There are a few items today that show just how the public is being led down the garden path, a path that many do not wish to be led down, and if more knew of the deceit, practically no-one would want to visit the garden at all….
Osama Bin Laden is dead… hmm, lets see…, living in a mansion next door to an army camp… shot in head by raiding team, and very quickly buried at sea because Saudi officials didn’t want his body returned… no witnesses, no autopsy, no inquiry, body disposed of.. how convenient.
A global terrorist myth no longer required as the global security industry is now self sustaining, you have already given up your freedom for a false sense of security.. so who do we believe as to who killed Osama bin Laden and when… these convenient stories now whilst the Middle East is in turmoil and a period of change, or the more believable David Frost interview with Benazir Bhutto in 2007, a woman that was herself murdered for speaking out.
The more cynical would think that there are those who relish a reaction from the Muslim world, a chance to extend this never ending war to those countries on the ‘we just need the right reason’ hit list such as Iran or Syria.
In a joint statement, EU president Herman Van Rompuy and European Commission president Jose Manuel Barroso said Bin Laden’s killing was “a major achievement in our efforts to rid the world of terrorism”.
But the head of the parliament’s human rights commission, Finnish ecologist Heidi Hautala, said it would have been “much better if he had been brought, alive, to face justice”.
Quite so, but that could have been either impossible or just too inconvenient for those who had been funding and protecting him.
Still on the subject of the global security industry, the European Commission to Trinidad and Tobago earlier this year blanked the Caricom Agency for Crime and Security (Impacs) a multi-million-dollar grant to fund a regional security project after the EC expressed concern that the agency was not operating with proper procurement, auditing and accounting standards and internal controls. (source)
Talk about the pot calling the kettle black, the unelected EU whose own procurement, auditing, accounting standards and internal controls are questionable beyond belief, its accounts not having been signed off for 15 years, tries to give away millions of your tax money and then dares to criticize another organisation outside of its jurisdiction. Just remember that your silence is taken as approval by these unelected money laundering EU crooks.
Finally, In an EU Press release the European
Mafia Commission adopted a Decision on how free emission allowances should be allocated from 2013 to industrial installations covered by the EU Emissions Trading System (EU ETS).
Despite the debunking of Global Warming and stats from numerous sources showing Global temperatures are actually flat or going down the EU is determined to make one last attempt at a mass money laundering scheme.
Although auctioning will become the main principle for allocating allowances as of 2013 under the EU ETS, the Decision sets out the rules, including the benchmarks of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions performance, to be used by the member States in calculating the number of allowances to be allocated for free annually until 2020, to industry sectors deemed to be exposed to significant competition from outside the EU. (taxpayer subsidisation under a different name)
The EU member States are expected to collect the necessary activity data for each relevant installation in their territory, and submit it to the Commission by 30 September 2011. Based on these data, preliminary free allocation per installation will be calculated for each year until 2020. The final allocation per installation is expected to be released in 2012. To this end, the Commission’s Directorate-General for Climate Action has developed guidance papers to ensure harmonized implementation of the allocation rules by member States, including a data collection template. [EU Press Release]
Think the Garden is rosy? A trip to specsavers is in order then.