Émission de radio L'Autre Monde

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jeudi 22 juillet 2010

L'Autre Monde 22 juillet 2010: Remède à l'abus du Système


L'Autre Monde 22 juillet 2010: Remède à l'abus du Système

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L'Autre Monde 22 juillet 2010

120 min / Radio de l'UQAM, CHOQ FM

Diffusion en direct : Jeudi à 11:00h
Animation : François Marginean
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Au programme cette semaine, 22 juillet 2010:

Tout d’abord, une mise à jour du dossier de BP et le volcan de pétrole impossible à colmater. On nous ment délibérément: le puits fuit de plusieurs endroits comme une passoire et le pétrole/méthane s’échappe de partout autour du puits de pétrole lui-même.

Cette semaine, apprenons les rouages du Système avec notre invité exceptionnel: Jacques-Antoine Normandin.

Une question de liberté, de souveraineté de l’individu et de confiance en nos pouvoirs. Il est possible d’exercer nos pouvoirs sans défaire le système.

Définition de termes importants, explication des principes de base du fonctionnement du Système; de notre identité réelle dans ce Système, du système légal; de la Common Law vs la Loi Commerciale (UCC); de la personne légale que nous représentons majoritairement à notre insu vs l’être humain en chair et en os.

Nous explorons les puissantes ramifications de tout cela sur nos vies quotidiennes et sur la réalité économique. Des remèdes existent, mais nous les ignorons. Heureusement, des gens comme notre invité ont eu le courage et la persévérance de s`avancer, de défricher cette jungle comme de véritables pionniers, des pionniers de notre liberté à retrouver.

Des solutions sont disponibles pour remédier à ce marasme, à ce qui semble bien être une impasse de civilisation, mais qui en fait une véritable crise évolutive. Vous trouverez certainement d’intéressantes pistes de solutions dans cette émission unique. Une chose est certaine: nous ne sommes pas impuissants.

Ne manquez pas d’écouter cette extraordinaire entrevue, des informations explosives jamais entendues au Québec auparavant, une gracieuseté de L’Autre Monde et la radio officielle de l’UQÀM, CHOQ FM, ainsi que de Jacques-Antoine Normandin.

Soyez de la partie les jeudis dès 11h sur les ondes de CHOQ FM, la radio officielle de l'UQÀM, l'alternative à Montréal et dans le monde!

***Hyperliens vers les sources des informations discutées sur l'émission d'aujourd'hui:

BP, les médias et Obama mentent: impossible de colmater le volcan de pétrole

Top Expert: There Were No Natural Seeps Within 3 Kilometers of Blown Out Well

Berkeley engineering professor Bob Bea has very little confidence in what’s been said publicly about the seeps.
He’s troubled that we’re just now hearing about seeps three kilometers away, because a survey of the seabed conducted before BP drilled its well didn’t indicate anything like that.

Job losses in Gulf region could reach 100,000 or more

A July 19 report by Moody’s Analytics estimates that as many as 100,000 jobs and $7.4 billion could be lost in the Gulf region as a direct result of the BP oil spill. These numbers represent the high end of the estimated impact of the BP oil spill in the Gulf, according to the company.

BP's Scheme to Swindle the "Small People"

BP committed fraud in furnishing oil-spill-response data required to obtain a permit to enable them to drill the MC 252 location. The reality is they were not prepared to handle or control a blowout and resulting oil spill of this magnitude. Simply put, they lied.
"BP, in their haste to cut corners and save money in the completion process on the well location at MC 252, exhibited willful neglect in their duties to complete the well safely, which led to the blowout and explosion that killed 11 people. Eleven souls that will never come back. Eleven families with mothers and fathers and wives and children. Children who will never see their fathers again.
"This neglect and loss of life constitutes negligent homicide and all involved should be arrested and charged as such."

Webmaster's Commentary:

This scenario will never happen. BP, with its monied, political clout, will never really pay the real compensation the families here deserve, and will never do the real remediation the Gulf needs to heal.
The taxpayers will wind up footing the bill, while BP executives are laughing all the way to the bank.

BP Insider Admits Disaster Call Center Is A Diversion, Don't Even Take Notes...

Is experimental well cap making disaster worse?

Oil and gas started seeping into the Gulf of Mexico again Sunday night, but this time more slowly, and scientists aren't sure whether the leaks mean the cap that stopped the flow last week is making things worse.

Oil lies becoming more preposterous

"I have worked with air, steam, and hydraulic leaks up to the 4,500 PSI (pounds per square inch) range," Landau wrote. "They were claiming wellhead pressures of up to 70,000 to 100,000 pounds per square inch. Now, they are claiming pressures of 6.5-7K PSI."

They’re still lying about the oil disaster

“The health problems are so serious,” Simmons said. “When you inhale methane you just die.”
The only possible solution, Simmons insists, “is a small diameter low level nuclear device. They insert it down the well 18000 feet, and set it off. It will fuse the rock and glass, and it’s totally safe, three miles under the seabed.”
Radio host Masters asked, “When do we get the truth?”
Simmons responded, “Basically the walls are starting to cave in on BP. there are only so many things you can make up.”


BP trying to legally ‘contaminate’ Gulf scientists: report

A BP plan to hire Gulf scientists could mean that there are fewer experts to testify against them when the oil spill case goes to trial.
The University of South Alabama turned does a BP offer to hire the entire marine science department after they obtained a copy of the contracts.

Webmaster's Commentary:

Unflipping believable, but perfectly predictable.

BP 'Awarded' MASSIVE Iraq Oil Contracts in Gordon Brown's 'New World Order'

Iraqi oil fields become a treasure trove for the usual suspects as our soldiers protect their booty
Eric Blair
Activist Post
Is anyone still confused as to why we continue the absurd wars in Iraq and Afghanistan?
In Afghanistan, the Director of the CIA has openly boasted that fewer than 100 Al Qaida members remain there, yet there are reportedly 102,000 U.S servicemen and at least 120,000 private contractors still stationed there. Incidentally, the recent "discovery" of vast mineral deposits is being touted as a new justification to stay.

What Those Who Killed the Tar Sands Report Don't Want You to Know

Fortunately, civilians can do what politicians can't. In the interests of accountability and transparency, I read through 300 pages of evidence and pulled out the sort of uncomfortable revelations that Ottawa doesn't want U.S. oil customers, industry investors or Canadian taxpayers to know.
The evidence, of course, all points to one embarrassing conclusion: Ottawa has managed its mandate in the tar sands as irresponsibly as the U.S. Mineral Management Services oversaw the safety of deep sea drilling in the Gulf.

House Majority Leader: Gitmo Closure ‘Not a Priority’

Some 18 months after President Barack Obama announced to all Americans that the detention center at Guantanamo Bay would be closed within a year, it remains as open and active as ever, with large numbers of detainees still being held without charges and only one possible civilian trial already set up going forward.

Militarization of Central America and the Caribbean: The U.S. Military Moves Into Costa Rica

While it is doubtful that the U.S. wants to directly engage in a military conflict with, most likely, Venezuela right now, preparations for this possibility are being made. What is more likely in the short term is that the U.S. military will use its forces to engage in sabotage and intimidation in hopes of reversing support for the nations aligned with ALBA.

Webmaster's Commentary:

JUST what we need: a war on a third front, making the US's alleged "war on terror"... a world war!

Chavez Warns of US Military Escalation

"There are highly alarming elements: the military exercises that the South Koreans and gringos performed in the Yellow Sea; the pressure on Iran for daring to develop nuclear energy for peaceful purposes; the mobilization of U.S. and Israeli troops near Iran's coasts, and the violence in Iraq and Afghanistan occupied by the empire," Chavez said during his usual Sunday news commentary, "Las lineas de Chavez."
Chavez denounced the continuing and false accusations by Obama government agencies regarding alleged links between Caracas and international drug trafficking, and the surprising presence on unconvincing explanations for thousands of U.S. marines in Costa Rica and the overflights of Dutch aircraft in Venezuelan territory.

Webmaster's Commentary:

I hate to say it, but Chavez has got this right.
And of course, the Obama administration would accuse the Venezuelan government of involvement with drug trafficking, while conveniently ignoring the Medellin cartel next door in Columbia, the US's "good geopolitical friend" in the region.

Radiation scan problems only noticed after patients' hair falls out

New concern over lack of regulation in medical radiation has been spurred by a case in which more than 300 patients received excessive levels of radiation, but doctors only uncovered the problem when patients' hair began to fall out.
The radiation errors occurred at three hospitals in Los Angeles and one in Alabama, during heart tests performed with a special form of computed tomography (CT) scan. Some patients received more than eight times the intended radiation dose

CIA to UNICEF, big aid has a very dirty secret

By Thomas C. Mountain
Jul 20, 2010, 00:21
ASMARA, Eritrea -- Former national security advisor in the Clinton White House and failed nominee to head the CIA, Anthony “Tony” Lake is now executive director of the United Nations Children Fund, UNICEF.
Having a background in Western intelligence is a requirement to run a Big Aid “familia.” Every head of any of the major international aid agencies comes vetted by years of loyal service up to and including being a “made man” (or woman in today’s equal opportunity offender circles) like Tony Lake.

Sarkozy accused of working for Israeli intelligence

As if his marital challenges were not enough cause for concern, "Sarco the Sayan" has suddenly emerged as the most infamous accolade of French President Nicolas Sarkozy. The influential French daily Le Figaro last week revealed that the French leader once worked for -- and perhaps still does, it hinted -- Israeli intelligence as a sayan (Hebrew for helper), one of the thousands of Jewish citizens of countries other than Israel who cooperate with the katsas (Mossad case-officers).

Israel considers changing law to allow seizure of more Palestinian property

ISRAEL IS considering extending to east Jerusalem a law on abandoned properties, allowing the state to take control of Palestinian property worth millions of euro.
If the Israeli courts approve the move, the government will be entitled to take control of east Jerusalem buildings whose owners moved to enemy states during the 1948-9 Arab-Israeli war, Israel’s war of independence, and property owned by people living in the West Bank.
Israeli prime minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who views the whole of Jerusalem as Israel’s united capital, refused to give any public pledges, but reportedly promised US officials that Israel would refrain from “provocations” in Jerusalem during the period of peace talks with the Palestinians.

Webmaster's Commentary:

Should this law be changed to allow this seizing of Palestinian property under this pretext, this will be the last nail in the coffin of any potential "peace process", which is precisely what Netanyahu wants.
The Israeli government doesn't want peace; it wants territory, and by any means necessary.

The Crucifixion of Mel Gibson

This is Hollywood paying Mel Gibson back for the unforgivable crime of making a movie about Jesus Christ several years ago. And for refusing to condemn his own father when Hollywood scum attacked Hutton Gibson for having his own views about World War 2. And for Mel telling a cop that Jews are behind all the wars of the world, which might’ve been an exaggeration, but not a huge one. They certainly were behind the Iraq quagmire – over in Israel, the main newspaper bragged in 2003 that the Iraq War was a Jewish creation:

Webmaster's Commentary:

Meanwhile, look at all the Hollywood luminaries who are ecstatic that Roman Polanski evaded punishment for drugging and raping a 13-year old girl!

12 year old Girl Forced in Chertoff's Naked Body Scanner w/out Parents Knowing

Airport body scanners reveal all, but what about when it's your kid?

Group Calls for Hearings Into Google’s Ties to CIA and NSA

More information has emerged about Google’s relationship with the government and spook agencies (see PR Newswire below). The revelations should come as no surprise.

Times loses almost 90% of online readership

Based on the last available ABCe data for Times Online readership (from February 2010), which showed that it had 1.2 million daily unique users, and Hitwise's figures showing it had 15% of UK online newspaper traffic, that means a total of 332,800 daily users trying to visit the Times site.
If none of the people visiting the site have already registered, the one-on-four dropout rate means that traffic actually going from the registration site to the Times site is just 84,800, or 1.06% of total UK newspaper traffic – a 93% fall compared with May.

Money Laundering and the Global Drug Trade Fueled by Capitalist Elites

When investigative journalist Daniel Hopsicker broke the story four years ago that a DC-9 (N900SA) "registered to a company which once used as its address the hangar of Huffman Aviation, the flight school at the Venice, Florida Airport which trained both terrorist pilots who crashed planes into the World Trade Center, was caught in Campeche by the Mexican military ... carrying 5.5 tons of cocaine destined for the U.S.," it elicited a collective yawn from corporate media.

Sex-abuse case against rabbi raises larger issues

The case, with echoes of clergy sexual abuse incidents in the Catholic Church, is a reflection, scholars say, of similar abuse cases that have taken place in the orthodox Jewish community, where rabbis are held in high regard and the social penalties for criticizing clergy can be high.
A number of prominent orthdox rabbis have faced charges, including Baruch Lanner, the subject of a 2000 expose in The Jewish Week, and Yehuda Kolko, who was featured in a 2006 New York magazine article.
“There is a growing acknowledgment that we have a problem, which has taken a long time,’’ said Yosef Blau, an Orthodox rabbi who is the spiritual adviser at the theological seminary at New York’s Yeshiva University. “Denial has been very powerful in the community.’’

The 6 Most Surprising Ways Alcohol Is Actually Good for You

Let's be clear: Alcoholism will kill you dead. Drunk driving will kill you, and probably multiple children along the way. There are no medical benefits to chronic drunkenness.
But for all the times booze gets us in trouble, every now and then it acts like a trusty sidekick, coming in to help us out of potentially embarrassing and life-threatening situations in ways we never thought possible.

BP caught dumping imported sand to "clean" gulf shores

Obama Spill Chief: BP Oil Well Leaking, Not Major Concern

Oil and gas are leaking from the cap on BP's ruptured oil well, but federal officials intend to leave it in place for now.

BP INDUCED CLIMATE CHANGE? The Loop Current May Be Breaking Down

As if everything we already know wasn't enough: Looks like the oil "spill" is causing the loop current -- upon which depends thermohaline circulation, (the Global Ocean Conveyor, or Gulf Stream) -- to break down.
links to pdf and sources at source

PRESSURE At The Wellhead: A Closer Look At Methane Seeps and Signatures

In a high compression well such as this one, the effluent is moving up the pipe at a very high speed due to the extraordinary pressures pushing up from below. The methane gas component of the upsurging hydrocarbon brew changes its state at this speed and affects the characteristics of the entire effluent coming up the pipe in the following way. As methane ascends, the bubbles expand causing a discernible acceleration in velocity. The interaction between effluent speed, geological debris and any additional bump from acceleration can give rise to catastrophic ejections, explosive potential, stretch and inline cavitations. All one has to do is examine an oil pipe which has sustained a similar flow rate to find evidence of this phenomena.

Videos confirm additional leaks reported in seabed near capped well

When BP announced they had successfully capped the well and stopped the flow of oil that has been gushing oil into the Gulf of Mexico since April 20, several scientists and industry experts were skeptical. It appears their skepticism has been confirmed by recent reports and videos that show oil and methane gas leaking from the seabed.

Feds find Multiple Methane , Oil Leaks From BOP and Sea Floor

Despite Multiple Methane And Oil Leaks From BOP and Sea Floor Feds Allow BP To Risk Uncontrolled BP Gulf Oil Spill Blowout
by Alexander Higgins - July 19, 2010 at 1:47 pm
As the condition of BP’s leaking oil well continues to deteriorate rapidly BP has tried desperately to prevent the Federal Government from monitoring the sea floor for oil and methane leaks.
But yesterday the Feds finally moved in with their own ships and equipment to monitor the sea floor.
The Government almost immediately found oil leaking from the sea floor along with multiple methane leaks but did not immediately inform the public of their findings.
However, it didn’t take long before an “anonymous government official” leaked the those findings to the media.

As Predicted, BP Tries to Pretend New Leak is a "Natural Seep"

Obviously, if there are natural oil or gas seeps nearby, there are already pre-existing channels up to the seafloor ... so that may very well be the path of least resistance for the subterranean oil to flow up to the seafloor.
Therefore, if there were a substantial breach in the well bore, nearby natural oil and gas seeps could very well increase in volume.

BP says seep detected in Gulf may not be from its well

Oil giant BP Plc said a seep detected in the Gulf of Mexico may not be related to its blown out Macondo well, which has caused the biggest offshore oil spill in U.S. history.
Spokesman Robert Wine said on Monday that BP engineers were the source of information behind comments from the government's top official overseeing the spill response effort, Admiral Thad Allen, that a seep was detected "a distance from the well."

BP Moves the Goalpost for the Oil Well Integrity Test

In one sweeping statement, that the press let him get away with, Wells moved the target pressure down as much as 1,500 psi from the 9,000 psi to 7,500, much closer to the 6,700 psi they were holding, which is actually at the lower end of the ambiguity range we talked about on Friday. Wells did it again yesterday, moving the "good integrity" range number down to 6,000 psi to 7,500 psi, saying,
"But at this point there is no evidence that we have no integrity and that's very good and the fact that the pressure is continuing to rise is giving us more and more confidence that as we go through this process."

Webmaster's Commentary:

How very Soviet of them.

Oil Cap Leaking: Seepage Detected Two Miles From Wellhead

The federal government Monday allowed BP to keep the cap shut tight on its ruptured Gulf of Mexico oil well for another day despite news the well is leaking at the top and something is seeping from the sea floor nearby.

The Times loses two-thirds of web traffic

Rupert Murdoch's decision to charge people to access The Times and The Sunday Times websites has led to a 66 per cent drop in traffic.

Sea Ice News #14 – an inconvenient July

[I]t has been the slowest July (1-17) Arctic melt in the eight year JAXA record.
Ice extent has declined at less than half the rate of 2007, and total ice loss has been more than 200,000 km² less than the previous low in 2004.
DMI now shows Arctic ice extent as second highest for the date, topped only by 2005.
"Yeah, but, but,
some ice in the Himalayas has melted. This PROVES the planet is warming uncontrollably because of YOUR CO2 emissions. Cough up suckers and we'll save you from a fiery death." - Official White Horse Souce

Report: Israel convinces Obama to plan for Iran strike

According to a report in Time magazine Israel has managed to convince Washington to put the option of a military strike against Iran’s nuclear facilities back on the table.
Israel has long argued that all of the international sanctions against Iran are pointless unless Western powers are prepared to back them up with the threat of force.

Webmaster's Commentary:

I want you all to remember this story. I want you to remember this story because it illustrates how the US (and other) governments have been subverted by Israel. I want you to remember this story because it illustrates how Israel always gets other nations to spend their treasure and their blood in wars on Israel's enemies. I want you to remember this story because when the attack on Iran triggers WW3, I want those who survive to look up from the rubble that used to be their lives and remember very clearly just who it was that started all this insanity!



Washington Post exposes US 'intelligence flaws'

The US secret intelligence gathering systems have grown so much since 9/11 that no-one knows their exact cost, nor size, the Washington Post reports.

Webmaster's Commentary:

Which means the intel behemoth is not only impossible to control, but drowning in the sheer volume of data it generates, paralyzed and unable to evaluate.

US intelligence spending completely out of control, Washington Post reveals

Webmaster's Commentary:

And for all that money, they don't seem to have any!

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