Monday, September 20, 2010

September 20 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Sometimes Good Ideas Don't Work Out - The UN, It's 'Security Council' And The Global Elite

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Cabale News ServiceSeptember 20 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Sometimes Good Ideas Just Don't Work Out - The UN, It's 'Security Council', And The Global Elite

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Both of our wars are going badly with bombings in Baghdad and Diyala province, and in Afghanistan, the vote, with a forty percent turnout (much better than the typical US turnout) even with 65 polling place attacks and at least 30 killed.

Just to show how our Afghan 'democracy'(small 'd' intentional) is working out...

From the editor @ Rethink Afghanistan's Facebook page:
The Christian Science Monitor reports that massive vote fraud already mars this weekend’s parliamentary elections, with vote-stuffing so pervasive that brawls are breaking out between teams of vote-riggers.
BP has finished the "Bottom Kill" of the Deepwater-Horizon-Macondo wreckage in the Gulf of Mexico.

New York is getting ready for it's big social season with the United Nations about to go into session. More in the commentary.

Pacific Gas and Electric will release a list of deteriorated and risky pipelines in Northern California as the first lawsuits from the San Bruno pipeline explosions are filed.

General Motors is going to take it's stock public again this fall and the Chinese auto company SAIC is expected to be one of the groups getting a piece of what's left of Detroit's 'action'.

One More Thing:

Tough Nuts to a certain Troglodyte in Texas:
A would-be Koran-burner in Amarillo, Texas was foiled by a 23-year-old skateboarder named Jacob Isom, who was among a group of about 200 people protesting a planned burning September 11. As Isom described it: "I snuck up behind him and took his Koran, he said something about burning the Koran, I said 'Dude you have no Koran,' and ran off." (source)

[After the commentary, a couple of different sentiments and influences in regard to today's topic... Canned Heat says "Let's Work Together", followed by Brother who feel a "Romp & Circumstance" coming on. Courtesy of the respective artists and KPIG California Freedom Earth.]


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