In his column “Attorney-general Nicola Roxon wants unprecedented access to the private lives of Australians” appearing in the Sydney Morning Herald on September 25th, 2012, Philip Dorling tells us that the government is attempting to make some very disturbing inroads into personal privacy.
“…a truck carrying radioactive elements including caesium and americium crashed in 1980… workers fell ill after unearthing a strange clay-like material from a cutting where material from the crash is believed to have been buried.”
The following story is hard to believe – and provides indisputable proof that burkas and any other kind of identity-concealing face coverings should either be banned outright, or subject to removal at police or other reasonable request. -JG.
“The style of the operation, two couples, is standard Mossad operation style. The reason they have a man and a woman … it’s easy to pass unnoticed, unchallenged, and the woman acts as back-up you see.”
“As we speak now there are urgent inquiries going on around Europe whether the passports were French, Irish or even UK. Now those were the nationalities, passports that were used in the Dubai scandal which erupted last year and caused all hell to break out for Mossad.”
Coming through loud and clear in the current controversy over accusations of Mossad activity in New Zealand is what I see as a ‘disconnect’ between the actions and suspicions of the New Zealand police and SIS security agency, who feared that Israeli spies had used last February’s massive earthquake as ‘cover’ to try to compromise New Zealand’s computerized police records, and Prime Minister John Key’s repeated denials of any wrongdoing.
“Three Israelis were among the 181 people who died when the earthquake destroyed most of Christchurch’s central business district on February 22. One was found to be carrying at least five passports.”
“An unaccredited Israeli search and rescue squad was later confronted by armed New Zealand officers and removed from the sealed-off ‘red zone’ of the central city.”
An interesting viewpoint, and well worth looking at; it is always instructive to see how others view both us and themselves -JG.
This second earthquake has not only caused serious damage, but unlike the last one has resulted in scores of fatalities, creating a whole new set of needs.
Once again, I am suggesting that the best way to assist our brothers and sisters there is by donating through the Salvation Army.
Right now is time to get your donation on the way, so as to have it there when the waters start to recede and the cleanup can begin.
Unfortunately, the Australians are learning about storms and flooding in a dramatic manner.
They would do well to study the implications of Southern Ontario’s Hurricane Hazel in 1954. Toronto was hard-hit, with 81 dead including more than thirty on just one street alone.
Following that, regional Conservation Authorities were created, and all properties lying on flood plains were expropriated by them with suitable areas being turned into parks.