Inconvenient truths and lunatic 2083 fallacies

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INCONVENIENT TRUTHS AND LUNATIC 2083 FALLACIES

By Stanley Collymore

 On Saturday 23 July 2011 the day after the terrorist outrage in Norway the British tabloid newspaper the Sun carried as its banner headline: “Norway’s 9/11” then without a shred of evidence to support its grotesque allegations went on to categorically assert that this act of terrorism was Muslim-related, tied to al-Qaida and linked to Colonel Gaddafi’s loathsome regime in Libya. The biggest selling daily in the UK because regrettably its feeds off smut and mindless propaganda, the sort of thing that unfortunately many Brits insatiably lap up, the agenda of the Sun newspaper, which is part of Rupert Murdoch’s News International that’s currently deeply embroiled in the phone hacking scandal in the UK, hasn’t, it seems, learnt anything from the universally condemned, reprehensible conduct of its now defunct sister newspaper the News of the World, its own unanswered similar, vile behaviour in the same contemptible imbroglio or that of its parent companies News International and News Corp.

But don’t for a minute run away with the mistaken notion that the Sun alone was at fault in deliberately, dishonestly, xenophobically, Islamophobically and in racially-motivated terms mischievously pointing the finger of blame at Muslims for what had taken place in Norway.. By no means was this the case. In fact, all the western media, print as well as the electronic, instantaneously jumped on board the same expedient bandwagon and in the most demonized, completely vicious and comprehensively racist terms imaginable denounced the murderous events in Norway as undeniably the barbaric acts of terrorists and the perpetrators of them as none other than Muslims. And while it’s perfectly allowable and even marginally legitimate, although somewhat misguided, to candidly offer up one’s speculation as a likely possibility for something that has happened even in cases like this one, it’s neither moral nor lawful to do so using one’s unsubstantiated suppositions as cast iron facts to mask one’s prejudices or wilfully create mischief.

This however is precisely what the BBC did; and I’m singling it out and taking it to task here because it’s a public broadcasting corporation which every citizen and resident in the United Kingdom who owns a TV set or recording equipment, whether that person watches or listens to the BBC or not and increasingly because of the entrenched Zionist stance and exceedingly biased propagandistic drivel that the BBC increasingly and perniciously pumps out aren’t any longer doing so, must obligatorily fund through the statutorily enshrined by parliament, BBC licence fee with the unpleasant alternative for those who dissent of a very hefty court fine and immediate imprisonment if they don’t follow suit and do what the majority of the populace is coerced into coughing up for the BBC’s gross mismanagement. In actual fact the BBC is the only broadcaster in the entire United Kingdom which is legally accorded this privilege and as such one would logically have expected that it would endeavour to reflect the diverse views in a balanced, objective …

CIA Jobs – Working like James Bond

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We oftentimes see in James Bond movies that he is a CIA agent of America. However, less information about its being a possible option for seeking employment. Many assume that it’s all thrills and adventures. Aside from traditional spying games, the American CIA has other job descriptions that maybe, no spy agency has. You should know these before you consider applying in the CIA.

The first Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is a civilian agency of the United States government, reporting to the Director of National Intelligence. It is responsible for providing national security intelligence assessment to the United States policymakers. The CIA also engages in covert activities at the request of the President of the United States. It is the replacement of Office of Strategic Services (OSS) formed during World War II.

The National Security act of 1947 established the CIA, affording it “no police or law enforcement functions, either at home or abroad”. When American business interests abroad are threatened by democratically-elected leaders who intend to:

? conduct land reform
? redistribute wealth
? nationalize foreign-owned industries

it is the role of the CIA to mobilize the opposition on behalf of American businesses. They hire, train and work with right-wing government.

The United States has carried on intelligence gathering operations since the time of George Washington but there was no organized effort until President Franklin. Roosevelt established the Office of Strategic Services in1942. Their purpose was to collect and analyze data from foreign nations and relay these findings back to key Executive Branch personnel. It was dismantled in 1945. Seeing the need for organized and coordinated intelligence efforts, President Harry S. Truman ordered the formation of the CIA in 1946.

For now, the agency seeks to hire those with strong desire to serve the nation with honor and integrity. Candidates must posses a bachelor’s degree with minimum grade point average of 3.0 and have excellent verbal and written communication skills. An extensive background check is performed and the prospect must undergo-in-depth medical and psychological testings. They require applicants be 25 to 35 years of age but will waive this requirement under certain circumstances.

Understand what is invited in a CIA career before seeking to join the CIA. The majority of CIA employees work in analytical positions, language positions and science, engineering as well as technology positions. Matching your skills and aptitude to what you’re best suited for may not see you working in the clandestine (where the spies are located) service positions at all so be ready for this possibility. In addition, be prepared to become part of a “family” when you join in the CIA, with expectation to uphold deep loyalty to others.

Some reminders if you want to join in the CIA

? You should have no criminal record.
? You don’t take illegal drugs.
? You don’t gamble.
? You should have a good track record. …

AAA Attorney referral service discusses your Rights if arrested

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If You Are Arrested in Fort lauderdale or any place in Florida

The information below is not legal advice. Be sure to contact a local criminal defense attorney or attorney referral service  to be referred to a croiminal defense attorney in your area.

If you are a law-abiding citizen, your chances of being arrested are slight. It is important, though, that you know “Your Rights If Arrested.” An informed and alert  individual is the best guarantee that your rights will be upheld during a criminal or DUI arrest.

The basic rights of a citizen under arrest are stated in the Fifth, Sixth and Eighth Amendments of the “Bill of Rights” of the United States Constitution.

— “No person . . . shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself, nor be deprived of life, liberty or property, without due process of law . . .” (Fifth Amendment).

— “In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury . . . and to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor; and to have the assistance of counsel for his defense.” (Sixth Amendment).

— “Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor shall cruel and unusual punishments be inflicted.” (Eighth Amendment).

Since the adoption of the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution, the states have also had to guarantee these rights. This amendment provides: “No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of the citizens of the United States . . .”

Many of the provisions found in the “Bill of Rights” of the U.S. Constitution also appear in the “Bill of Rights” of the Illinois Constitution. The following discussion is based upon both constitutions and upon other laws governing the citizens of this state.
WHO CAN MAKE  A CRIMINAL ARREST:

Any law enforcement officer such as a policeman, sheriff, deputy sheriff or state trooper can make a lawful arrest. The arrest may be made with a warrant or, under certain circumstances, without a warrant.

A warrant is an order describing the person to be arrested and the charge made; it is issued by a magistrate or judge upon the complaint of someone. It directs all law enforcement officers of the state or, in some cases, authorizes a private person by name to arrest the person named in the complaint. The arrested person is to be brought before the Court issuing the warrant or, if that is not possible, before the most accessible Court in the same county.

A law enforcement officer must have a warrant for your arrest unless one of the following circumstances exists:

* The law enforcement officer has reasonable ground to believe that a warrant for your arrest has been issued in this state or in another jurisdiction.
* You committed or …

Tennessee DUI Laws: You Don't Have to Actually Be Driving the Car

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In the state of Tennessee, where I am an attorney, one of the essential elements of the DUI law is that the accused must drive, operate, or be in physical control of the vehicle.  The State must prove this element beyond a reasonable doubt in order to convict.  These are all different elements that can include a number of situations.  “Operate” is not the same as “drive,” and “physical control” is not the same as “operate.”  In other words, there’s a reason the legislature includes three different elements in the law.  Each serves its own purpose.  Also notice the word “or.”  It’s “drive, operate or be in physical control.”  The state has to prove only one of the three, not all three together.  I’ll discuss each element and give some examples.

“Drive” is pretty obvious.  This means the car is moving along a street or highway under its own power with the accused behind the wheel. 

“Operate” didn’t come along in Tennessee until later on.  For this, the proof must show that the accused set in motion the operative machinery of the vehicle for the purpose of moving it.  Some examples from Tennessee cases include starting the motor and letting it idle in neutral, as well as steering the car as it was being towed for repairs.  In another case, which I think was a stretch, a car with the key in the ignition, turned off and unable to move because of a broken clutch, with the driver sleeping, was enough to convict.

“Physical control” gives the state an even broader net to charge people with DUI.  It really depends on the facts, but Tennessee courts look at the following factors: 1) the location of the driver in relation to the vehicle, 2) the location of the ignition key, 3) whether the motor was running, 4) the driver’s ability to direct the use or non-use of the vehicle, and 5) the extent to which the vehicle itself is capable of being operated or moved under its own power or otherwise.  Basically, if the facts show that the vehicle was capable of being immediately placed in motion to become a menace to the public and its driver, the driver will be facing a DUI conviction.  These are the situations where a person could be asleep in the car after too much to drink, with the keys in their pocket, and get charged.  Intent is not a factor.  It doesn’t matter if the driver had no intention of driving the car.  DUI is a strict liability crime, meaning the accused’s intent is irrelevant.  All that matters is that they did the act.

Because of such a low threshold, in addition to the stiff penalties for even a first offense, it is important that an individual charged with DUI in Tennessee have their case properly reviewed by an experienced Memphis DUI attorney.  There may be a number of ways to challenge the case on factual, procedural or legal grounds.…

Personal Injury Lawyer helps People Hurt

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The Compensation rendered for accidents basically encompasses recovery of the medical expenses of an injured person. Nonetheless, any accident victim generally will have many things to lose also. Generally, this may comprise losing remuneration from businesses or employment, and this income they would have generally earned in the recuperating period.  A skilled and experienced lawyer will grab whatever it takes to compensate these expenses.

A major benefit for the accident victim is that generally in this type of cases, there will be no such direct expenses which should be paid. Generally, a lawyer doesn’t charge for any services catered, they will realize the fee when the compensation is provided to their client. It may be a fixed amount out of the total money, or in some situations, may be a specific percentage. If the lawyer doesn’t win the case, they will get absolutely nothing.

 The personal injury attorney manages various aspects of the cases. They usually comprise damages related to vehicles or motorcycles or may be accidents while walking down the pedestrians. Nonetheless, in most situations the damages are usually related with work related situations. There are various people injured during their job hours every year, specifically in vocations which are prone to accidents such as construction and similar type of industries.

Most accident lawyers have a considerable amount of knowledge about particular laws regarding suffering from any kind of injury. Other circumstances might comprise slipping or falling in public places or may be due to medical problems. The experienced Personal Injury Law Firm Vancouver works with different kinds of cases, and they are experienced professionals that negotiates with the insurance companies. Frequently, they negotiate a settlement out of the courts for a reasonable amount.

  When you have encountered any type of accident, you should first report about it. When the rescue teams will show up you always have to provide them clear and precise information in order to file your report officially. Moreover, if you got any witness, make sure that all the necessary information is duly collected in order to be used later in your favor by the company associated with personal injury law in Vancouver BC.

A second issue whenever you get injured is the receipt of medical facility instantly. It is extremely vital as it will work as a proof in the future. Moreover, your injuries will be documented as a serious issue and also for the medical expenses that need to be incurred. In case of an automobile accident, police reports are considered and also retrieved later on if there are any kinds of lawsuits. Frequently, these types of cases are quite intricate and generally take much time to settle.…

Divorce and Annulment – What Is The Difference?

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As we mentioned earlier that the bond of conjugal relationship weakens as there is any unhealthy act or misconduct by the either spouses which may be in terms of poor communication, lack of commitments, kids support, cash, affair, adultery and so on. And so the connection will be practically smoothen and aromatized by up rooting its evils. Otherwise a meaningful disassociation (divorce) may be a productive termination to such unpleasant marital relationship.

For married couples getting apart is after all not an advisable means out by most of the specialists but appropriately said it’s better be in hell once than be each other instance.

In United States of America, there are two ways a marital relationship can be ended lawfully and that’s through annulment and divorce.

Although the annulment of void marriages is controlled by statute but, in most of the American States, there aren’t found correct outlined annulment law and of that exists has been mingled taking a flavored shape of divorce consequently. The most reason of this disregard and downside is that each one these days tries and needs to end up the matrimony by filing and annulment case. He comes forward, spends a ton of cash, and at the tip of the days he’s asked to file for divorce as his case does not qualify for the annulment proceedings. However we have a tendency to still notice people committing the same mistake and asking this ill-famed question : will I purchase annulment?

Annulment may be a legal procedure which terminates a wedding between a man and a woman. Annulment erases the complete existence of the wedding legally and it declares that the wedding never technically existed and was never valid whereas divorce, or legal dissolution of a wedding, is that the termination of a legitimate marriage between a person and a woman. When divorce each the parties will regain their single standing and will legally remarry.

Every individual state has defined its own set of laws concerning the grounds for an annulment or for a divorce with sure distinction in necessities nationwide.

The annulment process can be initiated by either the husband or the wife in the marriage however the grounds for the annulment should also be proven and if therefore happens, the wedding will be thought-about null and void by the court. However there are some situations that meet the criteria and you’ll file for annulment however is not necessarily true always. Some of the commonly known grounds for the annulment are:

-Bigamy

-Fraud

-Wedding that’s declared prohibited by law

-Mental incapacity

-Inability to consummate marriage

-Underage marriage

There are found some similarities in annulment and divorce process i.e. the division of property in-spite of that there aren’t any proper annulment laws in most of the states.

Annulment is filed as a daily lawsuit; there’s a petition for annulment and a law written order. If the opposite party counterclaim as divorce in answering your annulment petition, your case can be dealt as divorce subsequently.

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Crime and Corruption- a Part of Daily Society News

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Crime and Corruption is becoming a society accepted norm if it is left unchecked. The general people need to be on a high alert now, if they want to gift a safe future to the coming generation. We need to alter society’s view towards corruption and have to work hard to instill these principles in back of their minds. Together, all of us have to do something constructive about putting a stop to all these criminal activities.

Corruption is the misuse of power or the authority given to a person. Corruption has become a part of official activities now-a-days and is being practiced at its seedbeds in public, private and institutional sectors to undertake financial gains. Corruption with all its several branches such as bribery, embezzlement, theft, extortion and intimidation are being practiced openly in India’s several urban and rural areas.

Funds and monetary resources are reversed back from poor and needy into the hands of powerful and dominant individuals in the society. All this is visible to the Indian population there but then need simply falls out of equation and greed loom over. Crime and corruption is a hindrance to the economic and social development of India’s economy and affects adversely on poor.

The question here arises, what is the importance of human rights, best law facilities and finest enforcements available in the country minus the support and development of community. We can relive the country from all the plague of corruption and crime only with the consistent support of Indian population. Concluding all this, it is to be informed that crime is real and is a part of industrially sophisticated economy.

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Data Protection Laws of India

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In the recent years India has emerged as one of the preferred destinations for offshore business outsourcing. Financial services, educational services, legal services, banking services, healthcare services, marketing services and telecommunication services . The factors that have turned India into one of the hotspots for offshore outsourcing are the educated and unemployed masses, enterprising nature of Indians who have excellent spoken English skills and relatively cheap labour.

In June 2005, one BPO was in the eye of the storm when one of its employees sold personal data belonging to a large number of British nationals to an undercover reporter from the British tabloid ‘The Sun’. The incident sparked off a debate among the offshore industry circles, media and the legal world as to how safe foreign data is in Indian hands. The discussions were also veered towards the need for some kind of protection for personal data in India which is absent currently.

Data Protection Issues have time and again raised concern in the authorities about the cyber extortion, privacy, confidentiality, data protection and national security. With the increasing penetration in the online usage of more and more people towards internet, e-banking, e-shopping etc. the concerns of data protection and related issues are growing day by day.

Privacy is closely connected to Data Protection. An individual’s data like his name address, telephone numbers, profession, family, choices, etc. are often available at various places like schools, colleges, banks, directories, surveys and on various web sites.

Passing on such information to interested parties can lead to intrusion in privacy like incessant marketing calls.

It would be a misnomer to say that India does not have ‘data protection’ legislation at all.

This is factually wrong. The fact is that there exists data protection legislation in India.

The subject matter of data protection and privacy has been dealt within the Information

Technology Act, 2000 but not in an exclusive manner.

Data protection is not a subject in any of the three lists in Schedule VII of the

Constitution of India. But Entry 97 of List 1 states: “any other matter not enumerated in

List II and List III …….” Thus only the Indian Parliament is competent to legislate on

data protection since it can be interpreted as any other matter not enumerated in List II

and List III.

Data protection is, thus, a Central subject and only the Central Government is competent

to frame legislations on issues dealing with data protection. In fact, the Information

Technology Act, 2000,and the Indian Copyright Act, 1957 , enacted by the Indian Parliament are the main legislations in this field, which contains provisions on data protection. There is also a proposed Personal Data Protection Bill, 2006, which deals with the protection of personal data.

THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACT, 2000

The Indian Parliament enacted an Act called the Information Technology Act, 2000. It

received the assent of the President on the 9th June, 2000 and is effective from 17th October, 2000. This Act is based on the Resolution A/RES/51/162 …