Don't Expect Truth From Pravda
I suspect this advice wasn't necessary back in the days of the Soviet Union, but perhaps we need to remind folks that things have not improved. The Jawa Report
Oh. My. God. I hope this is a joke, but a Whois search does put the website in MoscowOh. My. God. I hope this is a joke, but a Whois search does put the website in Moscow....
Curt at Flopping Aces
Read the whole article....it's the Pravda we all knew and loved back in the day
They're talking about this article
, in which it is claimed that Don Imus was fired not for denigrating the Rutger's women's basketball team, but because he was about to blow the whistle on 9-11:
According to European reports of the events surrounding Don Imus that have gripped the United States this past week, it was during an interview with another American media personality, Tim Russert, who is the host of a television programme frequently used by US War Leaders, wherein while decrying the state of care being given to American War wounded stated, "So those bastards want to keep these boys [in reference to US Soldiers] secret? Let's see how they like it if I start talking about their [in reference to US War Leaders] secrets, starting with 9/11."
Believe it or not, some of the 9-11 Deniers immediately denounced this article
(see comments), noting that the author, Sorcha Faal, had little credibility. Indeed, Faal is a kook of the first water
In the span of less than 3 months: Gasoline prices will rise 500%. The prices of both food and shelter rise over 300%. Unemployment levels reach over 30% and are still climbing. The savings of millions evaporate overnight due to currency devaluation and bank failures. Unrest will begin in the larger cities first, then spreading out into the countryside. Strong and repressive laws are newly enacted as Police and Military forces spread throughout the country to counter all signs of growing rebellion.
If you are an American reading these words you must understand two things: 1.) This is what is soon to happen to you, and 2.) The description written above applies equally to the United States of 2005, The United States of 1929, The former Soviet Union of 1989, The German Republic of 1924, The Cuba of 1960, Argentina of 1986, Iran of 1979 and the Czarist Russian Empire of 1917, to just name a few.
Of course, this gloom-mongering tone (written in 2005, so the apocalyptic scenario seems a little tardy) is in support of an effort to sell a book:
This book begins with the most basic rule of survival, LEAVE before it gets worse. Prior knowledge about events soon to occur have saved millions over the past Century allowing them to flee the most dangerous areas ahead of time, and when they still could.
What countries are available to Americans now to immigrate to should they choose to flee? What are the ramifications in becoming an International refugee? How can ones property and wealth be converted into allowing them leave their countries of origin? These are important questions, this book provides those answers.
And the inevitable, "Act now, before it's too late!"
Do not believe foolishly either that your governments will allow much longer this book, or those by other groups seeking to assist Americans, to be available much longer into the future.
Labels: 9-11 Denial, Don Imus, Pravda