Friday, November 29, 2013

Capricious privacy issues in rhode island

Recently two cases were held in the same day in ri superior court which involved privacy that contradicted each other.  The first involved a settlement google had to do in ri and in other states, where google had to remove cookies it placed in people's comupters, to inform people which computers had google cookies in them, to cease using those cookies to gather info on people without their consent, and to pay money in settlement.
Later that day ri art hustler berge zobian mentioned in a case regarding a restraining order that he has hidden cameras in the area where he has his business, needless to say he has no signs up notifying people in the area of his actions, that he collects saliva samples he finds on and around his business in order to obtain dna samples of people, that he obtained uncensored documents from the ri attorney general's office which contained people's medical info, and to top it off has minors working at his business.  This was of no concern to the courts.
This just shows how rotten rhode island's government has become.

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Eleitist connections with current Iranian administration

Notice page 14 of this newsletter. I was at the Watson institute when jim blight and janet lang were involved in their Iran project, and both were very secretive, and emphasized that those in power in Iran during the Clinton years, namely those under Khatami, should be returned to power in order to facilitate relations with Iran, and they preferred them specifically.

Text of new Iranian nuke deal

Those Iranians who backed this deal are traitors to america and un, and are setting up Iran for invasion.

Sun Nov 24, 2013 11:18
Full Text of Iran-Powers Nuclear Deal
TEHRAN (FNA)- After the White House released a modified version of the deal struck by Iran and the six world powers in Geneva early Sunday morning, the Iranian Foreign Ministry released the text of the agreement.

The full text of the deal is as follows:

Geneva, 24 November 2013

Joint Plan of Action (   )


The goal for these negotiations is to reach a mutually-agreed long-term comprehensive solution that would ensure Iran's nuclear programme will be exclusively peaceful. Iran reaffirms that under no circumstances will Iran ever seek or develop any nuclear weapons. This comprehensive solution would build on these initial measures and result in a final step for a period to be agreed upon and the resolution of concerns. This comprehensive solution would enable Iran to fully enjoy its right to nuclear energy for peaceful purposes under the relevant articles of the NPT in conformity with its obligations therein. This comprehensive solution would involve a mutually defined enrichment programme with practical limits and transparency measures to ensure the peaceful nature of the programme. This comprehensive solution would constitute an integrated whole where nothing is agreed until everything is agreed. This comprehensive solution would involve a reciprocal, step-bystep process, and would produce the comprehensive lifting of all UN Security Council sanctions, as well as multilateral and national sanctions related to Iran's nuclear programme.

There would be additional steps in between the initial measures and the final step, including, among other things, addressing the UN Security Council resolutions, with a view toward bringing to a satisfactory conclusion the UN Security Council's consideration of this matter. The E3+3 and Iran will be responsible for conclusion and implementation of mutual near-term measures and the comprehensive solution in good faith. A Joint Commission of E3/EU+3 and Iran will be established to monitor the implementation of the near-term measures and address issues that may arise, with the IAEA responsible for verification of nuclear-related measures. The Joint Commission will work with the IAEA to facilitate resolution of past and present issues of concern.

Elements of a first step The first step would be time-bound, with a duration of 6 months, and renewable by mutual consent, during which all parties will work to maintain a constructive atmosphere for negotiations in good faith. Iran would undertake the following voluntary measures:

· From the existing uranium enriched to 20%, retain half as working stock of 20% oxide for fabrication of fuel for the TRR. Dilute the remaining 20% UF6 to no more than 5%. No reconversion line.

· Iran announces that it will not enrich uranium over 5% for the duration of the 6 months.

· Iran announces that it will not make any further advances of its activities at the Natanz Fuel Enrichment Plant1, Fordow2, or the Arak reactor3, designated by the IAEA as IR-40.

· Beginning when the line for conversion of UF6 enriched up to 5% to UO2 is ready, Iran has decided to convert to oxide UF6 newly enriched up to 5% during the 6 month period, as provided in the operational schedule of the conversion plant declared to the IAEA.

· No new locations for the enrichment.

· Iran will continue its safeguarded R&D practices, including its current enrichment R&D practices, which are not designed for accumulation of the enriched uranium.

· No reprocessing or construction of a facility capable of reprocessing.

· Enhanced monitoring:

o Provision of specified information to the IAEA, including information on Iran's plans for nuclear facilities, a description of each building on each nuclear site, a description of the scale of operations for each location engaged in specified nuclear activities, information on uranium mines and mills, and information on source material. This information would be provided within three months of the adoption of these measures.

o Submission of an updated DIQ for the reactor at Arak, designated by the IAEA as the IR-40, to the IAEA.

o Steps to agree with the IAEA on conclusion of the Safeguards Approach for the reactor at Arak, designated by the IAEA as the IR-40.

o Daily IAEA inspector access when inspectors are not present for the purpose of Design Information Verification, Interim Inventory Verification, Physical Inventory Verification, and unannounced inspections, for the purpose of access to offline surveillance records, at Fordow and Natanz.

o IAEA inspector managed access to:

centrifuge assembly workshops4;

centrifuge rotor production workshops and storage facilities; and, uranium mines and mills.



1 Namely, during the 6 months, Iran will not feed UF6 into the centrifuges installed but not enriching uranium. Not install additional centrifuges. Iran announces that during the first 6 months, it will replace existing centrifuges with centrifuges of the same type.

2 At Fordow, no further enrichment over 5% at 4 cascades now enriching uranium, and not increase enrichment capacity. Not

feed UF6 into the other 12 cascades, which would remain in a non-operative state. No interconnections between cascades.

Iran announces that during the first 6 months, it will replace existing centrifuges with centrifuges of the same type.

3 Iran announces on concerns related to the construction of the reactor at Arak that for 6 months it will not commission the reactor or transfer fuel or heavy water to the reactor site and will not test additional fuel or produce more fuel for the reactor or install remaining components.

4 Consistent with its plans, Iran's centrifuge production during the 6 months will be dedicated to replace damaged machines.

In return, the E3/EU+3 would undertake the following voluntary measures:

· Pause efforts to further reduce Iran's crude oil sales, enabling Iran's current customers to purchase their current average amounts of crude oil. Enable the repatriation of an agreed amount of revenue held abroad. For such oil sales, suspend the EU and U.S. sanctions on associated insurance and transportation services.

· Suspend U.S. and EU sanctions on:

o Iran's petrochemical exports, as well as sanctions on associated services.5 o Gold and precious metals, as well as sanctions on associated services.

· Suspend U.S. sanctions on Iran's auto industry, as well as sanctions on associated services.

· License the supply and installation in Iran of spare parts for safety of flight for Iranian civil aviation and associated services. License safety related inspections and repairs in Iran as well as associated services.6

· No new nuclear-related UN Security Council sanctions.

· No new EU nuclear-related sanctions.

· The U.S. Administration, acting consistent with the respective roles of the President and the

Congress, will refrain from imposing new nuclear-related sanctions.

· Establish a financial channel to facilitate humanitarian trade for Iran's domestic needs using Iranian oil revenues held abroad. Humanitarian trade would be defined as transactions involving food and agricultural products, medicine, medical devices, and medical expenses incurred abroad. This channel would involve specified foreign banks and non-designated Iranian banks to be defined when establishing the channel.

o This channel could also enable:

transactions required to pay Iran's UN obligations; and, direct tuition payments to universities and colleges for Iranian students studying abroad, up to an agreed amount for the six month period.

· Increase the EU authorisation thresholds for transactions for non-sanctioned trade to an agreed amount.



5 "Sanctions on associated services" means any service, such as insurance, transportation, or financial, subject to the underlying U.S. or EU sanctions applicable, insofar as each service is related to the underlying sanction and required to facilitate the desired transactions. These services could involve any non-designated Iranian entities.

6 Sanctions relief could involve any non-designated Iranian airlines as well as Iran Air.

Elements of the final step of a comprehensive solution*

The final step of a comprehensive solution, which the parties aim to conclude negotiating and commence implementing no more than one year after the adoption of this document, would:

· Have a specified long-term duration to be agreed upon.

· Reflect the rights and obligations of parties to the NPT and IAEA Safeguards Agreements.

· Comprehensively lift UN Security Council, multilateral and national nuclear-related sanctions, including steps on access in areas of trade, technology, finance, and energy, on a schedule to be agreed upon.

· Involve a mutually defined enrichment programme with mutually agreed parameters consistent with practical needs, with agreed limits on scope and level of enrichment activities, capacity, where it is carried out, and stocks of enriched uranium, for a period to be agreed upon.

· Fully resolve concerns related to the reactor at Arak, designated by the IAEA as the IR-40.

No reprocessing or construction of a facility capable of reprocessing.

· Fully implement the agreed transparency measures and enhanced monitoring. Ratify and implement the Additional Protocol, consistent with the respective roles of the President and the Majlis (Iranian parliament).

· Include international civil nuclear cooperation, including among others, on acquiring modern light water power and research reactors and associated equipment, and the supply of modern nuclear fuel as well as agreed R&D practices.

Following successful implementation of the final step of the comprehensive solution for its full duration, the Iranian nuclear programme will be treated in the same manner as that of any non-nuclear weapon state party to the NPT.

* With respect to the final step and any steps in between, the standard principle that "nothing is agreed until everything is agreed" applies.

©2013 Fars News Agency. All rights reserved

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Iranian Jews back Fordo plant

While I appreciate the sentiment, I question whether these Jews could be acting as israeli werewolfs to make further trouble for Iran.

Iranian Jews rally in support of nuclear program

On the eve of new talks, students form a human chain at the gate of the heavily fortified Fordo facility

By APNovember 19, 2013, 10:06 pm26

TEHRAN, Iran — Hundreds of Iranians including university students and members of the country’s Jewish community rallied Tuesday in support of the Islamic Republic’s disputed nuclear program on the eve of the resumption of talks with world powers.

Iranian state TV showed students gathered at the gate of Fordo enrichment facility, carved into a mountain south of Tehran. They formed a human chain, chanted “Fordo is in our hearts” and denounced the West, which has put pressure on Iran to curb enrichment activity which can be a step toward weapons development.

In Tehran, meanwhile, several dozen people identifying themselves as Iranian Jews gathered outside a UN building. It was a rare public display by the community, which tends to keep a low profile despite being the largest in the region outside Israel and Turkey.

Iran’s nuclear program is popular, including among critics of the clerically dominated system, but any major gatherings or demonstrations would need official approval.

Iran has long refused to completely give up uranium enrichment, but the level of enrichment has become a key aspect of ongoing Geneva talks schedule to resume later this week. Halting 20 percent enrichment — a level Iran has acknowledged and which is several steps away from weapons-grade material — is a central goal of the West.

Iran is concerned about a possible Israeli strike against Fordo or similar facilities. Israel has repeatedly criticized a potential deal between Iran and the world powers, saying it will allow Iran to continue suspect activities. It has also not ruled out military option against Iran’s nuclear facilities.

The West suspects Iran’s nuclear program has a military dimension. Iran says the program is for peaceful purposes like power generation and cancer treatment.

Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Exposing Iranian political fraud ahreeman x

Many are familiar with an individual who goes by the name ahreeman x and who runs a website called IranPoliticsClub.  This individual is an american government backed provacetur who has spread lies about many people, myself included.  He claims to use an alias to protect himself and complains that his site has been taken down many times because of anti-mullah political activity. 
As to the latter many sites involved in anti-mullah activities are still operational, so the most likely reason for his site being taken down in the past is for slander.  As for using an alias it is in all probability an attempt to cover his tracks.  This person ahreman x claims to teach at the department of computer science at san diego state university
However when one checks photos of the faculty, as well as the website for san diego state university, there NONE of them match ahreeman x
In all likelihood this ahreeman x is using manipulated photos to throw people off and to bolster his delusions

Another Iranian gets it wrong on Iran's nuclear program

In reading this soraya makes a big mistake. She ignores the fact that Mohammed Reza Shah helped start Iran's nuclear program, which began at MIT in 1973, as a means of alternate energy as he was aware that Iran would soon be running out of Oil reserves, as it is beginning to do now. To refer to him as an "one of America's pet dictators" along with the omission of this fact shows clear bias.

Saturday, November 09, 2013

Man medically violated by pigs

I can guarantee this wouldn't have happened without the new niggercare law in place, people forget that doctors now are as bad as the pigs and are justifying any act of terrorism in america.

New Mexico Man David Eckert Subjected to Anal Cavity Search for Suspicious Posture
Posted on November 6, 2013 by Michael Minkoff
KOB4 reports: When David Eckert was leaving a Deming, New Mexico Wal-Mart parking lot, he rolled through a stop sign and unleashed a humiliating chain of events that almost stupefies belief. Deming police quickly pulled him over, and because a stop sign roll-through is obviously one of the typical earmarks of a danger to society, they asked Eckert to step out of his car. This is where things got crazy. (That is, if you don’t already think it crazy that the police are stopping people for harmless “traffic violations” and regularly forcing them out of their cars for no reason.)

Apparently, when Eckert got out of the car, he was clenching his buttocks. At least, that’s what the crack team of police officers thought. No detail escapes their watchful eyes, right? They thought this small detail suspicious enough that they detained Eckert while they called in for a warrant to do an anal cavity search. They were just sure that Eckert was hiding narcotics in his colon. An idiot Deming judge agreed.

So, warrant in hand, they took Eckert to a local Deming hospital, but doctors there refused to do the cavity search, saying it was “unethical.” But have no fear. A hospital in a neighboring county (where, incidentally, the search warrant was not valid) didn’t have the same qualms about unethical behavior. They weren’t going to let a little thing like ethics get in the way of the war on drugs.

Against Eckert’s constant refusals to authorize any medical procedures, they x-rayed his abdomen, performed two anal searches with their fingers, gave him three enemas—all of which had the intended effect of him defecating in front of doctors and officers, and searched through his (escalatingly scant) stools.

Then, when all of those methods turned up absolutely nothing, the doctors prepared Eckert for surgery and performed a colonoscopy, where they searched the extent of his bowels with a miniature camera. And guess what? Eckert didn’t have any narcotics in him or on him. So police finally let him go well into the wee hours of the next morning after thoroughly humiliating him and violating his anal integrity in pretty much every conceivable medical way. And, by the way, even if the search warrant had been valid in the neighboring county (which it wasn’t), it expired at 10 pm. Medical records indicate they were preparing for the colonoscopy at 1 am. This is no good. To say the least.

I can report thankfully that Eckert is suing the police department and the hospital. And I hope he bankrupts them both. This is just yet another example of police power gone wild. If it weren’t so well-documented or so common, I would hardly believe it happened.


Tuesday, November 05, 2013

Russian intervention in Caucasus

Notice this is in territory Iran was forced to give up at Gulistan and Turkmanchai, and were it not for the current situation in Iran Russia would not be intervening there.  Notice that the conflict in Nagorno-Karabakh is also drawing Russian resources away from Syria.  Notice also how Turkey is silent on this issue.

Russian Officer: We Would Intervene In Karabakh Against Azerbaijan

Saudis want German SSK's to old design

I am curious about this, as many countries, including India, Venezuela, and israel are retiring their German Type 209 SSK's.

Saudi Arabia 'plans to buy German submarines'

A German newspaper has reported that Saudi Arabia plans to buy submarines from Germany. The news could intensify discussion on weapons exports during the current coalition negotiations in Berlin.
The German weekly Bild am Sonntag said on Sunday that Saudi Arabia wanted to purchase five German Type 209 submarines for 12 billion euros ($16.5 billion). The paper said that in the long term, the kingdom was interested in buying altogether 25 of the vessels.
The newspaper said it had information that the German chancellery had in the summer already signaled a willingness to examine such requests from Saudi Arabia "favorably" as soon as a new government was in place.
The submarines would be constructed by the Howaldtswerke-Deutsche Werft (HDW) and the Nordseewerke Emden, both shipbuilding companies located in the north of Germany, according to the report.
Disputed issue
The report could fuel controversy during coalition negotiations between Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative CDU/CSU bloc and the Social Democrats, as weapons exports to crisis regions are a disputed issue between the parties.
The Social Democrats would like to see stricter regulations, while the conservatives consider thepresent rules on exports to be adequate. Currently, the Federal Security Council, made up of the chancellor and eight ministers, has to approve any arms export.
Some lawmakers in Germany see Saudi Arabia as an inappropriate recipient for arms, saying that human rights are not sufficiently respected in the kingdom.
Saudi Arabia also sent tanks and troops to help put down recent protests in Bahrain in 2011.
The paper said a government spokeswoman refused to comment on what she called "possible individual cases of arms exports."
The company ThyssenKrupp, to which the two shipyards belong, said there was "no project involving submarines for Saudi Arabia," but refused to say whether preliminary talks on such an order had been held.
tj/slk (dpa, Reuters, AFP)