We can still remember the embarrassing speech by Netanyahu three years ago, before the UN General Assembly, where he showed the world the caricature of a bomb, like from the Cartoon series 'Road Runner' and drew the red line, which was and is completely ridiculous.
He tried the UN to persuade The Iran has the bomb, wants to destroy Israel and therefore The Iran must be attacked.
Parsifal, October 2, 2015
Except smiling, there was no response.
Meanwhile, the members of the UN security Council (P5+1) agreed in Vienna with the conclusion of the nuclear agreement with Tehran.
It is proved that The Iran does not pose a hazard, the nuclear facilities are controlled, the sanctions soon to be lifted, we all can return to normality in the relations, the economy is in the ready, doing good business with The Iran.
After his appearance with the bomb cartoon was Netanyahu the laughing stock of the Internet: But the Israel Lobby kept on and on, and tried all means, including threats and bribery, to sabotage the ratification of the agreement with The Iran in Washington.
Did not work, and Netanyahu has, therefore, before the UN let off steam.
On Thursday, he was again harping the same old story and the lies to umpteen times, argued that Iran is evil, Iran has the bomb, Iran wants to destroy Israel.
Only a few country representatives were, therefore interested in his speech in what the many empty chairs showed.
It is clear, who cares still about his constant fear-mongering, now where the case with The Iran is done.
In addition, the audience is tired of the whining, the victim role and the naysay.
He complained, therefore, to the still present members of the UN, they would do nothing, and about the danger of The Iran, in his opinion, be silent.
He stared at the attendees, about 46 seconds with saturnine look, and not a peep was heard.
The guy is really not quite right in the head, which is but nothing new.
He behaves as if he was the boss, threatens with raised finger, and lead all by the nose.
But since nothing, because no one is more artificial shit-friendly and still has no fear of retaliation by the Israel Lobby, because that was already too often overused.
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If you scream MORE THAN 20 years ALARM !!!, and purport false claims Iran has a nuclear bomb in one year, and then the years pass, one after the other and nothing happens, and again and again this lie is offered, then that is the end of credibility and nobody takes Netanyahu seriously any longer.
Therefore, he has no longer set up his arrogant grin, as otherwise shown and in his face one saw the loss of self-confidence.
Netanyahu knows that he fighting an already lost battle, with the scare tactics about The Iran, he can no one any longer impress.
His politics of hard line and the saber-ratting is failed.
The International Community is tired to listen constantly to his lies.
everywhere have recognized that The Iran wants peace and to be left in peace, to go his own way without submission.
Therefore, one wants to have good relations with The Iran.
The unjustified sanctions of over 35 years, long enough for the Peoples in Iran, but also harmed in the West.
Such an appearance has been used for Satire and numerous videos have underlaid the silence with soundtracks.
I know that this is a small sample, but why would we doubt the results? After all, we’ve been conditioned to go along with this as all of our institutions follow the same militaristic chain-of-command. From kissing the ring of the Pope to the Prussian-based educational system, each must serve those above them in order to flourish within the system and their aspirations towards materialistic success. In reality, it has become a race to the spiritual bottom as the most intrinsically compromised are the ones that move up the ladder due to their talents for taking advantage of others. This is one of the reasons why the most characterless continue to rule over the rest of us.
It appears to me that military control is the way we’re headed here in Amerika. After the monetary collapse and the looting that will ensue, the people will be begging for the salvation of their military. What they will get is gun confiscation, RFID chip implantation and FEMA camp incarceration. Those not seen as a threat to the State will continue to “go along to get along” until they are no longer needed. The same will apply to those foolish enough to enforce this madness.
What many fail to realize is that the only thing the military has ever known how to do is to apply the use of force upon others in order to acquire what their masters want. The sad part of the story is that the same people will continue to rule behind the scenes no matter what control system is put into place.
So how do we keep this from happening? We must continue to prepare ourselves for what is to come. The New Age nonsense that facing the truth about this future is what makes it happen needs to be abandoned in order to deal with reality. At the crux of it is preparation in both body and spirit.
Those in power plan on using our dependence upon basic necessities to get us to comply with their demands. The more we are prepared for what is coming, the less we will need to be dependent upon government for our daily bread and protection. The more people able to survive without government assistance, the less power this vile institution will have over us whatever form it may take. That means having what is required to provide for your basic needs.
As I’ve written before, failure to prepare for the collapse will result in you and your family becoming looters and/or beggars afterwards. Looters will have extremely short life-expectancies and the lives of beggars will fall entirely into the hands of those who have what they need to survive.
In order to override the plans of the controllers, communities must come together and assist each other. The problem is that those who refuse to see what is in the future will not be prepared for it. This means that, if possible and at least in the short-term, those of us who are prepared need to be able to assist others on the other side of collapse. The shock when what is coming arrives will awaken many, but it will do them no good if they are slaves of the system.
Until people begin to think for themselves rather than blindly obeying those above them in the vertical hierarchy, we will continue to be led deeper into this house of horrors that has been scheduled to end with the genocide of countless millions or the complete destruction of the earth itself. This is why failure for us is not an option.
So I say to those in uniform: Stop blindly obeying orders. Do what you know is right in your heart and mind or you and your family will also be destroyed after you have served our purpose! Your true enemies are the same as ours–those who give you your orders at the highest levels. It’s important that you draw the line now as to what you will or will not do when the time comes.
Personally, I have no idea how it will all turn out. It comes down to who we allow to provide us with their assistance. If you’re not connected to the kingdom within and following that internal/eternal path, then you’re going to get what those who control the system have in store for you.
We all know what generally happens to chickens that no longer produce. Very soon, those whom we have allowed power over us will no longer have need of our services.
However prepared you think you are for an emergency wildfire evacuation, when it looks like you’re driving through the outer edges of Hell, it’s going to be a scary ride.
Wildfires are a real threat every year in California, but this season seems to be especially dramatic and uncontrollable. Chalk it up to the severe drought that has caused the grass and trees to become well-seasoned fuel for the fires.
One particular fire rages out of control in Lake County, just north of the famous Napa Valley, putting thousands of acres of vineyards on the outskirts of the inferno.
That is far from the worst of it, though. Over the weekend, the tiny burg of Middletown, California was burned off the map. The flames moved so quickly that there was barely time to notify the families of the town that they had to evacuate.
When the fire hit the gas stations on the edge of town, the fuel tanks exploded, worsening the blaze. The fire traveled to the town and destroyed virtually every single building. More than 1000 homes and businesses burned to the ground. Pay close attention at 1:30.
Residents literally only had minutes to evacuate as the flames approached. This was not a calm, orderly evacuation. This was families fleeing for their lives.
Do you think you are prepped to evacuate? What if you had to literally drive through a wildfire? Here’s a dose of reality. This video was shot as one family left their home for what is most likely the last time. (Some very understandable harsh language).
I know what you’re thinking: That guy waited way too long to bug out.
The thing is, this fire moved so incredibly quickly that people who bugged out within minutes of notification had a scene exactly like this. They had a soundtrack of approaching flames roaring in their ears. One minute, the fire was a plume of smoke on the horizon, and the next minute it was in their backyards.
News reports say that more than a thousand homes and businesses have been lost, and that one civilian has died in the fire. Four firefighters had to deploy their survival shelters and allow the fire to “burn over” them when they could not escape the blaze. Miraculously, they only suffered second-degree burns and are recovering in the hospital.
This is how quickly a disaster can strike. No matter how well-prepped you thought you were for a potential evacuation, if your vehicle wasn’t already loaded, you’d only have time to grab what was closest to the door in a situation like this. Some residents didn’t even have time to put on their shoes before leaving. This particular fire was fueled by drought-dried brush and pushed by 20 MPH winds, making it engulf territory faster than veteran firefighters had ever seen a blaze move. Embers propelled by the wind sparked new fires that joined the original blaze, causing even more rapid expansion.A report in the Press Democrat described the exponential growth of the fire.
Hundreds of firefighters streamed into the area to battle the blaze, which grew from 50 acres to more than 10,000 acres in the span of five hours Saturday. It doubled in size again over the next four hours, swelling to 25,000 acres by 10:25 p.m.
And this is the horrifying aftermath. An entire town, left like this.
This is not the only wildfire in California. In the Fresno area is the Rough Fire, and the Butte Fire blazes about 100 miles away in Amador and Calaveras County.
Prepping for a Wildfire Evacuation
In the event of a rapid evacuation, here are a few tips.
Have your bug-out bags ready at all times. You may not have any warning, particularly if you live near the origin of the fire. Conditions could change rapidly, putting you in harm’s way. Always, always, have a bug-out bag ready.
Keep swimming goggles and N95 masks in your vehicle for all family members. Swimming goggles will keep you from being blinded by dense smoke and the masks will filter the air somewhat so that you aren’t overcome by inhalation. I recommend these goggles and these masks – the kind with the valves offer you the most protection.
Keep your vehicle full of fuel. A dire bug-out scenario is not the time to run out of gas, and you can bet that the filling stations won’t be open for business in such an event.
We learned a lot about prepping for an emergency, even though we felt pretty well-prepared before it happened. Here’s a summary that I wrote the week after the danger from the fire had passed.
Bug out bags are absolutely the first prep you should make. If you’re just getting started, do this one thing. You can do it without spending a penny, by just gathering up things that you already own. You may not have a top-of-the-line, ready-for-the-apocalypse bag like THIS ONE, but you’ll still be far ahead of most people. When we first learned of the fire and realized that evacuating might become necessary, I had only two things to do. I had to get documents from the safe (the documents, by the way, were already housed in a plastic folder, so I only had to grab that one thing) and pull the pet carriers out of the shed. In less than 5 minutes, we were ready to roll. Had it been necessary, we could have left with only the photocopies of the documents, because those always remain in our bug-out bags. Having your bug-out bag ready means that you have accepted in advance that disaster could strike.
Any time one disaster strikes, several more are sure to follow. This is highly probable. Some people in the fire zone not only stayed on the edge of evacuation for nearly two weeks, but they also lost power due to the fire. This greatly reduced their ability to get news and information, which is vital in a disaster situation. It leads to even more worry and stress, and while you’re dealing with the potential of your home burning down, you’re also living through a power outage lasting several days. Getting prepared for a two week power outage is absolutely vital and can see you through most regional disasters. Also, when it finally began to rain, although it helped to quench the flames, firefighters were suddenly threatened by flash floods,. These were made worse because the areas no longer had the same natural obstructions to deter the flow of water.
Unprepared people panic. Some people panicked initially. When we got the first evacuation alert (a notice that evacuation was highly likely within the next 24 hours), a woman who lived down the street was wailing and sobbing as her husband tried to pack up their vehicle. She was rendered absolutely useless by fear. Meanwhile, my 13 year old was fulfilling her list while I fulfilled mine and we quickly made an orderly stack of important belongings, then turned on a movie to beat the stress. Had our area actually been forced to evacuate, those who panicked would have either been the last to leave, or they would have forgotten important things as they left in a disorganized rush. It’s important to decide ahead of time who packs what, and for each person to have a list. Sit down well before disaster strikes and make an evacuation plan with your family.
Get organized. All the lists in the world won’t help you pack quickly if you don’t know where things are. One change we’re making is that all of the items we deemed precious enough to pack and take with us will now be stored in one area so that we won’t have to look for them when seconds count. Another friend ran into the issue of dirty clothes: he actually had to evacuate with hampers of unwashed laundry. Having your home tidy and organized (and your laundry washed and put way) will help your packing go smoothly in the event of a sudden evacuation.
Keep your vehicle full of fuel. If you have to evacuate, lots of other people will be hitting the road too. When you’re stuck in traffic, you don’t want to be worried about your fuel gauge dropping to the empty mark, leaving you stranded in a dangerous situation.
The criminals come out, like cockroaches. Within 24 hours of the first evacuations, we learned that the local scumbags had looted some of the homes that had been left unattended. Within 48 hours, we learned that the scourge had reached the outlying areas, with these people breaking into cars that had been loaded up with the things that families had determined to be most important to them. Of course, if you’ve evacuated, there’s nothing you can do about what’s happening to your home. But before evacuation, or in the event of civil unrest, it’s vital to be prepared to defend your family and belongings. In these situations, the first responders are busy, and that’s what criminals rely on. You should consider yourself to be completely on your own, and be ready for trouble. Keep in mind that during the civil unrest in Ferguson recently, the only businesses that didn’t get looted were the ones at which the owners stood armed and ready to defend their property.
The longer the stress lasts, the worse some people behave. As continued stress is applied, the true nature of a person becomes evident. People who formerly seemed like perfectly nice individuals were on the local message forums saying terrible things to one another. They were verbally attacking others for imagined slights and taking offense at things that would normally never ruffle feathers. Some folks were launching tirades against the very people who were performing the greatest service: the admins of the webpages who worked round the clock to keep us informed. If it was this bad in a potential emergency, can you imagine how bad things will get in a truly devastating long-term scenario?
But then…some people are wonderful. Alternatively, sometimes you see the very best of human nature. The generosity of many of my neighbors cannot be overstated. They housed livestock, pets, and families full of strangers during the evacuation. People showed up at the shelter with food and comfort items for those who had been evacuated. Firemen who came from near and far to fight the blaze were constantly being treated to meals at local restaurants, as other diners surreptitiously paid their tabs. Watching the kindness and gratitude helped to restore some of my faith in human nature, after seeing the squabbling and crime. It was interesting to me that the people who gave the most generously were the ones who were the most prepared. These folks were calm and could focus on other things besides “Oh my gosh, I don’t know what to do!” We definitely learned who the people were that we wanted to surround ourselves with when the S reallyHTF.
Take steps now to be calm and prepared later.
I want you to think about disasters. While it’s certainly not a pleasant thought, but considering these things now – when there’s no fire bearing down on you, no hurricane heading your way, no chemical spill poisoning your water, no pandemic in the next town over – allows you to think more clearly and make a definitive plan of action.
Check your bug out bags.
Organize your most precious belongings.
Discuss the plan with your family so that everyone knows what to expect.
Make these decisions now so that when – and it’s always “when” not “if” – disaster knocks at your door, you’re prepared to respond immediately. Learn about what to expect from others in order to keep your family safe and on-plan. Human nature isn’t as much of a variable when you can predict their behavior.
What to pack:
Here are the things we packed for our potential evacuation:
Bug out bags
Address book with important contacts
Money, credit cards
Pet carriers – I prefer the hard-sided ones so that our pets are sheltered better in a crowded vehicle
Food (If you go to an evacuation shelter, you may end up having to purchase meals out or make do with very small rations)
Make a written checklist that you can easily access. You might include the location of items that are packed away. Decide on these things now, when you have the time to calmly think about what items are the most important.
I can’t emphasize enough the importance of those sentimental items. We feared that if we had to leave our home, we might never be coming back. Identify the things that are dear to your heart and put them in a place where you can grab those treasures quickly. Insurance can’t replace photos of those who have passed on, special gifts, and items that bring you memories of loved ones.
Surviving a Wildfire
Surviving a wildfire begins well before the first spark. No matter where you live, a forest fire or large blaze can be a threat. Oftentimes, fires occur on the heels of another epic disaster.
As with any type of disaster, by being prepared ahead of time, you will handle a terrifying emergency in a much calmer fashion than those who have never considered the possibility of such an event.