OWoN Exclusive | Oh what a tangled web they weave

One World of Nations
16 June 2014

No one wants to say this, but in addition to American supplied weapons to start with initially, the pot keeps growing. And why most parties have told the US they are on their own with their spawn.

There are approximately 2300 Stinger missiles scattered in Iraq, and a safe assumption would be ISIS has a number of them. Should the US elect to send in air strikes against ISIS from the carrier battle group now in position to strike, the attacking aircraft are more than likely to get shot down with American made missiles! Thank you American taxpayers. The Stingers were left behind to protect the Iraqi government from various potential future air attacks, but by whom was never explained.

Media has reported Obama said the US won’t be sending ground troops into Iraq, so an aerial attack is the only military option. However, forget the media nonsense, the carrier battle group is not a viable threat but more of a show of force which the administration hopes will scare ISIS. Fat chance of that happening. Even a jackal cannot be controlled when he is hungry for more with a blood lust ability to take what he wants. Obama needs congressional approval to conduct air strikes, unless he simply issues an executive order, like so many times before.

What happens if Baghdad and the embassy gets encircled? See the dilemma. Who can forget the evacuation of the embassy in Vietnam, only this time those choppers may well be shot down as would their air cover. Fine mess we are watching evolve.

And who will believe those Stingers will now be secluded to just Iraq? ISIS is growing into a regional and perhaps a global threat which no one wants to finger as such and is a menace to many countries in the Middle East and beyond. Saudi Arabia and Qatar both have a hand in money supply as does the US. The Middle East has always been unsettled, only now it is more dangerous.

Cannot wait to see what Iran, China and Israel do as all three have more to lose in the short term than the US. But perhaps out of chaos will come a solution, maybe one not expected. In the meantime it distracts from the economic problems growing rapidly.

So way out of their depth as War Crimes come home to roost.

Rothschild Crony Capitalist Summit Plots Against Free Markets

Proof, you can't keep a bad Rothschild down.

"The prescriptions offered at the Rothschild summit will only lead to more exploitation, more tyranny, more centralized and less accountable government, more unearned wealth for the establishment, and more human misery. What humanity really needs are freer markets, honest money as opposed to cartel-owned central-banking scams, honest government, more freedom, more faith, and respect for individual rights."

A clear definition of what one needs to decide to go with. Integrity is a dirty word to the Rothschilds.

The New American
By Alex Newman
13 June 2014

Under the guise of re-defining and improving what they inaccurately called “capitalism,” top insiders representing institutions that control some $30 trillion in assets met at a Rothschild-sponsored “Inclusive Capitalism” summit in London to push what sounded suspiciously like global tyranny. From the IMF boss quoting Karl Marx to crony capitalist CEOs and central bankers pushing radical notions of “sustainability,” the globalist bigwigs consistently blamed what little remains of the free market for the horrific failures of socialism, central banking, and Big Government. Ironically, many of the attendees enriched by fleecing taxpayers via government were tripping over themselves to advocate more wealth redistribution and taxes.

The conference, held in late May, was convened by Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, who married into the infamous, unimaginably wealthy Rothschild banking dynasty that extracted much of its obscene fortune from humanity using the coercive power of government. Attendees and speakers included Prince Charles, International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Christine Lagarde (shown), former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Bank of England boss Mark Carney, former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, and more. Also in attendance: pension-fund bosses, Big Business CEOs, and other top figures representing an estimated one third of the world’s investable wealth. Among the “supporting organizations” for the summit were the CIA-linked Ford Foundation and the globalist Rockefeller Foundation.

While pretending to defend what they call “capitalism,” the crony capitalists behind the summit and in attendance were hardly speaking of genuine free markets in the traditionally understood sense of the term. In fact, the powerful attendees were referring to the Big Government system that has existed in recent decades — a plutocratic economic regime in which currencies and interest rates are controlled by privately owned central banks; where the fastest way to get rich is to buy politicians; and where governments squander around half of the people’s wealth on their scheming even in supposedly “capitalist” countries.

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If Ukraine tries to steal Europe-bound gas, Gazprom will develop alternative routes - Miller

Russia is ready to cut off Ukraine's Gas and bypass them into the EU. Winter will freeze them out.

No surprise here at all as you knew they would never agree to a deal, and quite possibly they will not agree to a arbitrated one either.

An underground gas storage facility is seen in the village of Mryn, 120 km (75 miles) north of Kiev. 
(Reuters / Gleb Garanich)

16 June 2014

Gazprom plans to use other pipelines to deliver natural gas to European markets, if Ukraine tries to intercept some of the 185 million cubic meters Russia sends through, Gazprom head Aleksey Miller said on Monday.

“In this case, we will increase deliveries through Yamal and northern pipelines,” Miller said. Another route to Europe that bypasses Ukraine is the South Stream, which will eventually deliver 64 billion cubic meters of gas to Europe.

“In December 2015, South Stream will deliver its first gas to Bulgaria,” Miller said.

Gazprom has long voiced concern over the risk of Ukraine as a gas transit zone, which is a reason they embarked on the projects Nord and South Stream, to cut out what Miller said is a 'moderate risk'.

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ISIS 'execute' 1,700 Iraqi soldiers, post gruesome pictures (GRAPHIC)

It gets dirtier and dirtier - the murder continues.

When will Bush and Blair face justice for war crimes? Don't you think it is time?

When will Obama and Clinton face the music for Benghazi? Because without the Libyan arms falling into the hands of extremists, would this even be happening?

It is time for them all to be outed for what they are - war criminals and facilitators for crimes against humanity, just to name a few.

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An image uploaded on June 14, 2014 on the jihadist website Welayat Salahuddin allegedly shows militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) executing dozens of captured Iraqi security forces members at an unknown location in the Salaheddin province. (AFP Photo)

16 June 2014

Radical Sunni militants who have been capturing cities in northwest Iraq claimed on Twitter that they executed 1,700 Iraqi soldiers. The radicals posted graphic photos as evidence.

The photographs, which were posted on the Twitter account associated with the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS/ISIL), came with captions that described their alleged massacre. They did not provide a date or location, but chief military spokesman Lt. Gen. Qassim al-Moussawi said the killings took place in Salahuddin province, located north of Baghdad.

Some of the images show dozens of captured men in civilian clothes loaded onto trucks, with the captions saying that they were taken to their deaths.

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In Bolivia, Ban to urge G77 to work together on anti-poverty, climate change

Let us hope Agenda 21 is declined and a more people and earth friendly discussions come out of this, rather than more government / corporate controls.

On another note, should President Evo Morales search every incoming diplomatic plane in case one of them is smuggling Snowden?

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Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon with President Evo Morales in El Torno Municipality, Bolivia. Photo: Evan Schneider/UN Photo

UN News Centre
14 June 2014

Addressing the bloc of developing countries known as the Group of 77 (G77) and China, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is today expected to urge world leaders to work together to reduce poverty and inequality, while balancing the needs of the environment and addressing climate change.

 Mr. Ban arrived yesterday in the Bolivian city of Santa Cruz for the G77 Summit which over two days will gather heads of state and government representatives from more than 130 member countries under the theme, “New World Order for Living Well”.

“We need a strong partnership between the G77 and China and the rest of the UN Member States,” the UN chief told the press.

This year's summit comes amidst the 1,000 days of accelerated actions to reach the anti-poverty targets known as the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and as the international community is working on a post-2015 sustainable development agenda to replace them. Mr. Ban stressed that a new development agenda must be based on human-rights and the rule of law, and in line with the UN Charter.

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Merkel wants hurdles removed to EU-Mercosur free trade pact

Germany is becoming more cozy with Brazil, a BRICS member. Also other Mercosur members which the US foreign policy has alienated.
"we are reading major investments and partnership is been agreed [to]"

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16 June 2014

German Chancellor Angela Merkel assured Brazil on Sunday (15 June) that she will do her utmost to bring to a successful end the 15-year-old negotiation of a free trade deal between the European Union and South America's Mercosur trade bloc.

Merkel, stopping in the Brazilian capital on her way to see the German soccer team play in the World Cup today said Germany and Brazil, the two largest economies in Europe and Latin America, had much to gain from more trade and investment.

"We have a lot of interest in reaching a free trade agreement between Mercosur and the European Union," she said in a statement to reporters after meeting with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff. "I will do what is possible so that we can take a step forward and overcome the obstacles."

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Russia's Gazprom reduces gas to Ukraine after deadline passes

Why give free gas to fascists. You get what you pay for.

By Maria Kiselyova
and Denis Pinchuk
16 June 2014

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian natural gas exporter Gazprom reduced supplies to Ukraine on Monday after Kiev failed to meet a deadline to pay off its gas debts in a dispute that could disrupt supplies to the rest of Europe.

Announcing that Ukraine will now only get gas it pays for in advance, Moscow put the onus on its neighbour to guarantee the European Union receives supplies that transit through Ukraine.
Kiev and Moscow failed to agree overnight on the price of future gas deliveries, with both sides refusing to abandon well-established positions: Russia offering a discount and Ukraine rejecting it as a tool for political manipulation.

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U.S. to Evacuate Many Staff Members From Baghdad Embassy

It now seems the fix is in and trillions were wasted, along with countless casualties, for the lies of Tony Blair and George Bush. Now perhaps Obama can explain why his drones saw no evil, knew no evil and heard no evil when ISIS came a calling, and why the guns being used came via Libya paid with American dollars producing the scandal called Benghazi. BENGHAZI - Clinton and Obama. Your criminality is coming home to roost.

Atlas Shrugs
By Pamela Geller
15 June 2014

It looks as if Barack Obama knows that Baghdad is going to fall — or become the scene of open warfare between two Muslim armies, both fiercely to the U.S. Score yet another surrender and failure for Obama. He is driving this nation to ruin and emboldening jihadis around the world.

“U.S. to Evacuate Many Staff Members From Baghdad Embassy,” by Tim Arango and Michael R. Gordon, New York Times, June 15, 2014

ERBIL, Iraq — The American Embassy in Baghdad plans to evacuate a substantial number of its personnel this week in the face of a militant advance that rapidly swept from the north toward the capital, the State Department announced on Sunday.

The embassy, a beige fortress on the banks of the Tigris River within the heavily-secured Green Zone, where Iraqi government buildings are also located, has the largest staff of any United States Embassy.

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