"Am I therefore become your enemy,because I TELL YOU THE TRUTH...?"
(Galatians 4:16)

Saturday, June 20, 2009

Witnesses report fierce clashes on Tehran streets

Police beat protesters and fired tear gas and water cannons at thousands who rallied Saturday in open defiance of Iran's clerical government, sharply escalating the most serious internal conflict since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
Eyewitnesses described fierce clashes near Revolution Square in central Tehran after some 3,000 protesters, many wearing black, chanted "Death to the dictator!" and "Death to dictatorship!" Police fired tear gas, water cannons and guns but it was not immediately clear if they were firing live ammunition...

Supreme Leader:"Iran Vote Was ‘Definitive Victory’"

AP: Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei offered no concession to opposition supporters who are demanding the elections be canceled and held again. He blamed Great Britain and Iran's external enemies for the unrest, vigorously defending the ruling system in his first public comments since supporters of challenger Mir Hossein Mousavi flooded the streets.

Supreme Leader: Halt Iran Protests

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei defends Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as the rightful winner of the elections that have sparked massive street protests.

Amnesty says 15 killed in Iran protests

LONDON-based rights group Amnesty International says it believes 15 people have been been killed in Iran amid protests since disputed elections last week.
There have been mass protests since hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was declared winner of the presidential poll ahead of the more moderate Mir Hossein Mousavi.

Iranian opposition to keep up protests

Iran's opposition planned to defy a ban on a new rally to be addressed by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's main rival after the nation's supreme leader demanded an end to street protests.
Tehran has witnessed daily demonstrations since the disputed re-election of Ahmadinejad last week drew claims from his rival Mir Hossein Mousavi of massive vote fraud.

90.000 Iranians in Paris for Democracy and Free Election in Iran

In Paris 90.000 Iranians are now protesting against the suppresive measure of the clerical regime inside Iran, and ask for Free Election in Iran under suppervision of the United Nations. They also show their support to the woman, man, students, workers, and all other Iranians who are now protesting inside Iran against the mullahs regime and for freedom in Iran.

Rooftop defiance sets up showdown:Shouts heard throughout Iranian capital as ayatollah appears to OK crackdown

Citizen-generated videos sent via the Internet from Iran show rooftop shouts tonight in Tehran of "Allahu Akbar," the same "Allah is great" chant Ayatollah Khomeini-inspired revolutionaries used in 1979 to overthrow the Shah. The rooftop protest continued despite a speech by Ayatollah Khamenei at today's prayer services in Tehran in which the supreme leader declared incumbent Mahmoud Ahmadinejad the absolute victor in the presidential election and threatened serious consequences if street protests continued in support of reform candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi, who has disputed the results as fraudulent.

Iran’s Supreme Leader Declares "How Can Vote Rigging Happen...?"

The New York Times: In his first public response to days of protests, Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, sternly warned opponents Friday to stay off the streets and denied opposition claims that last week’s disputed election was rigged, praising the ballot as an “epic moment that became a historic moment.”...

Iran's leader:"End protests or risk "bloodshed"..."

Iran's supreme leader sought Friday to end the deepening crisis over disputed elections with one decisive speech—declaring the vote will almost certainly stand and sternly warning opposition leaders to end street protests or be held responsible for any "bloodshed and chaos" to come. But a first sign of possible resistance came shortly after nightfall in Tehran. Cries of "Death to the dictator!" and "Allahu akbar"—"God is great"—rang from rooftops in what's become a nightly ritual of opposition unity.

Basij Militia Allegedly Use Axes, Daggers to Attack Iranian Protesters

They're the most feared men on the streets of Iran.The pro-government Basij militia has held back its full fury during this week's street demonstrations.But witnesses say the force has unleashed its violence in shadowy nighttime raids, attacking suspected opposition sympathizers with axes, daggers, sticks and other crude weapons.At least once, the militiamen opened fire on a crowd of strone-throwing protesters. State media said seven were killed...

Cyber warriors join fight against censors and foil Iran’s bid to silence bloggers

In the Canary restaurant on Westwood Boulevard in Los Angeles, where nearly every shop and café is Iranian-owned, pictures of the demonstrations run constantly on a battered television tuned to one of more than 20 Persian TV stations in the city. In a corner, photographs of the Shah are a reminder of a call to arms from an earlier generation, who fled Iran after the Islamic Revolution.....

Speculation mounts over Kim Jong Il's health

Speculation over the declining health of Kim Jong Il has intensified after reports that North Korea is trying to buy high-tech medical equipment from abroad.
Reports in the South Korean media yesterday suggested that the “Dear Leader” could be in significantly worse condition than previously thought, and that doctors may be struggling to prevent a rapid decline in his health...

North Korea Warns U.S. of "Thousand-Fold" Military Action

North Korea warned Wednesday of a "thousand-fold" military retaliation against the U.S. and its allies if provoked, the latest threat in a drumbeat of rhetoric in defense of its rogue nuclear program.
Japanese and South Korean news reports said North Korea is preparing an additional site for test-firing a long-range missile capable of striking the U.S...

Thursday, June 18, 2009

POLICE STATE WATCH:Australian Man Tasered Up to 28 Times,Dies

Police in Australia are to review how they use Taser guns after the death of a man in Queensland who was stunned possibly as much as 28 times by one of the powerful electronic weapons....

Are Protests "Low-Level Terrorism"...?:Pentagon Pulls Question That Called Protests a Form of Terrorism

The Pentagon has removed a controversial question from its anti-terrorism training exam that labeled “protests” a form of “low-level terrorism,” calling the question “poorly worded.”
A Pentagon spokesman said the question failed to make clear the difference between illegal violent demonstrations and constitutionally protected peaceful protests
.Civil libertarians and activist groups, interviewed by FOXNews.com for a story that appeared on Wednesday, had objected strongly to the exam question, which a Department of Defense employee had printed and given to the American Civil Liberties Union...

Cash to become extinct as chips take off

CASH is accelerating down the path to extinction as new technologies threaten to mark the end of loose change within a decade.Bank and credit union bosses say cash won't be alone, with wallets and credit cards also likely to disappear too.
They told The Advertiser's round table forum that cash and cards will be replaced by computer chips embedded in mobile phones, watches or other portable devices...

Farkash:"Street protests beginning of end for Iran"

Israeli forecasts regarding the impact of the demonstrations in Iran diverged on Wednesday, with former Military Intelligence chief Maj.-Gen. (res.) Aharon Zeevi Farkash predicting the uprising in Teheran was the beginning of the end for the ayatollah regime...

Mousavi and tens of thousands of supporters rally in Teheran

Tens of thousands of black-clad protesters filled the streets of Teheran again Thursday, joining opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi to mourn demonstrators killed in clashes over Iran's disputed election....

Nine Videos Show Mass Crowd in Tehran as Mousavi Leads "Mourning March"

Iran:"We foiled Israeli-linked bomb plot"

The Iranian Intelligence Ministry on Thursday claimed to have foiled an Israeli-linked terror plot to plant bombs in mosques and other crowded places in Teheran during last week's presidential election. State broadcaster IRIB quoted a ministry statement as saying several terrorist groups had been discovered, adding they were "in contact with Iran's foreign enemies, including the Zionist entity."

Blair:"ME peace possible "within a year""

An Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement could be reached "within the year," but only if all sides agree to peaceful negotiations, Quartet Middle East envoy Tony Blair said in an interview to be broadcast Friday.

Obama fires two more inspector generals who were critical of him...?

He was appointed with fanfare as the public watchdog over the government's multi-billion dollar bailout of the nation's financial system. But now Neil Barofsky is embroiled in a dispute with the Obama administration that delayed one recent inquiry and sparked questions about his ability to freely investigate....

NWO WATCH:"Time for "New World Order":Brazilian President..."

The global financial crisis has reduced the differences between nations and created the opportunity to form a new world order,Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said Wednesday...

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Sarkozy says Iran election a fraud"

As the landslide victory of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Iran's disputed election provoked unrest, French President Nicolas Sarkozy denounces the result of Friday's vote as a "fraud." "The extent of the fraud is proportional to the violent reaction," Sarkozy said Tuesday. "It is a tragedy, but it is not negative to have a real-opinion movement that tries to break its chains."
PS:This is an article from PRESSTV,so note the beginning of it...."as the landslide victory...."This is the official mouth piece for the iranian regime.
As in the days of Noah...

Did Obama Break the Law in Firing of Inspector General...?

Right Pundits: Gerald Walpin: Obama Inspector General Firing Scandal
Fox News: Former AmeriCorps Official Says Obama Removed Him for 'Doing My Job'
Right Pundits: Gerald Walpin, who until last week was the chief internal watchdog for AmericCorps and other service programs, claims that he was fired without warning. That would be a violation of the 2008 Inspectors General Reform Act. The law states that firing an inspector general requires 30 days warning and a written explanation. According to Walpin, he only received a written notice after he was fired. Senate Republicans are now demanding an investigation into the firing.

NWO WATCH:Ahmadinejad stresses need for a "New World Order"

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad calls for the creation of a new world order in dealing with the many challenges arising in the international political arena.“What we need now is a dramatic change in world political thought,” said President Ahmadinejad in a Tuesday address to the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) in Moscow.

BIG BROTHER WATCH:National Security Agency has ability to collect, read domestic e-mails of Americans on widespread basis...

The National Security Agency is facing renewed scrutiny over the extent of its domestic surveillance program, with critics in Congress saying its recent intercepts of the private telephone calls and e-mail messages of Americans are broader than previously acknowledged, current and former officials said.
PICTURE LEFT:Kenneth L. Wainstein testified about surveillance in Fall 2007 at a Senate committee hearing.(Alex Wong/Getty Images)

Hu and Putin in Moscow....

The presidents of Russia and China on Wednesday called for a diplomatic push to resolve tensions over the nuclear programs of Iran and North Korea after wide-ranging talks in Moscow.
In a joint statement Chinese President Hu Jintao and Russia's Dmitry Medvedev also made a thinly veiled attack on the United States, saying no country should base its defense on expanding military alliances and building missile defenses.

--Dollar drops on reserve currency doubts...
--China sells US bonds to 'show concern'...
--Beijing orders 'Buy China' for stimulus projects...
--China, Russia to Use Each Other's Currencies in Trade...

Iranians tweet their displeasure

Iranians abroad protest election

Iranian bloggers upload clash video

IRAN PROTESTS:The Fifth Day.....

Iranian opposition leader calls for rally Thursday

Iranian opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi issued a direct challenge Wednesday to the country's supreme leader and cleric-led system, calling for a mass rally to protest disputed election results and violence against his followers.
A crackdown on dissent continued, with more arrests of opposition figures reported, and the country's most powerful military force — the Revolutionary Guard — saying that Iranian Web sites and bloggers must remove any materials that "create tension" or face legal action....

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Backers of Iran's Mousavi aim to keep up protests

Lebanese Shiite Politician Criticizes Iranian Regime:"Its Path is Unacceptable"

Video Shows Iranian Paramilitaries Shooting at Protesters

Channel 4: Shots have been fired during a huge rally in support of the defeated presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi. Witnesses say people ran from the scene in panic, as several armed men opened fire. And there are also reports of gunfire in three areas of northern Tehran. Tens of thousands of people had gathered in central Tehran to back Mousavi's call for new elections after the hard-line president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was swept back to power.

New YouTube Video Shows Iranian Gunman Firing on Crowd With AK-47

Fox News: The footage broadly matches an incident that took place Monday evening in Tehran, as young protesters broke into a compound used by the Basij paramilitary force. Seven were reported killed as Basij members fired upon them.

Iran Rules Our Annulement,Tehran crowds gather

Iran's top legislative body on Tuesday ruled out annulling a disputed presidential poll that has prompted the biggest street protests since the 1979 Islamic revolution, but said it was prepared for a partial recount.
NOTE:Reuters reports as follows from its website:"EDITORS' NOTE: Reuters coverage is now subject to an Iranian ban on foreign media leaving the office to report, film or take pictures in Tehran."....(PS:So much for freedom of speech....right....?)
Following....a "Pro-Ahmadinejad Rally"...as broadcasted by "state official" PressTV....

Iran attempts to "SILENCE MEDIA"...:BBC NEWS

RUSSIA CHALLENGES DOLLAR:Medvedev calls for "New Reserve Currencies"

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev says the world needs new reserve currencies.
Medvedev told a regional summit Tuesday that the creation of new reserve currencies in addition to the dollar is needed to stabilize global finances.Medvedev has made the proposal before. It reflects both the Kremlin's push for greater international clout and a concern shared by other countries that soaring U.S. budget deficits could spur inflation and weaken the dollar...

Russia hosts first BRIC summit:India and Pakistan meet

Leaders of emerging world powers discussed reducing their reliance on the United States, as well as boosting security and trade at two summits on Tuesday hosted by Russia but excluding the West.
The range of topics on the agenda and the line-up of presidents attending showed the growing economic and political power of the world's emerging nations, including India and China, and their desire to find new ways of co-operating

Russian veto ends UN mission to Georgia

Russia has brought to an end the nearly 16-year-old U.N. observer mission that monitored a cease-fire between Georgia and its breakaway Abkhazia region.
Russia exercised its veto power in the U.N. Security Council — toppling a Western plan to extend the life of the U.N. mission for another year, or even two more weeks, to work out a compromise
. The vote late Monday was 10-1 with four abstentions — China, Vietnam, Libya and Uganda.

ABC turns programming to Obama:News to be anchored from "INSIDE WHITE HOUSE"...

On the night of June 24, the media and government become one, when ABC turns its programming over to President Obama and White House officials to push government run health care -- a move that has ignited an ethical firestorm...!

Aide to Kim Jong Un devised plan to assassinate Kim Jong Nam

An aide to Kim Jong Un, the third and youngest son of North Korean leader Kim Jong Ill, planned to assassinate Kim Jong Nam, the eldest son of Kim Jong Ill, KBS television reported Monday.
The plan was foiled by Chinese authorities, KBS said, citing a Chinese government source.

Son of North Korea's Kim visits China as heir

The youngest son of North Korean leader Kim Jong-il secretly visited China last week and his hosts were told he had been appointed heir to the ruling family dynasty, Japan's Asahi newspaper reported on Tuesday.

North Korea's anti-sanctions rally

Lee and Obama to discuss North Korean threats

As North Korea threatens nuclear war, President Barack Obama and South Korean President Lee Myung-bak will be eager to show the North the unity of their alliance and a determination not to back down.
North Korea's pledge to expand its nuclear programs gives their meeting Tuesday at the White House a sense of urgency. The presidents probably will express their refusal to accept the North as a nuclear weapons state and condemn recent missile and nuclear tests

Landmark ruling ends "blogger" anonymity...

Thousands of bloggers who operate behind the cloak of anonymity have no right to keep their identities secret, the High Court ruled today
In a landmark decision, Mr Justice Eady refused to grant an order to protect the anonymity of a police officer who is the author of a blog called NightJack....

Iran ready to recount disputed vote

Iranian Protestors:"WE FIGHT....WE DIE...";Protests Continue,More Mass Rallies,Recount Ready...

--Iran Leaders Will Stop Poll Protests, Says Columbia’s Bulliet
--Report: 7 Killed in Tehran Clashes After Rally
--Iran's supreme leader becomes political referee
--Twitter streams break Iran news dam
--Protesters plan more mass rallies in Iran...
--Hardliners Open Fire...
--Speed of vote count called suspicious...
--Mousavi says not optimistic on Iran election appeal
--Iran's Khatami supports peaceful protest
--EU leads international pressure on Iran over vote
--U.N.'s Ban says respect Iranian people's will
--WIRE: No-win situation for Obama team on Iran...
--Obama: Voters' Voices Should Be Heard
--U.S. Urges Iran to Accept Invite to Nuclear Talks


Monday, June 15, 2009

Life in paradise as Guantanamo Four take a dip, eat ice cream, and plan first Uighur restaurant in British territory of Bermuda...

Huge Iran Rally Defies Crackdown Threat

NWO WATCH:South African police trained in "crowd control techniques"

The 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa is a year away, but police there have already begun to be trained in crowd control techniques.The coaches sharing their World Cup experience are French riot police and gendarmes.

PS:I don't buy this for a minute....Now they're finding more "good excuses" to train police to control the "masses"...don't you wonder why....?
The NWO is active and kicking in all fronts...Everything is getting staged for the next level and being rehearsed and prepared over and over again,for the time when the antichrist takes over...
We are very near that day today...they're gonna try to control the crowds that "Resist the NWO"...it'll be late then...Either you comply...or else...It is all written and it's all happening as the Lord said it will.
The NWO is now in the open making its move....and it's coming to America to a town near you too soon...very soon.....
As in the days of Noah

Videos the Iranian Government Doesn’t Want You to See

AP photographer:"1 dead as militia fires on protesters"...

Gunmen have fired on opposition protesters at a massive march over alleged election fraud, killing at least one person. An Associated Press photographer saw one person shot dead and several others who appear seriously wounded in Tehran's Azadi Square. The shooting came from a compound for volunteer militia linked to Iran's powerful Revolutionary Guard.The gunfire Monday came after more than 100,000 opponents of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad streamed through Tehran. They were not challenged by security forces despite an earlier ban on rallies for reformist leader Mir Hossein Mousavi.

Iranians Rally Outside Iran...

Iranian demonstrators show placards against Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad during a demonstration outside the United Nations office in Kuala Lumpur June 15, 2009. Malaysian police used teargas to break up a crowd of around 500 Iranians demonstrating outside the United Nations mission against Iran's contested presidential election, a Reuters photographer said.(REUTERS/Bazuki Muhammad)

Hundreds of Iranian presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi's supporters attend a protest, in front of the Iranian Consulate, in Dubai, Monday, June 15, 2009. Iran's supreme leader ordered Monday an investigation into allegations of election fraud, marking a stunning turnaround by the country's most powerful figure and offering hope to opposition forces who have waged street clashes to protest the re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.(AP Photo/Farhad Berahman)
For how long does Ahmadinejad and the mullahs think they can "Control by beatings and repressing" the people of Iran....?
I think the people has spoken...
Ahmadinejad is trying to perpetuate himself by FRAUD....just his thugish style....
Cutting phone lines,SMS,texting,disrupting satellites,arresting BBC reporters,arresting around 100 opposition leaders and activists...Beating and shooting protesters....
Do they think that the world doesn't know....?
Do they think the world doesn't see it....?
It is a high time to pray for Iran,for its people,for all those that are now in jail because of UNJUSTICE...and there I include not only christians but many others that just because they want freedom of speech--just to name one case--are tortured and beaten day in and out.
They are all suffering not knowing when theyre gonna be killed...
It is a high time to lift Iran and its wicked leaders in prayer--may the Lord will shine on them and they'll repent of their sin and quit oppressing their own.
My heart goes out to all iranians:those that ARE in Iran today and those that are outside of Iran and have family and friends back home.
If you are one of them--know that here in America many,many of us christians are praying for you and your families and loved ones.Know that we care and we believe God can still move His Hand upon your beloved land.
As in the days of Noah....

Third day after elections,iranians rally by the thousands

Supporters of reformist presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi carry his poster, during a rally in Azadi street in Tehran, Monday, June 15, 2009. Hundreds of thousands of supporters of the reformist presidential candidate attend a silent rally against new elected hard line president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.(AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili)

Pro-reform marchers fill Tehran streets

Tens of thousands of supporters of pro-reform leader Mir Hossein Mousavi are streaming through the center of Tehran in a boisterous protest against election results that declared President Mamoud Ahmadinejad the winner.
The crowd — many wearing the trademark green color of Mousavi's campaign — was headed toward the capital's huge Freedom Square in the largest display of opposition unity since Friday's elections ended with Mousavi claiming widespread fraud.

Sunday, June 14, 2009

NWO WATCH:Privacy may be a victim in cyberdefense plan:Obama's vow to protect civil liberties may be difficult to put into practice...

A plan to create a new Pentagon cybercommand is raising significant privacy and diplomatic concerns, as the Obama administration moves ahead on efforts to protect the nation from cyberattack and to prepare for possible offensive operations against adversaries’ computer networks.

Iran Puts Curbs on Media After Disputed Election

Iranian authorities criticized international media reports and took steps to control the flow of information from independent news sources as anti-government protests raged in the country for a second day Sunday...

Rage Smolders in Iran

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Sunday defended his weekend election victory while security forces cracked down on opposition leaders and demonstrators, who staged a second day of violent protests across the capital and in other Iranian cities.
The standoffs represent the biggest domestic unrest since authorities put down student riots at Tehran University a decade ago...

Iran Opposition Seeks Fatwa Against Ahmadinejad

A spokesman for Iranian presidential candidate Mir-Hossein Mousavi says his camp will keep pushing to change the results of Friday's election that gave incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad a landslide win. "We are going to stay in the streets and ask the mullahs to give fatwas that Ahmedinejad is not our president. We are going to ask the Leader, through the will of the people, to change his mind," said Mostafa Makhmalbaf, who is speaking to the foreign press on Mousavi's behalf from his home in Paris.