boys. Lolita was the girl with the ‘puerile hips’, the girl wearing ‘shorts’. aangirfan: Nabokov, Lolita and Pale Fire

Extracts from what the reader wrote (continued):

My professional experience centers around nearly 20 years with Child Protective Services...

What is reported in the news is only a small sample of... the disgusting acts that are going on every day.

Kids are being raped. Kids are being abused. Every single day. Over and over and over again.

I didn’t seek out 50 Shades of Grey. It was brought to my attention by a longtime friend who is also a clinical psychologist at a university...

She said the book was about pedophilia... a story of a young woman engaging is a very graphic sexual relationship with a somewhat older man.

The problem for her... was that the narrator in the story, was in fact, an underage girl.

My friend indicated, based on the use of language in the narration, that this girl was likely no more than 12 or 13 years of age.

I made mention that the girl in the story was actually getting ready to graduate college...

I’ll try and summarize my friend’s words at this point as best I can.

"Sexual predators are cons... 50 Shades of Grey is a con... It is a story about abuse from beginning to end..."

The female character has no sexual experience. None.

She is given the age of 21, but that age is itself a cover.

Her true emotional age is much-much younger. She has never even masturbated. She has never even experienced an orgasm.

That alone is one of the greatest attractions to the pedophile. That is the psychology of that kind of act. You get off on taking purity...

Listen to how she talks. Again, she’s not talking like a young woman, she’s talking like a girl.

She talks about cartwheels, and skipping, over and over again it is the language and the imagery of a girl.

The abuser, the older man... tells the little girl how to speak. What to wear. What to eat.

'Fifty Shades Of Grey' movie to star 'Harry Potter''s Emma Watson

He is Daddy and she is daughter...

There is spanking and the use of Baby oil. Why baby oil? Think about it.

The girl wears pigtails...

I got the book, I sat down, and I read it.

The main character ... was a kid who had just had her first drink of alcohol...

The narration, which is the voice of the girl talking to the reader, was the voice of a little girl.

It’s unmistakable. There is very little emotional maturity and absolutely no sexual maturity...

The male character... makes a show of his money, his power, the things he can buy for her, but while this is going on, we are reading the thoughts of a child...

Remove the false age of the girl, which has no basis in reality, and what we are actually reading is the abuse of a little girl.

The main character... can’t operate a computer (but is supposedly a college graduate)... has her imaginary friend... is spanked and slathered in BABY OIL...

And beyond all of this evidence there is the fact that the male character is himself a product of sexual abuse at the hands of a pedophile...

The author ... puts out the theme of pedophilia openly, therefore hiding it in plain sight...

Take away the aspect of money, and the character of the abuser becomes much less attractive and therefore it would have been much more difficult to pull of the deception. Are women actually that shallow? Yes, we can be.

Fifty Shades Pedophilia Abuse Controversy Revisited
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