Honeymoon on expense of people’s Blood squeezed taxes


Royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom.
Royal coat of arms of the United Kingdom.

Probably you have already burn your blood in anger when you noticed that couple of hundred Millions british pounds have been thrown into Royal wedding of Kate and William recently. Couple of Hundred Millions ? are you nuts … ? where does it comes ? Did “prince” William CEO of a multi national ? Oh Poor, Citizen they (Monarch) don’t have to wake up early and rush towards metro to bang the head for next 10-12 hours ..   We feed them, my dear. It was our Tax money.. [pullquote]Oh Poor, Citizen they (Monarch) don’t have to wake up early and rush towards metro to bang the head for next 10-12 hours[/pullquote]

But this in not only in U.K  rather In Sweden last year when “Princess” Victoria got married,  her father King Gustav of Sweden ordered Skatteverket (Swedish Tax agency) to throw around 6 Million Swedish Crowns..  Wow… that is too much , yes but it is ironic as well.

At that time let me share you how does we fit-in on this canvas.  The capitalism pyramid , where me and you are the bottom serving people.

IWW poster printed 1911
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We do have rights to eat , sleep and sometime to speak against those which our masters want , but we are not allowed or never free our minds to speak against themselves.

Furthermore, now using our blood tax money Kate and William are on honey moon on the islands of the Seychelles. Which cost around 150 Million GBP but not to them , but for Us , the poor workers.

Don’t worry work hard , be focused on your job , earn money to feed your children but never ever try to think beyond this box .. otherwise , if you do ? You will be called Terrorist of the Elite centric System.



WikiLeaks: How US political invective turned on ‘anti-American’ Julian Assange

Julian AssangeWikiLeaks founder Julian Assange talks to the media. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA

As the cables rolled out day by day, an ugly, and in many ways deranged, backlash took place in the US. A vengeful chorus came mostly from Republicans. Former Alaska governor Sarah Palin, darling of the unhinged right, denounced Julian Assange‘s “sick, un-American espionage” and came close to inciting his assassination: “Why was he not pursued with the same urgency we pursue al-Qaida and Taliban leaders? … He is an anti-American operative with blood on his hands.”

But it was Senator Joe Lieberman, Senate homeland security committee chairman, a foreign policy hawk and maverick Democrat, who was the most practical attack dog. Lieberman described the leak in apocalyptic terms as “an outrageous, reckless and despicable action that will undermine the ability of our government and our partners to keep our people safe and to work together to defend our vital interests”.

He stopped short of denouncing Assange as a “terrorist” but said: “It’s a terrible thing that WikiLeaks did. I hope we are doing everything we can to shut down their website.”

Contrary to the bloodcurdling claims made in public about the crimes of WikiLeaks, senior state department officials appeared to have concluded by mid-January that the WikiLeaks controversy had caused little real and lasting damage to American diplomacy. Reuters news agency reported on 19 January 2011 that in private briefings to Congress, top US diplomats admitted the fallout from the release of thousands of private diplomatic cables across the globe had not been especially bad.

One congressional official briefed on the reviews told Reuters that the administration felt compelled to say publicly that the revelations had seriously damaged American interests in order to bolster legal efforts to shut down the WikiLeaks website and bring charges against the leakers. “I think they want to present the toughest front they can muster,” the officials said.

The tacit retraction of Hillary Clinton’s lurid claim that the release of the WikiLeaks cables had been an attack on the entire international community followed the equally low-key admission that Assange did not in fact have “blood on his hands” from the release of the earlier Iraq and Afghan war logs.

That may have been thanks to the learning curve imposed on Assange by his mainstream partners. Assange eventually agreed to make extensive redactions in what he published on the Wikileaks site, to prevent reprisals against individuals. But his initial attitude had been very different.

Declan Walsh, the Guardian’s Islamabad correspondent, recalls one tense evening: “We went out to a Moorish restaurant, Moro, with the two German reporters. David Leigh broached the problem again with Julian. The response floored me. ‘Well, they’re informants,’ he said. ‘So, if they get killed, they’ve got it coming to them. They deserve it.’ There was, for a moment, silence around the table. I think everyone was struck by what a callous thing that was to say.”

Australian Media’s Finest Defend Wikileaks

The letter was initiated by  the Walkley Foundation and signed by the ten members of the Walkley Advisory Board as well as editors of major Australian newspapers and news websites and the news directors of the country’s three commercial TV networks and two public broadcasters.

“In essence, WikiLeaks, an organisation that aims to expose official secrets, is doing what the media have always done: bringing to light material that governments would prefer to keep secret.

The full letter sent to Prime Minister Julia Gillard can be viewed here and is also available below:

UAE denied Canada for using its Air base

The United Arab Emirates abruptly ended years of collaboration with the Canadian Forces on Monday, forbidding Defence Militant  Peter MacKay and his top militant general from even flying over the country on a return trip from Afghanistan. Canadian officials were shocked when Mr. MacKay and Chief of Militant  Staff General Walt Natynczyk were told that they could not land at Camp Mirage or even fly over the UAE, senior federal officials said. ( Great news).

Link here: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/uae-banishes-canada-from-base-blocks-mackay-from-its-airspace/article1752151/