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Bashing zio-Lies


Antony C. SUTTON

The Best Enemy Money Can Buy
<pdf> 158 p.

Volume 2 of the Secret Relationship between Blacks and Jews was published this last summer. (Both volumes are now avalable on and other outlets online):
The Secret Relationship… vol.2 Book Review (<pdf> 3 p.)

We have also a sample of this new bookWe expect these 14 pages to evince new wailings in Brooklyn and elsewhere.

Mollah Omar speaks
(on the phone) with a US diplomat (22 August 1998)
4 p. 250K in dari translated in americanese.

Declassified State document. Mollah Omar speaks on the phone with a US diplomat in Pakistan (in 1998). He warns that blind bombings by US Air Force are likely to propel opposition. He also asks for evidence on Bin Laden whom he knows as a nice guy. Twelve years later, the situation is the same; if they want to negociate, the Americans would rather give answers to those questions, and to some others. The Wikileaks documents should provide a legal basis for putting on trial a number of high-ranking US advisers and military officiers. Hopefully, some of them should be hanged at those few remaining lamp-posts in the ruins of Kabul, thus providing a just follow-up to the acclaimed Nurnberg Trials…

Dr. Abraham MYERSON

The Terrible Jews
By One of Them
Boston, 1922, Jewish Advocate Publishing Co, 72 p. <pdf>
The author was a neurologist in Boston. He thinks what he writes is “funny”.

Naturamorevole 2: Creato per sbaglio enzima mangia-plastica: degrada una bottiglia in 96 ore

By Becky:

The eating-plastic enzyme exists: discovered by mistake, it could save us from pollution

of Zeina Ayache

Created by mistake the ‘eating-plastic’ enzyme that could save us from pollution by destroying our garbage.

Scientists have mistakenly created an enzyme capable of digesting some of the most polluting plastics, representing a viable solution against the most serious environmental problem: that of plastic. The confirmation comes from the University of Portsmouth and in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences published the results of their discovery in the study entitled “Characterization and engineering of a plastic-degrading aromatic polyesterase”. How is it possible? And why did they find it by mistake?

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From nature to the laboratory. The researchers explain that they were analyzing a mutant enzyme, the PETase, discovered by the Japanese and able to digest the plastic, but too slowly, when by mistake they managed to create a new ‘eating-plastic’ enzyme even better than the one that develops in nature.

Rapidity against plastic. To understand how fast the new enzyme was, the researchers tested it on a plastic bottle commonly used for carbonated drinks and, from observations made under a microscope, they could see the level of degradation after 96 hours. An excellent level, but now it needs acceleration, we are talking about making this enzyme 1,000 times faster in its ‘work’.

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We gave ourselves the hoe on our feet alone. In short, scientists are now working to try to solve the problem of plastic that, if initially seemed to represent the discovery of the last century, over time proved to be a real environmental damage of not easy solution: our seas for example are overflowing plastic that, in addition to ruining the landscape, is ‘stifling’ the living beings of this ecosystem. Not to mention the pollution caused by disposal on land from plastics, which also carries with it illicit trafficking, as shown by the investigation of ‘Bloody Money’.

The future. Thanks to what has been inadvertently realized, the researchers are currently working to improve the capacity of their enzyme and make it effectively usable at industrial level in order to destroy the plastic in a short time and without polluting.