Monday, 30 June 2008

Almost the truth

From Popular Mechanic's "Debunking the 9/11 Myths":
In the decade before 9/11, NORAD intercepted only one civilian plane over North America: golfer Payne Stewart's Learjet, in October 1999.

From Michael Meacher article "This war on terrorism is bogus":
Between September 2000 and June 2001 the US military launched fighter aircraft on 67 occasions to chase suspicious aircraft (AP, August 13 2002).

So, indeed, only one plane was intercepted because of the tragedy on board, but 67 times fighters were scrambled because of suspicious aircraft. 67 times in less than one year before 9/11 !

Thursday, 19 June 2008

US N-weapons are missing

Now it is here!

All those scary stories from the Hollywood blockbusters where nuclear bombs were missing from ex-USSR arsenals -- are real. But, wait... it is not about Russia... it is all about US ! Surprise!

“It raises a serious question about where else these unaccounted for warhead related parts may have gone,” said Mr Kimball. “I would not be surprised if the recent Taiwan incident is not the only one.”

"Why you people hate americans"?

Even though I've never accepted such a position, recently the e-mail with this question was addressed to me (dah...)

Well, there is my open reply:

One thing, i believe, could explain the "hate" spirits.
Americans... most of them believe that their country is truly democratic.

The definition of the "Democracy" reads:
Democracy is a system of government by which political sovereignty is retained by the people and either exercised directly by citizens or through their elected representatives.

If it is so, then as per definition of "Democracy" we can say, that all and every action of the democratically elected government is an action of the people ("demos" - /greek/ "people").

Hence, you can see why people of one country can blame entire american nation for all those sins, crimes and wars the US government did. Unfortunately, such a "democratic" idea in this case plays against US people.

In this case we have two scenarios:
1. Americans indeed support their government in all it's actions and in this case blindly trust to them. And in this case reinforced steel can be melted by kerosene.


2. There is no democracy in US. There is: "elected dictatorship" - the system means "one party can wield absolute power" without a clear majority of votes. (c) Lord Lester

Which one you believe is true?


Saturday, 14 June 2008

Про русский язык

Я проверил свои знания русского языка и получил пятерку.

Сходи, проверься?