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A brief thought on ANZAC Day

Posted by te2ataria on April 25, 2009

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You were shafted!

The Gallipoli Campaign: How Hundreds of thousands of sheeple were led to slaughterhouse

Today was another ANZAC Day. Between 25 April 1915 and 6 January 1916 about half a million sheeple were Slaughtered on both sides in the Gallipoli Campaign, while playing the empires’ power games. At least twice as many were maimed or injured on all sides.

Of the glorious gory dead about 11 thousands were Australian and New Zealanders.

How many of those brave [sic] soldiers refused to fight on conscientious grounds?

How many of them turned their guns on the top brass and shouted: “Enough is enough. I’m shooting you in self defense because I can’t go on murdering people like myself in cold blood on your orders,” or words to that effect?

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton paid her tribute to New Zealand soldiers a couple of days ago.

Mrs Clinton called Anzac Day “a day to mark a defining event,” and expressed her “gratitude” to the “dedicated troops.”

She is right, of course, because the “dedicated troops” saved the world from tyranny.

Could you imagine what might have happened, if, god forbid, the Ottoman empire had won the war?

For one thing, the de facto language in the White House during her husband’s terms in the Office might have been Turkish, instead of Hebrew.

For another, She would have been told to don ‘Ottoman hijab’ when meeting with New Zealand’s pimping Foreign Minister instead of squeezing her mammoth legs into those painfully tight trousers.

Meanwhile, Mr Key said Anzac Day was also special this year because it marked the 70th anniversary of the start of World War II. You bet it was. Another 11,625 New Zealanders were killed in that war, so that Mr Key could one day become the Prime Minister and stick it to the rest of New Zealanders.

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NZ SIS Involved in Philippines Mutiny

Posted by te2ataria on April 25, 2009

sent by a reader in Sewage City [Wellington] – no offense intended to the reader

A suspected New Zealand SIS agent arrested in the Philippines in connection with  a 2003 mutiny

Ministry of Foreign Affairs officials say they are doing what they can to help the suspect, NZPA said.

“The man, identified only by his surname Newman, and six retired Philippine Navy soldiers have been detained by the Philippines’ Bureau of Immigration and Organised Crime Task Force, The Dominion Post reported.”

Local media were briefed by the Police that the seven were involved in a July 2003 bloodless mutiny lead by Newman who had an expired tourist visa.

“A Ministry spokesman said the department was aware of the arrest of the New Zealand man who was facing immigration-related charges and had extended consular assistance to the man.”

“The man had appointed a lawyer and did not want any other information released.” NZPA said.

When the other SIS spy suspect, Mark Taylor, was released from detention in Pakistan and deported, his “family” [read: the security intelligence service,] too, asked for no further information to be released regarding his whereabouts, or the circumstances surrounding his detention and deportation.”

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/2363195/New-Zealander-arrested-over-Philippines-mutiny

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