Saturday, June 14, 2008

IRELAND vs. BILDERBERG EU: 1 - 0 Win Rejecting Further Integration (G-O-O-O-A-A-L-L!!!)


People of Ireland Vote No on the Lisbon Treaty

This is a clip from We Are Change Ireland's Documentary called End of Nations - EU Takeover & the Lisbon Treaty


IRELAND vs. BILDERBERG EU: 1 - 0 Win Rejecting Further Integration (G-O-O-O-A-A-L-L!!!)


Hey Folks,

There's some fantastic news on the countries vs. global corporate-mafia front.

Incidentally: this a battle we're all involved in whether we like it or not.

So: we might as well make enough noise to win.

The courageous people of the lovely country of Ireland (I've been there and it's awesome) successfully forced a constitutionally guaranteed referendum on the Lisbon Treaty to further integrate the European Union (EU) and scored a huge victory in resoundingly rejecting it. Versions of this resistance can happen any place where the people decide they like where they live and want to keep their country, including the people of Canada, America and Mexico rejecting the SPP.Gov / North American Union.

Final numbers may be misleading as corrupt city officials likely skewed the count despite higher polling numbers, but either way it's a big set-back for the big bankers and corporate cronies who usually do whatever they want to countries whether the people there like it or not. Of course they'll try again, spin it and fear-monger in the whoreporate media by saying it's bad for business to refuse it, but it's also bad for businesses to use fear to scare us into accepting whatever they want to do to us.

Ireland vs. Bilderberg EU: 1 - 0


Yahoo! News

Irish treaty rejection plunges EU into crisis

1 hour, 37 minutes ago

DUBLIN (AFP) - Irish voters dealt a stunning blow to the European Union's grand reform plans Friday by rejecting a new treaty and plunging the bloc into a new crisis.

The Lisbon Treaty, designed to replace the EU constitution torpedoed by French and Dutch voters three years ago, was rejected by 53.4 percent to 46.6 percent in a referendum, according to official figures.



1) Protect your own neighborhood by dropping information in your neighbors mailboxes on a weekly basis. The only people we can consistently trust are those we see on a regular basis who share the same reality we can see every day, which includes our neighbors. Tie in what you all admit is happening including cameras put everywhere and so on. Get informed on particular topics and use MS Word or PowerPoint (or whatever) to channel your creativity and make simple hand-outs you photocopy and share. Use the common language of those around you. As gas prices climb and drive all prices on any transported goods up, we need answers that make more sense then the useless ones we get that rob us of a chance to control our future. You can do this anonymously and come out if approached, or create an alias to contact via email, but the bottom line is the only people who are accountable to you are those you see on a regular basis, a fact that will only get more important to us in the near future.

2) Contact your elected representatives at all levels of power and ask them to represent you by helping to stop the North American Union and more. They may be more interested than you think since they're threatened by the same centralization of power and control too. Canadian NDP-MP Libby Davies just read a petition in Parliament demanding a new investigation into 9/11 based on the public flaws in the Bush Administration's and because 24 Canadians died in the attacks. She did this because of a petition signed by just 500 people and because she wanted to and needed the push from her constituents. Arizona State Senator Karen Johnson has been campaigning outside John McCain's office with hunger-striking Professor Blair Gadsby asking him to meet with Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth. There's lots going on and our politicians have the power to make stuff happen if people ask. You may be pleasantly surprised by what you can get done since it's been done many times before.

3) Attend rallies like the Stop The SPP (Security and Prosperity Partnership) and North American Union event on June 14th from 1 - 4 pm at Queen's Park in Toronto presented by and affiliates. They can wake up the whole city including law enforcement officers who attend to provide security. They also give you an excuse to poster the neighbourhood with information reminding people they need to get informed and involved based on what they feel and see happening. As long as people are publicly speaking out then it's easier for others to have private conversations about the same, especially if they see something that reminds them like a poster or flyer. Some people on the street will say they're in favor of it, but when you ask they'll admit they've done no research and are just making up any benefits they "guess" they'll get. That's more like the "conspiracy theorist" slanderous stereotype than the truth about most of us being dedicated researchers. The irony is hilarious.

4) Since the internet is going down soon and we're switching to Internet 2 (see below) with higher costs, more censorship and more control, we need to use it now to wake people up. Collect publicly available emails from groups you relate to and contact the individuals on a regular basis with information, especially since advertisers know it takes 7 times before a message sinks in with the public. Let them know you're a fellow nurse who hates vaccines, lawyer who likes jury trials which are being phased-out, police officer who hates tasers, journalist who hates lying and so on. Contact anyone with either your own writing, copies of articles, links to movies and so on. If anyone doesn't want to be contacted, politely wish them well and take their name off your list. With nearly 90% of the western world online we can reach nearly everyone this way and slow down or stop the horrible attacks on all of us, especially since every second person you see today is supposed to get cancer in the next few years.

5) Remember the values that make us human and allow us to interact peacefully. Apply them to what you see sold everywhere by corrupt corporations and governments. See how we're being turned into children who are incapable of manifesting our own destinies. Show friends the socialization that leads to us saying how stupid people are. Figure out if you're drinking from the same whoreporate media drinking fountain and getting dumber too. We need to give each other philosophical frameworks for interpreting the thousands of messages we get each day. If something makes more sense than what you've heard then repeat it on behalf of someone else who might not have heard it. The biggest weapons the New World Order have against us are fear, confusion and lies. All can be beaten by courage, candor and truth. Once people get in the habit of thinking for themselves and re-interpreting why they're sold what they sold they will de-program themselves by looking at everything they see in a new way.

It makes the world hilarious too, which is a lot of fun.

There's a million great things happening including Congressman Dennis Kucinich introducing 35 articles of impeachment against Bush and Cheney on the House floor, something the whoreporate media is criminally ignoring, so look into it yourself. For now the article on Ireland rejecting further EU integration plus one on Internet 2 full of links at the original site is below. Please archive, print and share it with everyone and search, and among other great sites for more great news and info to help you understand what really happened today.

Have a great weekend... :-)



Yahoo! News

Irish treaty rejection plunges EU into crisis

1 hour, 37 minutes ago

DUBLIN (AFP) - Irish voters dealt a stunning blow to the European Union's grand reform plans Friday by rejecting a new treaty and plunging the bloc into a new crisis.

The Lisbon Treaty, designed to replace the EU constitution torpedoed by French and Dutch voters three years ago, was rejected by 53.4 percent to 46.6 percent in a referendum, according to official figures.

Despite gloomy predictions over the new effort to make the 27-nation group work, the European Commission insisted that the treaty was still "alive" and that EU leaders will discuss the crisis with Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen at a summit next week.

"The European Commission believes that the remaining ratifications should continue to take their course," the EU executive's chief Jose Manuel Barroso said in Brussels.

He said he had spoken to Cowen and that the Irish premier "also believed the treaty is not dead, the treaty is alive."

But Irish "no" campaigners insisted the referendum result was definitive, since all 27 EU members must ratify the treaty for it to come into effect.

"The Lisbon treaty is finished," said Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams, whose Republican movement was the only one in the Irish parliament to campaign against the EU treaty.

Czech President Vaclav Klaus, a well-known eurosceptic, said the ratification process was "finished."

Even Luxembourg Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker, a fervent pro-European, said it was now "clear" that the Lisbon Treaty could not come into force on January 1, 2009 as planned.

"This decision is not good for Ireland (and) not good for Europe," he said.

In Dublin, Justice Minister Dermot Ahern called the vote "disappointing" but conceded: "For a myriad of reasons, the people have spoken."

Opponents of the treaty began celebrating as early results showed that the "no" vote was going to win the day.

"It is a great and proud day to be an Irishman and a European. It is a great day for democracy," said Irish tycoon Declan Ganley, who was a key figure in the "no" campaign ahead of Thursday's poll.

Rejection leaves the EU -- whose leaders meet in Brussels next week -- facing a new crisis like that which followed the 2005 Franco-Dutch snub to the EU constitution.

EU heavyweights France and Germany expressed regret over the Irish result, but voiced hope that other EU states will continue ratification of the text.

"We take note of the democratic decision of the Irish citizens with all due respect, even though we regret it," French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a joint statement.

Noting that the treaty had been ratified by 18 of the EU's 27 member states, the leaders added: "We therefore hope that the other member states will continue the process of ratification."

Spanish Foreign Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos said the result was "not good news", but said a solution would be found.

Danish Foreign Minister Per Stig Moeller said the Irish vote left an "uncertain situation" and cautioned "not to draw too hasty conclusions."

Ireland has caused EU upsets before. In 2001, its voters rejected the Nice Treaty, a result overturned in a second poll the following year.

Backers of the treaty, which aims to make EU decision-making more efficient, struggled to get their message across, despite a campaign backed by all bar one of the main political parties.

With many Irish people complaining they did not understand what the treaty was about, pre-referendum opinion polls had placed the "yes" and "no" camps virtually neck-and-neck.

But opponents rallied support around claims that the treaty threatens sensitive Irish policies like the ban on abortion, low corporation tax and military neutrality.

Libertas, a group run by Ganley, and the left-wing Sinn Fein were among the most prominent "no" campaigners.

Ganley had urged people to vote "no" so that Ireland can retain a stronger voice in Europe which he said would be wiped out by the treaty.

Opposition Labour party leader Eamon Gilmore, who joined the ruling Fine Fail and Fine Gael parties in backing the treaty, admitted defeat.

"The Lisbon Treaty has been rejected by the voters in this country," he said, adding that it "cannot now be ratified because it requires unanimity across all 27 member states.

"The Lisbon Treaty is dead," he said.


Corporations Plan To Pull Plug On The Free Internet

Web users naive about agenda to turn Internet into regulated cable TV model

Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
Thursday, June 12, 2008

The Internet is the last true unregulated outpost of freedom of speech but moves are afoot to stifle, suffocate, control and eventually pull the plug on the world wide web as we know it. These threats are not hidden nor are they hard to deduce and yet a significant number of Internet users remain naive as to their scope.

Despite many questioning the authenticity of a report that claimed ISP's had resolved to restrict the Internet to a TV-like subscription model where users will be forced to pay to visit selected corporate websites by 2012, while others will be blocked, the march towards regulation of the web is clear and documented.

We have been warning about the plan to let the old Internet die and replace it with a restricted and controlled Internet 2 for years. In 2006, we published an article about how the RIAA were attempting to broaden intellectual property distinctions to a point whereby merely linking to external content is judged as copyright infringement.

At the time, the article was met with a mixed response. Many were aware of the imminent dangers that threaten to change the face of the Internet but others were more hostile to the supposition that the world wide web could be devastated by landmark copyright case rulings as well as plans to develop "Internet 2."

Some accused us of yellow journalism and scaremongering yet the warning that the Elektra vs. Barker case could criminalize the very mechanism that characterizes the Internet was not concocted by Alex Jones or Paul Joseph Watson, it was a statement made by the very lawyer fighting the case, Ray Beckerman.

It was a danger also reported on by one of the UK's biggest technology news websites, the Inquirer, which also highlighted the frightening development in an article entitled, RIAA wants the Internet shut down.

The RIAA's argument was that defendant Tenise Barker downloaded music files and made them available for distribution by placing them in a shared folder. Though Barker paid for the files and downloaded them legally, and the files were not copied by anyone, the RIAA's motion states that simply making the files available constitutes copyright infringement.

As Beckerman points out, the entire Internet is nothing more than a giant network of hyperlinks making files 'available' to other people. If we link to, we are making the file that constitutes the CNN homepage 'available' to other users. We don't own the copyright to any of CNN's material therefore if the RIAA's argument is accepted, by simply making that CNN file available from our website, even if no one clicks on the link, we are committing a breach of copyright.

At no point in our article did we suggest that the ruling definitely would shut down the Internet, we highlighted the fact that hundreds of transnational corporations like who solely rely on Internet trade would scream bloody murder. But what the ruling would grease the skids for is the move towards a strictly regulated Internet whereby government permission would be required to run a website and that website would be subject to censoring and deletion if it violated any "terms of use."

This wouldn't be much of a problem to giant transnational corporations, because their websites would remain accessible for everyone. Yet for thousands of political websites and blogs, the plug could be effectively pulled.

After a long legal fight, Elektra vs. Barker was decided largely in Elektra's favor, after a federal judge essentially validated the RIAA's position that having songs available in a KaZaA shared folder violates the distribution right under the Copyright Act.

The example that we cite in discussing what life would be like under "Internet 2" was that running a blog would be like having a You Tube account - any politically sensitive or controversial information that the owners dislike would immediately be removed as it is frequently on You Tube.

In addition, the slide towards a licensed Internet that will be sold using fear of identity and credit card fraud could lead to mandatory biometric thumb or finger scanning simply to access the world wide web.

This is hardly a stretch of the imagination, since numerous public services and functions of society are increasingly accessible only through providing some form of biometric identification. Credit passes for travel, ATM terminals and access to theme parks like Disneyland are just a few of the many services we use that are shifting towards mandatory biometric gatekeeping.

Furthermore, Pay By Touch Online and other companies have already developed and launched keyboard biometric finger scanning terminals that require users to submit their biometric print before they can access the Internet or buy online.

Piggybacking the net neutrality debate, Internet 2 is being shaped to replace the old Internet, which will be allowed to self-destruct as it labors under the pressures of being relegated to slower and slower pipes and users will simply desert a painstaking system.

More than two years ago in an article entitled, The End of the Internet?, The Nation magazine reported,

"The nation's largest telephone and cable companies are crafting an alarming set of strategies that would transform the free, open and nondiscriminatory Internet of today to a privately run and branded service that would charge a fee for virtually everything we do online."

"Verizon, Comcast, Bell South and other communications giants are developing strategies that would track and store information on our every move in cyberspace in a vast data-collection and marketing system, the scope of which could rival the National Security Agency. According to white papers now being circulated in the cable, telephone and telecommunications industries, those with the deepest pockets--corporations, special-interest groups and major advertisers--would get preferred treatment. Content from these providers would have first priority on our computer and television screens, while information seen as undesirable, such as peer-to-peer communications, could be relegated to a slow lane or simply shut out."

Internet 2 is being billed as the next generation of the world wide web and it has already set global speed records in terms of data transfer, far outstripping the old Internet.

One of the fathers of the Internet, David Clark, who served as chief protocol architect for the government's internet development initiative in the 1980s, has been given $200,000 by the National Science Foundation to covertly work on a "whole new infrastructure to replace today's global network," according to Wired Magazine.

Clark has vowed to create a "brave new world" in designing the new Internet, characterizing what he wanted for the new network to be "a coherent security architecture."

Dovetailing the onset of Internet 2 are government propaganda campaigns to demonize the existing Internet as a wild backwater for hate crime, child pornography and a terrorist recruiting ground.

Establishment kingpins and their cheerleaders have increased their level of vitriolic rhetoric against the Internet in recent years , as legislation in both the U.S. and Europe to regulate, stifle and license the Internet moves forward.

The White House's own recently de-classified strategy for "winning the war on terror" targets Internet conspiracy theories as a recruiting ground for terrorists and threatens to "diminish" their influence.

In addition, the Pentagon recently announced its effort to infiltrate the Internet and propagandize for the war on terror.

In an October 2006 speech, Homeland Security director Michael Chertoff identified the web as a "terror training camp," through which "disaffected people living in the United States" are developing "radical ideologies and potentially violent skills."

Chertoff pledged to dispatch Homeland Security agents to local police departments in order to aid in the apprehension of domestic terrorists who use the Internet as a political tool.

The European Union, led by former Stalinist and potential future British Prime Minister John Reid, has also vowed to shut down "terrorists" who use the Internet to spread propaganda.

The dangers to the freedom and very existence of the Internet as we know it are all too real and the way to counteract these developments is to get involved and get the word out. Simply burying our heads in the sand and being apathetic and naive about the threat is only going to aid those who wish to see the last outpost of freedom of speech shut off forever.



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