Daily Archives: January 2, 2007

Kidney racket not ruled out in child killings

Zeenews | Dec 31, 2006 

Police believe the two were psychopathic serial killers who would lure children into the house, sexually abuse and strangle them and later dump the bodies in a drain behind the house.
 
Even as police in Uttar Pradesh sent teams to Punjab to raid the house of a businessman accused of conniving with his domestic help in the gruesome sexual abuse and murder of several children in Noida, many locals believe the killings could be part of a large organ trading racket.

A senior police official said: “Parents of some missing children in Noida say the victims could have been used for extraction of kidneys, which is much in demand in the contraband human organ trading racket.”

The locals have also tried to draw the attention of the authorities to the presence of a neighbourhood doctor who had been arrested in connection with an organ sale racket a few months ago.

Police in Noida found 16 human skulls and the skeletal remains of children as well as torn bits of clothing from a drain behind a house in Noida’s Sector 31 that belongs to a businessman from Punjab, Sardar Mohinder Singh Pandhera.

EU expands to 27 countries

Times of Malta | Jan 1, 2007  

For those that think the European Union is just another “country” like the “United States”, think again. The EU is one of three “regional government” blocs in the Global Union or World Government administrative system being set up incremementally behind the backs of the great dumbed-down masses by the Bilderberg Group cabal of bankers and royalty and their various minions such as the CFR and Trilateral Commission. Next to come are the North American Union (later to become the Pan-American Union including South America) and then the Asian Union which will cover most of the Pacific and the Asian Continent including parts of the former Soviet Union. The African Union, parts of the former Soviet Union and parts of the Middle East are to be subsumed under the EU apparently. In all cases, human rights, the middle classes and national sovereignty are to be relegated to the dustbin of history. This is very simply about the centralization and consolidation of power by the few over the many, otherwise known as world domination, the wet-dream of the elite. So enjoy the New World Order, brought to you by Freemasonry Incorporated whose occult (hidden) agenda is at the root of all of these machinations. And if you don’t like the New World Order, fight against it with everything you’ve got.

PW
 
The European Union will today celebrate the completion of its fifth round of enlargement by admitting Bulgaria and Romania, bringing the number of member states up to 27.

The previous enlargement was in 2004 when the EU expanded by eight new members to the east and two in the Mediterranean.

However, the latest enlargement will probably be the last for years. The Union is officially in a “period of reflection” after France and the Netherlands rejected the European Constitution in referendums and EU leaders have said they would prefer to settle the issue before allowing more countries to join.

The President of the European Commission, José Manuel Barroso described the entry of the new two member states as a historic occasion.

“I congratulate the people and leaders of Bulgaria and Romania for the courage, determination and work in preparing for membership.

Anger over Saddam hanging spills into streets; mob breaks into Shiite shrine

Associated Press | Jan 01, 2007  

The current Sunni protests, which appear to be building, could signal a spreading militancy.

Enraged crowds protested the hanging of deposed president Saddam Hussein across Iraq’s Sunni Muslim heartland Monday, as a mob in Samara broke the locks off a bomb-damaged Shiite Muslim shrine and marched through carrying a mock coffin and photo of the dictator.

The demonstration in the Golden Dome, shattered in a bombing by Sunni extremists 10 months ago, suggests many Sunnis may now more actively support the small number of militants fighting against the country’s Shiite-dominated government. The Feb. 22 bombing of the shrine triggered the current cycle of retaliatory attacks between Sunnis and Shiites, in the form of daily bombings, kidnappings and murders.

Monday’s protest came on a day that saw the U.S. military kill six Iraqis during a raid on the offices of a prominent Sunni political figure, who was suspected of giving al-Qaida in Iraq fighters sanctuary.

Until Saddam’s execution Saturday, most Sunnis sympathized with militants but avoided taking a direct role in the sectarian conflict — despite attacks by Shiite militia that have killed thousands of Sunnis or driven them from their homes. The current Sunni protests, which appear to be building, could signal a spreading militancy.

Saddam’s killing precedence for New World Order

India Daily | Dec 30, 2006  

This is the new world order. It is a sad day for those who believed in modern civilization. Saddam was the ‘butcher of Baghdad’. But new ‘butchers of Baghdad’ killed him.

Indian leaders quietly expressed their disappointment at Saddam’s killing by his opponents. India is disappointed. There are two reasons for that. First, it is a precedent where a powerful nation can use United Nation, lie about ‘weapons of mass destruction’ and demonstrate its might to get into a country, devastate the same, put a puppet Government in the middle of a civil war and then execute the former head of the state.

This is the new world order. It is a sad day for those who believed in modern civilization. Saddam was the ‘butcher of Baghdad’. But new ‘butchers of Baghdad’ killed him. This is the same way Spain conquered Central and South America. This is the same way colonial powers emerging from dark ages of Europe captured kingdoms and colonized them systematically.

India is disappointed because it sets a very dangerous precedence. It is similar to many head of Pakistani Government leaders like Bhutto who was hanged by his opponent in the Military. The precedence is dangerous because now any one, who can demonstrate superior military power, can tell the world, ‘if they could do it, so can we.’

Bush Silences a Dangerous Witness

Consortium News Dec 30, 2006 

Like a blue-blood version of a Mob family with global reach, the Bushes have eliminated one more key witness to the important historical events that led the U.S. military into a bloody stalemate in Iraq and pushed the Middle East to the brink of calamity.

The hanging of Saddam Hussein was supposed to be – as the New York Times observed – the “triumphal bookend” to George W. Bush’s invasion of Iraq. If all had gone as planned, Bush might have staged another celebration as he did after the end of “major combat,” posing under the “Mission Accomplished” banner on May 1, 2003.

But now with nearly 3,000 American soldiers killed and the Iraqi death toll exceeding 600,000 by some estimates, Bush may be forced to savor the image of Hussein dangling at the end of a rope a little more privately.

Still, Bush has done his family’s legacy a great service while also protecting secrets that could have embarrassed other senior U.S. government officials.

He has silenced a unique witness to crucial chapters of the secret history that stretched from Iran’s Islamic revolution in 1979 to the alleged American-Saudi “green light” for Hussein to attack Iran in 1980, through the eight years of the Iran-Iraq War during which high-ranking U.S. intermediaries, such as Donald Rumsfeld and Robert Gates, allegedly helped broker supplies of war materiel for Hussein.

Hussein now won’t be around to give troublesome testimony about how he obtained the chemical and biological agents that his scientists used to produce the unconventional weapons that were deployed against Iranian forces and Iraqi civilians. He can’t give his perspective on who got the money and who facilitated the deals.

Nor will Hussein be available to give his account of the mixed messages delivered by George H.W. Bush’s ambassador April Glaspie before Hussein’s 1990 invasion of Kuwait. Was there another American “green light” or did Hussein just hear what he wanted to hear?

Like the climactic scene from the Mafia movie “Casino” in which nervous Mob bosses eliminate everyone who knows too much, George W. Bush has now guaranteed that there will be no public tribunal where Hussein gives testimony on these potentially devastating historical scandals, which could threaten the Bush Family legacy.