Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Napal 7.8 Earthquake in Pictures - Napal PM 10,000 fear Dead - Earthquake Triggers Avalanches on Mt. Everest

   Police: 101-year-old man rescued one week after Nepal quake

Nepal earthquake: Two rescued after five days

In Kathmandu, rescue workers from Nepal and the US worked for hours to free the boy from the rubble of the building.
He was carried away with a brace strapped around his neck, and was taken to an Israeli-run field hospital.
He later told the BBC: "There were so many people around me in the rubble. They were screaming."
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Nepal PM: Earthquake Death Toll Could Reach 10,000

The death toll from the devastating earthquake in Nepal could rise to 10,000, Prime Minister Sushil Koirala has said.
Many families are awaiting news of loved ones who are still missing after the devastating earthquake struck on Saturday.
Other developments include:
  • Between 17 and 22 people were killed on Mount Everest after the quake triggered a major avalanche
  • All climbers stranded on the face of the mountain have now been airlifted to safety
  • International aid to the affected region was delayed by flights being unable to land and huge traffic jams on the roads out of Kathmandu

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Official death toll in Nepal tops 5,000

The official death toll in Nepal has topped 5,000, the country's National Emergency Operation Center has said.
The latest figures put the number of dead at 5,057, with almost 11,000 injured and more than 450,000 displaced by Saturday's devastating earthquak

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Saturday, April 4, 2015

April 4 2015 - Forty-Sevevth Anniversary of the Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The King Assassination Conspiracy: Betrayed by Judas

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 The King Assassination Conspiracy: Betrayed by Judas
On March 28 1968 King was leading a march in downtown Memphis when a masonic planned riot broke out and two Negro Masonic assassins chased King and Abernathy with the intent to assassinate both King and Abernathy on March 28.
King and Abernathy were able to find refuge at a white business until the white print shop owner was able to safely escort King and Abernathy out of town.  
On April 3, 1968, Loree Bailey, the co-owner of the Lorain Motel received a call from a member of Kings inner circle in Atlanta requesting that a specific room on the second floor be reserve for King.  (King had always stayed in a secure room on the 1st floor.) On April 4, Loree Bailey overheard a member of Kings entourage asking him to come out of his room and speak to a small group that had assemble in the parking lot. Loree Bailey knew that King was in bed suffering from a severe headache but this member of Kings inner circle insisted that King come out and talk to the people. King reluctantly came out of his room to speak to the small crowd when he was shoot. Loree knew the identity of the Judas who had Dr. King set-up to be assassinated. There were Negro masonic assassins  in Memphis the day of the assassination one from Forrest City Arkansas. Were these  the same assassins who attempted to kill King a week earlier?  According to testimony from eye witnesses from the King family vs. US government trial, the gun smoke came from the bushes across from the motel and not from the bathroom window at the boarding house where Ray had stayed. 

Dr. ML King and Loree  Bailey were killed by Negro Masonic Assassins doing the dirty work of their white masonic slave masters.

Photographer Ernest Withers doubled as FBI informant

Was the Judas who betrayed King following orders from his Masonic White Master?
Loree Bailey was killed, hung in the stairwell of her motel only hours after the King assassination. The official cover-up statement said that Loree Bailey had a stroke on April 4th and died a few days later.
Who was the Judas who set-up King? Was King assassination a Masonic hit? Was a beer distributorship part of the payoff?Steve Cokley said it best in his video.

Assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. (4 April 1968)

The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in 1964 World Telegram & Sun by Dick DeMarsico/Wikimedia Commons
The 47th anniversary of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination should inspire us all to reimagine this political revolutionary’s final act as a statesman and civil rights leader.
In the afterglow of the March on Washington and the Selma-to-Montgomery march, King became a pillar of fire, rejecting the course of political moderation and social reform that had made him palatable to white leaders and a hero to African Americans.
King’s final years found him linking the struggle for racial justice to a wider crusade to end war and poverty. Tellingly, his comprehensive approach, which focused on changing America’s foreign and domestic policies as well as hearts and minds, found him under attack by critics who claimed that he was in over his head on the subject of Vietnam and foolish to break with former ally President Lyndon B. Johnson.
The radical King formed an anti-war political alliance with black power leader Stokely Carmichael. On April 15, 1967, in New York City, King and Carmichael headlined the largest anti-war rally in American history to that date, placing two of the era’s leading black political activists at the forefront of a still-unpopular anti-war movement.
King had also publicly repudiated the war in Vietnam exactly one year to the day before his death in a speech at Riverside Church in New York City. His speech, “Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break the Silence,” announced his formal break with both the Johnson Administration (he would never visit the White House again) and political moderation.
Journalists and newspapers immediately attacked King for going beyond his civil rights portfolio into the world of foreign policy and international politics. Many publicly denounced him for having irrevocably damaged the black freedom struggle by linking it to the Vietnam War. King’s public approval ratings dropped precipitously among whites and blacks for his uncompromising stance.
His final speech, in Memphis, Tenn., where he aided 1,000 striking black sanitation workers, concluded with biblical references to having seen the “promised land,” and is noteworthy for its rhetorical and political combativeness.
In words that would not sound out of place at contemporary #BlackLivesMatter protests, King asserted that “the greatness of America is the right to protest for right.
King’s political evolution remains unacknowledged by most of the American public, leading to the irony of critics of the #BlackLivesMatter movement asserting that contemporary protesters would do well to follow in the footsteps of King and other heroes of the civil rights era. Missing from such criticism is the reality of the later King, the prophet who, after being recognized in his own lifetime, was thoroughly disregarded by past allies, politicians and the public for speaking truth to power in a manner that made the entire nation uncomfortable.
At the end of his life, King asserted that racism, militarism and materialism represented the greatest threats to humanity that the world had ever seen. History has proved King’s words to be prophetic.
The massive protests that erupted last year in the wake of grand jury decisions not to indict police officers in Ferguson, Mo., and Staten Island, N.Y., represent, in both symbolic and substantive ways, a continuation of the radical King’s political work.
Updating King’s “triple threat” means understanding the ways in which the militarism of which he spoke has invaded our domestic sphere through mass incarceration; how materialism promotes the largest income and wealth gap between the rich and poor in American history; and how institutional racism contours our current social, political and economic systems.
King spent his whole life preaching an unusually eloquent message that black lives mattered. His two most famous political sermons (at the March on Washington in 1963 and in Montgomery, Ala., in 1965) were broadcast by every major television network.
Yet there were many more radical speeches to be made, ones that linked political revolution to radical policy changes that went beyond the vote, that advocated economic redistribution and an end to war, along with a “revolution in values” designed to transform the very foundations of American democracy. It is this King whom #BlackLivesMatter demonstrations most accurately reflect and honor, even as he’s the one our nation continues to ignore.

Peniel E. Joseph, a contributing editor at The Root, is founding director of the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy 

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Iran Nuclear Deal Completed - Kenya School 147 Dead - Migrant Shipwreck - Rwanda Genocide Remembered April 6 1994

HISTORIC... 'Every Pathway For A Nuclear Weapon Is Cut Off'... Iran: 'New Chapter Of Hope'.


Zarif acknowledged that the final agreement wasn't perfect, but described the announcement as a "historic moment."
"Today could have been the end of hope," he said, "but now we are starting a new chapter of hope."
The breakthrough comes after months of thorny negotiations between Iran and the so-called P5+1 group -- the five permanent members of the U.N. Security Council and Germany.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry made a statement in Vienna, saying "this is the good deal that we have sought."
Kerry stated that while the deal is historic, the implementation is what matters. "I’m not going to stand here and tell you every is going to work without a bump," he said. Kerry added that the deal contains ample mechanisms for ensuring the terms are met, however, and that the agreement makes evident the consequences of non-compliance.
Iran reached a historic deal with six world powers on Tuesday that promises to curb Tehran’s controversial nuclear program in exchange for economic sanctions relief.
The accord was announced on Tuesday by Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and the European Union's foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini in a joint statement in the Austrian capital, Vienna.
President Obama spoke from the White House on Tuesday, touting the historic importance of the deal and threatening to veto any legislation blocking it. Obama also stated that the terms of the agreement would be enforced. "This deal is not built on trust, it is built on verification," the president stated.
Obama spoke last night with Secretary of State Kerry before the deal was announced, a senior administration official told The Huffington Post. The two also met before Kerry traveled to Vienna and President Obama instructed the negotiating team to not worry about deadlines, according to the official.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani promoted the merits of the deal in a televised address on Tuesday. Rouhani said that the deal marks a new chapter of relations with the world, calling it a "win-win" result. He also denied that Iran had ever intended to attain a nuclear weapon.

Kenya  School  attacked by Terrorist  147 dead at Kenya university

NAIROBI, Kenya — Armed terrorists stormed a university in northern Kenya on Thursday, killing 147 people, wounding dozens and taking hostages during a 15-hour siege until four militants were killed by security forces. Christians and converts to Islam appeared to have been the targets.
More than 550 students were evacuated and 79 were injured in the standoff on the Garissa University campus, about 90 miles from the Somali border. The Somali-based Islamic terrorist group backed by Israel's Mossad,Isis, and Sunni Arabs, Al-Shabab claimed responsibility for the attack — the al-Qaeda-linked organization's deadliest in Kenya.


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President Obama on Thursday condemned the terrorist attack at a Kenyan university that has claimed at least 150 lives.
Al-Shabab fighters stormed Garissa University early Thursday morning, with masked gunmen reportedly assembling hundreds of students together and then gunning them down. At least 79 people have been wounded. Al-Shabab, a terrorist organization based in neighboring Somalia, has claimed responsibility.
“We extend our deep condolences to the families and loved ones of all those killed in this heinous attack, which reportedly included the targeting of Christian students. Our thoughts and prayers also are with the many injured,” White House press secretary Josh Earnest said in a statement. “The United States is providing assistance to the Kenyan Government, and we will continue to partner with them as well as with others in the region to take on the terrorist group al-Shabaab. The United States stands with the people of Kenya, who will not be intimidated by such cowardly attacks.”
Mr. Obama is scheduled to travel to Kenya later this year.


The 147 People Killed in the Garissa Attack Are More Than a Statistic

The 147 People Killed in the Garissa Attack Are More Than a Statistic


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Isis Raqaa SiriaISIS was never just a rogue band of militants that emerged out of thin air. As President Obama aptly stated recently, "ISIL is direct outgrowth of al Qaeda in Iraq which grew out of our invasion which is an example of unintended consequences which is why we should generally aim before we shoot."

ISIS may have come to media headlines in the spring of 2014, but Western injustices played a role long before. This virus was planted in the 1980s when the CIA created and trained radicals to fight our proxy wars. This virus was strengthened by studying books promoting radicalization and terrorism, paid for by U.S. tax dollars and printed at the University of Nebraska. It was emboldened when the U.S. government funded and supported Saddam Hussein's dictatorship. And it was let loose during the illegal Iraq War in which the United States led a coalition of 36 nations to bomb and destroy a nation and dictator they had previously built and empowered, killing hundreds of thousands of civilians in the process.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's hawkish words from 2002 ring hollow as he advocated for the illegal invasion, "If you take out Saddam's Regime, I guarantee you, that it will have enormous positive reverberations on the region." ISIS is tragically one such "enormous positive reverberation."

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Malta’s Prime Minister on Sunday slammed the human traffickers who he accused of risking people’s lives by putting them on unstable ships in unpredictable waters after more than 700 migrants were feared dead in the latest Mediterranean boat tragedy.
It’s “genocide — nothing less than genocide, really,” Prime Minister Joseph Muscat told CNN.
“Gangs of criminals are putting people on a boat, sometimes even at gunpoint … they’re putting them on the road to death, really, and nothing else,” Muscat adds.
Meanwhile, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon on Sunday appealed to world governments to share the burden of taking in refugees
Ban said he was “shocked and deeply saddened” by reports of the shipwreck off the coast of Libya and noted that it was the latest in a line of incidents in the last week.

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This latest shipwreck comes a day after the one of the deadliest incidents of the recent migrant crisis, in which a ship carrying hundreds of people capsized in the Mediterranean. As many as 700 people are feared dead.
As a result of those deaths, European Union leaders will hold an emergency meeting on Thursday to re-evaluate Europe's response to the surge of migrants predominantly fleeing conflict and repression in the Middle East and North Africa.
If the death toll is confirmed, there will have been more than 1,500 migrant deaths in 2015 from doomed journeys across the Mediterranean

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Iran and six world powers agreed to a framework for a final deal on Iran's controversial nuclear program, officials announced Thursday.
The understanding paves the way for the start of a final phase of talks that aims to reach a comprehensive agreement by the end of June. The agreement concludes weeks of intense negotiations and comes two days beyond the initial March 31 deadline for an outline deal.
"We have reached solutions on key parameters on a joint comprehensive plan of action," EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini said at a joint press conference with Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Reading a statement on behalf of negotiators, Mogherini specified that Iran has accepted limitations on its enrichment capacity that include retaining only one enrichment facility, Natanz. The Fordo fortified site will be converted into a scientific center, according to the statement.
Europe and the United States will end nuclear-related economic and financial sanctions on Iran under the future deal after the United Nations' nuclear agency confirms Tehran's compliance with the deal.
“We will now start drafting a comprehensive text,” Mogherini said.
U.S. President Barack Obama lauded the agreement as a "historic understanding" in a press statement outside The White House.


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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blasted the framework nuclear agreement with Iran Thursday in a telephone conversation with President Obama, putting him on a collision course with the U.S. and his closest allies.
Netanyahu said he voiced his "strong opposition" to the outline -- which is being welcomed around much of the globe -- and said a final deal based on this framework would "threaten the survival of Israel."

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Blackwater security contractors sentenced for massacre of 17 Iraqi civilians


WASHINGTON — One former employee of the private Blackwater Worldwide security company was sentenced Monday to life in prison and three others to 30 years each behind bars for their roles in a 2007 mass shooting in Baghdad that left 17 people dead.
A federal jury convicted the four in October after a lengthy trial that saw some 30 witnesses travel from Iraq to testify against the security contractors. Prosecutors accused the men of illegally unleashed “powerful sniper fire, machine guns and grenade launchers on innocent men, women and children.”
Senior U.S. District Court Judge Royce Lamberth sentenced Blackwater sniper Nicholas Slatten to a term of life in prison, mandatory for his first-degree murder conviction. Blackwater workers Paul Slough, Evan Liberty and Dustin Heard were sentenced to 30 year each, plus one day.
Slough was convicted of 13 counts of voluntary manslaughter, 17 counts of attempted manslaughter and a firearms offense. The jury convicted Liberty of eight counts of voluntary manslaughter, 12 counts of attempted manslaughter and a firearms offense. Heard was found guilty of six counts of voluntary manslaughter, 11 counts of attempted manslaughter and a firearms offense.
According to prosecutors, the four were among seven Blackwater employees who opened fire in the Nusoor Square traffic circle in Baghdad, killing 17 people.
An FBI investigation found 14 of the deaths unjustified, according to rules of engagement for private security contractors in Iraq. Slatten was accused of firing the first shots.
Blackwater said its convoy came under attack, and defense attorneys said in court that witness accounts were fabricated. But witnesses testified that the contractors opened fire without provocation.
“It was horror,” said Hasan Jaber, an attorney who was driving to work when he was shot three times. “People running out of their cars were being shot at. … Anything that moved in Nusoor Square was shot. Women, children, young people, they shot everyone.”

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Rwandan Genocide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Rwandan Genocide was a genocidal mass slaughter of Tutsi and moderate Hutu in Rwanda by members of the Hutu majority. During the approximate 100-day period from April 7, 1994, to mid-July, an estimated 500,000–1,000,000 Rwandans were killed,[1] constituting as much as 20% of the country's total population and 70% of the Tutsi then living in Rwanda. The genocide was planned by members of the core political elite known as the akazu, many of whom occupied positions at top levels of the national government. Perpetrators came from the ranks of the Rwandan army, the National Police (gendarmerie), government-backed militias including the Interahamwe and Impuzamugambi, and the Hutu civilian population.
The genocide took place in the context of the Rwandan Civil War, an ongoing conflict beginning in 1990 between the Hutu-led government and the Rwandan Patriotic Front (RPF), which was largely composed of Tutsi refugees whose families had fled to Uganda following earlier waves of Hutu violence against the Tutsi. International pressure on the Hutu-led government of Juvénal Habyarimana resulted in a cease-fire in 1993 with a roadmap to implement the Arusha Accords that would create a power-sharing government with the RPF. This agreement displeased many conservative Hutu, including members of the Akazu, who viewed it as conceding to enemy demands. Among the broader Hutu populace, the RPF military campaign had also intensified support for the so-called "Hutu Power" ideology, which portrayed the RPF as an alien force intent on reinstating the Tutsi monarchy and enslaving the Hutus, a prospect met with extreme opposition.
On April 6, 1994, an airplane carrying Habyarimana and Burundian president Cyprien Ntaryamira was shot down on its descent into Kigali, killing all on board.[2] Genocidal killings began the following day: soldiers, police and militia quickly executed key Tutsi and moderate Hutu leaders, then erected checkpoints and barricades and used Rwandans' national identity cards to systematically verify their ethnicity and kill Tutsi. These forces recruited or pressured Hutu civilians to arm themselves with machetes, clubs, blunt objects and other weapons to rape, maim and kill their Tutsi neighbors and destroy or steal their property. The breach of the peace agreement led the RPF to restart their offensive and rapidly seize control of the northern part of the country before capturing Kigali in mid-July, bringing an end to the genocide. During these events and in their aftermath, the United Nations (UN) and countries including the United States, Great Britain and Belgium were criticized for their inaction, including failure to strengthen the force and mandate of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda (UNAMIR) peacekeepers, while observers criticized the government of France for alleged support of the genocidal regime after the genocide had begun.
The genocide had a lasting and profound impact on Rwanda and its neighboring countries. The pervasive use of war rape caused a spike in HIV infection, including babies born of rape to newly infected mothers; many households were headed by orphaned children or widows. The destruction of infrastructure and a severe depopulation of the country crippled the economy, challenging the nascent government to achieve rapid economic growth and stabilization. The RPF military victory and installation of an RPF-dominated government prompted many Hutus to flee to neighboring countries, particularly in the eastern portion of Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of Congo) where the Hutu genocidaires began to regroup in refugee camps along the border with Rwanda. Declaring a need to avert further genocide, the RPF-led government led military incursions into Zaire, including the First (1996–97) and Second (1998–2003) Congo Wars. Armed struggles between the Rwandan government and their opponents in DRC have continued to play out through proxy militias in the Goma region, including the M23 rebellion (2003–2013). Large Rwandan Hutu and Tutsi populations continue to live as refugees throughout the region. Today, Rwanda has two public holidays commemorating the genocide. The national commemoration period begins with Genocide Memorial Day on April 7 and concludes with Liberation Day on July 4. The week following April 7 is designated an official week of mourning. The Rwandan Genocide served as the impetus for creating the International Criminal Court to eliminate the need for ad hoc tribunals to prosecute those accused in future incidents of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.