Tit For Tat – Jewish Style……

President Ahmadinejab of Iran is to be targeted in a lawsuit accusing him of inciting genocide against Israel. Leading the charge is – wait for it! – the “Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organisations”, backed by – wait for it! – none other than ex-US Ambassador to the United Nations, John Bolton.

No surprises there, then. Among other UN delegates, John Bolton had long ago earned the nickname, “Israel’s Man at the UN”, and has always been a prominent Jewish figure in the Republican party, and the present American administration.

Of course, the whole issue is a bloody waste of everyone’s time and money. Even if they won in court – which they won’t – how do they expect to punish old Ahmadinejad? Are they intending to march, kipa-clad, en masse into Tehran and drag him out, I wonder? It could certainly make a great plot for a Monty Python film.

Do these idiots realise how childish they are? They certainly have too much money if they waste it on expensive lawyers and long, tedious, court cases that go nowhere.

It really is little wonder the Jews have struggled to gain respect among their fellow men when they behave with such egotistical arrogance everytime someone dares to critize them.

Take some advice, guys: stay stum! Ahmadinejad will eventually go away with a sore throat and you will have achieved a measure of self-respect.

BBC report HERE.

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One Giant Leap For The Bushmen……

For thousands of years the San people, of what is now called Botswana, lived out their lives as hunter-gatherers in Africa’s Kalahari desert.

Four years ago, the Botswana government decided it would be better for the Kalahari Bushmen to be moved to a reserve where they would have schools, clinics, and all the trappings of modern life. The government insisted the move had absolutely nothing to do with international companies itching to get their greedy paws on the diamond rich Kalahari desert.

The Bushman were forcibly removed from their land in January 2002, and since then have been fighting through the Botswana courts for the right to return.

Certainly, the reserve had more amenities than the desert. It also had isolation, boredom, and alcohol. Many of the San people succumbed to alcoholism.

This week, two of three judges decided their case was upheld. The Bushmen of the Kalahari are able to return to their homeland.

It’s one small step in the great scheme of things; one giant leap for the Bushmen. Perhaps those Botswana judges should be requested to adjudicate in the case between the Palestinians and Israelis. So far, no-one else on the planet has managed a fair judgement on the issue.

BBC report HERE.

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US Scientists Hit Back At Political Censorship.

Ten thousand US scientific researchers, including 52 Nobel Laureates, have signed a statement protesting political interference in the scientific process and demanding a return to scientific integrity in government policy.

According to a recent BBC report, Dr Peter Gleick, president of the Pacific Institute for Studies in Development, Environment and Security said:

“It’s very difficult to make good public policy without good science, and it’s even harder to make good public policy with bad science. In the last several years, we’ve seen an increase in both the misuse of science and I would say an increase of bad science in a number of very important issues; for example, in global climate change, international peace and security, and water resources.”

Michael Halpern from the Union of Concerned Scientists, told the BBC:

“This science statement that has now been signed by the 10,000 scientists is signed by science advisers to both Republican and Democratic administrations dating back to President Eisenhower, stating that this is not business as usual and calling for this practice to stop.”

It seems the White House has been able to censor agencies like the Environmental Protection Agency and the Food and Drug Administration because of assistance from a Republican-controlled Congress.

Read the full report HERE.

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