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UN Security Council Resolution 1267 (1999)

Monday, January 8th, 2007 at 10:05 pm Written by:

Marvel at the incredible amount of research that went into writing up wikipedia: UN Security Council Resolution 1267 (1999). A lot of this information is just barely teetering on the edge of the start of the internet age at the point when newspapers began putting the articles on-line so that not only academic scholars have access to last year’s official lies news.

The article is also due to my processing a tonne of downloaded UN documents over the past few weeks, and now not having much idea of what to do with it. If I think it can be made into a tool to help people write articles about what’s going on in that body, then obviously I have to give it a try. The subject follows from a previous blog posting about some suspicious happenings up the street from here.

The basic story is that there is now a Consolidated List maintained by the UN which governments who have bought into this war on terrorism garbage can put names onto. Once you’re on it, you’re knackered. Even when you are in jail your wife isn’t even allowed to take your children to the swimming pool due to the sanctions because — according to the government — it might benefit Osama bin Laden’s terrorist network. You wonder why Muslims are getting so pissed off with it all. It’s completely outside the law. No charges. No evidence. No trial. No judge. No proof of guilt. Nothing.

Speaking of terrorism, did anyone notice that massive bomb in a Spanish airport last week? Didn’t think so. Wrong kind of terrorists who don’t fit with the official narrative, so they don’t get reported like the Wood Green no-ricin plot, or the Miami bomb plot to attack the Sears Tower, both of which don’t even pass the laugh test. It wears you out. What’s the point in these jokers in government. They do not care if we live or die for as long as they can get on with spinning their lies.

1 Comment

  • 1. Francis Irving replies at 9th January 2007, 7:41 pm :

    That’s an awesome wiki page you’ve made. Super!

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