Many voters are appalled by arrogant politicians with their snide remarks and pompous behavior. Nevertheless, Labor Party leader Ed Miliband of the United Kingdom, has a new campaign slogan to persuade the British to elect him as their next prime minister. It's not, "Yes, we can," but "Intellectual self-confidence sustains me."
According to he Daily Telegraph of London, "Ed Miliband has said he has “more intellectual self-confidence” than David Cameron. The Labour leader suggested that he has a better and clearer understanding of Britain’s needs and a sharper idea of how to govern than the Prime Minister."
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D.-Nv.) claims that Republicans who disagree with his views are "greased pigs." He hopes to win over the Islamist vote, since Islam forbids the practice of eating pork.
Fox News reports that, "Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says attempting to work with Republicans in Congress reminds him of “chasing one of these little pigs in a greased pig contest” -- because the lawmakers always “scamper” away from compromises."
A few years ago, President Barack Obama signed up the United States to become a member of the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHCR). According to UNHCR mandates, all American inventors seeking patents must apply through the Geneva-based World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO) and that includes patents for new weapons technology. Francis Gurry has been appointed chairman of WIPO.
According to Fox News, "These have included Gurry’s decision to transfer sensitive computer technology to North Korea and Iran in 2012 without notifying the U.N., which maintains sanctions against the regimes ; other Gurry decisions last year to open new offices for his organization in Russia and China without member-states’ approval; and charges from a top WIPO official that Gurry ordered break-ins of the offices of his own staffers in 2008 to seek DNA . Gurry has denied the charges as “without foundation.”
Looking for a hip and trendy place to go for summer vacation? Apparently, many tourists are flocking to a CIA weapons facility at Camp Stanley near San Antonio.
The Houston Chronicle reports that, "Camp Stanley, a low-profile military weapons storage facility in northwest Bexar County, is home to one of the CIA's most mysterious weapons and explosives stockpiles, according to documents recently released by a retired CIA official who lives in San Antonio."
President Barry Obama believes that the best way to sanction Russia is by forbidding them from investing in the United States of America. It's called the "sanctions boomerang," where you can punish Russia by punishing the American economy.
The Houston Chronicle reports that, "The United States is planning to use an anti-tax-evasion law to punish Russia for its actions in Ukraine, a tactic that could prove to be more costly than sanctions. The law was passed in 2010, long before the crisis in Ukraine. But it could become a powerful economic weapon."
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry attended an African summit in Addis Adaba, Ethiopia and gave a history lecture to over 100 diplomats in attendance. He said African history can best be described as "revenge and resentment." He instructed African leaders to abandon their history to embrace "democracy."
According to the Houston Chronicle, "This is up to the will of the people, and the will of leaders," Kerry told about 100 diplomats and local activists gathered at an environmentally friendly tukul hut atop a hilltop in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital. "We need to make certain that we grab the choice that seizes the future, and we need to refuse to be dragged back into the past." He added: "I have absolutely no doubt that this could be an inflection point for the new Africa, a time and a place where Africans bend the arc of history toward reform, and not retribution; toward peace and prosperity, not revenge and resentment."
U.S. immigration foes in Arizona are calling for President Barack Obama to say, "adios" to a scheduled natural gas pipeline that would flow into Mexico.
The Houston Chronicle reports that, "A proposed route for a southern Arizona pipeline to take natural gas to Mexico is being criticized as damaging to the desert environment and opening a new route for smugglers and immigrants illegally entering the country."
Russian President Vladimir Putin is playing chess while President Barack Obama is watching 'My Little Pony' cartoons when it comes to the 'Game of Troll Wars.' Let's cite an example of the quality of trolling between Putin trolls and Obama trolls.
An Obama troll is making the rounds saying, "I wish she (US Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D.-Tx.)) would run for the office of the Presidency and could and would win! You all just about died when President Obama won. A black woman would split all your racist hairs."
In an exclusive interview with the Dallas Blog, J. Ross Stewart, a senior contracts administrator for Concurrent Technologies Corp., a Defense industry company based in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, called Vietnam an "emerging ally," should the US decide to wage war against China by "doubling down on its Pivot to Asia strategy."
The Washington Post reports that, "The arrangement highlights the Pentagon's ties with Commonwealth Research and its corporate parent, Concurrent Technologies, which has in recent years received hundreds of millions of dollars in grants and contracts from the military and more than $100 million in earmarks from powerful lawmakers. Concurrent, also registered as a charity, reported more than $248 million in revenue for fiscal 2006. In a report last year, the firm said it was among the Defense Department's top 200 contractors, with a focus on intelligence, surveillance, force readiness and advanced materials."
Written in the broken English of a native Russian speaker, but many Ukrainian citizens living in Odessa have Russian as their mother tongue.
The objective of this atrocity? Like any other false flag we've heard about lately whether the chemical attack on East Gouta in Syria or the leaked tape of Turkish defense ministers/intel operatives planning to attack their own men at the Suleyman Shah tomb and blame it on Assad -- to either start or widen a war.