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9-11 Anniversary: Reinforcing the Police State – Irene’s Fury Outer Banks – NASA’s Cloud Machine – UN Troops and Sex Crimes – Newark Cop Assaults and Kidnaps: Charges Cameraman

September 9, 2011

Michael Bloomberg has done an effective job rolling out the police/surveillance state in New York.  The Jewish globalist is also a member of the Counsel on Foreign Relations, an organization who’s goal is to dismantle US sovereignty and bring us into world socialism.  You’d be better off just unplugging your TV this weekend because the “programming” will be totally filled with terror, fear-mongering to maintain a clamp on civil liberties and trample the Constitution.  Give up your liberties to save freedom?

9/11 Anniversary: Reminding Americans They Now Live In A Police State

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Kurt Nimmo
Infowars.com
September 9, 2011

The anniversary of 9/11 offers an ideal opportunity to remind Americans, especially New Yorkers, that they live in a police state.

Bloomberg tells New Yorkers they are terror suspects.

From NBC New York on Thursday:

New Yorkers can expect to see extra subway bag checks, vehicle checkpoints and more police officers throughout the city as U.S. intelligence officials have picked up threat information about possible terror attacks to coincide with the 10th anniversary of 9/11.

The “threat information” is of the usual caliber – uncorroborated and unsubstantiated. “But we live in a world where we must take these threats seriously, and we will,” promised New York mayor Michael Bloomberg. “We know the terrorists regard the anniversary as an opportunity to strike again.” He was flanked by Police Commissioner Ray Kelly and Janice K. Fedarcyk, the director of the FBI in New York.

According to “intelligence” allegedly gleaned from Osama bin Laden’s hidey-hole in Pakistan (where he didn’t live), al-Qaeda is fixated on anniversaries. The FBI’s Janice Fedarcyk said: “al- Qaeda has shown an interest in important dates and anniversaries. In this instance it is accurate that there is credible, specific but unconfirmed information.”

Reading from their government script, the corporate media also reports that the new al-Qaeda chief, Ayman al-Zawahiri, pledged to avenge the death of Osama bin Laden earlier this year.

“Intelligence collected from overseas indicates a possible threat involving car bombs, as well threats to bridges and tunnels, according to a security official. The information indicated that three men would travel from Pakistan to the U.S. to carry out an attack…. New York City and Washington, D.C., are mentioned in the non-specific car bomb threats, according to another source.”

The supposed plot fits the forever war on manufactured terrorism like a glove. According to authorities, the threat emanates from Pakistan’s tribal region – where CIA drones work overtime killing government declared bad guys (and no shortage of innocent civilians) – and may include a U.S. citizen, which plays into the “domestic terror” and “white al-Qaeda” angle pushed by the government over the last few years.

“It’s accurate that there is specific, credible but unconfirmed threat information. As we always do before important dates like the anniversary of 9/11, we will undoubtedly get more reporting in the coming days,” said the Department of Homeland Security. “Sometimes this reporting is credible and warrants intense focus, other times it lacks credibility and is highly unlikely to be reflective of real plots underway,” NBC reports.

Fedarcyk refused to get into the details on the source of the threat and whether it was “operational or aspirational.” It is “specific” and “credible,” she added.

New York will be on display as an in-your-face police state. “The public is likely to see, and maybe somewhat inconvenienced by, vehicle checkpoints at various locations throughout the city,” Kelly said.

The New York Times reports that authorities will reinforce patrols across the city, pay special attention to bridges, tunnels and other transportation hubs, and use even more bomb-sniffing dogs than in the past.

Police officialdom activated 12-hour shifts in response to the unspecific and uncorroborated threat and will continue the extended duty indefinitely. Cops will pass out fliers to city businesses and storefronts, advising the public to alert authorities about abandoned or suspicious vehicles or suspicious people who are loitering.

Ditto in Washington, D.C., where Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier said the public should expect increased security measures and more stopped vehicles.

Former Bush regime terrorism bureaucrat Frances Townsend admitted that the threat is overstated and probably overblown. Townsend was briefed twice by senior government officials and said the quality of the information suggested that the threat was “plausible” but needed further corroboration.

“There are lots of things that are deemed ‘plausible’ that turn out not to be real,” Townsend said. She said the officials who are briefing policymakers were “leaning forward on their skis. But nobody gets in trouble for being forward-leaning.”

A federal law enforcement official told the Times that the government is erring on the side of caution. “Given the dates that are coming up, nobody wants to underplay anything,’’ said the nameless official. “The government is going to do everything it can to run this to the ground and assess its accuracy.’’

The government will also do everything it can to remind the public that the war on terror is forever, even though al-Qaeda has not attacked since September 11, 2001, and a mountain of information about that event remains classified.

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Out Banks Storm Damage

Route 12 is broken in 5 places on Hatteras Island, N.C. About 2,500 people are stuck on Hatteras ...

Route 12 is broken in 5 places on Hatteras Island, N.C. About 2,500 people are stuck on Hatteras Island because of this.

Billy Stinson comforts his daughter, Erin, as they sit on the steps where their cottage once stoo...

Billy Stinson comforts his daughter, Erin, as they sit on the steps where their cottage once stood in Nags Head, North Carolina. The home, built in 1903 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, was destroyed by Hurricane Irene.

The hurricane-force winds of Irene rip the siding off of homes in Nags Head, N.C.

The hurricane-force winds of Irene rip the siding off of homes in Nags Head, N.C.

Jackie Sparnackel has to abandon her van and her belongings after she ventured to check out the s...

Jackie Sparnackel has to abandon her van and her belongings after she ventured to check out the storm-damaged pier in Frisco, N.C.

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BBC Special – NASA’s Cloud Machine Creates Rain

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UN Troops Accused of Sex Crimes Worldwide

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Written by Alex Newman   –   New American
Thursday, 08 September 2011 11:49

Outrage is mounting around the world against United Nations “peace-keeping” soldiers as sex-crime allegations, ranging from charges of rape and exploitation in Haiti to wide-spread sexual abuse of children in the Ivory Coast, have exploded into the headlines this week.

One of the most alarming incidents in recent times — several Uruguayan troops serving under the UN in Haiti held down and gang raped a teenage boy — was documented on video and spread over the Internet. The crime sparked even more anti-UN protests in the poverty-stricken Caribbean nation.

Past demonstrations, related to UN troops spreading cholera, abusing citizens, or other matters, have resulted in Haitians being killed by international forces. But this time the concerns are being taken seriously.

The resulting global uproar over what Haitian President Michel Martelly described as the “collective rape carried out against a young Haitian” caused an international scandal that is still growing. The President of Uruguay, Jose Mujica, sent a letter to Martelly earlier this week apologizing and promising accountability. “We apologize for the abuse that some soldiers of my country perpetrated,” Mujica wrote in the letter. “Although the damage is irreparable, have the certainty that we will investigate thoroughly and apply the harshest sanctions against those responsible.”

The UN, on the other hand, appeared to be more worried that the exposure might tarnish its image. “We know that while there is justifiable outrage, there are also some who would use this for political ends,” UN deputy envoy to Haiti Nigel Fisher told the Associated Press.

But while this well-documented case of gang rape has indeed triggered action, human-rights advocates say that the problem is systemic. And, they argue, it has been ignored for years.

“In 2007, it was discovered and reported that girls as young as 13 were having sex with U.N. peacekeepers for as little as $1 in Haiti,” noted Ezili Dantò, president of the Haitian Lawyers Leadership Network (HLLN), in a letter to the international body. “Moreover, Sri Lankan soldiers were accused of systematically raping Haitian women and girls, some as young as 7 years old.”

The UN claims “dozens” of its soldiers had been punished for sexual abuses in the country in recent years. But based on publicly available figures, critics say many more have escaped justice.

“If only a dozen UN peacekeepers were punished for sexual abuse and rape, then that means, for instance, most of the 114 Sri Lankan soldiers deported back to Sri Lanka from Haiti in 2007 for sexual abuse and rape in Haiti did not get punished,” Dantò wrote, citing other examples as well. “Humanitarian aid workers and UN peacekeepers accused of sexually abusing and sexual trafficking children in Haiti should have their names and their country’s identities exposed so that this matter may be cleaned up once and for all.”

On the other side of the Atlantic ocean, similar abuses by UN troops in the Ivory Coast also made headlines this week. A 2010 U.S. diplomatic cable recently released by WikiLeaks showed that the international body’s soldiers were coercing underage girls to have sex in exchange for food and other essentials.

A poll conducted by the non-profit group Save the Children revealed that eight out of 10 minor girls in the Ivorian town of Toulepleu admitted to regularly engaging in sexual acts with UN troops. In an interview with the AP about the leak, a UN spokesman admitted commanders had “failed to maintain an environment that prevents sexual exploitation and abuse.”

But despite the new-found attention, the problem is hardly new. Even the UN acknowledges that there have been hundreds of “substantiated” cases of sexual exploitation by armed forces under its command just in recent years.

As The New American reported, UN-backed troops in Somalia and the Congo came under fire over similar accusations last year. Numerous human-rights organizations noted that the soldiers were raping women and children, burning down villages, killing civilians, and more.

Earlier this year in the Ivory Coast, UN-backed troops trying to replace the nation’s Catholic leader with a Muslim central banker slaughtered well over 1,000 Christians — probably more. The soldiers reportedly engaged in widespread rape and murder as they marched toward the capital.

And before that, scandals such as a UN pedophile ring in the Congo drew widespread condemnation. UN peace-keeping forces’ involvement with child sex-slave trafficking in Kosovo years ago is still making headlines this week.

In 2004, following an investigation into pedophilia, rape, and human trafficking by UN forces in Africa, even former UN boss Kofi Annan was forced to concede that there were serious problems. “I am afraid there is clear evidence that acts of gross misconduct have taken place,” he said. “This is a shameful thing for the United Nations to have to say.”

But it continued. A 2006 investigation by the BBC found that “children have been subjected to rape and prostitution by United Nations peacekeepers in Haiti and Liberia.” And senior officials with the international body admitted that the UN knew the tragedies had been occurring all along.

“We’ve had a problem probably since the inception of peacekeeping — problems of this kind of exploitation of vulnerable populations,” then-Assistant Secretary General for peacekeeping operations Jane Holl Lute told the BBC. “My operating presumption is that this is either a problem or a potential problem in every single one of our missions.”

While the UN continues to claim that it is working to stop the apparently systematic sexual abuse of women and children carried out by its forces stationed around the world, critics aren’t buying it. Activists are still hoping, however, that with the new revelations and the growing outrage, something will have to change.

Photo of teenage boy raped by Uruguayan troops: AP Images

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Newark Cop – “I  can do whatever I want.”

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