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#StopS2828 Why did the U.S. vote Nazi... again?




Why did the U.S. vote Nazi... again?


     If things were different I would prefer to write about Moral Neuroplasticity, something far different than Sam Harris's Moral Landscape which comes across more like an islamaphobic black hole than a topographical map of some budding scientific branch that studies morality.  I have my reasons, namely the growth of technology far surpasses our moral growth and in some cases (e.g. Wall St. and London's Gold Exchange), amoral decay, the logical thing to do at this point would be for everybody to meditate, what was it that the Dalai Lama said?   But there seem to be a "Warm War" brewing in the international spheres, the kind with all sorts of intrigue and inflammations, and I being an international gadfly am somewhat attracted to large piles of... well, you get the point.  Recently (November 21st), the U.N. had a vote regarding the Russian initiated resolution regarding the Non Proliferation of Nazism, and yes, there were 3 countries that voted against it - Ukraine, Canada and the U.S., and although it was the the first time for Ukraine, the U.S. had voted against the resolution every time it had come up for vote since 2003, even alone amongst the nations if need be.  It seems rather bipolar of Congress and US Policy if you consder that in earlier in November Russell Berman of the Atlantic wrote a piece entitled "Nothing Unites Congress Like Fighting Nazis", that opens with...

"There is still one group of people who can prompt the bitterly divided parties in Congress to spring into bipartisan action: Nazis...legislation to prevent suspected Nazi war criminals who were forced out of the U.S. from receiving Social Security checks."

Sorry, I put the wrong Greasley photo up.


     Perusing the internet for western media stories regarding the U.N. vote, I found one from Counterpunch that spoke of Canada, but made no mention of the U.S. voting no as well.  I found another by the National Post that did mention all three countries, but left out the juicy details regarding Canada that were mentioned in the Counterpunch article.  Other than a very short piece by the Daily Kos I saw very little (if any), western press regarding the vote until I ran across this Voice of America piece which attempted to clarify the very short explanation given by the U.S. at the UN during the vote...

"...concerned about the overt political motives that had driven the main sponsor (Russia), of the current resolution.  That Government had employed those phrases in the current crisis in Ukraine.  That was offensive and disrespectful to those who had suffered at the hands of Nazi regimes."

     I think the best analogy for average Americans that I can come up with regarding the events that have unfolded in Ukraine is imagine if the KKK were to team up with the Tea Party and the Koch Brothers and stage a massacre at one of their protests, and with the help and accusations of the Imperial Bikini Is. they then take over Washington D.C.  Shortly thereafter 2/3 of Americans lose their right to vote because they don't own land and probably some kind of civil war.  I'm sure some may not think that fits the bill, but that's why the U.S. constitution has free speech, isn't it?  The VOA article claims...

"The United States, which annually rejects the resolution for reasons including language that could be interpreted to limit free speech and assembly, this year also expressed “alarm” over Russia’s “recent efforts to vilify others by loosely using terms such as “Nazi or “Fascist.""

     Not sure if you all know this but some of the core kernels of the U.S. freedom of speech act were derived from the Brandenburg v. Ohio  (or KKK v. Ohio if you like), case of 1969 regarding "seditious speech".  In that landmark case the "clear and present danger" test was changed to the "imminent lawless action" test.  The difference was that seditious speech was no longer defined as: having a "tendency" to cause sedition or lawlessness, but rather: seditious speech is inciting or producing imminent lawless action.  Justice Abe Fortas was going to modify the clear and present test, but was removed from his post due to an ethics scandal, after which the test was changed by Justice Brennan.  Now maybe in cases like the one the year before (United States v. O'Brien) where a young man in 1968 protested the draft by burning his draft card, this new imminent lawless action test might have been more suited to the founder's implied nature of free speech than one involving a supporter of genocide, well, that's just the way it goes.  The simple fact is that now we protect the free speech and "peaceful" assemblies of Nazis in other "sovereign" nations, aside from what their constitution may say about free speech.  Not sure about you, but if that doesn't sound like a unicorn turning around to bite it's own ass only to find out it's hind end is of a dragon, I don't know what does.  The KKK of the U.S. in 1969 hereby lawfully assist the Nazis of Ukraine in 2014 with the protection of the very same nation that was central to ending the  Holocaust of WWII... which was engineered by the Nazis.  That makes perfect sense. 

The VOA also quotes Nina Khrushcheva (an associate professor of international affairs at New York’s New School),

“They absolutely care about their image. But this particular resolution is not going to really improve the image, because the image is bad.” She added, “You [can] condemn Nazism all you want - but what kind of Nazism are you condemning? And where exactly and who is exactly glorifying Nazis today?”

     First of all, what country doesn't care about their image... besides the U.S.?  Her next statement is a matter of opinion without some real evidence to back it, thankfully we all get those.  Thank you Nina for letting us condemn Nazism, because personally I don't support Nazis (the kind of Nazi that helped Hitler massacre Jews), nor do 133 other countries in the world (not including Germany but including Israel), according to the U.N. vote.  "And where exactly and who is exactly glorifying Nazis today?"  German Foreign Policy reports:

"...for example, in the Baltic nations. Regular commemoration honor parades for the Waffen SS, sponsored by their national Waffen SS veterans are organized in Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. In Latvia, one of the most recent marches was held last spring, with approx. 2,000 participants..."

"Riga's state-run Latvian "Occupation Museum" the Latvian Waffen SS militias are referred to as "freedom fighters" in the struggle against Moscow. Organizers of the Waffen SS memorial march are invited to schools to teach courses in "patriotism.""

"One of the party's (Latvia's All for Latvia), leaders had once declared that the Russian minority - nearly one quarter of the population - are "occupiers" or "illegal colonialists.""

"In Hungary...new memorials to the "Reich's Deputy" and Nazi collaborator Miklós Horthy, which have been inaugurated since 2012." & "changing the name "Freedom Square" to "Horthy Square," in April 2012" & "...in Gyömrö, near Budapest, a Horthy statue was erected in the village of Kereki" & Memorials in Hencida & Budapest & ""Hitler's Hungarian partner is being rehabilitated," wrote German press organs back in 2012".... and not to mention Croatia or Italy.

Sure, there's no Nazis in Ukraine either, definitely not in Kolomoysky's Nazi Azov Battalion by the name of Andriy Biletsky:

  • "The historical mission ... is to head and lead the White Peoples of the whole world in the last crusade for their existence. Crusade against Semite-led subhumanity."

The decorated leader  who was recently appointed to Ukrainian Parlaiment (which seems more like a WWF title fight than a political body), was mentioned by IFFConsulting's account on twitter: "With that patriot in the post of interior security : no more Russian traitors in the security department."  That's the same IFFConsulting that also supports the new Israeli Pipeline (or pipe dream if you stand for the sovereign rights of Palestine & Gaza (like Xi at the U.N.), to the Leviathan Gas field) to the EU that was recently proposed, no cognitive dissonance there.  If you have any doubts you can refer to the New York Times article (pointed out by Robert Parry of Consortium News & reiterated by newcoldwar.org), by Andrew Kramer on Aug. 9,2014 entitled 'Ukraine Strategy Bets on Restraint by Russia' that said...

"Officials in Kiev say the militias and the army coordinate their actions, but the militias, which count about 7,000 fighters, are angry and, at times, uncontrollable. One known as Azov, which took over the village of Marinka, flies a neo-Nazi symbol resembling a Swastika as its flag.

In pressing their advance, the fighters took their orders from a local army commander, rather than from Kiev. In the video of the attack, no restraint was evident. Gesturing toward a suspected pro-Russian position, one soldier screamed, “The bastards are right there!” Then he opened fire."


Here in the U.S. we had the German American Bund Society right up until the beginning of WWII...


     More recently the New York Times did a piece in Nov. 2011 entitled "Nazis Were Given ‘Safe Haven’ in U.S., Report Says" where, as you can imagine, is all kinds of gritty information on the secret U.S. deals done with Nazis after WWII, I just didn't know how long we'd been assisting Nazis.  The report makes for some fabulous light reading, but I don't want to take up too much of your time.  My point is simple, if the U.S. leaders are going to try to portray ISIS as an imminent threat, the least they could do is accept the reality that there are still Nazis, that they still hate Jews, Africans and Russians living in any country, and probably ISIS too.

   In regards to the U.S. reply to the U.N. about it's vote, it seems to infer that the main reason Russia is doing this is because of the current situation going on in Ukraine, but that is simply not the case.  Russia put forth a similar resolution to the U.N. in 2003, long before the events of Maiden 2014, proving that this resolution was not initiated due to recent Ukrainian events.  Russia has been "employing" those "phrases" for a quite some time now, and 113 other countries agreed, most of them for a while.  The US has stated other reasons in the past that made no mention of Ukraine, and in December of 2009 the U.S. was the only country in the U.N. to vote no, in fact the history of the vote is fascinating from a global perspective.  Carla Stea writes:

"On February 25, 2009, I asked the US State Department spokesman: “Robert, recently a commission was established on preventing genocide, co-chaired by William S. Cohen, Madeleine Albright with Stuart Eizenstat and Tom Pickering. And since there is a great interest in that, and it is extremely important; why did the United States vote against a resolution which was adopted recently at the General Assembly of the UN, on the inadmissibility of the glorification of Nazism, prohibiting the description of Nazi collaborators during World War II as national liberation movements? That’s Orwellian.”

Also of note is the fact that Germany and most of the EU abstained from voting claiming a variety of reasons that mostly state the resolution is too restrictive.  But German Foreign Policy also reported that in...

"early 2012, German organizations have been working - and intensively so, since 2013 - to incorporate the Svoboda Party and its affiliated forces into an anti-Russian alliance of organizations.  Svoboda honors the OUN and particularly its commander Stepan Bandera, who is very popular throughout West Ukraine. In 1941, Bandera's militias actively supported Nazi Germany in its attack on the Soviet Union. Svoboda also honors the "Ukrainian Partisan Army" (UPA), which, in the wake of the German war of extermination, had participated in mass murders of European Jews." "Had Germany and the other EU countries not refused to vote in favor of last Friday's UN resolution, they would - had they taken the document seriously - be facing serious conflicts with one another and with their close allies, e.g. their partners in Ukraine." 

     I did hear rumors that Euromaiden protesters were paid 200€/mos by German bank(s) to join the maiden protests, not to mention reports from Foreign Policy Journal that "US and EU Are Paying Ukrainian Rioters and Protesters", or how about USAToday reporting Antimaiden protesters were paid by the recently ousted Ukrainian government.  It seems that the average Ukrainian either has no real political beliefs other than "Kill the Russians!" v "Don't Kill me!" or is just extremely broke and bored... or both.  A friend of mine mentioned that Ukrainians are buying diesel from Germany... but paying cash up front, much like the Russians expecting payment for gas delivered before more is delivered to keep Ukraine warm through the winter.  

     To say there are no Nazis and that no one is supporting them is absolutely absurd.  What I feel is even more absurd is to assume that Jews would be angered by the resolution in the current context of Ukraine, but keeping in mind of course that the resolution has been around since 2003 making that line of logic seem out of context with the overall facts.  Ignoring the fact of the '03'-'14' history of the resolution while acknowledging Israel's Yes vote, one has to disagree with the statement given at the U.N. as one would commonly agree that Israel would be the water mark for such an opinion.

"That was offensive and disrespectful to those who had suffered at the hands of Nazi regimes."

     But for those that choose not to ignore history or the facts surrounding the current Ukraine situation and the Warm War it has birthed, the above statement is not only incorrect, but offensive and disrespectful to Jewish culture as it seems to champion the Holocaust defense while those who probably have more right than most to champion such a thing, in fact, disagree.  There is obviously more to this, and to ignore the facts that Russia is responsible (at least in part to the hatred expressed by the Bandera clans), due to things like Russian gulags and Stalinism which were as much a reality as the Holocaust, and to not have that acknowledged that in the resolution does make it seem disingenuous, and not just from a purely Ukrainian or Baltic point of view.  I would only suggest that instead of appearing to the rest of the world that your country defends the right to violent Nazi protests paid for by other governments (and it's own government), that the 4 or more Nations in question get together and change the resolution to include Stalinism.  It fails to make sense that in this day and age governments of most any nation in the world feel that  they have the right to point a moral finger at one another with examples like the Holocaust, GITMO, the Presido, QUARTZ, beheaddings, invasions of privacy for false flags, staged government coups and much much more, but here we are.  Reminds me of a saying I heard: If you are going to point your finger, remember there are three pointing back at you, and one up.




     In my view, the U.S., and the other nations that voted No (as well as the ones that voted to abstain), are in a state of Holocaust denial due to the denial of all acts of genocide, especially colonial/imperial acts such as what happened to the American Indian tribes, and then followed by such actions as the Navajo Relocation act designed by none other than Senator John McCain.  Wait!  I think I hear people in Crimea screaming over the sound of tanks coming from Russia... Oh, sorry, that was just the wind blowing through Senator McCain's war torn mind, who reminds me more and more of the boy who cried WOLF!

     Panopticons and children's stories of morality aside, there is more cause to think that the Warm War is heating up, gold is flying around (aside from the Crimean gold held by the Dutch), the world 1st class (as if MH17 never happened), from reserve banks like the New York Fed., back to their respective central banks.  Germany has asked for it's gold, Ukraine has missing gold (other than the gold held by the Dutch), that either went missing in March or in October depending on who you ask, and is either in Russia or the New York Fed depending on who you ask.  Gold is kind of hush hush you know?  The Dutch have asked for their gold, as well as the Swiss considering it, in fact, Ed Moy of Money News points out that...

"Finally, more countries are repatriating their gold. For them, an audit is not enough. They would like their gold back. Azerbaijan, Ecuador, Iran, Libya, Mexico, Romania and Venezuela is a short list of countries that have requests into their custodians to transfer some or all their gold back to their countries."

I watched a very interesting recording of George Soros speaking to the House Oversight Committee Hearing on Hedge Funds, and he stated:

"We are in the midst of the worst financial crisis since the 1930's... generated by the financial system itself.  First, Financial Markets don't reflect the underlying conditions accurately... it is an inherent characteristic of financial markets that they are prone to produce bubbles.  Third, controlling credit requires reactivating policy instruments which have fallen into disuse, notably, margin requirements and minimal capital requirements for banks.  Markets do have moods"

Soros also stated in the New York Review of Book that...

"There is now pressure from donors, whether in Europe or the US, to “bail in” the bondholders of Ukrainian sovereign debt, i.e., for bondholders to take losses on their investments as a precondition for further official assistance to Ukraine that would put more taxpayers’ money at risk. That would be an egregious error. The Ukrainian government strenuously opposes the proposal because it would put Ukraine into a technical default that would make it practically impossible for the private sector to refinance its debt."

Another statement in the above article also brings some commonly held suspicions about Geo-politics into light...

"Putin may then revert to the smaller victory that would still be within his reach: he could open by force a land route from Russia to Crimea and Transnistria before winter. Alternatively, he could simply sit back and await the economic and financial collapse of Ukraine. I suspect that he may be holding out the prospect of a grand bargain in which Russia would help the United States against ISIS—for instance by not supplying to Syria the S300 missiles it has promised, thus in effect preserving US air domination—and Russia would be allowed to have its way in the “near abroad,” as many of the nations adjoining Russia are called. What is worse, President Obama may accept such a deal."

     Soros warns central banks to reactivate the policy of having 1/5 of their assets at home to combat these "market bubbles", whereas Russia and other nations in the BRICS union have gotten together to form a new Global Development Bank to shelter themselves from the western bubble boys of Wall St. and London's Gold Exchange.  It seems to me and others (such as Noam Chomsky in his book Power Systems), that the IMF and BRICS are at odds, and if one noticed, that the day after BRICS Bank was formed MH17 went down and Israel ground invaded Gaza for gas, it would become even more obvious and sinister.  This doesn't look good for the Bubble Boys of Capitalism, BRICS may have a needle.

     Many believe that the more repatriation of gold that occurs around the world, the louder the whispers of war get.  I would assume that the recent letter sent to Putin from a group of Dutch intellectuals (motivated by such great intellectuals as Karel Von Wolferen, Professor Cees Hamelink), apologizing for MH17, Syria and Ukraine, would be evidence of such a suspicion.  I like to stick to cold hard facts though, e.g. S.2828 (up for vote on December 1st in Congress), which asks the President to impose 3 or more sanctions against Russia, even though as we all know that this kind of economic war deeply hurts the poor not just of Russia, consider the many other countries affected adversely by the sanctions already imposed.  Not to mention suspicious voter scripts in favor of the bill that sport a picture of Uncle Sam... pointing.  It urges voters to call Representative Marcy Kaptur (202-225-4146) to thank her for her support of Ukraine in Congress, not to mention catch phrases like "Act now to stop further Russian aggression against Ukraine!" or "We need 10 min of your time every day".  In the House of Representatives H. RES. 758, submitted by Kinzinger of Illinois, which asks to...

"call on the President to cooperate with United States allies and partners in Europe and other countries around the world to refuse to recognize the illegal annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation." and "to impose visa bans, targeted asset freezes, sectoral sanctions, and other measures on the Russian Federation" "To provide the Government of Ukraine with appropriate intelligence and other relevant information to assist the Government of Ukraine..." "calls on NATO allies and U.S. partners in Europe and other nations around the world to suspend all military cooperation with Russia, including prohibiting the sale of lethal and non-lethal military equipment;" "calls on the President and the United States Department of State to develop a strategy for multilateral coordination to produce, or otherwise procure and distribute news and information in the Russian language to countries with significant Russian-speaking populations which maximizes the use of existing platforms for content delivery such as the Voice of America Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL), Incorporated, leverages indigenous public-private partnerships for content production, and seeks in-kind contributions from regional state governments;"

     Well, I urge the American citizens to politely call up their President, Senators and Representatives and tell them, in plain English, that Free Speech is not to be used as a defense for Nazism or the KKK, and to apologize to the American people for using such an idea for such a thing.  I urge the American people to call them and tell them that you neither support the current administration's attitudes and policies on the Ukrainian/Russian Warm War or these two ill conceived bills.  In closing I would like to mention that my Grandfather was a Ukrainian Jew that migrated via Cuba to the US after WWI and served and died as US Army for the 11th Armored Div. under General Patton at the Battle of the Bulge.  For me this loss is a very dear price to pay to be safe from Nazis, I hope his sacrifice can be honored by the U.S. administration.  Further, I lived in Israel on a Kibbutz during the Yom Kippur War and I in no way support antisemitism any more that I do Zionism, and I would be extremely offended to hear such accusations considering the sacrifice and risks that I have already made for that country and it's people, with out even knowing it.

Some other articles I recommend

No to War, Hot or Cold, with Russia by Dennis Kucinich

Ukraine war driven by Gas-Dollar link: Defending Dollar Imperialism by Mike Whitney

NYT shows how Propaganda Works by Robert Parry

Thank you for your time... Sincerely,

White Apple

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Response to Christian Neef & Der Spiegel

I will not stand for Propaganda:

Fairy Tales and Fabrications in Eastern Ukraine by By Christian Neef in Grabovo, Ukraine 

At first i was thrilled to be reading a Der Spiegle article, especially after the moving speech by Sahra Wagenknecht.  Ironically this speech was given on June 4th, just before all this madness started to occur.  As i read deeper into the article, propaganda alarms started going off, so many that I thought this article would make a great example for those  that I've long since filed into my "P" folder e.g. BBC, CNN, FOX, Economist, WaPo, NYT and the others on the list that's growing day by day.  It's fascinating to me that even the title of this article can be so easily repurposed for my needs, just wanted to point that out.  My first taste of propaganda was around 12 when I was being unsuccessfully indoctrinated into my parent's religions (Judaism & Christianity), and I learned about the "Jesus discrepancy".  I figured that either one of these camps was lying, or, they both were.  That's another story though, and I'd prefer to just go through this article and point out the spots where my "P" alarm  went off and let you make up your minds for yourselves.  If you'd like some other examples in my propaganda folder or information regarding International/U.S. Propaganda Law please see the links at the bottom of this article.

Aside from the very telling two-way title, one of the first alarms went off while reading "When Borodai handed MH 17's flight recorder over to the Malaysia Airlines experts, they referred to him as "your excellency," just to play it safe."  One can't help but wonder if the experts said "just to play it safe" or if that was the writer's implant of bias on why experts said that?  Either way, if one is to assume that the experts did say that, it should be a quoted statement that can be verified instead of being presented as an assumed afterthought of the experts international cleverness in giving titles of honor to one that doesn't deserve it, which implies yet another accusation of double speak upon the experts.  If it is the writer's assumption it should be clarified as such so as to not ensure the experts' legitimacy to this claim when none may be due. 

"Then a rebel "press officer" wearing an exotic uniform comes down the street and talks about the West's crimes... The usual rhetorical polemics..."  The “rebel” - First of all, the legitimacy of the Kiev parliament is still in question by many like Noam Chomsky, Christopher Black, Kevin Barrett, and David Castle just to name a few.  Further, to term those that are defending their homes (they are not all "Russian Insurgents" after all), as well as their "democratic" right to decide on an economic package that best benefits them, as rebels, insurgents, or even Pro-Russian is more than just politically incorrect, it reeks of war propaganda.  What military officer doesn’t wear an exotic uniform by the way?  Why are the Ukrainians so special in this regard?  Where is the picture of said uniform so that an educated public and some fashion industry critics (myself included), can make up their own minds?  Further, as to why “press officer” is in quotations, I can only assume it was to imply that the “rebels’” press officer is somehow only posing as a press officer, thereby further discrediting the international and democratic authority of the representation of the people of Ukraine's East.  

"Europe has already indicated that it is losing patience with Moscow, and on Tuesday imposed the toughest round of sanctions yet."  So, is that all of “Europe”, or are there not certain countries taking the lead on accusing Russia without an international investigation and punishing it economically before a trial?  It is written all over the MSM in the U.K., U.S., Australia, Canada, Poland and more.  Losing Patience with a child is one thing, losing patience with a country that so many European and American citizens and corporations (whether "national" or not), are invested in sounds more like the old tune sung by war profiteers just before a resource seizure.  The world is well aware of the EU gas dilemma, the world is also aware that Russia holds claim to much of that gas, just as Gaza's Hamas holds the gas field, not Israel... yet.  Let's leave pipelinestan for another time though.

“Instead there has been a lot of finger-pointing.”  Always remember that when accusing others of pointing fingers it’s probably best not to point your own, and if you do, remember there are three fingers pointing back at you and a thumb upwards.  It won’t take much digging to realize who pointed fingers first, or how about McCain pointing fingers at Obama, or the fact that John Kerry and Barak Obama were well out of the finger pointing corner before anyone else.  They pointed knowing that many U.S. strategist circles as well as retired CIA have cautioned against rushing to judgement or running with an unloaded gun shooting propaganda blanks to spur support for an illegitimate WWIII.

"...neo-fascist, fundamentalist forces had used arms to seize power in Kiev.”  The comment was quoted from the "press officer" with an obvious disregarding tone for it's believability.  The blatant slander of the Pro-Russian/BRICS views and ideas regarding the MH17 issues are all too obvious, as obvious as the blind support of W. Ukraine/Kiev, U.K., and U.S. views.  The Neo Fascist ideals of Kiev’s leaders are well known unless you read only MSM, and the opaque reports of the covert actions of the CIA, FBI, and others from neighboring countries like Poland make one seriously consider the way in which this statement was presented.  

There is absolutely no mention of BRICS or BRICS Bank - This has become my #1 MSM Propaganda finder… if there is no mention of BRICS Bank getting formed on the 16th of June (one day before the MH17 event and the Israel Ground Invasion, and 1 day after my birthday), that it constitutes a direct democratic challenge to the U.S. run World Bank/IMF troika as Noam Chomsky calls it in "Power Systems", or their plans for a Transcontinental Railroad from Peru to Brazil, or how about a challenge to the Panama Canal?  I immediately change my glasses when reading an article that make no mention of this by the halfway point.  I’d advise that you do the same.

“For some time now, it has been leaders from Moscow and not local forces who have been calling the shots in the separatist republic. It's a subject that neither Putin nor the Russian media have shown much interest in addressing. Instead, the public defamation of Ukraine by Russia has reached new heights in the wake of the MH 17 crash.”  Where is the proof that Russia "calls the shots"?  If there is no proof regarding shots called, one has to wonder why this was included at all.  Further, what of all the support by the U.S. and others that were mentioned given to Kiev’s “military”.?  If Der Spiegel wants to compare new heights of nationalized defamation and information black outs, well, just take a stroll over to the Economist link below.

“In it, he claims that the government in Kiev has done everything it could to prevent international experts from getting to the crash scene. Then a Russian news agency issues a report claiming that the Malaysian aviation experts and their OSCE escorts came under fire by Ukrainian fighter jets on their way to the crash site.  The reports are just as untrue as the majority of what Russian television stations broadcast from the separatist republics each day.”  The fact that no pro E.U./U.S. paper has acknowledged the fact that the OSCE mentioned good in reference to the “rebels” three times in their report on July 21st, or the guarding of the train by “rebels”,  or that this article made no mention of the shelling on the Donetsk train station should set off a just few "P" alarms.  In the article I wrote regarding the reports of that day I show that it was likely that Kiev forces that shelled the train station and consequently made the train of bodies wait one more night.   

“The separatists and Moscow alike have indignantly denied that a Buk surface-to-air missile shot MH 17 down. They have also vehemently denied that rebels could even have been in possession of the air defense system."  They claim that evidence in the form of photos and recordings of conversations have been fabricated by the Ukrainians and the Americans.”  The claim of fabrication by the Ukrainians and Americans is not a lonely claim, this is not just Pro-Russian “Rebel” or "Kremlin" rhetoric.  Many in the U.S. are shocked and embarrassed that our policy makers seem all right with using “evidence” from YouTube and Twitter to substantiate an International Investigation.

“But on Wednesday, Alexander Khodakovsky, a rebel leader in Donetsk and commander of the notorious Vostok battalion, told Reuters that rebels did in fact possess the Buk missile system and that it could have come from Russia. Khodakovsky later retracted his statements, but the recording of the interview shows that it is in fact precisely what he said.”  This is but speculation and again seems more like grasping at social media straws rather than hard evidence to support a claim of guilt.  Let’s not forget that redaction is a US/UK/IS specialty, the Times of Israel recently took out an op ed about when “Genocide is Permissible” off their page which casued a bit of an uproar.

"OSCE official Hug has almost daily dealings with the rebels. Twice since April, he has had to intervene to secure the freedom of Western hostages held by them."  Notice that there is not one line regarding internment camps in Donbass, civillians killed by Ukraine/Kiev shelling or any of the numerous other Ukrainian human rights abuses.  This kind of reasoning leads me to believe that Hug may not be the most "objective" observer for the MH17 incident.  As well as "...we've known for some time now that there is quarreling among the rebels and that there are differences between the political level and their armed forces." He describes it as a "thicket of alliances, with many acting on their own." and "The OSCE has no political agenda," he says, "and that's what makes it possible for us to be in the combat area of the rebels."  Many would love to know how Hug got this information, who it came from, under who's authority and how long ago?  I find it suspicious that a paper such as the Der Spiegel can't offer up sources for claims such as these when they sport such a well sized and well paid staff.... I don't even have an editor and boy I wish I did.

"In exactly this moment, heavy shelling begins around 20 kilometers away from Grabovo in Snizhne, the town from which it is believed the rebels fired the missile that brought down Flight MH 17. The impact of the rockets in Snizhne is visible from as far away as the crash site. Despite the tragedy, the war continues unabated here."  No other details e.g. who is shelling who or why there is still a military push to the MH17 crash site when many agree that a ceasefire would be far more productive for speedy and safe investigation.

"The developments have led to political radicalization in Ukraine as well. Last week, President Petro Poroshenko ordered a partial mobilization for the third time, saying he needed 60,000 soldiers for deployment in eastern Ukraine. At the same time, he also got the opportunity for new elections after the parties backing him quit the government coalition. It is now likely that the final remaining members of parliament from the party of Poroshenko's deposed predecessor, Viktor Yanukovych, will be voted out of office. In addition, the Communist Party, which remains strong in the separatist areas, is expected to be banned."  What about these facts describes the process of a budding democracy in practice?  The part about sending in 60,000 more armed troops into an already morally questionable situation, or the banning of a legitimate political party without a citizen vote?

"Behind the scenes in the Kremlin, away from the official television propaganda, uncertainty is beginning to spread. Putin himself has seemed agitated and nervous in his latest television appearances."  This kind of statement is just laughable and verging on breakfast gossip, further, what leader is not agitated or nervous regarding the events of MH17, even I'm concerned as we stand of the precipice of WWIII without so much as a trial or investigation, is Der Spiegel and Christian Neef not?

"Moscow-based journalist and columnist Yulia Latynina described the events as a "Russian Lockerbie." And the editor-in-chief of the daily Nezavisimaya Gazeta is even predicting Putin's descent to the status of political "pariah" because he armed rebels in eastern Ukraine."  This echoes the same jumping of the gun that Western MSM has done in accusing Russia without proper evidence or even an investigation.

"This has made clear once and for all that Putin can no longer disentangle himself from the separatists."  A statement such as this once again ignores many reports of intervention by Western Nations or NATO Nations such as Poland or Lithuania.  This seals my accusations of a one sided geo-political viewpoint that smells of War Time Propaganda by both the author and Der Spiegle.

"On the way back to Donetsk, which was being shelled by the Ukrainian army at the time,"  Why this very important fact regarding the situation of Kiev forces possibly hampering the investigation appears at the end of the article should be of no surprise by now.  For getting to the bottom, here are some new developments... OCSE monitor mentions bullet holes in MH17- the Latest from the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine, and a photo of the assumed bullet holes...


Private Regulation and Public Policy: Torward effective restriction of Internet Hate Propaganda

Government and Mass Communications

The 1st Amendment & the Suppression of Warmongering Propaganda

Propaganda, War Time Trials & International Law

Propaganda for War & Tranperacy

Debunking the Business Propaganda over Investor Rights

When Genocide is Permissible

Egypt's propagandists and the Gaza Massacre

The MH17 Disaster is all America's Fault?

Blaming Russia as 'Flat Fact'

Obama Should Release Ukraine Evidence

Stephen Cohen: The American Press Is Wrong About Ukraine

Readout of Secretary Kerry's Call With Foreign Minister Lavrov

This Is What Panic In The Kremlin Looks Like

The Downing of the Malaysian Airliner: Avoid Rushing to Judgement

A web of lies: Vladimir Putin's epic deciets have grave consequences for his people and the outside world

Democracy Now: Stephen Cohen: Downed Malaysian Plane Raises Risk of War Between Russia and the West

NYT Russia's Message on Jet: Consiliation and Bluster



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MH17 Regarding the Shelling of the Donetsk Train Station 7/21

Facts regarding the Shelling of the Donetsk Train Station on 7/21 by Kiev forces or Making the Dead Wait

     “We will not bombard Donetsk. We will use only ground forces there, which will — street after street, quarter after quarter — free the city,” was the recent claim byAndriy Lysenko of the ATO (Anti Terrorism Operation or the ISH (Invading & Shelling Homes)), in VICE magazine article on 7/27 (https://news.vice.com/article/anti-terror-operation-tightens-net-around-donetsk-as-ukrainian-forces-push-toward-mh17-crash-site).  
    Yet the OSCE reports (http://www.osce.org/node/121521), the shelling a train station in Donetsk on 7/21, effectively keeping the train of dead waiting until the next day… right in front of the eyes of the world.  The OSCE report above clearly confirms that “rebels” were both guarding/assisting the train of bodies and other sources clearly point to rebels in the train station in Donetsk were getting shelled (https://now.mmedia.me/lb/en/international/556725-afp-shelling-around-donetsk-train-station & http://www.ndtv.com/article/world/civilians-flee-fighting-around-donetsk-train-station-562267).  
    Is any reason that anyone can think of as to why the Rebels would either a) shell themselves in the Donetsk train station or b) want to slow down the progress of the train of bodies they were reported to have been guarding & c) Why would the “rebels” want to slow the process of the OSCE and the investigation while also assisting them at the same time?  The simple fact is Adriy, Kiev Junta and assisted forces had already shelled the Donetsk train station and stalled the investigation on July 21st, a week before your “sole me promise” to not bomb Donetsk and “assist” the investigation with a terrorist militia conducting sectarian cleansing badly disguised as an antiterrorist campaign in order to hamper an investigation.  At this point, does anyone really have to ask why Kiev and the US would support such and action against the OSCE, UN, investigators, families, the dead and the citizens of their nations whom live under the shadows of their government’s international “beacons” of democracy?  
    This denial of action and responsibility is echoed by Secretary of State John Kerry “…underlined our support for a mutual cease fire verified by the OSCE and reaffirmed our strong support for the international investigation to show the facts of MH17.” (http://blogs.state.gov/stories/2014/07/27/readout-secretary-kerrys-call-russian-foreign-minister-lavrov#sthash.czjKn7zh.dpuf)
From RT news and Twitter came the attitudes of Kiev’s Ukrainian Foreign Minsiter Pavlo Klimkin that I must say reek of propaganda, really giving western media a run for it’s money eh?  Move over Economist, there’s something slimier.  "Terrorists back to their normal outrageous practice: they don't allow OSCE monitors to access the MH17 site, claiming Ukraine army is fighting nearby…Their argument is fake. Ukraine is committed to its unilateral ceasefire.”  So much for staying outside that “40 kilometer zone.”
    Maybe he hasn’t seen some of the evidence I have dredged out of the muck of western propaganda (http://whiteapple.ninja/) and their Black Out of BRICSbank vs IMF.  Also in the RT article were some great comments by “US photographer Patrick Lancaster “There were jets flying overhead and we could hear explosions in the distance,” he said. When Lancaster and his team tried to navigate their way out of the crash site area, “every road that we’ve turned on, there were tank tracks going towards [the nearby rebel-held towns of] Torez and Shakhtersk.  Locals told me that they witnessed Ukrainian tanks going down the road.  It’s pretty obvious that the Ukrainian military is trying to retake Torez and Shakhtersk,”
The situation in the area is “very dangerous.  Very many explosions happening.  Every few minutes there are several explosions and heavy gunfire,” Lancaster stressed. “I can see the two towns burning, basically.”  These are not the reports of a ceasefire folks, sorry.  Also in that RT article is a statement by lead Russian Investigator “Storchevoy, the main task of the international experts will be “finding the true reasons which led to this tragedy,” because “the whole world, including Russia, is interested in objective investigation.”  
    Further, “There was an official request from the Dutch side to include Russian experts into the commission,” he added.  Storchevoy pointed out that there will be no military experts on the commission from the Russian side, since the accident under investigation involves a civilian aircraft.  Lastly I would like to congratulate the Australians and the Dutch on seeing the light of day and having at least a brief window of clear thinking and the Guardian for this headline, ‘MH17: Australia to send police but no military to crash site’  (http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/27/mh17-australia-to-send-police-but-no-military-to-crash-site), maybe the word will get around?  For those of you that stand accused by me of spreading half truths at best, you might want to educate yourself on the “International Law of Propaganda” (http://books.google.com/books/about/The_international_law_of_propaganda.html?id=wYURwLp1WlUC)
    And now, if you’ve made it this far, here's my theme song for today...

Sincerely, White Apple ~ on twitter as @whtapl


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Response to the VIPS letter written to Obama 7/29/14

     Responce to VIPS letter to Obama 7/29/14

Released by Consortium


     Kerry is a horrible representative for the U.S. and it’s rising generations and I’m sure glad you all came up with such an eloquent stab, but where is the mention of McCain… you know, the cheerleader of war? Clapper is even on your list, I suggest that due to the overwhelming public support that McCain has shown both here and abroad for the Kiev Junta, and the fact that he was one of the first ones in congress to lead the war path to Russia after the downing of MH17, that he be included on your list, position debatable (I know that retired CIA live in Sedona). Other than that I commend you on your efforts to communicate a sense of reason and clarity in a respectful attempt to influence the President/Cabinet’s geo-political “attitudes” and policies towards Russia and the rising BRICS nations. The suggestions you made are light compared to the attitude adjustments I would have suggested which would sound more like impeachment via international laws on propaganda, but, maybe that’s why I don’t have CIA after my name. As you have all clearly pointed out the line between state and the media is blurred at best these days, a person like me has to search far and wide for a real picture outside of the western media blackout (BRICS Bank, Gazprom & Gaza, “Nazis” & Shell in Ukraine, etc. whiteapple.ninja), remember, most of us don’t even have your sources. If I remember correctly Obama was just proclaiming that we needed to clean up our media and make sure that the citizens got a fair and honest view, not sure if words will do the trick here. What I do know is that like your “senses” seem to be telling you… mine are telling me that something smells very fishy and that the U.S. may not be the only countries my nose has implicated as far as what one might call ~ towing the company line. But most of all Ladies and Gentlemen (I try to save the best for last you know?), thank you for standing up for truth in justice, I think Socrates would’ve been more than approving and I am in your debt.
White Apple @whtapl on twitter

Sunset of the Gold Rush

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How to Seduce A Bear while Running Down the Mountain

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Skylight of a Snow Castle in Mt. Shasta

     As it turns out, a friend of mine (a electronic producer as well(https://soundcloud.com/wubberstumpper2/pbs)), said that Faulkner was his Uncle's Grandfather.  By the way, don't let anyone ever tell you that it's not a small world, or that you can't change it.  This was my reply to him: "The Bear" by William Faulkner is the center piece for a current WW NGO known as the CDEP. I was desperately seeking the title to use it as a metaphor for current international foreign policy negotiations of the global state of the world as it currently "rests" so to speak.  BTW, did you see the The Colbert Report episode on the 4th (http://thecolbertreport.cc.com/videos/ukf9gv/amazon-vs--hachette) Great show btw Colbert!)), where he speaks to author Sherman Alexie, who had received the Pen/Faulkner* award... (http://thecolbertreport.cc.com/videos/ytg04i/sherman-alexie), and then Colbert flips off Amazon.com...  (http://thecolbertreport.cc.com/videos/ukf9gv/amazon-vs--hachette)and not with one bird, but two!?!  Coincidentally, i was trying to think of the name of the book for like 3 hours yesterday (in desperation, if you will), finally got it, then found out about that Nobel peace prize recording, and then watched the Colbert episode. cheers!" --- that was a over a month ago and things have only gotten worse since I got my birthday wish of the BRICS Bank, here is the deeper meaning of my excitement and woe...

     The Bear hides inside "Go Down Moses" written by a personal hero of mine by the name of William Faulkner.  I must admit that I have only heard about one part of Faulkner's book (may I never live this down), as opposed to actually reading it, well, we all fuck up sometimes, right?  Before I get to the part of the story that interests me the most, I would like you to take a listen to Faulkner's Nobel Peace Prize speech of 1950, shortly after WWII, Nagasaki/Hiroshima, the formation of Israel, the formation of World Bank and the International Monetary Fund -- that's if you haven't already heard it before, and, even if you have... (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ENIj5oNtapw).  It moved me to a flood of tears as I realized that he was talking about me... and you... every last one of you.  Since the days of "I have become Death..." (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/J._Robert_Oppenheimer), the "nuclear solution" has metastasized into a runaway nightmare freight train snowballing down Olympus, Himalayas, Mt. Shasta  - as brought forth best by the Federation of Associated Scientist (FAS) article I read a while back which criticized the "administration" for their lack of effort in Nuclear Non-Proliferation (*).  You all have seen that wonderful time-lapse video of all the nuclear explosions up to '20xx' right? (http://fas.org/article/may-2014-arms-control-today-nuclear-weapons-modernization-threat-npt/). You do know about Nevada don't you, all those aging storage facilities (http://fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R42513.pdf), and their crumbling edifice of a Justice System... sorry, my bad, remind me to tell you about a certain retired Federal Marshal's statement to the effect of "If you fly one more damn Drone over my airspace... I'm gonna shoot it down with my 30.6."  Or take the U.S.'s recent arms deal to Qatar (http://www.poandpo.com/politics/qatar-us-sign-11bn-weapons-agreement-15-7-2014/), to once again attempt to prove to themselves  and the E.U. (definitely not me), that the U.S. imperialistas can handle their climate change causing ecocidal gas addictions like some older obese man trying to achieve youth from a new hot rod but can neither touch his toes or much less get in the car.  Look, I am no fool, Russia is trying to do the same, well, it's doing a fine job of playing the international "resource chess board".  But here is the sad facts folks, it makes no difference if you change the players (e.g. World Bank/IMF→BRICS / Right→Left / West→East), it makes no difference if you change the pieces (e.g. Nukes→Nano Bombs / Silicon→CarbonNano / Soldiers→Lethal Autonomous Robots / Cash→Cashless), all these petty games are played on the same board are they not, and that board is my home, our home... and that board is cracking-and so-the "game" must end... sorry?  A pledge such as this does not come from the lighter places of heart (as mine has sunk quite low as of late), it comes from holding the 7th generation of the future in your every breath.  But again, I stray...

     The part of Faulkner's "The Bear" that I barely remembered was where Ike has to leave his compass (phone), gun (Nukes), and most everything behind in order to find the Bear.  Not the part about where the Bear is killed, but rather how the Bear let itself be found.  It took me the better part of one day to figure out the name of Faulkner's book, I asked friends (literate and not), I searched in vain on the internet as I often do, I nearly went mad and then walla!  I ran into his Nobel Speech.  I watched 6 times that day.  It hit me like a ton of bricks, like "Bridge Over Troubled Waters" (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-PNun-Pfb4) I just had to go there), always does when I hear as I grew up with it, as i grew up with the BOMB.  I was broken, and then, I was PISSED, and I'm sure that some certain off shore jackals would agree that that is an understatement.

     I gave it as a suggestion once, and I'll do it again. This is a metaphor for disarmament not just of the U.S. & Russia (or China, France, shit, the list is growing too long already),  but on a global level, for you cannot hug someone while holding a missile just as you cannot expect trust or respect from me with your knife upon my throat.  There are much larger dangers to surrender to each other (aka humanity), than just the elites, tyrants, ENRONS and their Selfish Gene -Chinese Art of War-Dog eat Dog "attitude".  It's often called climate change or global warming, but, kid yourselves not, this is staring every living being in the face and therefore should be deemed the new WMD (thanks TomDispatch & Tom Engelbert! (http://www.tomdispatch.com/post/175847/tomgram%3A_engelhardt,_is_climate_change_a_crime_against_humanity/)), the very same bomb that Faulkner had referred to in his Nobel Peace prize address in '50' is now globally shared by every single living thing (including my little buddy (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2280286/Meet-toughest-animal-planet-The-water-bear-survive-frozen-boiled-float-space-live-200-years.html), from the bottom of the sea to that weird plasma shield that "defends" of the earth http://www.nasa.gov/sites/default/files/plume.gif


(say... you know that kinda looks like... naw... Anyways), and statistically far beyond the reaches of our "control".  It's the new bomb, forget those LARs with their moral governors (http://www.cc.gatech.edu/ai/robot-lab/online-publications/Arkin_ethical_autonomous_systems_final.pdf), being built by a certain U.S. professor that's a "born again" christian (golly gee! Thanks McCain), we got real problems folks.  It is also in some ways the same old bomb that most of us have lived under and suffered from in one way or another--for me--my entire life.  But this bomb is a different kind, for one, it hits seaside, beach front, Island (read Saychelles (http://www.offshorecompanyformation.pro/tax_haven_seychelles/), and many beautiful cities (Venice), homes and innocent civilians at lower elevations first.  Of course many countries are scrambling, I meant "adopting" more environmental/natural rights to reign in the off shore jackals and their deregulation resource war feeding frenzy like the NEWNORMAL in Africa (http://www.tomdispatch.com/blog/175844/tomgram%3A_nick_turse,_how_%22benghazi%22_birthed_the_new_normal_in_africa/), yep, it is the new normal alright.  Picketty (http://www.economist.com/blogs/economist-explains/2014/05/economist-explains), did a great job of slapping the economic zombies on both cheeks, and pretty damn well if you ask me.  Which brings me to the simple fact that the longer we (esp. our govt & "private" sector), stand around pointing fingers and missiles at each other while fighting over resource table scraps, it logically follows that this activity lessens our (i mean much of life's), chances for surviving here to the level of evolutionary diversity that some of us might have been accustomed to due to obvious time constraints considering the timeline per the panel of climate scientists.  We need drastic and REAL measures to "combat" (that really doesn't sound like the right word when referring to your land base), global warming and/or climate change (just pick one, seriously, geez GOP), not the Lego Armageddon Monopoly game we are subject to daily.... (http://www.theguardian.com/politics/2014/jun/05/uk-government-denies-patronising-scottish-voters-lego + https://games.yahoo.com/blogs/plugged-in/lego-star-wars-toy-resembles-mosque-critics-000430255.html + http://www.salon.com/2014/07/11/greenpeace_slams_lego_for_its_brand_partnership_with_shell_oil_partner/).  One thing I've been wondering about was why did the Tories decided to call themselves Irish Criminals anyway?  Oh.

     Long ago, there used to be court jesters, as a matter of fact this heritage still lives on today... even with Obama (http://twitchy.com/2014/05/30/court-jester-jay-carney-bidding-farewell-to-the-white-house-replacement-named/).  On that note this is but the rant of an International Jester, or as some call me, an International Dissident.  So here is my closing note (well, more like a small waltz, like the Blue Danube (press→click play(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJcoKNY_tes), I just want to literally laugh at the "leaders" of Ukraine.  Here you are in the tightening grip of the IMF (http://blogs.reuters.com/lawrencesummers/2014/03/10/ukraine-dont-repeat-past-mistakes/), not to say that you weren't warned many times)), losing lives and money in an unjust campaign against people of my blood, as you sit as my #1 (and many others), prime suspect for the cruel downing of MH17 (http://whiteapple.ninja/), a completely incompetent president that I will mention no further, and cabinet members that can't seem to agree on how to tie their shoes properly, let alone seal a budget... children really (http://article.wn.com/view/2014/01/28/In_pictures_Ukraine_PM_resigns_amid_protests/).  It's like that day on the Kibbutz Geza, when I was 5 during the Yom Kippur War and the teacher was too busy cooking for the others and insisted that I crack my own egg-and so-I tapped and I tapped it on the pan but to no avail.  Then, flustered beyond repair I tugged at the dress of the teacher and told her of my woes, she said "just use your head"-and so-I did.  Well, as you can imagine that egg cracked against my "hard" head very effectively, so well that the yolk slid down my face as the teacher laughed and laughed and I just cried (that wasn't very funny btw, you know who you are).  So what is the IMF's "solution"?  Let's put Oleh Tyahnybok in charge of finding another leader, say, is that the same Oleh that called for an ethnically pure nation purged of the “Moscow-Jewish mafia” and “other scum,” including homosexuals (there were Aids scientists, activists on that plane you know), feminists and political leftists (http://www.thenation.com/article/180466/silence-american-hawks-about-kievs-atrocities#)?  No worries, we've got Homophobes like the common cold over here in the U.S. too.  You've got to be kidding me!  Please say your joking! This is exactly why BRICS put aside their differences and formed the worlds first true Multi-National DEMOCRATIC World Bank, Monetary Fund and Energy Council outside of your idiotic "control".  This is exactly why Sahra Wagenknecht faced off Merkel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lIi4a7ri-dc#t=20 + http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/party-insiders-say-angela-merkel-may-leave-office-early-a-980987.html + http://www.spiegel.de/international/zeitgeist/architectural-competition-held-to-rebuild-koenigsberg-city-center-a-980260.html =?), the other day, sorry I meant June 15th... and ironically that's about the time I developed another political crush, effectively pushing Papas Fritas to #2 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upmmUzislj8), and maybe so much so that "certain" powers might've felt the German push to the BRICS Nations and decided to take "drastic" measures as the phone taps, spies and gold were all gone... no names please.  This is exactly what Ukraine should do, it should move for BRICS (cause who cares where you get the gas from, it's still gas.. a dying breed), to help immediately and thereby further weakening the death grip of the IMF.  But, sadly, as I've just learned, we have great folks like Yatsenyuk trying to compete with Abbot to see who can give head better, sorry, I meant get ahead better.  Or how about Deputy Defense Minister Kabanenko and David Baldwin of the California Ntnl. Guard's bromance (http://www.globalresearch.ca/collapse-of-ukraine-government-prime-minister-yatsenyuk-resigns-amidst-pressures-exerted-by-the-imf/5393168), trying to legitimize the new U.S. pet secular genocide project for a desperate false flag WWIII attempt (Tories, you're next).  Aaaaaand speaking of gold, guys, seriously, how in the hell did the Ukraine's gold end up in the NY Fed Goldman Sachs? (http://kingworldnews.com/kingworldnews/KWN_DailyWeb/Entries/2014/3/10_Did_Ukraine_Just_Airlift_Its_Entire_Gold_Hoard_To_The_U.S._Fed.html), damn! I did it again.  Lastly I'd just love to bring up Quartz, that CIA run GITMO style prison in Poland (http://swampland.time.com/2014/01/24/report-cia-paid-poland-for-black-site/), gee wiz, aren't they in support of the anti Russian Kiev crew?  Tell you what IMFies (think teletubbies), sure, I will run for President of the United States, in fact I will even run for President of Ukraine... Hell, I'd even go "down-under" (no, not like that), or any damn country under your "domination".  I will run it well, I will make it work, and I will make a World future much brighter than your long dead antiquated Roman ideals ever will, which by the way are no more than pauper's prison shackles called Austerity. After all, that's what I am to you right, a Pauper, a "throw back", a Ukrainian Jew, an ancestor of a Head Constable of the Scotland Yard, a descendant of the Oregon trail settlers near the Independence Hill Top Cemetery (where the Bush's, Kennedy's, the Head of the Masons, Head of the Woodcrafters, the witches, the priests, and the Lukiamute Indians (spirits mostly)... lay their heads, and they're all still there), and I am also a migrant farmer hidden in the hills of the rotten mercuric core of the Gold Rush, USA... also still known as the Maidu TSI-AKIM land (sorry, i suck at remembering names).  The sad fact is IMF/World Bank, I have already copyrighted the entire Universe as a work of Art in Progress over the Internet as my Medium ('cause after all, we all know that the precedent was already set in Canada, right? (http://www.cantechletter.com/2014/05/alberta-artist-copyrights-land-artwork-keep-oil-companies-bay/).  No, don't worry, of course there's no lawyers that might take that one up pro bono (http://www.cardozo.yu.edu/directory/daniel-ravicher)), so, as soon as you all can agree (key word), and pick a country (key word), for me to run (another key word), you can start sending me damages (that one should ring some bells), and then-and only then-we'll see about the rest of the world.  Fact is stranger than fictions and trite fabrications and btw, if you don't like my somewhat nonlinear writing style, well, I don't write for you, if you want that kind of propaganda you can go read the Economist.

beep-news-beep: Ukrainian Air Defense "Exercises" Might be Behind Malaysian Aircraft Craft - Source (http://en.ria.ru/world/20140725/191242509/Ukrainian-Air-Defense-Exercises-Might-be-Behind-Malaysian.html)

And further, per the OSCE someone shelled the train station, the train of bodies was being guarded by the "Pro-Russian Rebels", the same ones defending their homes (near the village of Nikishine, approximately 4 km from the main crash site. The SMM saw multiple pieces of debris of various sizes widely scattered over an area of approximately one square kilometre. There was no evidence of human remains. The site was not guarded. The SMM left the site at 16:45 hrs.), who like knew BRICSBank had been formed.  Why would the rebels then shell a train station making the train of dead wait in Torez?  "In the morning of 21 July, the “DPR” had assured the SMM that the train would be allowed to leave for Kharkiv as soon as the remaining bodies had been loaded, and provided it was accompanied by the Dutch forensics experts and two SMM monitors. This was subsequently not possible due to the reported shelling of one of the railway stations in Donetsk city during the day. The “DPR” instead agreed to guard and move the train to a safe location in Donetsk city."  (http://www.osce.org/node/121521) Further, "The recovery process was assessed by the Dutch experts as good" - "The Dutch forensics team entered the carriages and assessed that the storage was good." - "At 16:15 hrs the SMM arrived at an incident scene previously not visited by the SMM, near the village of Nikishine, approximately 4 km from the main crash site. The SMM saw multiple pieces of debris of various sizes widely scattered over an area of approximately one square kilometre. There was no evidence of human remains. The site was not guarded. The SMM left the site at 16:45 hrs."  Doesn't really sound like Australia, or anyone for that matter (esp. U.S.), needs to seen armed guards, it sounds like the IMF just needs to talk to Yatsenyuk and the rest of their puppets and have them STAND DOWN IMMEDIATELY!  Just a suggestion ;)~

UPDATE*** "A rebel fighter told AFP that government troops had attacked their positions close to the transport hub at around 10 am (0700 GMT)." (https://now.mmedia.me/lb/en/international/556725-afp-shelling-around-donetsk-train-station) Hope that clears some heads.

Sincerely, White Apple's other personality

The Kraken of Davey Jones

I'm gonna get you all

someone's knock knock knocking on your door, someone's ringing "your" bell

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