TAKE NOTE -TAKE CARE

.   YET AGAIN I CAN ONLY SAY THANK YOU MR GOD.AND MY STATS HAVE GONE THROUGH THE ROOF ESPECIALLY SPAIN AND IT IS ALL DOWN TO YOU AS YOU HAVE SAID IN THE PAST THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS BAD PUBLICITY.PLEASE KEEP IT UP.Oh as the saying goes it takes one to know one,so what does that say about you . Late,s face it your credentials on past performance are -well it is a subject to be discussed in september .6 years on how time flies. Herald among many did an obituary, still 20 september would be the appropriate time to bring it all up in detail.

we have missed you italk fm.one week and nothing.

No ,no, credit where credit is due, we have missed you a whole week without a comment .mr G. seems to have been replaced by a far more sinister character ” MY BLOG SPY”OOOOOOO I NEARLY SHIT MYSELF WHEN I saw this, ¡¡LAUGHING!! come on Maurice you read my blog, I KNOW. YOU MIGHT SAY i AM VERY APPT. AT FINDING OUT.

No you do not read it, you have all these characters doing it for you ,is that not called multi person disorder,plus bipolar and dyslexia?

Still poor old MR G. 6 years and he has got the old heave ho by the far more scary ,music, roll of drums- !B L O G  S P Y ¡. No nice to have you back. Mobo I HAVE MISSED YOU ,Sort of like one would miss a frontal lobotomy!(ask my mate Jack cuckoo).

Below is subject matter that you misguidedly believe I ignore, not true they have been commented on more than once on my blog, but I am repeating these comments for your benefit as you obviously missed them first time around .

Native Americans 100 million slaughtered by migrants entering the country without permission. 20 times the jewish holocaust. I HAVE MENTIONED THIS SEVERAL TIMES HERE AND ON FACEBOOK .You now mention it on your blog well done ,good man!

Ireland that is both North and south,native Irish( born in IRELAND faith catholic)slaughtered,TRANSPORTED,USED AS SLAVES,INDENTURED BY THE BRITISH.MADE HOMELESS BY THE BRITISH .Then their homes given ,sold to migrants from europe into the north protestants from scotland were brought, also migrants came from many parts of europe poland,latvia bulgeria ,romania, jewish migrants escaping from the genocide.TO BECOME ILLEGAL SETTLERS IN IRELAND.Though they were few in comparison to the natives.

Gibraltar by the English as stated on this blog gibraltar is part of Spain give it back.IF YOU OFFER ENOUGH MONEY TO THE GIBRALTARIANS, AND THEY GET TO RETAIN THE PROPERTY THEY HAVE THEY WILL BE ACCEPTABLE TO THE MOTHER COUNTRY REGAINING SOVEREIGNTY MAYBE GIB CAN BE AN AUTOMICAL REGION OF SPAIN?

Or is it only Israel that matters in your Eyes?THIS IS YOUR FINAL QUESTION.Simple to answer Israel does not matter, Palestine does ,Israel is the rogue state which has systematically destroyed  palestinian villages, raised them to the ground put ZIONIST JEWISH SETTLERS (ILLEGAL) IN, BUILD HOMES FOR THESE SETTLERS DESTROYED THE PALESTINIANS WIPED OFF THE FACE OF THE EARTH.They have not yet finished the genocide but they are working on it by creating the largest concentration camp in the world  ,to do this they have built a wall around GAZA. BIGGER , LONGER HIGHER THAN ANY OTHER.

BUT THE WORLD INCLUDING THE U S A ,HAVE BEGUN TO SAY, NO, ENOUGH,IF ISRAEL DOES NOT BECOME COMPLIANT THE U S A WILL PULL THEIR FUNDING 4.1 BILLION per year STOPPED .FROM RICH MAN TO BEGGAR MAN THEY ARE ALREADY THE THIEF.

IT WILL HAPPEN PALESTINE WILL BE FREE AND THE JEWS (NOT THE ZIONIST JEWS) WILL HAVE THEIR STATE AND PALESTINE THEIRS THE TIME LORDS WILL MAKE IT HAPPEN . IT REALLY IS ONLY A MATTER OF TIME.

RE your constant comparisons with regards the greater evil of muslims in general and Israels final solution, two wrongs do not make a right. Both need to be dealt with not just one ,think on this, Israel have nuclear weapons,illegal nuclear weapons . modern best equipped military in the world, one can only draw the comparison of the I D F TO BEING THEIR SS GESTAPO. Their politicians are on a mission to eradicate ,wipe the Palestinians off the face of the earth.They have stated this many times.

man and womans inhumanity to humans must stop  before it is too late .

once again Iowe you a debt of gratitude .thanks to you not a word cut or pasted,it is all down to you .

Jeremy Corbyn labour party leader in Britain.

  I RECEIVED THIS EMAIL yesterday HIS ELECTION TO LABOUR PARTY LEADER SEEMS TO HAVE THE RIGHT -THE TORIES RUNNING SCARED. Ireally do not understand if jeremy is such an old school , commie,(their words not mine)firstly why did he get such ab overwelming majority of the votes , secondly if he is as bad as the tories make him out to be they should be over the moon that he got in.

They are not though this vote of confiedence from the people shows how fed up people are with the tory lies ,the blairite new labour brigade(that took us to war over a stock pile of weapons that did not exist.)the liberals sold their soul to the devil and now they are well and truly outcasts.

Jeremy has a dream,  HONEST ,COMPASSIONATE Politics. For the people,all the people,not just the favoured few.HERE IS HIS EMAIL TO ME

Hello,

It is a deep honour to be elected as the Labour Party’s new Leader. The honour is not about holding office — it is about the opportunity to serve you in the fight to get a better government for our country.

I want to pay tribute to Andy, Yvette and Liz. As the last few weeks have shown, each of them cares passionately about the Labour party and its values and has made a fantastic contribution to it.

The Labour Party is the joint endeavour of each and every one of us that believe in fairness, equality and social justice. If you share these values then I want to use your talents to make us stronger, and I want to represent you.

So, help me be your representative. When I stand at the despatch box for Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday, I want to be your voice.

What do you want to ask David Cameron? Tell me now and I will put your questions to him in parliament. My questions will be your questions.

Let’s hold this government to account together with straight-talking, honest politics.Thank you for your commitment to building a better future. I look forward to working with you.

Best wishes,

 

Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn is the leader of the Labour Party. A few short months ago such a statement would have provoked laughter. At the start of the leadership contest, Corbyn was merely an addition to the debate – a token relic of the old left serving only to inject a little heart into the conversation. In the end, he was the debate. Labour members have made their decision and it seems the power of principle has prevailed over the principle of power.

The leadership election raised an important question about the shape of the Labour Party. Today, we have received a definitive answer: Labour is once again a left wing alternative. We are not clamouring for the elusive middle ground. We are not attempting to beat the Conservatives at their own game. We want to offer a new argument. We want to offer an alternative.

Those that believe in the underlying aims of the Labour Party must now support our chosen man. The need for compromise and unity is more vital than ever. The left and the right of the Labour party must embrace the inviolable and often shunned political principle of sacrifice. We have to overcome the internal battles if we are to stand any change of survival, let alone victory. The important battles, lest we forget, lie ahead.

THE HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF AL QAEDA,USA ISRAEL AND BRITAIN .

THE HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF AL QAEDA

1. The US has supported Al Qaeda and its affiliated organizations for almost half a century since the heyday of the Soviet Afghan war. 

2. CIA training camps were set up in Pakistan.  In the ten year period from 1982 to 1992, some 35,000 jihadists from 43 Islamic countries were recruited by the CIA to fight in the Afghan jihad.

“Advertisements, paid for from CIA funds, were placed in newspapers and newsletters around the world offering inducements and motivations to join the Jihad.”

3. Since the Reagan Administration, Washington has supported the Islamic terror network.

Ronald Reagan called the terrorists “freedom fighters”. The US supplied weapons to the Islamic brigades.  It was all for “a good cause”: fighting the Soviet Union and regime change, leading to the demise of a secular government in Afghanistan.

Ronald Reagan meets Afghan Mujahideen Commanders at the White House in 1985 (Reagan Archives)

4. Jihadist textbooks  were  published by the University of Nebraska. “. “The United States spent millions of dollars to supply Afghan schoolchildren with textbooks filled with violent images and militant Islamic teachings”

5. Osama bin Laden, America’s bogyman and founder of Al Qaeda was recruited by the CIA in 1979 at the very outset of the US sponsored jihadist war against Afghanistan . He was 22 years old and was trained in a CIA sponsored guerilla training camp.

Al Qaeda was not behind the 9/11 Attacks. September 11, 2001 provided a justification for waging a war against Afghanistan on the grounds that Afghanistan was a state sponsor of terrorism, supportive of Al Qaeda. The 9/11 attacks were instrumental in the formulation of the “Global War on Terrorism”.

THE ISLAMIC STATE (ISIL)

6. The Islamic State (ISIL) was originally an Al Qaeda affiliated entity created by US intelligence with the support of Britain’s MI6, Israel’s Mossad, Pakistan’s Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Saudi Arabia’s General Intelligence Presidency (GIP), Ri’āsat Al-Istikhbārāt Al-’Āmah ( رئاسة الاستخبارات العامة‎).

China unlikely to join Obama's anti-ISIS coalition: Report

7. The ISIL brigades were involved in the US-NATO supported insurgency in Syria directed against the government of  Bashar al Assad.

8.  NATO and the Turkish High Command were responsible for the recruitment of ISIL and Al Nusrah mercenaries from the outset of the Syrian insurgency in March 2011. According to Israeli intelligence sources, this initiative consisted in:

“a campaign to enlist thousands of Muslim volunteers in Middle East countries and the Muslim world to fight alongside the Syrian rebels. The Turkish army would house these volunteers, train them and secure their passage into Syria. (DEBKAfile, NATO to give rebels anti-tank weapons, August 14, 2011.)

9.There are Western Special Forces and Western intelligence operatives within the ranks of the ISIL. British Special Forces and MI6 have been involved in training jihadist rebels in Syria.

10. Western military specialists on contract to the Pentagon have trained the terrorists in the use of chemical weapons.

“The United States and some European allies are using defense contractors to train Syrian rebels on how to secure chemical weapons stockpiles in Syria, a senior U.S. official and several senior diplomats told CNN Sunday. ( CNN Report, December 9, 2012)

11. The ISIL’s practice of beheadings is part of the US sponsored terrorist training programsimplemented in Saudi Arabia and Qatar.

12. Recruited by America’s ally, a large number of ISIL mercenaries are convicted criminals released from Saudi prisons on condition they join the ISIL.Saudi death row inmates were recruited to join the terror brigades. 

13. Israel  has supported  the ISIL and Al Nusrah brigades out of the Golan Heights.

Jihadist fighters have met Israeli IDF officers as well as Prime Minister Netanyahu. The IDF top brass tacitly acknowledges that “global jihad elements inside Syria” [ISIL and Al Nusrah] are supported by Israel. See  image below:

“Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Defence Minister Moshe Ya’alon next to a wounded mercenary, Israeli military field hospital at the occupied Golan Heights’ border with Syria, 18 February 2014″

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SYRIA AND IRAQ

14 The ISIL are the foot soldiers  of the Western military alliance. Their unspoken mandate is to wreck havoc and destruction in Syria and Iraq, acting on behalf of their US sponsors.

15. US Senator John McCain has met up with jihadist terrorist leaders in Syria. (see picture right)

16  The Islamic State (IS) militia, which is currently the alleged target of  a US-NATO bombing campaign under a “counter-terrorism” mandate, continues to be supported covertly by the US.  Washington and its allies continue to provide military aid to the Islamic State.

17. US and allied bombings are not targeting the ISIL, they are bombing the economic infrastructure of Iraq and Syria including factories and oil refineries.

18.  The IS caliphate project is part of a longstanding US foreign policy agenda to carve up Iraq and Syria into separate territories: A Sunni Islamist Caliphate, an Arab Shia Republic, a Republic of Kurdistan.

THE GLOBAL WAR ON TERRORISM (GWOT)

19. “The Global War on Terrorism” (GWOT) is presented as a “Clash of Civilizations”, a war between competing values and religions, when in reality it is an outright war of conquest, guided by strategic and economic objectives.

20 U.S. sponsored Al Qaeda terror brigades (covertly supported by Western intelligence) have been deployed in Mali, Niger, Nigeria, the Central African Republic, Somalia and Yemen.

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America’s “War on Terrorism” By Mchel Chossudovsky

These various affiliated Al Qaeda entities in the Middle East, sub-Saharan Africa  and Asia are CIA sponsored “intelligence assets”. They are used by Washington to wreck havoc,  create internal conflicts and destabilize sovereign countries.

21 Boko Haram in Nigeria, Al Shabab in Somalia, the Libya Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) (supported by NATO in 2011),  Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM),  Jemaah Islamiah (JI) in Indonesia,  among other Al Qaeda affiliated groups are supported covertly by Western intelligence.

22. The US is also supporting Al Qaeda affiliated terrorist organizations in the Xinjiang Uighur autonomous region of China. The underlying objective is to trigger political instability in Western China.

Chinese jihadists are reported to have received “terrorist training” from the Islamic State “in order to conduct attacks in China”. The declared objective of these Chinese-based jihadist entities (which serves the interests of the US)  is to establish a Islamic caliphate extending into Western China.  (Michel Chossudovsky, America’s War on Terrorism, Global Research, Montreal, 2005, Chapter 2).

HOMEGROWN TERRORISTS

23 The Terrorists R Us:  While the US is the unspoken architect of the Islamic State,  Obama’s holy mandate is to protect America against ISIL attacks.

24 The homegrown terrorist threat is a fabrication.  It is promoted by Western governments and the media with a view to repealing civil liberties and installing a police state. The terror attacks by alleged jihadists and terror warnings are invariably staged events. They are used to create an atmosphere of fear and intimidation.

In turn, the arrests, trials and sentences of “Islamic terrorists” sustain the legitimacy of America’s Homeland Security State and law enforcement apparatus, which has become increasingly militarized.

The ultimate objective is to instill in the minds of millions of Americans that the enemy is real and the U.S. Administration will protect the lives of its citizens.

25.  The “counter-terrorism” campaign against the Islamic State has contributed to the demonization of Muslims, who in the eyes of Western public opinion are increasingly  associated with the jihadists.

26  Anybody who dares to question the validity of the “Global War on Terrorism” is branded a terrorist and subjected to the anti-terrorist laws.

The ultimate objective of the “Global War on Terrorism” is to subdue the citizens, totally depoliticize social life in America, prevent people from thinking and conceptualizing, from analyzing facts and challenging the legitimacy of the inquisitorial social order which rules America.

The Obama Administration has imposed a diabolical consensus with the support of its allies, not to mention the complicit role of the United Nations Security Council.  The Western media has embraced the consensus; it has described the Islamic State as an independent entity, an outside enemy which threatens the Western World.

Inspirational Quotes for You

“When you smoke the herb, it reveals you to yourself.” —Bob Marley / Musician, Activist

WELL THIS COMMENT YOU WOULD EXPECT FROM SUCH AS HIM.

“Make the most you can of the Indian Hemp seed and sow it everywhere.” —George Washington / 1st U.S. President

DID YOU KNOW GEORGE WAS AN ADVOCATE OF WEED?

“The mind is everything. What you think you become, smoke open your mind relax—Buddha

Buddists seem to be the most sensible of all religions

“The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you experience cannabis.”—Mark Twain / Writer

one tends to agee with Mark

“When I was a kid, I inhaled frequently cannabis, that was the point!”—Barack Obama / President of the United States of America

you are not shocked are you;I thought not

“Is marijuana addictive? Yes, in the sense that most of the really pleasant things in life are worth endlessly repeating.”—Richard Neville / Writer

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Watching This Powerful Short Video Will Change Your View Of Death Forever

If I recall back to times when people or animals in my life have died, I feel this odd sense of hurt, and even more strongly, a sense of fear, that I have to accept the reality that I will never be able to see them again. If I express this feeling to others they tell me “that’s life, accept it.” In those moments I realize how difficult it is for our culture to truly understand and accept death.

My fear of death began when I was much younger, after I first thought about having to live a life I didn’t enjoy, for many many years, only to die at the end. This was likely due to the fact that I was doing something I didn’t enjoy and saw so many around me doing the same. I just thought, “Well I guess this is life.” Luckily I found out that wasn’t the case and that we could choose to step off the beaten path and do things we love.

But still today, even after having had many spiritual experiences, having heard hundreds of stories about near-death experiences, and recalling what I believe to be past lives – even after many discussions about the afterlife and things people have seen – I still battle with a fear of death. It’s so contrary to everything I believe and everything I feel I know to be true, yet the ounce of possibility that we slip into “nothingness” forever scares me.

Nonetheless, watching the way our society responds to and deals with (or rather, fails to deal with) death has always suggested to me an opportunity for advancement. I think we could really grow mentally and spiritually if we addressed our avoidance of anything to do with death. Even our funeral rituals seem odd to me – we go stand around a lifeless body, supposedly to celebrate one’s life, and instead lament their passing and the effect that will have on our own lives. Rarely do we truly celebrate a life well lived.

If we knew what happened after death would our view on death change? Are we innately meant to be destroyed on the inside when someone dies? Is it possible for humans to feel sadness at someone’s death yet still be happy and accepting about what took place? In essence, can our view of death change? I believe it can.

Allan Watts On Death

Probably one of the most powerful thoughts Watts drops in this video is this: ”We live in a culture where it has been rubbed into us in every conceivable way that to die is a terrible thing. And that is a tremendous disease from which our culture in particular suffers.”

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America just admitted that cannabis DOES kill cancer cells

Conspiracy theorists(hear that mobo) have been saying it all along – but cannabis does apparently kill cancer cells.

That’s according to the US government, which has added a page on the use of cannabis and cannabinoids to their official cancer advice website.

The National Cancer Institute, part of America’s Department of Health, now advises that ‘cannabinoids may be useful in treating the side effects of cancer and cancer treatment’ by smoking, eating it in baked products, drinking herbal teas or even spraying it under the tongue.

The site also lists other uses including: Anti-inflammatory activity, blocking cell growth, preventing the growth of blood vessels that supply tumours, antiviral activity and relieving muscle spasms caused by multiple sclerosis.

The information page also explains how cancer cells in mice were killed when exposed to cannabis.

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Several scientific studies have suggested this in the past, and in April this year the US government’s National Institute on Drug Abuse revised their publications to suggest cannabis could shrink brain tumours by killing off cancer cells.

There are now two FDA approved medications for cancer patients available in the US which contain cannabinoids.

In the UK THC is in prescribed drug Sativex but is not yet considered useful on a wider basis for medical purposes.

But now America has said it, perhaps Britain may follow suit soon.

From Iraq to Libya and Syria: The wars that come back to haunt us World View: Tony Blair is still pilloried for the decisions he took over Iraq. David Cameron should not escape blame for his role in conflicts that are still raging

Few recall that David Cameron led Britain into one war in Libya that overthrew Gaddafi, but was disastrous for most Libyans. Without this conflict, the drowned bodies of would-be emigrants to Europe would not be washing up in their hundreds on Libyan beaches. To get the full flavour of what went wrong, it is worth watching a YouTube clip of Cameron grandstanding on a balcony in Benghazi on 15 September 2011, as he lauds Libya’s new freedom. Then turn to almost any recent film of Benghazi or Tripoli showing militias battling in streets and buildings shattered by shellfire.

Another scene worth revisiting via YouTube is the House of Commons on 29 August 2013, when Cameron lost the vote which would have opened the door to British military intervention in Syria. Ostensibly this was in response to the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian government in Damascus, but would have had an effect only if it had turned into a Libyan-type air campaign to overthrow President Bashar al-Assad. There is every reason to believe that al-Qaeda-type movements would have filled the vacuum and Syria would have descended even deeper into anarchy.

Reports that IS is getting weaker in Iraq is wishful thinking as shown by its capture of most of Ramadi (AP)Reports that IS is getting weaker in Iraq is wishful thinking as shown by its capture of most of Ramadi (AP)

What is striking here is not so much that Cameron never seemed to have much idea about what was going on in Libya or Syria as the degree to which his culpability has never been an issue. Contrast this with the way in which Tony Blair is still pilloried for the decisions he took over going to war in Iraq in 2003. Focus on the decisions taken in the lead-up to the invasion has become a national obsession in which Blair is a scapegoat, as if most of the British establishment and popular opinion did not support him at the time. Admittedly this support was partly the result of concocted evidence about Saddam Hussein’s non-existent WMD, but there is something absurd about the fact that it is almost impossible these days to meet a diplomat or a general who does not claim to have been deeply, if silently, opposed to the whole venture at the time.

A problem about this obsession with the events of 2002 and 2003 is that they have led to amnesia about what happened subsequently in Iraq and Afghanistan. Even the mourning for soldiers killed in these two wars treats them as if they were victims of a natural catastrophe rather casualties in conflicts which were the result of political decision-making. This is deeply convenient for the governments responsible since they don’t have to answer too many questions about their war aims and why they failed to achieve them.

It was at this very moment that the British Army, supported by Tony Blair and the government, decided that it might be better – and possibly safer – to show support for US foreign policy in Afghanistan rather than Iraq. Unfortunately, it was decided to demonstrate this solidarity in Helmand province, where the British military presence largely provoked a war with local Afghans in which 453 British military personnel were killed, 247 had limbs amputated and £40bn was spent to no particular end. It has always seemed to me that too much attention is given to the decision to join the invasion of Iraq in 2003 and not enough to who was responsible for subsequent policies in Iraq and Afghanistan that were based on self-serving fantasies and could only end in frustration and defeat.

British governments have got away with these self-inflicted disasters by not thinking about them very much and hoping that nobody else does. The bias against admitting that anything went wrong has even taken the extreme form of not analysing and learning lessons from past mistakes by closing down or marginalising research facilities. A curious feature of covering these wars in the Middle East since 9/11 is how many British journalists and how few diplomats and soldiers have covered these conflicts for 10 or 20 years. The failings of short-term deployment are well known but nothing much seems to be done. Well into the Iraq war a friend at the Foreign Office found that “my knowledge of Arabic and Farsi definitely held back my career as a diplomat”. Military officers leaving Helmand have similarly found that knowledge gained on the battlefield is at a discount.

In Yemen, al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has seized its own airport and most of a province (AP)In Yemen, al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) has seized its own airport and most of a province (AP)

The fact that Cameron suffered such little damage from his brushes with Middle East wars in Libya and Syria is indicative of a general sense that we are well out of it. True, British aircraft are carrying out strikes against Islamic State (Isis) in Iraq, but this is a largely symbolic involvement, as a glance at a list of airstrikes carried out by the RAF in March shows. The strikes are few in number and may involve eliminating a single bunker or vehicle. Given that Isis covers an area the size of Great Britain, this not an impressive record.

The Conservative government escapes blame for recent debacles in the Middle East because few in Britain want greater military involvement. But we cannot ignore the region because, while we may not go to the Middle East, the Middle East and its crises will come to us. The seven wars being fought in Muslim countries between Pakistan and north-east Nigeria are getting worse, not better. In all, seven al-Qaeda type movements are getting stronger. In Yemen last week, al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) seized its own airport and most of a province. In Iraq and Syria, reports that Isis is getting weaker are wishful thinking as shown by its capture of most of Ramadi, the capital of Anbar province.

Politicians may not talk about it, but these conflicts are bound to affect Britain because some jihadis will ask themselves why they should go all the way to Syria and Iraq to wage jihad when they can more easily do it at home. Attention-grabbing atrocities against targets such as Lee Rigby or Charlie Hebdo are impossible to foresee or to prevent, whatever the degree of domestic security.

The US and Europe may think they can safely retreat to the sidelines of wars in the Middle East that they have either provoked, prolonged or made no effort to stop, but they will inevitably find out that they are wrong.