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January 26 2011 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: 'Winning The Future' - What DOES That Mean? We've *BEEN* 'Winning' For The Last Century

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Cabale News ServiceJanuary 26 2011 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: 'Winning The Future' - What DOES That Mean? We've *BEEN* 'Winning' For The Last Century

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A note from the archivist: Sorry about the posting delays over the last couple of days. I was involved in the federally mandated bi-annual census of the homeless. The route I followed was about as rural as it gets in Santa Cruz county California yet I still head-counted a number of homeless, with most of the local population of houseless circulating in the urban areas or the fringe of those areas.

The results, which the federal government depends on for calculating funding contributions to local agencies that help the disenfranchised and displaced workers of America, will be published later this spring.

Stuff about stuff the people are talking about... The State Of The Union address has turned out to be THE social occasion/elbow-rub spectacular, without the focus on a report to the nation that's constitutionally mandated. Obama gets to signifyin' by demanding that we "Win The Future", implying that what money is left in the US treasury has to focused on increasing productivity (Longer Hours) and global competition (Less Pay).

The brothers in the 'hood are displeased...

Meanwhile, Governor Udall's request that the Republicans and Democrats sit together like one big cozy family actually worked, in part due to the umn... vagueness of Obama's speech... which negated the necessity of applauding or booing at partisan statements, but instead allowed them to politely applaud in unison on whitebread semantic cues to which ALL government officials are apparently trained to respond positively

Prime Minister Putin of Russia suspects it wasn't the Chechens who killed 35 people and wounded 150 in the recent Moscow train station bombing. He claims it's one of the other 'stans in the region. Putin also claims it's in regard to Muslims rebelling against the Moscow central government. Repeat after me... "It IS NOT ABOUT the Natural Gas and pipelines, and Russia's intention to loot it, perhaps with the help of a now allied NATO.

For the back story on the situation in Central Asia and 'Pipelinistan' see "Central Asia: Top 10 Developments in 2010" at The Oriental Review. Also see: Pipelineistan Poker (It all comes down to the top two global players) - Pepe Escobar, Asia Times

It's getting closer to open revolt in Cairo Egypt as the government bans protests after the deaths of four protesters and over 860 anti-government demonstrators are arrested in Cairo and Suez on day two of protests. Today protesters in Suez set a government building on fire and tried to burn down a local office of Egypt's ruling party.

All this is occurring in the wake of the recent Tunisian rebellion which toppled it's government. Former strongman Ben Ali's Tunisia was model US client state, and it's going to be treacherous for Tunisians now, as counter-revolutionaries, and the inevitable US backed destabilization operations ramp up.

Large numbers of Egyptians are also apparently willing to push back at their authoritarian government, along with others in the region, such as Yemenis... and the Lebanese, whose March 14 movement (Western Supported) Muslims just found themselves without representation in their Parliament after a faction of Hizbollah and allies walked out, are on the path towards removing their government as well due to the appointment of a March 8 movement nominee as the new Prime Minister who will most likely reject the findings of the Special Tribunal to Lebanon investigation the assassination of Rafic Hariri a few years back.

Meanwhile, the Secretary-General of Hizbollah Nasrallah warns Tunisians against a U.S. conspiracy.

...from VoltaireNet
Speaking to the Tunisian people, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah hailed their aspiration for freedom and their action. The Lebanese Hezbollah Secretary-General emphasized that the arrival in Tunis of Jeffrey Feltman, Assistant Secretary of State for Near Eastern Affairs, was in itself very disquieting. "The Tunisian people must repel U.S. interference" (...) it must guard "against the conspiracy that the United States are hatching to torpedo its Revolution". [More]

Ahmed Khalfan Ghailani, the person up on 285 counts of murder for allegedly selling the explosives used in the attacks against America embassies in East Africa has been acquitted on 284 of the counts in a federal court because torture was used to extract information. He received a life sentence for the one death.

[After the commentary, Widespread Panic says it if we're going to make it, it takes "Hope In A Hopeless World". Courtesy of the respective artists and KPIG radio Freedom California Earth.]


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