When you at the top of an organisation and have to make an impression on the world in order to survive its really hard, as hard as a bucket of buffalo wings. Anton Goryunov is teleported to Pyongyang talking about the North Korea struggle at the top, this is a factual story of woe in the last bastion of communist states. The nation’s leader, Kim Jong-Un uncle Jang Song Thaek chairman of the National Defence Commission somehow stepped on his toes. Young Kim, also known as the Brilliant Leader replaced his father two years ago as leader of the North Korean king of thrones. North Korea struggle at the top family member Jang and his accomplices were executed 30 days and 30 nights ago. Jang a North Korean was executed find out how over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Was the team shot, drowned strangled or cut up into little bits with limb bones crossed in a coffin? Uncle Jang was married to Young Kim’s powerful aunt, Kim Kyong Hui as you can already see North Korea leaders struggle at the top, its not all a bed of white roses. Young Kim announced things against the US, Japan and the great architects of chunky chicken. Reviving another worrisome form of faith in Europe and the new understanding of global communism inside the confines of watching skulls in a box or on the box? Each passing of an elder brings a generation of new men in the North Korean fatly shrinking brotherhood. Keen North Korea watchers have something to cheer about – a struggle at the top.
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Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/12/04
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/30
More news from around the world of spying. Ted Obvious is in Ottawa sending via telegraph in morse code the data. The Watchers from around the world of spying will be rubbing their heads together celebrating Thanks Giving. The US Big Brother holidays are upon us again and the allies in North America full of joy are happy that everything went according to the plan. The latest revelation concerns the US National Security Agency getting permission from the Canadian government to spy on the world leaders paid of and its only a matter of time before the next phase begins. Find out what those potential phases are over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.
The news from around the world of spying is that they’d been during this G8 and G20 gatherings in Canada two years ago setting the scene for this years Summit and it looks like the whole thing is run from Washington they may even be considering joining the EU. As expected, the office of that fiercely independent man, Canadian red flag of the maple leaf and the stars and stripes of the United States, salute and celebrate together, Thanks Giving is the season for everyone to celebrate.
Unusually Canadian’s are usually not partisan to such organised meetings and its little wonder Prime Minister Stephen Harper has not commented on this new information.
Canada and the G8 the Big Eight have been negotiating with USA Washington team keeping tabs on what is going on for about five years or more. This is the latest news from around the world of spying. More exciting news from the world of spying. That’s US big brother spying on others
Posted by stijbob on 2013/11/30
Anton Goryunov reports from Manila: It always happens like that. News coverage, appeals for money are issued and then it all falls quiet. Which brings me to the typhoon that had struck the Philippines only a few weeks ago but has already been forgotten by now. Big things happen in the follow-up periods of Mother Nature showing who’s the boss. Haiti anyone?
The mere fact that it was the United Nations that was, and still is, overseeing the relief effort in the Philippines. This is the same UN that had some of its officials involved in post-war Kosovo and screwing up with the Arab Spring and misusing money in Haiti in 2010 and the tsunami in 2007. International efforts to cope with the aftermaths of natural disasters has become normal to announce. In an ideal world relevant law enforcement agencies should be investigating anyone who has any connection to the relief effort from the word go.
- Not Much Interest These Days In The Post Typhoon Relief Effort In The Philippines, Is There? (stirringtroubleinternationally.com)
- US military relief effort for Philippine typhoon winding down (stripes.com)
- How Much Money Did Atheists Raise for Disaster Relief After Typhoon Haiyan? (patheos.com)
- Orphans in Philippines speak of typhoon’s horrors (news.yahoo.com)
- Kim Yu-na donates $100,000 for Philippines typhoon relief (koreaherald.com)
- Philippines typhoon: How to donate to Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts (thestar.com)
- Bangladesh Navy ship loaded with relief goods for âYolandaâ victims due Friday (newsinfo.inquirer.net)
- Philippines Typhoon Victims: How to Help and Where to Donate (people.com)
- Generous Britons raise incredible £23 million in 48 hours for Philippines typhoon appeal (express.co.uk)
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/29
Today s entry is about how having a mobile phone could possibly make out and come across as if you are having a laugh. If you look at the shops on Oxford Street in London you will see lots of people weaving in and out the crowds with their mobile phones attached to their ears. They have iPhones and Samsung’s the too most popular phones. They look real happy because they like the phone not that their conversation is any cooler than any normal conversation, its quite misleading really. As you will find out the days of push button for many have gone it is a camera, camcorder, radio or internet browser. The consumer market continue to buy phones like the Vertu and the same people read OK magazines. The same people leave voice mail all the time and set there ring tone to go of. Its actually the alarm clock and the numbers they have on the phone are not cool, nor engaging. We have all been there you completely require to use your smart phone for something super significant. If this ever come out they would probably have to upgrade. Should you be looking to get a brand new mobile phone or maybe get the most out of the one you have? How to use your mobiles to come across as having a life.
Your Mobile Phone Makes You Come Across As If Your Having A Laugh
- The What And How Of Music Ring Tones (olshk.org)
- Arduino Co-Creator Releases Plans for $200 DIY Mobile Phone (mobilemag.com)
- No provision in TN Act to rein in drivers on mobile phone (thehindu.com)
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/26
The level of the cap, which has not yet been announced, will be decided by the new regulator, the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). The Treasury says there is “growing evidence” in support of the move, including the effects of a cap already in place in Australia. Ben Delicious is in London reporting about Dave and the gang promise to cap interest rates on payday loans that currently reach 6,000 percent easily. Incidentally, the Colombian and Mexican drug cartels have a profit margins of 1000 per cent, overshadowed by payday lenders, they could have made more money on licensed loan sharking and New Tories. Not to mention strangling consumer demand that drives the British economy, EU interest rates of payday lenders. Well hit me with a shovel! Dave and the gang promise to cap interest rates of payday lenders. City regulator, weeks after ministers omitted the measure from Government’s new rules on the sector The move comes amid heavy criticism of payday lenders for targeting vulnerable customers and charging high interest rates. Taking out a payday loan could endanger people’s chances of getting a mortgage. The regulator said that enforced price controls would be “a very intrusive proposition”. George Osborne, finance minister, on Monday said capping charges was ‘the next logical step’ to take.
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/24
Have a listen to comedians all around the world, the entertainment industry is changing. Comedians have taken a stance on liberals and modern art distinguishing between the two is key. Adam Lovejoy is in London categorising comedians to distinguish between the two. A lot of jokes seem to be about idiocy trying to understand why people are and how they get together. The topic of the day is still sex and the human right to talk about kinky sex and make it seem funny. Its a part of entertainment and modern art and many people won’t have a bad word said about the matter. The Humorous side of comedy and Liberals trying to be funny are on today’s roster. Ever wondered why comedians never have a go at Liberals even though they’re hilarious?
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/24
The escort industry could well suffer because of the Paul Flowers scandal. Paul a religious man a few years ago got caught up in a series of public events. Meanwhile the other side of the world a similar case is opened. People of influence have a habit of dabbling in all sorts of things, turning up at a number of events getting carried away often taking the same lead as they would in their careers. The media can be quite a consuming force which lead on to various things which often for many there is no turning back. Ben Delicious is in Manchester talking about the escort industry in Britain and takes a look at working girls reports that have been coming in of them expressing how they will cope with a large percentage of customers should these changes take effect. Publicly the Co-operative Bank has sent Flowers and cards out to all there customers with a statement apologising for this sort of thing and how it will not happen again.
It seems the working girls are not responsible for this particular error it was actually the reports from a rent boy who joined the Methodist minister intrigued by the mysteries and ended up getting tied up in Labour activism. Sources say he said its hard-ons outside of the escort agency that struggle in London. The only means of work is brought in from word of mouth. The MPs recommend civil servants and visa versa. This will pause for a short while and the industry is predicting it will take a sharp hit until it all blows over. Escort industry concerned its cred may suffer as a result of the Paul Flowers scandal.
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/23
Adam Lovejoy writes from Monte Carlo about the new rich and how they keep a low profile during hard times. Today’s post takes a look at interior design, gold-plated door handles and toilet seats which many new rich are turning too. Find out more about modern art and recycled rubbish artwork. Mediocrity, you see, is very well organised and it’s very tribal. Mediocrities are united, rushing to support each other immediately. Today’s article discloses some more information about film directors, TV hosts and the new rich. Let’s assume that most of the new rich are idiots.
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/23
Ivan Invanov reports from Pyongyang North Korea talking about the United States, South Korea and Japan problems that have been popping up this week.TV in North Koreans is very unusual compared to mainstream western tv from Uncle Sam. Kim Jong Un a patriache for the imperial Empire.Back in the days in Russia Joseph Stalin found entertainment through drinking alcohol and entertaining everyone with his dancing. The late Fidel Castro did a similar thing and according to Ivan they would both jump at the chance for a drink. North Korean’s would probably jump at the chance of getting more viewers or their entertainment channels.
Charles Darwin would have been shocked at what is happening in North Korea. Ivan talks about the type of cigarettes available and the banning of alcohol in the area. If you lived in North Korea wouldn’t you jump at the chance to take part in some crazy stuff?
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/22
Are they really practising right wing machismo? Ben Delicious is in London and has wrote this really funny entry about tabloid today and the reported confusion between what David Cameron said about green energy. Its a great post about Tory, liberal loons and what has been labelled green taxes. Find out more about the latest news on overseas aid and some interesting blurbs about Chancellor George Osborne. PM Cameron has been saying some out of the blue things and UK politics in relation to Afghanistan has created a lot of content for comedians to talk about. Read all about the Taliban, NATO and Tony Blair on Iraq over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Dave Revealed Practising Right-Wing Machismo. What Could It Mean?
Posted by Jm Bob on 2013/11/22
Adam Lovejoy is in London talking about the British banking system, the Co-Operative Bank, the Methodist Paul Flowers taking drugs and all the seasonal drunken office parties. The news has created a large conversation of young people about the Labour party. The working people have also been on radio this week talking about payday loan companies and what David Cameron said in reaction to the banking news. Find out everything you need to know over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Paul flowers: a rare exception in the world of banking where modesty reigns.
Posted by stijbob on 2013/11/19
Ben Delicious is in London transcribing what is being said in Scotland Yard’s Operation Yewtree questions and answers corner. Its times like these you understand what Jimmy Saville was all about. Having the right people on the panel who can objectively report about child sexual abuse in the studio with representatives of the heterosexual entertainers and of course the growing gay people within the ranks of the entertainment industry. The BBC have used the Operation Yewtree Q & A as an example of how they would like people to express themselves whilst joining in the conversations on the message boards. There is talk about a bigger gay and heterosexual intercourse link to provide information for people who are curious and seek to find out more. Find out more over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Read More–.
Posted by stijbob on 2013/11/19
Its not everyday we see an Olympic legacy rollover. London is one of those sacred spots which people talk about till the end of time. This is because of a local sales force team who talk about the London 2012 Summer Olympic Games in a really positive way. So when the question comes up about the House of Lords positive report, everyone on the panel have to leave their own positive blurbs too.
Especially as such outstanding political leaders and living sport legends as Prime Minister David Cameron, London Mayor and Tory leader in waiting Boris Johnson and Lord Sebastian Coe that the Games that cost ten billion quid plus were a bargain really.
To keep up a positive retention of what is going on the closing Olympic credits are very loud. The voice is not the only important thing you need to hear. You can listen to Dave Cameron and watch Boris Johnson dancing in this weeks release of the VIP box set Question of sport with repeat appearances from the Spice Girls, Russell Brand and other big fans of the Olympic Games who know the answers to the questions. The rehearsals begin again soon, this is one legacy you do not want to miss. Find out more over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Bunch Of Old Farts Question The London 2012 Olympic Legacy.
Posted by stijbob on 2013/11/18
Anton Goryunov reports from Colombo about the recent Commonwealth Summit In Sri Lanka. This is a satirical article about how well represented Britain was this year. Anton makes a compelling story about the birth of a prime minister of Britain.
A lot has changed in the area since the civil war in Sri Lanka four years ago. The Commonwealth Summit In Sri Lanka is a vibrant event where lots of people from the UK attend, its a good chance for politicians and the aristocracy of Britain to travel abroad,acknowledge everyone and share their story. Prince Charles had a joint birthday party recently and you can read about the celebrations in Sri Lanka over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. An informative and often satirical news based website concentrating on news and current affairs, entertainment, comedy, politics from around the world and of course life in the UK.
One subject that we constantly get asked about is the Chilcot Inquiry which is looking into the last war in Iraq. A lot of people ask a lot of questions about Tony Blair for example. Tony Blair in his day also attended the Commonwealth Summit In Sri Lanka and had a big say in what goes on in Libya.
This year there were different agendas for David Cameron to address. David managed to express his views on same sex to the Sri Lankan government, the response and after effects are yet to be noticed. I am sure after reading todays light hearted article that PM Cameron will follow up in communications with the local movers and shakers in Columbo. And in his favour he has managed to cover up this recession cleverly making those that matter experience a ‘recovery’. For example Chancellor George Osborne is said to be over the moon with the announced news. Find out more about the Commonwealth Summit and some other interesting highlights about what happened in Sri Lanka over on the main website, here is the link. Imagine If Dave’s Father Was Impotent.
Posted by stijbob on 2013/11/15
Ted Obvious reports from Kabul: Great news comes from the poppy fields of Afghanistan where a record bumper crop has been gathered this year, the largest since 2001 when America had led the effort to liberate the country form the tyranny of the Taliban.
The UK sent British troops to Helmand to help cut down poppy farming. But here are more figures that should cheer anyone who likes to shoot heroin up his or her arm or even smoke it. The drug dealers kept the banking system afloat during the depths of the 2008 financial crisis.
The biggest increase came in Helmand, the province where US and British troops have been doing their utmost to provide protection for the farmers toiling on their poppy fields. The UNODC report said the harvest was 36% up on last year, and if fully realised would outstrip global demand. Most of the rise was in Helmand province. Because of the impact of modern weedkillers, the poppy no longer blooms so readily in the Flanders field.
The poppy harvests the Afghan national army and the police will take over the safekeeping of the fields and, what is even more important, will be provided with sufficient funds to keep the whole operation growing. Afghan farmers collect raw opium as they work in a poppy field in Khogyani district of Jalalabad, east of Kabul, Afghanistan. The Afghans need this profit to support their large families.
The United Nations said on Wednesday, opium poppy cultivation in Afghanistan has risen to a record high, possibly spurred on by farmers seeking to insure their incomes against uncertain conditions and for that reason NATO troops are pulling out in 2014. Some happy poppy farmers are saying that America and Britain are now their biggest friends, because without their help they would not have been able to improve their opium production. opium was cultivated in nine provinces in the south and the west, which include the most insurgency-ridden provinces in the country, the report said. The report, the 2013 Afghanistan Opium Survey. The UN warned warlords may be the biggest benefactor of the situation. The report, part of the agency’s annual survey , indicates a grave trend for the country. Great news from the poppy fields of Afghanistan: Bumper harvest this year.