Taking Advantage of Storm, Thugs Beat, Rob Jewish Man in Brooklyn (GRAPHIC VIDEO)

October 31, 2012

A video has surfaced showing a Jewish man being ambushed, robbed and beaten by African-American thugs during the storm last night in Brooklyn.

In the video, published by local blog Crownheights.info, an assailant strikes the man in the face as he walks past, knocking him to the ground. His accomplices quickly join him, striking the man violently and stripping his pockets. An assailant brutally steps on the man’s head, as he is leaving.

Moments later another passerby is seen attending to the victim who is left sprawled on the floor appearing to be unconscious.

According to Crownheights.info the incident took place on the corner of Albany Avenue and President Street in the Crown Heights area of Brooklyn.


Taking Advantage of Storm, Thugs Beat, Rob Jewish Man in Brooklyn (GRAPHIC VIDEO)

October 31, 2012

A video has surfaced showing a Jewish man being ambushed, robbed and beaten by African-American thugs during the storm last night in Brooklyn.
In the video, published by local blog Crownheights.info, an assailant strikes the man in the face as he walks past, knocking him to the ground. His accomplices quickly join him, striking the man violently and stripping his pockets. An assailant brutally steps on the man’s head, as he is leaving.
Moments later another passerby is seen attending to the victim who is left sprawled on the floor appearing to be unconscious.
According to Crownheights.info the incident took place on the corner of Albany Avenue and President Street in the Crown Heights area of Brooklyn.


In India, a Tweet can land you in jail // Happens in America too, but this is #MSM

October 31, 2012

After seditious cartoons against corruption, now even a Tweet can get you arrested in India.

Two recent Twitter-related arrests have triggered concern among many Indian users of social media.

Twitter logo / AFP

Twitter logo / AFP

Ravi (one name), a small plastic packaging businessman in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, was arrested Tuesday for posting Tweets critical of Karti Chidambaram, son of India’s finance minister. In his Tweets, Ravi questioned the rise in Chidambaram’s wealth in recent years. Police said they received Chidambaram’s complaint about  “offensive” Tweets that Ravi had posted on the micro-blogging site in the past year. He was later released on bail by a judge. Last week, an associate professor at a fashion studies college in Tamil Nadu, Saravana Kumar Perumal, was arrested for harassing a famous movie singer called Chinmayi.

India has more than 125 million Internet users and adds about 18 million new users every year, and is ranked as one of the fastest growing Internet markets in the world.

But the government and the active online community have been at loggerheads over where to draw a line on the issue of freedom of speech. The disagreements have been particularly animated because of an ongoing anti-corruption movement in India which relies heavily on the use of new media to enlist support.

Some Indians interviewed on television asked if they should now start consulting lawyers before they tweet their thoughts.

Muthu Kirshnan S tweeted: “There is no need for a law to oversee twitter and Facebook, a couple of cases like Karthi Chidambaram and chinmaye will do enough damage.”

Rajesh Pati tweeted: “Somebody got arrested for calling Karthi chidu a thief. Never knew its punishable to speak truth in land of Gandhi.”

In the past year, India’s government has tried to regulate social media like Facebook and Twitter for what they call defamatory content against top officials.

Last year, the government introduced new rules that asked Web sites and search engines to screen information before posting. Two months ago, the government shut down several Web sites, blaming them for stoking ethnic hate. 

how do you know you are reading the Washington Post? Because the Post is oblivious to how easy it is to get arrested for what you say in Obama’s America


In India, a Tweet can land you in jail // Happens in America too, but this is #MSM

October 31, 2012

After seditious cartoons against corruption, now even a Tweet can get you arrested in India.
Two recent Twitter-related arrests have triggered concern among many Indian users of social media.

Twitter logo / AFP

Ravi (one name), a small plastic packaging businessman in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, was arrested Tuesday for posting Tweets critical of Karti Chidambaram, son of India’s finance minister. In his Tweets, Ravi questioned the rise in Chidambaram’s wealth in recent years. Police said they received Chidambaram’s complaint about  “offensive” Tweets that Ravi had posted on the micro-blogging site in the past year. He was later released on bail by a judge. Last week, an associate professor at a fashion studies college in Tamil Nadu, Saravana Kumar Perumal, was arrested for harassing a famous movie singer called Chinmayi.
India has more than 125 million Internet users and adds about 18 million new users every year, and is ranked as one of the fastest growing Internet markets in the world.
But the government and the active online community have been at loggerheads over where to draw a line on the issue of freedom of speech. The disagreements have been particularly animated because of an ongoing anti-corruption movement in India which relies heavily on the use of new media to enlist support.
Some Indians interviewed on television asked if they should now start consulting lawyers before they tweet their thoughts.
Muthu Kirshnan S tweeted: “There is no need for a law to oversee twitter and Facebook, a couple of cases like Karthi Chidambaram and chinmaye will do enough damage.”
Rajesh Pati tweeted: “Somebody got arrested for calling Karthi chidu a thief. Never knew its punishable to speak truth in land of Gandhi.”
In the past year, India’s government has tried to regulate social media like Facebook and Twitter for what they call defamatory content against top officials.
Last year, the government introduced new rules that asked Web sites and search engines to screen information before posting. Two months ago, the government shut down several Web sites, blaming them for stoking ethnic hate. 

how do you know you are reading the Washington Post? Because the Post is oblivious to how easy it is to get arrested for what you say in Obama’s America


Palestinian prisoners are handed millions in British aid with some being paid more than average UK worker

October 31, 2012

Development Minister, has written to MP Robert Halfon, who had questioned the UK¿s role in funding these prisoners(dailymail.co.uk) Development Minister, has written to MP Robert Halfon, who had questioned the UK¿s role in funding these prisoners British aid money is helping to pay ‘salaries’ to Palestinian prisoners – some of them convicted terrorists –serving time in Israeli jails, according to a report.
The Palestinian Authority is paying them up to £1,957 a month – more than the average salary of a UK worker.
The Department for International Development spends around £80million a year in the Occupied Palestinian Territories, of which around £30million goes to the general budget, which funds prisoners’ allowances.
A report by watchdog organisation Palestinian Media Watch shows how Palestinian Authority legislation – introduced last year – sets out eligibility criteria for the payments, which a minister claimed were ‘social assistance’ for prisoners’ families.
This includes those serving multiple life sentences for acts of terrorism, such as the planning and directing of suicide bombings.
The minimum salary is £230 a month, for a prisoner starting his sentence, and increases to a maximum of £1,957 a month for those serving more than 30 years, many of whom have been convicted of shocking atrocities.

  • Misery for UK holidaymakers as flights to and from US cancelled while New York City shuts down for Hurricane Sandy The Foreign Office and DfID have denied that the UK funds terrorism or incitement to violence in the Palestinian territories.
    Pauline Latham MP, of the International Development Select Committee said: ‘I hope that after further investigation, the DfID and the FCO can ascertain exactly how the Palestinian Authority spends aid money and put a stop to its use in detracting from any potential peace agreement between the Israelis and the Palestinians.’
    Prisoners: Palestinian prisoner allowances can go up to £1,957 a month for those serving more than 30 years (file picture)

    Prisoners: Palestinian prisoner allowances can go up to £1,957 a month for those serving more than 30 years (file picture)

    Alan Duncan, International Development Minister, has written to MP Robert Halfon, who had questioned the UK’s role in funding these prisoners. He said: ‘The PA operates two social assistance programmes to provide welfare payments to households who have lost their main breadwinner.
    ‘I hope you will also agree that dependent spouses or children should not be held responsible for the crimes of family members, or forced to live in poverty as a consequence.’
    Raheem Kassam, director of communications for the Henry Jackson Society, a foreign affairs think-tank in London said: ‘Incitement in the Palestinian territories is a crucial issue when considering the potential for peace negotiations between the Israelis and Palestinians.
    ‘That Palestinian prisoners are being supported by UK taxpayer money is an absolute scandal that must be stopped.’


Revealed By WikiLeaks: Obama Team Stole Election, Bribed Jesse Jackson And Took Russian Money In 2008

October 31, 2012

obama medvedev SC Revealed By WikiLeaks: Obama Team Stole Election, Bribed Jesse Jackson And Took Russian Money In 2008According to internal Emails circulated among the staff at Stratfor, an Austin Texas based private intelligence gathering firm, John McCain was presented with proof that Democrats in Pennsylvania and Ohio used voter fraud to win those states and committed other disturbing crimes. The communiqués were stolen and made public by WikiLeaks. An Email dated November 7, 2008 under the subject line “ Insight – The Dems & Dirty Tricks ** Internal Use Only – Pls Do Not Forward **,” was sent by Fred Burton, Stratfor’s V.P. of Intelligence. It said in part, The black Dems were caught stuffing the ballot boxes in Philly and Ohio as reported the night of the election and Sen. McCain chose not to fight. The matter is not dead inside the party. It now becomes a matter of sequence now as to how and when to “out”. 
Burton also mentioned a “six-figure” Democrat donation/bribe to Jesse Jackson to buy his silence about Israel. On October 14, 2008 Jackson told fellow attendees in at the World Policy Forum in Evian France a ‘President Obama’ would “remove the clout of Zionists who have controlled American policy for decades.”
Burton continued with an explosive charge he apparently considered quite believable, The hunt is on for the sleezy Russian money into O-mans coffers. A smoking gun has already been found. Will get more on this when the time is right. My source was too giddy to continue. Can you say Clinton and ChiCom funny money? This also becomes a matter of how and when to out.
This allegation makes some sense of Obama’s reassurances to Russian President Dmitry Medvedev caught by an open mic. Obama said “….but it’s important for him [Putin] to give me space.”
Medvedev responded: “Yeah, I understand. I understand your message about space. Space for you …”

Obama: “This is my last election. After my election, I have more flexibility.”
Medvedev: “I understand. I will transmit this information to Vladimir [Putin]…”
Fred Burton is a known quantity in the highest Intelligence circles. He has been Deputy Chief of the Department of State’s counterterrorism division for the Diplomatic Security Service (DSS).
Stratfor has acknowledged that last December its internal communications system was hacked and the group “Anonymous” has taken credit for the sabotage .  WikiLeaks started to publish Stratfor’s stolen Emails last month. Startfor will neither confirm nor deny whether the communiqués attributed to its staff are real or fabrications.


October 30, 2012

In Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft’s first encounter in the hotel room, Bancroft did not know that Hoffman was going to grab her breast. Hoffman decided offscreen to do it, because it reminded him of schoolboys trying to nonchalantly grab girls’ breasts in the hall by pretending to put their jackets on. When Hoffman did it onscreen, director Mike Nichols began laughing loudly offscreen. Hoffman began to laugh as well, so rather than stop the scene, he turned away from the camera and walked to the wall. Hoffman banged his head on the wall, trying to stop laughing, and Nichols thought it was so funny, he left it in.