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‎"You can fool all of the people some of the time, You can fool some of the people all of the time, But you can't fool all of the people all of the time."
[Abraham Lincoln, 1864]

Sunday, August 18, 2013

Massacre in Egypt

They are calling it the Rabaa massacre where thousands of Egyptians have been killed by the Egyptian army. The death toll is unconfirmed the numbers of people killed varies from the 800's to over 3000 feared dead. Thousand's more injured, women and children were also not spared.

Many reports going around, one stating Egyptians were told to register some of the death's as suicide to get a burial ground, supposedly forcing them to take up the burial ground and stating the cause of death as suicide is suppose to keep the numbers of the massacre low.

Other reports such as Churches being burnt around Egypt and they tried blaming the Muslim Brotherhood for the burning saying somehow the Muslim brotherhood is taking advantage of the situation and this is their revenge towards the Christians in Egypt. Other reports say after learning churches were burnt some Muslim brotherhood members were protecting other churches around from being burnt bu Hosni Mubarak's thugs. Supposedly a church have confirmed this that the burning is the work of Mubarak's thugs to worsen the situation in Egypt and also to frighten the Christians in Egypt and to stop them from supporting the Muslim brotherhood.

Hospitals were being targeted, people coming in and out of hospital's were targeted. Hospital's were evacuated, people were stopped from getting treatments, doctors were taken away and threatened. People were left to die. This is human right's violation in the highest degree.

Human right's is laughable, democracy is a joke and we are the victims. Those who actually believe that democracy will protect them have a look at Egypt. See how they were celebrating when Pesident Mohamed Morsi won democratically and it was the people's power with the help of democracy that allowed this but those people who have ruled Egypt for so long was not going to take it easily.

 1 year later with the help of the Egyptian army and General Sisi, the rich and the powerful, the people who always have been ruling Egypt, the Elites they rolled over all constitutions, they stepped over all law's, they kicked all rules and rights and the took Egypt by  force.

They were willing to pay whatever the cost to bring President Mohamed Morsi down even if it means killing their own people and this are the traits of the devils.













Truthfully,
feru

Saturday, August 3, 2013

Truth about Egypt



We all saw the fall of Hosni Mubarak, we thought that's the victory for Egypt, we thought people power have finally won and Egypt was proof for it. We were so wrong even victorious the path for the righteous is not easy. After only 1 year of democratically elected president in power President Mohamed Morsi was forced down, Morsi was hope for Egyptians and many-many more around the world, he was suppose to end corruption, bring back Islam to it's glory, he was hope for the Palestinians, he was also hope for the poor but he instantly became the number 1 enemy of the rich Egyptians, the elites or you could say friends (cronies) of the old dictator Hosni Mubarak and they do not wish to see him in power, with all their wealth, influence, power, media, cronies they have managed to perform a coup on Mohamed Morsi with the help of their cronies in the army. The Egyptian army today in known as the biggest enemies and the biggest threat to Egypt.

They are in a brink of a civil war, even Egyptians are confused in what's happening.. watch this documentary from VICE for a better understanding. 


Watch the full documentary: Truth about Egypt

Friday, July 26, 2013

Made in Israel

Ironic the country that claims to bring peace in the middle east, the country that claims they need to protect themselves, the country that claims to be democratic, the country that claims that terrorist are out to get them are actually the country that are one of the biggest supplier of weapons/arms in the world.. Ironic indeed. Maybe just maybe if you stop producing weapons and selling them to whoever wishes to buy maybe the world would be a peaceful place? Maybe right? LOL OBVIOUSLY! 


Israel weapon companies are also selling arms to both India and Pakistan WOW doesn't that blow your mind? Neighbors fighting each other for centuries but they both have one thing in common.. They both use Israel's weapons.. Bravo for being sheep's.. 

Check out this music video.. Weapon trade Bollywood style!
I never knew murder has a light side to it.. 

Truthfully,
feru

Thursday, June 6, 2013

Making Sense of the Protests in Turkey



By Roberta Davenport-Çiftçi
I'm an American, born and raised in the US, but I've had close ties to Turkey since my childhood, studied the country as an undergraduate and have lived in Istanbul for most of my adult life. There is a great deal of disinformation being spread all around with regard to the current turmoil engulfing Turkey; I will attempt to provide some background to recent events which I hope will serve to clarify some aspects of a very convoluted situation —inshā'Allāh.
A few days ago, a group of Turkish civilians staged a sit-in protest to oppose the razing of a public park in Taksim, the Istanbul district that was home to a high concentration of minorities during the Ottoman Empire and has in more recent years served as the go-to location for protests of all kinds. There was nothing special about Gezi Park, environmentally or otherwise. This is the first point I'd like to make –these protests are not about a park, and don't let anybody tell you otherwise. Sometimes we must look into the past to understand the present; allow me to take you back.

Looking Back

The ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party) of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan swept into power in 2002, and won an unprecedented re-election in 2007. Roughly 50 percent of the country supports this party. The win attracted attention worldwide due to the strong association of the party with practicing Muslims throughout Turkey, a nation where despite a past as a caliphate, a minority secular elite backed by an army had determined politics and policies for decades.
In years prior to the AK Party, all Turks lived through corrupt government administrations, military coups, and poor infrastructure. Even today many elderly folks in Turkey still live in a mental police state, afraid of expressing any political beliefs for fear of the police and military. Religious Turks also faced systematic discrimination, with many forced to go 'underground' with their religious beliefs.
The AK Party won through building bridges; not all AK Party politicians or supporters are religious, and not all religious people support the AK Party. Modernization and economic reform were big points in their campaign platforms — as was the restoration of religious freedoms that the hyper-secular elite had long withheld.
The moment the AK Party won the elections, that minority “elite” began to grumble — Turkey was going to become like Iran, women in hjiab would take over all the government jobs, non-religious people would all face discrimination, AK Party administrators would start stoning people to death for fun… None of these things happened.

So What Happened in the past 10 years?

Infrastructure in the city improved greatly. The Turkish economy made incredible progress, even through the global financial crisis. Nobody was stoned to death. Many no longer felt the need to hide the fact that they prayed Jumuah from coworkers and employers. Life got better in Turkey in many ways. The hyper-secularists remained in a state of paranoid alert for the most part, screaming bloody murder anytime the AK Party did anything that could be considered vaguely religious (like banning smoking in taxis). The week before the protests, legislation was pushed through that would ban the sale of alcohol in liquor stores and other places after 10 pm; a standard in many developed nations. “The AK Party is banning alcohol!” the hyper-secular alarmists cried.

Back to Gezi Park

The police received orders to clear out the protesters. Some police officers set fire to the tents protesters had set up, which is obviously not what 'clear out the park' means. That was the first provocation; upsetting and unacceptable as it was, it didn't come as a shock to anybody familiar with attitudes of many police officers in Turkey, many of whom have unfortunately been egotistical abusers of authority long before the AK Party came around. Nobody had been hurt at that point.
When the protesters refused to leave, the police resorted to tear gas and water cannons to clear them away – something that had happened many times before during protests in Istanbul and elsewhere. The protesters didn't back down, and this time, others in the city came out to support them. Most were peaceful and some were not, hurling stones and insults at police officers. The clashes became violent, with police officers here and there taking it too far (throwing rocks at the windows of citizens shouting profanities at them, aiming tear gas canisters directly at protesters, kicking protesters, etc.). There were also many citizens taking it too far, blocking off sections of freeways to protest, vandalizing state and private property, and making attempts to storm buildings such as the Dolmabahçe palace.
According to latest reports, two people have been killed in Ankara and Antakya.
But what is it that got everyone so worked up in a city where protests rarely attract anyone other than a handful of leftists or communists? The not-new police brutality? The park? The most popular theme of these protests has been 'Tayyip, Istifa!' (Tayyip [Erdoğan], resign!). It would seem that with the tension over the recent news that they'd have to buy their beer before 10 pm if they wanted to drink later at night, and with no soccer games left this season to distract the masses, people had decided to take to the streets calling the most popular Turkish politician in decades a dictator and demanding he resign.

The Other Side of the Lira

But there are two sides to every story, and the issue isn't as simple as AK Party opponents being sore losers. In the last couple years of his administration, anti- and pro- AK Party analysts alike have noted Erdoğan's becoming increasingly careless, failing to act and speak with the decorum and tact a leader of a country with a public as easily polarized as that of Turkey. At times, he's been as dismissive of the concerns of his opposition as the hyper-secularists were about 'hijabis' who wanted to wear their scarves to their university classes.
And that has taken a toll. Even many AK Party supporters cringe during some of his speeches, wishing he'd held his tongue or chosen his statements more carefully, choosing unity and reconciliation over division. And on the citizen level, there surely have been instances of a tit-for-tat approach, as if slighting others will make up for the oppression of the past.
It's also impossible to deny the nature of government in the way all this has played out; when new administrations come into power, the balances of money and power are changed from the ministry level right down to the allocation of funds for districts and neighborhoods. The tables are turned, and with the AK Party's entrance into power, all of this influence went from the hands of the old secular elite into that of the up-and-coming Muslim demographic for the first time.
As the turmoil in Turkey continues, the cause of the protesters is becoming less and less clear. Police withdrew from the park days ago, and a court stopped the demolition work, but people are still taking to the streets, with instances of vandalism increasing and unfounded rumors — one even accusing Erdogan using chemical weapons against his own people– spreading like wildfire. Some are harassing women in hijab, others dressing up in niqaab and staging photographs as if they were counter-protesting in support of police brutality against protesters and then posting these in secular Facebook groups, fueling the flames of potential civil conflict.
At the end of the day, the protesters that are still in the streets are there because they want to unseat a legitimate leader because they don't like his attitude. They're correct that two wrongs don't make a right – but neither will three.
The writer was a journalist with the Turkish Daily Today's Zaman from 2007 to 2010

Monday, April 15, 2013

The Story of Bottled water

This is the story of bottled water, tho this video was made back in 2010 but it seems more and more people buy bottled water everyday.. So it's all about consumerism and all about sustaining the "market". To keep business rocketing we need the market to BOOM BOOM we need the market to keep booming BUT BUT at what expense? We need change...





Thursday, March 21, 2013

Hugo Chavez will be remembered

Hugo Chavez  was the President of Venezuela from 1999 until his death in 2013  He died on March 5, 2013, at age 58, following a long battle with cancer.
I will leave you with two videos of President Chavez greatest moments on TV. Both involves giving hard blows to Ex USA President George W. Bush. He Chavez will be remembered, he was one of a kind, he was not easily pushed over by stronger economies instead we was hard on America and it's policies. Calling Bush a donkey and the Devil was his greatest moment in history perhaps he was the only President in the generation with the balls of steel to criticize the United States of America to that extent and with unique choice of words.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

They Don't Care About Us - Michael Jackson

All I want to say is that "they" don't really care about us
We gotta care for ourselves and of one another
We gotta realize we are one big family
and we have a common enemy
enough of hate spread
it's time for love
NOW


Truthfully,
feru

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Satanic rituals or the Devil himself?

Lil Wayne released "Love Me" on February 14 2013 it also features Drake, Future and Lucifer. I don't know how much clearer does Lil Wayne wanna be. He is obviously a worshiper of the Devil, Luciferians, Illuminati or whatever the freaking HELL you wanna call this sick cult. The video is extremely filthy, dirty, devilish, and just immoral. LOVE me like Satan man? I don't even know what that means... Why don't you watch it and see for yourself... 


Black Mafia shit kissing men? Now rappers thinks it's cool to kiss? On the freaking mouth! That not Gangster shit that some Black magic gay shit! If they believe in the Devil so much I wonder whether they forgot who created Satan. Coz if Satan exist God does too right? 

Truthfully,
feru

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Real and alive Heroes

Here are people who promote peace.. They should be in the news headlines, they should be should be receiving Peace awards, they are fighting for JUSTICE. How will you not after seeing first hand of all the injustice caused by your own "company" how could you sit down and be quiet? How could you continue a lie.. If you do it, it won't be for long as the memories just don't fade away. It will be with you for the rest of your lives.. All the things you have done in the name of the army, in the name of the country it will bother you. You will not be able to become a peaceful person as you will be disgusted with yourself for lying and doing nothing about it. The only way you could find some peace and being able to have self respect is by fighting the real war with the "real enemy" and it's the enemy of humanity. I salute the veteran's that have spoke out, spoke out the truth. I respect you and you are a real hero. I am sure even the victims during your service will forgive you.



http://www.ivaw.org/

Truthfully,
feru

Sunday, January 27, 2013

OBAMA NATION

Message to Barrack Hussein Obama II

Congratulations Mr Obama on your 2nd term BUT we know you not the president
I mean you not the "real" President...I mean errr you are a puppet
So it does not matter if you win or lose coz they are many puppets ready to take your place
You dance on instruction and you have no self respect
In fact you have only embarrassed yourself 
You have embarrassed African American's
You have embarrassed United States
The first black President in American history 
So much hope, so much to achieve
So much you could do but you choose to deceive
So Congratulations again for being the first Black Puppet President of America
for the second consecutive term, May it be your last!



Truthfully,
feru

I don't believe everything they say, coz my mind ain't closed like Guantanamo bay - LowKey