Time to End the Silence on Israel’s Nuclear Weapons, by Mehrnaz Shahabi | STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC


Talking about Israel’s nukes is forbidden, but you can make whatever unfounded allegations you want about Iran’s nuclear program. From Mehrnaz Shahabi at consortiumnews.com:

While Israel’s large arsenal of nuclear weapons is exempt from any discussion, its government drives the suspicion of Iran’s nuclear energy program, writes Mehrnaz Shahabi.

IAEA safeguard inspectors in a 2005 training exercise at Slovakia’s Mochovce nuclear power plant. (Dean Calma, IAEA, Flickr)

The attack on Natanz nuclear enrichment plant in Iran, on April 11, targeting underground centrifuges operating under (IAEA) safeguards, was an act of nuclear terror with the potential to kill and harm many thousands of human beings and irreparably contaminate the environment.

Although Israel has not confirmed or denied responsibility, the media have almost universally attributed the attack to Israel, citing senior American and Israeli intelligence officials confirming Israel’s involvement.

 According to The Jerusalem Post,

“Former Mossad chief Danny Yatom expressed concerns about the leak about Israeli involvement to the Times, warning that it could impact Israel’s operational capability, in an interview with Army Radio on Monday. ‘If indeed this thing is the result of an operation involving Israel, this leak is very serious,’ said Yatom. ‘It is detrimental to the Israeli interest and the fight against Iranian attempts to acquire nuclear weapons. There are actions that must remain in the dark.’” 

Western members of the UN Security Council and signatories to the JCPOA, media establishments, pundits and human rights organizations, i.e, the frontline crusaders against “Iran’s nuclear threats” and “human rights violations,” have failed to condemn this abhorrent crime. 

This is not the first time Israel is targeting nuclear plants.  Bombing Iraq’s Osirak nuclear reactor in 1981 and an alleged nuclear fuel plant in Deir al-Zour in Syria in 2007 were precedents.  Since 2010, Israel has started a campaign of assassination of Iranian scientists and targeted Iran’s civilian nuclear infrastructure. 

In June 2010, Natanz enrichment plant was attacked by the Stuxnet virus, a malicious computer worm, collaboratively made by the U.S. and Israel — entered into Natanz with the collaboration of the Dutch Intelligence  — which caused the centrifuges to accelerate until they disintegrated. 

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HCMC detects 15 tons of used rubber gloves imported from China – HCMC detects 15 tons of used rubber gloves imported from China – News from Saigon Times

Comment by tonytran2015: This is a major BIOLOGICAL HAZARD.


HCMC – The Saigon Port Customs Office – Zone 1 under the HCMC Customs Department on May 17 detected a container with 15 tons of used rubber gloves imported from China by Binh Thanh District-based VHC Global Co., Ltd while it was completing customs procedures at the Cat Lai Port.

The used gloves, which were dirty medical gloves and had no labels, were contained in hundreds of bags. However, the company declared that the container consisted of completely new rubber gloves used by households, the local media reported.

Last year, the city discovered many poor-quality gloves production and import cases. In August last year, the Police Division for Corruption, Smuggling and Economic Crimes under the HCMC Police Department detained two people for allegedly producing and trading in more than 53 tons of poor-quality gloves….

20 Governors Demand that the Biden Administration Start Taking the Border Crisis Seriously – Nwo Report



20 Governors Demand that the Biden Administration Start Taking the Border Crisis Seriously

Source: Nworeport

In a weekly newsletter for immigration restriction group NumbersUSA, Chris Chmielenski, the group’s Deputy Director, highlighted 20 Republican governors’ decision to send a letter to President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris urging them to immediately address the current crisis at the southern border.

They stressed how the current border crisis is greatly straining state resources. The letter was sent to the Biden-Harris administration a few days before the Department of Homeland Security released its apprehension figures for April.

Border Patrol officers apprehended 173,460 illegal aliens in April. This figure represents a 20-year high and an increase of over 4,000 from the numbers in March. 

Although border states with Republican governors like Arizona and Texas were quick to sign on to the letter, the majority of governors who signed on did not belong to border states. In the letter they stated how the current situation is a full-fledged crisis:

The crisis is too big to ignore and is now spilling over the border states into all of our states. Recently, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services called upon many of our states to identify potential housing locations for migrants. In addition, the Department circumvented our states altogether by asking private organizations and nonprofits to house unaccompanied migrant children. Often these facilities lack adequate security.

Allowing the federal government to place a potentially unlimited number of unaccompanied migrant children into our states’ facilities for an unspecified length of time with almost zero transparency is unacceptable and unsustainable. We have neither the resources nor the obligation to solve the federal government’s problem and foot the bill for the consequences of this Administration’s misguided actions.

The governors who signed on to the letter were:

  • Bill Lee of Tennessee
  • Kay Ivey of Alabama
  • Doug Ducey of Arizona
  • Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas
  • Brian Kemp of Georgia
  • Brad Little of Idaho
  • Eric Holcomb of Indiana
  • Kim Reynolds of Iowa
  • Tate Reeves of Mississippi
  • Mike Parson of Missouri
  • Greg Gianforte of Montana
  • Pete Ricketts of Nebraska
  • Chris Sununu of New Hampshire
  • Doug Burgum of North Dakota
  • Kevin Stitt of Oklahoma
  • Henry McMaster of South Carolina
  • Kristi Noem of South Dakota
  • Greg Abbott of Texas
  • Spencer Cox of Utah
  • Mark Gordon of Wyoming

The Biden administration’s culturally radical policies are beginning to provoke a national reaction. Former president Donald Trump’s immigration restriction advocacy helped put him over the top in 2020. And in 2022 and beyond, the issue will continue to be held as a priority by the Republican Party’s growing nationalist base.

Any Republican who runs away from immigration is setting himself up for a mediocre performance during election season.

The Latest: China calls for UN council action, slams US


BEIJING — Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has called on the U.N. Security Council to seek an early de-escalation of violence between Israel and Gaza’s Hamas rulers. He also blamed the U.S. for the council’s lack of action so far.

“Regrettably, the council has so far failed to reach an agreement, with the United States standing on the opposite side of international justice,”

the state-run Xinhua News Agency quoted Wang as saying in a phone conversation Saturday with Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi.

Russia Warns West Against Arctic Encroachment Ahead of Talks | Ukraine Today .org


Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Monday warned Western countries against staking claims in the Arctic, as global warming makes the region more accessible and a site of global competition.

Lavrov’s comments came ahead of a ministerial meeting of the Arctic Council that comprises Russia, the United States, Canada, Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Iceland on Wednesday and Thursday in Rejkavik.

Texas Gov. Abbott says border officials have seized enough fentanyl to kill nearly 20 million people


“There’s a new dynamic about what’s going on at the border.” Go to Source Author: {Just The News}… Read more

Polokaust Passive Genocide: Reducing the Polish Birth Rate. Jews Wear Star and Poles Wear Letter P: Polish Forced Laborers. Knab | Justice4Poland.com


Wearing the Letter P, by Sophie Hodorowicz Knab. 2016

Parallelism Between the Experiences of Poles and Jews in Nazi Germany. Forced Labor as Passive Genocide–Part of the Polokaust

Author Knab cites German historian Ulrich Herbert. He stated that over 7.6 million foreign workers were registered for the territory of the Greater German Reich. Of these, 1.7 million were Poles (not including POWs), with over half of them female, and with an average age about twenty. (p. 36).


Although Poles and Jews were supposed to be “unequal victims” of the Nazis in the group sense, their respective experiences overlapped considerably. For instance, both Jews and Poles had to wear humiliating identification. In March 1940, the March Decrees on Poles, the POLENERLASSE, had been enacted by the Nazi authorities. They required that Poles wear the “P”, be as segregated from Germans as possible, and be strictly forbidden to have intimate relations with Germans. (pp. 62-65; See also pp. 87-89). Not mentioned is the fact that the POLENERLASSE were parallel to the Nuremberg Laws for Jews.

A juxtaposition of the Polish and Jewish experience in Nazi Germany was recounted by a defiant Polish forced laborer–then 13 year-old Leokadia Dyczynska, “At the police station, they gave us the letter “P”, threatening us with heavy punishment if we failed to wear them on our breasts. The Jews have the star, we have the letter “P”. We are going to wear this symbol. We are not ashamed to be Poles.” (p. 63).

Another juxtaposition of Poles and Jews occurred as follows, “By December 1940, the Trustee for Labor ordered that ‘Poles, like Jews, should be excluded from receiving a Christmas bonus…’” (p. 115).

Some German physicians were so racist that they refused to treat Poles–in violation of medical ethics and the Hippocratic Oath. (p. 153).

The systematic degradation of Poles was intentional. It included Poles being housed with animals in barns. (p. 74).


The Polokaust was both direct and indirect. The removal of Poles from German-occupied Poland was not done solely to satisfy the need for workers. It also served a passive-genocidal purpose: It reduced the population of young adult Poles of prime childbearing age. The foregoing consideration is not mentioned in this book, and I do so for the education of the reader.

Various measures then drastically reduced the birthrate among the deportees. In Germany, Polish forced laborers were not allowed to marry. (p. 182). Pregnant Polish women were often forced to have abortions (pp. 180-on), and no one knows how many Polish women thus lost their children. (p. 185). In addition, no one knows how many pregnant Polish women committed suicide. (p. 182). Infant homes were established for the care of Polish babies while their mothers worked. The infants usually died in a matter of a few weeks from neglect. The infant homes could have numbered in the thousands throughout the Third Reich. (p. 213).


Originally published @ https://www.jewsandpolesdatabase.org/2019/11/04/polokaust-wearing-letter-p-knab/


More here: https://www.jewsandpolesdatabase.org/category/all-reviews/genocides-of-poles-constrained-by-wartime-events-planned-long-term-starvation-and-sterilization/

The Invasion of Gaza: Part of a Broader Israeli Military-Intelligence Agenda


Israeli tanks and infantry entered Gaza in an all out ground offensive. The post The Invasion of Gaza: Part of a Broader Israeli Military-Intelligence Agenda appeared first on Global Research. Israeli tanks and infantry entered Gaza in an all out ground offensive. The post The Invasion of Gaza: Part of a Broader Israeli Military-Intelligence Agenda…

Rasmussen: Voters Blame Biden, not Trump, for Migration Crisis | Truth2Freedom’s Blog


By a ratio of five to four, Americans blame President Joe Biden for the migration crisis, despite the White House’s desperate effort to shift blame to former President Donald Trump, according to a Rasmussen Reports survey.

Source: Rasmussen: Voters Blame Biden, not Trump, for Migration Crisis