‘A total fraud’
“The DNC leadership did not know how to deal with my petition, because they didn’t want a vote; they wanted unanimous acclamation,” Thomas said. “Jon Corzine, the governor of New Jersey, had his people contact the entire New Jersey delegation to not even talk to us. Ed Rendell, the governor of Pennsylvania, was contacting people not to sign our petition.”
She called Obama a “total fraud,” contending the nomination was “stolen by Obama’s people with the help of the Democratic leadership.”
She noted the delegates who signed her petition took great risk because “their name is marked to this day.”
Thomas concluded that the leadership of the DNC organized a systematic way to “defraud the vote” at the convention.
“They did so in many ways,” she said.
“Basically, the delegations would meet and the leadership would say, ‘We need to vote for Obama. You need to basically switch your vote from Hillary to Obama.’ Even though in some 16 or 14 states it was required by law that the delegation needed to vote for the candidate that they represented on the first ballot. Those state party chairs were still manipulating that delegation to break the law and vote for Obama.”
Thomas told WND she has left the Democratic Party and is now a registered independent. She said she is supporting Ron Paul for president this year because she believes he is “a constitutionalist.”
She charged that the Republican Party leadership also manipulates caucus votes to get the result desired by the party elite.
“You can see it in the caucus states with what Ron Paul is experiencing. It is no different from what we experienced. There’s systematic fraud done by the party leadership to manipulate our votes to whatever they want it to be. It has nothing to do with what the American people want.”
UN, Planned Parenthood Push Sex Rights for Ten-Year Old Kids
3/29/12 7:35 PM - New York, NY (CFAM/LifeNews) — The UN Commission on Population and Development is considering “sexual and reproductive health and rights” for children as young as ten.
Even the Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon agrees. In a statement recently released he said, “Young people, as much as all people, share the human right to health, including sexual and reproductive health.”
Currently international law does not recognize a “right” to sexual and reproductive health and certainly does not recognize this right in the case of minors. But just last year, the UN Special Rapporteur for Health, Anand Grover, stirred up significant controversy when he not only claimed that a “right” of sexual and reproductive health existed but attempted to define that right as including access to abortion, contraception, and sexual education.
The association of this right with youth by the Secretary General and the Commission on Population and Development (CPD), especially children, is more controversial since the right could be defined as including access to abortion and contraception.
Organizations like International Planned Parenthood (IPPF) and IPAS, staunch advocates for the sexual and reproductive rights of minors internationally and at the United Nations, have already issued official reports to the conference bureau supportive of rights language including contraception and abortion. They are also using the conference as an opportunity to attack parental involvement in the sexual health of their children.
For organizations like IPPF, parents are the biggest obstacle to minors accessing services like abortion and contraception, and they hope to secure language at the conference that will marginalize their role.
In its official statement, IPPF asserts, “laws that restrict young people’s access to sexual and reproductive health services, including parental or spousal consent laws” must either be removed or be refrained from being implemented. IPAS goes even further and argues that youth should be considered independent actors free of any obstacles that ignore their own “capacity to make informed decisions.” Their main goal at this conference will be to marginalize parental involvement and encourage countries supportive of their position to increase pressure for the kind of language that the Secretary General has already been proposing.
Given that the document that will be negotiated at the conference calls upon “governments…to give full attention to meeting the reproductive health, service, and education needs of young people with full respect for their privacy and confidentiality,” it seems their efforts may already have a head start.
The Commission members have started negotiating the document now and the final negotiating session will happen in April. It is sure to be among the most controversial in years.
Stop the Genocide of European Mankind David Duke
The indigenous French are a declining minority in many parts of France, in the main due to mass immigration and a higher birth rate among immigrants.
It has never been possible to get the exact figures, given that in France statistics about ethnicity are secret.
However someone has managed to find out how to get these hidden stats, and reveal just how many black people there are in any given region.
They looked at the number of babies at risk of drepanocytosis, a genetic illness that affects only Blacks.
We now for the first time a study published revealing how many blacks are living in a given region.
Through their forcing of immigration, integration and assimilation into all white countries, and only white countries, they have shown their intent to destroy the white race in whole. They are deliberately inflicting on the white race conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole.
It was reported not too long ago that the Food and Drug Administration would make a decision on the banning of the endocrine-disrupting chemical bisphenol-A (BPA). Now, the agency has finally come to a decision, and unsurprisingly, it has decided that there is not enough scientific evidence supporting for the ban of BPA – that is to say, BPA will not be banned from use in food products, plastic packaging, and personal care products.
On Friday the agency made the decision due to lack of scientific evidence to justify the new restrictions, despite tons of evidence showcasing BPAs dangers. The FDA’s problem? Much of the research was performed using mice, and so they claimed that the findings don’t relate to humans.
“While evidence from some studies have raised questions as to whether BPA may be associated with a variety of health effects, there remain serious questions about these studies, particularly as they relate to humans,” the FDA says.
But it seems that many other nations and companies seem to disagree with the FDA, in that they have already taken action in banning or removing the chemical from use. Canada banned BPA from baby bottles in 2007, while the European Union, Turkey, and other countries banned BPA from baby bottled in 2008. What’s more, various companies such as Toys “R” Us and even Walmart claimed to have discontinued use of BPA in children’s items.
BPA has been shown to prompt hyperactivity and depression in young girls, while also being linked to breast cancer in more than 130 studies. Infertility and fertility defects are also caused by BPA exposure. The chemical is used so widely that it has been found in the urine of nearly 93 percent of Americans, with one study finding that eating canned soup can spike urinary bisphenol-A levels by 1,200 percent compared to fresh soup.
FDA: BPA WILL NOT BE BANNED
“Ludicrous.” “Bogus.” “Illogical.”
Scientists and public health advocates expressed frustration on Friday as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced it will continue to allow the chemical bisphenol-A in food and beverage containers.
The decision denied a request from the Natural Resources Defense Council to ban some uses of BPA — such as in plastic food packaging and coated metal cans — that may introduce the hormone-scrambling substance into Americans’ diet.
“We believe FDA made the wrong call,” Sarah Janssen, senior scientist in the public health program at the NRDC, said in a statement. “The agency has failed to protect our health and safety — in the face of scientific studies that continue to raise disturbing questions about the long-term effects of BPA exposures.”
As The Huffington Post reported on Thursday, a court gave the FDA until Saturday to answer the 2008 petition filed by the environmental group, which referenced health effects linked to BPA. That list includes conditions that include asthma and diabetes, with fetuses, babies and young children at greatest risk. Some scientists think that hormonal changes during pregnancy, triggered by exposures to endocrine disruptors such as BPA, may also increase the risk of behavioral disorders including autism and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
this is a temporary reprieve. It is designed to give the defense teams time to respond to the state’s request for permission to appeal the trials of the three male defendants, Letalvis Cobbins, LeMaricus Davidson, and George Thomas, who were convicted of 1st degree murder.
Armenian filmmaker Suzanne Khardalian has done much to reveal the horrors of the White genocide under the Ottoman government’s systematic decimination of Armenian citizens that began before World War I and lasted until the fall of the Ottoman Empire in 1923.
Originally stretching across a large region that now includes 38 separate countries from Sudan to Israel, Jordan to Russia, the Ottoman Empire saw the rise of extremism in the political party called the Committee of Unity and Progress (CUP) lead by what was known as the ‘Young Turks’ in 1913. Party members sided against Russia with Germany during World War I. During this time a systematic program to ‘rid’ the region of Christian Armenians as well as ethnic Muslim Armenians ensued. Part of the crimes against humanity aimed to destroy Armenians who sided with Russia during World War I.
It is estimated by Armenians around the world today that over one and a half million people perished during the years in the Ottoman Empire that spanned 1915 to 1923. This figure is still not recognized though by the Republic of Turkey who continues to be at bureaucratic odds with any global stories linking the mention of genocide to Turkey. They also state a ‘more accurate’ death toll is closer to 300,000. In 1913 those known as the ‘Young Turks’ took over the region now known as Turkey via a government coup-de-tat, From 1919-1920 they were charged with crimes that linked them directly to propaganda, mass murder and atrocity.
“…Everybody thinks that the way to deal with it is just to forget it. If you forget it it will go away, and of course it doesn’t go away,” said Khardalian during a January 2011 interview with the independent Armenian publication Ianyan mag. The irony of Khardalian’s efforts to document the Armenian genocide is that she didn’t realize until quite recently, close to home, her own grandmother was one of the genocide’s personal victims.
In mapping a subject that has been taboo among many Armenian families, Khardalian’s new film documentary, “Grandma’s Tattoos,” turns the camera on herself, her extended family and her late grandmother whose face and fingers were marked with mysterious blue Turkish tattoos. Khardalian’s 1988 documentary “Back to Ararat” was the first feature length documentary on the subject. Several subsequent films have peered into the lives of survivors in Gaza.
“Grandma Khanoum,” as the family called her, was a grim woman whose only pleasure in life was listening to the 1940s Arab pop star and music celebrity Farid al-Atrash, as he sang his romantic songs on the radio. Her husband, Grandma Khanoum had married in her attempt in part to escape exploitation by Turkish men, hated her infatuation with the singer. “We never understood that this was grandma’s way of looking for love and affection,” Khardalian realizes as she begins to wonder about her grandmother’s past.
Living today in Sweden and but raised in Beirut, filmmaker Suzanne Khardalian admits that as a girl she did not like Grandma Khanoum. With her “suffocating presence” she paced hauntingly up and down the stairs of their apartment building in the Armenian quarter of Beirut.
One worrisome trait of Grandma Khanoum was that she was not affectionate and didn’t like to be touched, shares Khardalian.
The subject of the Armenian genocide is an important global one but the driving question of the film focuses with determination on its women: What happened to Grandma Khanoum? What is her secret? As Khardalian seeks to find answers, her grandmother’s story becomes emblematic of a much larger and insidious silence.
just found this within the comments of an article regarding Sweden’s suicidal immigration policy.
>But, recognizing immediate short-term urgencies to be tackled lest the Arab revolt wilts whilst ignoring a longer-term vision will precipitate an outcome contrary to the aspirations of the people and detrimental to a new Euro-Mediterranean foundation.
>The Union must propose a strategic vision to its Southern neighbourhood with a clear destination including a viable roadmap that will be acceptable, palpable and directly beneficial to the peoples – civil society — of the region as they open a new chapter in their history. This vision should be the setting up of a true Euro-Med Community.
>In order to reach this ambitious goal, the EU should offer a selective opening of its borders – casting aside a “Fortress Europe” mentality – and apply its “Money-Markets-Mobility” policy to the full but in a credible manner. To start, it must devise the prospect of full access to its Internal Market encompassing the four freedoms of movement for goods, capital, services and PEOPLE.
>nother area would be the creation of a Mediterranean labour market uniting the region and endowing workers with skills European companies need while concomitantly creating a solid middle class of consumers for European goods. In sum, we must create a Mediterranean Schengen Area for Transient Mobility. Investing in and creating jobs for a young North African population is the name of the game in town.
>Building a “common democratic home”, as envisaged by the Council of Europe, is the ultimate goal. We call these the “New Barcelona Criteria”.
>This bilateral relationship will finally require an overarching multilateral framework, a setting wherein both the Southern and Northern regions of the Mediterranean meet on equal footing such as through the establishment of a Standing Political Committee. It would be led, on the European side, by the recently designated EU Special Representative for the Southern Mediterranean Region. The Association Agreements of the past need to be revamped in the process and a new political offer framed in such a way that it would
ultimately link both shores in a close but not closed community sharing a common destiny.
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