Politicans and world leaders making news and in the news, and spouting hot air
Following are excerpts from a statement by Egyptian presidential candidate Tawfiq Okasha, the owner of Al-Faraeen, which aired on Al-Faraeen TV on October 31, 2011:
The Jews, who devised the philosophy of the American economic system, placed a pyramid and an eye on the back of the dollar bill – symbols of global Freemasonry – thus turning the dollar into a commodity. This is a commodity that encompasses the world, and monitors the state of the world.
The US has adopted an economic policy which was established and is run by Jewish economy experts, in order to subordinate this policy to the philosophy of global Freemasonry, on the basis of the notion that the economy, of the dollar, or the dinar – or food, to be precise – are what enables them to maintain their grip upon the nations.
Not all the Jews in the world are evil. You may ask: Tawfiq, what is the ratio? The ratio is 60-40. Sixty percent are evil to varying degrees, all the way to a level that words cannot describe, while 40% are not evil. They, however, are divided into three categories: One group consists of the non-evil, another group consists of the non-evil to a lesser degree, and the third group consists of the non-evil to an even lesser degree.
Might there be anyone who stands out among them? It’s very rare. Maybe one in a million. But what does this classification mean? It means that you can coexist normally with approximately 40% of the Jews – they do not betray, conspire, extort, or view others as Gentiles. They believe in the concept of Gentiles, but this belief does not affect their conduct.
What I am saying is no lie. Sarkozy is one of those Jews who adhere to the Zionist ideology, which is one of the worst ideologies… I said one of the worst, but there are worse still. This is one of the worst political ideologies, which stems from a religious belief of the Jews.
KATIA Zatuliveter, 26, is not a Russian spy. She was not told by Kremlin commanders to enter into negotiations with married Portsmouth South MP Mike Hancock, chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Russia and a member of the Defence Select Committee. Sure, they had a four-year affair. But she did it for love. She worked for Hancock as his parliamentary assistant.
A Special Immigration Appeals Commission has concluded that Zatuliveter is free to go.
Her diary called Hancock “my darling teddy bear“.
One diary entry of June 2006, two months after the pair met in St Petersburg, noted:
“I am in love… And he’s gone to Iraq today. I worry a lot, don’t know what to do, what to do with myself. What if he calls me? My darling Teddy Bear. There is no one more tender and more sincere than you. You are the first person in the world who is prepared to give me everything (well after my parents).”
POLITICIANS can be so touchy. When schoolgirl Emma Sullivan, 18,placed the hashtag #blowsalot on Twitter by the name of Republican governor of Kansas Samuel Dale “Sam” Brownback, the politician’s team tracked her down. She had tweeted at a Youth Government program at the state Capitol:
“Just made mean comments at gov brownback and told him he sucked, in person #heblowsalot.”
A member of Brownback’s team found the comment on Twitter. They wrote to Sullivan’s school principal. Then:
“Sullivan received a scolding at school and was ordered to send Brownback an apology letter. She said Prinicipal Karl R. Krawitz even suggested talking points for the letter she was supposed to turn in Monday.”
WAS Dominique Strauss-Kahn set up? Was the man who would have been President of France targeted by dark forces?
No, not the rape in the car park.
No, not the media friendly alleged rape victim Nafissatou Diallo, who claism she was attacked at the French-owned Sofitel.
No. This conspiracy was to hack Strauss-Kahn’s mobile phone.
VLADIMIR Putin was at a mixed martial arts event in Russia to meet his doppelganger. It was a bit like watching Vlad meet his champion, albeit one carrying a bit of timber and wearing – and this pains us – bikini briefs. You can tell a lot about the calibre of a man by his underwear, and Fighting Putin wears wide-rimmed stretchers – but, blessedly, no man bra. Had he worn a vest tucked smartly into his paisley Y-fronts the crowd would have cheered.
Also, why not use other wrestlers who look like political leaders in Summit Smack Downs? Mick McManus is overdue a return to the ring, and he wore the look of a middle-aged Silvio Berlusconi when a lad (see image below).
Wrestling and politics has a long and lively history, although it has not recovered from the loss of Boris ‘Big Daddy’ Yeltsin, who died in 1997.
ITALY is on its knees at the moment after the terrible administration of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. Sure, he may have stepped down, but that doesn’t mean he’s going away. Of course he isn’t. That man couldn’t stay away from the limelight if he was a black hole.
So, in an attempt to forget about allegations of corruption and having sex with underage prostitutes (allegedly, okay watching lawyers?), he’s focusing on ‘True Love‘, which is the name of his new album.
Silvio released the LP yesterday and it’s his fourth with guitarist and former parking attendant Mariano Apicella. He was going to get it on the shelves (and ready for the 9p bin) in September but was a little delayed by Italy sliding into the sea with the weight of its own debt.
POLITICS is so dull in the UK. Men in drab suits shout while women with bad hair all boo at admin. The most excitement we’ve had is when Bryan Ferry’s posho offspring lobbed some coloured powder around and that wasn’t particularly fun at all.
However, over in South Korea, they’re much better at firing things up. One Korean MP decided that he’d use tear gas powder against the parliament’s deputy speaker in the hope that he’d block ratification of a key trade deal with the US.
SO, Russian newsreader Tatiana Limanova, what do you think of Barack Obama?
REPUBLICAN presidential candidate Herman Cain is talking to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, editorial board on the matter of Barack Obama handling of Colonel Gaddafi in Libya. Of course, Cain would bomb all countries ending in ‘stan.
“OK, Libya. President Obama supported the uprising, correct?
“President Obama called for the removal of Gaddafi. Just want to make sure we’re talking about the same thing before I say, ‘yes I agree,’ or ‘no I didn’t agree.’ I do not agree with the way he handled it for the following reason – nope, that’s a different one. I gotta go back to, see … Got all this stuff twirling around in my head. Specifically, what are you asking me, did I agree or not disagree with Obama on?…
“Some people say as president you’re supposed to know everything. No you don’t. I believe in having all the information, as much of it as I possibly can, rather than making a decision or statement about whether I totally agree or disagree when I wasn’t privy to the situation.”
CHELSEA Clinton, daughter to Bill and Hillary Clinton, is now working as a special correspondent for American television network NBC News. She also sits on the board of IAC, the web firm that owns Match.com (for dad) and The Daily Beast (mom).
Also working at NBC and MSNBC are Jenna Bush Hager, George W. Bush’s daughter, and Meghan McCain, daughter of former Republican presidential nominee John McCain, respectively.
This is how the elite work – the SADOS (Sons and daughters of stars) – get the easiest, most delicious jobs. They do not watch Dr Who and dream of meeting a star. They are already in the TARDIS.
Jobbing hacks look on with delightful bitterness:
Glenn Thrush: “In ’08, Chelsea Clinton (in NH) told me ‘Sorry, I don’t talk to the media.’ I said, ‘But you are all grown up now.’ Now she IS the media.”
“IF you look at China, they don’t have food stamps. They don’t have the modern welfare state, and China’s growing. And so what I would do is look at the programs that LBJ gave us with the Great Society and they’d be gone,” - Michele Bachmann, would-be President of the US who wears her Christianity on her sleeve…
WHY did Silvio Berlusconi resign? Because the EU is a dictaorship. John Laughland, the Director of studies at the Paris Institute of democracy and cooperation, takes a view:
WHEN Nicolas Sarkozy and Barack Obama discussed Israel’s Prime Minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, the French leader called him a “liar,” Mr Sarkozy and the Us President replied: “You may be sick of him, but me, I have to deal with him every day”, the Times leaders opined:
Israel has existential worries, and understandably feels sometimes that it can rely only on itself. But this “ourselves alone” mentality has become distorted under Mr Netanyahu into what might be called “Millwall diplomacy”, after the famously belligerent soccer fans whose slogan became “no-one likes us, we don’t care”.
Can the world of international diplomacy be reduced to football slogans? Let’s see:
It’s all about modern methods of killing animals being better, say the Dutch. Rather than being bled to death or having their necks wrung, animals these days are sung to death and then when asleep kicked in the head by teenagers on tag.
Some, however, see the ban in the context of European history.
The long-awaited report relies on evidence whose scope and depth is far greater than any the agency has made public before, andrepresents the harshest judgment that the International Atomic Energy Agency has ever issued in its decade-long struggle to pierce the secrecy surrounding the Iranian program . . .
The report offered no estimate of how long it would take for Iran to be able to produce a nuclear weapon. But it laid out the case that Iran had moved far beyond the blackboard to create computer models of nuclear explosions in 2008 and 2009 and conducted experiments on nuclear triggers. The report said that starting in 2000, the Iranians constructed a vessel to conduct those tests, which was not shown to inspectors who visited the site five years later.
Those tests “are strong indicators of possible weapon development,” it said.
Reuters/JPost says hard UN sanctions are still unlikely. It’s all about the skewed voting system…
WHAT would you get Silvio Berlusconi as a retirement gift?
AT the G20 conference in Cannes, French president Sarkozy says, “I cannot stand him [Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu] He is a liar.” Barack Obama leaps to the defence of the leader of his country’s one ally in a region not in favour of the United States and replies: “You’re fed up with him? I have to deal with him every day!”
Who needs Wikileaks for bitchy political gossip when you have open mic night?
Herman Cain: Sharon Bialek Republican Is The Dream Kennedy-Bush-Clinton-Obama-Tiger Woods Interracial Sex Pest (Allegedly)
HERMAN Cain might be the Republican Party’s Presidential candidate. Right now he looks like the Right’s dream blend of Obama’s skin tones, Bill Clinton’s love of skin and George Dubya Bush’s view of the world. Sharon Bialek has accused Cain of sexual harassment more than a decade ago. She says Cain behaved inappropriately while he was CEO of the National Restaurant Association. She’s hired Gloria Allred as her rep. That’s the same woman who gunned for Tiger Woods.
Cain can yak all he wants about how he’s not going to talk about this stuff anymore, but that’s all anybody is going to talk about until and unless he firmly and convincingly rebuts this stuff. This drip-drip-drip is going to kill his campaign. I’d say it’s probably dead anyway.
Said New Democratic Party MP Pat Martin. ”
“Polar bears are cool but the beaver played a pivotal role in the history of Canada. It was the relentless pursuit of beaver that opened the great Northwest.”
THE British National Party’s annual conference was in Liverpool. MEP Nick Griffin praised a “hard core” delegates for attending the conference. There were about 70 people at the Wavertree Cricket Club. There wer about 30 protestors outside.
The BBC notes:
The delegates backed a motion supporting quantitative easing.
Of course, Tasmania, like Australia, does not have a president…yet.
Are you Aussies ready for President Gillard?
“I urge the self-appointed protesters to clear the site voluntarily”
Mike Pollitt, self-appointed repsonder, responds:
Only Sarah Ferguson Can Stop Julia Gillard From Replacing The Royal Family As Australia’s Head Of State
AUSTRALIAN Prime Minister Julia Gillard is for making her country a Republic. Maybe President Julia can handle the job of representing her nation to the world?
Prime Minister Julia Gillard yesterday offered one of the weirder, and saucier, greetings in modern diplomacy when she met New Zealand’s Foreign Minister, Murray McCully (right), at the official opening of CHOGM.
‘’You got an apple in your pocket?’’ she said as she met Mr McCully in the greeting line. Mr McCully looked slightly thunderstruck and Ms Gillard giggled.
‘’I’m teasing you,’’ she said.
Human rights groups have criticised Kazakhstan for its control of the media and it has never held an election judged to be free and fair by international observers. October 25, 2011
Tony Blair, the former Prime Minister, is helping the controversial government of Kazakhstan to improve its standing in the West….
Diplomatic cables sent from the Kazakh capital, Astana, and published by WikiLeaks accused the country’s politicians of widespread corruption, saying: “Corruption is endemic among Kazakhstani officialdom.”
The US cables also report: “Severe limits on ability to change their government; detainee and prisoner torture and other abuse; unhealthy prisoner conditions; arbitrary arrest and detention; lack of an independent judiciary; restrictions on freedom of speech; pervasive corruption, especially in law enforcement and the judicial system; discrimination and violence against women; trafficking in persons.” – October 23, 2011
Tony Blair may have lost one dictator friend with the death of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi. But he need not despair. He has found another autocrat to do business with in the guise of Nursultan Nazarbayev, the president of oil-rich Kazakhstan. – October 22, 2011
So when Colonel Gaddafi got his body killed until the brains died, everyone laughed, wrung their hands and spat at the front covers of newspapers featuring his cadaver. Which did look a bit like Gene Simmons in a Shalamar wig in fairness. It’s hard not to make jokes when faced with that.
Either way, no matter how quick you thought you were with your wheezes, someone beat you to it by decades.