Friday, July 29, 2011

Austerity sure is tough in the UK

Camerons set for Italian Villa holiday - at £9,500 a week

Filed under: Travel
The nation performed a collective squirm every time it emerged where the Blairs were holidaying - and which lavish freebie they were taking advantage of next. The news of the Camerons' holiday has emerged, and it has inspired less squirming, and more jaw-dropping, because their villa is said to cost £9,500 a week.

So is this level of luxury right and air at a time like this?

more here

Wasn't this the guy who said we ALL had to suffer and m ake sacrifices?
Seems like the word ALL does not include himself

nearly 13 trillion dollars lent out to non US companies without permission from anyone .

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The Wall Street Pentagon Papers: Biggest Scam In World History Exposed – Are The Federal Reserve’s Crimes Too Big To Comprehend?

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The Wall Street Pentagon Papers: Biggest Scam In World History Exposed - Are The Federal Reserve's Crimes Too Big To Comprehend?What if the greatest scam ever perpetrated was blatantly exposed, and the US media didn’t cover it? Does that mean the scam could keep going? That’s what we are about to find out.
I understand the importance of the new WikiLeaks documents. However, we must not let them distract us from the new information the Federal Reserve was forced to release. Even if WikiLeaks reveals documents from inside a large American bank, as huge as that could be, it will most likely pale in comparison to what we just found out from the one-time peek we got into the inner-workings of the Federal Reserve. This is the Wall Street equivalent of the Pentagon Papers.
I’ve written many reports detailing the crimes of Wall Street during this crisis. The level of fraud, from top to bottom, has been staggering. The lack of accountability and the complete disregard for the rule of law have made me and many of my colleagues extremely cynical and jaded when it comes to new evidence to pile on top of the mountain that we have already gathered. But we must not let our cynicism cloud our vision on the details within this new information.
Just when I thought the banksters couldn’t possibly shock me anymore… they did.
We were finally granted the honor and privilege of finding out the specifics, a limited one-time Federal Reserve view, of a secret taxpayer funded “backdoor bailout” by a small group of unelected bankers. This data release reveals “emergency lending programs” that doled out $12.3 TRILLION in taxpayer money – $3.3 trillion in liquidity, $9 trillion in “other financial arrangements.”
Wait, what? Did you say $12.3 TRILLION tax dollars were thrown around in secrecy by unelected bankers… and Congress didn’t know any of the details?
Yes. The Founding Fathers are rolling over in their graves. The original copy of the Constitution spontaneously burst into flames. The ghost of Tom Paine went running, stark raving mad screaming through the halls of Congress.
The Federal Reserve was secretly throwing around our money in unprecedented fashion, and it wasn’t just to the usual suspects like Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Citigroup, Bank of America, etc.; it was to the entire Global Banking Cartel. To central banks throughout the world: Australia, Denmark, Japan, Mexico, Norway, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, England… To the Fed’s foreign primary dealers like Credit Suisse (Switzerland), Deutsche Bank (Germany), Royal Bank of Scotland (U.K.), Barclays (U.K.), BNP Paribas (France)… All their Ponzi players were “gifted.” All the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations got their cut.
Talk about the ransacking and burning of Rome! Sayonara American middle class…
If you still had any question as to whether or not the United States is now the world’s preeminent banana republic, the final verdict was just delivered and the decision was unanimous. The ayes have it.
Any fairytale notions that we are living in a nation built on the rule of law and of the global economy being based on free market principles has now been exposed as just that, a fairytale. This moment is equivalent to everyone in Vatican City being told, by the Pope, that God is dead.
I’ve been arguing for years that the market is rigged and that the major Wall Street firms are elaborate Ponzi schemes, as have many other people who built their beliefs on rational thought, reasoned logic and evidence. We already came to this conclusion by doing the research and connecting the dots. But now, even our strongest skeptics and the most ardent Wall Street supporters have it all laid out in front of them, on FEDERAL RESERVE SPREADSHEETS.
Even the Financial Times, which named Lloyd Blankfein its 2009 person of the year, reacted by reporting this: “The initial reactions were shock at the breadth of lending, particularly to foreign firms. But the details paint a bleaker and even more disturbing picture.”
Yes, the emperor doesn’t have any clothes. God is, indeed, dead. But, for the moment at least, the illusion continues to hold power. How is this possible?
To start with, as always, the US television “news” media (propaganda) networks just glossed over the whole thing – nothing to see here, just move along, back after a message from our sponsors… Other than that obvious reason, I’ve come to the realization that the Federal Reserve’s crimes are so big, so huge in scale, it is very hard for people to even wrap their head around it and comprehend what has happened here.
Think about it. In just this one peek we got at its operations, we learned that the Fed doled out $12.3 trillion in near-zero interest loans, without Congressional input.

more here

If this isn't enough to wake people up to the truth of how our world really works, I do not know what will
We have to work for money, these c*nts get given it

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Give Greece what it deserves :Communism

Great article

Once in a great while an opportunity comes along to deliver justice to a people, giving them what they truly deserve. Greece’s time has come.
It must be dawning on all but the most obtuse member of the banking elite that they can’t possibly steal enough money from German taxpayers to save the Greek government from default. Put it off, maybe, but collapse is inevitable.
Once this happens, what is the purpose of casting Greece into some selective temporary financial purgatory where the irrelevant Greek economy can continue embarrassing anyone foolish enough to lend their dysfunctional government a dime? Why not go all the way and give the country what many of its people have been violently demanding for almost a century?
Let them have Communism.

Hard as it is for young people to believe, Communism was once a major historical force holding billions of people in thrall. Outside the halls of elite universities, who still takes it seriously? Sure we have Cuba, where the Castro deathwatch is the last thing standing between that benighted penal colony and an inevitable makeover by Club Med. Then there is Venezuela, though hope is fading that Hugo Chavez will carry the Bolivarian banner much longer now that he’s busy sucking down FOLFOX cocktails while checking for signs that his hair is falling out. And frankly, a psychopathic family dynasty ruling a nation of stunted zombies hardly makes North Korea a proper Communist exemplar.

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More money spent since 2008 to bail out the banksters than in almost the entire history of the word before

In 2007 before the crisis US national debt was around 9 trillion dollars.
Today it is more than 14 and rising.
That is just in the US and not does not include all the hidden bailouts.
Think of how all this money could have been spent
Real environmental advancement not C02 clap trap
Ie how about sewage treatment planets in 3rd world countries
how about money spent to stop the cutting down of rainforests. How about spending money on clean energy sources that do not produce radiation or pollution (particulates not C02). But no, all of this to give a banker his bonus and to keep a debt based ponzi money system alive for a few more years.
Utter madness
US public debt

Clinton showing himself to be the fascist he is

This is from the guy who caused the mess in the first place by prostituting himself and removing the Glass seagal act.

Clinton would raise debt ceiling on own -- but not Obama

The president says he would lift the debt ceiling on his own, with or without congressional approval.That president, however, is Bill Clinton.
The current White House occupant, Barack Obama, isn't considering such unilateral action, aides said.
In a recent interview with The National Memo, Clinton said he would raise the $14.3 trillion debt ceiling on his own if Congress fails to act, and "force the courts to stop me" rather than face a government default.
"I think the Constitution is clear and I think this idea that the Congress gets to vote twice on whether to pay for (expenditures) it has appropriated is crazy," Clinton said.

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How about this suggestion: live within your means and that means not increasing the debt ceiling. How about stopping foreign aid and then all the wars you start. How about producing something and stopping the welfare state? The talk of not raising the debt ceiling will cause a meltdown is crazy. There is notneed to raise the debt if you only spend what you take in with taxes. Ie a balanced budget
Thats what is supposed to happen in any country


Outrageous: Murdoch gets creampied

NO I AM NOT SAYING ITS OUTRAGEOUS that a creampie was thrown what is outrageous is the reaction. A women shouts outrageous and the police step in
and the guy who threw it becomes public enemy number one. Whats more outrageous ? Illegally hacking dead girls phones or thrwoing a harmless creampie at the person responsible? Why isn't the policeman more willing to arrest scumbag Murdoch also than justa  person throwing  a creampie. The msm is calling it an attack.
This scumbag deserves a brick in the face not a foam pie.
What have we become to protect people like this but to attack someone who
innocently throws a creampie at a criminal?

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

The FED : more leveraged now than Lehmans brothers

From gainspainscapital

The 2008 Crisis occurred when private US banks became so distrustful of one another’s balance sheet risk that interbank liquidity dried up triggering a systemic implosion in the unregulated derivatives market, particularly in Credit Default Swaps (which was a $50-60 trillion market at the time).
The Federal Reserve dealt with this situation by suspending accounting policies (permitting banks to lie about their true balance sheet risk), offering to backstop those banks with the greatest derivative exposure (JP Morgan, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, and Citigroup), shifting trillions of dollars’ worth of toxic debt to the US balance sheet and then funneling trillions of new dollars into the banks most at risk of a derivative collapse (the banks I listed before).
From a philosophical perspective, the Fed removed the notion of “risk of failure” from Wall Street’s collective mind. As anyone who’s studied human behavior can tell you, without consequence for one’s actions most people will take their bad behaviors to the limit.
As a result of this, Wall Street went back to doing what caused the Financial Crisis in the first place: increasing leverage, fleecing clients, and paying its employees’ excessive salaries. Today the financial system is once again overleveraged. In fact, leverage levels today exceed those that occurred during the 2008 Tech Bubble, the large banks continue to be insolvent due to their gargantuan derivative exposure.
Put another way, the financial system is primed for another 2008 episode. The very same issues that caused 2008 remain in place. Leverage is far too high. And the unregulated derivatives market remains a multi-hundred trillion dollar problem.
However, the next Crisis will not simply be another 2008. The reason for this is that by transferring trillions in toxic debt to the public balance sheet, the Federal Reserve has put the US’s credit rating and debt situation in jeopardy.
To be clear, the US was already bankrupt due to unfunded liabilities (including Social Security and Medicare, the US has over $50 trillion in debt). But the Fed’s actions truly brought things to a tipping point.
Consider that before the Financial Crisis the Fed’s balance sheet consisted of $800 billion worth of Treasuries. Today, thanks to QE 1, QE lite, and QE 2, it’s $2.8 trillion. To put that number into perspective, it’s larger than the economies of France, the UK, and Brazil.
Remember, most if not ALL of this increase was the result of the Fed taking on DEBT (and toxic debt at that). With only $51 billion in capital, the Fed now has a leverage ratio of 54 to 1. To put this into perspective, Lehman Brothers was only leveraged at 30 to 1 when it went bust.
To say that the US Federal Reserve is now insolvent would be a gross understatement. The only reason anyone trusts the Fed today is:
1)   Tradition (it’s backstopped the system since 1913)
2)   The Fed has a printing press which means it can create money out of thin air
3)   Lack of alternatives (what other entity in the US has a printing press?)
And the only reason the US financial system and currency haven’t already collapsed is because other countries are in even worse shape and on the verge of collapse themselves (see Europe, China and Japan… China is rapidly heading towards a subprime crisis of its own).
However, this relative appeal (the US, while bankrupt, is in better shape than other countries) does not mean the US will avoid taking its medicine. That medicine will consist of some kind of debt default/ restructuring and a collapse in the Federal Reserve banking system. Put another way, it will mean an end to our current monetary system.
This process will involve bank holidays, severe market dislocations and crashes, temporary food shortages and consequent civil unrest.

Greece "temporary" default

Is this Europes lehman?
If so look for markets to collapse soon

greece defaults

Monday, July 18, 2011

Be interesting to see how this turns out: HOW the f*ck cannot it not be suspicious as quoted by the article???????????????????????????????

I guess these things happen all the time. One minute you are shaving, the next minute you manage to cut your jugular and in the ensuing panic, you fall in the bath full of water with your toaster. Nothing to see here though move on. Its much more likely these accidents happen , of course when you are responsible for bringing a media moguls empire down.



News of the World phone-hacking whistleblower found dead

Sean Hoare, the former News of the World showbiz reporter who was the 
first named journalist to allege Andy Coulson was aware of phone hacking by his staff, has been found dead, the Guardian has learned.
Hoare, who worked on the Sun and the News of the World with Coulson before being dismissed for drink and drugs problems, is said to have been found dead at his Watford home.
Hertfordshire police would not confirm his identity, but the force said in a statement: "At 10.40am today [Monday 18 July] police were called to Langley Road, Watford, following the concerns for the welfare of a man who lives at an address on the street. Upon police and ambulance arrival at a property, the body of a man was found. The man was pronounced dead at the scene shortly after.
"The death is currently being treated as unexplained, but not thought to be suspicious. Police investigations into this incident are ongoing."
Hoare first made his claims in a New York Times investigation into the phone-hacking allegations at the News of the World.
He told the newspaper that not only did Coulson know of the phone hacking, but that he actively encouraged his staff to intercept the phone calls of celebrities in the pursuit of exclusives.
In a subsequent interview with the BBC he alleged that he was personally asked by his then-editor, Coulson, to tap into phones. In an interview with the PM programme he said Coulson's insistence that he didn't know about the practise

Friday, July 15, 2011

Full Spectrum Decay: I like it

A good post from Gonzalo Lira

Full Spectrum Decay

The Pentagon has a policy which can only be called the zenith of militaristic arrogance and stupidity: “Full Spectrum Dominance”.

As the name implies, the policy’s aim is for the United States’ military to control all aspects of a battlefield—or as proponents of the doctrine call it, the “battlespace”: Air, land, sea, space and cyberspace.

The doctrine’s concept, in its essence, is for the American military to be “better” than anyone else at everything else: The most carrier groups, the biggest nuclear subs, the latest military technology, etc., etc., etc., all of these pieces fitting together to overwhelm—and not merely defeat—any enemy or any threat, be they real or unlikely, or even imaginary. (For the American military’s hunt for imaginary threats, look up Iraqi WMD.)read more

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Bernanke once again proving to the world that he knows nothing about money let alone economics

To the Bernank: An open lesson on Gold

1) Gold is always a commodity and in times of economic uncertainty  is also money.
2) Up until the 1970's Gold did in fact back the US dollar. To prevent a default in the 70's the US stopped gold backing to its currency. Since then we have had Fiat money
3) Gold was the first thing most societies used as money and has been used along with Silver to act as money for thousands of years
4) In countries where people do not trust their governments to manage funny money or fiat money, they store gold, as opposed to paper to protect their wealth. Up until a few years ago, most people in third world banana republics did just that, but people in developed countries like the US and Europe generally trusted their leaders, not to print money like madmen. That all changed a few years ago, when people like you decided to print more money than Mugabe to pay off bankers bad debts, which has now escalated to pay off the countries bad debts, hence is it any wonder that people are losing trust in currencies world wide? You have chosen to act like a central bank in charge of a Banana republic, but its worse as the US is not that warm and has few bananas. Certainly the UK and most of Europe do not either.
5) Gold will act like money until you stop printing.

Question: Are you aboard the silver and Gold Rocket that is getting set to go to the moon?

Gold Targets $1600 Per Ounce - New Nominal Record, Silver Surges 9% in 24 Hours as Dollars Falls
Gold has risen to new record nominal highs at $1,594.45 per ounce and silver has surged another 3% to over $39 per ounce after yesterday’s 6% rise. Today’s London AM Fix gold fix was $1,592.50 £987.54 and €1,119.04 – all of which are new record nominal highs.

European stock markets are lower after Asian equity markets were mixed overnight with the Nikkei falling 0.27%.

European debt markets are under pressure this morning with Spanish and Italian bond yields rising towards 6% again.

Ireland’s 10 year and 2 year yields spiked to new record highs at 14.13% and 20.9% prior to sharp falls which had the hallmarks of sovereign intervention - possibly the ECB or China.

The U.S. had its Aaa bond rating placed on review for possible downgrade by Moody’s which cited the “rising possibility” that the debt limit won’t be raised on a timely basis.

U.S. treasuries have also been sold this morning. Concerns that QE3 and the printing and electronic creation of hundreds of billions of dollars and Obama’s walkout from debt ceiling negotiations is not helping dollar and bond market jitters and has led to the record dollar gold price.

Ron Paul and Ben Bernanke: Is Gold Money?
Gold’s new record highsmay also have been contributed to by the debate between Federal Reserve Chairman, Ben Bernanke and Presidential candidate Ron Paul at the U.S. House Banking Committee (see video here).

Dr. Paul asked about the collapse in the value of the dollar by almost 50% in the past three years to less than a 1,580th of an ounce of gold.

“When you wake up in the morning, do you care about the price of gold?” he asked Mr. Bernanke.
“Well,” Bernanke replied. “I pay attention to the price of gold. But I think it reflects a lot of things. It reflects global uncertainties. I think the reason people hold gold is as protection against of what we call tail risks, really, really bad outcomes. And to the extent that the last few years have made people more worried about the potential of a major crisis then they have gold as a protection.”
Paul: "Do you think gold is money?"
Bernanke: "No. It's a precious metal."
Paul: "Even if it's been money for 6,000 years? Somebody reversed that and eliminated that economic law?"
Bernanke: "Well, you know, it's an asset. Would you say treasury bills are money? I don't think they're money either, but they're a financial asset."
Paul: "Why do central banks hold it if it's not money?"
Bernanke: "Well, it's a form of reserves."
Paul: "Why don't they hold diamonds?"
Bernanke: "Well, it's tradition. Long-term tradition."
Paul: "Some people still think it's money."

The Federal Reserve Chairman’s admission that gold is “protection” against “tail risks” and “really, really bad outcomes” is important and marks another step towards gold’s movement from being a fringe asset to being a core part of a properly diversified portfolio.

Gold is increasingly being seen as an important safe haven asset and indeed currency (despite Bernanke’s feeble denial of this) and this interview may be seen as another landmark in gold’s move from fringe “barbaric relic” to mainstream investment and savings vehicle.
Thanks to zerohedge for this article

What a hero: More words of wisdom from one of the few adults left on the planet:Gerald CELENTE

07/14/11 Kingston, New York – “Read All About It!” You couldn’t not read all about it! The media was full of reports about how happy stock market days were here again. After a stormy start, June closed and July began with US benchmark indexes racking up their biggest weekly gains in two years on good news: the US manufacturing index had unexpectedly risen, and the beleaguered debt-burdened Greeks were bailed out yet again – piling un-payable new debt on top of un-payable old debt.
Yes, there was some concern, but, as The New York Times reported on June 25th, “Two years into the official recovery, the economy is still behaving like a plane taxiing indefinitely on the runway. Few economists are predicting an out-and-out return to recession … analysts generally expect the economy to pick up in the second half.”
The economists were forecasting strong job growth for June. But two weeks later, when the numbers came in, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that only 18,000 jobs had been created – not the 125,000 jobs projected … by those same economists who were also not “predicting an out-and-out return to recession.”
Accordingly, without missing a beat, the Times changed its tune – writing new words to replace the old words they would never be forced to eat:

Presitutes I like it. He also sums up the US in 6 easy words.
Princton, Harvard, Yale, Bullets , bombs and banks

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

UK Police Intel Expert: Government, Not Islam, Real Terror Threat

By Nick Kollerstrom
July 12, 2011
Tony Farrell had been employed for twelve years as ‘Principle Intelligence Analyst’ for South Yorkshire Police, 13th largest of the 44 police forces in the UK.
His job involved producing a yearly ‘Strategic Threat Assessment Matrix’ to determine how the police force had to prioritise its activities.
Assessed ‘threats’ ranged from ASBOs (anti-social behaviour orders) to the terrorist threat allegedly presented by Islamic extremists. Having a statistics degree, it was his job to translate the different ‘strategic threats’ into a ‘matrix’ of relative numerical weighted probabilities.
In 2010, one week before the 5th anniversary of 7/7, Tony (who had never previously doubted government versions of events) stumbled across ‘9/11 Truth’ material on the web. Like so many millions before him, he was shocked to the core by this experience.
He quickly realized that there was a great mass of evidence relating to 9/11 kept hidden by the mainstream media. As a Christian, Tony consulted his church minister, who suggested that he consider, whether the same might be true for the London 7/7 bombings?
Something he had not suspected ‘in his wildest dreams’ then started to unfold. After reading much of the available but publicly-unreported witness statements and other evidence relating to 7/7, Tony found that he could only conclude that the official 7/7 narrative was ‘a monstrous lie.’

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

The death (hopefully ) of keynesian economics

Keynesian economics if you can even include the two words together is bullshit

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Monday, July 11, 2011

Hear Hear

Thank you Paul Craig Roberts
yep thats it
The purest example of how Americans are shielded from truth is the media's (including many Internet sites') response to the large number of professionals who find the official explanation of September 11, 2001, inconsistent with everything they, as experts, know about physics, chemistry, structural engineering, architecture, fires, structural damage, the piloting of airplanes, the security procedures of the United States, NORAD's capabilities, air traffic control, airport security, and other matters. These experts, numbering in the thousands, have been shouted down by know-nothings in the media who brand the experts as "conspiracy theorists."  
Conspiracy theories are anything that do not agree with the governments explanation

Hahaha this is what I have been saying to people since the beginning of this so called recovery


The ONLY THING kepping markets up is the FED printing money
If it was a REAL recovery then the things that caused the crisis would have been resolved. The spark for the crisis was a huge real estate bubble  that popped.
The banks that lent the garbage and the people who borrowed too much needed to go under and the savers should have been able to go in and buy up all the property and /or banks at rock bottom prices. (after a bubble prices overshoot in the reverse direction).
In the US house prices did still and still are going down but the bad debts written by the banks did not get written down and the rally in stocks started way before a bottom was reached. (the bottom still hasn't been reached).
In the Uk  though houise prices were pumped back up and in many other parts of the world such as China and Australia bubbles were pumped bigger.
Looose credit GOT US INTO THIS mess so there is n o way that more of the same and then some (think QE money printing to infinity) will get us out of it.
The debts either have to be defaulted on or payed back before we can EVEN think of a recovery and yes that means all the big banks going tits up.
When the big banks fail and after the ensuing chaos, only then will I buy stocks.
Until then the only thing to buy is Gold and Silver.
All the money printing has done is buy us some time but the resulting collapse will be much worse. True that if the FED hadn't p;rinted money we would be in a global depression, but by now we may have been coming out of it. This time I expect a Humpty Dumpty collapse.

Monday, July 4, 2011

Nigel Farrage proving once again why he is the only adult politician to be found

Why is he not PM?
The worlds biggest AGW supporter Keiser also proves he has some brains when he sticks to economics.

PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS who worked as assistant secretary of the treasury under Reagan ADMITS that the FED works for the big banks such as GOLDMAN SACHS


SICK COMEDY THAT IS: THIS IS WHAT THE PHRASE: CONFLICT OF INTEREST WAS WRITTEN FOR. Guess that means nothing now though as its been going on for so long in the land of the free.
Tim Geitner was after all head of the NEW YORK FEDERAL RESERVE BEFORE
which is a private arm of The TPTF banks such as JPMorgan

Mark Zandi Says Jamie Dimon Would Be "Fabulous" Replacement To Geithner, Unclear On Madoff Succession Chances

There may have been those who thought that our focused mockery of Moody's head something Mark Zandi went a little too far last summer when he and other prominent Princeton proctovoodoologist Alan Blinder praised Tim Geithner's abysmal "recovery" in a desperate attempt to get an administrative job away from their respective sinking ships. Well now he have pure comedy genius to add to allegations of incompetent buffoonery. On Friday, Zandi told Yahoo's Daily Ticker that of all proposed replacements to Tim Geithner (a list which he somehow was not part of despite years of sycophantry) JPMorgan head, currently embroiled in billion dollars worth of mortgage fraud litigation, would make a "Fabulous" Treasury Secretary. That's right: the head of the bank that effectively shares its balance sheet with the Fed courtesy of being the primary shadow banking system gatekeeper as one of two tri-party repo clearers, and whose relentless printing of new bonds would necessitate round after round of QE, would make a "fabulous" treasury secretary... While we are at it, why not just get Bernie Madoff, who continues to be in jail for doing what the global financial system does each and every day, furloughed and have him run the US Treasury every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday on alternative weeks when the bimonthly refunding occurs. After all who better to lead the US Treasury than him?

read entire article at zerohedge

This is also the bank that BLAIR now works for.
Spot the pattern, DO WHAT THESE BIG GLOBAL INSTITUTIONS SAY (even if it means bankrupting your country in the process as in the case of Blair, and you get a nice cushy job with them afterwards)
Having Blair work in a bank is like getting Kenneth Noy to look after your gold bullion.
I suspect Geitner after bankrupting the US will ow also get a job with them. Either that or their evil twin Goldman Sachs

Sunday, July 3, 2011


AS discussed in Alex Jones's film End Game

Seems the evidence is quite striking for this so called conspiracy theory.
Indeed Greece is warned of severe lack of sovereignty

That is the END game of course, to strip countries of their sovereignty and placed into debt servitude

Remember what Rockefeller said

Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as 'internationalists' and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure — one world, if you will. If that's the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it."
Its brazenly admitted unyet the general populace is too asleep to noticer and people like me are just conspiracy theorists. Not only admitted but in plain site when one looks at how the world works
Sad but true.
He also had this to say

"The supranatural sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is certainly preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in the past centuries." -- David Rockefeller

These are some other famous quotes

Kissingers I find the most chilling

"Today, America would be outraged if U.N. troops entered Los Angeles to restore order. Tomorrow they will be grateful! This is especially true if they were told that there were an outside threat from beyond, whether real or promulgated, that threatened our very existence. It is then that all peoples of the world will plead to deliver them from this evil. The one thing every man fears is the unknown. When presented with this scenario, individual rights will be willingly relinquished for the guarantee of their well-being granted to them by the World Government.
- Dr. Henry Kissinger, Bilderberger Conference, Evians, France, 1991 

Is this what the so called war on terror was really about?

Even some very well known people like Jim Corr are now talking about the coming one world government

Stacey Herbert over at Max is a moron

She is a one track record going on daily about AGW.
I like Max and his stance against the banks but his constant talk of AGW when everyone knows that its also a
ponzi scheme from the banks leads me to conclude that he and Stacey cannot be trusted.
It has been said countless times by experts such as Piers Corbyn that our weather and indeed earthquakes
are driven by sun and lunar effects and has nothing to do with C02.
Climategate also exposed AGW as a fraud
Are we killing the planet? Absolutely but to blame it on C02 misses the point. C02 is the least of our worries
when compared to radiation leaks, chemical dispersants sprayed on oil spills, plastics, heavy metals, you name it
we are destroying our host ie our planet. It just upsets me that so called intelligent people can get sidetracked onto this C02 nonsense.
I'm beginning to question anything these two say.

Friday, July 1, 2011

aha thats why the MSM is silent over FUKUSHIMA

The Mainstream media as Gerald Celente says are Presstitutes
If you want to hear the truth then don't bother listen to CNN or the BBC unless you like Propaganda of course.