Sunday, November 19, 2017

Arab League Holds Emergency Session: Iran And "Terrorist" Hezbollah Must Be Stopped

The "blame Iran" party continues with desperate calls for "action" - war is on the horizon

Old Song of Hipocrisy, Today More of the Same

Where was the outrage against Bill Clinton and Hillary with their sexual escapades.  I could name a few more Democrats that couldn't keep their pants on.  What about the trail of bodies from Little Rock to Seth Rich.  Instead they go after Judge Moore as if they are such saintly characters, which they are not.  So here is the song.

Jeannie C. Riley - Harper Valley P.T.A.

Shock: Black Death Patients Are ESCAPING The Hospital Over Fear Of Needles As Officials Worry Plague Could Spread

Alex Thomas
November 18th, 2017
Patients in Madagascar who are currently suffering from the plague have “escaped” multiple hospitals in the area over fears of needles and hospital treatment as a whole, according to a shocking report in The Sun newspaper.
Security guards with at least one hospital have been tasked with forcefully keeping black death patients in the hospital as well as following the strict safety procedures set up in an attempt to quell the outbreak.
The Sun reported:
Officials at the hospital say the main reason why patients run away is that they are scared of needles and don’t have much experience of hospitals.
Jean Benoit Manhes, the deputy representative of Unicef, told the Irish Times: “Some escaped because they’re afraid of needles. People here are not used to the hospital.
“The problem of plague is not just a medical response. You can have hospitals but if people don’t come it isn’t enough.”
Such incidents have prompted fears that the plague could spread even further with each confirmed case requiring 20 people have been in contact with to be treated as a precaution.
Malagasy people have also been told not to carry out their traditional burial tradition of Famidihana which involves digging up their dead relatives every seven years.
It means ‘turning the bones’ and sees families cleaning the remains, rewrapping them and reburying them while other family members perform a special dance.
The African island’s government has told citizens to pause the tradition for fear the plague bacteria is still active in the corpses and can be spread to the living.
News of infected patients running away from hospitals comes on the heels of reports that it is only a matter of time before the plague becomes resistant to the antibiotics that are currently being used to treat the outbreak.
The newest warning about the outbreak of the airborne pneumonic plague, or black death, in Madagascar has been released. Officials warn that it’s inevitable that this bacterial infection that’s infected over 2000 people will become resistant to antibiotics.
The only way to treat a person who has contracted the plague is with antibiotics. But experts now warn that because they are being used so much to treat the infection, antibiotics resistance is inevitable and making this disease much more terrifying.
Once the bacteria is resistant, the Madagascar healthcare system will be overwhelmed, and the disease will have control of the nation.
As Slavo noted, should the disease spread to the African mainland, one can assume that it will be all but impossible to control, thus increasing the likelihood of global pandemic.
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Blogger's note:  Ted Turner, and Bill Gates are probably rooting for the plague.

Shock Video: WWII Vet Calls For Help, Dies As Nurses Laugh

Hidden cam footage shows nurses failing to take life-saving measures and laughing as they tried to start an oxygen machine

The Saudi Purge is a Global Crisis

The House of Saud is in crisis as MBS consolidates his hold on the kingdom and prepares to transform Saudi Arabia in his image. But what is behind the purge, and how does it relate to the future of the world monetary system. Join James for a classic Corbett Report debriefing on the Saudi purge and the rise of the petroyuan.

The Faces Of Yemen – Where Is American “Outrage?”

As the world focuses on isolated incidents of terrorism taking place in Western countries, the wholesale slaughter being committed by Western countries against others generally goes unnoticed unless being pinned on the victim nation. However, even with Americans and other Westerners paying scant attention to Iraq and Syria, the conflict in Yemen scarcely gets a mention except in communities of human rights activists and geopolitical commentators.
Even after Yemen has overtaken Syria as the world’s greatest humanitarian crisis, most of the world has remained deathly silent about the situation unfolding there.
While not overwhelmingly involved with troops, bombing campaigns, and the like in the way that it is in Syria or Iraq, the United States is nonetheless complicit in the destruction of an entire country by providing intelligence, weapons, and political support to Saudi Arabia and the GCC in their war against the Yemeni people. In addition to that support, however, the United States has, at times, also contributed limited direct military support to the Saudi effort.
More than 50,000 Yemeni children are likely to die by the end of the year as a result of disease and starvation caused by the stalemated war in the country, Save the Children has warned.
Humanitarian groups estimate that around 130 children are dying each day in the Arab world’s poorest country as it grapples with famine and the largest cholera outbreak in modern history.
Around 40,000 children are estimated to have died already this year as a result of severe acute malnutrition and Save the Children projects that figure will be above 50,000 by the end of the Christmas period.
. . . . .
The calculations were made before Saudi Arabia tightened an already severe blockade on rebel-held parts of the country in response to a missile fired from rebel territory towards Riyadh airport.
The blockade has closed the port of Hodeidah, a key entry point for food, and the airport in the capital Sanaa, where humanitarian flights have been landing to deliver aid and medicine. Mr Kirolos warned that “unless the blockade is lifted immediately more children will die”.
Food shortages in Yemen have filled overcrowded hospitals with malnourished children, their skin often loose from hunger and with ribs jutting out. Malnourished children are especially vulnerable to death as a result of cholera and other diarrhoeal diseases.
But while the mainstream Western press only mentions the Yemeni crisis in isolated articles, absent are the images of the Yemeni people who are being bombed, shot, tortured, starved and otherwise suffering from malnutrition and other war-related illnesses.
There is no American “outrage” over the dying children in Yemen because Americans are not being told by their televisions, politicians, and entertainers to be outraged about the children in Yemen. There are no calls to enact revenge on the perpetrators of the violence in Yemen (mainly because the perpetrators are Americans and American “allies). Yemenis are not even worthy of America’s “thoughts and prayers” or “I Stand With Yemen” hashtags and profiles. Instead, it’s business as usual, at least until Sarah Silverman can make a comedy TV show out of the crisis, Bono can start a charity for Yemen, or Bruce Springsteen can write a song about it. When musicians become political experts as they are wont to do when America needs another foreign adventure (wasn’t there a time when musicians opposed war?), Americans will care. When actors, clearly sincere (it’s not like they are trained to be someone else), begin making 2 minute videos pleading for intervention or support for Yemen, Americans might think about starving children if starving children is what the war machine wants them to think about. Likewise, if the corporate media were to take a break from Donald Trump and show the panicked starving faces of Yemeni children and specified that their viewers were not supposed to hate them, we would finally see some good old fashioned American outrage. As it is, Yemen is boring and unimportant and it will remain that way until the powers that be say it’s not.With that in mind, it is important to bring the faces of Yemen to light, even as the mainstream political discourse prefers not to do so.
While looking at these photographs, note that, if you are an American, the answer is not military intervention but the opposite; i.e. an immediate cessation of direct and indirect military assistance to Saudi forces and an end to selling weapons to the Neanderthal “kingdom” that is prosecuting its war against the Yemeni people.
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Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrives for sessions on the second day of the NATO Summit in Warsaw, Poland. (File)

Amid Turkey–NATO S-400 Rift, Erdogan Questions 'Trustworthiness' of Alliance

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The Turkish president has questioned the credibility of the NATO alliance, noting that it had removed its missile defense systems from his country regardless of threats posed by neighboring Syria, yet the alliance is now criticizing Ankara for purchasing a missile defense system from Russia.
NATO’s "trustworthiness" had been questioned by all its member states when it withdrew missile defense systems from Turkey at a time where threats from Syria were rising, Turkish Hurriyet Daily News quoted Recep Tayyip Erdogan as saying at a ruling Justice and Development (AKP) event in the Black Sea province of Rize on Friday.
"And now, when we try to buy S-400 air defense systems from Russia, the reaction from some countries of the alliance [NATO] proved this distortedness," the Turkish leader stressed.
Recharging an S-400 Triumf anti-aircraft weapon system during the combat duty drills of the surface to air-misile regiment in the Moscow Region.
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Recharging an S-400 Triumf anti-aircraft weapon system during the combat duty drills of the surface to air-misile regiment in the Moscow Region.
His comments refer to the apparent rift between Ankara and the alliance member states over the deal to purchase a Russian missile defense system.
Last week, Turkish Defense Minister Nurettin Canikli said that his country had completed the purchase of Russian S-400 surface-to-air missiles.
"It is finished, the S-400 missiles have been bought. The rest is just details now," the defense official said while visiting the Black Sea town of Giresun.
Following the announcement, Heidi Grant, deputy undersecretary of the US Air Force for international affairs has warned that if Turkey moves forward with the deal, "it will not be permitted to plug into NATO technology and further action may be forthcoming that could affect the country’s acquisition or operation of the F-35 jets," in an apparent concern that Turkey operating both the S-400 and F-35 together will lead to Russia acquiring information about the vulnerabilities of the F-35.
Turkey was forced to start looking for alternative missile defense systems after NATO member states, i.e., the US, Germany and the Netherlands, decided to remove their Patriot-missile deployments from southern Turkey at the end of 2015.
German military trucks carrying NATO's Patriot Missile Defense System to protect Turkey in case neighboring Syria launches an attack leave the port after the parts of system were unloaded in the Mediterranean city of Iskenderun, Turkey, Monday, Jan. 21, 2013
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German military trucks carrying NATO's Patriot Missile Defense System to protect Turkey in case neighboring Syria launches an attack leave the port after the parts of system were unloaded in the Mediterranean city of Iskenderun, Turkey, Monday, Jan. 21, 2013
In 2013, five member states of the alliance, namely the US, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and Italy had supplied missile weapons to Turkey following its request to boost its air defense capabilities in order to defend its territory from threats posed by neighboring Syria.
Spanish and Italian missile batteries, which are linked to the NATO air-defense system, remain in the country.
Following the partial withdrawal, Ankara wanted to buy missiles from a Chinese state-run company, but had to scrap the deal under US pressure, which said that the Chinese company had been sanctioned for allegedly selling missiles to Iran.