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Iran Leader claims Israel 'A Wound To Be Cleansed'

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 2, 2013

Iran's president-elect Hassan Rouhani has called Israel an old "wound" that must be removed. These statements would seem to cast doubt on the viability of efforts to revive peace talks betwen the Palestinians and Israel.

"The Zionist regime is a wound inflicted for years on the body of the Muslim world that must be cleansed," Mr Rouhani said to reporters.

His comments echoed those of outgoing president Mahmound Ahmadinejad who earlier whipped up anti-Israel sentiment at an Quds day rally in Tehran.

He said: "I will inform you with God as my witness, a devastating storm... (more)

Tags: religion, terrorism, iran, politics, life, pictures, world affairs, changes to our world, world news and tagged anti-jewish rhetoric, hassan rouhani, iran's new president, isreal

US Government Pays Almost £100m To UK Spy Agency

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 2, 2013

GCHQ's eavesdropping HQ in Cheltenham - Photo:

The US government has paid at least £100m to the UK spy agency GCHQ, over the past three years, according to documents leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden.

The payments were made to secure access to Britain's intelligence gathering programmes, according to the documents viewed by The Guardian newspaper.

The revelations have emerged after Snowden was granted a year's asylum in Russia following more than a month inside an airport terminal.

The fugitive left Moscow airport in a taxi, although... (more)

Tags: politics, life, conspiracies, world affairs, out of this world, world news and tagged £100m to the uk spy agency gchq, dangerous politics by usa and uk, edward snowden, nowden's su

Blogger Receives Visit From Cops For Googling “Pressure Cookers”

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 2, 2013


The blogger in question, Michele Catalano, that some of you may remember from her blog, “A Small Victory,” which she wrote during the mid-2000s, was ensnared in an investigation yesterday. Well more than that. Police showed up at her front door to interrogate her and her husband.

Here is Catalano’s account of the experience, in which she theorizes that this had something to do with her family’s "Googling" habits:

"What happened was this: At about 9:00 am, my husband, who happened to be home yesterday, was sitting in the... (more)

Tags: usa, freedom, black, nsa, edward snowden, american dream is asleep, armed law enforcement, backpack, googling, michele catalano, muslin, north african, pressure cooker search on-li

Ohio Kidnapper Ariel Castro Gets Life And 1,000 Years

By Shaun Gibson, published on Aug 1, 2013

Ariel Castro seconds after sentence was passed, Life, no parole and 1,000 years, his hell starts

Ohio kidnapper Ariel Castro said he is “not a monster” after one of his victims confronted him during his sentencing hearing to describe her “11 years in hell”.

Castro said he knows what he did was wrong, but that he is not a violent person and that his captives asked for sex and were not tortured.

“These people are trying to paint me as a monster. I’m not a monster. I’m sick,” he said during his sentencing hearing on Thursday.

Castro also claimed the women lived... (more)

Tags: life, poems, pictures, random, amanda berry, world affairs, out of this world, world news and tagged 11 years in hell, 937 charges, ariel castro, ariel castro sentencing, ariel ca

Celtic win 1-0 in the first of two games against Elfsborg

By Shaun Gibson, published on Jul 31, 2013

Picture: Tony Nicoletti/Media

Commons got on the end of a cross to head the ball brilliantly down into the ground and then high into the net past the keeper who had no chance, below you can see what it meant to him and the 40,153 people packed into the stadium

Chris Commons scores the only goal on 73 minutes. Picture:

Kris Commons scored with a header to give Celtic the edge in their Champions League third qualifying round tie.

With the hosts struggling to break... (more)

Tags: celtic 1-0 elfsborg, champions league play-off's, glasgow celtic, swedish side elfsborg, chris commons goal, 1-0 win to take to the away leg, good position

Overcoming Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain to Success

By Shaun Gibson, published on Jul 31, 2013

Image courtesy of the Scottish Daily Record

The picture above I am bottom row, left hand side on one knee, at a time I was taking on the world in pain, sadly the pain got too bad I had to stop being a football manager. I made a decent paid level and it was my life. For anyone outside the USA it is Soccer. I was a Soccer Coach/Manager and won 19 trophies in my 15 years as a Manager/Coach, this was "My thing" It was my world away from life

When the disability hit I was a Baker on a brilliant wage and had to stop. I was put on Disability (Working) as I kept fixing computers... (more)

Tags: football, blog, my story, chronic fatigue, recovery, injury, a moment, all over pain now, broken leg, chronic pain syndrome, in another life, my disabilty, proper football, simon

China Building Ghost Cities In Africa, why?

By Shaun Gibson, published on Jul 30, 2013

It was supposed to be a state-of-the-art city for 500,000 - but eerie footage shows how a Chinese-built urbanisation is at risk of becoming Africa's first 'ghost town'.

Constructed on the outskirts of Angola's capital city Luanda, Nova Cidade de Kilamba has 750 eight-storey blocks of flats, a dozen schools and more than 100 shop units.

But, crucially, it has no residents, and many of the nearby slum-dwellers cannot afford the £75,000 price-tag to move in.

This has sparked fears the £2.2billion project, a fraction of the cash China has poured into Africa in recent years,... (more)

Tags: china, africa, china building cities in africa, chine in africa, ghost cities, chine buying middle africa,

Looking for God in a complicated World

By Shaun Gibson, published on Jul 30, 2013


I turned 40 years old a few weeks ago, I live in Scotland, a very Catholic or Protestant place, in-fact the West of Scotland is at War with itself over God, you really have to see it to believe it. This page explains why Glasgow is turning into the new Northern Ireland

I have a relationship with MY God, a God I have seen perform things I could only attribute to God, there were no other things that it could have been, I asked, it happened, so my God is good, my own personal relationship with... (more)


Glasgow Celtic Ready for Swedish test as new signing arrives

By Shaun Gibson, published on Jul 30, 2013

Celtic Park last season on the 125th Birthday of the famous Club, beating Barcelona 2-1

Derk Boerrigter will be in Celtic's squad for the first leg of their Champions League third qualifying round tie should he sign on Tuesday.

The 26-year-old Ajax forward is to have a medical in Glasgow but fellow Dutchman Virgil van Dijk is still out with a foot injury.

Defenders Adam Matthews and Charlie Mulgrew and midfielder Joe Ledley return for manager Neil Lennon.

On-loan Celtic striker Mo Bangura is eligible to play for Elfsborg.

Lennon has made it... (more)

Tags: sweden, champions league, celtic fc, elfsborg, qualifier, celtic park, group stage hope

Evils wins when Good people DO NOTHING

By Shaun Gibson, published on Jul 30, 2013

An observation about the world.

I see a world where bad is winning.

I see a world where the good people, people like you and I write about the wrongs and nobody really acts.

While the bad people have a field day and do what they want day in day out, where lies are told and money is made through having power

How long, as a species are we going to stand back and watch wars being fought over what? Oil and money? Wars are being fought for the wrong reasons and many will say it is awful, and it is, but it has always been this way. Through history however good... (more)

Tags: politics, life, pictures, random, changes to our world, out of this world, corporate greed in our world, bloggers for peace, world affairs and tagged corporate greed in our world

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