BILL TO GEERT Q…

BILL TO GEERT QUIT FUCKN’ HENK AND INGRID FOR ISRAEL

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Microsoft founder turned philanthropist Bill Gates has been busy trying to persuade the Netherlands not to cut its development aid budget, with interviews and columns in several Dutch papers this week.

On Friday night, Bill Gates apparently telephoned the Volkskrant newspaper and Nos television to express his fears about the possibility of the Netherlands slashing its development aid budget.

The call came while the coalition parties and alliance partner PVV are negotiating about a tit-for-tat cutback solution PVV leader Geert Wilders has repeatedly said he will only agree to economic reforms if development aid is cut significantly.

Gates, in an interview with the Volkskrant, said he would gladly invite Wilders to come with him on a trip to Africa. ‘I would show him how spending a thousand dollars can save a child’s life. I think he would soon change his mind about cutting back on development aid,’ Gates told the paper.

Can you guess w…

Can you guess which country this describes?

The national birthrate is collapsing. The economy is in ruin. Unemployment is

skyrocketing. Young people are demoralized. Decadence envelopes the nation, drug use is rampant, and sizeable portion of the women work as prostitutes.

Is it Greece? Cuba? Russia?

NoAin’t Iran! Asshole.. Its the Israeli Utopia that Jason Mattera & David Goldman day dream

CAMERON PIMP PETER CRUDDAS BUSTED AT £250,000 A YEAR

CAMERON PIMP PETER CRUDDAS BUSTED AT £250,000 A YEAR

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Conservative Party co-treasurer Peter Cruddas has resigned after being filmed apparently offering access to Prime Minister David Cameron in return for donations of £250,000 a year.

The senior Tory fundraiser told undercover reporters pretending to be business representatives that “things will open up for you” if they donated that amount of money to the Tories.

In a meeting secretly recorded by The Sunday Times, he said: “It will be awesome for your business.”

Announcing his resignation, Mr Cruddas said in a statement: “I deeply regret any impression of impropriety arising from my bluster in that conversation. Clearly there is no question of donors being able to influence policy or gain undue access to politicians.

“Specifically, it was categorically not the case that I could offer, or that David Cameron would consider, any access as a result of a donation. Similarly, I have never knowingly even met anyone from the Number 10 policy unit. But in order to make that clear beyond doubt, I have regrettably decided to resign with immediate effect.”

On Sunday morning the Tories announced that Lord Fink is to replace Peter Cruddas as the party’s principal treasurer.

Hedge fund millionaire Lord Fink previously held the role until earlier this month, when it was taken over by Mr Cruddas.

Speaking on Sunday morning David Cameron said: “”What happened is completely unacceptable, this is not the way that we raise money in the Conservative party. It shouldn’t have happened.

“I’ll make sure there is a party inquiry to make sure this can’t happen again.”

A Tory spokesman said: “In the light of the resignation of Peter Cruddas yesterday, Lord Fink has agreed to return as the party’s principal treasurer, the role he stepped down from at the beginning of March. Michael Farmer will continue to support Stanley Fink as a co-treasurer.

“We are grateful to Stanley for agreeing to this and we believe that this will ensure that the treasurers’ department will continue to operate to the highest possible standards under his stewardship.”

Analysis – Has “the next big scandal” broken?

Mr Cruddas said he only took up the post at the beginning of the month and was “keen to meet anyone potentially interested in donating”. He said he had not consulted any politicians or senior party officials before the recorded conversation. Mr Cruddas told the undercover reporters that “premier league” donors – those giving £250,000 a year – could lobby Mr Cameron directly and their views were “fed in” to Downing Street. He said there was no point in “scratching around” with donations of £10,000. According to The Sunday Times, he believed that any prospective donations from the reporters – pretending to be wealth fund executives – would come from Liechtenstein and would be ineligible under election law. They are said to have discussed the creation of a British subsidiary and the possibility of using UK employees to make the donation.

Speaking on Sunday morning David Cameron said: “What happened is completely unacceptable, this is not the way that we raise money in the Conservative party. It shouldn’t have happened.

“I’ll make sure there is a party inquiry to make sure this can’t happen again.”

A Conservative Party spokesman said: “No donation was ever accepted or even formally considered by the Conservative Party. All donations to the Conservative Party have to comply with the requirements of electoral law.

“Unlike the Labour Party, where union donations are traded for party policies, donations to the Conservative Party do not buy party or government policy.”

Labour challenged the Prime Minister to “come clean” about what he knew and when. “Time and again the Tory party has been the obstacle to capping donations from wealthy individuals. Now it appears obvious why,” said Labour MP Michael Dugher who was speaking before Mr Cruddas quit.

The affair is likely to re-ignite the debate surrounding party funding, which has seen the Tories and Labour fail to reach a consensus despite both parties acknowledging the need for reform. The chairman of the Committee on Standards in Public Life, Sir Christopher Kelly, called last year for donations to be capped at £10,000 and for the parties to be funded largely by a taxpayer-funded grant.

But both parties dismissed the report, since the plan would curb the massive donations the unions pay to Labour and wealthy businessmen pump into Tory coffers.

Lib Dem Chief Secretary to the Treasury said the revelations were “utterly disgraceful.”

“This makes the case for reforming the system of party funding even stronger,” Alexander told the Andrew Marr Show on Sunday morning. “Over the next few weeks the three parties will be getting around the table.. to discuss how we can change how party funding works, to get the big funding out of politics.”

Labour shadow minister Michael Dugher said:

“We now hear the Tory treasurer boasting that some of these same millionaires who got a tax cut in the Budget this week can buy a seat at the private Downing Street dinner parties of David Cameron and George Osborne through donations worth hundreds of pounds to the Conservative Party.

“Will the PM say exactly what he knew and when about an apparent effort to sell access and influence in Downing Street?”

Tory deputy chairman Michael Fallon said no donations to the party could ever influence its policies. “I think [Cruddas] was blustering and boasting. No donation was accepted.

“He made a mistake here, and he’s resigned and he’s been replaced… he over-boasted about what you could do with a particular donation. That was wrong. It would certainly not have got through our normal compliance checks.

“Businessmen of course, like anybody else.. get access to politicians all the time. That’s part of the process of government, of listening to business. But the big change now is that if anyone meets a minister in the government, those meetings are not only recorded, but are published.”

BEIJING BEHIND RIGGED ELECTION Leung Wins Hong Kong Election Now be good and read Loser’s HorseManure, Ain’t Fuckn’ Delicious I was there. I warned you! Leung Chun-ying has won the election for Hong Kong’s Chief Executive following a campaign marked by scandals and protests. Only 1,193 representatives from various sectors of society are entitled to vote, which spurred protests from democracy advocates demanding full universal suffrage. Leung is a real estate surveyor and former convener of the Executive Council of Hong Kong who had been favored by Beijing. The New York Time reports: Mr. Leung won on the first ballot, receiving 689 votes, after Beijing’s representatives here put heavy pressure on electors in the final week of the race to support him. He is a populist on economic issues, but has a reputation for having a limited tolerance of democracy and public demonstrations. Mr. Leung says, however, that he favors allowing all adults in Hong Kong to vote for the chief executive, but has been vague on whether candidates opposed by Beijing would be allowed on the ballot. Henry Tang, a longtime politician from a family of Shanghai garment makers, was the early favorite, but then stumbled after acknowledging marital infidelity and the construction of a secret basement under a family villa without government permits or the payment of real estate taxes. He received 285 votes. Albert Ho, the chairman of the opposition Democratic Party, finished a distant third, with 76 votes. Roughly one-tenth of the ballots were blank or otherwise voided. The pro-democracy Civic Party, usually a Democratic Party ally, had urged electors to cast blank ballots to protest the lack of broader democracy. Bloomberg has more on the issues facing Leung as he takes office: Leung, who will begin his five-year term on July 1, will need to address public anger over rising living cost spawned by an influx of money from mainland China and eight years of rising property prices that have made Hong Kong the world’s most expensive place to buy a home. The former government adviser must also start preparing for the day in 2017 when China, which inherited rule of Hong Kong from Britain 15 years ago, is expected to allow the city’s people to elect their own leaders. “The next leader will need to address the housing problem, the affordability issues as well as bringing sustainable economic growth to Hong Kong,” William Fung, executive deputy chairman of retailer Li & Fung Ltd. (494), said before the results.

BEIJING BEHIND RIGGED ELECTION

Leung Wins Hong Kong Election

Now be good and read Loser’s HorseManure, Ain’t Fuckn’ Delicious I was there. I warned you!

Leung Chun-ying has won the election for Hong Kong’s Chief Executive following a campaign marked by scandals and protests. Only 1,193 representatives from various sectors of society are entitled to vote, which spurred protests from democracy advocates demanding full universal suffrage. Leung is a real estate surveyor and former convener of the Executive Council of Hong Kong who had been favored by Beijing. The New York Time reports:

Mr. Leung won on the first ballot, receiving 689 votes, after Beijing’s representatives here put heavy pressure on electors in the final week of the race to support him. He is a populist on economic issues, but has a reputation for having a limited tolerance of democracy and public demonstrations. Mr. Leung says, however, that he favors allowing all adults in Hong Kong to vote for the chief executive, but has been vague on whether candidates opposed by Beijing would be allowed on the ballot.

Henry Tang, a longtime politician from a family of Shanghai garment makers, was the early favorite, but then stumbled after acknowledging marital infidelity and the construction of a secret basement under a family villa without government permits or the payment of real estate taxes. He received 285 votes.

Albert Ho, the chairman of the opposition Democratic Party, finished a distant third, with 76 votes.

Roughly one-tenth of the ballots were blank or otherwise voided. The pro-democracy Civic Party, usually a Democratic Party ally, had urged electors to cast blank ballots to protest the lack of broader democracy.

Bloomberg has more on the issues facing Leung as he takes office:

Leung, who will begin his five-year term on July 1, will need to address public anger over rising living cost spawned by an influx of money from mainland China and eight years of rising property prices that have made Hong Kong the world’s most expensive place to buy a home. The former government adviser must also start preparing for the day in 2017 when China, which inherited rule of Hong Kong from Britain 15 years ago, is expected to allow the city’s people to elect their own leaders.

“The next leader will need to address the housing problem, the affordability issues as well as bringing sustainable economic growth to Hong Kong,” William Fung, executive deputy chairman of retailer Li & Fung Ltd. (494), said before the results.

Forked Tongue I…

Forked Tongue Indian Call Centers enterprise Royal Bank of Scotland, HSBC, NatWest, Santander, Abbey National 500,000 hapless Brit’s Records

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Once again, the latest and the greatest in scandal-mongering hot gossip from Anarchy Central’s 24/7 Truth & Rumour Mill – with dispatches hand forged and crafted into bespoke satire to tempt the palates of all budding nihilists and career revolutionaries who carry the immortal bloodline of the rebel sons of Belial.

The gospel according to a banner headline report in the red top gutter press Daily Shitraker tabloid, dodgy Indian call centres are flogging off the credit card details and medical records of Broken Britain’s citizens for just 2 pence per shot – a figure on par with their hourly pay rate.

Data belonging to 500,000 hapless Brit’s – all customers of major High Street banks – has been put up for grabs via online websites to marketing firms and any number of budding criminal types.

Burgeoning files of confidential personal data belonging to hundreds of thousands of UK citizens, which includes credit card information, along with medical and financial records, are being flogged off to enterprising, risk-averse criminals who prefer the insular safety of a remote pc internet connection when committing their felonious trade rather than holding up banks and 7/11 Stop n Rob’s with firearms.

Two likely Dacoit-types from New Delhi, claiming to be IT workers at one of the city’s major call centres, met undercover reporters from the Scandalmongers Gazette and boasted of having 45 different sets of personal information on an excess of 500,000 Brits – which they offered to sell for two pence per item – totalling a nice handy sum of £10,000 quid for the lot.

The personal information which relates to customers at major financial institutions, including the usurious Royal Bank of Scumland, HSBC and NatWest, is a virtual ready-dug goldmine by which fraudsters could siphon off thousands of pounds from already-overdrawn bank and credit card accounts within nano-seconds.

Mr Wormhole Jaffacake, who claims to be an IT consultant with Honest Achmed’s Call Centre and Steam Laundry in Delhi, met the undercover Scandalmongers Gazette press hacks in a hotel room carrying a laptop chocker full of client’s personal data.

Jaffacake and his accomplice, a certain Jamjar Chuckabutty, confided to the sting reporters that all the data was less than 12 hours old and contained full debit and credit card details to enable canny operators to get into the owner’s accounts and bleed their ISA’s drier than a camel’s crotch before the cyber alarm bells started ringing.

According to the original Daily Shitraker report, other information being hawked by unscrupulous workers attempting to boost their pathetic salaries and non-existent performance bonuses so they can afford a dream vacation at Butlins Holiday Camp in Bombay, includes sensitive, perhaps blackmail-worthy, details of mortgages, loans, insurance, child porno websites frequented, mobile phone contracts, Sky Television subscriptions, and online sex toy purchases.

Call centres are a £3.2 zillion nicker industry in the sub-continent, with 75% of the Indian population employed by them for a pittance in salary just to get the chance to practice their muddled English and find out which soccer team their respective caller supports.

Scores of unpatriotic British companies, motivated by profit alone and unconcerned about the UK’s chaotic unemployment situation, have outsourced services to Indian call centres – with public backlash over the use of foreign workers prompting many to withdraw.

The Spanish bank Santander, which gobbled up the failed mortgage giant Abbey National in a fire sale, pulled the rug on Indian call centres, claiming it was impossible to do business there when white collar crime was an acceptable part of the Third World shithole’s established culture.

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CHINESE BANK FUCKS OUT OF PAKISTAN-IRAN PIPELINE

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Pakistani officials confirmed Wednesday that Industrial and Commercial Bank of China had withdrawn from plans to head a consortium that would finance the $1.6-billion Pakistani portion of the cross-border pipeline, apparently over concern that the bank could be excluded from the U.S. economy.

The move suggests that even Chinese companies, which have staunchly resisted U.S. and European efforts to punish Iran for its nuclear program, are beginning to bend to the sanctions on Tehran. China’s unwillingness to fully cooperate had been one of the greatest challenges to the international effort to put economic pressure on Iran.

China’s decision is a setback for the Pakistani government, which fears that dire energy shortages could lead to civil unrest as well as economic strain.

Pakistani officials said they would press ahead with the project, which would deliver more than 750 million cubic feet of natural gas per day from Iran’s South Pars field. They said they would find replacement financing.