June 7, 2013


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06 07 13 Superpower Death Watch
















ITEM 1 ============================================












Following U.S. [World Tyrant] Power Politics Is Crime














To follow the U.S. [World Tyrant] high-handed politics is leading the world to crime and death. But not a small number of countries and even the nations [Capitalist China, The New Russian Empire] calling for international impartiality and justice are chiming in with it, for the mere imminent [immediate] interests.




We should not overlook the high-handed politics and tyranny of the U.S. [The World Tyrant] any longer.




The U.S. [World Tyrant] wild ambition to dominate the world remains unchanged.  It is proved well by its nuclear policy.




When the U.S. [The World Tyrant] succeeded in nuclear test in July 1945, the then President Truman raved that from now on the world will be under the jackboots of the United States [soon to become The World Tyrant August 6, 1945].




The U.S. [The World Tyrant] has made its appearance as “sole superpower” following the end of the Cold War [the collapse of the FAKE Soviet Union (1956-1991)].  Since then, its high-handedness has reached to the extreme pitch.




Bush I, ex-U.S.[World Tyrant] president, raved to the following effect: We must rule the world.  It is why ours is the only super-power with necessary means.




It is the silly talk of the fool obssessed by megalomania that no country could match the United States [The World Tyrant] with mighty military power.




In fact the balance of power was destroyed and the object for military race disappeared [the collapse of the FAKE Soviet Union (1956-1991)].  Taking advantage of this opportunity, the United States is behaving imprudently, putting forward the goal of making the world [a] unipolar one and americanizing it [= leading the world to crime and death].




What is more dangerous is that the U.S. [The World Tyrant] is usurping the United Nations and other international organizations as tools to realize its policies of aggression and war, interference in internal affairs of sovereign countries, sanctions and pressure.




It has been well known in the world [as] a fact that today the strong-arm politics and tyranny of the United States [The World Tyrant] are unprecedentedly aggravating confrontation and tension and creating confusion on the international arena.




Following the U.S. [World Tyrant] power politics is a dangerous act fanning the effort to turn the international relations into one of domination and subordination.




To blindly follow the brigandish high-handedness of the United States [The World Tyrant] is precisely [a] self-destruction act.




Even though the United States [The World Tyrant]  and some specific nations [Capitalist China, The New Russian Empire] adopt what they call resolutions with the power politics, it will by no means become righteous.  When the resolutions of the UNSC are devoid of impartiality, they will become unjust ones, which will be accused in the world as ones going against the trend of the times.




The only way to be taken by the progressives of the world who love justice and peace is to decisively frustrate the strong-arm politics of the United States [The World Tyrant].












May. 3, Juche 102 (2013) Friday














ITEM 2 ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++












Judge orders Google to give customer data to FBI




06 03 13 Superpower Death Watch












Revealed: NSA collecting phone records of millions of Americans daily














The [top secret court] document shows *for the first time* that under the Obama administration the communication records of millions of US [World Tyrant] citizens are being collected indiscriminately and in bulk –*regardless* of whether they are suspected of any wrongdoing.




The secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (Fisa) granted the order to the FBI on April 25, giving the government unlimited authority to [continue to] obtain the data for…[another] specified three-month period ending on July 19.




Under the terms of the blanket order, the numbers of both parties on a call are handed over, as is location data, call duration, unique identifiers, and the time and duration of all calls. The contents of the conversation itself are not covered.




The disclosure is likely to reignite longstanding debates in the US over the proper extent of the government’s [The World Tyrant’s] domestic spying powers.




The [top secret] court order expressly bars *Verizon* from disclosing to the public either the existence of the FBI’s request for its customers’ records, or the court order itself.














Wednesday 5 June 2013


















Verizon forced to hand over telephone data


full court ruling




Wednesday 5 June 2013 19.04 EDT


















Telephone metadata and what it can tell the authorities about you




Wednesday 5 June 2013 19.06 EDT


















Intel chair says NSA court order is renewal




Jun 6, 11:29 AM EDT


















US [World Tyrant] gov’t collecting huge number of phone records




Jun 6, 12:14 PM EDT
















ITEM 3 ____________________________________________
















Americans [World Tyrant ubermenschen] again question Boston suspects’ parents














…[their mother,] Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, told The Associated Press that the Americans [World Tyrant ubermenschen] questioned her and her ex-husband on *Wednesday and Thursday*.




She said the questions have *remained* [since April] focused on who could have influenced their son [Tamerlan] in Russia [The New Russian Empire].












See: Jun 6, 10:29 AM EDT


















LAPD to hold downtown counterterrorism drill




Jun 6, 12:53 PM EDT [rewritten Jun 6, 5:54 PM EDT]














ITEM 4 ——————————————–








Timeline of Gezi Park protests












OCTOBER 31, 2012




The government’s controversial renovation plan for the city center, widely known as the “Taksim pedestrianization project” started with the closure of roads leading to the heart of the city.

NOVEMBER 8, 2012




Istanbul Mayor Kadir Topbas announced that a shopping mall could be built in place of Gezi Park, the former location of the Artillery Barracks, which had been demolished in 1940 and were planned to be rebuilt as part of the renovation project.

MAY 27, 2013




A group activists from Taksim Solidarity, a civil group that had voiced criticism of the renovation plans all along, gathered in Gezi Park after bulldozers came to the area to cut down the trees in the park.

MAY 28, 2013




At midday, Istanbul Peace and Democracy Party (BDP) deputy Sirri Sureyya Onder intervened and blocked the bulldozers, using his parliamentary immunity, and had police remove their barricades surrounding Gezi Park, saying they did not have legal permission to cut down the trees.




Later in the day, police moved in on the peaceful sit-in protesters, and an image of police spraying tear gas at a woman in a red dress spread around the world.  The “woman in red” would later become the poster child of the events, encapsulating the *excessive use of police force on peaceful protesters*.

MAY 29, 2013




Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan *dismissed* the protests during the kick-off ceremony for the third bridge construction, saying “Whatever they do, we have made up our minds and will do it.”  Photographs of protesters reading books to the police officers standing guard at Gezi Park were widespread.

MAY 30, 2013




Police staged another operation at dawn, dispersing the crowd.  An officer *burned down the tents of the protesters*, attracting more fury from the country.  During the early morning Onder was again in the area, stopping demolition vehicles.  The activists made a call through social media for a major gathering at the park.  In the evening, more than 10,000 people were at Gezi Park.

MAY 31, 2013




In the biggest dawn operation so far, police dispersed a few hundred protesters from the park with tear gas and water cannons.  They set up barricades around the empty park, standing guard.




At 10 a.m., the Taksim Platform made a press statement *outside* the park, but more than 100 people, including reporters, were subjected to tear gas and pressurized water.




Three reporters, Ahmet Sik from Birgun, Osman Orsal from Reuters and Emrah Gurel from the Hurriyet Daily News, were injured.  Another sit-in protest at 1 p.m. at Taksim Square was again subject to police intervention, causing social media organizations [to call for] for a major gathering in the city center in the evening.

At midday, business world supremos, including Cem and Umit Boyner, announced that they would *not* participate if a mall were built in Taksim amid growing unrest.


By 8 p.m. an estimated 100,000 people were in the Beyoglu district, but police blocked roads leading to the square with barriers, trying to disperse the crowds with gas and water.


In the coming hours, the protests quickly spread to




other Istanbul *districts*, from Besiktas to Kadikoy, and




other Turkish *cities*, such as Ankara and Izmir.




At around 3 a.m. on June 1, hundreds started walking across the Bosphorus Bridge from Asia to the European side of the city.  Some people joined the protests from their houses, flipping their house lights on and off and banging pots and pans to make noise.

JUNE 1, 2013




Erdogan remained defiant on the government efforts to rebuild the Artillery Barracks in the area, but said a shopping mall was not certain.  He defended the police efforts to stop the protesters, calling on the people to stop the protests.  However, *hundreds of thousands of people in more than 40 Turkish cities* continued to protest.




Police continued to block roads to Taksim Square from all directions including Istiklal Avenue, S


ıraselviler Avenue, Harbiye and Gumussuyu but slowly started withdrawing in the afternoon.






They left the square and the park* back [to] the protesters, but clashes continued in Besiktas, the nearest district to Taksim.




The central point of Istanbul clashes was outside the Prime Ministry Office in Besiktas, and clashes in virtually every street of the district were showered with gas.


Fiery clashes were held in Ankara and Izmir as well.




Interior Minister Muammer Guler said *1,730 people had been detained in 235 protests held in 67 cities*.


JUNE 2, 2013




Erdogan once *again dismissed* the protests and defended the police efforts in a press conference before leaving on a four-day trip to Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria.




President Abdullah Gul met with opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) and then released a statement that “the message of the protesters was received,” urging the people to remain calm.




Closed with barriers and *freed from the police*, peace prevailed in Taksim and Gezi Park, but clashes continued in Besiktas, as well as Izmir and Ankara.




Mehmet Ayvalitas, a 20-year-old who was hit by a car during the protests in Istanbul, became the first casualty in the city.

JUNE 3, 2013




A turning point happened when the Besiktas football team’s diehard fan group, Carsi, who was the battles’ frontrunner in the district, agreed with the police to a “truce.”




Besiktas became calm, but Ankara, Izmir and Antakya continued staging heavy protests.




Abdullah Comert, a 22-year-old CHP youth branch member, was killed during the clashes in Antakya.


JUNE 4, 2013




Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc apologized for the excessive use of police force on the Gezi Park protesters during an address at the ruling Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) parliamentary group.




Gul met with Arinc and Onder separately.  Onder announced that “the democratic process would start” adding that the protests would go down in Turkey’s democratic history.  Arinc announced that 244 police and 60 protesters had been injured in clashes.  However, the Turkish Doctors’ Union (TTB) said the figures were *much higher*, saying 4,177 people had been injured during the protests in addition to the deaths of Comert and Ayvalitas.




Late in the night, the eastern province of Tunceli staged heavy protests and *police used help from the military* in Antakya, which is on the Syrian border.  In Izmir, police detained 29 people for things they had written on Twitter.

JUNE 5, 2013




A group of six representatives from the Taksim Solidarity group met with Arinc, announcing their demands to the deputy prime minister.




Doctors confirmed that Ethem Sarisuluk, who was allegedly shot by a police officer in Ankara, was brain dead.  Clashes continued in Ankara, Rize, Ankara and Dersim.  In Istanbul, protesters marked the holy Muslim night of Lailat al


Mi’raj with several activities, including a call on no consummation of alcohol at the Park.

JUNE 6, 2013




A police commissioner died falling from a bridge while pursuing protesters in the southern province of Adana.








































America died




AUGUST 6, 1945




while giving birth to








which immediately began writing –in blood– its








Asterisks indicate my emphasis.






NEW DECLARATION OF WORLD *INDEPENDENCE* / Following U.S. [World Tyrant] Power Politics Is Crime




2 REMEMBER ? / Judge orders Google to give customer data to FBI / 06 03 13 Superpower Death Watch ITEM 4 / THERE’S MORE ! / Revealed: NSA collecting phone records of millions of Americans daily




3 T_E_R_R_O_R_I_S_M  I_S  T_H_E  W_O_R_L_D T_Y_R_A_N_T_’_S  W_A_R  A_G_A_I_N_S_T  A_L_L / Americans [World Tyrant ubermenschen] again question Boston suspects’ parents




4 Timeline of Gezi Park protests

















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