by Lou Collinsin News, ResearchComments Off on “Tony Blair does posting this video make me an extremist.. ?”
So Tony Blair is to become the chairman of an organisation that combats anti-Semitism and racism in Europe.
I decided to take a deeper look into the Jewish faith and I was stunned at some thing I found; a friend told me to look in to The Talmud, something I had never heard of.
Well what I found has stunned me and I am now wondering if this is true and if so who exactly follows the teachings of the Talmud..
And if the Talmud teachings I am seeing are correct and I make public my thoughts on these teachings of will this class me as an extremist and will I have the war mongering murderer Tony Blair hunting me down.
Would like some more feed back & confirmation of some these writings of The Talmud…
“A Gentile girl who is three years old can be violated.” — .9boda Sarah 37a.
16. “A Jew may violate but not marry a non-Jewish girl.” — &ad. Shas. 2:2.
17. “A Jew may do to a non-Jewess what he can do. He may treat her as he treats a piece of meat.” –Hadarine, 20, B; Schulchan 9ruch, Choszen Hamiszpat 348.
18. “A Jew may misuse the non-Jewess in her state of unbelief.” — Maimonides, Jak. Chasaka 2:2.
These are just a tiny snippets of some of the teachings, here is a video with some more info.
Letters from the 1980s have been released, in which MP Geoffrey Dickens called for then-Home Secretary Leon Brittan to ban a pro-paedophilia group.
The letters between Lord Brittan and Mr Dickens, who died in 1995, have been made public after a Freedom of Information request from the BBC. The BBC submitted the FOI request for these documents to be made public last summer, when the story of the “Dickens’ dossier” made national headlines.
A dossier (one of 5 dossiers on Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE) activity ) was handed to Leon Brittan On 23 November 1983 by Mr Dickens.
Prior to his death Leon Brittan at first alleged he could not remember the dossier, but claimed that “My Private Secretary would have been present at the meeting
P.I.E. was never banned and the dossiers have not been found, raising questions as to motivations behind this ‘seeming’ incompetence
So why TOE SUCKER?
Well, David Mellor’s name appears as an attendee at the Dickens/Brittan meeting on 23rd Nov 1983.
However, David Mellor says the Home Office under Leon Brittan would never have tried to cover up child abuse and ‘that he is surprised, with hindsight, that Leon Brittan didn’t get someone else to sit in on the meeting……….
Well – Brittan did – and the newly released documents show that MELLOR WAS THERE!
Mellor also states that 1984 allegations of CSA against Leon Brittan never made it into the press………….
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Greece to miss €300m IMF loan repayment. Greek finance ministry officially rejects creditors’ bailout proposal!
And just like that, after effectively defaulting to the IMF a month ago, Greece has just re-effectively re-defaulted to the same IMF on its payment due tomorrow, which now will not be made, just as predicted.
Then, adding to the confusion, Greek PM Tsipras tweeted some token statement which for some inexpicable reason had a photo of himself in the tweet:
The Government will not accept extreme proposals. Our people have suffered enough during the past five years.
Just like that, Greece has called the troika’s bluff and put the ball back into creditors’ court. For their part, Europe expects a re-counter proposal to the troika’s original counter proposal by June 8:
The Euro Working Group expects Greece to respond to an EU proposal to conclude the country’s bailout by June 8, according to a person familiar with the talks.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on NASA’s Martian ‘Flying Saucer’ to Launch Test Flight Saturday: Watch Live
Editor’s update: NASA has delayed the launch of its Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator to no earlier than Saturday, June 6, at 1:30 p.m. ET. The story below has been updated with new launch target times.
NASA now aims to launch a flight test Saturday (June 6) of an innovative “flying saucer” that could help humans land on Mars in the future, and you can watch the dramatic action live.
The space agency’s Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) test vehicle is scheduled to launch from the Hawaiian island of Kauai no earlier than 1:30 p.m. EDT (1730 GMT; 0730 local Hawaiian time) on Saturday, borne aloft by a giant balloon. You can watch the test live on Space.com, courtesy of NASA TV, beginning at 1 p.m. EDT (1700 GMT). The launch was originally slated for Tuesday, but NASA has delayed the flight repeatedly due to strong winds and rough ocean conditions.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Replace Your Face: Anti-Surveillance 3D-Printed Mask Lets You Pass As Someone Else
Chicago-based artist Leo Selvaggio has started URME Surveillance, who aim to produce a prosthetic mask that could potentially render CCTV tracking and tracing obsolete. Different levels of product will be available, from inexpensive paper versions, to state-of-the-art 3D-printed models. Selvaggio wants to make his face available to all his users to wear in public, will full permission to anyone, anywhere to become his virtual doppelgänger.
One of the most widely deployed police and NSA surveillance systems is called Virtual Shield, and can not only track you, but can also pull up all of our corresponding information as well. The URME mask would make this impossible.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Is this a Joke? Startup Invents Water Bottle That Tells you When to Drink
We spend money we don’t have on gadgets that give a convenience we don’t need, and we’ll do it all over again next year when our devices are obsolete. And the tech industry loves cranking out gadgets and apps that take the thinking out of life. They want to create a world where all of your appliances are connected to the internet, tracking your health and habits, and telling you what you need to do.
But do we really need our watches to count our calories and remind us to exercise? Do we need our fridge to tell us when to eat, and what to order for lunch? Will this new age of technology fulfill our lives, or will spend our remaining days working in jobs we hate, to pay for gadgets that tell us what to do when we’re not working?
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Leon Brittan Paedophile Information Exchange: Leon Brittan ‘opposed banning pro-child sex campaign group’
Leon Brittan opposed banning a notorious pro-paedophile group, new papers suggest.
Released after 32 years, the documents show an MP wrote to the late Home Secretary calling for the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE) to be outlawed – but his plea was rebuffed.
Tory Geoffrey Dickens insisted he ‘shall not rest’ until PIE was illegal and he was happy to put ‘tremendous pressure’ on Margaret Thatcher’s government.
But when he met Mr Dickens to discuss the letter, Brittan apparently preferred to see ‘how the present law stood’.
According to the BBC, which obtained minutes of the meeting under freedom of information laws, Lord Brittan also objected to a ban on PIE.
The minutes read: “There was however the fundamental objection to banning an organisation that if members of the organisation were doing a mischief, it was the mischief which ought to be banned, not the organisation.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Old Bailey terror trial collapses after prosecution offers no evidence
A terrorism trial taking place at the Central Criminal Court collapsed yesterday after the prosecution told the court that there was no longer a reasonable prospect of a prosecution. The defendant, Swedish national Bherlin Gildo, was accused of possessing terrorist information, attending a terrorist training camp and receiving weapons training.
Gildo’s defence team argued that the groups he was accused of supporting in Syria were the same groups that had received support from British intelligence agencies.
Henry Blaxland QC told the court:
“If it is the case that HM government was actively involved in supporting armed resistance to the Assad regime at a time when the defendant was present in Syria and himself participating in such resistance, it would be unconscionable to allow the prosecution to continue.
If government agencies, of which the prosecution is a part, are themselves involved in the use of force, in whatever way, it is our submission that would be an affront to justice to allow the prosecution to continue.”
The collapse of the case will have huge implications for the police in making arrests under schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act. According to investigative research blog UndercoverInfo, an example is the David Miranda case.
Following the Gildo case, UndercoverInfo says the arrest of people supporting militias that the British Government overtly or tacitly support may be unlikely.