Tuesday, 31 December 2013
United Nations General Assembly Resolution 46/86
3379 (XXX). Elimination of all forms of racial discrimination
The General Assembly,
Recalling its resolution 1904 (XVIII) of 20 November 1963, proclaiming the United Nations Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, and in particular its affirmation that "any doctrine of racial differentiation or superiority is scientifically false, morally condemnable, socially unjust and dangerous" and its expression of alarm at "the manifestations of racial discrimination still in evidence in some areas in the world, some of which are imposed by certain Governments by means of legislative, administrative or other measures",
Recalling also that, in its resolution 3151 G (XXVIII) of 14 December 1973, the General Assembly condemned, inter alia, the unholy alliance between South African racism and zionism,
Taking note of the Declaration of Mexico on the Equality of Women and Their Contribution to Development and Peace 1975, proclaimed by the World Conference of the International Women's Year, held at Mexico City from 19 June to 2 July 1975, which promulgated the principle that "international co-operation and peace require the achievement of national liberation and independence, the elimination of colonialism and neo-colonialism, foreign occupation, zionism,apartheid and racial discrimination in all its forms, as well as the recognition of the dignity of peoples and their right to self-determination",
Taking note also of resolution 77 (XII) adopted by the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the Organization of African Unity at its twelfth ordinary session, held at Kampala from 28 July to 1 August 1975, which considered "that the racist regime in occupied Palestine and the racist regime in Zimbabwe and South Africa have a common imperialistorigin, forming a whole and having the same racist structure and being organically linked in their policy aimed at repression of the dignity and integrity of the human being",
Taking note also of the Political Declaration and Strategy to Strengthen International Peace and Security and to Intensify Solidarity and Mutual Assistance among Non-Aligned Countries, adopted at the Conference of Ministers for Foreign Affairs of Non-Aligned Countries held at Lima from 25 to 30 August 1975, which most severely condemned zionism as a threat to world peace and security and called upon all countries to oppose this racist and imperialist ideology,
Determines that Zionism is a form of racism and racial discrimination.
Monday, 30 December 2013
Bandar told Putin: "I can give you a guarantee to protect the Winter Olympics in the city of Sochi on the Black Sea next year.
The Chechen groups that threaten the security of the games are controlled by us, and they will not move in the Syrian territory’s direction without coordinating with us.
Putin: “We know that you have supported the Chechen terrorist groups for a decade.
And that support, which you have frankly talked about just now, is completely incompatible with the common objectives of fighting global terrorism that you mentioned.
The Assassination Of President Roosevelt!!
"And the conspiracy was strong" (II Samuel 15:12).
When Dr. Bruenn telephoned on Thursday, April 12, his report was most optimistic. The President had gained back eight of his lost pounds and was feeling so fit that he planned to attend an old-fashioned Georgia barbecue in the afternoon and a minstrel show that evening for the Foundation's patients. Every cause for anxiety seemed to have lifted, and given another lazy, restful week, there was no reason why he should not return to Washington on April 20 to greet the Regent of Iraq. (McIntire, White House Physician, p. 240).
At twenty minutes to one, Arthur Prettyman, the valet, came in and set a cup of gruel, a pitcher of cream, and a glass with a green fluid beside the president. FDR grimaced and without lifting his eyes from his reading, downed the latter, a vile concoction that was supposed to increase his appetite. Daisy got up, poured cream into the gruel, and mixed it. Franklin absently took a few mouthfuls, still absorbed in his papers. (Persico, Franklin & Lucy, p. 339).
Twice more he (Dr. Bruenn) telephoned to Admiral McIntire. Once he left in the midst of the conversation with McIntire because George Fox called him. I felt that the end was fast approaching. Bruenn explained afterward that a few minutes before the President breathed his last, he and George Fox started artificial respiration and administered a stimulant. At 3:35, as I sat in the living room with Grace Tully, Laura Delano, and Margaret Suckley, the silencing of the dreadful breathing was a signal that the end had come, even before Dr. Bruenn emerged from the chamber of death. Thus a good man met the solemn day that awaits us all. (Hassett, Off the Record with FDR 1942 - 1945, p. 337).
From death to burial took only 70 hours!!
Hitler heard the "great news" on Friday, April 13
The one break in the series of reports bearing bad news seemed to come when Joseph Goebbels called the morning of April 13. His voice cracking with excitement, he shouted breathlessly into the phone, "My Führer, I congratulate you! It is written in the stars that the second half of April will be a turning point for us. Today is Friday, April thirteenth!" Then he informed Hitler that President Roosevelt had died. A meeting with generals, ministers, and party leaders was called immediately, and in response to astrological ascendancies, conjunctions of the planets, and crossings in the quadrant, long extinguished hopes rose again. Holding a bunch of papers in his shaking hand, Hitler ran from person to person and, with an old man's manic excitability, held out the news reports, saying, "Here! You didn't want to believe it. Now tell me, who was right?" He reminded them of the House of Brandenburg and the miracle that saved Frederick the Great in 1762, when the death of the Czarina Elizabeth changed the course of the Seven Years' War. Another miracle has occurred, he said. "The war is not lost! Here, read this! Roosevelt is dead." (Fest, Inside Hitler's Bunker, pp. 13-14).
Stalin ordered an immediate all out assault on Berlin with absolutely no consideration for the casualties involved (about 80,000 Russians killed, 275,000 wounded). Berlin was finally taken by the Russians on May 2, 1945.
Another British Secret Service assassination!!The parallels between the assassination of President Lincoln and President Roosevelt are remarkable. In both cases, a war of unprecedented destruction was ending, with the forces of evil on the retreat everywhere.
In both cases, the losers hoped to reverse the course of the war by assassinating the Commander-in-Chief and replacing him with their puppet. John Wilkes Booth was licensed to kill President Lincoln, and the British Secret Service had penetrated every single governmental department in Washington City.
Dahl ingratiated himself with Eleanor Roosevelt, and he constantly spied on Vice President Henry A. Wallace, whom he called a "Communist."
Dahl operated out of the British Embassy and his "literary talents" and "good looks" enabled him to bed top Washington society women. In 1943, he spent a weekend with the Roosevelts in Hyde Park, New York.
Dahl was amazed at the extraordinarily elaborate security precautions Stephenson ordered to safeguard his secret history. He insisted that all the work be done at their isolated Camp X site, on the northernshore of Lake Ontario, where he could guarantee that both his papers and personnel were protected. "The thing I always remember," said Dahl, "was how Bill had all these archives sent up from New York in some sort of wonderful security truck with an escort." The operation was vintage Stephenson, taking place under the cover of darkness, with the armed guards stealthily transferring hundreds of cartons of files into trucks waiting outside Rockefeller Plaza sometime after midnight. Ten hours later, a Canadian army captain handed the border guards his name and code number, and the convoy was waved across the border into Canada, where it proceeded to the Oshawa training facility. Stephenson had already been using some of the school's outbuildings as cold storage for some BSC records, so in his mind it was a logical place to set up shop. (Conant, The Irregulars: Roahl Dahl and the British Spy Ring in Wartime Washington, pp. 297-298).
A less stressful looking President Roosevelt making his State of the Union Address on Jan. 11, 1944.
LIfe magazine photo of Roosevelt making his nomination speech via radio on July 20, 1944. The man seated on the left is Navy lieutenant Dr. Howard Bruenn.
It was very unusual that the President would be accompanied by a low ranking lieutenant. Obviously, skill in the use of poison was all that was necessary for Dr. Bruenn.
Roosevelt stayed away from the Convention because he was under tremendous pressure to get rid of his faithful Vice President and replace him with "Assistant President" Jimmy Byrnes. The President's wife Eleanor despised Jimmy Byrnes and the pushy Roman hierarchy so the tug of war was putting tremendous stress on the President.
Vice President Henry A. Wallace was a plain spoken farmer's son from Iowa . . . and he was just too honest to engage in the strong conspiracy. He fully expected to be re-nominated for Vice President at the Convention.
Marsh had given him a draft of a pamphlet written by his close friend Henry Wallace. Entitled "Our Job in the Pacific," it summarized the vice president's postwar goals, among them international control of the airways, economic assistance for the industrial development of Asia, and the demilitarization of Japan. Wallace was also in favor of 'the emancipation of colonial subjects" in the British Empire, including India, Burma, and Malaya. Dahl could feel his "hair stand on end." Dahl immediately realized the document's importance, and knowing that his superiors would want to see it, he excused himself saying that he was going to finish reading it downstairs. He quickly phoned his BSC contact, explained the urgency of the situation, and convinced him to meet him on the corner as soon as possible. The agent knew something was up and materialized on the street in front of Marsh's house in a matter of minutes.
Dahl sneaked out of the house and handed the document through his car window, warning his partner in crime to be back in half an hour or there would be hell to pay. "He flashed off," recalled Dahl, "and I'm around downstairs, near the lavatory door, and if the chap upstairs had come down looking for me saying, `have you finished reading it?' then I'd of been in the lavatory you see, saying `I'm sorry I'm caught short."' As it turned out, the agent went straight to the BSC's Washington offices to make copies and made it back within the allotted time. Dahl nipped back out, collected the paper, and no one was the wiser. (Conant, The Irregulars: Roald Dahl and the British Spy Ring in Wartime Washington, pp. 121-122).
A ferocious fight broke out in Chicago between the supporters of Vice President Wallace and the supporters of Jimmy Byrnes. Everybodyseemed to know that Roosevelt would not survive his 4th term so his Vice President would become President.
Across town Byrnes was enjoying a cheerful breakfast with Mayor Kelly and Hannegan. They gave him some further details of Roosevelt's reaction when FDR was told that the danger of losing the black vote with Byrnes had been exaggerated. "Well, you know Jimmy has been my choice from the very first," they quoted Roosevelt as having said to them. "Go ahead and name him." Hannegan did add that Roosevelt had requested that Byrnes' nomination first be discussed with the leadership of the CIO at the convention, but this request was in Hannegan's opinion simply a courtesy of prior notification. Later that same day, after Byrnes had left the breakfast, Mayor Kelly met with Alben Barkley, majority leader of the Senate, and the mayor told Barkley to pass the word that Roosevelt wanted Byrnes and that "it was in the bag for Jimmy." (Robertson, Sly and Able: A Political Biography of James F. Byrnes. p. 354).
Jimmy Byrnes was one of the few people at the Convention who knew that a new deadly weapon called the atomic bomb was under development. This weapon could change the course of the war . . . and its sole possessor could rule the world unchallenged.
Truman came to the Convention as an ardent Byrnes supporter and he had no real Presidential ambitions....Commander-in-chief Roosevelt could not make a decision so Truman was nominated by default.
Jimmy Byrnes became Truman's Secretary of State!!Just 2 hours after the assassination, senator Harry Truman visited the White House to be sworn in as the new President. No Bible could be found anywhere until the chief receptionist located a Douay-Rheims Version in William Hassett's desk:
He looked at the Chief Justice. Harlan Stone said that the chief receptionist had gone to look for a Bible. Truman nodded. The clock on the wall pointed to 7:05. The waiting time was an embarrassment. Bill Simmons came back, saying that he had searched everywhere and had found a Roman Catholic Bible in William Hassett's desk. Mr. Truman said it would do. The Chief Justice motioned for the Truman women to come closer. Harlan Stone intoned: "I, Harry Shippe Truman . . ." This was wrong; the Chief Justice had been told that the S stood for Shippe, Truman's grandfather's name. It stood for nothing. The new President had no middle name. He said, "I, Harry S. Truman . . ." Less than two minutes later, it was over. No one, including the Trumans, looked joyful. The handshaking was solemn. Steve Early asked permission to bring the news photographers in. The event, he thought, should be preserved for posterity. Truman had an appreciation of that word. The cameramen came in. The photos they made show the wall clock at 7:09 P.M. (Bishop, FDR'S Last Year, p. 609).
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Jimmy Byrnes totally dominated President Truman!!
The Pentagon was frantic to get Japan to surrender before the Russians entered the war, and they were itching to use their new super weapon to force a quick Japanese surrender!!
In order to prevent President Truman from meeting with the atomic scientists, he was sent out of the country to Potsdam, Germany, to meet with Stalin and Churchill. Unlike Roosevelt, who flew to his meetings, Truman left by slow moving ship on July 6, and did not return until August 7—the day after the bombing of Hiroshima.
Truman finally fired Jimmy Byrnes in 1947In January 1947, President Truman took a momentous step and fired Jimmy Byrnes. Congress finally passed the succession act in 1947, and this removed the Secretary of State from 3rd in line for the Presidency:
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Truman was also a puppet of the British by agreeing to the establishment of a British spying station in the Mideast known as the state of "Israel."
After the assassination of President Kennedy, the top secret 25th Amendment was passed that allows the President to appoint his Vice President.