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The World Below / - Iran - Our next war?
« on: July 03, 2012, 05:37:36 PM »

Iran lawmakers prepare to close Hormuz Strait

 Published: 2 July, 2012, 18:26
 Edited: 3 July, 2012, 02:31

Iranian lawmakers have drafted a bill that would close the Strait of Hormuz for oil tankers heading to countries supporting current economic sanctions against the Islamic Republic.

­"There is a bill prepared in the National Security and Foreign Policy committee of Parliament that stresses the blocking of oil tanker traffic carrying oil to countries that have sanctioned Iran," Iranian MP Ibrahim Agha-Mohammadi told reporters.

"This bill has been developed as an answer to the European Union's oil sanctions against the Islamic Republic of Iran."

Agha-Mohammadi said that 100 of Tehran's 290 members of parliament had signed the bill as of Sunday.

Iran's threats to block the waterway through which about 17 million barrels a day sailed in 2011 have grown in the past year as US and European sanctions aimed at starving Tehran of funds for its nuclear programme have tightened.

The Strait of Hormuz is a vital shipping route through which most of the crude exported from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Iraq and nearly all the gas exported from Qatar sails.

An EU ban on Iranian oil imports came into effect on Sunday.

Investigative journalist and historian Gareth Porter believes the bill’s introduction is a step in a series of actions that Iran can take to hamper oil shipments through the Strait of Hormuz, causing oil prices to skyrocket. 

“What we can look forward to in the coming weeks and months is that the Iranians will make a series of moves, beginning with this bill in the Majlis, threating to pass the bill; if that doesn’t have an effect, certainly going ahead with the passage,” Porter told RT. “Then first in a series of limited moves towards threatening to actually put mines in the strait to prevent the shipping of oil from going through. And then, I think, Iranians have the option of a very limited use of mines, with very few mines being dropped in this strait to try to get the price of oil to shoot up, for one thing, and to get the United States to react.”

World's 'most important oil transit chokepoint'

The US Energy Information Administration, a statistical and analytical agency within the Department of Energy, said the Strait of Hormuz was the world’s “most important oil transit chokepoint,” with a daily flow of 17 million barrels per day in 2011. This constitutes roughly 35 per cent of all seaborne traded oil, or 20 per cent of all oil traded worldwide, according to the agency.

The agency also estimates that an average 14 oil tankers passed through the strait every day last year, with a corresponding number of empty tankers entering the Persian Gulf to pick up new shipments. Over 85 per cent of the oil tankers passing through the strait were heading to destinations in East Asia, the majority of these going to China, India, South Korea and Japan.

Concerns over the Strait of Hormuz’s shutdown have prompted a number of Arab nations to seek alternative for its oil exports.

The United Arab Emirates recently unveiled the Habshan-Fujairah pipeline with a terminal in Fujairah, which is situated on the Gulf of Oman coastline past the Strait of Hormuz. The pipeline has a capacity of about 1.5 million barrels per day, still short of the UAE’s total oil production of 2.5 million barrels a day.

Iraqi officials recently announced plans to construct a pipeline to Turkey’s Mediterranean port of Ceyhan, allowing it to bypass the gulf altogether.

The Saudi Arabian East-West pipeline linking the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea is also being mulled as part of a possible bypass. However, that pipeline has a capacity of up to 5 million barrels a day, less than half the daily oil flow through the Strait of Hormuz. Saudi Arabia also recently reactivated the Iraqi Pipeline in Saudi Arabia, which also transports oil to the Red Sea, but has a comparatively meager capacity of 1.65 million barrels a day.   

Transporting oil to the Mediterranean and Red Seas still raises the question of how it would reach its Asian clients.

The shortest route appears to be through the congested Suez Canal, via the Red Sea and into the Gulf of Aden, an area prone to attacks by Somali pirates.

However, the question of how to bypass the strait appears to concern not only US allies, but Iran itself. The country recently announced plans to build a new terminal in Bandar Jask, 100 miles east of the strait. A pipeline is also set to connect Bandar Jask with the Caspian port of Neka.

General / - Economic Warfare and Manufactured Shortages of Food
« on: July 03, 2012, 05:06:31 PM »
When complaining about rising food prices in th USA don't forget about the artifical demand created by the food stamp subsidy. No more emotional nonsense about it being the only safety net for the poor. It's included in the farm bill because it helps corporate agg and "big food".

The (Big) Business of Food Stamps: “Here’s Where the Profits Come in”

"Palestine belongs to the white man" -  alot of baptists, evangelicals, and aryan nation types would agree.

When jews want to be racist they identify themselves as white.
They have learned this trick well.

Those 'white people' suddenly turn into just another oppressed minority group when they're out rabble rousing the blacks and hispanics.

General / - Arab Rage: Putin Recognized Jerusalem's Jewish Past
« on: June 29, 2012, 03:58:37 PM »
Herodotus the so-called "father of history" wrote of Palestine in the middle of the 5th century BC as being the 5th province of ancient Persia while ruled by Darius the Great and makes no mention of Israel,   nor of any Jewish temple in Jerusalem.
Book III (91)  [scroll approx 1.25 inch down the page]

Where was the ADL back then to fight this kind of bigotry?

2012 / - Bloomberg Bans 7/11 Big Gulp
« on: June 01, 2012, 10:21:47 PM »
Beverage companies have long seen that traditional soft-drinks have fallen from favor, now we have supermarkets where "pop" aisle is next to bottled-water/"vitamin water"/"energy drink" aisle where there's even more fake sweeteners & flavorings & even the water is mostly semi-purified tap water.  More profits since even corn syrup is more $$ than that stuff.

Target labels the aisle containing energy drinks as "new age beverages". Rather fitting considering what the younger generation is drinking instead of traditional soda.

At least the product placement is consistent with other substances that are toxic for human consumption.

Beyond the Pale / - Zomby Attack in Florida ?
« on: June 01, 2012, 09:52:09 PM »
I found a site that had a shot of the hobo's eaten face.  Cripes.  Supposedly the Zombie got high off of aromatic bath salts.  :o

"Bath salts" are a variety of smoke shop synthetics which gained popularity in the last 5 years. They are called bath salts and labelled "not for human consumption" to escape regulation. These synthetics are popular among the youth of the decaying middle-class. The powder is snorted in lines and is a powerful stimulant.

I'm curious who runs the offshore labs which produce this shit? My guess would be the usual suspects.

General / - Cultural Mystery - What became of the yuppies?
« on: June 01, 2012, 03:40:05 PM »
They became their parents...self-entitled mega-consumers

The World Below / - Chavez's cancer has 'entered the end stage'
« on: May 30, 2012, 10:01:12 PM »
He is referred to as a 'dictator'.
He was elected.
they were not able to control him
they can't control Evo Morales either - is he next?
Israel runs Latin America and now they are really moving in on India and China
I wish ppl could see this coming
get the word out
point things out to them so that they see

Most likely one of his light-skinned and most trusted doctor is a crypto. This old Spanish Marrano scheme was hatched in the 1400's.

General / - Saint Hitler Goes After Freemasons
« on: May 30, 2012, 12:36:33 AM »
Old films like this are always interesting.

It sums up the purpose of the freemasons. The film was powerful enough to warrant the death penalty for the producers. Available on youtube if you have not seen it yet.

General / - Saint Hitler Goes After Freemasons
« on: May 29, 2012, 10:30:58 PM »
Forces Occultes


The film recounts the life of a young député who joins the Freemasons in order to relaunch his career. He thus learns of how the Freemasons are conspiring with the Jews and the Anglo-american nations to encourage France into a war against Germany.


The film was commissioned in 1942 by the Propaganda Abteilung, a delegation of Nazi Germany's propaganda ministry within occupied France by the ex-Mason Mamy. It virulently denounces Freemasonry, parliamentarianism and Jews as part of Vichy's drive against them and seeks to prove a Jewish-Masonic plot. On France's liberation its writer Jean Marquès-Rivière, its producer Robert Muzard and its direction Jean Mamy were purged for collaboration with the enemy. On 25 November 1945, Muzard was condemned to 3 years in prison and Marquès-Rivière was condemned in his absence (he had gone into self-imposed exile) to death and degradation. Mamy had also been a journalist on L'Appel under Pierre Constantini (leader of the Ligue française d’épuration, d’entraide sociale et de collaboration européenne) and on the collaborationist journal Au pilori, and was thus condemned to death and executed at the fortress of Montrouge on 29 March 1949.


Its all just some kinky role playing fun and games til someone actually pulls the trigger. Just ask Phil Spector.

So a drunken, drug-using, germanic coed breaks into the mansion of some jewish pillars of the community? Sounds like a cut and dry case of self-defense. The only mistake was not shooting her dead...that would have saved thousands in legal fees.


The King of Israel

2012 / - Syria massacre in Houla condemned as outrage grows
« on: May 26, 2012, 10:18:02 PM »

I fear that the massacre is much worse than we initially thought. The image shows at least 150 bodies of small children, all of the exact same size. One child miraculously survived the massacre and can be seen playing "jump over the rows of dead children".

So some right wing christian conservatives compare 'a jews jew' to a Nazi?
Sounds ridiculous unless you recognize that the only reason this is getting press is to reaffirm that both parties are under the jewish yoke.

Maybe Ron Paul and his foreign policy adviser Bruce Fein will right the ship?

When the jews and their zionist cohorts started to scatter due to racial or religious persecution we would need to have a flight tax in place to recover our losses.

A couple of weeks ago I noticed a new twist in chemtrails:  afternoon sky was littered with 'em but I noticed that 3 of the chemtrails were parallel & notably didn't go all the way across the sky but started abruptly in the same spot.  To be generous I speculated that upper level winds washed them away in one area but that doesn't seem likely since all the other trails had customary trail spreading out into blanketing haze.  The 3 abrupt trails didn't show any sign of being dispersed.

I was the weird kid who found weather interesting and I can tell you that it wasn't until the mid to late '90's that I noticed persistant contrails on a regular basis. Yes, air travel really took off in the '90s and mixing parcels of different temperature and moisture level will result in clouds, but I have yet to hear a solid scientific explanation for what I have seen.

Every time a significant low pressure system is developing and or progressing into the region I notice heavy chemtrails a day before and the day of the storm. The cruising altitude of commercial jets is between 30,000 and 40,000 feet yet I see thick, dark trails much lower that morph into a low level overcast.

Here is my theory: The purpose of laying heavy trails ahead of and within a low pressure system is to utilize nature for dispersal. A low pressure system is like a vacuum which creates significant wind energy over a large area. Vertical mixing of air occurs and water droplets cling to whatever substances are present in the atmosphere and fall to the ground in the form of precipitation.

General / - The REAL Dr. Alan Grant from Jurassic Park
« on: May 21, 2012, 10:55:47 PM »
The Egyptians hated Jews, so God parted the Red Sea

The Germans hated the jews, so the United States provided 16.1 million armed personnel.

Agriculture, Food & Dining / - Espresso by Nespresso
« on: May 20, 2012, 08:34:27 PM »

Interesting review.

Affordable for expresso, but the capsule aspect is still kind of a turn off.

I prefer my old school Farberware perculator (with disc filter) over drip coffee.

General / - NIGGERS
« on: May 20, 2012, 06:56:04 PM »
Is it your job to guard the Portal and keep people from talking Freely, so you can protect and defend Rape-Nigs, Shit-Kikes and faggots?

"Nigga crimes", kikes, fags....only thing missing from this thread is a 'christian identity' angle.

General / - Shoot-out at New York hotel
« on: May 19, 2012, 11:08:01 AM »
Suspected 'Russian Mafia' meeting 

These f-ing Ruskies are ruining this courntry.

2012 / - Swedish Pension Fund Tied to Facebook IPO
« on: May 18, 2012, 04:10:36 PM »
If you are under the impression that God is a person or type of puppet-master entity, and that hell is a place, then that’s good for you, IMO, and good luck with it. I don’t believe in those Judaic concepts though.

This is hell...the demons are everywhere.

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