Friday, August 26, 2011

There is a god after all: Come on Irene

Irene is heading for the worlds biggest criminals and terrorists in wall street and washington
We can but hope
Of course Bernanke etc are in Jackson Hole
lets hope freak weather strikes there and destroys their homes. A direct hit on the FEds offices and Goldmans would be nice
Please god we pray for some biblical justice.
If you are reading this lets all pray together that this hits the criminals homes and offices HARD
and if some of them do stay I hope you drown or preferably get decapitated by some flying sheet metal
That way we will not have to buy too many guillotines.
Have a NICE DAY Bankstas

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Another must see interview

Gets very interesting at about 18 minutes when katherine Austin Fitts says that the threat of physical violence is prevalent to anyone who gets in the way of the bankstas agenda

Paul Krugman once again proving he is the dumbest clown on the planet right now

When the collapse happens and these clowns have no protection It would take great restraint not to remove from Gods gene pool imbeciles like this. How can a moron like this be called a Professor?
Is he a professor of Moronicology?
He says he has a PHD in economics but is proving he knows less about economics than a stray alley cat.
I need to get this off my chest
paul Krugman you are a Moron and a disgrace of a Human being
You do not know ANYTHING about economics and have no clue about the real world
You are a parasite and I can only assume by these latest comments of yours that yoiu are trying to be a Comedian. Are you? If so you are a better comedian than an economist but i f I were you I would still kill myself by being an utterly worthless parasite who serves no purpose to society what so ever.

comment 1  only aliens can save us

Comment 2 : its  shame the earthquake in Washington wasn't worse

I agree it IS a shame , not because as this brain dead muppet thinks that it will help the economy but it may have taken out the gene pool , idiots like this as well as all the cretins in the White House and Wall 
Street. So I guess in that sense it would also help the economy

Zerohedge is not confirmin g this statement is by him but it could have ONLY have come from him
Noone else (even Tim Geitner) is that stupid

When is it enough for these Keynesian scumbags to admit defeat.Japan has had two lost KEYNESIAN decades and after the earthquake has not rebounded as idiots  like this said it would.
Their whole argument is based on WW2 which bought us out of a depression
They fail to recognize that the economy had been in a slump for over 10 years anyway and so may have rebounded anyway but my feeling is that the US back then was a creditor nation and not the worlds biggest DEBTOR nation and so prospered when they helped the rest of the world rebuild but one can hardly say that war is good. Asking the people at that time if they would prefer a low stock market or a world war and i am sure a low stock market would have been the better option.
Scary thing is , that the policy makers WILL take Krugmans  advice and START a war just to get the stock market up
I am predicting that along with Gerald Celente

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

A must watch/listen interview of Gerald Celente

Just remember that this guys trends/predictions are legendary, a modern Nostradamus

Thursday, August 18, 2011

The magic number has now been breached

Who would you rather trust? A gold and silver expert who has made a fortune from trading said metals
or Bernanke whose only real life experience has been gained from being a rent boy for the worlds banksters
oh and of course economic text books, which are really useful of course seeing said books teach you

hmm could it be this that has sent gold soaring and anything priced in paper funny money tanking?

Chavez Orders $11 Billion of Gold Home From Vaults Including Scotiabank’s

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez ordered the central bank to repatriate $11 billion of gold reserves held in developed nations’ institutions such as the Bank of England as the metal rises to record levels behind a weakening U.S. dollar.
Venezuela, which holds 211 tons of its 365 tons of gold reserves in U.S., European, Canadian and Swiss institutions, will progressively return the bars to the central bank’s vault, Chavez said yesterday.JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM)Barclays Plc (BARC)Standard Chartered Plc (STAN) and the Bank of Nova Scotia (BNS) also hold Venezuelan gold, the president said.
“We’ve held 99 tons of gold at the Bank of England since 1980. I agree with bringing that home,” Chavez said yesterday on state television. “It’s a healthy decision.”

Probably, that and the fact that the entire FIAT system is at its end game, with most of the world bankrupt, and with a debt based system, only default can sort that situation out
and that alone would of course implode the entire house of cards
The system is well and truelly f*cked
The insiders have known it for years, when will the people realize it?
I'd say now is the time. With 84 percent here saying they ahve lost faith in the ability of leaders
to tackle the situation

Jeez what took them so long?
I could have told them that 3 years ago or longer
As we have an entirely FAITH based system I would say the fat lady is about to sing on our KEYNESIAN , FIAT BASED EXPERIMENT OF THE LAST 40 YEARS OR SO.
Of course when it happens it will be totally unexpected and noone could have seen it happen.
Noone with an IQ below 10 of course or our leaders totally in the pockets of said system

BUY  ALLOCATED PHYSICAL  (not ETFs) GOLD and SILVER and have FAITH in  the only non dilute-able asset, with no counter party risk left on the planet before its too late

Sunday, August 7, 2011

The problem with the world.. too many Olivers

Salvation Island

(Money Myth Exploded - The Financial enigma resolved - A debt money system)

1. Shipwreck survivors
An explosion had blown their ship apart. Each one grasped the first bit of wreckage that came to hand. And when it was over, there were five left, five huddled on a raft which the waves carried along at their will. As for the other victims of the disaster, there was no sign of them.
Hour after long hour their eyes searched the horizon. Would some passing ship sight them ? Would their make-shift raft finds its way to some friendly shore ?
Suddenly a cry rang out: "Land ! Look ! Over there, in the direction the waves are carrying us !"
And as the vague silhouette proved itself to be, in fact, the outline of a shore, the figures on the raft danced with joy.
They were five, five Canadians, as in the picture opposite. There was Frank, the carpenter, big and energetic. It was he who had first cried, "Land !".
Then Paul, a farmer. You can see him, front and left in the picture, on his knees, one hand against the floor, the other gripping the mast of the raft.
Next is Jim, an animal breeder; he's the one in the striped pants, kneeling and gazing in the direction of land.
Then there is Harry, an agriculturist, a little on the stout side, seated on a trunk salvaged from the wreck.
And finally Tom, a prospector and a mineralogist; he is the merry fellow standing in the rear of the picture with his hand on the carpenter's shoulder.
2. A Providential island
To our five men, setting foot on land was like returning to life from the grave.
When they had dried and warmed themselves their first impulse was to explore this little island on to which they had been cast, far from civilization.
A quick survey was sufficient to raise their spirit. The island was not a barren rock. True enough, they were the only men on it at the moment. But judging from the herds of semi-domesticated animals they encountered, there must have been men here at some time before them. Jim, the animal breeder, was sure he could completely domesticate them and put them to good service.
Paul found the island's soil, for the most part, to be quite suitable for cultivation.
Harry discovered some fruit trees which, if properly tended, would give good harvests.
Most important were the large stands of timber embracing many types of wood. Frank, without too much difficulty, would be able to build houses for the little community.
As for Tom, the prospector, well, the rock formations of the island showed signs of rich mineral deposits. Lacking the tools, Tom still felt his ingenuity and initiative could produce metals from the ores.
So each could serve the common good with his special talent. All agreed to call the place Salvation Island. All gave thanks to Providence for the reasonably happy ending to what could have been stark tragedy.
3. True wealth
Here are the men at work.
The carpenter builds houses and makes furniture. At first they find their food where they can. But soon the fields are tilled and seeded, and the farmer has his crops.
As season followed season this island, this heritage of the five men, Salvation Island, became richer and richer.
Its wealth was not that of gold or of paper bank notes, but one of true value; a wealth of food and clothing and shelter, of all the things to meet human needs.
Each man worked at his own trade. Whatever surpluses he might have of his own produce, he exchanged for the surplus products of the others.
Life wasn't always as smooth and complete as they could have wished it to be. They lacked many of the things to which they had been accustomed in civilization. But their lot could have been a great deal worse.
Besides, all had experienced the depression in Canada. They still remembered the empty bellies side by side with stores crammed with food.
At least, on Salvation Island, they weren't forced to see the things they needed rot before their eyes. Taxes were unknown here. Nor did they go in constant fear of seizure by the bailiff. They worked hard but at least they could enjoy the fruits of their toil.
So they developed the island, thanking God and hoping for the day of reunion with their families, still in possession of life and health, those two greatest of blessings.
4. A serious inconvenience

Our men often got together to talk over their affairs.
Under the simple economic system which had developed, one thing was beginning to bother then more and more; they had no form of money. Barter, the direct exchange of goods for goods, had its drawbacks. The products to be exchanged were not always at hand when a trade was discussed. For example, wood delivered to the farmer in winter could not be paid for in potatoes until six months later.
Sometimes one man might have an article of considerable size which he wished to exchange for a number of smaller articles produced by different men at different times.
All this complicated business and laid a heavy burden on the memory. With a monetary system, however, each one could sell his products to the others for money. With this money he could buy from the others the things he wanted, when he wished and when they were available.
It was agreed that a system of money would indeed be very convenient. But none of them knew how to set up such a system. They knew how to produce true wealth - goods. But how to produce money, the symbol of this wealth, was something quite beyond them. They were ignorant of the origin of money, and needing it they didn't know how to produce it. Certainly, many men of education would have been in the same boat; all our governments were in that predicament during the ten years prior to the war. The only thing the country lacked at that time was money, and the governments apparently didn't know what to do to get it.

5. Arrival of a refugee
One evening, when our boys were sitting on the beach going over their problem for the hundredth time. they suddenly saw approaching, a small boat with a solitary man at the oars.
They learned that he was a refugee from war-torn, central Europe. Along with other emigrants he had boarded a ship bound for Australia. A storm had driven their ship on to a reef. He was the only survivor of the wreck. His name, Oliver Glucksterlingmann. They could remember only his first name.
Delighted to have a new companion, they provide him with the best they had and took him on an inspection tour of the colony.
"Even though we're lost and cut off from the rest of the world," they told him, "we haven't too much to complain about. The earth and the forest are good to us. We lack only one thing - money. That would make it easier for us to exchange our products."
"Well, you can thank Providence," replied Oliver, ''because I am a banker and in no time at all I'll set up a system of money guaranteed to satisfy you. Then you'll have everything that people in civilization have.
A banker!... A BANKER ! ... An angel coming down out of the clouds couldn't have inspired more reverence and respect in our men. For, after all, are we not accustomed, we people in civilization, to genuflect before bankers, those men who control the life-blood of finance ?
6. Civilization's god
Mr. Oliver, as our banker, your only occupation on this island will be to look after our money; no manual labour."
"I shall, like every other banker, carry out to complete satisfaction my task of forging the community's prosperity."
"Mr. Oliver, we're going to build you a house that will be in keeping with your dignity as a banker. But in the meantime, do you mind if we lodge you in the building we use for our get-togethers ?"
"That will suit me, my friends. But first of all, unload the boat. There's paper, and a printing press complete with ink and type; and there's a little barrel which I exhort you to treat with the greatest care."
They unloaded everything. The small barrel aroused intense curiosity in our good fellows.
"This barrel, Oliver announced, "contains treasure beyond dreams. It is full of . . . gold!"
Full of gold ! The five all but swooned. The god of civilization here on Salvation Island ! The yellow god, always hidden, yet terrible in its power; whose presence or absence or slightest caprice could decide the very fate of all the civilized nations !
"Gold ! Mr. Oliver, you are indeed a great banker !"
"Oh august majesty ! oh honorable Oliver ! great high priest of the god, gold ! accept our humble homage and receive our oaths of fealty !"
"Yes, my friends, gold enough for a continent. But gold is not for circulation. Gold must be hidden. Gold is the soul of healthy money, and the soul is always invisible. But I'll explain all that when you receive your first supply of money.".
7. The secret burial

Before they went their separate ways for the night, Oliver asked them one last question.
"How much money will you need to begin with in order to facilitate trading ?"
They looked at one another then deferentially towards the banker. After a bit of calculation and with the advice of the kindly financier, they decided that $200 each would do.
The men parted, exchanging enthusiastic comments. And in spite of the late hour, they spent most of the night lying awake, their imaginations excited by the picture of gold. It was morning before they slept.
As for Oliver, he wasted not a moment. Fatigue was forgotten in the interests of his future as a banker. By dawn's first light he dug a pit into which he rolled the barrel. He then filled it in, transplanting a small shrub to the spot about which he carefully arranged sod. It was well hidden.
Then he went to work with his little press to turn out a thousand $1 bills. Watching the clean new banknotes come from his press, the emigrant turned banker, thought to himself:
"My ! how simple it is to make money. All its value come from the products it will buy. Without produce these bills are worthless. My five naive customers don't realize that. They actually think that this new money derives its value from gold ! Their very ignorance makes me their master."
And as evening drew on, the five came to Oliver - on the run.
8. Who owns the new money
Five bundles of new banknotes were sitting on the table.
"Before distributing the money," said the banker, "I would like your attention.
"Now, the basis of all money is gold. And the gold stored away in the vault of my bank is my gold. Consequently, the money is my money. Oh ! don't look so discouraged. I'm going to lend you this money and you're going to use it as you see fit. However, you'll have to pay interest. Considering that money is scarce here, I don't think 8% is unreasonable."
"Oh, that's quite reasonable, Mr. Oliver."
"One last point, my friends. Business is business, even between pals. Before you get the money, each of you is going to sign a paper. By it you will bind yourselves to pay both interest and capital under penalty of confiscation of property by me. Oh ! this is a mere formality. Your property is of no interest to me. I'm satisfied with money. And I feel sure I'll get my money and that you'll keep your property."
"That makes sense, Mr. Oliver. We're going to work harder than ever in order to pay you back."
"That's the spirit. And any time you have a problem, come and see me. Your banker is your best friend. Now, here's two hundred dollars for each of you."
And our five brave fellows went away, their hands full of dollar bills, their heads swimming with the ecstasy of having money.
9. A problem in arithmetic
And so Oliver's money went into circulation on the island. Trade, simplified by money, doubled. Everybody was happy.
And the banker was always greeted with unfailing respect and gratitude.
But now, let's see... Why does Tom, the prospector, look so grave as he sits busily figuring with a pencil and paper ? It is because Tom, like the others, has signed an agreement to repay Oliver, in one year's time, the $200 plus $16 interest. But Tom has only a few dollars in his pocket and the date of payment is near.
For a long time he wrestled with the problem from his own personal point of view, without success. Finally he looked at it from the angle of the little community as a whole.
"Taking into consideration everyone on the island, as a whole, he mused, "are we capable of meeting our obligations ? Oliver turned out a total of $1000. He's asking in return $1080. But even if we bring him his every dollar bill on the island we'll still be $80 short. Nobody made the extra $80. We turn out produce, not dollar bills. So Oliver can take over the entire island since all the inhabitants together can't pay him back the total amount of capital and interest.
"Even if a few, without any thought for the others, were able to do so, those others would fall. And the turn of the first spared would come eventually. The banker will have everything. We'd better hold a meeting right away and decide what to do about it."
Tom, with his figures in his hand, had no difficulty in proving the situation. All agreed they had been duped by the kindly banker. They decided upon a meeting at Oliver's.
10 .The benevolent banker
Oliver guessed what was on their minds but put up his best front. While he listened, the impetuous Frank stated the case for the group.
"How can we pay you $1080 when there is only $1000 on the entire island ?"
"That's the interest, my friends. Hasn't your rate of production increased ?"
"Sure, but the money hasn't. And it's money you're asking for, not our products. You are the only one who can make money. You've made only $1000 and yet you ask; $1080. That's an impossibility !"
"Now listen. fellows. Bankers, for the greater good of community, always adapt themselves to the conditions of the times. I'm going to require only the interest. Only $80. You will go on holding the capital.''
"Bless you, Mr. Oliver ! Are you going, to cancel the $200 each of us owes you ?"
"Oh no ! I'm sorry, but a banker never cancels a debt. You still owe me all the money you borrowed. But you'll pay me, each year, only the interest. If you meet the interest payments faithfully each year I won't push for the capital. Maybe some won't be able to repay even the interest because of the money changing hands among you. Well, organize yourselves like a nation. Set up a system of money contributions, what we call taxes. Those who have more money will be taxed more: the poor will pay less. See to it that you bring me, in one lump sum, the total of the amount of interest and I'll be satisfied. And your little nation will
So our boys left, somewhat pacified but still dubious.
11. Oliver Glucksterlingmann exults
Oliver is alone. He is deep in reflection. His thoughts run thus:
"Business is good. These boys are good workers, but stupid. Their ignorance and naivety is my strength. They ask for money and I give them chains of bondage. They give me orchids and I pick their pockets.
"True enough, they could mutiny and throw me into the sea. But pshaw ! I have their signatures. They're good Christians. They're honest. They'll honor their pledges. Honest, hardworking people were put into this world to serve the financiers.
"Oh great Rothchild ! I feel your banking genius coursing through my entire being ! Oh, illustrious master ! how right you were when you said: "Give me control of a nation's money and I won't mind who makes its laws." I am the master of Salvation Island because I control its money.
"My soul is drunk with enthusiasm and ambition. I feel I could rule the universe. What I, Oliver Glucksterlingmann, have done here, I can do throughout the entire world. Oh ! if only I could get off this island ! I know how I could govern the world without wearing a crown.
My supreme delight would instill my philosophy in the mind of those who lead society; bankers, industrialists, politicians, reformers, teachers, journalists, - all would be my servants. The masses are content to live in slavery when the elite from among them are constitute their overseers."
And so the entire philosophy of banking, that spawn of Rothschild, was summed up in this ecstasy of Oliver Glucksterlingmann.
12. The cost of living unbearable
Meanwhile things went from bad to worse on Salvation Island. Production was up, bartering had dropped to a minimum. Oliver collected his interest regularly. The others had to think of setting money aside for him. Thus, money tended to clot instead of circulating freely.
Those who paid the most in taxes complained against those who paid less. They raised the prices of their goods to compensate for this loss. The unfortunate poor who paid no taxes lamented the high cost of living and bought less.
If one took a salaried job with another he was continually demanding increases in salary in order to meet the mounting cost of living.
Morale was low. The joy went out of living. No one took an interest in his work. Why should he ? Produce sold poorly. When they made a sale they had to pay taxes to Oliver. They went without things. It was a real crisis. And they accused one another of wanting in charity and of being the cause of the high cost of living.
One day, Harry, sitting in his orchard, pondered over the situation. He finally arrived at the conclusion that this "progress", born of a refugee's monetary system, had spoiled everything on the island. Unquestionably all five had their faults; but Oliver's system seemed to have been specifically designed to bring out the worst in human nature.
Harry decided to demonstrate this to his friends and to unite them for action. He started with Jim, who was not hard to convince. "I'm no genius", he said, "but for a long time now there's been a bad smell about this foreigner's system."
One by one they came to the same conclusion and ended by deciding upon another conference with Oliver. more here

Its ok its all under control..........

The world economy in three easy pictures

The economy

Traders reaction

The end result?

yeah right...................shear coincidence

Dozens of soldiers have died after the Taliban shot down a Nato helicopter - in the deadliest single attack on foreign troops since the Afghanistan war began in 2001.
Earlier reports said more than 20 Navy Seals from the unit that killed Osama bin Laden were among those killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan.
The operators from Seal Team Six were being flown by a crew of the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment, US officials officials.
One source says the team was thought to include 22 Seals, three Air Force air controllers, seven Afghan Army troops, a dog and his handler, and a civilian interpreter, plus the helicopter crew.

more here

Again let me remind people that Bin Laden was already dead in 2001

Report: Bin Laden Already Dead

Wednesday, December 26, 2001
Usama bin Laden has died a peaceful death due to an untreated lung complication, the Pakistan Observer reported, citing a Taliban leader who allegedly attended the funeral of the Al Qaeda leader.
"The Coalition troops are engaged in a mad search operation but they would never be able to fulfill their cherished goal of getting Usama alive or dead," the source said.
Bin Laden, according to the source, was suffering from a serious lung complication and succumbed to the disease in mid-December, in the vicinity of the Tora Bora mountains. The source claimed that bin Laden was laid to rest honorably in his last abode and his grave was made as per his Wahabi belief.
About 30 close associates of bin Laden in Al Qaeda, including his most trusted and personal bodyguards, his family members and some "Taliban friends," attended the funeral rites. A volley of bullets was also fired to pay final tribute to the "great leader."
The Taliban source who claims to have seen bin Laden's face before burial said "he looked pale ... but calm, relaxed and confident."

more here

Feeling manipulated YET?

Friday, August 5, 2011

US downgraded?!

S&P Downgrades US To AA+, Outlook Negative - Full Text

Bond Congressional Budget Office Debt Ceiling default Demographics France Germany Gross Domestic Product Medicare Monetary Policy ratings Recession recovery Reserve Currency Sovereigns Structured Finance Well, so much for the conspiracies. S&P has just released a scathing critique of the total chaos that this country's government has become. "The political brinksmanship of recent months highlights what we see as America's governance and policymaking becoming less stable, less effective,  and less predictable than what we previously believed. The statutory debt ceiling and the threat of default have become political bargaining chips in the debate over fiscal policy. Despite this year's wide-ranging debate, in our view, the differences between political parties have proven to be extraordinarily difficult to bridge, and, as we see it, the resulting agreement fell well short of the comprehensive fiscal consolidation program that some proponents had envisaged until quite recently. Republicans and Democrats have only been able to agree to relatively modest savings on discretionary spending while delegating to the Select Committee decisions on more comprehensive measures. It appears that for now, new revenues have dropped down on the menu of policy options. In addition, the plan envisions only minor policy changes on Medicare and little change in other entitlements, the containment of which we and most other independent observers regard as key to long-term fiscal sustainability." What to expect on Monday: " it is possible that interest rates could rise if investors re-price relative risks. As a result, our alternate scenario factors in a 50 basis point (bp)-75 bp rise in 10-year bond yields relative to the base and upside cases from 2013 onwards. In this scenario, we project the net public debt burden would rise from 74% of GDP in 2011 to 90% in 2015 and to 101% by 2021." And why all those who have said the downgrade will have no impact on markets will be tested as soon as Monday: "On Monday, we will issue separate releases concerning affected ratings in the funds, government-related entities, financial institutions, insurance, public finance, and structured finance sectors." Translation: unpredictable consequences: you are welcome!


Of course this should have happened a long time ago. After all its fiscal situation is not a lot different to Greece which is rated JUNK.
Whether they will actually have the guts to carry this through though I do not know. IF they do it means they have finally started doing their job.
If it goes through it will mean much higher interest rates , and thus more
foreclosures and more bank bailouts.
The end game for the Keynesian experiment is approaching.

Lets remind ourselves what little Timmy Geitner had to say a while back.
All you need to know (from April 2011):
Peter Barnes “Is there a risk that the United States could lose its AAA credit rating? Yes or no?”

Geithner’s response: “No risk of that.”

“No risk?” Barnes asked.

“No risk,” Geithner said.

Personally I wouldn't lend the United states so much as a Mars bar as long as cretins like this are in charge

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Outrageous:Murdoch attacker jailed for 6 weeks

Yet more proof of the fascist banana republic known as the UK
How can this even be construed as ASSAULT?
it was a foam pie for god sakes and if he did commit a crime why was this guy not allowed to go before a parliamentary commision like the real crook Murdoch?
Has anything happened to him yet?
WE don't have justice we just have JUST US. If you are rich and powerful you get away with anything but if the little people even so much as throw a foam pie in protest its off to the clink. This is the very definition of corrupt Banana republics

Wed Aug 3, 2011 10:53AM GMT
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A London court has sentenced the protester who threw a pie of shaving foam at media tycoon Rupert Murdoch to six weeks in prison, media reports said.

Jonathan May-Bowles, 26, pleaded guilty last week to assaulting the 80-year-old Murdoch as he was giving evidence before a British parliamentary committee about the phone-hacking scandal by his newspapers within his media group.

May-Bowles, also known by his comedy stage name “Jonnie Marbles”, is to serve three weeks of the sentence for disrupting proceedings when he launched a paper plate of shaving foam in Murdoch's face, while the latter was speaking at the House of Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee about the scandal.

Judge Daphne Wickham also ordered May-Boyles to pay 265 pounds in court costs.

The incident happened towards the end of the media mogul's appearance alongside his son, James, before MPs in the Wilson Room in Portcullis House on July 19.

Condemning the defendant's actions, Wickham said the committee before which Murdoch sat was "of huge importance" to many people.

"This is a parliamentary process, which as you know conducts itself with dignity and in a civilised fashion. Everybody else in the room expected that, with one exception - you", Wickham added.

May-Bowles, of Edinburgh Gardens, Windsor, Berkshire, admitted assault and causing harassment, alarm or distress at a hearing on Friday.

Tim Greaves, defending, said the part-time stand-up comic intended to "make a statement" through his actions.

"Slapstick and throwing pies dates back to the 1900s as a recognised form of protest," he said.

"He intended to express how he was feeling and how he believed the British public were feeling, and he sought to do that in the least harmful way he could", added the lawyer.

He said May-Bowles was an educated father of a young son who was involved in protest groups and had no previous criminal convictions.

Greaves returned to court later to announce that the protester was appealing against his sentence and to apply for bail.

He argued that the jail term was "excessive" and that sentencing guidelines had not been followed.

He said it was likely that May-Bowles would have served his sentence in full by the time the appeal came before a crown court judge.

But Wickham said she was not prepared to grant bail and ordered the comedian to remain in custody.


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Wednesday, August 3, 2011

9/11 conspiracy theory

The only conspiracy THEORY is the official story
How anyone belives the official story is beyond belief