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Three Judges “Astonished” At Now Seeing The Collapse of Building 7 (14 years later)

GumshoeNews.com March 15, 2015 by Dalia Mae

In the interview below, after the court case, Neils Harrit says,

“We got the opportunity, for once, to present a video of World Trade Centre 7 collapsing, in court, … at that time I recognised a state of astonishment among the three judges…. I understand, as usual, that none of them had heard or seen the collapse of Building 7 before.”

“I’m just an ordinary, very ordinary retired scientist from the University of Copenhagen who just can’t stand (when) the fundamental laws of Galileo and Sir Isaac Newton are not respected in the public domain.”




The former Prime Minister of Australia, Malcolm Fraser, was also unaware that a third building had collapsed on September 11, 2001 (when I interviewed him last year). Regardless of the outcome of this libel case, the collapse of this Building 7 has been deliberatedly “kept” from the public.

According to Mike Young’s report, Journalist Søren K. Villemoes seemed confident coming out of the courtroom after a four-hour long court drama in the Eastern High Court in Copenhagen. He writes that Harrit’s witness, a professor of theoretical physics Per Hedegård from the University of Copenhagen’s Niels Bohr Institute could have over complicated the issue...
MORE: http://gumshoenews.com/2015/03/15/three-judges-astonished-at-now-seeing-the-collapse-of-building-7-14-years-later/

Niels Holger Harrit, PhD
Vitae / Resume Summary:
Ph.D. Chemistry, University of Copenhagen, 1975, Thesis: mechanistic photochemistry
Post Doctorate, Columbia University, New York, 1977
Master of Science, Chemistry, Max-Planck-Institute for Strahlenchemi, Mulheim an der Ruhr, Germany
http://nielsharrit.org/

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From the comments:

Frank Legge March 16, 2015:

There is no need to debate trolls who continually promote the view that the NIST report is true. All that is necessary is to point out that the collapse of WTC7 was, for about 100 feet, at free fall, as now admitted by NIST. Only simultaneous severance of all support columns can achieve this, which requires the use of explosives. Any other explanation for the collapse will produce sagging, bending, tilting motions, leading to a slow collapse, which will be obviously progessive. This has been clearly set out here:

http://www.stj911.org/legge/debunkers.pdf


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911 Truth: Distinguished Scientist Dr. Niels Harrit Sues Danish Newspaper for Libel
Will Present Video of WTC 7 in Court
Richard Gage Global Research, March 03, 2015



Two days ago, we announced that Dr. Niels Harrit, the distinguished co-author of the landmark nano-thermite paper, will be appearing in Danish High Court two weeks from now to bring an appeal in his libel suit against the Danish newspaper Weekendavisen.

It all started back in December 2012 with an article titled “Madness in the Royal Library.” In it, Weekendavisen writer Søren K. Villemoes referred to Dr. Harrit and his fellow 9/11 activists as “crackpots,” while also comparing them to creationists and Holocaust deniers.

“. . . Is the library soon going to open its doors to an exhibition showing us ‘alternative’ theories about evolution? . . . Why not just invite in Niels Harrit and the other crackpots from the 9/11 skeptics movement while we are at it? What about the holocaust denial movement?”

Søren K. Villemoes, Weekendavisen, December 7, 2012


For Dr. Harrit, a scientist who taught chemistry for 40 years at the University of Copenhagan, this amounted to an allegation of scientific misconduct and a baseless attempt to damage his hard-earned reputation. So he decided to seek recourse under Denmark’s strong libel law — and give himself the opportunity to prove in a court of law the scientific legitimacy of his 9/11 research.

Now Dr. Harrit Needs Our Help...
http://www.globalresearch.ca/911-truth-distinguished-scientist-dr-niels-harrit-sues-danish-newspaper-for-libel/5434431

Posted by nationalize the fed | Mon Mar 16, 2015, 04:51 PM (18 replies)

Primrose Solar connects 48 MW PV plant, UK's largest solar farm

(Reminder- England is North of Washington State)


The 48 MW solar PV plant was completed over the winter

12. March 2015

Located near Fareham in Hampshire, southern England, the 48 MW installation has been developed to the highest ecological standards, claims Primrose Solar.

The U.K.’s largest and greenest solar farm has been connected to the grid this week by solar power company Primrose Solar.

The 48 MW Southwick Estate Solar Farm, located near to the town of Fareham close to England’s southern shoreline, has been developed with the highest ecological standards in mind, claim Primrose Solar, and can supply enough clean electricity to feed the needs of 14,500 local households...

...This will include ensuring the site’s 25-year lifetime consistently meets the highest ecological standards via an array of innovative programs, such as the sowing of wildflowers on the land between the panels, the planting of hedgerows and trees around the site, the creation of small ponds to encourage wildfowl, and the installation of beehives and bat boxes in April to ensure wider diversity...

Continue: http://www.pv-magazine.com/news/details/beitrag/primrose-solar-connects-48-mw-pv-plant--uks-largest-solar-farm_100018573/

The UK is busy building hydrogen and solar projects that will benefit the people while the US is trying to start wars and perfect drone tech. Brilliant.
Posted by nationalize the fed | Thu Mar 12, 2015, 03:25 PM (1 replies)

UK's first hydrogen bus refuelling station opens in Aberdeen, Scotland

11 March 2015 news.stv.tv

The depot at Kittybrewster will provide fuel for a fleet of ten green buses which hit the streets this year. The £19m scheme has been backed by both the EU and the UK and Scottish Governments.

Aberdeen City Council leader Jenny Laing said: “As a leading energy city determined to anchor the renewables industry in the north east, the success of the Aberdeen Hydrogen Bus Project is a real coup.


Hydrogen bus: UK's first refuelling station opens in Aberdeen. Credit: Aberdeen City Council

"We not only have Europe's largest fleet of hydrogen fuel cell buses running on the streets of Aberdeen, but we also have the UK's first and largest hydrogen production and bus refuelling station.

"We have a very clear hydrogen strategy for the future and are on the cusp of realising our aspiration of becoming a world-leading city for low carbon technology, while maintaining our position as a leading world energy city...

Complete article: http://news.stv.tv/north/313481-first-hydrogen-bus-refuelling-station-in-uk-opens-in-aberdeen/

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Hydrogen buses on show for first time at All-Energy
Aberdeen City Council 21/05/14

The Aberdeen City Council-led project, which has backing from Europe, the UK Government and the Scottish Government, as well as a broad range of private sector partners, is the most high-profile of a range of projects designed to create a hydrogen economy in the city.

It will deliver a hydrogen infrastructure in Aberdeen in 2014. This will include the production of hydrogen from a 1MW electrolyser and establishing Scotland's first commercial scale hydrogen refuelling system, which will include hydrogen production through electrolysis, in partnership with BOC.
MORE: http://www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/CouncilNews/ci_cns/pr_hydrogen_buses_210514.asp

Japan, Germany, England and Scotland can see the benefits of Hydrogen. What's wrong with the U$?
Posted by nationalize the fed | Wed Mar 11, 2015, 04:55 PM (1 replies)

UK's First Supermarket Hydrogen Filling Station Opens in London

11 March 2015 theengineer.co.uk


Air Products Hydrogen Station

The UK’s first supermarket-based Hydrogen filling station has opened at a branch of Sainsbury’s in Hendon, North London.

The new dispenser is one of a network of similar systems being installed across the capital as part of the Innovate UK-funded London Hydrogen Network (LHNE) project.



The 700 bar system, developed by US firm Air Products, is operated in much the same way as a conventional fuel pump, and according to the manufacturer, can refuel a vehicle in less than three minutes...

...Business Minister Matthew Hancock said: “Hydrogen cars present us with a huge potential economic opportunity and can bolster our internationally renowned automotive industry. We want to make the UK one of the best places in the world to design, manufacture and sell ultra-low emission vehicles but we need the right infrastructure in place.”

Complete article: http://www.theengineer.co.uk/news/more-news/uks-first-supermarket-hydrogen-filling-station-opens/1020020.article

Store details
Unit 4 Hyde Estate Road
LONDON NW9 6JX
Store Manager Bob Knock
Telephone 020 8201 3078
http://www.sainsburys.co.uk/sol/storelocator/storelocator_detail_view.jsp?storeId=637&bmForm=store_details

October 31, 2014: Sainsbury's to be first supermarket to dispense hydrogen fuel at its Hendon store

Sainsbury’s is set to become the first supermarket to sell hydrogen on its forecourts for the new generation of environmentally-friendly vehicles...

...“Hydrogen vehicles are environmentally friendly as well as efficient so we are really excited about being the first UK supermarket to trial this new technology and make it accessible to our customers,” said Avishai Moor, fuel and kiosk category manager at Sainsbury’s.

Diane Raine, Air Products’ hydrogen energy business manager, said making hydrogen technology available at a supermarket for the first time was “another big step in encouraging the use of cleaner, greener fuels to reduce air pollution and protect the nation’s health.”

“We’re already leading the charge with a network of hydrogen stations across London and this additional station will set us in good stead for the UK arrival of commercially available hydrogen vehicles over the next few years.”...
http://www.thegrocer.co.uk/home/topics/environment/sainsburys-in-supermarket-first-selling-hydrogen-fuel/373106.article

A Hydrogen Station in 48 Hours- anywhere there is water and electricity

Posted by nationalize the fed | Wed Mar 11, 2015, 03:40 PM (6 replies)

Japanese Hydrogen Expo Previews the Future "A big week for the greenies"

(x-post from GD)

A big week for the greenies in Japan sees renewable energy technology get equal billing

The launch this year of the world's first production fuel-cell car, the Toyota Mirai, has driven the accelerated growth of hydrogen refuelling station infrastructure development across Japan. And the introduction of Toyota's fuel-cell passenger vehicle to the Japanese market has also served to focus unprecedented attention on this year's International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Expo at the Big Site complex on Tokyo Bay..



...Regarded as the planet's biggest expo of its type, the fuel cell expo drew some 1580 companies from around the world, participating in five days of lectures, demonstrations of future and existing technologies and test drives of fuel cell cars including the Mirai and Honda Clarity...


Gas company Taiyo Nippon Sanso Ltd revealed a world-first with its compact portable hydrogen station mounted onto the back of a 10-ton truck. H2 to go- anywhere.

...The question begs. Why is Japan so aggressive in its adoption and development of hydrogen-powered fuel cell cars and the infrastructure to support it? Japanese car companies including Toyota, Nissan and Honda have been developing fuel cell cars for well over 10 years. But it was the earthquake, tsunami wave and resulting nuclear disaster in March 2011 that forced the government to shut down its 54 nuclear reactors and look for alternative forms of energy that stimulated car and energy companies to accelerate hydrogen-based technologies.


The Honda Smart Hydrogen Station- Home fueling of Hydrogen Vehicles

...Up until early 2011, Japan's energy needs were split up into 20 per cent nuclear, 30 per cent coal and the remainder in oil and natural gas. To fill the gap created by the loss of nuclear energy, Japan started importing more oil which has led to higher energy (electricity) prices and higher C02 levels...

Complete article: http://www.motoring.com.au/news/2015/japanese-hydrogen-expo-previews-the-future-49570

A Hydrogen Station can be built anywhere there is water and electricity. With mass production, the cost will nosedive




5 megabyte hard drive from 1956 - being loaded via forklift onto plane. Tech ALWAYS gets better and cheaper.

The only exhaust from a Hydrogen Electric Vehicle is water.



Thanks to Toyota, Honda and Hyundai, gasoline is no longer required to get from point a to points b, c and d. The US could have led this revolution but it's busy with wars.
Posted by nationalize the fed | Sat Mar 7, 2015, 03:05 PM (0 replies)

Japanese Hydrogen Expo Previews the Future "A big week for the greenies"

A big week for the greenies in Japan sees renewable energy technology get equal billing

The launch this year of the world's first production fuel-cell car, the Toyota Mirai, has driven the accelerated growth of hydrogen refuelling station infrastructure development across Japan. And the introduction of Toyota's fuel-cell passenger vehicle to the Japanese market has also served to focus unprecedented attention on this year's International Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Expo at the Big Site complex on Tokyo Bay..



...Regarded as the planet's biggest expo of its type, the fuel cell expo drew some 1580 companies from around the world, participating in five days of lectures, demonstrations of future and existing technologies and test drives of fuel cell cars including the Mirai and Honda Clarity...


Gas company Taiyo Nippon Sanso Ltd revealed a world-first with its compact portable hydrogen station mounted onto the back of a 10-ton truck. H2 to go- anywhere.

...The question begs. Why is Japan so aggressive in its adoption and development of hydrogen-powered fuel cell cars and the infrastructure to support it? Japanese car companies including Toyota, Nissan and Honda have been developing fuel cell cars for well over 10 years. But it was the earthquake, tsunami wave and resulting nuclear disaster in March 2011 that forced the government to shut down its 54 nuclear reactors and look for alternative forms of energy that stimulated car and energy companies to accelerate hydrogen-based technologies.


The Honda Smart Hydrogen Station- Home fueling of Hydrogen Vehicles

...Up until early 2011, Japan's energy needs were split up into 20 per cent nuclear, 30 per cent coal and the remainder in oil and natural gas. To fill the gap created by the loss of nuclear energy, Japan started importing more oil which has led to higher energy (electricity) prices and higher C02 levels...

Complete article: http://www.motoring.com.au/news/2015/japanese-hydrogen-expo-previews-the-future-49570

A Hydrogen Station can be built anywhere there is water and electricity. With mass production, the cost will nosedive




5 megabyte hard drive from 1956 - being loaded via forklift onto plane. Tech ALWAYS gets better and cheaper.

The only exhaust from a Hydrogen Electric Vehicle is water.



Thanks to Toyota, Honda and Hyundai, gasoline is no longer required to get from point a to points b, c and d. The US could have led this revolution but it's busy with wars.

Posted by nationalize the fed | Sat Mar 7, 2015, 02:54 PM (3 replies)

Scientific American: Top 10 Emerging Technologies of 2015. #1- Fuel Cell Vehicles

March 4, 2015 |By Bernard Meyerson |Scientific American.com

Technology is perhaps the greatest agent of change in the modern world. Although never without risk, technological breakthroughs promise solutions to the most pressing global challenges of our time. From zero-emission cars fueled by hydrogen to computer chips modeled on the human brain, this year’s Top 10 Emerging Technologies list—an annual compilation from the World Economic Forum (WEF)—offers a vivid glimpse of the power of innovation to improve lives, transform industries and safeguard our planet...

1. Fuel Cell Vehicles

Zero-emission cars that run on hydrogen


Honda Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle coming to the US in 2016 Credit: Honda

Fuel-cell vehicles have long promised several major advantages over those powered by electricity or hydrocarbons. The technology has only now begun to reach the stage where automotive companies are planning launches for consumers, however. Initial prices are likely to be in the range of $70,000 but should come down significantly as volumes increase within the next couple of years.

Unlike batteries, which must be charged from an external source and can take from five to 12 hours depending on the car and charger, fuel cells generate electricity directly, using hydrogen or natural gas. In practice, fuel cells and batteries are combined, with the fuel cell generating electricity and the batteries storing it until demanded by the motors that drive the vehicle. Fuel-cell vehicles are therefore hybrids and will likely also deploy regenerative braking, which recovers energy from waste heat, a key capability for maximizing efficiency and range.

Unlike battery-powered electric vehicles, fuel-cell powered ones have a long cruising range—up to 650 kilometers per tank (the fuel is usually compressed hydrogen gas); a hydrogen fuel refill only takes about three minutes. Hydrogen is clean-burning, producing only water vapor as waste, so fuel-cell vehicles using hydrogen will be zero-emission, an important factor given the need to reduce air pollution...

...There are a number of ways to produce hydrogen without generating carbon emissions. Most obviously, renewable sources of electricity from wind and solar sources can be used to electrolyze water...SNIP

Complete article: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/top-10-emerging-technologies-of-20151/

World Economic Forum: Top 10 emerging technologies of 2015
https://agenda.weforum.org/2015/03/top-10-emerging-technologies-of-2015-2/



Jordanian student invents home solar hydrogen generator
http://al-shorfa.com/en_GB/articles/meii/features/2015/02/02/feature-02

Hydrogen Trivia: There are 22 litres of Hydrogen in ONE TABLESPOON of water
Posted by nationalize the fed | Thu Mar 5, 2015, 11:45 AM (2 replies)

Hugh Hempel: Why I Changed My Mind About Medicinal Cannabis TEDx University of Nevada



The US Government holds a patent on the use of Cannabinoids, the main ingredient in Cannabis
#6630507: Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants dated October 7, 2003
USPTO.GOV link to patent

Assignee: The United States of America as represented by the Department of Health and Human Services (Washington, DC)

Part of this patent has been assigned to a company called Kannalife http://kannalife.com

National Institutes of Health Cannabis FAQ:
http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/cam/cannabis/patient/page2
Have any preclinical (laboratory or animal) studies been conducted using Cannabis or cannabinoids?

Preclinical studies of cannabinoids have investigated the following activities:

Antitumor activity

Studies in mice and rats have shown that cannabinoids may inhibit tumor growth by causing cell death, blocking cell growth, and blocking the development of blood vessels needed by tumors to grow. MORE


TEDx Video Published on Feb 3, 2015

Hugh Hempel is a technology industry veteran turned health care entrepreneur. In this moving talk he discusses how medicinal cannabis has enriched the lives of his ailing 11 year-old daughters. This talk will challenge your views of medical marijuana.

Hugh Hempel is a technology industry veteran turned healthcare entrepreneur. During his 30-year career in high technology, Hugh has held numerous senior management positions in many innovative and pioneering technology companies.

As chief operating officer and co-founder of Hopelink, Hugh launched one of the first Healthcare Internet start-ups that matched cancer patients with online clinical trials. Prior to founding Hopelink, Hugh held a variety of positions at Netscape, the first successful consumer Web browser software company. As Director of Online Marketing and Director of Enterprise Sales and Marketing, Hugh worked with the team that helped make the Web a reality for millions of people worldwide.

Prior to joining Netscape, Hugh worked as Manager of Engineering and Science markets for Apple Computer. While at Apple, he helped define the Apple Newton Messagepad, Apple’s first handheld computer that was a revolution in personal computing.

Hugh also held the position of Director at Computervision, an early pioneer in Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) software used by companies around the world to develop automotive and aerospace products. Hugh’s first job in the technology industry was as a National Accounts Representative for IBM after graduating with a B.S. in Engineering Management from the University of Vermont.

In 2006, Hugh’s 10 year old identical twin daughters were diagnosed with a rare and fatal neurodegenerative disease called Niemann Pick Type C, often referred to as “Childhood Alzheimer’s.” Since that time, Hugh and his wife Chris have immersed themselves in science and medicine and discovered through their own research that a simple sugar compound called cyclodextrin could save their twins’ lives. As parents, they successfully filed applications with U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and received permission to try this never before used treatment on their daughters.

The Hempel’s journey to develop cyclodextrin has made international headlines and was recently featured in The Wall Street Journal in a 10 chapter story entitled, “A Desperate Fight to Save Kids and Change Science,” as well as in a documentary called “Here. Us. Now.” More information can be found at http://projects.wsj.com/trials and http://here-us-now.com/.

In 2009, Hugh and his wife Chris became interested in Cannabidiol (CBD), one of at least 80 active cannabinoids identified in marijuana and hemp, as his twins suffer from intractable seizures as a result of their disease and experience up to a 100 seizures a week. Through extensive research, they learned that cannabinoid receptors are involved in a vast array of functions in the body, including helping to control brain and nerve activity (including memory and pain), energy metabolism, heart function, and the immune system. After realizing pharmaceutical grade cannabis products were unavailable for their daughters and other patients in Nevada, the Hempel’s decided to create a Nevada based “cannabusiness” focused on legally developing and distributing high-quality flowers, extracts and concentrates at competitive prices.

Hugh sits on the Board of Directors for The Global Genes Project, a leading rare and genetic disease non-profit advocacy organization based in California. He is a frequent speaker on a variety of healthcare topics including small clinical trial design, new drug discovery, and patient reported outcome systems for more efficient clinical research.

Hugh aims to create a large scale cannabis clinical research clearing house in an effort to better elucidate the potential benefits of this cannabis plant. Until such time as there are readily available quality cannabis medicinal products on the market, this goal is nearly impossible. The creation of a pharmaceutical quality cannabis supply network is the first step towards this larger goal of building knowledge about using cannabis to improve health.
Posted by nationalize the fed | Wed Mar 4, 2015, 04:12 PM (3 replies)

WTC 7 Damage pic



NIST WTC7 FAQ

8. Why did WTC 7 collapse, while no other known building in history has collapsed due to fires alone?

The collapse of WTC 7 is the first known instance of a tall building brought down primarily by uncontrolled fires.

21. Did debris from the collapse of WTC 1 cause damage to WTC 7's structure in a way that contributed to the building's collapse?

The debris from WTC 1 caused structural damage to the southwest region of WTC 7—severing seven exterior columns—but this structural damage did not initiate the collapse. The fires initiated by the debris, rather than the structural damage that resulted from the impacts, initiated the building's collapse after the fires grew and spread to the northeast region after several hours.

The debris impact caused no damage to the spray-applied fire-resistive material that was applied to the steel columns, girders, and beams except in the immediate vicinity of the severed columns. The debris impact damage did play a secondary role in the last stages of the collapse sequence, where the exterior façade buckled at the lower floors where the impact damage was located. A separate analysis showed that even without the structural damage due to debris impact, WTC 7 would have collapsed in fires similar to those that occurred on Sept. 11, 2001. None of the large pieces of debris from WTC 2 hit WTC 7 because of the large distance between the two buildings.

22. Would WTC 7 have collapsed even if there had been no structural damage induced by the collapse of WTC 1?

Yes. Even without the structural damage, WTC 7 would have collapsed from the fires that the debris initiated. The growth and spread of the lower-floor fires due to the loss of water supply to the sprinklers from the city mains was enough to initiate the collapse of the entire building due to buckling of a critical column in the northeast region of the building.

http://www.nist.gov/el/disasterstudies/wtc/faqs_wtc7.cfm

WTC 7 Fast and Furious


Posted by nationalize the fed | Tue Mar 3, 2015, 04:54 PM (1 replies)

Another US ‘Success Story': The Creation and Abandonment of Kosovo

Thomas Harrington, February 28, 2015 AntiWar.com

Kosovo is falling apart at the seams, with it thousands of its citizens seeking desperately to escape life there by any means possible.

Haven’t heard about that one?

Perhaps that’s because the U.S. is almost wholly responsible for creating an independent Kosovo, and from there, the brutal and corrupt power structure that lords cruelly over the life of its people. The creation of an independent Kosovo in the name of democracy and humanitarianism is considered by the Clinton crowd to be one of the U.S.’s first post-Cold War foreign policy successes.

Under the direction of the late egotist Richard Holbrook, intellectual – if we can use that word – godfather of today’s Susan Rices and Samantha Power, a new U.S. protectorate was created in the heart of the Balkans, one of the more historically unstable regions of the Western world.

Of course, it had nothing to do with democracy and humanitarianism and everything to do, as has been the case with most major moves the U.S. has undertaken in the world since 1989, with the need to give the U.S. the ability to a) project power into every corner of the globe b) disrupt the possibility of any country or bloc of countries impeding its economic and military designs.

More concretely, it was part of the U.S. plan to make sure that the then newly unshackled countries of Eastern and Southeastern Europe would essentially be beholden to it, and not their EU neighbors... snip-continue>
http://original.antiwar.com/thomas-harrington/2015/02/27/another-us-success-story-the-creation-and-abandonment-of-kosovo/

Please remember that the 78 day bombing of Kosovo was a Project for the New American Century (PNAC) war- the first of many.


http://web.archive.org/web/20020205133621/http://www.newamericancentury.org/balkans.htm


Civilian casualties during Operation Allied Force

1 Incidents
1.1 5 April 1999: Bombing of Aleksinac
1.2 12 April 1999: Grdelica train bombing
1.3 14 April 1999: Bombing of a refugee column
1.4 23 April 1999: Serb Radio and Television headquarters bombing
1.5 27 April 1999: First Bombing of Surdulica
1.6 7 May 1999: Cluster bombing of a Marketplace of Niš
1.7 7 May 1999: Chinese embassy bombing
1.8 14 May 1999: Bombing of Koriša
1.9 19 May 1999: Belgrade hospital strike
1.10 30 May 1999: Bombing of Varvarin
1.11 30 May 1999: Second Bombing of Surdulica
1.12 31 May 1999: Bombing of Novi Pazar
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Civilian_casualties_during_Operation_Allied_Force

Of course the war is long over and Milosovic is dead but "The Gitmo of the Balkans" lives on

Camp Bondsteel



Camp Bondsteel is the main base of the United States Army under KFOR command in Kosovo. Located near Ferizaj in the eastern part of Kosovo, the base serves as the NATO headquarters for KFOR's Multinational Battle Group East (MNBG-E). The base is named after Vietnam War Medal of Honor recipient United States Army Staff Sergeant James L. Bondsteel...

...The United States Army has been criticised for using the base as a detention facility, and for the conditions faced by the detainees there. In November 2005, Alvaro Gil-Robles, the human rights envoy of the Council of Europe, described the camp as a "smaller version of Guantanamo" following a visit. In response, the US Army stated that there were no secret detention facilities in the Camp...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camp_Bondsteel


U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visiting Camp Bondsteel, May 2009. Credit: David Lienemann

"The Affirmative Task We Have Now is to Actually Create a New World Order"-VP Joe Biden, April 2013
http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/item/15036-joe-biden-on-creating-a-new-world-order

First up: Joe "NWO" Biden:


Backing up Globalization with Military Might
New World Order Onslaught
by Karen Talbot
Covert Action Quarterly, Issue 68, Fall 1999

The U.S. and its NATO underlings undoubtedly will be vastly emboldened by their "success" in ensconcing themselves in Kosovo, Bosnia and the other remnants of Yugoslavia—Croatia, Slovenia and Macedonia. We can expect rapid steps to further fragment the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (FRY). We can also expect the new mission of nuclear-armed NATO — intervening over so-called "humanitarian concerns" against sovereign nations—to be implemented elsewhere, with great speed, especially in the Caspian Sea/Caucuses areas of the former Soviet Union...snip

McDonald's Needs McDonnell Douglas to Flourish

An article by Thomas Friedman in the New York Times entitled "What the World Needs Now" tells it all. Illustrated by an American Flag on a fist it said, among other things: "For globalism to work, America can't be afraid to act like the almighty superpower that it is....The hidden hand of the market will never work without a hidden fist-McDonald's cannot flourish without McDonnell Douglas, the designer of the F-15. And the hidden fist that keeps the world safe for Silicon Valley's technologies is called the United States Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps...snip

Corporations will stop at nothing...
Profits for the Military-Industrial Complex...
Girdling the Globe with U.S.-led Military Alliances
...Much More
http://www.globalissues.org/article/448/backing-up-globalization-with-military-might

Posted by nationalize the fed | Sun Mar 1, 2015, 12:25 PM (2 replies)
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