Eυχαριστίες Ελλάδα

Going on the 4th exhausting year, our Greek brothers -- on behalf of what's left of humanity on this saxon lizard-raped planet -- confront the west beast sickness. (Some pix links may break. After all, they come from the same west media whores who sell the 911 evaporating aircraft and self-imploding building grot; Somalian fishing boat piracy; Hussein WMDs; and/or D Kelly suicide walks. By the way, these west morons whose first and only tongue is this one couldn't, for their dearest life, work out the spelling of "protester" and so to be correct at least once used several incarnations of the word in the same article.)

Incidentally, it's these media whores who refer to the latest Greek wave of saxonic rape as "Greece Bailout #2" and "Voluntary Bond Swap".

Of course, it's neither a "bailout", nor a "second" one at that and it's not a "bond swap" of any kind and certainly it has nothing to do with anything even remotely "voluntary". Every single thing the west BBCNN whore says these days is patent lunacy at best.

In the broad west whore terms, Luciferas Papaldemon, the germanic appointed NWO junta kingpin has just enacted a mandatory int'l reflow of cash into the west beast pocket while increasing rape of Greece in, what can only be, a deliberate push to heighten civil strife -- perhaps in order to lay pretext for Barbarossa South to crush the Acropolis under the beast's jackboot once and for all.

While sold as a 130B EUR gift to Greece, it's no more than printed cash being routed into the pocket of the beast that prints it. It probably doesn't even touch Greece lands. In fact, it's so psychotic that Papaldemon's governance may be rewriting Greek constitution to reflect that Greeks' priority henceforth is not Greece but debt servicing. This is truly some psychotic stuff.

But it gets richer than this. In order to implement this round of int'l theft, the beast is forcing Greeks not to have yet another haircut, but to go totally bald on this one.

It's getting so petty that Greeks are forced to fork out 14B EUR by mid-March. If you consider that 14B is something that comrade Obama, the ruler of child-murdering west herds, prints up every ~40 hrs, it's clear that none of the austerity has anything whatever to do with economy but with everything with the deliberate lining of our Greek brothers against the wall by predicating more theft of pensions, wages, and life in general.

Now, for those who still somehow cling on to the BBCNN war blather, consider that the last round of austerity produced a 15% y2y drop in Greek manufacturing and over 11% y2y drop in industrial output while raising out-of-school unemployment to 50%. So even going by the west whore austerity and other such tot limericks, "haircuts" don't seem to improve a thing. But the west whores and their employers, the fiendish Luciferian orders of organ thieves, couldn't be arsed with such first-grader mistake in their arithmetic, when they're busy doing grant deeds like resurrecting the hitler's NWO wetdream.

As bailout is no more than a code word for theft and more consolidation of assets by the west beast, neither is "bond swap" a bond swap.

Now this is some fantastic stuff! Bonds have ceased to be bonds in west. The whole premise of this fiscal instrument is the idea that the lent moneys is bonded at a set schedule, hence the name. Here, however, the Moloch-serving lizards once again rewrite the definition as they did for other silly west words like banks, democracy, peace, foreign aid, truth, physics, god, elections,... well, you name it!

What they mean by "bond swap" is the arbitrary reduction of the Greek outstanding bonds by some 75% of value across the board. This magic trick is achieved by simply shaving off of over 50% of their face value plus squeezing yields to pifly 2%, which quite "incidentally" at last puts them on par with german ones, which seem to have touched the near 2% mark by late Jan12, just when they were concocting this marvelous little scheme.

Quite frankly, there aren't words to describe neither the insanity of west nor the disease producing it -- much like there aren't words to even begin to outline the madness of the laughable west einstein jesuit physics rubbish, euler usury principle of magically exploding interests, or the copernicus revolution, which discovers things already fully known and used for over 4,5 millennia.

And since there truly aren't words to sum the west disease, let's turn to pictures exposing the true face of the greatest evil ever to disgorge in our part of the galaxy bent on suffocating both humanity and our once beautiful planet.

Now, who's the terrist (sic) now? Let's just hope someone doesn't get the silly idea of posting the names of these hero robocops on some blog.

Thessaloniki joins Athens, 12Feb12,

Athens, 150 shops, 50 buildings, injury score: ~50 humans to ~70 NWO 911 robocops.

War zone between humanity and the 911 west disease.

Note the gear of our Greek brothers as they face the rioting robocops.

Robocops still fired up for their beautiful jobs serving the west pedophile beast?

West values, culture, and civilisation are just code words for this. Never in the entire history of the west beast, has the miscreant done a single thing for the benefit of mankind or our planet. Not once! All the creature knows is murder, genocide, plunder and it's given our planet 2K years of it nonstop.

The battle against evil rages on.

The yank's Starfux gets a rather fetching facelift.

Cinema falls victim to the street vandalising robocops.

Syntagma Square, Athens.

No baton, no west.

Greek junta opposition chucking the "austerity" assault book. Note it's a bit of novel there, the rape book.

And now, let's turn to Nigel for a few words on the matter.

Note the intervention by the obese saxonic creature near the end of the clip. It's of course 100% lie like all other west drivel.

Nazis were never prosecuted in the USA-UK-France-Germany axis bloc. In fact, SS officers were reinstated and drew state pensions, something Greeks aren't allowed to do today. West complex producing the murder machine was fully absolved in the USA-scripted Nurnberg charade. Wehrmacht officers ditto, plus they were rearmed in early 50s by the beast bloc contrary to all int'l treaties signed in 1945. Mass murderers like M Rostock or Sachsenhausen Serge, among thousands of others, lived happily away in their germanic viper nests enjoying old age and the security of their retirement years. USA adopted some 20K nazis to aid with their governance programmes, many of which still remain the baboon's heroes today. And let's not forget that the head of all west religions is a pretty little nazi boy himself.

Now, this technically has nothing whatever to do with the current west bankster comedy of the 2nd Greek Bailout, Bond Swaps, Greek haircuts, and so on, but it has everything to do with the protracted war on humanity waged by the west beast against our planet -- in part echoed in this Greek Bailout farce and the pictures above.


Anonymous said...

Thunderous applause, ladies and gentlemen, thunderous applause should greet this impassioned denunciation of what EU is doing in Greece. Or, if we prefer, of the latest crucifixion by west forces of an entire people, only this time within the boundaries of Europe itself. Which will not be a one-off either since, as Nigel Farrage so rightly points out, Portugal is gearing up to be next on the list.

Nussiminen, what do you say? Surreal might eventually be applied to this incredible behaviour as well, don't you think, apart from being wholly apt in describing west genocide among the poorer, weaker Muslim countries.

Anonymous said...

I did enjoy this very close-to-the-facts piece on Greece and the photographic evidence supplied with it. I'd like to add to it something i've just read which goes to show how west is absolutely devoid of any commonsense, to say the least.

"Strange news from destitute Greece: while smoke was still rising from burnt-out department stores after the latest austerity measures led to violent protest in Athens, it was announced that work would begin next month on a a new $800m cultural center that will grace the city with a 1,400-seat opera house designed by Renzo Piana.

Most of the money behind this grand venture comes from the privately-funded Stavros Niarchos Foundation. To put a positive spin on it, you could perhaps commend the Greeks for their support of the arts in extremis. But going ahead with this project at this time is madness, not to say provocative. It brings the foundation into disrepute for spending so much on a bauble while some people are starving; and it brings opera into disrepute for taking the money. When it is built it will then leave the Greek government with a white-elephant building it can't afford to maintain.

That no one involved seems to see the problem may explain why Greece is in a mess. The Niarchos Foundation is still touting a preposterous video in which Piano insists that with his building "everything becomes magic, everything is beautiful": As things stand there's a real risk that everything, like those department stores, becomes a smouldering ruin."

Nussiminen said...

Of course one might well perceive these very manifest cataclysms and convulsions of the dysfunctional You're_a_Peon Union as "surreal". At any rate, it certainly testifies to the West's congenital idiocy that the EU doesn't hesitate to instigate civil wars in its very own member countries -- at the obvious risk of losing everything in one fell swoop to Russia and China. Indeed, as the Russian Presidential Election approaches, watch out for some of the most imbecilic, pathetic stunts the Corporate Media have in store to come out. Too bad Putin is too intelligent for the machinatios of any Western spin-doctors; ditto his solid electoral base.

All in all, the main conclusion here is that the EU constitutes the weakest link in the West beast's chain, and that chain is breaking right before our very eyes. A toast to Greece!

Anonymous said...

Nussinibeb, terrific find: You're-a-Peon Union, worthy of the Master himself! We'll join you in raising our glass to Greece. As for Russia, here's a Putin article of great value.

Anonymous said...

Being Strong - Part One

Why Russia needs to rebuild its military.


In a world of upheaval there is always the temptation to resolve one's problems at another's expense, through pressure and force.

It is no surprise that some are calling for resources of global significance to be freed from the exclusive sovereignty of a single nation. This cannot happen to Russia, not even hypothetically.

In other words, we should not tempt anyone by allowing ourselves to be weak. We will, under no circumstances, surrender our strategic deterrent capability. Indeed, we will strengthen it.

We will not be able to strengthen our international position or develop our economy or our democratic institutions if we are unable to protect Russia.

We see ever new regional and local wars breaking out. We see new areas of instability and deliberately managed chaos. There also are attempts to provoke such conflicts even close to Russia's and its allies' borders. The basic principles of international law are being degraded and eroded, especially in terms of international security.

Under these circumstances, Russia cannot rely on diplomatic and economic methods alone to resolve conflicts. Our country faces the task of sufficiently developing its military potential as part of a deterrence strategy. This is an indispensable condition for Russia to feel secure and for our partners to listen to our country's arguments.

We have adopted and are implementing unprecedented programs to develop our armed forces and modernize Russia's defense industry. We will allocate around 23 trillion rubles for these purposes over the next decade. This is not a militarization of the Russian budget, however.

Our goal should be to build a fully professional army. Servicemen must have a full package of social benefits adequate to their enormous social responsibility.

It's clear there have been plenty of discussions over the amount and timing of this large-scale financing. The goal of creating modern armed forces and of comprehensively strengthening our defensive potential cannot be put off.

In fact, our defense centers and enterprises have missed several modernization cycles in the last 30 years. Yet we have made great strides in reforming the army. High-readiness forces manned with contract soldiers have been formed in all strategic areas. Self-sufficient units have been created. A unit of this type carried out the peace enforcement operation in Georgia in 2008 and defended the peoples of South Ossetia and Abkhazia.

Our navy has resumed its presence in strategic areas of the world's oceans, including the Mediterranean.

So what does the future have in store for us? The probability of a global war between nuclear powers is not high, because that would mean the end of civilization. Nobody will dare launch a large-scale aggression against us.

High-precision, long-range conventional weapons will become increasingly common. An important, if not decisive, role in determining the nature of armed conflict will be played by the military capability of a country to counter space or information-related threats, especially in cyberspace.

Anonymous said...

Being Strong - Part Two

We must also take resolute steps to strengthen our aerospace defenses. We are being pushed into action by the U.S. and NATO missile defense policies. A global balance of forces can be guaranteed either by building our own missile defense shield — an expensive and to date largely ineffective undertaking — or by developing the ability to overcome any missile defense system and protect Russia's retaliation potential, which is far more effective. Russia's military and technical response to the U.S. global missile defense system and its European section will be effective and asymmetrical.

Similarly, the activities that the world's leading military powers have initiated around the Arctic are forcing Russia to secure our interests in that region.

Some people argue that rebuilding our military-industrial complex will saddle the economy with a heavy burden, the same burden that bankrupted the Soviet Union. I am sure this is profoundly delusionary.

The USSR collapsed due to the suppression of natural market forces in the economy and long-running disregard for the interests of the people. We cannot repeat the errors of the past.

The huge resources invested in modernizing our military-industrial complex and re-equipping the army must serve as fuel to feed the engines of modernization in our economy, creating real growth and a situation where government expenditure funds new jobs, supports market demand, and facilitates scientific research.

We will be resolute in eliminating corruption from the defense industry and the armed forces, ensuring that punishment for those who fall foul of the law is inevitable. Corruption in the national security sector is essentially treason.

We must rely on the very latest developments in the art of war. Falling behind means becoming vulnerable. It means putting our country and the lives of our soldiers and officers at risk.

The objective is to strengthen, not weaken, our national economy and create an army and military industry that will secure Russia's sovereignty, the respect of our partners, and lasting peace.


Anonymous said...

France’s secret war against the Syrian people

During the assault on the rebel stronghold in the Homs district of Bab Amr, the Syrian army took more than 1,500 prisoners, mostly foreigners. Of these, a dozen French nationals requested the status of prisoner of war, refusing to give their identity, rank and unit of assignment. One of them is a Colonel working for the DGSE transmission service.


Anonymous said...

About the last week of March, Greece should be out of EU and ready to take a breath in freedom again. It is now the German Minister for the Interior who has also joined the chorus of those suggesting this measure for the people of Greece. But, of course, not before Greece has been divested of its national gold on EU orders.
Then it will be the turn of Portugal and Hungary, and, and, and... Ireland will be safe in this respect. Apparently it owns no more than 6 tons of the precious metal.

Anonymous said...

Syrians head to polls in referendum on new constitution

People in Syria are heading to the polling stations across the country to cast their ballots in a national referendum on a new constitution.

Anonymous said...

And talking of polling stations, here's the latest for March 4, Russia:

Poll Predicts Putin Will Win Russian Election
February 24, 2012

Prime Minister Vladimir Putin is expected to
be elected Russia’s new president with two-thirds of the vote, reversing a drop in popularity following December’s fraud-tainted
parliamentary election, according to a leading independent poll published Friday.

Lev Gudkov, the chief of poll company Levada Center, said the latest data showed Putin may win
up to 66 percent of ballots in the first round of the March 4 presidential election.

The data indicated Putin’s fortunes have changed dramatically following the parliamentary
election that stoked massive public protests against his rule. He needs to win more than 50 percent of the vote to avoid a runoff that would
tarnish his ‘father-of-the nation’ image.

Putin won his previous two presidential terms in 2000 and 2004 in the first round, but moved into the prime minister’s job in 2008 due to term
limits. He has remained Russia’s No. 1 leader, but his support has dropped amid growing public irritation with massive corruption and
growing social inequality.

Levada’s data indicated that a run-off is “practically impossible,” Gudkov’s deputy,
Alexei Grazhdankin told The Associated Press. “Any dramatic change in
the situation is unlikely to happen in the remaining week,” he added.

Two other leading poll agencies had earlier predicted an outright victory for Putin. The opposition had pinned all hopes on a run-off.

Anonymous said...

George Osborne: UK has run out of money

The Government 'has run out of money' and cannot afford debt-fuelled tax cuts or extra spending, George Osborne has admitted.

Mr Osborne is under severe pressure to boost growth, amid signs the economy is slipping back into a recession.

In a stark warning ahead of next month’s Budget, the Chancellor said there was little the Coalition could do to stimulate the economy.

Mr Osborne made it clear that due to the parlous state of the public finances the best hope for economic growth was to encourage businesses to flourish and hire more workers.

“The British Government has run out of money because all the money was spent in the good years,” the Chancellor said. “The money and the investment and the jobs need to come from the private sector.”

Mr Osborne’s bleak assessment echoes that of Liam Byrne, the former chief secretary to the Treasury, who bluntly joked that Labour had left Britain broke when he exited the Government in 2010.

He left David Laws, his successor, a one-line note saying: “Dear Chief Secretary, I’m afraid to tell you there’s no money left”.

(Except, obviously, for warmongering efforts.)

Anonymous said...

6.7 magnitude earthquake strikes southwestern Siberia
February 26, 2012

SIBERIA - The 6.7 magnitude earthquake that struck the Tyva republic in Russia’s East Siberia on Sunday will trigger a new series of earthquakes in the region, a Russian scientist said. “Judging from the data received from our stations, this is not the continuation of the Tyva earthquake that occurred in late 2011 with its epicenter at the Academician Obruchev Ridge but signals a new series of earthquakes,” said Viktor Seleznyov, director of the Geophysical Institute at the Siberian branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The earthquake, the second powerful tremor in East Siberia in the past two months, had its epicenter located 107 km (66 miles) east of the city of Kyzyl near the border with Mongolia, at a depth of 15 km. The earthquake struck at 10:20 a.m. Moscow time (06:20 GMT) with a magnitude of 6 to 7 points in the epicenter. The earthquake caused no casualties or damage, according to preliminary data reported by the Russian Emergencies Ministry. The previous earthquake with a 6.7 magnitude occurred in December 2011 in the Kaa-Khemsky district of Tyva, some 100 km east of the city of Kyzyl, at a depth of 10 km. The tremor caused no destruction or casualties. The next earthquake was expected to strike closer to Lake Baikal. Normally, a fault that becomes active in one area causes a series of decreasing tremors by their magnitude, he said. “In this case, it is most likely that some neighboring fault became active near the previous one. This means that Tyva will now be rattled by two series of earthquakes simultaneously,” he said. This is the second large earthquake to strike Siberia in two months. –Ria

(Siberia being nuked by any chance or at the mercy of HAARP?)

Anonymous said...

INTERESTING STAT: 80 percent of Greeks have or own their own homes in the countryside. And it's not a bad countryside either...

Anonymous said...

I say, thanks a lot. Interesting indeed. They probably want to whittle that figure down to under 10% now so the rest can be sold off or simply given to the foreign powers hovering over them. But I do believe the Greeks will find a way out of this labyrinth. They have done so in the past.

Anonymous said...

Syrian Referendum - 27.2.12

Syria’s Interior Minister has announced that 89 per cent of those who took part in the referendum have voted in favor of a new constitution. The new law puts an end to five decades of one-party rule among other reforms put forward by President Assad.
Interior Minister Ibrahim al-Shaar announced the results of the referendum at a press conference on Monday.­

According to the minister, out of 14,580,000 Syrians eligible to vote some 8,376,000, or about 57 per cent, actually came to the polling stations and voted, RT’s Maria Finoshina reports from Damascus.

Anonymous said...

China calls US critique on Syria "super arrogant"

A foreign ministry spokesman called the comments unacceptable, and the official Communist Party newspaper described the criticism as "super arrogant".

Mrs Clinton on Friday called China and Russia's veto of a UN resolution on Syria "despicable".

The Chinese criticism came a day after Syria held a national referendum on a new constitution. The referendum calls for a multi-party parliamentary election within three months. The opposition has dismissed Sunday's vote as a farce.


Ms Clinton made her remarks at the Friends of Syria conference in Tunisia, a meeting of diplomats boycotted by China and Russia that sought an end to the crisis.

The US Secretary of State said it was "quite distressing" to see two Security Council members using their vetoes "while people are being murdered".

"It is just despicable and I ask whose side are they on? They are clearly not on the side of the Syrian people."

China's veto has left Beijing open to criticism that it sides with dictators and repressive regimes and is encouraging Syria's crackdown”

Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei, when asked for Beijing's response, said China "cannot accept that at all", AFP news agency reported.

Communist Party mouthpiece the People's Daily was more outspoken.

"The United States' motive in parading as a 'protector' of the Arab peoples is not difficult to imagine," it said in a commentary. "The problem is, what moral basis does it have for this patronising and egotistical super-arrogance and self-confidence?"

"Even now, violence continues unabated in Iraq and ordinary people enjoy no security. This alone is enough for us to draw a huge question mark over the sincerity and efficacy of US policy," it added.

Anonymous said...

Many households in Germany are no longer able to pay their electricity bills. As a result, around half a million households are sitting in the dark.

The sharp price increases for electricity and gas is leading to serious payment problems for more and more consumers – even to dark apartments. Because of unpaid bills an estimated 600,000 households in Germany had their power cut off in 2010, said the consumer watch dog Verbraucherzentrale Nordrhein-Westfalen which is based in Düsseldorf. This estimate is based on a survey of local energy providers in Germany’s most populous state.

“Price increases of around 15 percent for electricity and gas in the past two years have made energy for many households unaffordable”, said CEO Klaus Mueller. The increasing fuel poverty is alarming. What is more, ever tighter household budgets and regularly lacking competence in keeping personal finances in check are turning claims arising from unpaid energy bills quickly into an insurmountable cost trap.

Three-quarters of the 58 companies that responded to questions from the NRW consumer group reported growing problems related to energy debt and power outages. In 2010, the surveyed utilities in North Rhine-Westphalia alone sent out three million reminders for unpaid electricity bill. They issued 340,000 blocking threats and cut off power to 62,000 customers.

According to extrapolations by consumer protection groups, power has been cut off to about 120,000 households in NRW alone and to about 600,000 households nationwide. The estimates of the energy companies are consistent with the experience of the consumer advocates. A spokeswoman from the NRW consumer watch dog added that their consumer advice increasingly focuses on the question of how to comply with payment obligations towards energy suppliers.

Anonymous said...

S&P officially downgrades Greece credit rating to 'selective default' - 27.2.12

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services has downgraded Greece’s sovereign credit rating to 'selective default' in response to the country’s decision to involve the private sector in its comprehensive debt restructuring.

How wonderfully creative these rating agencies have become. Selective default, is it? The last time a few day ago, if memory serves aright it was default highly likely, Moody's speaking. Soon we'll be able to compile a whole book on various types of default seen through the eyes of the rating agencies. Wonder when the Greeks will hit back and say: "Default, who says? Like Ecuador, for instance, We are simply victims of "odious" debt. We need to pay back not a cent."

poiuytr said...
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poiuytr said...

The west beast goes lunatic!

Not that it wasn't in the first place. Screaming DNA-level lunacy, after all, is the basic prerequisite for carving organs out of stolen people, bombing everyone unarmed with DU shells, and/or burning to death thousands of own people just to catch everyone's attention.

But the insanity is growing just as exponentially as is the west-wide wonderful prolapse.

We now have germs sending 160 trained tax collectors to ensure that Greeks are properly rinsed out of their last coin. 160 of them are being dispatched by the Greek governance sitting in some bunker in Berlin. This isn't a joke, though it sounds like some forgotten Monty Python sketch. They're completely serious, the mad lizards of the west cesspits.

And it gets better. Apparently only some of them speak some Greek. Now this oughtta be amusing. Perhaps, the next round of the routine west bankster "bailout" heists will require Greeks to speak germian.

I can, for the world, no longer imagine what goes on in the heads of these monkeys when they come up with this nonsense.

And Papademon went on TV to threaten Greeks with social and economy chaos if they don't agree to more social and economy chaos to begin with.

Again, not a joke! You see the pics above. But somehow our poor Berlin-crowned ruler of all Greek occupied lands and isles hasn't apparently noticed that everything he's threatened Greeks with on TV last night has been going on quite actively for 3+ yrs already.

I mean this is silly even for these NWO lizards but here it is, west lunacy open for all to see.


BTW, I love the image of half a million germs sitting in some damp dark zimmer muttering to each other. Perhaps, they can while away the long cold pitch black hours with the warm stories of Stalingrad.

In fact, I'm pleased with Detrot circumstances coming to germia so much that I've turned on all my lights, just for fun, just to load the grid a bit for a spass, as the slap-dance loons say down their way.


And USA madmen asking "who's side you're on"?

I can just see the flummoxed grin trying to affect some hollowwood pose when they try delivering these Terminator monosyllable lines often harping on the same three simple words like "WMDs, look here! WMD, here, huh, here, look, proof, WMD".

"Who's side you're on?", "Bring it on" and, for good measure "this is despicable", no doubt delivered with a fume of spit all sounds like it's from one of the highly rated USA films like "When Daddy Comes Home He Will Kill Everyone With A Chainsaw And Set Off Slo-mo Explosions, Pt IV".


And yank baboons? Well, they're in gyms exercising their forearms and learning to read "Paul" to pull Ron Paulie's lever -- the man that shall deliver them all. After all, he's denounced 911 truth and has long since "abandoned" such heretic views himself. Clearly, there's an upright republican at last!


Neither, the west crimes nor west advanced mental rot affecting west on all levels can be invented. No wonder yank baboons claim so many alien abductions per year. Who wouldn't be fascinated by this astonishing west disease?

Anonymous said...

The Nuking of the Dollar - Phase Two?

Iran Moves Further To End Petrodollar, Announces Will Accept Payment In Gold Instead Of Dollars
February 28, 2012

Much has been spun in recent weeks to indicate that as a result of collapsing trade, Iran's economy is in shambles and that the financial embargo hoisted upon the country by the insolvent, pardon, developed world is working. We had a totally different perspective on things "A Very Different Take On The "Iran Barters Gold For Food" Story" in which we essentially said that Iran, with the complicity of major trading partners like China, India and Russia is preparing to phase out the petrodollar: a move which would be impossible if key bilateral trade partners would not agree to it. Gradually it appears this is increasingly the case following a just released Reuters report that "Iran will take payment from its trading partners in gold instead of dollars, the Iranian state news agency IRNA quoted the central bank governor as saying on Tuesday."

So this is what the Governor of the Central Bank of Iran Mahmoud Bahmani has to say: the country can trade in currencies other than the American dollar in its foreign transactions.

“Iran does not just work with the dollar in trade transactions and every country can pay in its own currency,” said Mahmoud Bahmani on Tuesday.

Bahmani added that Tehran could receive gold in its transactions instead of currency transfers.

In case a country is willing to pay for the price of its imports from Iran in gold, there is no problem in this respect, he noted.

According to Bahmani, Iran imports commodities from China and India in exchange for the countries’ currencies. Tehran’s move is aimed at bypassing the upcoming freeze on CBI’s assets and the oil embargo, which the European Union's foreign ministers agreed to impose on the Islamic Republic.

Now this would be great news for Greece which as previously reported had at times relied for more than 50% of its crude imports on Iran. There is just one problem: very soon the country will no longer have said gold in its possession, as part of the preapproved Greek bailout of Europe, the country's constitution would be changed to reflect that even its gold now is part of the bailout conditions, and European banks have a lien on it. Especially if said gold is located in the basement of the NY Fed where it most likely resides.

As for other countries, such as China which we are confident has been quietly stockpiling gold in the last few years, and will make a surprise announcement any day now, as it did back in 2009... that's a different matter entirely.

And while on the subject, Venezuela has made it clear, sanctions or no sanctions, that it will continue oil supplies to its friend and ally Syria.

Anonymous said...

> nuking dollar

Japan sidled up to China to do Yen-Yuan trade dumping the intermediary hyperinflated slightly greenish toilet paper.

Now, is Japan "despicable" too, comrade Obama?

(poiuytr, not signed in)

Anonymous said...

Poiuytr, great you're back and as feisty as ever. Japan despicable? Comrade Obama, along with his nearest and dearest, seems to have nuked the poor country again not so long ago. This time round, I doubt very much that Japan will bow its head and renew its slave-master relationship with the nuke-happy USans and Co. Its close alliance with neighbour China is now going to replace its former alliance with the torturers of Japan. That is, as far as I can see, an absolute given. So not only is it "despicable", heck, man, it's disastrous for the no-future west and its great comrade-leader.

Anonymous said...

Dear Sirs,
The Japanese, the Pentagon, the Chinese etc. know who attacked Japan on March 11, 2011. They have no intention of harming innocent Israelis to retaliate for the actions of their leaders. The specific individuals responsible for this attack, people like Benjamin Netanyahu, J. Rockefeller, Peter Hans Kolvenbach, Rahm Emmanuel, Paul Wolfowitz, the pope etc. know that they will not be on this planet for very long.

Here is the report on Fukushima.

Also the Fulford website, which is not bad except for the strange idea that Ahmadinejad is a Mason..


Anonymous said...

Thanks for links. Most useful they are. We know the Stone already. We shall read the Fulford with interest. And one thing more: What certainty is there that the nuking of Japan was the work of the Israelis alone? A joint effort with their best friends seems to be the more likely answer.

Anonymous said...

Mujahideen bring down US Chinook helicopter NOORISTAN, Feb. 28, 2012

Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate downed the helicopter with rocket fire on Tuesday while it was flying to Noorgram district and caused the helicopter to fall to the ground near Do Aab district of the province, killing all US-NATO invaders aboard the helicopter. The helicopter is said to carry about 40 troops of the invading force; however, it is unclear how many of the invading were killed and wounded in the helicopter. The helicopter has reportedly been burned down to the ashes.

Anonymous said...

Uproar in Greece and Spain - 29.2.12

It's a day of mass protests across the EU, as people rail against austerity, cuts and economic hardships - which they say are not their fault. Fresh demonstration are brewing across Greece - as the government seeks to implement the drastic austerity measures that came with the latest EU bailout. The demonstrations will be synchronous with those in Spain - where people are angry at their own draconian cuts and bleak prospects.

Anonymous said...

Irish EU treaty vote threatens chaos

Ireland has shocked Europe with plans for a referendum on the EU's fiscal treaty, a move that risks an unprecedented fragmentation of the eurozone and a major clash with Germany.

Premier Enda Kenny said Dublin was acting on legal advice from Ireland's attorney-general that "on balance" the fiscal compact requires a vote under the country's constitution. "It gives the Irish people the opportunity to reaffirm Ireland's commitment to membership of the euro," he told ashen-faced members of the Dail.

Anonymous said...

The Irish can reaffirm their commitment to EUnuchs! That's some lofty stuff! No, this can't be made up!

And if the Irish fail, they'll get to vote again and again until they get it right again.

Democracy in the talons of the west beast is a fabulous thing indeed.

The voter gets to vote, enjoy the beautiful voting frisson, the freedom of choice, pride itself with carrying out the capitalist citizen privilage -- but at the same time, no harm can be done for the decisions are made for it anyway by those in the real know.

Voting in west no longer requires boring reading (this especially frightens the yank baboon species), speculation, learning, debate, or even thought.

Wonderful! As wonderful as UK running out of cash or the latest attempt by the NWO psychos to arm Azerbaijan against Russia.

Well, it's the Olympic year again, isn't it? So expect, like in 2008, during the opening dances Obama launch an attack on Russia via Azerbaijan.

They probably figured that Georgia wasn't quite large enough to take down the Russian bear without the embarrassment of losing the country so they've found themselves a larger proxy for the "final solution" assault.

The west comedy that hurls out of the baboon skulls on daily basis is beyond invention.

But there is more to celebrate. EUnuchs, at last, have been promoted to mfg slaves and can now happily toil making cars for China. Indeed, if west neanderthals are extremely nice, learn to walk upright and Chinese they just may be able to beg for job in some Chinese sweat shop making trinkets for the biggest world markets.

This has been written a long ago and now it's finally hit the beast straight between its vacant eyes. Cheers to that!

(poiuytr, just not signed in cuz i gotta get some sleep)

Anonymous said...

BRICS prepares world banking revolution

BRICS member-states are preparing a world banking revolution. They are planning to nominate an alternative candidate for the post of the Chairman of the World Bank for the first time in history. BRICS also demands redistribution of quotas in the International Monetary Fund in the near future and intends to study India’s initiative on creating a South-South Bank.

Representatives of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa proposed a reform of the world financial system at their meeting in Mexico City which took place during the conference of G20 finance ministers and heads of central banks.

Let's see if the Freeworld shows the guts to stand up to the criminal west. So far they have mainly been busy placating the beast. Perhaps the time has now come to say this far and no further.

Anonymous said...

> Let's see if the Freeworld shows the guts to stand up to the criminal west.

I fear that it may just come to that. As the west cesspit grows ever more anemic like their Gotha queen, the owner apparently of half our planet... (BTW, this too -- forgive an old man another slight tangent -- is yet another west lie. When they boast the annual list of the richest goons they somehow routinely omit someone who lays claim to 50% of our planet's real-estate, which she -- and let's be fair to the resplendent crown -- got fair and square through honest unilaterally ratified genocide deals. And instead of telling us the true Lucifereens behind the west, they pump out a list of some pifly billionaire foils behind which the real devil spawn of the west beast hides.)

So, as the west cesspit grows ever more anemic like the Coburg-Gothas, the Freeworld rhetoric regarding the confrontation of the growing threat of the now totally mad and desperate west, matching it step by step, has gained in momentum in accordance.

I wouldn't read Putin's, for example, plans to... how did he put it? It was so marvelous! In order for Russia's partners (west) to keep a dialog with Russia, Russia will have to brandish a few weapons now -- or something like that. I wouldn't read this as kowtowing exactly. Quite the opposite actually.

Look at Syria. Yes, the west is pulling all its tricks to plunge the nation into war chaos in order to move the front to Iran. And yes, the west intent to destroy Syria has been lain bare with the recent 90% approval of constitution change. (BTW, another tangent -- many apologies -- here, west miscalculated once again! They didn't want this result and they're now fearing Assad rise to power via election, a situation that's likely and one that would crush the entire demonisation and subterfuge of Syria by the beast thus far. That's why west is ignoring the election result and Assad's signature. But without details, we already know that west is THE disease and there exists no way to get on with it, other than with a nuke in your hand, as Putin has, at last, publicly revealed.)

CONT'D BELOW........

Anonymous said...


But look at Syria. The Freeworld isn't lying down as obediently as it did back when the beast smashed Yugoslavia to bits, attacked Iraq on a pile of laughable WMD pix, or carpet bombed the Afghani countryside.

So the change in Freeworld's dealing with west is now publicly detectable and our lives and perhaps even the life of our planet is now down to the degree of west's collective insanity -- a dismal prospect for all indeed.

> So far they have mainly been busy placating the beast.

Without confrontation, I'd have to say: not so.

If the Freeworld has seemed incomprehensibly submissive to the west beast's psychotic whims at times, it's just a veneer, beneath which you'll find a brilliantly orchestrated counter-offensive.

Look at west. Look at its growing acromaniac dementia now played out in the open for the whole solar system to laugh at. Vulgarisms are pouring out of their mouths. They're thinking Azerbaijan is big enough to take on Russia. A first grader would know better.

Look at its empty wallets despite the cash printing, which appears to be running at ~250M/hr today across west with debt/GDP ratios eclipsing 100% and moving right along into the Greek neighbourhood of guaranteed nigh default. Look at west's #s. 36% of USA children are in official poverty as per official stats today. (That'd be the Busch II "no child left behind" threat at work.) USA's mfg is now shrunk to some pifly 5%, a irrecoverable desolation producing nation-size heaps of terminally unemployed baboons. And baboons they are for they haven't figured out a single one from this myriad of crimes!

None of west's woes today are accidental. West has tried its best, utilising the crem della crem of its most psychopathic butcher minds, to prevent just this.

They probably didn't do 911 purely for fun. They needed casus belli against our planet and all they've got was a wall-to-wall prolapse of all things west and a casus belli against itself.

The Freeworld hasn't stood by idle. The Freeworld has been putting in overtime planning and executing the counteroffensive, which began a long ago. Make no mistake: WWII isn't over just yet!

Also the fact that we haven't vapourised in the west's death wish, is also down to this most magnificent opera ever played on our planet.

(poiuytr, delinquent on signing in again)

Anonymous said...

poiuytr, superb as usual. But we're back in the twilight zone with the criminal gang again planning yet another "humanitarian intervention" (has always sent shivers down my back, that particular devîlish invention) UN resolution, hoping this time Russia and China will suddenly say yes.

Times are hard, poiuytr, times are hard. There's this beastly resolution coming up and in three days' time they are hoping to plunge Russia into a cesspool of violence, etc.
In what shape will we emerge from the latest controntation?

One last point: what I've seen so far said they were priming Azerbaijan to take on Iran. Already that was laughable. And now you say Russia, better and better. If it weren't all so life-threatening, one would be rolling on the floor with laughter.

poiuytr said...

A few after-mutterings.

On Syria:

The west beast's aim there is not anything they've claimed. The neanderthal asked for "democracy", a surefire codeword for war, and it got the 90% vote result. Despite of getting what it essentially demanded, EUnuchs slapped more sanctions on Syria and the baboon is slogging over another UN assault (resolution) -- a 3rd one in the last 10 months. (Just for clarity, the first two were nixed by China/Russia).

This, btw, harkens back to Hitler. Among his many teachings he taught west full well not just to lie big, if you're gonna lie at all, but also to make demands that cannot be met, otherwise casus belli may be in peril. This is from the assault on Czechoslovakia in 1938.

Czechoslovakian government, having been totally back-stabbed by its west EUnuch allies and effectively thrown to the lions, caved in to Hitler's demands one by one, effectively destroying Hitler's casus belli plan, which he so needed to move the west war machine closer to the Russian borderline.

Hitler rued the small-minded demands for being easily acquiescable. Eventually, to remedy the casus belli stalemate, Hitler committed a number of "911"s and invaded under the pretext of saving the poor oppressed nazis in the country.

This is precisely the same situation today with Syria.

The west murder cabal needs to move its child murdering juggernaut onto the Iranian border and so it created chaos and imposed demands and ultimatums. It hoped the demands would be rejected and no more work be needed to invade.

But the ultimatum has affectively been met by Syria's 90% and even Assad. They're probably like Adolf ruing asking too little and so they are moving straight ahead ignoring Syria's proof of democracy, ratcheting up their demands, and no doubt prepping some more "911"s to predicate the invasion.

At the moment, USA is demanding physical "access" to Syrian cities.

Don't be fooled if this rewrite of history unfolding in front our eyes seems just eerily too deja vu. It's just that the same criminals are committing the same crimes!


poiuytr said...

On Another West Monopoly Getting Challenged:

USA invaded Colombia in the early 90s when P Escobar struck a successful business competition with the USA drug smugglers -- incidentally those that fed Busch II his very private coke whilst he whiled away his youth days with his skull & bones boys.

The same is again unraveling before our eyes.

Mexico, a ravaged nation to pitiful levels of poverties, for which the beautiful nation and great people have no right. Mexico is such a splendidly gorgeous nation it's unbelievable: large, crammed with artefacts on par with Egypt, skirted with turquoise warm seas, marvelous caverns, mountains, picturesque Sonora desert, with islands, Caribbean on one side, Pacific on the other...

It's such a rich nation, it outranks any of the EUnuch/NorthAm west nations in natural wealth. And yet, the people there are forced by the USA rapists to live in abject poverty. When someone among them rises against the thousands of miles of beaches owned by rich EUnuchs and baboons blocking access to water for citizens despite laws that beaches are public, they get murdered.

Now, in this west-raped nation -- which, if just left alone would be richer than all of the west cesspits combined -- we have essentially the same situation as in Colombia in the 80s.

USA drug smuggling monopoly and the USA occupation of Mexico is threatened once again -- this time by El Chapo -- and so the beast does what it knows best.

It's running guns -- recall the comrade Obama embarrassment over weapon smuggling -- inciting violence just like in Syria, or Czechoslovakia in the late 30s, and everywhere else for that matter. And we have the beast's favourite toy: an active protracted war that's already murdered ~50K, paralysed Mexico, and been deliberately spilled into USA in order to drum up baboon support for a possible Mexican invasion.

There's one slight difference from Escobar's Colombia due to the rise of the Freeworld off its knees. There is this recent multi-lateral (Guatemala, Colombia, Mexico) idea to simply legalise drugs and thus stop the war, generate giant profits for SouthAm, and shatter to bits the beast's last sources of income.

Now, the panicked baboon has already replied to this threat. And it's not a surprise that the USA response is an unveiled vulgar threat of invasion and war -- how else?


poiuytr said...

On China Noose:

We saw what the beast did to Japan and our planet when Japan called 911 what it is and the Busch II bogus "war on terror" also what it is: "war on the world"; demanded the end of the USA near 70 yr child-raping occupation; threatened end of support of Busch II bombing of Afghanistan; and wiped the slate clean with China striking new trade ties with Beijing to slither away from under the baboon's jackboot.

Then comrade Obama invaded Australia and built military bases in the north territories. Now, comrade Obama is building a base in Manila and Singapore, while permanently provoking in Reed Bank (S China Sea) and having its vampire sight set on the hydrocarbon coast of Danang, right off Vietnam.

Now, these dots with Taiwan and of course Tibet (another subterfuge seed ready to be exploited by the west democrats), when connected, outline a noose around Beijing.

West has no way of repairing many of its bloodletting gashes and time is short. There can be no question today that west is after blood. Its only hope lies in some form of war, perhaps short of WWIII, against all utilising proxies and dumb patsies. So it does rather seem their S China Sea moves are for this reason.

There's little point pontificating the madness of attacking China for we all know what happened to the baboon in 1951 when its claws touched the Yalu river. But imagine the absolute off-scale psychosis that fuels the west bloated carcass today.

Someone there actually thinks that China can somehow be neutralised and so from these few places.


poiuytr said...

On Gearing

Gearing or Leverage = money including loans / real owned money

The word leverage is, of course, yet another bogus west term. It means borrowing and is used solely to prop up the bloodletting spending, not as leverage of any kind.

Why all this then?

For a bit of laugh at the arsonists of Greece.

ECB has just printed up a cool half trill of their EUnuch funny money shoveling it to the preferred citizen banks, Franks, Germs, those areas. Now, this mad cash printing hasn't gone without a fun side-effect.

As a result of the absolutely insane 4th reich fiscal policies, Germs can now proudly boast a leverage of 32:1, meaning they're borrowing 31 florins to each one owned.

And Lehman Sisters prolapsed at a bit below 31:1. When Merry Lynchers got picked up on a garage sale, they boasted 32:1 leverage. And Moron Stan protracted bankruptcies stood on a leverage of 33:1.

Let's hope these few data points make Germs sleep little easier in their dark cold hovels these nights.

Anonymous said...

About China, then, or the Freeworld if one prefers, there are the Hopi predictions for which, I for one feel quite a bit of respect. Apparently the Hopi predicted the first two world wars. For the ongoing Third, this is what they have to say:

"Hopi prophecy states that World War III will be started by the people who first received the Light -- China, Palestine, India and Africa. When the war comes, the United States will be destroyed by "gourds of ashes" which will fall to the ground, boiling the rivers and burning the earth, where no grass will grow for many years, and causing a disease that no medicine can cure. This can only mean nuclear or atomic bombs; no other weapon causes such effects. Bomb shelters will be useless, for "Those who are at peace in their hearts already are in the Great Shelter of Life. There is no shelter for evil. When the Saquahuh (blue Star) Kachina dances in the plaza and removes his mask, the time of the great trial will be here." The Hopi believe that only they will be saved."

"The Hopi also have prophesied that "Turtle Island could turn over two or three times and the oceans could join hands and meet the sky." This seems to be a prophecy of a "pole shift" -- a flipping, of the planet on its axis. The Hopi call this imminent condition -- and that of society today -- "Koyaanisqatsi", which means "world out of balance...a state of life that calls for another way."

One more comment, mine this time: China, to my mind, also covers Russia with the Mongol streak in its blood and for Palestine read the Muslim world.

Anonymous said...

Fascinating, poiuytr, the way you saw the Czech scenario at play again in the Syrian situation. Though one slight difference there does exist today. Syria happens to be a beautifully armed country which will not be giving up quite so easily as poor Czechoslovakia had to do. The democracy nonsense is simply PR. Give me the name of one democratic country and I'll give you a medal. There are none the world over.

Greatly appreciated your comment on leverage as well. They're leveraging themselves to hell, they are, the west. And so much the better for the rest of mankind.

Anonymous said...

First we get the Hopi predictions and now I'm wondering whether you too, poiuytr, are predicting WWIII. My problem with this is that parts of the Freeworld are far too well armed for west to hit them head on. Syria has missile galore, Iran is armed to the teeth. See link below:


Then there's the matter of Afghanistan with the invaders' troops so much fodder for enemy hunger. If they do leave the country by July as some people say, then the whole scenario becomes more likely. Until then, we have time to breathe. and by July much can happen to cripple the west even further.

Anonymous said...

> again in the Syrian situation. Though one slight difference there does exist today. Syria happens to be a beautifully armed country which

You're 100% right! Yes, there are many differences actually!

Czechoslovakia was foresaken, alone, with some, say, 12M people. I recall they had several divisions mobilised awaiting the tanks but the command came from the top to lay weapons down. Big shock there! The governance was a slag of west's to begin with and, in fact, "fought" the war by drinking tea and making merry with the genocidal pack of Churchill murderers in Loondon.

BTW, there is a fascinating book written by Czech president Svoboda covering this period of betrayal and the germ-inflicted horror. When one searches WWII for clues about the west lizard criminal mind today, one has to look at Munich 1938 as well. Anyway, I digress... But WWII is absolutely essential to understand, to know whom we're dealing with today for the west beast, beside being the blood-thirsty vampire is also incapable of learning, unlike humans, and totally resistant to any tuition, even if own experiences.

The main conclusion here is that it's the same criminal repeating the same crimes, same set ups, same plans, affecting the same levels of horror to pursue the same goals: which is "final solution" on humanity, and believing in the same results. Not surprisingly, it still uses the same symbols (Hitler's fascia-wrapped-axes are adorning USA congress today; Hitler's skull and bones are gracing USA war planes) and it even has the same name: NWO. The beast didn't bother putting Pt2 on it, or something they routinely do in Hollowwood, say, NWO, The Long Awaited Sequel, or perhaps The Return Of NWO, or NWO II-This Time We Will Win, like papa Busch had threatened us in 1991 on Sep 11, no less.

As to the differences twixt Syria today and Czechoslovakia 1930s... there are many indeed!

This has been one of my ongoing repetitive boring points. And that is that Russia 21st century does NOT equal to Russia 1941. And China 21st century does NOT equal to China 1951 when USA tried double-prong attacking it only to be forced to give up half of their occupied Korea. BTW, this is like Gruzia 2008 attack on Russia with the result of losing half of the nation. Again, same criminal, same crimes, same disease, same results.

And it's better than that! The west psychosis is far greater than this!

The Freeworld today is NOT the Freeworld of 2001 during 911. Iran today is NOT the Iran of a decade ago. SouthAm today is NOT the SouthAm of the nazi-USA rule of yesteryear. And ultimately, west today is not the west of the 70s when it ran off oil and drug monopolies. West today isn't even the west of last month -- that's how wonderful the exponential behaviour of their wall-to-wall prolapse is!

And my main point here is just that the same criminal is using the same methods to cause the same effect. Data I mutter about just purely highlights this: the immense cretinism of the west cesspit.

And like I tried to say above with the China Noose thing. I'm not suggesting that west will attack China. I think it totally impossible! It was already impossible in 1951. All I'm saying is that west thinks it just to show that, indeed, west is total blood-obsessed psycho with the brainstem that of a lizard.

And all this is beyond words for it's many fold larger than can be shown.

(and now we must break for google doesn't like us talking this much)

Anonymous said...


Iran alone is impossible for Hormuz is too narrow and west has 3 days before it's oil dry. A first grader understands what this silly geographical fact means. And indeed, someone in west understands this too because, let's be clear, west hasn't attacked Iran for this very reason: it simply cannot!

Yet the west beast, being in an active prolapse, being the miscreant it is, being the blood thirsty lizard child-torturing neanderthal, being THE disease, is still somehow bent on somehow destroying Iran.

And not just that! They're making bases in Azerbaijan, what's left of Georgia, Afghanistan, Singapore, Manila, Darwin, etc somehow thinking they can neutralise Russia and China.

The point of all my rants is just to highlight this, the unmatched sickness and brainrot of this west creature, the total disconnect from reality which afflicts both the west lizard leaders and their obedient braindead monkey populaces lining up to vote on something "important" again, and eating the BBCNN sewage for breakfast, lunch, and din-din -- which should be completely lain bare in these moves we're eye-witnessing EVERYWHERE we look, even inside west.

Not only west thinks it can strip Iran of 2nd strike capability through some half-arsed chaos in Syria, but it's actually working now around the clock thinking it can do the same with China and Russia -- total lunacy! West should forget about patenting HAARP technologies to control brains of masses (these patents are real!). It should patent its lunacy. It's the only thing west has produced in all its 2K years it's had.

Everywhere you look in west; every single statement from west; every single act of west = total, unequivocal, off the scale, lunatic DISEASE.

Sorry for the long rant, you're right, Syria today is NOT Czechoslovakia of 1938. You know that. I know that. The readership, what's left of it, here knows that. But go figure, west doesn't!

And I think, in general, that's the point today.

There's no reason to banter about details really going with the BBCNN whore zoo about what they really mean when they say Bond Swaps, Bailout, or liberation of Syria. We all know! All west headlines serve no other purpose today than being more evidence to reaffirm what's been long known for 2000 years: "west is THE disease" in every respect, on every level, in every facet.

(poiuytr, not signed in)

poiuytr said...



> too, poiuytr, are predicting WWIII. My

No prediction here! I don't think anyone could.

The rockets are there. The west psychos' trigger-happy claws are there. The west obstinate unwillingness to go peacefully is present. The fact is there that the west beast has been attacking, and very actively so, everyone unarmed -- as it's its style -- this millennium. And there's the matter of the west having no -- absolutely no -- way to avert its wall-to-wall prolapse and thus its effective disappearance off the map other than by winning some giant war conflict with the whole planet.

So all pieces seem to be there for WWIII. And what we're seeing is the prelude to it already.

But I'm not predicting it! I don't think it's possible.

I see the Freeworld and humanity achieving miracles countering the west beast NWO agenda.

I know many complain, oft quite exasperated, that it's neither convincing, not enough, or too little.

But recall, in the 90s Russia was controlled and owned by the west. USA bought all her energy for some 300M USD. West had access to her politics, banking, industries. In the 90s, China was a slaveshop for the baboons. SouthAm in the 90s was a giant vacation Didneyworld for the west pedophile juntas where they slaked their drugs and child-rape habits. In the 90s, Iraq's threat of going off the dollar was pulverised by papa Busch's blitzkrieg. Iran played no role then, still suffering the aftermath of the Iraq-Iran west plan to raze both nation at once.

None of this is that long ago!

Now today: Iran alone can 2nd strike west if not into direct oblivion, then into total oil-anemia destruction. China has taken on dictating terms to the disgruntled west "manager" fiends. A single word in Beijing about dumping some USA debt gives USA wall street a panic attack. China effectively controls the price of USA money today! Russia has superbly cleansed itself off the west talons and has proceeded to become an int'l superpower. Note here how stealthily this was achieved! Putin's gone from a bland forgetful figure who even the germs pestered about not long ago to being the last thing west will have ever seen. SouthAm has cleansed itself of the west cash terror and one by one rose up off their knees putting their west-scorched nations and industries back together.

And now west. It has lost all leverage on anyone. It has no bargaining power including military threats on China, Russia, well, BRICS. It only exerts its diabolical will against totally unarmed nations, which are steadfast becoming a thing of the past, much to its noticeable chagrin. And all this while west itself across all its cesspits wherever they may stretch, is in an active and terminal prolapse.


poiuytr said...

To me, the rise of the Freeworld and the demise of west, is a matter that speaks volumes about the brilliance of the counter-offensive and general superiority of humanity -- when it comes down to it -- over this unusually diseased beast.

It's nothing short of a miracle, in fact!

And I believe in its efficacy simply based on facts we've seen.

Yes, make no mistake, it's been very difficult watching west raze Falluja; murder children, gang rape kids and them burn them to death for their fun; rip children to shreds; torture children in camps for a decade now; demonise all people of this planet; assault our planet with its Luciferian WMDs like HAARP and DU; poison our air; destruct our oceans; and prance their load of freckly BBCNN whores pouring lies, vulgarities, and perversions aimed at ridiculing and mocking humanity 24/7 from every channel west has; and more, much more...

But it's a miracle, nonetheless!

And so I'd lean towards, if I had to bet, the Freeworld, humanity, and the masterful counter-offensive bloodletting the west cesspits crammed with the most idiotic baboon lifeforms to its imminent death right before our eyes.

Plus, I'd bet against a full out WWIII for another reason.

It's clear, as west prolapses, that west itself has become a battleground.

West citizens are marked men now. Camps await their uprising. Whether it comes or not -- who knows, but west itself is on a verge of civil chaos. West leadership factions too are seen in an increasing war over hoarding assets and, let's be clear, life-rafts.

And there are those in west who grasp the obvious problem with WWIII. And it's in part their doing that the decade long campaign against Iran has progressed not far beyond vulgarity barking from the west.

In short, if WWIII was possible, it would have already been launched by the west beast -- and a long ago!

And so I myself harbour no WWIII leanings.

And this, of course, rather spells total rot of west, which is already underway btw, with the zoo animals there going very hungry, breaking down their cages, and while being killed en masse eating a few of their keepers.

Panarin drew similar conclusions and so does the west beast for that matter.

I'd sooner bet on this than WWIII.

That said, I'm not at all challenging the Hopi vision and many other ancient messages to us. But that's quite another book to go into that.

Anonymous said...

Thanks,P. Sometimes I think we have brains like lizards too. We need everything to be set out in black and white to be able to see. The best sentence of all above was "West today isn't even the west of last month." A tremendous truth contained in the minimum of words. We bear that in mind, we save ourselves a lot of high blood pressure.

For the rest, yes, west is the disease. I don't quite know about 2000 years. I wasn't around then. If I look back over my own lifetime, however, proof enough of your statement is to be found in every nook and corner of recent history.

So if we have understood the essence of the thing, what need of a blog, one might ask. Simply so as to survive ourselves battered but undefeated till west's final defeat is probably the best answer I can manage. And to be able to laugh from time to time.

Nussiminen said...

LA "MARCHE_FOUTAISE" -- Hymne National des Babouins Occidentaux. Paroles par Nussiminen.

Allons enfants des singeries
Tout l'Occident est enculé
Contre nous la Chine, la Russie
L'étendard Babouin vont souiller (HOUH-HOUH)
Entendez-vous dans nos campagnes
Vomir les putes de CNN
Des cris de Jean-Marie Le Pen
Et que vive la mégère de l'Allemagne

Aux armes, babouins
Gonflez vos têtes de con
Hurlons, hurlons
Que notre lourdeur
Nous aide quand nous marchons

Anonymous said...

Explosions Destroy Saudi Oil Pipeline, Sends Oil Prices Soaring - 1.2.12

For the first time in decades, the Eastern Saudi Arabian volatile situation has reached the vital oil sector. A pipeline between Awamiya and Safwa has been reportedly targeted, and is under fire. Saudi Arabia’s Shiite minority, mostly residing in the oil rich east, has been protesting for years against State sponsored discrimination. They are treated as second class citizens, denied public sector jobs, and vital development for their oil rich areas. Saudi Arabia’s powerful Wahhabi religious establishment considers Shiites heretics, and constantly incites against them.

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, thanks. New life injected into the French national anthem. Hope it catches on.

And to all: Want to see a leader in action? Here's a link you can go to:


Voltairenet is to be found on this site already so it's not too difficult. In simple, honest words Vladimir Putin gives us for the sixth time his views on the world and Russia's highly important place in it. Do read it if you get a moment.

Anonymous said...

FM Lavrov had a message to the 'world disease' as well.


Anonymous said...

Lavrov to US: “Days When Russia is Lectured to Are over” - 1.3.12

Russia accused the United States of interfering in the elections process by funding opposition groups in advance of Vladimir Putin's expected return to the Kremlin in weekend polls.

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov accused the United States of following Cold War-era stereotypes and trying to talk down to Russia.

"The days when Russia could be lectured or preached to are over," Lavrov said in an interview published in the online edition of the Rossiyskaya Gazeta government daily.

"Our American partners understand this perfectly well, but the inertia of past approaches and stereotypes in Washington is still evident," Lavrov said.

"We respond firmly... to attempts to affect the political and electoral processes in Russia, including by way of funding civil society groups."

Lavrov said the United States had strict laws barring foreigners from funding election campaigns and that Russia could alter its laws to make sure the same applied to organizations such as Golos.

"We have to have our legislation catch up with these democratic standards," Lavrov said in reference to the US law.

Earlier, Putin accused the US of inciting the street protests that erupted in Moscow following December parliamentary elections and have continued in the run-up to Sunday's presidential vote.

Anonymous said...

Every so often, I go and read LEAP-E2020. In their GEAB 62 announcement, I read the following:

"As previously announced, LEAP/E2020 is presenting its anticipations for Europe over the 2012-2016 period in this issue. In the context of a global systemic crisis, two strategic trends will mark these five years for Europeans: on the one hand the stabilization of Euroland as a new full global power (1); and, on the other, the absolute requirement for the European elite to raise the democratic freeze which now weighs heavily on the process of European integration. In this issue our team analyzes why, starting from the second half of 2012, conditions will be at their best for Euroland to take on these two trends fully (2). Of course, numerous economic, financial, strategic and political challenges remain for Europeans; but, with the global systemic crisis entering its phase of reconstituting world geopolitical balances, with Euroland, they have a “new sovereign” able to positively influence the course of events (3). Of course, this capacity is conditional upon the democratic legitimization of the whole of Euroland governance. From 2012 to 2016, three major sequences will characterize Euroland’s stabilization as a full sovereign and the lifting of the democratic freeze."

A brilliant future for EU-West? Well, some of us might just call it daydreaming. Really, "economists" are all smoke and mirrors people.

Nussiminen said...

What a load of preposterous blather. Indeed, next to the rantings of clueless think-tanks, even so-called Modern Art at its very worst looks all but brilliant.

Now, let's make some thought-out, credible, and honest predictions about the vile You're_a_Peon Union, shall we? Here goes:

1) The EU elite, far from strutting around with any silly philanthropic nostrums, will ultimately dispense with the farcical parliamentary racket completely and govern by unelected financial hitmen in each and every member state. Italy and Greece have already set the template here. The Baboons will increasingly have to be dealt with by brute force. Ironically, they'll get a REAL taste of Western (mis)culture, at long last!

2) This "New Sovereign" of European Monopoly Capital will influence the course of events by resorting to increased warmongering abroad while its own domestic right-wing extremism runs rampant. That's positively negative.

3) The years 2012 to 2016 will see the complete undoing of the Union due to ditto fiscal rot and unrecoverable decay of its infrastructure overall.

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, thanks. Clarity, brevity and humour, an excellent comment and true as the day. To help out the New Sovereign in its designs, the latest from US allies:

Greece downgraded to bottom rung as default looms

Financial rating agency Moody’s has downgraded Greece’s credit rating to the lowest possible level. It’s the third credit agency to take Greece down a notch or two recently, raising the question - is a Greek meltdown inevitable?

Moody’s downgraded Greece’s rating from Ca to C on the basis that the possibility of a debt default remains high.

The agency says C-rated bonds "are the lowest-rated class and are typically in default, with little prospect for recovery of principal or interest."

The downgrade is a reaction to a debt restructuring deal with private creditors that would see them make a significant loss in their holdings.

Anonymous said...

Cash-strapped Britain: Millions of shoppers borrow just to stay alive as they use credit for groceries - 4.3.12

More than half of Britons cannot cope on their current salaries with one in five forced to borrow money to buy groceries and other household essentials because of the soaring cost of living, a new survey revealed today.

One in four people revealed they've had to use their savings to buy food or other daily essentials while one in five have gone into debt to do this.

Another 10 per cent said they could envisage needing to borrow buy food in the future.

(Not to be taken as gospel truth, but just as an indication that west living standards are on a downward trend at long last.)

Anonymous said...

Right: Victory on two fronts, then:

In Syria, the army has emptied Baba Amro of its rebels, capturing many foreign elements in the process.

In Russia. PM Putin is now the new President of the country, a well deserved win.

Nussiminen said...

Buenas tardes, amigos.

Esta noche, los babuinos -- como el mundo entero -- se han dado cuenta que el pueblo ruso no cedieron ante la gentuza odiosa a sueldo de los servicios de inteligecia occidentales. Los resultados de la primera vuelta de las elecciones presidenciales rusas revelan que Vladimir Putin ha obtenido una victoria aplastante con casi dos tercios de los votos en total.

¡ Felicitaciones a Putin y a Rusia !

Anonymous said...

We raise a glass to your words, Nussiminen. And congratulations to you, to ID, to all Russia supporters. A new and beautiful dawn arises for us all.

Anonymous said...


Senor Vladimir Putin, Presidente de Rusia!!!

Anonymous said...

The main line of upcoming decade is that enemy can no longer cope.


Anonymous said...

Complete Greek Default Imminent – 1 Year Bond Soars To 1006% - 5.3.12

Greek Credit Default Swaps surged to a new all time high as hit a new all time high of 77 points yields on 1 year sovereign Greek debt soars above a record 1006%

(Agreed, 09:08. The enemy has been disabled, but not quite defeated as yet. They'll find it increasing difficult to carry out their plans.)

Anonymous said...

Brazil powers up world order
Growth slowed last year but Brazil has nevertheless overtaken the UK as the world's 6th largest economy.

From such news do we gather that the baton is really passing from the vampire west to the coming leaders of the world. Yet the wars go on. Eleven years of the whole damn thing and they're still going strong. Our biggest trump card, patience, appears at times to be soiled and ineffective. Anyone else feel this way or am I just in a minority of one?

Anonymous said...

2015 - detonation of far west governance systems.

2020 - Deadline of zionist entity.

More details later, Inshallah.

Anonymous said...

Thanks, Anon 07:16. You may not believe this, but reading your lines I did begin to feel better, less discouraged. There's a light at the end of the tunnel? Then let's go for it all of us hand in hand.

Anonymous said...

Has anyone been following the story about banks and bankers? Something seems to be taking place in that arena. For instance, over the past few months, over a hundred leading bankers have resigned the world over, the most surprising of such resignations being that of the head of the Swiss National Bank, Hildebrand, the Swiss being specially clever at covering up their sins. We've also heard about Timothy Geitner being arrested and then released. The Bank of America seems to be in big trouble. And now the BRICS have decided to put forward a candidate of their own for the vacant job, following yet another resignation, of the World Bank chief. So perhaps Hilary Clinton will not get the job as some have thought. Whatever, the banking system is in a turmoil and from what little we understand of what's happening, bankers will not be getting away with it unharmed for very much longer.

Anonymous said...

"2 x 64" - A great DOUBLE slap in the dirty and hateful face of the West - 4.3.12

After Iran, now Russia. According to exit polls and preliminary results, Putin wins in one tour with a crushing 64% of the vote. Funny, since 64% was also the voter turnout in Iran yesterday. According to various media reports, the conservatives in Iran say that these results are a "great slap in the dirty and hateful face of the West" whose "Green" minions (Rafsanjani, Mousavi & Co.) had called for a boycott of the elections. I would argue that the results in Russia are yet another, even more painful, great slap in the dirty and hateful face of the West".

Needless to say, the aforementioned "West" (i.e: the USA/NATO block) is dismissing it all as "fraud", "stolen elections", etc. etc. etc.

I for sure did not expect anybody in the "Western" imperial establishment to admit that the great and mighty US Empire got itself a double slap...

The excellent news for me is that both Mironov and Zhirinovsky have accepted the results and, according to Russian media, have called Putin to congratulate him on his victory. Of course, that pathetic clown Ziuganov refused to recognize these results, to the great joy of his new found allies in the Western corporate ziomedia. We all remember how "fair" the election results were in the former Soviet Union with the Communists were in power, don't we :-)

Anyway, while I do not have an opinion on the Ahmadinejad<->Khamenei power struggle, I can unambiguously state here the following: the landslide election of Putin in one tour is excellent news for Russia and the rest of the world. I say that not because I personally like Putin - I don't - but because that at this stage in Russian history he is the only political figure capable of strengthening Russia in all aspects and leading it through the very difficult times ahead.

For the West, the two "64%" votes of this weekend are, I would argue, a absolute disaster. Clearly, neither Iran nor Russia are likely to succumb to any CIA sponsored "color revolution". For all their very real faults and defects, the regimes in Russia and Iran are rock solid and stable simply because they are truly *popular* regimes, supported by an absolute majority of the people. That does not mean that Iran and Russia do not have very real problems - they both do - or that the current governments are ideal - far from it. What that does show though, is that these very real problems will be tackled by the people of Russia and Iran and not by foreign interests.

Finally, these results crush any hopes the US Empire might have had to somehow neutralize Russia and Iran by marring them in internal discord. That is simply not going to happen.

Anonymous said...

Gaping Hole in Magnetosphere as Earth Awaits Possible Direct Solar Storm Strike - 8.3.12

The largest solar flare in five years is set to hit the earth Thursday morning, as charged particles bombard the planet at nearly 4 million miles per hour.

The massive solar storm could pose a threat to electronic devices, electrical power grids, and NASA’s space station.

Has anyone noticed any breakdown anywhere because of this so-called solar storm? More diversionary tactics or is it for real?

Anonymous said...

Both Germany and Switzerland want their Gold Back from N.Y. Fed. The U.S. has gone to War over this type of thing. What will they do now, since there is no Gold? - 8.3.12

Both Germany and Switzerland have come out saying they want their Gold back from storage at the N.Y. Fed.

Considering the U.S. went into Iraq over trading oil outside of the dollar, Libya for daring to talk about trading oil for a gold backed currency. Let's not forget Iran now wanting to trade oil for gold and by passing the dollar, so now the U.S. is ready to start a war there.

With Germany and Switzerland wanting their Gold back from the U.S., what is the U.S. going to do? They can't exactly invade those countries. So is their other option is to invade other countries around the world that have their own gold stored in the country to get enough to give Germany and Switzerland?

Anonymous said...

"You have to hand it to America. It has exercised a quite clinical manipulation of power worldwide while masquerading as a force for universal good. It's a brilliant, even witty, highly successful act of hypnosis." - Harold Pinter, 2005 Nobel Lecture

Anonymous said...

A video worth watching. It says much of what has long been needed to be said.


Anonymous said...

Moody's declares Greece to be in default


Moody's declared Greece in default on its debt Friday after Athens carved out a deal with private creditors for a bond exchange that will write off 107 billion euros ($140 billion) of its debt.

Moody's pointed out that even as 85.8 percent of the holders of Greek-law bonds had signed onto the deal, the exercise of collective action clauses that Athens is applying to its bonds will force the remaining bondholders to participate.

Overall the cost to bondholders, based on the net present value of the debt, will be at least 70 percent of the investment, Moody's said.

"According to Moody's definitions, this exchange represents a 'distressed exchange,' and therefore a debt default,» the US-based rating firm said.

For one, «The exchange amounts to a diminished financial obligation relative to the original obligation."

Secondly, it «has the effect of allowing Greece to avoid payment default in the future."

Ahead of the debt deal, Moody's had already slashed Greece's credit grade to its lowest level, «C,» and so there was no impact on the rating.

Moody's said it will revisit the rating to see how the debt writedown, and the second eurozone bailout package, would affect its finances.

However, it added, at the beginning of March «Moody's had said that the risk of a default, even after the debt exchange has been completed, remains high."

Anonymous said...

Seeing 11:26, I went above and reread what poiuytr wrote about the bond swaps, etc. And once again one must say he was spot on. Neither bonds, nor swaps, nor bailouts nor anthing else. Simply consolidation of west assets. And a step further towards the NWO. We're actually playing with fire, seems to me. And who is going to be burnt out of existence in this game still remains to be seen.

Anonymous said...

Pro-democracy domonstration rocks Bahrain

MANAMA: Anti-government protesters flooded a major highway in Bahrain on Friday, responding to calls for a show of solidarity against the Gulf nation’s rulers.

Security forces watched the march but made no move to intervene. Tens of thousands took part in the protest, billed as an attempt to show the resolve of a Shia-led rebellion against Bahrain’s Sunni monarchy a year after their uprising began. The large protest was also a reply to Bahrain’s Sunni leadership, which has portrayed the uprising as losing steam ahead of next month’s lucrative Formula One Grand Prix car race, which was cancelled last year because of violence on the tiny island.

The march stretched for more than a mile. Some opposition leaders estimated the crowd at nearly 100,000, which would make it one of the largest protest gatherings since the street rallies erupted in February 2011 in the Arab Spring-inspired uprising.

Bahrain’s majority Shias seek to end the Sunni dynasty’s control of all main posts and policies in the strategic Gulf nation, which is home to the US Navy’s 5th Fleet. Shias make up about 70 percent of Bahrain’s 525,000 citizens, but they complain of widespread discrimination and say they are blocked from high-level political and security positions. Bahrain’s rulers have offered some concessions, including granting more decision-making powers to parliament, but reject demands that include giving up the right to appoint holders of top positions, such as prime minister.

At least 45 people have been killed in the unrest, and hundreds have been arrested. ‘Down, down Hamad,’ protesters chanted in a reference to Bahrain’s King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa. Others carried signs in English and French denouncing the monarchy in an appeal to international media and websites. Police helicopters hovered over the march, and riot police units were visible along the route.

Anonymous said...

We join you in your grief, nation of Japan, and try and match you in your dignity of stoicism on this the first anniversary of the horrendous acts committed against you one and all.

A battle lost, brothers and sisters? By tomorrow, it is the entire war you will have won. So never let your courage falter, however dark today might appear to be.

Anonymous said...

Russia, Arab League agree plan on Syria
10 March 2012,

Russia and the Arab League have negotiated a plan to settle the bloody political conflict in Syria, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Saturday, RIA Novosti reported.

The plan proposes an end to violence by all sides, monitoring of the situation in Syria, provision of humanitarian aid to all Syrians, support for the UN special envoy Kofi Annan's mission in the country and abstention from external interference in Syrian domestic affairs, Lavrov said after a meeting with his colleagues from the Arab League in Cairo.

"We think these five steps will be crucial. They are addressed to all parties in Syria," Lavrov said.

Russia is supporting dialogue between the Syrian government and the opposition, he said, and criticized Western countries for supporting the opponents of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.

Lavrov also praised the United Nations plans to monitor the situation in Syria, where some 7,500 have been killed in a year-long conflict between Assad and his opponents according to UN estimates.

Kofi Annan, a former UN Secretary-General, was appointed last month as special envoy to Syria for both the UN and the Arab League.

Annan met with Assad in Damascus on Saturday, saying he wanted to negotiate a ceasefire between the opposition and the government forces and organize humanitarian help for regions affected by the fighting.

Assad blamed "armed terrorist groups" for the continuing bloodshed during the talks, reiterating the stance taken by his government since the fighting began in the country.

"Syria is ready to support any honest effort to solve the situation," Assad said.

Anonymous said...

EU: 'Military intervention in Syria would be disastrous'


EU foreign ministers have united to speak against military intervention in Syria, saying sanctions appear to be working. Meanwhile the UN humanitarian mission is slowly making its way in the troubled country.

On Friday EU foreign ministers gathered in Copenhagen for an informal meeting in which the issue of Syria topped the agenda.

Germany’s foreign minister, Guido Westerwelle, said any talk of military intervention was “counter-productive,” adding that “large-scale fire” would bring “really disastrous consequences for the region, the people, and the world.”

His position was echoed by Luxemburg’s foreign minister, Jean Asselborn. “We must be patient,” he said “We will unfortunately have to face seeing more victims, but military intervention would be worse.”

Swedish FM Carl Bildt also said that the EU’s priority should be to prevent Syria from “descending into full-scale sectarian war.”

“We are searching truly for a political solution,” the diplomat stated. “Whether that is possible or not remains to be seen.”

Denmark’s FM, Villy Soevndal, also spoke against military interference, saying strong sanctions against Syria appear to be working.

In the previous 11 rounds, the EU froze the assets of more than 38 organizations and 100 individuals, and worked to cut the country’s supply of equipment for its oil and gas sectors.

Earlier on Friday the foreign ministers of France and Morocco announced their opposition to outside military intervention in Syria.

"We reject any military intervention in Syria, and the Arab League has always favored a political solution," Morocco's Saad Eddine Othmani said at a joint press conference with his French counterpart, Alain Juppe.

Speaking on Syria, many EU diplomats also called on Russia and China to act responsibly as another draft resolution on Syria is currently being discussed at the UN Security Council.

Anonymous said...

Good news above. Are we finally going to manage to undo their war plans this time? The rhetoric on Iran has also began changing somewhat. And why should that be? The Freeworld has finally caught on. Unity there and much can be achieved. Russia's Putin knows this already. Now China must show it's also understood the lesson. the culture of acting together must catch on. And, in this spirit, please to keep an eye on the Bahrain protests and the latest armed struggle between Palestinians and Israelis. All part of the same solidarity movemnent I seem to discern in the growing self-confidence displayed by the Freeworld.

Anonymous said...

Something different happening in US? A Republican
Representative in Congress has submitted a motion to bring about impreachment proceedings against Obama. Now Joe Biden, the VP, also says he'd support those proceedings if Obama went to war against Iran (as in the case of Libya) without congressional approval. And Congress made it also clear suddenly to Leon Panetta that any no-fly zone above Syria without Congressional approval would have no legal basis. To add to all these shenanigans, two candidates for the Rpeublican nomination in the coming presidential elections, after weeks of saying exactly the opposite, now seem to think the time has come to withdraw more or less from Afghanistan.

All very confusing in its lack of consistency, but certainly someting new seems to be in the air.

Anonymous said...

No to cuts: Spain demos oppose labor reform
12 March, 2012

Hundreds of thousands of Spaniards have taken to the streets to protest a labor law reform. The demonstrations organized by labor unions are paving the way for a nation-wide strike planned for March 29.

­Workers are objecting to what they see as empowering employers at the expense of the employees under the pretext of an anti-crisis austerity policy.

The protest hit some 60 cities and towns across Spain, with the largest reported in Madrid, Barcelona, Seville and Valencia.

(Doesn't all this smack a bit of a too little too late policy on the part of the people of Spain? But, of course, one never knows. Someone might get it into his head at long last that the only way out of this squalor is through a full blown insurrection.)

Anonymous said...

17:35, sorry, but the Biden video happens to be an older one. Where he stands today, no one can tell.

In any case, the impeachment story seems to be gaining some momentum so it can perhaps be added to the number of unknowns awaiting us as the year unfolds.

A word on Afghanistan, too. First they burn copies of the Quran inadvertently as they put it. Then off they go (the one mentally disturbed GI story does not seem to be the right one) and shoot down men women and children in cold blood. I wonder whether these are not put-up jobs, further excuses to justify an earlier departure from Afghanistan than so far proclaimed, the aim being once again electoral in nature.

Anonymous said...

Magnitude 6.1 quake jolts eastern Japan, no tsunami warning - 14.3.12

TOKYO - An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.1 hit east of Tokyo on Wednesday but no tsunami warning was issued and there were no initial reports of damage or troubles at area nuclear plants, the Japan Meteorological Agency and local media said.

The earthquake, which caused substantial shaking in Ibaragi and Chiba prefectures east of Tokyo, followed just a few hours after a magnitude 6.8 quake jolted northern Japan.

A tsunami warning was issued but later lifted after the northern Japan earthquake.

Well, here we go again. Since we've stopped taking any earthquake phenomena in Japan at face value, it's always very worriesome to receive news of this kind.

Anonymous said...

Kyrgyzstan Wants US Out as Panetta Arrives for Talks (14.3.12)

"Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta arrived in the central Asian nation of Kyrgyzstan today with an eye toward convincing the nation’s government to accept continued US military presence at the nation’s Manas Air Base beyond 2014.

Things don’t look promising for Panetta, however, as President Atambayev has insisted that he has “no intention” of renewing the US lease on the base, and wants to see it as a commercial, not military, enterprise.

Defense officials say that the loss of Manas could force the US to rely entirely on direct flights to Afghanistan over the North Pole, a dramatically more expensive prospect."

Even as we read this, we hear that Russia the Great, to make up for the loss of Manas, has offered US a military base in Russia to carry on the war in Afghanistan, If true, we're back to Russia's old tactics: one step forward, two steps backward. Must be some chess-inspired moves, because we can't make head or tail of such behaviour.

Anonymous said...

Europe's Economic Crisis: Portugal, Ireland, Spain, Italy and Belgium are Heading in the Same Direction as Greece

It isn’t over until it is over. Of course, we are referring to Europe and its version of 1984. We find it profound that the bankers, politicians and bureaucrats of Europe can do what they have done with a straight face. Investor had a haircut shoved down their throats and the ECB, the European Central Bank and the IMF were exempt.

How does that work? That is because some are more equal than others. There is no question this will be a defining event for the European and world financial system. We did see a partial default, but only because the derivative creators, the ISDA, had to make one, otherwise their derivative business would have collapsed. No one will deal with an insurer or a bookmaking operation that doesn’t pay off and constantly arbitrary changes the rules. Needless to say, such machinations are out of sight of the public, because 99% of them certainly do not understand derivatives.

Greece is on its way to its next crisis whether it be via austerity, demonstrations or a military coup. In all likelihood Greece will be followed by Ireland, Portugal, Belgium, Spain and Italy. It will also be interesting to see if bank deposits return to Greek banks. They probably wont and there will be great difficulty affecting any kind of a recovery. The Greek people through all of this have been left out of the equation.

Anonymous said...

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan's Comprehensive Statistics for February 2012

Total for February

Enemy Killed : 903
Fatally Injured: 161
Injured: 500
Vehicles Destroyed: 246
Aircraft Shot down: 6
Captured/Joined: 72


Anonymous said...

Three soldiers shot in France

Two paratroopers killed and another critically injured by gunman on scooter in second such attack within a week (15.3.12)

Investigators fear an assassin on a scooter is targeting French soldiers after two were killed and a third seriously injured in a "ride-by" shooting, the second attack in less than a week.

The three members of a parachute regiment were shot in a busy town centre on Thursday afternoon. Two died on the spot, while the third was reported to be in a critical condition in hospital.

The attack followed the murder last weekend of an officer in another parachute regiment, shot in a similar manner by a motorcycle gunman.

The soldiers, all in their 20s and wearing uniform, were standing by a cash machine in Montauban, south-west France. Police who sealed off the town centre before investigating said that it was unclear whether the three were withdrawing money, or had left a nearby shop or restaurant and were passing by when they came under a fusilade of shots shortly after 2pm, heard by people nearby. The killer, who was wearing a full-face helmet, then rode off on a scooter; more than a dozen spent cartridges were found at the scene.

On Sunday in a Toulouse suburb, another paratrooper was shot and killed by an assailant on a scooter.

(This could turn out to be something big just as it might simply fizzle out.)

Anonymous said...

Greece develops cashless, Euro-free currency in tight economy

How about us getting rid of money altogether and going back to barter system like the one practised in ancient Egypt to such good effct?

In recent weeks, Theodoros Mavridis has bought fresh eggs, tsipourou (the local brandy: beware), fruit, olives, olive oil, jam, and soap. He has also had some legal advice, and enjoyed the services of an accountant to help fill in his tax return.

None of it has cost him a euro, because he had previously done a spot of electrical work – repairing a TV, sorting out a dodgy light – for some of the 800-odd members of a fast-growing exchange network in the port town of Volos, midway between Athens and Thessaloniki.

In return for his expert labour, Mavridis received a number of Local Alternative Units (known as tems in Greek) in his online network account. In return for the eggs, olive oil, tax advice and the rest, he transferred tems into other people’s accounts.

Anonymous said...

Unending Disaster for the Mighty African Continent - 16.3.12

UGANDAN OIL: US Africa Command a tool to Recolonise the African Continent

The US government never approached Uganda or the African Union or its predecessor, the Organisation of African Unity, to ask how the United States could help. Now there is discovery of oil in Uganda. Almost immediately, there are reports that US government has sent an army to Uganda to find Joseph Kony and rescue Uganda’s children. Why did America not make this offer long before Uganda discovered this oil wealth? Acquisition of Africa’s resources is the chief purpose of Africom, not the development of Africa.

Every time there is an alleged US "humanitarian intervention", it's all about the natural resources of that country, and how the West can possibly control them, period, end of discussion.

Anonymous said...

We've learnt with some consternation that Bahrain in the case of Russia, the Arab League in that of China, offered both these two countries a bribe of 5 billion dollars each to refrain from vetoing the UNSC Syria resolution.

How stupid can people get? And what an insult to both these great powers that it should have been believed of them that for the piddling sum of 5 billion dollars(!) each they would swerve from their principles. Sometimes I really believe all of them should be locked up on some faraway island, lunatics that the are.

Anonymous said...

Occupy Wall Street Retakes Zuccotti Park, Kicks Off 2012 Protests - Dozens arrested - 17.3.12

OWS marked its six month anniversary on Saturday

“In our first 6 months we changed the national conversation. In the next 6 months we will change the world.”

Good luck to you all.

Anonymous said...

@ 9/3/12 13:56

IF this is true, then this makes Harold Pinter, 2005 Nobel Lecture winner, yet another west whore scientist.

Anonymous said...

4 shot dead outside French Jewish school

A motorcycle gunman kills a father, his two sons and another child in the city of Toulouse.

Anonymous said...

06:49 - Hello there. May I ask what exactly upset you in the quotation taken from Pinter the playwright of Jewish-British extraction? He was among the people who most ferociously opposed the Iraq war in Britain. He was no pro-US man ever.

Anonymous said...

Iran presses ahead with dollar attack

Iran is set to begin selling oil in currencies other than the dollar tomorrow. Combine this info with the fact that there are now 4 NATO aircraft carriers sitting on Iran's doorstep, and this week's Illuminati holy day of March 21st (Vernal Equinox), and the Greek CDS payments which are scheduled to be made after today's Greek debt auction, and the situation could not look much more bleak.

We all know what immediately happened to the last 2 oil producers who announced plans to sell their oil in a currency other than the US dollar (Iraq & Libya).

Anonymous said...

Euro Crisis: Plight of the Netherlands, Staggering Unemployment in Spain and Greece


A report by the London-based Lombard Street Research, which says the Netherlands is badly handicapped by euro membership and, as a result, the Dutch Freedom Party has called for a return to the Guilder. Leader Geert Wilders has become the first political movement in the euro zone with a large popular base to opt for withdrawal from the single currency. The Freedom Party is a conservative populist party. We do not read Dutch, but the very fact that this information was only picked up by a few sources outside of the Netherlands shows you what managed news is all about.

Needless to say, the Hague disagrees with the report, which puts the cost for subsidizing and bailing out of the six nations in trouble at $3.2 trillion. We set the costs months ago at $4 to $6 trillion. Mr. Wilders’ answer is if they disagree with the report, why don’t they have the guts to hold a referendum? Let the Dutch people decide.

Anonymous said...

I respectfully beg to submit that these recent killings in France may be no more than an electoral ploy on the part of one of the candidates. The soldiers killed were all racially different from the other white-skinned, blue-eyed French and now the Jews have also been thrown into the mix. This way one intimidates the racially different and garners the Jewish vote as well which is tantamount to saying the vote of most of the longstanding French population. Victory in sight, anyone? Eleven years of war behind us and people have yet to wake up to the truth.

Anonymous said...

Evening news: Internet claims a coup has been perpetrated in China against Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao. Whether it has been successful or not was not quite clear.

Also, east of Acapulco, a 7.6 earthquake shook Mexico. No news yet of loss of lives or the extent of the damage caused.

Anonymous said...

The Pound Falls After UK Deficit Comes In Way Worse Than Expected - 21.3.12

Lots of budgetary and monetary headlines out of the UK today...

Probably the most impactful is the big spike in February borrowing.

Total borrowing came in at 15.183 billion pounds. According to Sky News, expectations were for a deficit of just 8 billion pounds.

This unpleasant news comes on the same day as the UK government is due to introduce its new budget.

Anonymous said...

Sanctions on Iran: SWIFT Exclusion of Iran will trigger Split - 21.3.12

Exclusion of Iran from the SWIFT payment system will trigger a split of the global monetary system. The system will soon fall apart in two
parts, the "western, atlantic part" with Europe and North America and the "eastern pacific part" with Asia and Latin America (China, Russia,
Brazil, India, South Africa and so on). Some little independent states will have the advantage to take part in both of those payment systems.

But Iran's exclusion from SWIFT is only the trigger for the split. The REAL cause behind the split is the strong Renminbi (CNY) and its gradual decoupling from the US Dollar (until recently, the Renminbi was strongly pegged to the US Dollar). This enables the Chinese Development Bank (CDB) to issue its
loans increasingly in Renminby to the BRIICS states (Brasil, Russia, India, Iran and South Africa). Also Japan is profiting from such loans. Until recently, the CDB credits were all denominated in US Dollar.

The development banks of the BRICS states are involved in this clearing system and can issue loans in their own currencies them-
selves. Invisible behind all this is the development of an electronic payment and settlement system similar to SWIFT, but with Asian origin. The core of this clearing system has come into existence long ago and is serving as a settlement facility among ASEAN states, China and Japan since a long time. It has its own virtual currency unit named ACU (not a real currency, only an imaginary one for settlement

Anonymous said...

Good thinking 04.40 above. Here's the media jumping onto the bandwagon:

The French Connection: Are We Watching Gladio-Style Electioneering By Terror? 21.3.12

The following are important facts that may help you understand the background to the recent shocking events in South Western France.

Three servicemen have died and in another attack on a Jewish school, a teacher, two of his own children and a third child were tragically gunned down by a masked man riding a motor scooter.

Important fact number one: the first round of the French presidential election is scheduled for April 22nd.

Anonymous said...

More austerity measures as Spain’s public debt soars - 23.3.12

Spain’s financial situation is deteriorating rapidly, with debt reaching an historic high of 68.5 percent of GDP during the last quarter of 2011. It has now entered its second recession since 2009.

“Spain seems to be the main risk in the near future for Europe,” said UBS AG chief European economist Stephane Deo.

Anonymous said...

Exciting developments in the "ODIOUS DEBT" movement. After decades of making DEBT SERVICING the prime commandment of poorer countries, the wind has turned and in the most unlikely places:

IMF Banksters worst fear: Egyptians launch campaign to repudiate Mubarak's debt's

Mubarak contracted the debt so Mubarak should pay. Let the international banksters like IMF and WB who lent the money to Mubarak go collect it from him. Third world debt repudiation is the criminal banksters worst nightmare. Argentina did it successfully in the 90 and now there are Egypt, Pakistan, Philippians even India is a possible candidate for debt repudiation.

Anonymous said...

There has not been much to report over the past few days, as though MSM had suddenly gone catatonic. Some people take it to mean WWWIII is round the corner. Others shrug their shoulders and claim the powers that be do not know where to go next. So here's a summing up of what little we know is happening:

France - A complete mess, this. The killer is killed, we are told. We learn further he was a Mossad man, an Al-Queda agent, on the payroll of French intelligence. He's dead, he's not dead. So a false flag from start to finish. Whatever, the French Pres's hand was in it from the word go.

Syria - Russia and China cosying up to the west over one resolution. Now comes a second, UN "Human Rights" this one and highly lethal, again they back away. At times, the two biggies seem not to be in charge at all. And Syria is still number one story on the media.

Iran - A bit of a backdown here on all sides. Less hate speech over Iran, still no news about Kish oil borse and still no clear indication where the projected war is at.

Serbia celebrated the painful anniversary of the 78-day, 1999 NATO bombings. Anyone still remember them? That was Libya one.

And if it means something the US Pres is in Korea of all places. After all that stuff about a coup in China now a direct threat as they set up a US military base in South Korea. So missile defence shield round Russia and bases round China. What will the next step be? Your guess is as good as mine.

Anonymous said...

In LEAP/E2020’s view, five devastating storms will mark the summer of 2012 and thus accelerate the process of world geopolitical swing:

. US relapse into recession against the background of European stagnation and BRICS slowdown
. dead end for the central banks and interest rate increases
. storm on the foreign exchange and Western sovereign debt markets
. Iran, the war « too far »
. new crash in the markets and financial institutions.

There we have GEAB gloating again over Euro superiority, claiming the Greek crisis is over, predicting war with Iran, the bloodthirsty bastards. Well, if the Greek crisis is over, how about Portugal and Spain with their ongoing demos and their increasingly brutal police force? Sometimes I wonder in which world our pundits live.

Anonymous said...

@9:30 LEAP is not predicting war with Iran. They are reminding readers of ww2 history and Ardenne campaign, which is where LEAP borrowed the monty term "too far". "To far" relates the failure of US UK paratroopers in Ardenne to achieve their mission having been thwarted by one German SS division.

LEAP informs readers in an elegant way who
is tasked/working to break US and UK intentions concerning Iran. Because as you well know, Germans of 21st century are not stupid.

Anonymous said...

Brics’ move to unseat US dollar as trade currency

South Africa will this week take some initial steps to unseat the US dollar as the preferred worldwide currency for trade and investment in emerging economies.

Thus, the nation is expected to become party to endorsing the Chinese currency, the renminbi, as the currency of trade in emerging markets.

Anonymous said...

10 reasons why the reign of the dollar as the world resere currency is coming to a end

1. China and Japan are dumping the dollar in bilateral trade.
2. The BRICS plan to start using their own currencies when trading with each other.
3. The Russia-China currency agreement.
4. The growing use of Chinese currency in Africa.
5. The China-United Arab Emirates Deal.
6. Iran
7. The China-Saudi Arabia Relationship
8. The UN has been pushing for a new world reserve currency.
9. The IMF as well.
10. Most of the rest of the world hates US.

Good reasons most of them, but which can all be summed up by saying the nuking of the dollar by Russia took place in 2006.

Anonymous said...

The U.S. dollar is being dropped all around the world this month for trade.

The BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) signed an agreement to not trade in U.S. dollars anymore, but in their own currencies. They are even working on creating their own bank for trading between each other and to handle the currencies, besides lines of credit in the currencies.

Considering that Saudi Arabia and China have entered into an agreement to build a mega oil refinery worth 8.5 Billion last week, who knows how long the dollar will remain the "Petro dollar". Iran stopped trading oil for dollars on March 20th.

Anonymous said...

More about the BRICS

The BRICS countries' leaders are preparing for their annual meeting. These countries make up 42 percent of the world's population and a quarter of its landmass. They are also responsible for 20 percent of the Global GDP and
own a whopping 75 percent of the foreign reserve worldwide. In these tough
times for world economics these countries are trying to find a solution for the situation.

Away with the dollar, the IMF, the World Bank and up with newly forged instruments of economic exchanges.

Nussiminen said...

If the renowned Institution for Misery and Famine strives to dispose of the US Dollar as the world's reserve currency, that's suspicious to say the very least. Hell, the IMF is run by and for the Yank baboons and their faithful EUnuch bootlickers as is NATO. If IMF's alleged standpoint is serious, the corollary question becomes what the arrogant Lords of Baboonistan would have their hitherto beloved greenback replaced with. Add to this also the problem of the arch-reactionary Amurrrkan rabble going instantly über-bonkers.

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, not just the rightly named Misery and Famine Institution, all of them, starting with the infamous UN are US-run organisations. Add to which most countries throughout the world have US-puppet governments. Nonetheless, the unthinkable is daily becoming more of a reality. And the rabble is getting ready for the long fight once the dollar goes down. Rile China and Russia enough, and we'll see the treasuries flooding the markets, step mumber one. Everything else will follow from there, I suppose. We're positioning ourselves for the endgame and sure enough it's going to be a long, hard struggle to be able to do it without starting WWIII first.

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, not only the rightly named Misery and Famine Institution, all of them, starting with the infamous UN are US run. In fact most governments round the world are US puppets as well. But the dollar is going down and the rabble will just have to put up with it. Rile China and Russia enough and we'll see the markets flooded with treasuries. That will be the end of the road, though everything is being done to avoid the outbreak of WWIII. With or without, the dollar will not survive in its present condition and the new reserve currency will not be that of the IMF either, whatever their present dreams.

Anonymous said...

Someone quoted Harald Pinter in one of the posts above. Now here's another Brit considered one of the leading contemporary novelists talking about Iran:

Ian McEwan, the writer whose 2005 novel Saturday was widely interpreted as making the case for military intervention in Iraq, said on Sunday any attack on Iran with the aim of destroying its nuclear capability would end in disaster.

Speaking at the Guardian's Open Weekend festival, McEwan said: "I belong to that very large cohort who think it would be absolutely disastrous to attack Iran ... I think the mischief and misery and unintended consequences of an attack on Iran would be beyond belief."

McEwan's Saturday is set on 15 February 2003, the day of a huge anti-war demonstration in London. He said the debate over intervention in Iran mirrored the arguments over Iraq in 2003, but said that readers were wrong to attribute to him the pro-war views of Saturday's neurosurgeon hero, Henry Perowne.

In fact, McEwan said, his views on Iraq were a combination of Perowne's and those of his anti-war daughter, Daisy. Although he sympathised initially with arguments that Saddam Hussein had to be removed from power, he became "deeply convinced" that the Bush administration was not capable of running the country following a conflict.

(Must have lost a huge following after his terrible MSM-inspired Saturday. If he thinks he'g going to get back his erstwhile readers through such tricks, he's mistaken. Ah, even west's literature is no more than propaganda however grandiose the language it may be clothed in.)

Anonymous said...

The BRICS New Delhi Summit

It ended with a joint statement saying the BRICS would now issue loans amongst themselves in their local currency, thus putting IMF out of the picture. About Syria, they had this to say:

The world’s five leading emerging economies, represented by Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, have released a statement that condemns foreign interference in Syria.
It is important to give the Arab Republic’s government and the opposition a chance to start a dialogue, “without saying that such a dialogue is doomed to failure from the start and that only military actions can restore order,” President Dmitry Medvedev told reporters on Thursday at the conclusion of the fourth BRICS summit, held in New Delhi, India.

The Russian leader stressed that a military approach to the Syrian crisis, which is pitting anti-government militants against the government of President Bashar al-Assad, would be “the most shortsighted and dangerous.”

He stressed that the BRICS member states “will promote the success” of the Syrian dialogue.
Medvedev also suggested his partners from BRICS organize joint humanitarian aid to the Syrian people.

The Russian president also noted that Russia is already providing such aid to the conflict-torn country.

The BRICS Summit focused their attention as well on other pressing global issues, including reform of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Anonymous said...

George Galloway Wins Shock Election in Bradford, U.K.

March 30, 2012 "AFP" -- BRADFORD - Britain's mainstream parties were reeling Friday after firebrand George Galloway, a fierce critic of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, won a sensational return to parliament.

The Scottish politician becomes his Respect party's only lawmaker after crushing his former party, Labour, in Thursday's by-election in the ethnically mixed city of Bradford in northern England.

Speaking ahead of a celebratory open-top bus tour around the constituency on Friday, Galloway dubbed his victory a "Bradford Spring," akin to the popular uprisings that ousted regimes in Egypt and Tunisia.

(I know all about Galloway's humming and hawing over 9/11, and that will ever be held against him. Still, I can't help feeling pleased he put all the others in their place.)

Anonymous said...

U.S. Puts Boots on the Ground Across Africa

Secretly, the objective has been to wage war against a range of perceived enemies, with fewer boots on the ground and less accountability to the American electorate. Uganda is not the only East African nation where there is a growing U.S. military presence. Others include Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Rwanda, South Sudan and Somalia. Some of these nations are not merely hosting U.S. military trainers but have secret bases from which Special Forces can be dispatched to hit targets across the region. The largest base is Camp Lemonnier in Djibouti, but there are other U.S. sites in Ethiopia, which have been designed as launch pads for attacks on groups in Somalia and Yemen and for covert operations against Iran.

Anonymous said...

Some people are saying that the recent run on petrol in the UK, similar to the bank runs in the past, on the pretext of a planned(?) strike of British petrol workers will be coming to the US soon. And it will be used as a pretext to attack Iran and justify the presence of west soldiers in Africa as the post above describes. How true all this nay be we'll find out by the next installment scheduled sometime in June-July.

Anonymous said...

If we may beg our respected blogmasters to bestir themselves and offer us a new thread. Unless they wish to put us out to grass, the old, tired dray-horses that we have become.

Anonymous said...

The Spanish Riots Have Arrived?

Spain’s honeymoon with its new government is over.

Following months of hope that Spain will somehow tiptoe around the sensitive topic of austerity, despite promises of such and slow leaking of bond yields wider, yesterday the government promised to generate savings of €27 billion of about $36 billion (Spanish GDP is less than one tenth of America’s, so an equivalent US cut would be about $400 billion), as demanded by Europe, but which will leave a harsh aftertaste with the general population. As Reuters notes: “The central government could meet its target but there’s still a risk from the regions and the social security budget,” economist at Madrid-based think tank Funcas Angel Laborda said. “I get the impression the central government has created a budget it can meet but has left everyone else in a rather difficult situation.” Well, technically no. After all what Spain is doing is following the Greek playbook page by page, as expected back in October 2011 – first Spain sabotages its economy, then it demands more money, then it promises austerity, then it never keeps its promises but in the meantime, Germans are on the hook for hundreds of billions in more bailout cash. At the end of the day (for the euro), it will be they who are in the worst position, but since they get to retain their export partners (whose current account deficits the Bundesbank funds), all is well. That is, at least, until this latest unsustainable bubble pops.

Furthermore, as noted yesterday, it will be Spain’s regions, 17 in number and with an autonomous status, that are about to become front and center for the bond vigilantes.

Anonymous said...

Above was by way of introduction. So this weekend, the Spanish General Strike descended into a real fight between demonstrators and riot police, a sign of things to come? Simultaneously, in fifteen European capitals, demos took place, some of them fairly violent as in Frnakfurt, in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Obviously, our wannabe revolutionaries are sensitive to the cold. Come spring, they're geared up for action again, albeit in small numbers. The same two eternal questions come to mind: Is non-violent the best way to go? Should one throw fear to the winds and meet the powers that be head on? And then the all important question of leadership. Can a leaderless group achieve anything substantial? Well, cometh the moment, cometh the man (or woman, as the case might be, if one thinks of bloodthirsty Rosa Luxemburg). 2012: will it be the year that makes the difference?

Anonymous said...

On the situation in Syria

US WILL fold, writes, who else, the best informed of us all on the matter, our Syrian:

"Russia would be licking the west's ass if the plan against Syria had succeeded last year.

In fact, Russia, as some are saying now, was on America's side for the first 5 month, they were aware of the vastness of the conspiracy but allowed them to take it as far as they could. The moment the winning side became apparent, they called in the bets. The veto called America's bluff, they couldn't do anything. Their psyop wasn't working, their imaginary military power crumbled before reality: They cannot take on an army that is coherent, well armed, well trained and extremely motivated like the Syrian Arab Army.

And every since, they've been piling up the momentum on their train, burning more and more fuel, gaining more and more speed, but heading straight for a cliff!!!!! Which is why they want to "cool things down", as you can see Obama slobbering all over Medvedev to send kind messages to Putin.

As several Gulf states have contacted Syria and are BEGGING it as I type this, telling it they had no hand in the conspiracy.

But it is to no avail: the train shall not halt. The bets will be called in, and as I told you all, America will lie there naked to the world and I shall be the first to say:


Anonymous said...

China says U.S. has no authority to impose unilateral sanctions on countries dealing with Iran

China has wholly rejected the new sanctions from the United States which take aim at all foreign banks and financial institutions which continue to deal with Iranian crude oil.

“The Chinese side always opposes one country unilaterally imposing sanctions against another according to [its] domestic law. Furthermore it does not accept the unilateral imposition of those sanctions on a third country,” China’s Foreign Ministry said in a brief statement on Saturday, according to the Associated Press.

This comes as the United States continues to build up forces in the region surrounding Iran in addition to long-term plans to build a much larger presence near Iran.

Anonymous said...

US Has Highest Rate of Incarceration in the World

7.1 million people in the prisons system

2011 California Spending:

$9.6 billion on Prisons
$5.7 billion on Higher Education

Anonymous said...

News from the Afghan Resistance - 3.4.12

14 US-Nato invaders killed as Nato helicopter downed in Ghazni GHAZNI, Apr. 01 – A recent news report indicates that Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate brought down Nato helicopter in Andar district of Afghanistan’s Ghazni province on Sunday. The helicopter was shot down with artillery fire close to the US PRT base at 9:00 a.m. local time after it was about to land, causing the it to set on fire, witnesses to the scene said. A Mujahideen’s official said that as many as 14 US-NATO invaders are believed to have been killed in the shoot-down, adding that the shoot-down site was cordoned off by the US invaders with a large number their tanks.

From their statistics for the month of March: 503 invaders of various nationalities killed bringing the total for the first three months of the year to 3584 deaths among foreign troops. Also in the first three months, 24 aircraft of different kinds were downed.

Last but not least, the Resistance has decided to suspend the Qatar talks with the US.

Anonymous said...

Russian destroyer heads for Syria port

A Russian navy destroyer will dock at the Syrian port of Tartus in the coming days after setting out on a planned mission to the region, agencies quoted military officials as saying Monday.

The Smetlivy guided-missile destroyer sailed for the Mediterranean from its Black Sea base of Sevastopol over the weekend and will shortly arrive at the Russian-leased port in Syria, state news agency and other reports said.

The ship will take on new supplies of food and water before conducting planned exercises near Syria’s coast, navy officials said.

“This will be a purely technical port call that is conducted by almost all Russian navy ships conducting exercises in the Mediterranean,” a senior source in the Russian navy told Interfax.

Whether or not crew on this ship leave their ship during these "planned exercises" is immaterial.

Such a deployment give s a very clear signal that Russia is making as certain as humanly possible that the West is not going to intervene in the way it did in Libya here in Syria.

Anonymous said...

Come on you guys, give us a break. We need a thread-start for a new round of postings. This particular thread has definitely frayed and is on the point of snapping in two.

Anonymous said...

Somewhere above, a post did tell us about top bankers leaving their posts. Now we have over 400 of such departures all over the world, including that of Josef Ackermann, the Swiss head of Germany's ultra posh Deutsche Bank. I wish poiuytr would come and tell us what to make of it.

In any case, here's a link if anyone wants to keep tracking this particular development:


Anonymous said...

As unemployment soars, child labour returns to Europe - 4.4.12

Under the headline “Child Labour Re-emerges in Naples”, an article describes how thousands of children have been forced to quit school and find jobs in order to help feed their families in the southern Italian metropolis. The article cites a local government report from 2011 which noted that 54,000 children left the education system in the Campania region between 2005 and 2009. Some 38 percent of these children were less than 13 years old.

Such are the joys of economic prolapse, Austerity with a capital A.

Anonymous said...

.Markets slide again as tensions remain high in Greece• .
.Crowds gather again in Greece following Syntagma Square suicide

• Euro falls through Swiss franc floor...
• ....and hits 11-week low against the pound

. Greek elections sre scheduled to be held in May, people say

• UK manufacturing output drops

Anonymous said...

There was talk about the return of child labour to Europe above. Let us add to that the advent of what one has begun calling "financial murder", i.e. suicides caused by the economic situation. Greece is leading the way, the latest example of which was yesterday's Syntagma Square suicide of a 77-year old. In neighbouring Italy, too, suicides for economic reasons are now on the rise. This is the latest indication of the prolapse as it gathers speed. Still some way to go, but we are getting there.

Anonymous said...

Bailout Suicide Sparks Calls For A Violent Revolution In Greece

Nigel Farrage's prediction might come true sooner than one expected:

The armed revolt predicted in a suicide note by a senior citizen who could no longer afford to live due to the IMF and EU forced banker bailout may be unfolding. A senior citizen from Greece left a shocking suicide note when he shot himself in the head on the streets in front of Athens’ busiest square saying he believes the youth will soon pick up arms.

The man explained that he could no longer afford to live because his pension was robbed due to austerity measures forced upon Greek citizens by the IMF and the EU to pay for wave after wave of banker bailout loans.

Citizens of civilized nations who commit suicide in protest of the globalist cartel have so far done so peacefully as opposed to the “barbarian Islamic” extremists who choose to do the same with a bomb.

Of course that may all be about to change as the man’s suicide note has quickly turned him into a martyr and has sparked violent riots across the nation.

This is a particular disturbing development because as I explain below Greece has been dealing with the threat of a military coup and all out civil war for months now and at the same time there has been a sharp spike in suicides across the EU in nation’s that have forced austerity upon their citizens.

5 suicides have been committed in neighboring Italy in the last two weeks and an estimate was given of more than 450 suicides and 600 attempted suicides in Greece last year.

In nearly all cases officials say it is not clear if the economic crisis is the cause but their is no doubt about the latest suicide note which has ignited a powder keg of pent up hostilities as the man’s grave is the site of notes calling for an “uprising of the people”.

Anonymous said...

Happy Easter one and all!

Anonymous said...

Russia Plans to Flatten Georgia if Israel Attacks Iran

In the case of an Iranian war, it's expected that the Russian spearhead will be ordered to strike south to prevent the presumed deployment of US bases in the region, to link up with the troops in Armenia, and take over the South Caucasus energy corridor along which Azeri, Turkmen and, other Caspian natural gas and oil may reach European markets, the website added.

By one swift military strike Russia may ensure control of all the Caucasus and the Caspian states, for the first time since the Soviet Union dissolved, it said.

A potential thermonuclear war with Russia over an alleged Iranian weapons program which cannot, to date, be proven to exist?!?

I would strongly caution that this is a really, really bad idea for the US military to pursue.

And I would also observe that thinking Americans are sick, tired, and angry at the cost, in American blood and American money, which Israel consistently demands be sacrificed upon the altar of ultimate potential Israeli hegemony in the Middle East. They want this stopped, AND NOW!

And hey, if Tel Aviv wants to go ahead with such a thoroughly hubristic, ham-fisted, and misconceived military misadventure, then let's let them, this time.

Israel vs/ Russia;now, THAT would be an interesting military match-up!.

Anonymous said...

Russia Is Massing Troops On Iran's Northern Border And Waiting For A Western Attack

The Russian military anticipates that an attack will occur on Iran by the summer and has developed an action plan to move Russian troops through neighboring Georgia to stage in Armenia, which borders on the Islamic republic, according to informed Russian sources.

Russian Security Council head Viktor Ozerov said that Russian General Military Headquarters has prepared an action plan in the event of an attack on Iran.

Anonymous said...

Carnage Ala Milanese: Italian Stock Bloodbath

Italian bank shares are down over 8.5% in the last two trading days as all the majors are still HALTED as politicians reassure the public the EU debt crisis is all but over.
Italian bank shares are down over 8.5% in the last two trading days as all the majors (Intesa SanPaolo, Unicredit, Banco Popolare -7.14%, UBI Banca, Banca Pop Milano -6.3%) are still HALTED. As 10Y BTP spreads break above 400bps for the first time in over two months, it seems the marginal buyer of last resort has left the building and with little if any performing collateral left, credit spreads (and LTRO Stigma most notably) is breaking to close to record wides. We wonder how long those nasty speculators will be blamed for an attack and the short-selling ban will re-materialize (since it was so successful last time).

Anonymous said...

Here is a likely WWIII scenario by one blogger of genius. We can but hope it will never become a reality, but who can tell?

Why do you think DPRK is launching a satellite around this time?

This is to set up a chance for China's counter — a war in the Pacific.

Russia build up troops in Dagestan and Armenia, to take Georgia and Azerbaijan, cutting off the Caspian sea from America completely. This was their entire goal. So it's a message: Go ahead and attack Syria or Iran, breaking all our agreements, and I'll break all my agreements with you and take what's on my front porch.

With these countries taken, there is a direct route to both Syria and Iran and next is Turkey. Iran is capable of fighting on two fronts, so is Turkey, Syria's army was ALWAYS designed for fighting on multiple fronts and now has the most combat experience out of any army in the region.

It's going to be a huge battle. I won't guarantee we will win, but there's no way we can lose without taking the world down with us.

Anonymous said...

Michael Rivero of WRH talking about the BRICS' decision to stop using the dollar in their financial dealings:


Anonymous said...

Magnitude 8.2 (in some places, reported as 8.7) earthquake off the west coast if Northern Sumatra. Tsunami warning issued.

At the same time, daily the news out of Japan grows more and more ominous. How true is the whole thing, how much of it fake? Are the people of Japan facing a prolonged death sentence or is this just another MSM scam?

Anonymous said...

Happening Now: M5.9 quake hits Fukushima at 10:51a ET (MAPS) — Just hours after nearby M5.5 -(12,4,12)

Also today:

Magnitude 6.9 - GULF OF CALIFORNIA

Magnitude 6.2 - GULF OF CALIFORNIA

Magnitude 6.5 - MICHOACAN, MEXICO

Anonymous said...

Further Crackdown On Dissent As The Elite Prepare For Mass Uprising - 12.4.12

As southern Europe erupts in protest at crippling austerity measures, imposed by corrupt puppet politicians at the behest of global financial loansharks such as the IMF, the Spanish authorities have announced plans to further criminalize and crush dissent.

Spanish interior minister Jorge Fernandez Diaz yesterday announced in Congress planned reforms that would introduce harsh new punishments for those involved in organizing street protests that "seriously disturb the public peace". A minimum jail term of two years could be imposed on those found guilty of instigating and carrying out violent acts of protest, and organizing such demonstrations through social networks would carry the same penalty as involvement in a criminal organization.

Even more alarming, acts of "passive resistance" will also carry harsher punishments under the proposed legislation, and it will be an offense, said Mr Diaz, to "breach authority using mass active or passive resistance against security forces and to include as a crime of assault any threatening or intimidating behavior". Attempts to disrupt public services, such as the recent blockades of bus and train stations by Spanish protestors during a general strike on March 29th, would also be treated as a crime.

We can expect to see such legislation enacted across the Western world, as governments prepare for the unrest that is inevitably going to spread and intensify as living standards plummet, due to the theft and corruption of the political and financial elite.

Anonymous said...

US Government Debt Downgraded amidst noblesse oblige media blackout:

Credit rating agency Egan Jones downgraded the credit rating of the US from AA+ to AA last week. There waas barely a peep about this on the major news networks. And alternative media hardly mentioned it either.

Nussiminen said...


Not only can we expect to see ever harsher oppressive legislation being enacted. As Poiuytr has pointed out on more than one occasion, there is indeed a LAW (not formally enacted, however) at work which renders the Baboons utterly incapable of learning anything sensible whatsoever; not even from own tangible experience.

In the context of EUnuchia's very manifest deterioration and disintegration, the abovementioned law manifests itself in

a) how the Baboons rage and fume against the
peoples rising up across Southern Europe

accompanied by

b) selfsame Baboons' outright grovelling
before Big Business and its Chief Execrable
Offal, cheering on the latter's tyranny

The Baboons' limitless cretinism obviously has them believe that, somehow, the premeditated destruction of capitalism's faithful mass base of docile consumers will actually STRENGTHEN their own position within the system. Sadly for them, Big Business rightly judges their stunning idiocy totally correctly -- to wit, as a tender, lovesick plea for a most ferocious assault on themselves. And rest assured they'll be duly served indeed.

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, simply masterly, a pen dipped in vitriol you have. I liked the LAW of non-learning still to be "formally enacted". "Chief Execrable Offal" was a gem of utmost value. And, of course, the fate prophesied in your conclusion is exactly what awaits the west. The Baboons have been bamboozled out of hearth and home.

Nussiminen said...

Thanks, 11:54. I'm glad to hear my puns and outbursts are well appreciated on this forum. Shows convincingly that Poiuytr is doing a very good job since he is the undisputed primary source of inspiration here.

Poetry time, here goes:

Congrats to the bankster cabal
So adored by Western rabble
Proud baboons -- no brain, no spine
In defense of scum and swine
Glad to help their betters smash
Even Western worthless trash

Anonymous said...

Britain back in recession? The Telegraph

The likelihood that Britain has slipped into double-dip recession for the first time since the mid-1970s has just increased sharply.

Chris Crowe from Barclays Capital said the construction data for the first three months are the worst since the freezing winter and snow storms of early 1963. The figures have been so dire that they are probably enough to cause the whole economy to contract in Q1, following the 0.3pc fall in Q4 of last year.

If so, this will soon be headline news, and will set British politics on fire.

Anonymous said...

I say, Nussiminen, those were some harsh lines you addressed to the "proud baboons". But, then, I suppose they deserved every word of it.

Quite right, as well, you turned out to be the best of poiuytr's pupils. Wish we all had your talent, your polish, your verve. But am glad that at least one of us managed to reach the heights. Agreed: "congrats to the bankster cabal" for all the good work they've put in.

Anonymous said...

And while still in front of the screen, for heaven's sake poiuytr, James, give us a new thread. This one has become extremely cumbersome. Thank you in advance, Dear blogmasters.

Anonymous said...

Russian warships heading for Syria: Russian military source - 14..4.12

A high-ranking source in the Russian defense ministry says several Russian warships are on their way to the Mediterranean Sea to guard Syrian coasts for the foreseeable future.

“A decision has been made to deploy Russian warships near the Syrian shores on a permanent basis,” the state-run RIA news agency quoted the source as saying on Friday.

The source added that the Russian destroyer Smetlivy, which is patrolling waters off Syria now, will be replaced by another warship from Black Sea Fleet in May.

The official says several warships are on their way to the Mediterranean.

In January, a large Russian navy flotilla led by an aircraft carrier arrived at the Syrian port of Tartus in the Mediterranean to show Moscow's solidarity with Damascus.

Russia has voiced support for Syria against continued pressure from Western countries and some Arab states to destabilize the crisis-hit Middle Eastern country and topple the government of President Bashar al-Assad.

Moscow says Syria’s crisis should be solved through negotiations, rejecting military intervention to end the unrest.

Anonymous said...

Afghanistan - 13.4.12

30 Nato-puppet cowardly troops killed, many others wounded in Nooristan battle NOORISTAN, Apr. 13 – A recent news report indicates that a large number of Nato invaders and their puppets dropped off by helicopter in Kamdish, Nooristan province on Friday. As the enemy disembarked from the helicopter to plot an offensive got confronted by Mujahideen unexpected attack which continued till Friday and as many as 30 invaders and their puppets have been killed and several dozen of them fatally wounded so for this time. Both side fought with heavy and light weapons, where as the enemy bombed the area heavily in which 8 Mujahideen and more than 8 ordinary civilians have become martyrs, the report further says, adding that the enemy airstrikes have caused the civilians severe damages besides loss of life. We will bring you more updates as soon as more is known.

23 US-Nato invaders killed after helicopter crashes in Khost KHOST, Apr. 13 – A report says that one of the enemy helicopters went downed in Zazi Maidan district of Khost province last night, killing and wounding its entire crew members on Thursday night. Witnesses say as many as 23 US-Nato invaders were killed in the crash, while the area remained surrounded by the enemy who later carried the wreckage of the helicopter from the site.

Anonymous said...

Turmoil in global markets as Spanish bank borrowing from ECB doubles - Telegraph

The Bank of Spain disclosed the country's biggest institutions borrowed €316.3bn (£260.9bn) from the ECB in March, almost twice the €169.8bn in February.

Traders dumped Spanish stocks and bought insurance against Madrid defaulting, convinced the data showed that the banks are now almost shut out of international credit markets.

Spain's Ibex stock market plunged 3.6pc, with bank stocks leading the fall. The nation's benchmark 10-year bond yields soared past 6pc, heading deep into the danger zone that experts say is not sustainable without external support. Meanwhile, the cost of credit default swaps hit a record high of 500 basis points, meaning it costs £500,000 a year to insure £10m of Spanish debt over five years. This compares with around £70,000 for German debt.

Anonymous said...

War News

The P5+1 meeting in Istambul between the international powers and Iran was hailed a success and the next one is scheduled for late May in Baghdad. So no immediate plans to wage war there.

North Korea's launching of a missile either failed or was shot down (the two versions we've heard so far), so no WWIII coming out of there at the moment. Though NK has now announced it's going to carry out a nuclear test. We'll see what that brings when we get there.

So the potential war zone still remains Syria. Though little by little we get the impression that, too, will lead to nothing substantial.

Kabul was seriously attacked yesterday by the Resistance. This morning we hear all the attackers were killed. But this needs confirmation from the Resistance itself before one believes it.

Last but not least, Palestine keeps getting attacked and the media blackout there is firm and unyielding.

About Africa, no special news to report this morning.

Anonymous said...

Aspects of an Economic Prolapse

We've already heard of child labour returning to Europe and the financial suicides in countries like Greece, Italy, Ireland and Spain. Now here's a new development of the same nature.

Statistics reveal that US now has 1.5+ Million Homeless Children, but maintains 1000+ military bases worldwide.

It all adds up, it all adds up, Friends!

Anonymous said...

Latin America rebels against Obama over Cuba

Unprecedented Latin American opposition to U.S. sanctions on Cuba left President Barack Obama isolated at a summit on Sunday and illustrated Washington's declining influence in a region being aggressively courted by China

Another matter of disappointment to Big Brother: Latin America says enough to the war on drugs and insists instead on drug legalisation to calm the situation.

Last but not least: a juicy scandal involving secret agents and prostitutes captures the headlines. All in all, not quite the results US was hoping for.

Anonymous said...

Currency wars after having gone underground for a bit seems to be resurfacing again:

IMF Warns of Collapse of Euro and Full Blown Panic in Financial Markets

The Eurozone debt crisis is back into full swing as the IMF warns of a complete collapse of the Euro and a global economic slump that will rival the great depression.

IMF is now trawling the world trying to raise funds to bail out Spain.

Anonymous said...

Occupy Wall Street Plans To Shutdown Golden Gate Bridge May 1st

Occupy Wall Street is calling for a city-wide general strike in San Francisco and planning to Occupy and block the flow of capital the Golden Gate Bridge May 1st.

Baboons they may be, we still wish them luck.

Anonymous said...

Tens of thousands rally against Czech government

Tens of thousands of protesters gathered in Prague on Saturday for an anti-government rally as the centre-right ruling coalition was teetering on the verge of collapse.

Unions, pensioners, student associations and other groups angered by austerity cuts and graft scandals teamed up for what they said would be the biggest protest yet against the cabinet of right-wing leader Petr Necas.

“I’m fed up with this government. It doesn’t do anything for ordinary people,” Jana Sizlingova, a visibly angry pensioner from Prague, told AFP as she marched to the central Wenceslas Square with other protesters.

“I’m upset with corruption, non-transparent procurement, the health system, the social system — simply, there’s nothing good about this government,” she added.

Anonymous said...

Dutch Government On Brink Of Collapse

- The Dutch government is on the brink of collapse after politicians hit an impasse on implementing austerity measures required to secure a bailout.

- Financial Armageddon Approaches: Spain is About to Enter a Full-Scale Collapse - 21.4.12

Economic data and technical indicators reveal Spain is about to entire a full-scale collapse which will trigger the dominoes to fall across Europe.

- First round of presidential elections in France today - 21.4.12

Anonymous said...

Keep an eye on the seas round China as DPRK readies another ballistic missile after the first one failed or got shot down by US.

China and the Pjilippines had a stand off recently in the South China Sea. The US and the Philippines have also begun carrying out joint military exercices in the South China Sea which includes, according to some, raids by US ships off the coast of Palawan in the Philippines emulating war exercices but actually to open up old bunkers in search of the Treasure of Yamashita, alleged war loot stolen in Southeast Asia by Japanese forces during WWII. Similar attempts to steal funds in Indonesia are apparently also underway,

And in the Yellow Sea, joint naval exercices by Chinese and Russian warships will begin today for a 6-day period. Who is intimidating whom?

Anonymous said...

Egypt terminates gas deal with Israel. Expect Mossad to start blowing people up in Egypt with their car bombs


Next west war?

Sun Apr 22, 2012

Egypt has repealed a 2005 gas export accord with Israel, which relied heavily on Egyptian natural gas to generate electricity.

Anonymous said...

Dutch Prime Minister Resigns

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and his cabinet have resigned after failing to reach agreement on reducing the country's budget to meet European guidelines, the Dutch government information service said Monday.

Anonymous said...

Romanian Govt Falls in No-Confidence Vote

Romania's government fell Friday in a no-confidence vote, as opposition parties seized on widespread public anger over biting austerity measures, cronyism and corruption.

Anonymous said...

Interesting Economic News - 27.4.12

- The anti-USDollar forces gather strength. The emerging nations had been making numerous significant bilateral agreements a month ago. The Iran oil deals had dictated some degree of innovation in payment systems in response. The sanctions forced their hands. Additional sanctions like usage of SWIFT bank systems as a weapon, threatening usage in Europe, resulted in a flash point. The BRICS nations, led by China, appear to be on the verge of launching a rival SWIFT bank procedure that might be critical in trade settlement. It is likely to be outside the US$ setting.

- Prepare for the possibly sudden cardiac arrest event to the Petro-Dollar. In April 2010, a major conference took place in Abu Dhabi among Arab royals. They arrived in unmarked jets, over 200 strong in number. They struck important accords, including the reliance upon Russia and China in the security role for the protectorate. In essence, the Saudis worked to replace the United States in the protection racket that has endured since the 1973 embargo, manifested in trade surplus recycling, even as the Germans worked to establish the Eastern Alliance. If a new SWIFT system comes, then the foundation will be set to walk away slowly from the Petro-Dollar. Few see the pieces coming together. The impact on the USEconomy would be something between a wrecking ball and catastrophic.

- China prepares to wrest control of the USDollar, for the stacks of reserves held outside the US boundaries. This is history in the making. If a Chinese USDollar is launched, and trades independently of the domestic USDollar, then it is Third World curtain time for the United States. The practical effect would be rampant price inflation from a devalued domestic Dollar. It would be rampant shortages, since the restated Dollar would not be a favored piece of paper, not with tremendous economic weakness, absent industry, insolvent banks, ruined states, bond fraud charges in every nook & cranny, war cost impact, and the big storm cloud of the runaway USGovt deficits which could tack on another $200 billion in March. The path is clear, which begins with over 50% in external held debt, then lost sovereignty, then foreign voices influencing key decisions, then wearing down the muscle mass of tools like the IMF and World Bank, and finally lost control of the global reserve currency. Never in history has a nation had control of its currency wrested by another nation. The reaction process by foreign entities to the USFed and USDept Treasury abuses to the USDollar in hyper monetary inflation have wrought vengeance at worst and survival tactics at best.

Anonymous said...

First it was Greece, then Spain and now France and Switzerland:

NANTES – This city in western French is getting ready to launch its own local currency as a complement to the euro.

Though Nantes is following the example of the WIR cooperative bank in Basel, Switzerland, where 60,000 small and medium-sized enterprises are already using a cashless payment system, this will be the first time a large-scale European city is willing to try the experiment with both businesses and individuals.

The measure addresses the increasing importance of non-monetary exchanges between firms, a tendency that is particularly visible in times of financial crisis.

Anonymous said...

France's Francois Hollande and Germany's Angela Merkel clash over euro austerity pact - Telegraph

The growing gulf between France and Germany was underlined as the eurozone's two biggest economies clashed over tackling the debt crisis.

It is "not for Germany to decide for the rest of Europe", said Francois Hollande, the frontrunner to replace Nicolas Sarkozy as French president.

If elected, Mr Hollande says that he will not pass the fiscal austerity pact agreed by the leaders of 25 European nations, unless it contains measures to spur on growth.

His stance puts him on a collision course with Angela Merkel, the German Chancellor. She hit back at the French Socialist candidate's plans, warning the deal is "not open to new negotiations".

Nussiminen said...

Das Scheingefecht zwischen Angela Merkel und François Hollande:

Wir können ganz sicher sein, daB unsere bezaubernde Frau Merkel gar keine seriöse Gegner unter der EU-Garnitur hat. Ich (Nussiminen) habe das sehr bestimmte Gefühl, daB François Hollande -- mit größter Wahrscheinlichkeit in vollem Einverständnis mit seiner deutschen Kollegin -- ein biBchen Scheisse gern redet nur um den Schafskopf Sarkozy in den Wahlkampf-Endspurt zu zerdrücken können.

Anonymous said...

The Prolapse Making Headway

What happens when debt-fueled false prosperity disappears? Just look at Spain. The 4th largest economy in Europe was riding high during the boom years, but now the Spanish economy is collapsing with no end in sight (S & P credit rating now: BBB+). When a debt bubble gets interrupted, the consequences can be rather chaotic. Just like we saw in Greece, austerity is causing the economy to slow down in Spain. But when the economy slows down, tax revenues fall and that makes it even more difficult to meet budget targets. So even more austerity measures are needed to keep debt under control and the cycle just keeps going. Unfortunately, even with all of the recently implemented austerity measures the Spanish government is still not even close to a balanced budget. Meanwhile, the housing market in Spain is crashing and unemployment is already above 24 percent. The Spanish banking system is a giant, unregulated mess that is on the verge of a massive implosion, and the Spanish stock market has been declining rapidly. The Spanish government is going to need a massive bailout and so will the entire Spanish banking system. But that is going to be a huge problem, because the Spanish economy is almost 5 times as large as the Greek economy. When the Spanish financial system collapses, the entire globe is going to feel the pain and there will be no easy solution.

(Perhaps that final sentence should be amended to read: There will be no solution at all.)

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, You're absolutely right. It's but a Scheingefect opposing Merkel and Hollande. They'll be in each other's pockets as soon as the second round declares him the winner, if it does, that is.

But none of this should surprise us. After all, what is not simply for show in the west today? Fake democracy, fake economy, fake alliances, fake enmity. And on and on and on. Not one thing anyone ever says or does here can be taken at face value. Only the ongoing wars are close to reality.

Anonymous said...

Rense & Icke - Birds of a Feather?
April 28, 2012 (left, Jeff Ricke, disinfo specialist?)

David Icke couldn't defend JR's suppression of the Fukushima conspiracy theory. He posted it himself. Instead he stooped to ad hominem attacks. L.C. Vincent reports on a topic Icke won't touch.


Anonymous said...

I'm glad to see that Jim Stone's eye-opening article has not been entirely forgotten. If we who shun MSM, confine ourselves to the alternative media (AM), well they are all singing the same tune as Rense. And we are given the impression that Japan is absolutely on its last legs. We very much hope that is not the case. And, goes without saying, do not trust everything the AM spreads as well.

Anonymous said...

True Unemployment Figures for US (4.5.12)

The US has admitted there are 82 million "invisible" unemployed in the US (only they did not stay invisible as the government hoped because the alternative media kept pointing them out). The US government admits to there being 12.5 million "visible" unemployed, which together with the invisible means 94.5 million Americans are available to work but do not have a job. Total US population is 330 million. But 24% of those are young people not eligible to work. And 13 percent are retired. So the total population of available workers in the United States is 24% + 13% = 37% of 330 million people, or 207 million workers. And with 94.5 million workers not working, the true jobless rate in the US right now is 45%, not the 8% the media keeps propagandizing us about.

Nussiminen said...


The 'dirty little secret' about unemployment in Baboonistan reaches well beyond the realm of pure statistics; the latter already a sick joke in themselves as was duly pointed out above.

The fact of the matter is that our proud, grovelling Baboons are predominantly made up of well-off, allegedly "working" people. However, just like the unemployed minority, the employed majority contributes absolutely nothing valuable to the world whatsoever. Tepidly staring at a computer screen and milling around the espresso machine every once in a while is more like attending some kind of infantile day-care centre for adults. Fabulously rewarded inmates at that.

Hence, whenever a statement is made to the effect that the prevalent rate of unemployment among the Yank baboons (or the Eunuchians) stands at 8/20/45/whatever percent, the most appropriate answer is:

Be that as it may. Care to guess how many Baboons would be employed AT ALL if the world's peoples didn't have to put up with the Baboons' wasteful, parasitic lifestyles? Global meritocracy = Instant doooooom for Baboooons -- mind my words.

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, excellent turn of phrase: "Global meritocracy" spells "Instant doom for Baboons". Indeed, indeed.

Now let us watch the show tomorrow, May 6. Two electoral events, one in Greece of the parliamentary variety, the other in France of the presidential sort. You are right to point out that there is no difference whatsoever, as things stand, betten Baboonistan and Eunuchia. But the show must go on. At least for the time being.

Nussiminen said...

Comme le seconde tour de la présidentielle se dessine, je vous donne cette peste de Sarkozy à Heiligendamm (Allemagne) à l'automne 2007. Vladimir Poutine lui a bel et bien saoulé la gueule juste avant sa toute première conférence de presse internationale.

Donc, si Sarkozy est élu Président une fois de plus, au moins il y a la joyeuse perspective des gaffes encore plus dévastatrices que celle-ci:


Même le présentateur (c'est une émission de la télévision belge) se moque de Sarkozy. Traduite en Anglais, sa dernière phrase aux téléspectateurs veut dire:

"He came out from a meeting with his Russian colleague Mister Putin. And it seems he/they didn't have just water to drink".

Vive la France!

Anonymous said...

Very nice pictures of US soldiers in poppy field. Have a look.

Poppy Cultivation flourishes under the watchful eyes of the Crusaders and their lackeys in Afghanistan

US/NATO invading terrorists Patrolling Opium Poppy Fields in Helmand province

Please note, that the poppy cultivation under the Islamic Emirate had come to a standstill, but under the American invaders Afghanistan has become the world's leading supplier of opium, managing to produce almost 90 percent of global supply.

Shawwāl 09, 1432 A.H, Thursday, September 08, 2011


Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot, Nussiminen, 07:09 for highly fruitful links.

Just a few hours from now, we'll know whether Sarkozy really needs to se saouler la gueule au-delà des limites.

As for the poppy fields, yes, the petro dollar being no longer on solid ground, the narco dollar has become the west's greatest hope of overcoming the financial prolapse. I'm counting on the Afghan R to put paid to these pipedreams as well.

Anonymous said...

OK, so it's Hollande in and Sarkozy out. And in
Greece, Pasok and New Democracy have been given a right drubbing. They'll now find it a bit harder to keep slapping more austerity measures on the people. Tomorrow, then, Putin will officially be inagurated the new president of Russia.

Anonymous said...

Greek Leftist Party Takes Second Place And Center Stage (6.5.12)

Greece's political landscape was dramatically recast Sunday after exit polls of the national elections showed that a leftist party, the Coalition of the Radical Left (Syriza), was set to take second place, trailing conservative New Democracy and relegating incumbent socialist Pasok to third place.

Anonymous said...

Markets plunge after Greece and France election results - The Independent (7.5.12)

Renewed uncertainty over Europe's ability to deal with itsspawning debt crisis following elections in Greece and France hammered
stock markets today, with the main exchange in Athens down a massive 8%. Asian and Australian markets were down 3% and the US opened in negative territory.

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