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A mechanically stored static image having an eerie similarity to real vision.

Syrian drowned baby hoax


At the very least the body was moved for better PR.

Why? Because the Turkish government is looking for an excuse to offload its refugee camps to Europe.

Other things to note: the pristine condition of the body which allegedly had been in the ocean for 3 days.

A body in the ocean will normally show bloating, discoloration and markings of predation from fish and birds. This body looks only hours dead at most.

The baby’s father had been in Turkey for years, and only wished to go to Europe to get free dentistry and only once the migration had become a difficult to vet flood.

So before you throw all of your logic in the trash after seeing a single disturbing image, keep things in context and perspective. Is one dead baby on a Turkish beach reason alone to change all of Europe’s immigration policy.

No, and less so Australia’s immigration policy.

And don’t think for a minute that a government wouldn’t go to great lengths to make fake footage of events to drive agendas.

Here is the Norwegian government being caught out funding a hoax film of the Syrian civil war. When caught out in the lie, they always revert to attempting to start a conversation about the issue.

Moderate Muslim leaders fail to prevent extremism

When? Almost always because the Koran is a book detailing the expansion of an empire by the use of  extreme violence and terror. Islamic leaders always fail at preventing radicals, because the radicals are closer to the Koran in their actions than the Imams.In Islam the radicals control the moderates ( and use violence to gain control) unlike many other religions. The Imams are just there to appease the locals and keep the Islamisation of the host nation in progress.

From just over 2 years ago:



at 0:58 mark ISIS flag

isis flag at 58s


at 1:27  ISIS terrorist who made his kids hold up a severed head.

terrorist at 127


Inciting murder at 2:28

inciting murder


This was years ago and nothing has changed.

gillard as PM at the time


These latest claims by Islamic leaders will not  quell the violent nature of this community, they raise their children with violence and breed them to hate. Its just a tactic to attempt the reduce the blowback from the host nation’s people’s calls to reject the foreign fascist ideology growing in their back yard.


Does this guy look familiar?



Yeah from the video from 2 years ago. Did the Islamic leaders prevent him from becoming radicalized? Did they prevent him from going to Iraq to be a terrorist? He even took his son to pose for photos with a  severed human head. Find out more about this ‘religion of peace’

US senator Elizabeth Warren demands jail the banksters

Elizabeth Warren US senator ( image from Washington times)

Elizabeth Warren US senator ( image from Washington times)

The Ukrainian upheaval: Some geopolitical perspectives

The Ukraine is becoming a complex and fast moving conflict with multiple factions having multiple agendas.

For the latest updates:

It seems that this conflict started as a proxy war between Russia/CIS  vs  EU/US, but additional home-grown factions soon saw their chance to enter the power vacuum. The Crimea has talked of independence so what you have is at least four factions.

Some might argue Russia is simply suffering from a bruised ego, but the conflict goes deeper than this. The former USSR states are attempting to for a new USSR called the CIS, a copy of the EU incorporating many of the former USSR states.  You might be wondering why Ukraine is so important to Russia and the CIS in this plan. The answer is of course petrochemicals, not oil per se this time, but rather gas pipelines.

The Gas


The Ukraine is strategically important have the majority of Russian gas pipelines to Europe, Without the Ukraine Russia has only one pipeline going  through  Belarus to deliver is gas to Europe. Giving Belarus a monopoly on gas delivery to Europe would make Belarus far too powerful for Russia’s liking, and far too powerful in a proposed CIS.


Russia is of course building other pipe lines to be less dependent on the Ukraine and Belarus, but these are massive projects and take significant time and resources to complete.


The gas deals are of course very controversial, Yukanovych and Tymoshenko were both implicated in dirty deals and skimming money off gas deals with Russia, and most recently (2010) the controversial Ukrainian decision to allow Russian to keep its black sea fleet in port of Sevastapol, on the Crimean peninsula until 2042.

The Crimea

Crimea has wanted Independence from both Russia and the Ukraine for at least a decade. The Crimean Economy is largely based on the two navies stationed there, (the Ukrainian and Russian) the industries that support the Navies.  Tourism Is economically significant being a temperate ( and Russian speaking)  beach side resort for many people of the CIS. The Crimean does not want to risk bad relations with Russia and the CIS, as the tourism money would disappear.

While Russia has other land that borders the Black sea, they have had their navy stationed In Sevastopol since 1783, briefly forced out by the Germans in WW2, so naturally feel they belong there. Sevastapol is part of the Ukraine so the Ukrainian navy feel it should belong there. As a deep water port the Crimean has some interesting advantages, because of its island/peninsula arrangement the Navy can quite easily surround and defend its port from land based attack, This makes it a natural stronghold, not something any navy would want to give up. The black sea flows through the Dardanelles past Gallipoli (which we all should know about) into the Mediterranean (of importance to the EU) and then to the rest of the world’s oceans.

This of course leads to somewhat strange situation of two navies both being stationed in the same place, almost a naval cold war.

So what this is about is the politics of the middle man.

For the Gas pipelines Ukraine and particularly Kiev are able to set the price (and quantity) of Russian gas entering the EU. Controlling this flow of energy and money between two powerful economic blocs makes for significant political power and significant risk of corruption.

For whoever controls the Crimea and Sevastopol controls the black sea and its ability to deploy naval and military force in the region. Controlling a geopolitically significant deep water seaport is an extremely powerful tool in diplomacy. Russia wants to build a gas pipeline under the black sea so will need to control the black sea to assure the project and hardly want the additional expense of building a new naval port as well.

An independent Crimea would be unlikely to create a naval fleet of its own and would likely take the highest bid to station any interested party, which could be almost anyone, Turkey, US, EU, Iran… This could become a geopolitical lottery, or just Russian Roulette.

It’s not easy being an honest middle man.

Ukraine: violent clashes, revolution likely

ukraine ustream channel pic

Links to live stream channels.

Some English commentary from:

protesters defeat armoured personnel carrier

protesters using guns and attacking riot cops

Ukraine pro democracy protest

ukraine protst 2

ukraine protest 1


On the day Victorian government was debating laws to effectively criminalize protest , protestors for Ukraine democracy met at the exact place where Robert Doyle’s Melbourne City Council brutally crushed a democracy Movement called Occupy Melbourne.

This may actually be Victoria’s last protest where protest is legal.

Yet another irony is the Ukrainian situation protest was also made illegal recently.

So I’m sure we’d love for you to have democracy Ukraine, but we don’t have it our selves.

Playing Kiev Chicken: Ukraine poised for revolution

After anti protest laws were enacted already alarmed and protesting citizens stepped up their resistance to the increasingly authoritarian out of touch government.

Government has made illegal; shields, armor, helmets and gas masks for protests.

This all makes occupy look very sedate, Afghanistan veterans, barricades, guards with bats and people flouting the new ‘no armor’ laws dressed in medieval style protection, some even getting actual medieval helmets.

ukraine_protest_sign_contentfullwidthHacktivists have shut down many government websites

Ethnolingusitic_map_of_ukraineOne of the possible futures for Ukraine is a breakup into two or more states based on ethnic/linguistic lines.

AC8I7747_aShields: aluminum cladding (?), borrowed from police, 44 gallon drum, reinforced sign, plywood.

Recent laws made gas masks illegal, so all the more reason to wear one.

024838-562ee988-824c-11e3-993a-e0590e98e9fbThis guy really does not care if you know where money comes from or not, it’s beyond that for now.

ukraine-14Hey Molotov, look at those poor policemen, they have been standing in the cold for hours with no Vodka,

throw them one of your cocktails, here I’ll light it so they can see it coming.

Protesters try to break through police lines near the presidential administration building during a rally held by supporters of EU integration in KievDimitri, this not in police manual.

Occupy Christmas 2013

The Free Kitchen musketeers in full swing, bread knives in all colours. And we even erected our own Christmas tree!


Million Mask March November 5th State library

MMMNov5 chalking

21st October 2011


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