Tuesday, 17 November 2009

What questions should you ask of people wanting to become members of Congress or Parliament?

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What questions should you ask of people wanting to become members of Congress or Parliament?

The Financial Times has produced twenty questions for would-be Members of Parliaments

1. Sir Hilary Synnott, regional co-ordinator of the Coalition Provisional Authority, Southern Iraq, July 2003 to January 2004, asks:

"Which of these countries is a party to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty: India, Iran, North Korea, Pakistan, Israel?"

(Aangirfan added Israel to the question as Synnot mysteriously left Israel out)

2. Camila Batmanghelidjh, founder of the UK's Kids Company, wants candidates to know about the crisis of child violence.

"Every year in Britain some 550,000 children are referred to child protection services because of suspected abuse and neglect.

"On average, over the past five years, how many were placed on the child protection register each year and how many were taken off?" 32,000; 31,500 or 3,200; 1,500 or 320; 150

And here are our own questions:

3. What was the name of the 1960's Pentagon Plan whereby the Pentagon would carry out acts of terrorism on American soil?

4. What was the name of the CIA-NATO operation which involved acts of false flag terrorism in Italy?

5. What is the name of the CIA operation to control the media?

6. The following are IMF Estimates of GDP per Capita, at PPP (Purchasing Power Parity), for 2014.

Can you name the countries marked by blanks?

Luxembourg $88,778

N_______ $61,626

USA $53,961

Ir________ $44,246

United Kingdom $42,401

Russia $19,735

Ch_____ $10,989

7. What handshake is being used in this video? (There may be a clue in the title)



Answers:

1. Iran

2. 32,000; 31,500

3. Operation Northwoods

4. Operation Gladio

5. Operation Mockingbird

6. Norway, Ireland, China.

7. Masonic

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