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“For a nation to have this moral strength and resolution, the government must have the support of the people. The people must agree that the reasons for this war are necessary, just and deserving of the utmost sacrifice. Leaders who would engage war without this moral justification find their power bases crumbling”
Sun Tzu The First Factor



 Sabbath-observant Jew named Obama’s new White House chief of staff
Jacob (Jack) Lew, who last served as the White House budget director, will be replacing William Daley, who resigned just one year into the job. The change will take effect at the end of the month. (Daley had to be replaced, after accepting the seat vacated by Rahm Emanuel, another Zionist Jew that became mayor of Chicago. Why is there a disproportional number of Jews in the Obama White House? Thanks AIPAC.)

Obama Using Unconstitutional Measures to Ban Guns
In another bold move, President Obama informed Congress and the American people that he and he alone will decide which laws coming to his desk are constitutional or not. (Only one source to blame, the ‘national emergency’ that we have lived under our entire lives. It gives any holder of the White House dictatorial powers and has since the Civil War.)

A Las Vegas billionaire has contributed $5 million to an independent group backing Newt Gingrich, breathing new life into the former House Speaker’s struggling campaign for the GOP presidential nomination and casting renewed attention on the role of such groups in the 2012 contest. (This is what the Supreme Court gave us, unlimited donations. You might remember Gingrich from years past with his ‘Republican Revolution’ starring the USA PATRIOT ACT)


Mitt Romney has taken a step closer to the Republican Party presidential nomination after claiming victory in the New Hampshire primary.( Was it . . . Diebold wins again? Or the voters like the Con Job?)
In victory speech, Romney says he’ll always support Israel Minutes after the polls closed Tuesday night, Mitt Romney took to the stage as projections gave him a decisive victory in the first-in-the-nation Republican presidential primary. ( How about supporting this country . . . Idiot.)
Federal Agents Helped Major Drug Trafficer Move Millions in Cash
Investigators with the Drug Enforcement Agency helped a Mexican narcotics kingpin transfer million of dollars in illegal cash profits (They can buy more guns now, to be blamed on Americans. Plus, the corporations ( including the USA) can catch people with the drugs make arrests and sell more bonds on Wall Street .)


Russian, French, warships off Syria, Iran, US drones over Iranian coast US, Russian French and British air and naval forces streamed to the Syrian and Iranian coasts over the weekend on guard for fresh developments at the two Middle East flashpoints.
Mr Assad, who has launched a brutal crackdown against opponents, claimed a foreign conspiracy was behind attempts to topple his regime and vowed: “We will declare victory soon.” ( I can’t blame him and from other articles it is obvious it is a foreign conspiracy.)
Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner, visiting Beijing this week, is expected to press China’s leaders to reduce the country’s oil imports from Iran. But Geithner is likely to find Beijing resistant to putting financial pressure on the government in Tehran.
A multi-disciplinary ministerial team will leave for Iran on January 16 to work out the modalities for a ‘payment plan’ to ensure smooth supplies of crude oil from Tehran, the second biggest exporter of oil to India, in view of impeding U.S. sanctions against Iran.
Is it safe to say India is still going to do business with Iran?

 Guatanamo imprisonment stokes Afghan hatred of US
Ten years ago US troops took Haji Shahzada from his rural Afghan home in the early hours of the morning and sent him on a bizarre journey to prison in Cuba. Ten years later, back home on his small farm, he hates the American people with a passion and says he would take his revenge if he had the chance.( Well of coarse we are winning, . . . winning hatred, and not for our freedom. You don’t win ‘hearts and minds’ through torture.)

We are told the missiles heading to China were to be “cloned” for sale along with radar and launch units, already there. They would be sold worldwide under Israeli branding in competition with the US. Israel is free to sell to clients the US would be likely to refuse. (What a good friend and Ally, Israel is. No wonder Romney supports them.)

 Chavez and Ahmadinejad mock ‘US imperialism’ and joke about having an atomic bomb
“The imperialist madness has been unleashed in a way that has not been seen for a long time” Chávez said in a ceremony to welcome Ahmadinejad at his presidential palace in Caracas. Both men hugged, beamed, held hands and showered each other with praise.

A Responsibility to Protect (R2P) NATO intervention modelled on Libya is contemplated. The Free Syrian Army is a de facto paramilitary creation of NATO. ( It doesn’t look good. Any attack on Syria will involve Iran.)

 Did you know that by law the US guarantees Israel’s oil suppy – no matter what?
 It commits U.S. taxpayers to maintain a strategic U.S. reserve for Israel, equivalent to $3 billion in 2002 dollars. Special legislation was enacted to exempt Israel from restrictions on oil exports from the USA. Moreover, the U.S. government agreed to divert oil from the USA, even if this causes domestic shortages.(What a good friend we have in Israel, Thanks AIPAC. )

Various countries have been buying gold. Russia, China, and India have all bought a lot . . . . Which brings me to my speculation. The list of countries accumulating gold is similar to the list of countries that were reported to be talking about the need for a new reserve currency to replace the dollar.

(Ending on a happy note)
The Donkey Whisperer Roger Williams is running for Congress in Texas, and he’s one of the good guys.He’s also got a sense of humor. But Democrats probably won’t like him.