America's future?


poiuytr said...

Just some basics...

1) West is THE disease. Line up all the evil criminals the planet's produced and you won't even begin to touch a routine day of the west beast in terms of its mind stopping crimes, most of which are deliberately dished out against defenceless children at that.

2) West has never ever produced a single one good thing to benefit -- even remotely -- the mankind. It's existence has meant one giant intercontinental genocide of all life on this planet and systematic destruction of all human achievements.

3) West now finds itself in what is a wall-to-wall prolapse. No part of west econ is working. No part of west makes or can hope to make some value. No part of west is necessary for the healthy functioning of all Freeworld's markets, established and forming. While west depends on and requires the planet to feed it, keep it warm, and cloth it.

4) There is no petrodollar. There is no dollar monopoly. West has no currency monopoly today! That's why there is no dollar and euro, the inbred cousing of the dollar. That's why west has no banking. That's why west has no real-estate. That's why west has no tradable mfg. And more beautifully even than that is the fact that today there is NO way for west to fix this like it did in say in 1973 or 1990.

5) Hence, the prolapse west is in is therefore fully terminal and completely incurable. The only reason west hasn't gone belly up just yet like USA Gulf & Atlantic sea-life is because west has been printing cash. It prints roughly 1 million/second (USD/EUR mix) to keep USA/EUnuchia pretense going. And some might say, given the increasing rot of west that it's a slipshod pretense at best. There is nothing west can do to hope to pay this insane debt and its only fate is devaluation, mayhem, poverty, civil strife, lockdown, and the other benefits of wall-to-wall prolapse.

6) West's last option is to provoke a big war, that is with someone capable of smacking west back across its snout, like for example Iran and many others today. But that too is terminal for west.

Anonymous said...

Those Americunts in those videos above should go masturbate to their Ron Paul posters or whoever is their latest false idol.

America doesn't deserve a future.

America deserves to be wiped off this planet as a predatory, exploitive empire that is has always been.

No sympathy for Ameriunts, a vampire nature from the grassroots on up.

Even the "antiwar" movement of America is a Big Lie.

Now, they are whining that America is losing the war--as if the USA is some benevolent power doing the rest of the world a favor by genociding millions of people from Iraq to Afghanistan.

All the pathentic American nationalist Pity Parties will fall on deaf ears outside the United Snakes of America.

poiuytr said...

8:46 -- Even the "antiwar" movement of America is a Big Lie.

Indeed. What masquerades as some pro-peace movement is no more than the whinging of the baboon who's just about now realising it's getting the bog flush.

And it's precisely in the west "revolt" screams and typically in the west fringe calling for radical changes in west policies where we find most amusement and entertainment. The USA teabag party or the SEP are nearly as fun as the west unemployment lines carrying banners "we want to work" or "don't close our schools". This is, of course, strongly rivaled in terms of sheer enjoyment, by the RV/tent parks popping up so rapidly across the drizzly isle of the saxonic crown kingdom that even the BBCNN whores have given this amusing west metamorphosis a prime time mention.

Keep up the good work, west neanderthals, your pain makes for fantastically delightful NBN content.


One must laugh at Petraeus' backpeddle. After going in to "win at all cost" just a few weeks ago, he too now is plotting to have a reconciliation chat with the biggest west enemy.

It's nearly as much a laugh, as comrade Obama's swim photo op proving that the entire 6 month spill of some 70 Valdez-size cargoes wiping out some 2-3K miles of USA coastline and destroying not just the Gulf Of Mexico but the West Atlantic up to New York now to boot didn't really happen.

Now consider the acumen of the creature this silly photo op was meant for.

poiuytr said...

Hello James!
I was editing the next NBN when you posted these so we were on at the same time... Good seeing you around again. Don't be a stranger now, drop me email if you find a few minutes.

Anonymous said...

FINANCE - 18.8.10

- Time running out for West
Great Recession has shrunk the time left to prevent a sovereign debt crisis.

- BoE votes 8-1 to hold rates
Rate setters keep interest rates at 0.5pc low despite 'substantial' risks.

- Soros dumps US shares
Legendary investors has reduced his exposure to Wall Street.

Anonymous said...

China Slashes U.S. Government Bond Holdings By The Largest Amount Ever: The nation’s holdings of long-term Treasuries fell in June for the first time in 15 months, dropping by $21.2 billion to $839.7 billion, a U.S. government report showed yesterday. Two- year yields headed for a fifth monthly decline in August, falling today to a record 0.48 percent.

Anonymous said...

West Econ News - 19.8.10

- Debt Virus Spreads During Make-Believe Recovery: Under the surface, the cracks in the euro are getting worse. The imbalances in the euro area are growing all the time. The resistance to the bailout package will rise as the terms turn out to be immoral and absurd. And the big-deficit nations are locked in a downward economic spiral.

- Time is running out for the West: The Great Recession has dramatically shrunk the time left for the big AAA states to prevent a full-blown sovereign debt crisis as their demographic time-bomb threatens, US rating agency Moody's has warned.

- George Soros slashes exposure to US equities: George Soros has slashed the amount of money he is willing to gamble on the fortunes of the US stock market in the second quarter as market volatility increased.

- 22 cities in danger of a double-dip recession: A new report from Moody's singled out 22 cities that are at risk of slipping back into a recession in as early as three months. To come to this conclusion, the economists considered dwindling progress in employment, housing starts, home prices and industrial production.

- Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac reform: Would it add $5 trillion to US debt?: The Obama administration held a conference Tuesday about how to reform mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Reform could involve adding Fannie and Freddie's roughly $5 trillion in obligations, in effect, to the federal balance sheet.

- US Says Bankruptcies Reach Nearly 5-Year High: U.S. bankruptcy filings have reached the highest level since 2005, government data released on Tuesday show, as the economy slows and the unemployment rate hovers just below double digits.

(A bit of the truth mingled with a lot of lies.)

Anonymous said...

From shock and awe to a quiet exit – US troops pull out of Iraq - 19.8.10

One senses the relief among the last US combat troops to leave Iraq, seven and a half years after the invasion.

(Withdrawal? Leaving behind some 50.000 troops? Splendid example! "Withdrawn" troops to be got ready for the next "surge" to Afghanistan? Or wherever next west wishes to attack?)

Anonymous said...

FINANCE - 19,8.10 (Telegraph Online)

- Shock US data hits shares
US, European markets tumble as recovery fears resurface.

- Borrowing falls as UK slides deeper into debt
Higher tax receipts cut borrowing to £3.8bn, but debt rise to £816bn.

Anonymous said...


"Recovery" Lies Are Worldwide
19.8.10 (WRH)

When a new supermarket opened today in Auckland it created 150 new jobs, but that was a small comfort for the 2550 people who applied for jobs there and missed out, Labour leader Phil Goff said today.

Anonymous said...

Update from Afghan Resistance - 19.8.10

- US invaders’ helicopter shot down in Logar battle, 8 killed, 7 injured Aug. 19
The helicopter was shot and destroyed by Mujahideen after it landed at the scene of fighting to provide reinforcements and attack Mujahideen in the outskirts of the provincial capital where heavy fighting was going on between Mujahideen and the US cowardly invaders Wednesday night at about 11:00 pm local time. At least 8 US invaders were killed with another 7 injured in the helicopter shoot-down. However, 3 Mujahideen were reported to have become martyrs and 2 hurt as a result of heavy air strikes and mortar rounds by the enemy.

- Mujahideen kill 3 cowardly militia, 2 wounded in Juzjan

- American invaders abandon base

- Helmand blast destroys US invaders' tank

- IED rips through US invaders' tank in Gerishk

- 2 US tanks destroyed in Helmand explosion

- Pathkhab base struck by missiles

- Missiles strike Bagram airbase

- 5 US invading troops killed in Kunar

- Jalalabad airfield comes under missiles strikes

- Investigative officer of NDS (spy agency) killed in Logar

- 5 US invaders killed, 2 wounded in bombings

- 3 puppets killed in Logar, vehicle destroyed

- A dozen of US invaders killed or injured as two tanks blown apart in Helmand

- More US invading force’s tanks destroyed in Helmand

Anonymous said...

Anglo colonizer nations like New Zealand committing war crimes in its imperial occupation of Afghanistan.

"New Zealand SAS investigated over handling of Afghan prisoners"

Anonymous said...

Exactly, NZ is a horror of a country, pretending to be paradise on earth and fully innocent of any west crimes. Bof! It's a Brit colony with Italians and Israelis being the two other main ruling groups. Hateful people, hateful politics. And only the downtrodden Maori deserve any small sign of respect from us.

Anonymous said...

Prof. Chossudovsky: People's Republic of China is Already World's Largest Economy, US media is full of shit! (20.8.10)

It has been widely predicted that China's economy will become the largest in the world by the year 2020, overtaking the US.
This week alone the country was said to have surpassed Japan to become the world's second biggest economy in terms of GDP. Earlier this year it officially overtook Germany to become the biggest exporter.
However, Michel Chossudovsky from the Centre for Research of Globalization in Canada argues that GDP is not representative of the actual strength of an economy, which could mean that China's economy is already the biggest in the world.
“A large share of the commodities that we consume in the US, Canada, Western Europe are made in China,” Chossudovsky said. “The US economy imports cheap at $1. They resell at ten, and the GDP goes up by nine dollars. That is how it works. GDP is not a measurement of productive assets; it is a measurement of value added.”

Anonymous said...

Russian Scholar Warns Of ‘Secret’ U.S. Climate Change Weapon
Ashley Cleek
Radio Free Europe
August 18, 2010

As Muscovites suffer record high temperatures this summer, a Russian political scientist has claimed the United States may be using climate-change weapons to alter the temperatures and crop yields of Russia and other Central Asian countries.

In a recent article, Andrei Areshev, deputy director of the Strategic Culture Foundation, wrote, “At the moment, climate weapons may be reaching their target capacity and may be used to provoke droughts, erase crops, and induce various anomalous phenomena in certain countries.”

The article has been carried by publications throughout Russia, including “International Affairs,” a journal published by the Foreign Ministry and by the state-owned news agency RIA Novosti.

In an telephone interview with RFE/RL, Areshev appeared to back off from claims he made in the article, saying that he was merely positing a theory.

Anonymous said...

The Gulf Oil Spill is NOT over, contrary to the "happy face" propaganda peddled by the West and America.

White House numbers on oil spill challenged at congressional hearing

Anonymous said...

Quite right. The G Oil Spill is an ongoing story. We've certainly not heard the last of it. And it's overall consequences haven't even been touched upon seriously so far. But PR has reached new heights in playing down the story. Only sad thing: no one believes anything media says any longer. The G Oil Spill is here to stay.

Anonymous said...

Gunmen torch NATO trucks in Pakistan
Fri Aug 20, 2010

Militants have attacked two trucks carrying supplies to NATO and US forces in Afghanistan, burning them in Pakistan's southwestern Baluchistan province.

The attack was carried out by a group of unidentified armed men when the vehicles were parked at a depot in Khuzdar district, in the center of the province, local police officials told Press TV.

The militants opened fire on the vehicles and then set them ablaze. The supply trucks were reduced to a twisted mass of metal by the massive fire. The tankers were on their way to the Afghan border from the southern port of Karachi.

The bulk of supplies and equipment required by NATO and US-led forces battling the Taliban in landlocked Afghanistan passes through the restive Khyber Agency in northwest Pakistan.
Pakistani authorities have deployed heavy contingents of police and military forces on all major routes to curb militant attacks on supplies trucked to Afghanistan through the Khyber Agency.

Hundreds of trucks and containers have been torched or plundered over the last few years in the restless tribal district along the Afghan border. The attacks, especially in the Khyber region, have forced NATO to look for alternative routes, including through central Asia.

Anonymous said...

'True' UK debt is £4.8 trillion - 21.8.10
(Telegraph Online)

Institute of Economic Affairs says deficit is £78,000 for every person.

Anonymous said...

RE: Russian Scholar Warns Of ‘Secret’ U.S. Climate Change Weapon

The most interesting thing about that article is the fact that an Anglo-American propaganda outlet like Radio Free Europe published it in the first place.

Perhaps, America and the West are somewhat nervous that Russia is ripping the mask off of American Weather WMDs?

Anonymous said...

FINANCE - 22.8.10 (Telegraph Online)

- Interest rates 'may hit 8pc' in two years
Economic think tank warns of a return to boom and bust as inflation soars.

- Food shares worth their salt
How to make money from rising food and commodity prices.

(The latest and most painful bubble being prepared: speculation on food availability and prices. The pits, the pits.)

Anonymous said...

20.8.10 - Eight Banks Closed by the FDIC

- Sonoma Valley Bank, Sonoma, CA
- Los Padres Bank, Solvang, CA
- Butte Community Bank, Chico, CA
- Pacific State Bank, Stockton, CA
- ShoreBank, Chicago, IL
- Imperial Savings & Loan Association, Martinsville , VA
- Independent National Bank, Ocala, FL
- Community National Bank of Bartow, Bartow, FL

Anonymous said...

Israel says Iranian reactor use 'totally unacceptable' - 21.8.10

In a statement issued after the Islamic Republic celebrated the launch of its reactor in Bushehr, Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman Yossi Levy said: "It is totally unacceptable that a country that so blatantly violates resolutions of the (United Nations) Security Council, decisions of the International Atomic Energy Agency and its commitments under the NPT (non-proliferation treaty) should enjoy the fruits of using nuclear energy."

Anonymous said...

Israel: Shut the hell up.

Like America and the West in general, your days on this planet are numbered.

On Facebook: Israeli Terrorist Poses With Bound Arabs

Anonymous said...

Indeed, they should shut the hell up, good ole murderous Israhell. Indeed, their days are numbered along with those of their masters/slaves. History has abandoned them and turned its face elsewhere. Ah, the see-saw of power and morality! I'm glad that along with poiuytr we can witness this momentous upheaval.

Anonymous said...

Gulf oil spill: Most of the oil remains

The Los Angeles Times | Bill Lehr, senior scientist with NOAA’s Office of Restoration and Response, said booming and burning probably cleaned up only about 10% of the spilled oil.

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