Assorted Blither

Note in the following the west diseased brain. They threaten Russia with their Russia-hating prezzies. And yes, as always, the only force on earth capable of stopping the west beast is indeed west's chief enemy. No surprise there!

(from article)

A new report prepared by the Foreign Intelligence Service circulating in the Kremlin today says that the United States top National Security Advisor to President Obama, Thomas Donilon, was granted a “rushed meeting” with President Putin this past Friday wherein he warned the Russian leader that the world as we know it may be about to end.

According to this report, the Obama regime became alarmed last week after Russia’s top military official, Chief of the General Staff Nikolai Makarov, threatened to carry out a pre-emptive strike if Washington goes ahead with its plan to build a missile defense shield in Eastern Europe, after which Donilon was dispatched to Moscow by a frightened Obama.

From the very outset of this meeting, this report says, a “highly agitated” Donilon proceeded to denounce Russia’s threats and “non-cooperation” with the US over a number of international issues, including Syria, warning that Moscow’s actions could very well lead to Obama losing his upcoming election and putting into office Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney who during a recent CNN interview stated that: “Russia, this is, without question, our number one geopolitical foe.”

In responding to Donilon, this report continues, Putin stated that it didn’t matter to Russia who the US president was as the record clearly shows that Obama has done nothing since being in office other than continue Bush’s agenda of strict totalitarian domestic rule meant to aid America’s global hegemony. Putin further added Russia’s “extreme displeasure” that Obama has continued to protect the Wall Street “gangsters” who collapsed the global economy in 2008.

As this meeting neared its end, this report states, Donilon became “decidedly dejected” and voiced his concern to Putin that everything they were talking about may, in fact, be pointless and cryptically stated, “what’s the difference in any of this anyway; Nostradamus is the one in charge, none of us may even have a world to live in before this year’s out.”

This report ends by stating that Putin was “stunned” by Donilon’s strange remark after which the meeting ended with no further comments or appendages by the Kremlin or other Russian ministries, or officials.

Rest of article at: whatdoesitmean.com/index1577.htm

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Crossing over to the troubled EUnuchia -- where Greek Berlin junta gets an election blow and apparently where even the IMF bosses have now taken to repeating the old NBN's mantra regarding west imminent and irreversible fate, that of total wall-to-wall prolapse -- let's check in with Mr Nigel.



But where is Herman Von Rump? Unavailable? Perhaps reading faxes, as they jam the Brussel EUnuchs' machines? -- coming from Greece where A Tsipras forced the Berlin douchebags to cancel all their silly austerity and obedience promises they made to the Vaterland a few months ago during the coup d'etat.

And this isn't all. If only the Greek rape was nulled out... Apparently, the immediate moratorium of the last round of the Berlin rape is followed by stripping the very cabal of the Athens coup d'etat junta of immunity. And that's still not all!

There will be "investigation" into the banksters' ways and who is responsible for the collapse of Greece. It would be surprising, if this breath of fresh air didn't precipitate some rather hasty relocation of the coup d'etat junta back to the Berlin bunkers or wherever these war-obsessed, child murdering, 911-designing lizards weave their plots to maul our otherwise beautiful planet. And it's still better even than this!

Apparently, the question of whether Greek debt is even legal is going int'l. Now, this could possibly point to other EUnuch and baboon lands spreading some antigens against the west beast's war on the world.

It wouldn't be surprising if the clatter of the Brussel faxes didn't shudder Herr Merkel just a bit. She's, of course, at the moment indisposed confronting the ugly French result. It seems she's now taken to high-pitch yodeling, no doubt delivered with the traditional syphilitic germanic threats, at Hollande that all questioning of austerity is simply and strictly verboten.

Let's hope A Tsipras shan't forget to question the west war bankster theft via bailouts, while he's at it. Let's look at those for a moment and have a laugh.



The data isn't important in itself so don't try to squint-read the tiny numbers. Note instead the sharp rise of asset hoarding beginning the second half of 2008 following the 2007 dollar crashing due to the nuking of the dollar monopoly in May 2006, perhaps the most amusing and fun event in the whole of the laughable west-wide wall-to-wall terminal prolapse.

When they say "assets", they don't mean just cash stolen via the endless bailouts but also hotels, sundry realty, about half of all the baboon hovels, malls... well, everything in short. Basically, all west assets have been shifted into the pocket of the west bankster. Isn't this fantastic to see what all the bailouts have been about in just one simple picture?

This graph is for the baboon central wank, or what the plateau monkeys call the fed and it shows that 99% of the baboons no longer even own the 1% of USA assets. In short, the baboon only owns debt today, unsolvable and eternal debt.

Let's pause here, top off thy chalice, raise it high and let mighty cheer resound and heal thy wounds!

In 2001, when the baboon launched its rabid world war against all humanity, predicated on the sloppy self-rubbish attack of 911, murdering and torturing children for their BBCNN viewing pleasure, the baboon owned everything.

The dollar was a created entity, unrelated to any real economy behind it, driven solely by the mechanism of the petrodollar monopoly created by the Busch-Saudi clan. It cost them zero to print it and it got its value for free from the world's thirst for oil regardless of how much of the green stuff they made.

Today, the baboon owns NOTHING! Its greenback is but a hollow and let's hope a painful reminder of the yester-decade opulence as the baboon used to make its living from the blood of this planet leeching and plundering wherever it pleased. Today, all the economy problems with printing cash are real. Hyperinflation, the vanquishing of the buying power, and unsolvable debt are all real.

And perhaps most beautifully, while the baboon was slipping into its fiscal coma of its imminent terminal prolapse, its zoo keepers pried on it ripping it to shreds to boot.

The chart shows the rate, dates, and the levels of this incestual canibalisation of the whole of the west. And so it happens that today, after wanting to rule the entire planet, the baboon is a fiscally extinct species.

This, btw, is phase II (what the old NBNs called phase II) in which the west war junta hoards up everything they can before the west has its proverbial day of reckoning.

Now, the following graph is the same thing. Same time, same hockey-stick profile, same rate of bailout theft, same result, the same rough tripling of assets since the death of the dollar monopoly, the sole engine that ran the west cesspit and the sole reason for its wonderful, amusing, and spiritually uplifting death dance we're lucky to witness.

The only difference here is that the following graph is for the EUnuch central bank. Well, same criminal, same crime.

Together, these graphs also underline that the two central banks, though pretending not to be on too frequent cunnilingus terms, are, in fact, the very definition of incest.

Be it seen in the laughable comrade Obama's hasty dollar price slash to pump up the ECB with cheap baboon tender during the Greek coup d'etat chaos or shown by these two pretty graphs, it's clear that the baboon and the EUnuch are as different as two cheeks of the same arse. (Yes, quite right, this technically is profane but once one begins touching the west disease, even the most flowery damnations lose their sting.)



Note EUnuch's central wank mirrors that of the baboon, which means the same thief is ripping off the EUnuchs as is the baboons. Let's hope Tsipras at least points this out to the disgruntled west monkey masses.

And let's go to the drizzly isles of the britzies for our final bout of laughter. Apparently, Mr Camewrong was dealt an electorate drubbing there as well. That's mildly amusing but what's side-splitting is his response. It's not unlike that of a petulant brat beating its fists on the floor.

For mis-voting, Mr Camewrong threatened the isle captives that the harsh austerities shall go right ahead and soon may be augmented.

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Anonymous said...

Great that we got a new thread and such a pithy one at that! Find few words to express my gratitude. Re: Russia above. Of course the world as we know it may be about to end. Mr Donilon was not giving us any breaking news there. Either west goes down completely in the coming months or then we all get taken, Freeworld included, on Decemebr 23 of this year as per Mayan prophecy. Putin gave him a super reply regarding the totalitarian state US. As for Nostradamus, wonder whether Mr Donilon was not confounding him with the Mayans. Whatever, Putin is not Medvedev who, along with China, allowed Libya to happen. Putin has more guts and self-respect. And if it's the end of the world we're looking at, then what does any of the rest matter. Obama winning or losing his re-election, the moron Romney coming in or not. We're all gonners and perhaps that's the best thing that can happen to the world we've managed to mess up so beautifully, with a little help from our friends, the westerners.

Anonymous said...

OK, went and read the whole article and learnt our latest internet blogger is none other than Nostradamus. The parts left out above all dealt with Nostradamus predictions for the month of May 2012. Keep an eye open for May 14 and 20. Or then sometime in early June.

Seems to me west has run out of all arguments and can only fall back on astrology now to try and impress its interlocutors.

Nussiminen said...

Hilarious:

>> /.../ warning that Moscow’s actions could very well lead to Obama losing his upcoming election and putting into office Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney >>

If I were Putin, my response to Thomas Gordinflón would have been one of blunt -- yet refined -- amusement:

"Sounds great. Any deranged US imbecile will do as long as he or she fairly tends to intimate hygiene at least".

Humour aside, the West cesspit being on its last legs along with its arrogant, reactionary, decadent, and parasitic home constituencies is bound for utter disaster. It has long since lost its erstwihle productive/industrial base, and indeed its ruling Big Business Mafia doesn't even care about preserving domestic social peace anymore. In view of this very dismal prospect for Western imperialism, the latter's longing for deliberate destruction of the entire planet seems to be no idle threat.

Anonymous said...

I liked the title of this piece specially. Extremely apt. And now this for your reflexion:

Obama becomes president of France (9.5.12)

Countless "progressive" bloggers are celebrating the election victory of Francois Hollande in France.

Once again we see that mass stupidity is limitless.

Since the crash of 2008, the pattern throughout Europe and North America is for each government to be drastically worse than the last.

With each new election, candidates say, “Vote for us, and we will clean up this nightmare.” Upon taking office, they become worse than their predecessors, whereon the cycle repeats. “Vote for us, and we will end this nightmare.” Then the new crowd becomes worse than ever, whereon the cycle repeats. “Vote for us, and we will end this nightmare.”

Worse and worse.

The bankers installed Obama as a “savior,” but Obama is even worse than Bush. Now the bankers have installed Hollande in France.

I promise you that Hollande will be even worse than Sarkozy.

That’s why the mass media has no problem with calling Hollande a “socialist.” Hollande is indeed a socialist – for the bankers and elitists. (Someone who is closer to a genuine socialist, like Hugo Chavez, is called a "dictator.")

Like Obama, Mr. Hollande made all kinds of campaign promises that he never intended to honor. Hollande promised to hire 60,000 school staff, and create 150,000 state-aided jobs. Now that he has been installed, Hollande says he cannot honor his promises, because France must have a “balanced budget.” He says that France’s top audit body, the Cour des comptes, has verified this.

Even before taking office he is already spouting the standard lies to defend the bankers and speculators. Hollande is now modifying his campaign cry of “Austérité ne peut plus être une fatalité” Austerity can no longer be inevitable and “Trop c'est trop” Enough is enough.

And still the masses cheer him.

Hollande will become much worse than Sarkozy. Then the bankers will install someone who is even worse than Hollande.

And the masses, as always, will cheer their latest “savior.”

Source: http://wakeupfromyourslumber.com/blog/heydrich/obama-becomes-president-france

(And Hollande is also a Bilderberger. Nonetheless, I can't imagine him turning out to be worse than Sarkozy. Just no better, I expect.)

Anonymous said...

Prolapse, Stage II, the Hoarding Phase:

How are the people reacting in this particular phase? By overturning their ruling governments wherever democracy decrees fresh elections. The end result is of course like rearranging deck chairs on the Titanic as someone recently put it. The new leaders will prove no better than the past ones. Not even in Greece can one say any serious changes coming. One sole exception to all this, the case of Iceland. Otherwise, the only option to save something small at least is through a daily insurrection. No other solution in sight, is there? And even if this were to happen, the day of reckoning comes closer every 24 hours.

Anonymous said...

CIHIDEUNG, Indonesia - 10.5.12

Wreckage of a Russian Sukhoi aircraft with about 50 people on board was found on Thursday strewn on a steep ridge on a mountain south of the Indonesian capital where it crashed during a demonstration flight. There was no sign of survivors.

The Superjet 100 aircraft, Russia's first all-new passenger jet since the fall of the Soviet Union, went missing on Wednesday about 40 miles south of Jakarta. It was carrying Indonesian businessmen, eight Russians, including embassy officials, pilots and technicians, and journalists.

US sabotaged the Russian plane, it would appear. And Pres Putin will not be attending the G8 meeting. Something rotten in the State of Baboonistan.

Anonymous said...

Putin Bascially tells Obama "F U" Not coming to U.S for G8 meeting This month.
9.5.12

WOW, Well I guess Putin basically decided to tell Obama "F U". He called Obama today and said he is not coming to the G-8 meeting that has been planned since last year in the U.S. at Camp David (was going to be Chicago originally) this month (May 18th-19th).

For a head of state to pull out of a G-8 meeting is unheard of, especially at the last minute. Putin told Obama it is because he has to get his cabinet together. Considering Putin knew that he was going to be President again in Russia, I would think he already knew who his cabinet was going to be in his administration.

To me, this is a blatant FU to Obama. Lets remember that Obama was caught in an opened mic telling Medvedev that he would have more lee way when he was re-elected and to let Putin know that.

Anonymous said...

Beautifully named Mr Camewrong has his own version of Insurrection Daily to contend with:

Striking public sector workers walk out over pensions (10.5.12)

Union leaders say up to 400,000 workers will strike while the government says it will be half that

Hundreds of thousands of public sector workers are taking part in a 24-hour UK-wide strike in a dispute with the government over pension changes.
The government says current pension schemes are unfair - and unaffordable because people are living longer.

But the unions say members are being "robbed" and will have to pay more and work longer for lower pensions. Meanwhile, the government has said that walkouts by prison service staff in England and Wales are unlawful.

Among the public sector workers taking part in the 24-hour strike are civil servants, NHS workers - including paramedics - border force staff and lecturers.

Around 32,000 police officers are taking part in a protest march against cuts, according to Metropolitan Police estimates.

Anonymous said...

How the Greek election wiped out five months of market gains in Toronto, France, Spain and Britain - 10.5.12

Five months of slow, steady gains on the stock market – wiped out.

Canada’s premier stock market index is now in the red for the year so far – an indirect casualty of the latest worries over Greece’s sovereign debt crisis and the future of the euro.

Markets in Europe also sit in negative territory for the year, down about one per cent in Britain and France and more than 20 per cent in Spain.

Anonymous said...

China issues warnings on Philippines
10.5.12

China told its citizens Thursday they were not safe in the Philippines and its state media warned of war, as a month-long row over rival claims in the South China Sea threatened to spill out of control.

Never to lose sight of this ongoing crisis. If war breaks out in the South China Sea, we'll have entered a wholly new area of conflict and massacre.

Anonymous said...

Affairs in Syria seem to be reaching some kind of a climax. Earlier this week, the government held its elections, something new in the Syrian context. And it was more successful than one had hoped for. So in return violence on the part of the west and its agents returned with a vengeance, capped by the going off of a mini nuclear bomb in Damascus. It reminded one of those that had been used in years past in places as diverse as Beirut, Bali and Baghdad.

Whether Kofi Annan's diabolical peace plan is going to succeed finally cannot yet be determined. But the ball is in the court of the Syrian army now. May they use it to the best effect possible for the future of the country.

Anonymous said...

This day, which Nostradamus predicted might be fatal, was ushered in with at least two pieces of news to strengthen our own never-faltering hopes of a better world.

JP Morgan's losses on the market, true or false, is a step in the right direction to my mind.

Also, Greece's Tsipras seems to be a man of principle, after all. He refused to join the right-wing coalition so no government could be formed. Surveys seem to say if elections were held again, Tsipras would come out the winner.

Anonymous said...

Here we go:

Germany Has Waved The White Flag And Will Allow Printing And Inflation (12.5.12)

This week the German Bundesbank waved the white flag. The die is cast. For good or ill, Europe has embarked on a program that will require multiple trillions of euros of freshly minted money in order to maintain the eurozone. But the alternative, European leaders agree, is even worse. The recent German shift in policy was predictable, but what it means remains to be seen. This is a Ponzi scheme that makes Madoff look like a small-time street hustler.

Anonymous said...

Rally against 'predatory capitalism' - 12.5.12

LONDON: Occupy protesters Saturday took to the streets of the City of London, Europe's financial capital, calling for an end to "predatory capitalism" and joining the global movement's day of action.

On the continent, the biggest wave of protest was in crisis-hit Spain where thousands of "indignants" marched in some 80 towns around the country against economic injustice.

In the heart of London's financial centre, anti-capitalist protesters said they pitched around a dozen tents outside the Bank of England.

Anonymous said...

Last week was a truly hectic one for the EU, with violent anti-austerity demos and political deadlock again casting doubts over the future of the euro. In Spain, as many as hundreds of thousands marched in nationwide protest. They chanted slogans and waved banners demanding an end to cuts and painful austerity. In Italy, violent anti-austerity clashes erupted in the city of Naples, after yet another suicide apparently caused by an aggressive government taxation program. But above all that, is the political turmoil in Greece

Anonymous said...

Why Is The Obama Administration Allowing The Chinese Government To Buy Up U.S. Oil And Gas Deposits Worth Billions Of Dollars?
14.5.12

If we are trying to become independent of foreign oil, then why is the Obama administration allowing the Chinese government to buy up U.S. oil and gas deposits worth billions of dollars? This makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. The United States desperately needs to maintain control over its own domestic energy resources so that we can end our addiction to foreign oil. As I have written about previously, the United States actually has plenty of oil. If we would simply use the resources that we already have, we would never have to import a single drop of foreign oil. But instead, we continue to be the largest importer of oil on the planet and we are allowing China to rapidly buy up oil and gas deposits inside the United States. This is fundamentally wrong and it is a serious threat to our national security. But apparently everything is for sale in the United States today, and that includes our precious energy resources.

(Sorry, it's a USan speaking here. But it's not his nationality which counts in this, but the topic he is dealing with which is open to several different interpretations, all of them mind-boggling.)

Anonymous said...

The ratings agency Moody's Monday lowered the credit ratings for 26 Italian banks, including industry giants UniCredit and Intesa Sanpaolo, dpa reported.

The outlook for the banks is "negative," Moody's said, an indication that further downgrades were likely.

Moody's explained that the move reflected the poor state of Italy's economy.

"The ratings for Italian banks are now amongst the lowest within advanced European countries, reflecting these banks' susceptibility to the adverse operating environments in Italy and Europe," Moody's Investor Service said in a statement.

The country has fallen back into recession, the rating agency noted. The government's austerity programme has reduced "near-term economic demand"; at the same time problematic credit extensions are increasing while earnings for the financial institutes are dropping, Moody's said.

In addition, it has become more difficult for the banks to acquire fresh sources of money, Moody's said.

While ten larger banks were only downgraded one notch, eight banks dropped two notches, six banks dropped three notches and two banks dropped four notches.

Anonymous said...

blagh blagh blagh our economy is strong and let me tell all you anti-american (anti-society of men and women) that Al-Qaeda would have even hated us for being in Islam's traditional lands if our troops had done nothing but hand out candy and puppies and had never even built bases. All that other stuff is just Pyschological Warfare operations by Al-Qaeda to try and improve their image in the Arabic world as defenders of the oppressed when they honestly don't give a shit--in fact, what we've done in Iraq and Afghanistan is exactly what they want to do, only in every country.

An American Strong and Proud!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Bank Run Hits Greece, 10% Unemployment Hits France, etc. (16.5.12)

France’s unemployment rate has risen to 10 percent, with millions of French citizens looking for work as Europe’s economic crisis shows no sign of letting up.

Greece will hold new elections on June 17 since the recent ones did not manage to bring about a manageable coalition government.

And Moody's is gearing up to downgrade quite a few Spanish banks as they have already done with the Italian ones (see 09:52 above).

Anonymous said...

Wall Street Banks Secretly Build The World's Largest Private Army - 16.5.12

Wall Street banks have secretly taken over US firearms and ammunition manufacturers and mercenary firms in a stealth build up world's largest private military force.

A Daily KOs article reveals that Wall Street banks have used private equity firms to acquire and launch a massive stealth takeover of private security firms, US ammo and gun manufacturers, uniforms, silencers and an army of mercenaries to build what amounts to the world's largest private army.

(The first time I've seen such a thing on the militarisation of the US banks. The contours of the planned NWO suddenly become brilliantly clear. Yet another one to chalk up to Prolapse, phase three: Flight.)

Anonymous said...

And now back to phase one: wall-to-wall, terminal economic prolapse:

Dutch With Food Aid Shows New Economic Reality Engulfing Europe - 16.5.12

It’s just after lunchtime on a drizzly day in the Amsterdam suburb of Bos en Lommer and the line of people waiting to fill their bags with free rice, juice, potatoes and bread is lengthening.

The market is one of 135 food banks in the Netherlands bailing out people trying to survive on less than 180 euros ($234) a month, the threshold to qualify for the aid. Organizers say demand for the service rose 20 percent in the first quarter.

Nussiminen said...

>> An American Strong and Proud >>

Make that "Wrong and Loud" (and that's tamed by appreciable polite restraint, mind you) and you're really onto something. In reality, your economy is on the verge of becoming as bankrupt as the average USian's moral stature -- quite an achievement, admittedly.

True, as fitting for people infatuated with Western imbecility and depravity, the Yank baboons have never been much impressed by other aspects of "strength" than torture-and-slaughter, pure and simple. However, with its 300-odd million home constituency of totally unproductive, uncompetitive, and parasitic social strata, the situation for US imperialism has become utterly untenable. With no domestic creation of wealth to fall back on, its ceaseless wars to preserve the decadent American way of life will bankrupt the Yank baboons all the sooner.

Anonymous said...

Fitch has just downgraded Greece, warning that it could soon crash out of the single currency.

The rating agency cut Greece's long-term rating to CCC, from B-, just two months after upgrading its rating following its debt swap deal.

Fitch said it had taken the move because of the chance that the next Greek government will be led by parties who oppose the current austerity plan.

In a statement, Fitch said

The downgrade of Greece's sovereign ratings reflects the heightened risk that Greece may not be able to sustain its membership of Economic and Monetary Union (EMU).

The strong showing of 'anti-austerity' parties in the 6 May parliamentary elections and subsequent failure to form a government underscores the lack of public and political support for the EU-IMF EUR €173bn programme.

In the event that the new general elections scheduled for 17 June fail to produce a government with a mandate to continue with the EU-IMF programme of fiscal austerity and structural reform, an exit of Greece from EMU would be probable.

Fitch went on to warn that a Greek exit would likely result in widespread default on bonds issued by Greek companies, as well as its own sovereigh debt.

(I say, Fitch, how about downgrading California?
Compared to them, Greece is just a babe in the cradle.)

Nussiminen said...

@08:36

En cuanto al estado económico de California, recuerda que acaba de escribir nuestro "Gringo fuerzo y orgulloso":

>> our economy is strong >>

Quizá fue él que tomó la decisión de Fitch :-)

Anonymous said...

Our friend Nussiminen, fluent in so many languages, must have got it right once again. Now we know on what Fitch based its recent downgrade decision.

Anonymous said...

Disco Queen died of lung cancer, like many of 911 first responders. The cencer was of course caused by radiation from a small hydrogen bomb. It seems West's mass media can longer hide "cancer story" any more.

++++
Donna Summer died from 9/11 cancer?

http://rt.com/usa/news/donna-summer-cancer-singer-627/

Anonymous said...

NATO activates missile shield despite Russian anger
20.5.12

NATO leaders launched Sunday the first phase of a US-led missile shield for Europe, risking the wrath of Russia which has threatened to deploy rockets to EU borders in response.

A NATO official told AFP that US President Barack Obama and his allies "just decided" at a Chicago summit to put a US warship armed with interceptors in the Mediterranean and a Turkey-based radar system under NATO command in a German base.

The alliance insists the shield is not aimed at Russia and aims to knock out missiles that could be launched by enemies such as Iran, but Moscow fears that the system will also serve to neutralize its nuclear deterrent.

Anonymous said...

Mortgage Crisis Hits France As Entire Sector Drops Off A Cliff
May 21, 2012

French banks may have to be nationalized as France’s mortgage sector has just dropped straight off a cliff and the banks are on the hook to cover the crash.
This news comes as warnings circulate of financial anarchy and bank runs hitting Spain and Italy within weeks.

New Pres Hollande is going to renege on promise number two, no doubt, after shilly-shallying over electoral promise number one of removing French troops from Afghanistan by year's end.

Anonymous said...

Exquisite "blether", to use poiuytr's word, as NATO ends its execrable summit in Chicago. Their final statement purports to be NATO's "irreversible" withdrawal plan bringing to an end the Afghan War. Thereafter, it is all about "phased" retreat. Here is a glimpse of how the withdrawal calender is scheduled to work out at the moment:

Summer 2012 - Return to their homeland of some 30.000 US surge troops injected into Afghanistan in 2009.

End of 1212 - Removal of the some 3.300 French troops as per electoral promise of Pres Hollande, though now it is being said things might take a bit longer owing to the difficulties involved in shipping back the expensive hardware involved.

Mid-2013 - Afghan "troops" to take over the security of the country from US-NATO forces. New Zealand to pull out troops.

2014 - Foreign combat troops to leave Afghanistan finally. Afghan election to be held.

ISAF troops, renamed trainers, to reaming in Afghanistan until at least 2024

Night raids and drone strikes in Pakistan to continue indefinitely.

So here is man proposing: How his proposals will be disposed of is anyone's guess. But one thing is clear. Whatever the hype in Chicago, the invaders have finally formally acknowledged, though not in so many words, that the war in Afghanistan was won fairly and squarely by the invincible Afghan Resistance.

Anonymous said...

Russia pays tribute to US budget
21.05.2012 - Pravda

There are many elementary things that recieve no attention at all, although they can be extremely important. If you take a Russian banknote in your hands, you will see that it says: "Note of the Bank of Russia." If you take a look at Soviet banknotes, you will see that they say: "State Treasury Note." It means that it is not the Russian state that makes the money that all Russians use in their everyday lives today. This is a consequence of 1991 - the time when the Soviet Union collapsed.

Modern-day bank notes are made in today's Russia on the base of the Constitution, as well as on the base of the laws about the Central Bank. The production volumes of today's banknotes in Russia are proportionate to the volume of the purchased virtual foreign currency. In other words, in order to pay, let's say, a note of 100 rubles to a cashier in a supermarket, the Russian economy has paid the United States of America the face value of this note.

If we add the structure of the Russian reserves, the general systems of balance of payments, the crediting mechanism - i.e. the elements of economic sovereignty, which Russia does not have, - then we will see that today, Russia pays nearly $200-300 billion to the US. This amount corresponds to the taxes, which Russian tax-payers pay - without customs payments.

Conditionally, every Russian citizen pays two taxes. One of them goes to the Russian budget, and the other one - in the same amount - goes to the American budget. Russia spends this money on the inflation mechanism, because this money is withdrawn from the economy. Therefore, Russia will never solve the inflation problem until it solves the problem of the Central Bank. Hungary tried to do it, for example, but was punished for it.

Russia is not alone here, of course. America defeated many countries of the world. The above is not a specific problem of Russia. That is why the USA consumes a half of the world's GDP because they collect tribute from everyone, not just Russia.

Sergey Fyodorov

State Duma deputy

Anonymous said...

Kucinich: “NATO Talks a Sham: War in Afghanistan is Not Ending”

By Dennis Kucinich

May 22, 2012 "Information Clearing House" -- Washington, May 21 - Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) today released the following statement as world leaders meet in Chicago for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit.

“The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is not a benevolent organization. NATO is not about the North Atlantic and it’s not about our collective defense.

“NATO is a cost-sharing organization that finances aggressive military action. By hiding behind the claim that the organization provides for ‘common defense,’ NATO allows us to wage wars of choice under the guise of international peacekeeping. The most recent example was the unconstitutional war in Libya where NATO, operating under a United Nations mandate to protect civilians, instead backed one side in a civil war and pursued a policy of regime change.

“Today, NATO leaders are meeting in Chicago to discuss the future of Afghanistan. The talks are being billed as discussions of plans to end the war. The war in Afghanistan is not ending. These talks are simply about financing the next phase of the war.

“The Strategic Partnership Agreement between the U.S. and Afghanistan commits us to the country for at least another decade, despite public support for the war being at an all time low. The United States will pay for half of the estimated $4.1 billion per year cost of supporting 352,000 Afghan army and police officers. Afghanistan’s contribution will be $500,000. The rest will be financed by our ‘NATO partners.’ It is not surprising that support for the war among NATO members is waning, with France threatening to pull out its troops by the end of this year.

“Our participation in NATO comes at a great financial cost to the U.S. We contribute the majority of funds for NATO’s common budget, including 25% of the military budget. Between fiscal years 2010 and 2012 alone, we contributed more than $1.3 billion to NATO’s military budget. We also incur significant costs through the deployment of our forces in support of NATO missions. According to The Atlantic, the war in Libya cost the United States $1.1 billion.

“NATO was originally founded to provide a strategic counterbalance to the Soviet Union. Its founding purpose no longer exists, but NATO continues to circumvent the authority of the United Nations and to provoke other nations. NATO is an anachronism. Instead of trying to bolster the organization, we should begin serious discussions to dismantle it.”

Anonymous said...

Spain: Millions protest cuts to education funding
22.5.12

Most schools and universities are closed today. Both teachers and students are in the streets protesting cuts to educational funding as part of the countries' austerity measures. The government has slashed billions of Euros from the education budget.

The strike spans the whole system from elementary schools to universities. Both teachers and students are taking part in demonstrations today May 22.

­The austerity measures if passed will reduced government funding to schools by more than 20 per cent. Unions say this will result in poorer educational conditions, mass teacher layoffs, and also higher tuition costs.

Anonymous said...

Back to the NATO summit in Chicago: Apart from announcing west defeat in Afghanistan (however nuch MSM has tried to hype this one up), two other things of not took place there, namely:

Russia. One important thing that the summit lacked: The meeting of the NATO-Russia Council, which was established 10 years ago to coordinate the relationship between the alliance and Moscow. Because of outstanding disagreements over missile defense in Europe and lingering resentment over the Libyan war, the Russian government sent no representative to Chicago. This represents a significant setback in relations after the remarkably positive developments at the 2010 summit in Lisbon, where Russia agreed in principle to cooperate with NATO on missile defense. Russia's absence from the summit was all the more startling in light of the summit's failure to reach agreement with Pakistan over supply routes into Afghanistan, which makes NATO that much more dependent on Russian cooperation.

Last but not least, NATO refused to commit to intervention in Syria, declaring that it had "no intention" of doing so. Despite months of agitation for Western military action in Syria's civil war, the alliance ignored the hawkish demand to "do something." NATO governments remembered how overstretched many of their allies' military forces are and how weary Western nations are of foreign wars that have little or no connection to Western security. For once, it appears that a foreign conflict in the vicinity of NATO will not lead to another "out-of-area" military mission, which will be the first time in almost two decades that the alliance has opted to stay out of other nations' conflicts when there has been an opportunity to intervene.

And before winding this one up, here are the two stupidest things I read about the PR nonsense that was Camp David and Chicago. One: Obama in front of the G8 said Syria should effectuate regime change, taking YEMEN, yes Yemen as their model. Anyone following what horrors are taking place in Yemen on a daily basis? The other was that NATO member Spain (yes Spain) was apparently considering keeping on its troops in Afghanistan until 2024! There seems to be no limits to the stupidity of politicians.

Nussiminen said...

About the Nazi American Terror Organization:


"Our participation in NATO comes at a great financial cost to the U.S."

No, it doesn't. True, the US and the EU are indeed broke in anything but name, but their living standards are largely maintained precisely because of permanent imperialist looting, brigandage, and political blackmail, a key component of which is NATO. Should NATO dissolve without any successor ready to step into its shoes, the Yank baboons and the EUnuchians would face instant, utter squalor.


“NATO was originally founded to provide a strategic counterbalance to the Soviet Union."

Well, yes and no. The USSR did pose a problem insisting on a unified, de-militarized Germany, which would have deprived US imperialism the benefits of Nazi Germany's Officer corps and industrialists within the armamants sector. Of course, these scum would have fled en masse to the US in case the USSR had got its way through, but their expertise was infinitely more valuable "at home"; to wit, inside the US protectorate of the Federal Republic of Germany. And it was also a most unwelcome piece of news when the USSR put an end to the Yank baboons' monopoly on nukes. But what the ruling circles of Anglo-American imperialism feared the most was the liberation of the colonial peoples. The years 1946 - 1953 were characterized by uninterrupted, savage Nazi (= Western) barbarism in a wide host of countries, most notably Malaysia, Greece, Korea, and Vietnam. NATO put all Western militarist interventionism under the auspices of Washington. It just couldn't have taken place without NATO's consent.


"Its founding purpose no longer exists, but NATO continues to circumvent the authority of the United Nations and to provoke other nations. NATO is an anachronism."

Strictly speaking, NATO -- and this applies with equal vigour to the UN as well -- is only "an anachronism" if you take the bourgeoisie's fairy-tales (limitless philanthropy and benign protection as the original, guiding intent of its international organisations) seriously. The West is a parasite to boot and, as such, would cease to exist soon enough without a huge coercive apparatus running rampant.


"Instead of trying to bolster the organization, we should begin serious discussions to dismantle it.”

Again: Does a bloody Republican Yank really understand what that would entail?

Anonymous said...

Nigle Farrage's latest plea on behalf of Greece:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=RQ9uHUDkTq4

Anonymous said...

While Nigel was pleading with his fellow MPs to defend Greece's right to a future outside the EU, one of his pet hates, that incredibly insignificant von Rompuy, bureaucrat turned dicator, was using a different rhetoric at one of the EU's never-ending summits:

EU Won’t let Greece Out of its Talons

The EU bureaucrats have declared that Greece should remain within the Eurozone in order to respect its commitments to the corrupt financial system that has decimated the country and the rest of the world.

Herman Van Rompuy, the unelected President of the European Council following a recent summit in Brussels, suggested that Greece no longer has the right to self-determination and is beholden to the superstate dream...

Anonymous said...

Canada student protests erupt into political crisis with mass arrests - 25.5.12

More than 500 people were arrested in Montreal on Wednesday night as protestors defy controversial new law Bill 78

Protests that began in opposition to tuition fees in Canada have exploded into a political crisis with the mass arrest of hundreds of demonstrators amid a backlash against draconian emergency laws.

More than 500 people were arrested in a demonstration in Montreal on Wednesday night as protesters defied a controversial new law – Bill 78 – that places restrictions on the right to demonstrate. In Quebec City, police arrested 176 people under the provisions of the new law.

Anonymous said...

Canada: Maple Spring: Nearly 1,000 Arrested As Mass Quebec Student Strike Passes 100th Day : More than 400,000 filled the streets of Montreal this week as a protest over a 75 percent increase in tuition has grown into a full-blown political crisis.

Anonymous said...

R.H., What do you think? The Alternative media following its own agenda or is there some truth in all of this?

U.S. Army General: The Whole Northern Hemisphere is at Risk of Becoming Largely Uninhabitable
25.5.12

We can play the denial game all day long and pretend that, because the mainstream media is not reporting on it, there is no threat, but the facts are quite clear.

This is, without a doubt, the most immediate threat faced by the world. It’s so serious, in fact, that the Japanese government has considered and put into place evacuation plans for the whole of Tokyo – some 40 million people. Reports are also emerging that suggest a collapse of the spent fuel pools would be so serious that the entire country of Japan may have to be evacuated. The entire country – that’s 125 million refugees that will cause an unprecedented humanitarian disaster.

http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/u-s-army-general-the-whole-northern-hemisphere-is-at-risk-of-becoming-largely-uninhabitable_05252012

Nussiminen said...

@08:04

Putting aside the issue of the publisher's intents and focusing on the veracity of the story, I believe there are three (main) possibilities to consider as outlined below. Please mind the fact here that shtf wasn't the primary source.

a) The story is correct -- to wit, a US Army General has seriously warned about terminal, environmental catastrophe in the Northern Hemisphere, the quotes provided by the media outlet being 100% authentic (with regard to their origin as well as literally).

b) The story was devised as an intentional distraction (with the General as the visible deceiver) and shtf swallowed the bait, albeit by way of another publisher higher up the food chain.

c) The story is pure invention but, if so, then clearly not the invention of shtf.

Now, in view of the fact that the biggest threat to life on Planet Earth is none other than the US military deliberatley poisoning lands and peoples for the benefit of Corporate Greed, we can walk through the above list and pass the verdict accordingly.

a) Whenever a Yank baboon is "seriously concerned" about something, then aforedaid concern is always constrained by self-love and extreme bigotry. In this case, the hidden message most likely amounts to a call for outright genocide against the Global South so as to to make room for the Baboons facing environmental doom in the North.

b) The distraction did the trick, testifying to the Alternative Media's loyalty and gullibility. At the very least, it should have raised the corollary question: "So when are you going to do something about your own employer?"

c) Sheer laziness. Not even worth contempt or ridicule.

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, perceptive assessment of the text on the situation in Japan. We passed our verdict in keeping with the three possibilities you mentioned and it wasn't too hard to do, after all. Accurate comments on the Global South versus the North and the "gullibility" of the Alternative Media. It's clear they, too, have their own agenda to further. Conclusion: Japan is OK. Hope R.H. confirms this. And we better be on our guard with sites like Rense, Alex Jones, WRH, Antiwar.com, etc. In fact, we are probably among the few agenda-less, if I may put it that way, blogs on the worldwide web.

Anonymous said...

The US China Trade War - 26.5.12

The Treasury Department released its semi-annual FX Report, which they say shows that no country in the world is at present manipulating currency and that is including China. This would be laughable if the American taxpayer had not paid for the report. The one thing that is confirmed is that the Chinese have established significant control over the US Treasury Department.

I hope we can all remember last week when the traitor Timothy Geithner cleared the way for the Chinese government to buy US Treasury Bonds directly from the US Treasury (rather than on the bond market), which no other country in the history of US has been allowed to do. These are not acts of incompetence, but rather blatant acts of treason against the people of the United States, or so the Alternative media claims.

Anonymous said...

>>08:04

It's pure bullshit. Laughable.

I'm just about going out to a zoo with my baby and cannot write a long sentence now. So, I keep it simple.

Why did nobody ever die outside the nuke plant since the incident happened ? Then, why do they clasified the "accident" as Level 7, (i.e., = Chernobyl class)?

R.H.

P.S. Goldman Sachs seems to know something this general or ordinary westerners do not.

http://in.reuters.com/article/2012/05/25/goldman-japan-idINL4E8GP09K20120525

Goldman Sachs to invest in Japan real estate -official

May 25 (Reuters) - The asset management arm of Goldman Sachs plans to gather about 100 billion yen ($1.3 billion) from Japanese and foreign investors to invest in Japanese real estate, a Goldman Sachs official in Tokyo said on Friday.

Anonymous said...

R.H., thanks, thanks, thanks! Lots of love to you and the baby and a lovely day at the zoo!

Why on earth certain sections of alternative media cannot leave Japan alone for the moment is a mystery to us all. But so it is. Judging from the solidity of the yen, we have had little doubt that nonsense was being talked. But occasionally our nerves give way as well. Again many thanks, and long live Japan!

Anonymous said...

The zoo was nice. But my baby is too little to understand what it is.

Another interesting news. Do you remember that Japan and China agreed 6 months ago that they were going to trade without using US dolars? now it's really starting. R.H.

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http://english.kyodonews.jp/news/2012/05/160257.html

Japan, China to begin yen-yuan direct trading as early as June

BEIJING, May 26, Kyodo

Japan and China are expected to start direct trading of their currencies as early as in June as part of efforts to boost bilateral trade and investment, financial sources in China said Saturday.

Anonymous said...

Think of this, too.

There are so many Geiger counters in Japan. Many indivisuals, labos, and factories, etc have ones. If condition of radiation was so bad, how could it be concealed in the age of the internet?

There are so many digital cameras, cell phones, etc. If some people died of radiation disease, how could it be concealed in the age of the internet? There are only rumors.

Moreover, if people understood the situation was not bad, then some courageous guys would demand to enter the nuke plant and take a look inside the reactors. And they would find ........... no fuel rods! It would be tragic for the criminals. For this reason, too, Fukushima's condition has to be very bad.

Anonymous said...

Right after 311, Ken Adachi of Educate Yourself said 311 was a huge fraud. So, I feel his recent article may be informative (though I have not read it completely yet).

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Fukushima Radiation Fear Mongering: An Orchestrated Scare Campaign Exceeding the Fraud of 9/11, From Ken Adachi, May 19, 2012.

http://educate-yourself.org/cn/fukushimaradiationpsyops19may12.shtml

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much, R.H. You've made your case in exemplary manner. And our verdict cannot but be that you are in the right of things and the A.M. are guilty of false reporting.

Of course, the possibility of any Sino-Japanese alliance is one of the nightmares of the West. Also, discovering the truth about Fukishima would be disastrous for their far-fetched plans. Hope Japan shields itself the best they can from any assaults on their real estate on the part of Goldmann Sachs. Last but not least, I'll be back later with my views on Ken Adachi's article. Good to know that 9/11 and 311 are two cards from the same pack of filthy tricks. And that we've managed to see through both.

Anonymous said...

Second NATO copter crashes in eastern Afghanistan

Mon May 28, 2012

Another NATO helicopter has crashed in eastern Afghanistan after at least two US-led foreign soldiers were killed in Monday's first such incident, Press TV reports.

NATO said in a statement that one helicopter crashed in Afghanistan on Monday and two soldiers were killed, without giving further details about the incident.

Our correspondent in Afghanistan reported the second helicopter went down only hours after the first incident.

The Taliban militant group claimed responsibility for both attacks.

Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mojahed announced that the militants downed the first helicopter in Wardak Province, killing all troops on board.

He added that eight US-led foreign forces were also killed in the second attack in the Paktika Province.

The Taliban militants say they have shot down several aircraft and NATO choppers in different parts of Afghanistan over the past few months.

Anonymous said...

Japan and China will start direct currency trading this week, Tokyo said Tuesday, the first time Beijing has let a major unit other than the dollar swap with the yuan.

Several nails being hammered into the reserve currency status of the dollar. Any surprise then that we're being sold the story of the end of the Japanese people through radiation?

Anonymous said...

Does anyone here know what this news really means? My guess is that the Rockefellers are in very bad shape and asked the Rothschilds for help. But I'm not so sure. R.H.

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http://uk.reuters.com/article/2012/05/30/rothschild-rockefeller-idUKL5E8GU00P20120530

Rockefellers and Rothschilds form strategic partnership-FT

May 30 (Reuters) - The Rothschild banking dynasty has agreed to invest in the Rockefeller group's wealth advisory and asset management business to form a strategic partnership, the Financial Times reported on Wednesday.

Anonymous said...

RH, someone more knowledgeable than myself will have to reply to your question about the recent R & R partnership, though it is obvious that with the Rockefeller involvement in Fukishima, etc., losses must have been extreme in their Japanese investments.

I simply wish to submit the following CNN version on events in Japan:

CNN reports massive protests are hitting Japan over continued lies from the government about the Fukushima nuclear meltdown and the failure to protect the public.

This video from CNN reports on the massive protests in Japan due to the people’s mistrust after being lied to over and over again by the government of Japan about the Fukushima nuclear disaster.

The latest outrage is over the government’s refusal to stop burning radioactive debris to deal with problems such as massive amounts of radioactive sludge building up in Japan’s sewage systems.

The burning of radioactive debris has led to an ash cloud of nuclear radiation blanketing of Easter Japan with radiation.

But as the video shows, the outrage isn’t just about the radioactive debris but is due the “Japan people feeling they have been kept in the dark about the true extent of the damage from the Fukushima nuclear meltdown” and after a year of lie after lie.

As the report bluntly puts it the”people feel they can no longer trust their government”‘ which is really just a bunch of “bureaucrats just trying to keep a system in place just to keep the country running”

http://blog.alexanderhiggins.com/2012/05/29/cnn-massive-antigovt-protests-japan-fukushima-lies-138881/

Anonymous said...

Apart from the obvious financial difficulties encountered by the Rockefeller group, this particular merger with the Rotschilds might be announcing a new phase in WWIII, part two: all out war, with Russia and China dragged into the whole bloody mess through their support of Syria, etc. with the NWO nonsense as the final prize for the west beast.

Except, of course, there's no way the west beast is ever going to win that particular war. Once the dust settles, we might well find that Rotschield has lost its hold over practically all the central banks in the world which it now runs to its heart's content. And then and then alone will a New World Order, without fear or dictatorship, arise from its ashes.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

The truth of 311 seismic terror By Richard Koshimizu (with English subtitle)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9m7_C03mVr4&list=PLCEF1EC237679C71F&feature=view_all

Anonymous said...

(continued from above)

R. Koshimizu was probably the first to assert that 311 earthquake was man-made and the Fukushima accident was a fabrication.

To my knowledge, there is little information on this topic in English speaking world,
except fragmentary info from Ben Fulford, Jim Stone, Ken Adachi, etc.

I believe many people in the West are interested in 311. Would you please help us spread this video? (in particular, if you are fed up with fear-mongering of so-called alternative media, most of which seem to be fake dissents.)

Not being a native English speaker nor living in the West, I do not know where to post this link to Koshimizu's video. It may prevent another seismic attack by US on powerless country like Indonesia, Haiti, Japan.


P.S.
>07:30, 08:07,
Thanks for responses. As a huge fan of Roth and Rock, I got a bit too excited. I will wait for a deep analysis to come up on the internet.

Anonymous said...

It's going to come, that deep analysis, I don't doubt. We'll also be posting stuff on it here as the story unfolds.

And, sure, we'll post the R. Koshimizu video wherever we can. Let's just hope it's of some help to some other poor country, less strong than Japan,in their efforts to face the enemy.

Anonymous said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2l2a-5TeP2w&feature=player_embedded

Let's listen to Ryan Dawson for a change as he exposes Controlled media propaganda on Syria. And lambasts the USans for their utter innate stupidity.

Anonymous said...

Direct Yen-Yuan trade has just started. It's going to be a blow to the printers of USD.

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http://mainichi.jp/english/english/newsselect/news/20120601p2g00m0bu057000c.html

Yuan fetches 12.33 yen at start of Japan, China currency trading

TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Direct trading in the Japanese and Chinese currencies started Friday with the yuan fetching 12.33 yen at the outset, bypassing the U.S. dollar in a development expected to boost trade and investment between Asia's two biggest economies.

Yen-yuan trading was previously conducted by referring to their respective exchange rates against the dollar and so was subject to risks associated with fluctuations in the U.S. currency and increased costs to settle trade and investment transactions.

The first direct exchange rate was marked early morning in Tokyo, according to the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ. It compared with 12.39 yen, the rate calculated via the dollar at Thursday's close in Shanghai.

Anonymous said...

Great news. Best of luck to both the yen and the yuan in this brave attempt to bypass the dollar. Such direct exchanges is exactly what Asia needs to become the centre of world trade.

And now the latest on the currency war between US and EU:

Merkel Rejects Debt Sharing as Obama Urges End to Crisis - 2.6.12

German Chancellor Angela Merkel hardened her opposition to joint debt sharing in the euro region as President Barack Obama singled out Europe’s leaders for not doing enough to stop the financial crisis.

"Yes, Wall Street's mortgage-backed securities fraud may be the biggest financial swindle in history, and yes, that fraud is what crashed the global economy, and yes, Wall Street's unregulated derivatives made a bad problem even worse, but really, it's up to Europe to fix this mess, because frankly, we can't get the Wall Street money-junkies to admit what they did was wrong, let along get them to stop! So our policy is to blame Germany for the mess as we head into World War 3 to balance the books, because, hell, that worked great the last two times!" WRH

Anonymous said...

Full report on Khost operation: more than 100 US invaders killed

KHOST, Jun. 02 – More than 100 US invading terrorists and tens of their puppets were killed and wounded in the martyrdom operation hit Sahrah Bagh airbase in Khost province.

According to the details, about 11 martyrdom-seeking heroes of Islamic Emirate, Shamsullah and Azimullah Khan coming from Paktia province, Muhammad Naeem, Atiqullah, Muhammad Yaqoob Ibrahimi, Karimullah and Sabeer residents of Ghazni province, Hafiz saifullah from Paktika province, Abdullah from Nangarhar and Abdurrahman from Logar province, stormed Sahra Bagh airfield in capital of Khost province, homes to hundreds of American invading troops.

The team of 11 martyr combatants armored with heavy and small arms and explosives vests in the US military uniforms got into the facility after slamming an explosive-filled truck into the airbase building.

Firstly, Shamsullah on Friday at about 1:00 p.m. carried out a martyr attack trough a truck packed with 10 tons of explosives roughly 10 thousand kilo grams, targeting the hotels and dining areas and gyms within the base in which dozens of the American cowardly troops were blowing to pieces and eliminated.

Soon after this huge and powerful explosion, 10 of 11 martyrdom-seeking Mujahideen entered the base facility and fought with rockets, hand grenades, explosive vests and heavy and light machine guns till 4:00 p.m., killing and wounding several dozens of US invading terrorist troops.

At about 5:00 p.m. Mujahideen detonated a motorbike parked outside near the gate of the base at puppets assisting the invaders in which more than 20 Afghan puppet soldiers were killed and wounded, whereas as many as 170 motorcycles were destroyed in the explosion.

The operation went on till the evening hours of the day in manner that Mujahideen of the Islamic Emirate took the airbase under attack from both inside by 10 combatants fighting the invading forces inside the base and from outside by other Mujahideen which made the enemy forces unable to use any aerial support. Two attack helicopters and a huge military plane as well as many tanks, fuel tankers, vehicles and fuel depots were set on fire and burned to ash.

It was the worst single-day losses for the US invaders and their puppets since the “Operation AL-Farooq” began and the local and western-flounced media’s reports on this successful operation are one-sided and based on false propaganda which attempt to understate the most lethal losses inflicted on the enemies, in particular on US invaders and undermine Mujahideen success. On the other hand, locals of the area and the US invaders themselves are well aware of the ground reality which speaks for itself.

Anonymous said...

We hadn't heard anything from the stockmarkets for quite sometime now. Here are two itemsm both dated 3.5.12, worthy of consideration:

- TOPIX index lowest in post-bubble era
On the Tokyo Stock Exchange early on Monday, the key TOPIX index fell to its lowest level since the so-called Japanese economic bubble burst about 2 decades ago.

The TOPIX index of all first-section issues temporally fell below the previous post-bubble intra-day low of 698 points, set on March 12th in 2009.

- Billions wiped off market in share bloodbath

AN estimated $23 billion has been wiped off the Australian sharemarket today with the local bourse falling to a six-month low.

Anonymous said...

Egan Jones Downgrades The UK From AA To AA-
4.6.12

When one is expected to go down for missing a comma in their NRSRO application, one at least should go down swinging. Sure enough, Egan-Jones, the only rating agency with any credibility left, is at it again, this time cutting the big momma itself - the UK - from AA to AA-.

Another thing being said about the UK is they have begun practising stealth default, i.e. revising the criteria for basic econ data such as inflation, etc.

Anonymous said...

Moodys Downgrades Six German Bank Groups, And Their Subsidiaries, By Up To Three Notches
5.6.12

Moody's has issued ratings cuts across dozens of German banks citing increased risk of further shocks emanating from the euro area debt crisis.

Also, UK banks are apparently sitting on a 40-billion pounds black hole of undeclared losses. No wonder no lending is forthcoming from them.

Last but not least, Spain has now asked EU for a bailout. What's next is anyone's guess.

Anonymous said...

Spain Can No Longer Fund Itself, Begs For Immediate Bailout
6.6.12

Spain's budget minister has requested an immediate bailout up to 4 times higher than previously estimated saying they can no longer borrow money from the markets.

Spain's budget minister has gone on the radio today begging for an immediate bailout between €40 billion and €90 billion which is between 2 to 4 times the originally estimated €20 billion amount.

On the air he warned that Spain's outstanding €1 trillion worth of debt to foreign investors and other regulatory restrictions prevent the nation from accessing alternative bailout mechanisms already in place.

He stated the interest rates on the nation's sovereign debt have skyrocketed sit is no longer feasible to fund the country through issuance of sovereign bonds on the open market with out digging the country further into a hole.

Anonymous said...

We've grown tired, tired beyond words, as media of all kinds try to hypnotise us into believing whatever they wish us to believe. At the moment it's all about Syria and ... and Japan. The one country is being threatened with a complete west terrorist takeover, the other with death through radiation. In the first case, we have a slight hope that the SCO meeting in China might come up with the right solution. But hope is indeed slight. In the second, we see no light at the end of the tunnel. The more we plead for a more balanced view on Fukushima, the less we succeed. Let's all fall asleep for a hundred years. Perhaps on awakening then we might find ourselves transported into a more reasonable world.

Anonymous said...

The United States believes one of its armed helicopters was shot down over Afghanistan on Wednesday, killing both crew members on board, a U.S. military official said.

NATO's International Security Assistance Force issued a statement saying that two ISAF members died "following a helicopter crash in eastern Afghanistan today."

"The cause of the crash is currently under investigation," ISAF said. "... At this time it is too early to speculate on the cause of the incident."

Operational reporting indicates there were no civilian casualties or damage to civilian property, ISAF said.

"It is likely that the helo today was brought down due to enemy small arms and RPG fire," the U.S. military official said. The chopper was a U.S. Army OH-58 Kiowa Warrior reconnaissance helicopter. It went down over Ghazni province.

Anonymous said...

I strongly recommend everyone watches this short video. It deals with Japan among other things.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=qycogVLbf3E

Also, the Koshimizu cycle of 9 videos was a rich mine of information. But try telling that to the baboons.

Anonymous said...

I strongly recommend this short video. It deals among other things with Japan.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=qycogVLbf3E

Also the cycle of nine Koshimizu videos was a rich mine of information. But try telling that to the baboons.

Anonymous said...

Important to read, spread
by Syrian on 10.06.2012

War on Syria within the next 5 days: (I)

What you are about to read is a plan many Arab and western countries discussed in Doha,Qatar in the presence of representative of their propagandist channels and this is what they are planning to do:

1- All Syrian channels will be banned from Nilesat and Arabsat starting June 10-2012

2- Syrian TV today broadcasted a call between two terrorists talking about a new massacre in Haffah in Lattakia as terrorists kidnapped many civilians few days ago then the security forces are trying to relase them. One terrorist said in the call "I order you to slaughter them , remove their clothes tape them and send the images to TV channels the next few days will be very critical. Also, as usual when somehow they know things before they happen, Al jAzeera said today that a new massacre is about to happen in Daraa !!!

3 - simultaneously channels like CNN,BBC,AL jazeera, Al Arabia , Orient, Souria al Sha'b and many others will broadcast false news about many Syrian big cities like Aleppo and Damascus , they will talk about huge clashes between the army and the terrorists and that the army is losing and will use images from all over the world and claiming that this is happening in Syria .

4 - Like what happened in Libya al Jazeera and Al Arabia channel will show pictures of already built fake squares like Sabe' Bahrat and Omawyeen Square and they will talk about the fall of the capital.

5 - The above-mentioned channels will also talk about the defection of the air and navy forces and the escape of the president and his family.
6 - The channels will talk about massacres and strong shelling by the army on civilian homes.

7 - The channels will use basic propaganda methods when one channel will say something and the other will refute it, then they confirm it, then they confirm so that viewers will believe the fact that the country has fallen despite of the details.

Anonymous said...

War on Syria (II)

8 - The Syrian channels will not be there to refute the allegations and fabrications and chaos will prevail.

9 - Neighboring countries will do their best to support the terrorists and continue to give them weapons and money

We hope none of that will happen. The Syrian channels have already broadcasted the new frequencies and the Syrian army is ready for any unwise decision of war by any neighboring country. The Syrian air defenses are great the Syrian army is on alert, unlike what happened in Libya foreign invasion scenario is unlikely to happen but it is a possibility.

The Syrian TV channels today broadcasted a documentary about the suicide bombings that happened in Syria and the confessions of the terrorists who belong to Al Qaida and their relatives. The names of the suicide bombers and their organization "Jabhat Al Nosrah" al Qaida branch in Syria were also mentioned .days Before that the Syrian channels broadcasted a series called "Mysteries of Baba Amre" with the head correspondent of the terrorists who was caught red handed .. The names of the leaders of all terrorist groups are known now.. The fabrications are discovered.. CNN reporters role in the act of terrorism is now will known and documented and we posted the evidence earlier on our page. We will try to post those documentaries as soon as we get a translated version .So what more evidence do you need? Are you waiting for alQaidfa to take over Syria then years from now, just like what happened in Iraq, you will say WOW!! That was all just a big fat lie!!

We ask you to kindly share this post, and the coming posts ,If I survived the coming few days, and hopefully other admins form other parts of the world will continue the page's message . We don't ask you to believe it just because we said it! no ! just use your heads, compare the news we post with others, who will benefit if Syria has fallen, is this real freedom? Is this democracy?

Compare the evidence we provide with what others say.. And please share so that more people would see and know.. I don't want anyone to be killed we have lived in peace in Syria for ages we don't need this NATO democracy, we don't need terrorism or extremism in Syria.. We believe in peace and hope none of you experience war or terrorism.

Anonymous said...

$125 Billion Bank Bailout Announcement Sparks Massive Protests In Spain - 10.6.12

People in Spain have taken to the streets hours after the government’s decision to request for a bailout for its struggling banks.

The demise of Europe: Italy will no doubt be the next country to ask for a bailout.

Anonymous said...

James, I've been thinking of you all day. So this is just to say hello and hope all is well. I still believe you'll turn up one of these days and take up the fight once again.

Anonymous said...

Standard & Poor's warns India of a downgrade to junk category
11.6.12

International rating agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) has warned that India risks a sovereign downgrade which would result in the country dropping off the list of countries with an investment-grade rating.

The statement comes less then two months after the agency revised the outlook on India's rating to negative from stable and said that the country has a one-in-three chances of being downgraded in the next two years. India presently enjoys a BBB- which is the lowest investment grade rating.

Anonymous said...

The Spailout Has ALREADY Failed … Before the Ink Has Even Dried
12.6.12

The market rallied for a couple of hours on news of the $100 billion dollar Spanish bailout (which everyone is calling the Spailout) … and then crashed.

Everything is hunky-dory in the world of the financial giants.

Anonymous said...

Italy Bailout May Be Necessary, Austrian Finance Minister Says - 12.6.12

Raising the stakes in Europe's debt crisis, Austria's finance minister said Italy may need a financial rescue because of its high borrowing costs, drawing a furious rebuke on Tuesday from the Italian prime minister.

Maria Fekter's assessment of the euro zone's third largest economy amplified investors' fears that Europe is far from ending 2-1/2 years of turmoil.

A deal by euro zone finance ministers on Saturday to lend Spain up to 100 billion euros ($125 billion) to recapitalise its banks was seen by many in the markets as yet another sticking plaster.

Anonymous said...

Greek Bank Run Update: €100-€500 Million Per Day
12.6.12

"Deposits are leaving the banking system at a rate of 100 million to 500 million euros ($125 million to $625 million) a day, Kathimerini said, without specifying over how long a period that rate of outflow has continued."

Considering that the Greece banking system has about €170 billion in total deposits, this is roughly 0.3% of the entire deposit base fleeing each day - those who understand the nuances of fractional reserve banking get why this could be an issue.

Putting this in the US context, which has over $8 trillion in various forms of deposits, this would be equivalents to about $25 billion getting withdrawn. Every day.

Similar deposit losses are also being reported from Italy and Spain. Often the money ends up in Swiss banks. Well, the day will come when no western bank will be healthy enough to attract outside money. And then where will all these investors and patriots go? Russia perhaps?

Anonymous said...

Transcript of Nigel Farrage's Latest Speech
13.6.12

“Another one bites the dust. Country number four, Spain, gets bailed out and we all of course know that it won’t be the last. Though I wondered over the weekend whether perhaps I was missing something, because when the Spanish prime minister Mr Rajoy got up, he said that this bailout shows what a success the eurozone has been.

And I thought, well, having listened to him over the previous couple of weeks telling us that there would not be a bailout, I got the feeling after all his twists and turns he’s just about the most incompetent leader in the whole of Europe, and that’s saying something, because there is pretty stiff competition.

Indeed, every single prediction of yours, Mr Barroso, has been wrong, and dear old Herman Van Rompuy, well he’s done a runner hasn’t he. Because the last time he was here, he told us we had turned the corner, that the euro crisis was over and he hasn’t bothered to come back and see us.

I remember being here ten years ago, hearing the launch of the Lisbon Agenda. We were told that with the euro, by 2010 we would have full employment and indeed that Europe would be the competitive and dynamic powerhouse of the world. By any objective criteria the Euro has failed, and in fact there is a looming, impending disaster.

You know, this deal makes things worse not better. A hundred billion [euro] is put up for the Spanish banking system, and 20 per cent of that money has to come from Italy. And under the deal the Italians have to lend to the Spanish banks at 3 per cent but to get that money they have to borrow on the markets at 7 per cent. It’s genius isn’t it. It really is brilliant.

So what we are doing with this package is we are actually driving countries like Italy towards needing to be bailed out themselves.

In addition to that, we put a further 10 per cent on Spanish national debt and I tell you, any banking analyst will tell you, 100 billion does not solve the Spanish banking problem, it would need to be more like 400 billion.

And with Greece teetering on the edge of Euro withdrawal, the real elephant in the room is that once Greece leaves, the ECB, the European Central Bank is bust. It’s gone.

It has 444 billion euros worth of exposure to the bailed-out countries and to rectify that you’ll need to have a cash call from Ireland, Spain, Portugal, Greece and Italy. You couldn’t make it up could you! It is total and utter failure. This ship, the euro Titanic has now hit the iceberg and sadly there simply aren’t enough life boats.”

Anonymous said...

Micro-Nukes and the World Trade Center – What Really Happened?

By Shepard Ambellas
theintelhub.com
June 13, 2012

H-912 transport container for Mk-54 SADM

When it comes to the World Trade Center towers and Building 7′s collapse on that dreadful day in September of 2001 — one thing is for sure, the actual impact from the planes did not cause the collapse of the massive steel structures that stood proud above the New York skyline, nor did the jet fuel or fires.

It is also a fact that micro-nuke do exist, and have since the 50′s.

http://theintelhub.com/2012/06/14/micro-nukes-and-the-world-trade-center/

Anonymous said...

Econ News for the Day

- Egan Jones Cuts France To BBB+, Outlook Negative
14.6.12

The Euro goes tumbling, unlike what happens when Moody’s or S&P downgrades a nation, after Egan Jones cuts France's credit rating to BBB plus.

- S&P Says Spanish Home Prices To Drop Another 25 Percent - 14,6,12

After Spain was just forced to take a $125 billion bailout for its banks due to a bursting real estate bubble S&P warns the crash has just begun.

- BBC – Is It Game Over For Greece? Bank Run Now Up To $1 Billion A Day - 14,6,12

The amount of money being pulled out of Greece banks nearly doubles within a 24 hour period is now up to $1 billion dollars a day.

- Tidal Wave Of Greek Fallout – 775 US Hedge Funds Failed Within Last Year - 14.6.12

US hedge funds are now going under left and right due to the fallout of the Sovereign Debt Crisis centered in Greece.

Anonymous said...

Elections come, elections go, but rigging goes on forever.

In France, Hollande's "Socialists" won the absolute majority in Parliament. How much rigging was involved there, impossible to say at this stage.

Then there's Greece, the classic case. About a month ago, the Greek voted for the dissident party, today they give the vote to the pro-euro party? Abolutely unbelievable. So the whole sorry euro saga, austerity, bail outs and getting a political grip over the continent carries on. Once again, the Greeks have only their own revolutionary strength to count on. Will they be revolting seriously for once?

Anonymous said...

How arrogance and hubris destroyed a dumb super power


“… the second concerns the capacity of transforming a military victory into a political success permitting to consolidate, conserve and exploit this victory…”

With trillions wasted on its economically self-defeating wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, the US has failed to grasp this lesson of transforming military victory into a political success.

When you have ignorant dual jews controlling the media and political arenas and whose only interest is the survival of the shithole zionist entity, this is the type of disaster that follows.

With the short passage of time, every irrelevant US ‘victory’ in Iraq and Afghanistan has turned into a humiliating defeat. The functional illiterates are fed a daily diet of mindless propaganda as they are too stupid and dumbed-downed to know any better.

In Iraq, Saddam set a trap in which he allowed the dumb ‘superpower’ (egged on by ignorant jews, their bellies full of kosher food from the Fox News studios) into the gate of Baghdad and then engaged them in a long, bloody and costly guerilla war that the US couldn’t win. At one point, the US was spending $30 billion a month (in direct costs only, indirect costs will be added later) in a country that couldn’t even produce $2 billion a month in oil.

After 8 years and the Shias in political power ( and allied with Iran) the US had to leave Iraq with its tail behind its legs.

In Afghanistan, the Pashtuns were never going to permit the US to consolidate any political power in Afghanistan. They have been kicking out invaders since the beginning of time. Afghanistan is where empires go to die. The rotting US carcass of empire is littered all over Afghanistan and the vultures are circling over head.

In Syria, the US lost the war when both Russia and China vetoed the UN resolutions and provided the political cover for Assad.

All the productive capacity and money have shifted East. A bankrupt US is the holder of the reserve currency and this cannot go on for much longer. In Europe, it is one bankrupt entity attempting to bail out another bankrupt entity.

As for israhell, it is almost panic time. The US is bankrupt and can no longer afford the welfare-foreign aid keeping the miserable jews squatting on their stolen land from extinction. The jew parasites now have to find a new host to extort.

The main lesson never seem to get through to the functional illiterates in America: When there is the possibility that you wouldn’t succeed in anything, it is stupid to try and expose all your weaknesses.

Anonymous said...

Global Economic Collapse?
"Germany has become the world's mattress"

By Cenk Uygur

Is a global financial collapse coming? The fact that German 2-year bond yields are at 0% suggests bad news

Video Posted June 18, 2012

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=mPxf4DCAF68

An interesting view on the approaching prolapse.

Anonymous said...

Obama State Department set to cede oil-rich Alaska islands to Russia
19.6.12

Obama’s State Department is giving away seven strategic, resource-laden Alaskan islands to the Russians. Yes, to the Putin regime in the Kremlin. … The seven endangered islands in the Arctic Ocean and Bering Sea include one the size of Rhode Island and Delaware combined. The Russians are also to get the tens of thousands of square miles of oil-rich seabeds surrounding the islands. The Department of Interior estimates billions of barrels of oil are at stake.

(Obama's bribe to Putin to stay out of the Middle East?)

Anonymous said...

On the other hand, there is this piece of news to consider as well: 19.6.12

Iran, Russia, China, Syria to hold drill

It looks like Putin just gave his answer to Obama. Mess with Syria and we will hand you your butt!

TEHRAN, June 19 (UPI) -- Iran, Russia, China and Syria plan to conduct a joint military exercise in the Middle East in coming weeks, the semi-official Fars news agency said.

Citing "informed sources" the agency said some 90,000 troops from the four countries are expected to participate in land, air and sea maneuvers off the Syrian coast, including air defense and missile units.

Some 400 warplanes and 1,000 tanks will take part in the exercise, the agency said.

Egypt has granted authorization for 12 Chinese warships to sail through the Suez Canal, and Russian atomic submarines, warships and aircraft carriers, and Iranian battle ships will dock at Syrian ports in the next two weeks, the agency said.

During the exercise, Syria will test its air defense systems and coast-to-sea missiles, Fars said.

Nussiminen said...

Remember the good ol' days folks when the West proudly served its equally haughty baboons an imported monthly buckload of well-off, strutting "dissidents" gaily parroting the Western junta's imbecilic nostrums by rote? Well, how times have changed! Here's a fresh account from the Spanish capital of some hapless creatures that are slowly but surely becoming REAL dissidents, at long last:

>> A handful of Cuban dissidents who emigrated to Spain are pleading for help in order to survive -- welcome to Capitalism.

Early last April, the Spanish daily El Mundo wrote about the situation facing the Cuban ex-convicts whose sentences were commuted in 2010 and 2011 to exile in Spain in accordance with an agreement between the Cuban and Spanish governments. El Mundo reported about the appalling conditions these people are now facing like so many of the unemployed throughout the entire capitalist world.

The aforementioned agreement entailed preferential treatment in relation to other immigrants in Spain -- refugees as well as migrant labour. The then Spanish government committed itself to care for the 115 Cuban dissidents and their 647 family members for a period of 18 months regarding housing, food, clothing, transportation, and public health service.

Now, as this lease of life has expired the prospects for its beneficiaries are just as hopeless as they are for the vast majority of Spain's poor. Several of the Cubans are now living in utter squalor which has, thus far, brought about one recent suicide.

The group has made a joint statement to the effect that they want to emigrate to the US in hope for better treatment there. According to El Mundo, however, one of them said: "If I had known what life was like here, I would have stayed in Cuba". The Cubans are now threatening to raise a tent city in Madrid if things do not improve >>

Indeed, grovelling before Supreme Baboon Uncle Sam -- on the verge of total bankruptcy at that -- neatly testifies to, shall we say, slow learning. But what's REALLY conspicuous in the above story is the impact of the Western prolapse on the respect now enjoyed by the West's PR swamp, especially in the eyes of non-Westerners; "dissidents" included.

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, what an extraordinary piece you've presented to us above. Cuban dissidents, my foot! West slaves more like it. There's one in China at the moment, a pet US asset, a man they claim is blind. And blind he is however dodgy the claim might be in physical terms. He's reached the home of the genuinely blind and the lame already and the rest of his family are preparing to follow suit.

The unravelling of the west, Nussiminen, is a long and messy process, involving the deaths of millions westerners never deigned to consider human because their skin colour happened to be different. And the other skin colours, blinded, overawed, joined in the dance of white worship because they believed that all that glittered was actually gold.

The next step in this dance will be the fainting stage, when the econ prolapse becomes so apparent that even that "blind" brainwashed Chinese, not unlike the Cubans above, will finally become aware that he made the wrong choice. How we'll dance on that day, Nussiminen, you, poiuytr, James, myself and many of the others who refused to get taken in by the smoothness of scam as a way of life.

Anonymous said...

22 June 2012
Moody's downgrades 15 major banks

The credit ratings agency Moody's has downgraded 15 global banks and financial institutions.

The UK banks downgraded were Royal Bank of Scotland, Barclays and HSBC. Lloyds also had its rating cut by Moody's in a separate announcement.

In the US, Bank of America and Citigroup were among those marked down.

BBC business editor Robert Peston said that banks were concerned as the downgrades may make it harder for them to borrow money commercially.

However, John Raymond, senior banking analyst at research firm Credit Sights, questioned whether this would be the case, adding that there should be little impact on bank customers.

"The downgrades from Moody's have been expected for some time, and therefore had already been factored in," he told the BBC.

"So I don't think Moody's move will mean the banks end up having to increase the interest rates or charges that their customers face."

Explaining the decision for the downgrade, Moody's global banking managing director Greg Bauer highlighted the banks' exposure to volatility in the world's financial markets.

The most interesting thing about the Moody's analysis is that it, in effect, creates three new categories of global banks, the banking equivalent of the Premier League, the Championship and League One”

He said that all of the banks affected by the downgrades had "significant exposure to the volatility and risk of outsized losses".

The other institutions that have been downgraded are Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan Chase, Credit Suisse, UBS, BNP Paribas, Credit Agricole, Societe Generale, Deutsche Bank and Royal Bank of Canada.

Moody's added that it was putting some of the banks on a negative outlook, which is a warning that they could be downgraded again in the future.

Explaining this, it said governments around the world had shown a "clear intent" to reduce their support for banks going forward.

Anonymous said...

If we look at the news these days, everything is out of kilter. Let's begin with the euro, with junk-status Cyprus being the newcomer among the ranks of those with their begging bowl stretched out. EU is once again in a huddle over how to handle all these cases of penury. No success guaranteed whatever the outcome.

Mid-East, apart from the rubbishy MB leader now the new head of Egypt, we have the case of the Turkish plane shot down in Syria. The warmongers again having a high old time, with Turkey using articles 4 and 5 of the NATO chart in the hopes of starting a war with Syria. How this will play out, we don't know yet. Although June 27 has been given by some as the date of the outbreak of WWIII in its nuclear version.

What on earth is Putin doing in Israel? What does he hope to gain? What will be Russia's losses? Again, as we go along, we'll learn more. For the moment, all we can think is that if Putin succeeds in containing Netanyahu, he'll have rendered us all a service.

Anonymous said...

NATO condemns Syria over downed Turkish plane
26,6,12

NATO allies on Tuesday condemned Syria's shooting down of a Turkish military plane as unacceptable but they stopped short of threatening any military response that might drag them into a conflict with Syria's government.

Anonymous said...

Massive Cyber Attack in USA, Europe and Latin America Siphons $2.5 Billion From Banks
27.6.12

A report from cyber security firm McAfee indicates that a large scale, widespread attack is taking place on the financial system with some 60 banks affected so far. According to the report, a virus installed on banks' computers has allowed approximately $2.5 billion to be stolen from large corporate accounts. The theft is ongoing as international law enforcement agencies are working to identify the hackers.

Could this latest cyber attack be used by governments to blame the financial crisis on hackers? Moreover, will global governance use this latest threat as a pretext to lock down the internet?

Anonymous said...

Switzerland Snubs Obama’s and Europe’s Iran Sanctions (28.6.12)

As the Obama administration and U.S. allies seek to punish Iran for making no concessions in the latest round of negotiations over its nuclear activities, Switzerland has snubbed them by refusing to take part in the European Union’s sanctions efforts.

The Swiss have also made a recent comment saying that no one in his right mind would want to be part of EU.

Are the Swiss really waking up to who they really are? Somehow I tend to doubt it. They are too colonised themselves to act like free people. But miracles are always possible.

Anonymous said...

Eurozone agrees on bank recapitalisation
29.6.12

EU leaders have agreed to use the eurozone's planned bailout fund to directly support struggling banks, without adding to government debt.

Which means the people get stuck with the debt and/or the effects of inflation, of course! We'd need the acid tongue of poiuytr to do full justice to this latest scam. Is there nothing legal and honest left for west to do? Everything it is doing at the moment is a crime.

Nussiminen said...

The baboons are on their last legs since the bloody West -- with the ecstatic approval of selfsame baboons -- has long since lost its erstwhile technical and industrial base. The baboons took the neoliberal gospel straight to their hearts (or whatever), thus firmly corroborating the ruling cabal's NWO misadventures at home and abroad.

With the fiscal rot now running rampant due to corporate greed and the ever-gullible baboon's silly imitations of the latter, the situation has become absolutely untenable for "Western democracy". Facing stiffening resistance from the Freeworld and having no domestic creation of wealth to fall back on, the West can only sustain its parasitic, unproductive, and uncompetitive social strata -- to wit, the vast baboon majority -- by showering them in private debt. But this, as we can see, has its obvious limits. If the ruling cabal can't destroy the Freeworld, it will have to dispense with "Western democracy" altogether meaning, in plain language: TO HELL WITH THE BABOONS.

Unlike their confrontation with the Freeworld, the banksters will have very little problems smashing a bunch of arrogant, deluded baboons, however rabid the latter.

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, very perceptive of you, I must say. The suicidal subsurvience of the baboons to their west masters, under the pretext of "democracy" can but lead to the conclusion you state; the NWO banksters and gangsters will crush the baboons without compunction. And no one will even see fit to raise a voice of protest. Long live the Freeworld which, poor as it is at this point in time, still manages to fight to the death. The death of the west that is,

Anonymous said...

80% Of the Gold the World Owns Doesn’t Exist
30.6.12.

Officer of the Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (GATA) says that 75%-80% of gold traded in the bullion market doesn't even exist. It's just a stack of paper contracts. When the system finally can no longer sustain the fraud, those who hold paper will lose everything. His advice: If you want to invest in gold (or silver) take possession of the real thing - metal.

Yet another bubble waiting to burst with a resounding bang.

Anonymous said...

Signs China Is Preparing For A Collapse Of The Dollar and International Trade
1.7.12

China is recasting large gold bars into smaller kilogram (2.2 pound) size bars in preparation for a world trade system in which dollars are either near worthless or refused as legal tender outside the United States. This recasting program began before the Chinese representatives agreed at the Bilderberg 2012 meeting to allow America to default on its debt by devaluing the dollar.

China is also preparing for the coming collapse by buying farm land all over the world. Contrast this to the people who own the US government. They had Ben Bernanke loan them 7 trillion dollars at 0.01% interest so people like Blythe Masters at JP Morgan could buy food in the futures market. This allows her to run up the prices people pay at the grocery store without increasing the production of food.

Anonymous said...

Finns, Dutch cast first doubt on euro zone deal
2.7.12

The Finnish government told parliament that Helsinki and its Dutch allies would block the euro zone's permanent bailout fund buying bonds in secondary markets.

Anonymous said...

What is happening in Japan with the re-opening of nuclear facilities once again on the agenda (on the say-so of Big Brother?) and apparently crowds of protestors seen on fuzzy videos decidely anti the move? Is all this for real or just some other false flag? Has Japan learnt anything from past mistakes or is it once again business as usual?

And what is happening in the Mid-East with the ongoing militarization of the Syria crisis and Israel targeting Hezbollah installations in Lebanon? Has Russia once again let down one of its close partners? If so, the day Russia needs the aid of someone else, be sure no one will answer the call.

Anonymous said...

More about Syria

‘Unity Talks’ Widen Rift Among Syrian Rebels
4.7.12

A high profile meeting in Cairo was intended to bring Syria’s myriad opposition and rebel groups under a unified leadership to govern the country during a “transitional” phase following their ouster of the current regime. Instead, the meeting is reflecting and even widening the rifts that exist among the groups.

The inability of the rebels to reach any consensus will further complicate the Geneva Action Group for Syria’s plan, which rested on the assumption of two-party talks between rebels and regime and an unconditional ceasefire.

(This is not about a true "rebel movement" inside Syria, but an awkward manifestation of outside nation-states (Israel and the US government, to be precise), attempting to oust al-Assad in advance of a military strike against Iran.)

Russia has denied latest MSM rumours that it is letting Syria down. At the same time we learn from Press TV that 10.000 fighter-thugs (for lack of a better word) have entered Syria to make war on the Syrian people and government.

Anonymous said...

Two important links to the Syria question:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lET_8a8QAeM&feature=player_embedded

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j85EFC15Fnk&feature=player_embedded

Anonymous said...

Japan says Fukushima disaster was 'man-made':
5.7.12

The nuclear accident at Fukushima last year was a "man-made disaster" and not only due to the tsunami, a Japanese parliamentary panel said in its final report on the catastrophe.

(This may mean something and then again it may not. In any case, it doesn't go far enough.)

Anonymous said...

Remember the Arab Spring scam? There was one genuine movement among them, started on February 14, 2011, that of Bahrain. It was given no assistance by anyone at the time. And it is in the same state today, absolutely alone and still fighting back. Look at this:

Bahraini police fire tear gas at thousands of pro-Rajab protesters (news item dating back to mid-June 2012)

Bahraini police battled the biggest anti-government protests in weeks as tens of thousands of protesters rallied in support of Nabeel Rajab. The activist was arrested again reportedly because of posts on social networks.

Anonymous said...

Australia and China Strike Another Nail into the US Dollar for Independence Day
5.7.12

In a move that has slipped under the radar of even the alternative financial media, China celebrated Independence Day by handing the US Dollar’s reserve currency status another severe flesh wound.

China moved Wednesday to make Australia the first G20 nation with the ability to directly convert its currency into Chinese yuan, bypassing the US dollar.

The writing is on the wall for the dollar’s reserve currency status.

Anonymous said...

LEAP Predictions for September-October 2012

1. Iran/Israel/USA: The war too far will really happen
2. The Assyrian bomb: the Israeli-American-Iranian match put to the Syria-Iraq powder keg
3. The AfPak chaos: the US army and NATO, hostages in an exit from an increasingly difficult conflict
4. The Arab Autumn: the Gulf countries swept away in the turmoil.
5. United States: « Taxargeddon » will begin from summer 2012 – The US economy in free-fall by autumn
6. Major bank insolvencies due in September-October 2012: The City-Wall Street version of Bankia
7. The untenable irresponsibility of QE in summer 2012 - the US, British and Japanese central banks out of the game

Anonymous said...

The LIBOR (Lie More) Scandal to beat all scandals

We've kept off the topic so far, hoping our poiuytr or James W would come over and explain. But silence is silence, and even fools such as ourselves get the message finally. The artist-taxi driver sums up our own frustration best:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=RQhXc5Er-N0

Anonymous said...

Unemployed worker sets himself on fire outside UK Jobcentre (8.7.12)

Shades of Tunisia! If more people follow suit, some kind of resistance movement might start.

On June 29, a 48-year-old man tied himself to the railings outside Selly Oak Jobcentre in Birmingham, England, dousing himself with fuel and setting himself alight. He was protesting not receiving his benefit payment.

This horrific event is the direct outcome of the austerity measures implemented by the Conservative/Liberal Democrat coalition.

Anonymous said...

The Pariah State (8.7.12)

Washington, which flicked its middle finger to international law and to its own law and Constitution with its arrogance and gratuitous and illegal wars and with its assertion of the right to murder its own citizens and those of its allies, such as Pakistan, has made the United States a pariah state.

Washington still controls its bought-and-paid-for NATO puppets, but these puppet states are overwhelmed with derivative debt problems brought to them by Wall Street and by sovereign debt problems, some of which were covered up by Wall Street’s Goldman Sachs.

Europe is on the ropes and has no money with which to subsidize Washington’s wars of hegemony.

Washington is becoming an isolated and despised element of the world community. Washington has purchased Europe, Canada, Australia, the former Soviet state of Georgia (and almost Ukraine), and Columbia, and continues its effort to purchase the entire world, but sentiment is turning against the rising Gestapo state that has shown itself to be lawless, ruthless, and indifferent, even hostile, to human life and human rights.

A government, whose military was unable with the help of the UK to occupy Iraq after eight years and was forced to end the conflict by putting the “insurgents” on the US military payroll and to pay them to stop killing American troops, and a government whose military has been unable to subdue a few thousand lightly armed Taliban after 11 years, is over the top when it organizes war against Iran, Russia, and China.

The only prospect Washington has of prevailing in such an undertaking is first use of nuclear weapons, of catching its demonized opponents off guard by nuking them out of the blue. In other words, by the elimination of life on earth.

Is this Washington’s program revealed by the neoconservative warmonger, Bill Kristol, who had no shame to ask publicly: “What’s the good of nuclear weapons if you can’t use them?”

P.C.R.

Anonymous said...

Greek opposition leader says government won't last

The leader of Greece's main opposition party has accused the country's three-party coalition government of wanting to sell Greece's resources and public companies on the cheap.

Alexis Tsipras, head of the Coalition of the Radical Left party, known as Syriza, told Parliament Saturday he was especially warning those who want to "grab state property on the cheap." He warned would-be buyers of state property that they might lose all their money and face criminal proceedings.

Tsipras proposes a moratorium on the payment of Greece's debt until the country, mired in a deep recession, returns to growth. He predicts his party will soon come to power because the coalition government will fail.

The newly-elected Parliament will stage a vote of confidence on the government at midnight on Sunday.

Unfortunately, the Greek govt survived the no-confidence vote. And so now it's full speed ahead for the dismantlement of the country.

Anonymous said...

Russia's President Vladimir Putin addresses Russian ambassadors during their meeting at the Foreign Ministry headquarters in Moscow, July 9, 2012.


MOSCOW | Mon Jul 9, 2012 4:32pm EDT

President Vladimir Putin said on Monday the West's influence was waning as its economy declines but warned Russian diplomats to be on their guard against a backlash from Moscow's former Cold War enemies.

In a biennial speech to Russian ambassadors, Putin also took a shot at the West by condemning any unilateral actions to solve international disputes and underlined the importance of resolving such conflicts through the United Nations.

His remarks suggested that Russia, a veto-wielding permanent member of the Security Council, would keep on defending ally Syria at the United Nations over its military crackdown on an popular uprising that has evolved into an armed insurgency.

"Domestic socio-economic problems that have become worse in industrialized countries as a result of the (economic) crisis are weakening the dominant role of the so-called historical West," Putin told a meeting of Russian ambassadors from across the world.

He told the envoys, gathered in Moscow, that they should try to influence events where Russian interests were at stake.

"Be ready for any development of the situation, even for the most unfavorable development," he said in the 20-minute speech, parts of which were televised.

Putin's speech was sprinkled with the hawkish rhetoric that has made many foreign policy experts predict a turn for the worse in relations with the United States following his return to the Kremlin in May.

The economic problems faced by the European Union are the "tip of the iceberg of unresolved structural problems that is facing the entire world economy," he said.

Such comments, portraying Russia's oil-fuelled economy as stable and in a much better state that the debt-ridden euro zone, are not only aimed at the West but also at protesters in Russia who say Putin's return to the presidency will usher in economic and political stagnation

Nussiminen said...

>> What’s the good of nuclear weapons if you can’t use them? >>

Sadly for Bill Kristol -- and the baboons at large, of course -- he was born 3 years after "The Golden Historical Opportunity" to wage global nuclear war unpunished vanished for good. Pesky Joseph Stalin and Soviet scientist Igor Kurchatov had Truman and his ilk sobering up considerably in the fatal year of 1949. Hence, when that utter deranged, drooling megalomaniac Douglas MacArthur wanted REALLY badly in 1951 to turn China and Korea into uninhabitable nuclear wasteland, he was let down. Not that the Koreans and other peoples were spared horrible sufferings and lethal sadistic violence meted out by the US barbarians, but the latters' ingrained lust for instant, unlimited death and destruction has them yearning forever to avenge "humiliations" such as MacArthur's.

But as the proverb goes: First time tragedy, second time farce. Sure, the Yank baboons stick to their very stable template of personality -- to wit vile, arrogant, reactionary, and unbelievably stupid -- but this time around, their Empire is collapsing. So when little nasty Bill Kristol contemplates "Operation MacArthur", he actually reveals himself as one of the few remaining ardent believers in the NWO project, completely detached from reality. But that's the lunatic fringe of the Baboons in its full glory -- enjoy!

Anonymous said...

Syria-Russia Dealings in Brief

Russia to deliver air defense systems to Syria: Since the contract to deliver Syria the air defense systems were signed before the outbreak of unrest in the country, Moscow is obliged to fulfill its commitments. "We are delivering weapons and military technology of an exclusively defensive nature," Dzirkaln said.

Putin sends warships to boost Syria: Two destroyers and three amphibious landing vessels carrying marines set sail from Russian bases in the Arctic and the Black Sea, according to Russian military sources.

Russian Navy Ready to Break Syria Blockade Says Arms Agency: Russian Navy warships will be sent to defend Russian merchant shipping in the event of a blockade due to the situation in Syria, the deputy head of Russia's military technical cooperation agency said at the Farnborough air show in Britain on Wednesday.

Syria Faces UN Sanctions Push as Ally Russia Resists: Syria would face United Nations sanctions under a Security Council resolution drafted by Western powers seeking to overcome Russian resistance to measures that would hasten the fall of President Bashar al-Assad.

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, so glad that it was you who picked up on that despicable comment by Bill Kristol. Such is the calibre of the people running US today. We did enjoy, but still shivers ran down our back.

Also then your analysis going back to the Korean War was an eye-opener. But nonetheless the baboon empire trembling on its foundations is still a very deadly thing. $eems to me, almost on a daily basis, the pretext for a 3rd WW could be seized and then God help humanity. Sense still prevailed half a century ago. Today, madness has taken over the west and we could all be driven over the cliff before too long.

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, beautiful comment on thatr most disgusting mindset Neocons have adopted.

And now let's move away from Syria for a bit and take a look at Afghanistan instead. What's happening there exactly? The supply lines through Pakistan have now been re-opened, much to the disgust of many Pakistanis. Good. Today we read that Hamid Karzai is offering Mullah Omar, the head of the Afghan Resistance, a chance to run for president of Afghanistan if only, if only Mullah Omar would make peace with US and accept their suzerainty. So all those talks in Doha and the like led to nothing, dit it? And if anyone thinks a man like Mullah Omar would accept such a laughable proposition, they must be in a very bad way indeed. I conclude from this personally that the invaders must really be badly off. What about you?

Anonymous said...

For the month of June 2012, the AF (the Afghan Resistance) provide the following casualty figures:

invaders killed - 1121
fatally injured - 50
injured - 554

They also brought down 6 planes.

For themselves, the figures were:

martyred - 99
injured - 24

Nussiminen said...

>> The only prospect Washington has of prevailing in such an undertaking is first use of nuclear weapons, of catching its demonized opponents off guard by nuking them out of the blue. In other words, by the elimination of life on earth >>

Yes, that's precisely the very essence of Western supremacy in general and Zionist Americanism in particular. One tantalizing question here is whether Bill Kristol et al. will pay due homage to America's most ardent disciple on European soil -- a certain fellow of Austrian descent. On the brink of defeat at the hands of the Red Army, he turned out to be extraordinarily honest and loyal to his own ideals, however deranged. He wished his own compatriots wiped out as they had proved themselves to be despicable losers; a mere bunch of lousy untermenschen.

I have a sneaky feeling the neoconservatives share that view with a passion regarding the grovelling scum we refer to as the "Yank baboons". Needless to say, I tend to agree.

Anonymous said...

Absolutely, Nussiminen, "Zionised Americanism" (well put, well put) has only one aim in mind. Come the outbreak of nuclear war, they'll turn their guns or rather drop their bombs on the baboons and their allies in the first place. The west will thus be caught up between both Zionist bombs and their Freeworld opponents. That, Mr Kristol, was what the bomb was made for: your eventual destruction and the destruction of others like you.

Anonymous said...

Putin said it above in one of the posted comments and how true his words were. Here the discussion is taken a step further.

The West is not on the decline; it is in transition with the wealth being exported to the rich, says one worthy. Not at all, replies another:

The West IS in decline.

After the 'Age of Enlightment' in the 18th century the role of Christianity in the West declined. Instead people sought to fill that terrible void that was left from the loss of belief in God by fake new idols/ideologies such as the nation-state, racism, communism, socialism, democracy, humanitarianism and finally the biggest of them all: the Golden Calf or capitalism...

All of those idols fell one by one as the 20th century progressed, and now the time has come for the idol of the Golden Calf to fall as well. A succesful financial economy in a capitalism system rests more than anything on one condition: trust. And the trust has gone. Why? Because the West is now not just in a financial crisis, but in a cultural, social and existantial crisis as well.

The time has arrived when all the old values have been turned upside down, just look around, it's just too obvious.But the West is not the rest of the world, thank God

The Russians have already overcome this stage of nihilism that is now plaguing the West. They've been to hell and back, so to speak, and know that a new way has to be sought..neither communism, neither capitalism or socialism. And the Russians don't fall for such meek-hearted ideologies as humanitarianism or democracy (based on the western model) either.

And one more idol that I forgot to mention: the belief in rationalism and science as a religion. That is what all freemasonry is centered around. Also a product of the 'Age of Enlightment'. People are through with it as well.

Anonymous said...

The looming student loan bubble – Almost half of all student borrowers were not making payments. 1 out of 4 in debt repayment past due on 15.7.12

The aggressive growth in student debt is setting the US up for another debt fueled bubble. Higher education costs have expanded so quickly that Americans now carry $1 trillion of student debt. Most of this expansion has occurred in a time when the return-on-investment for a college degree has fallen. Over the last ten years student debt outstanding has grown from less than $300 billion in 2002 to $1 trillion in 2012. The cracks in the student loan bubble are already forming with large numbers of students defaulting on their loans. And the pipeline is only increasing. Almost half of all student borrowers are not making payments. Many are in school and many are simply unable to pay. Yet with a weak economy the prospect increases that many younger Americans are going to enter a market where job growth is weak yet student debt payments are high.

Anonymous said...

How Close Is US to New Great Depression?
16.7.12

Close? They are already there! The real jobless rate in the US when one includes people who have been out of work so long they no longer receive benefits is above 40%. That is worse than the depression of the 1930s.

Definitions:

Recession: Your neighbor loses his job.

Depression: You lose YOUR job.

Revolution: The government loses THEIR job!

Anonymous said...

London's militarised Olympics, a False Flag in the making

No-fly zone over London for the duration. Missiles mounted on the rooftops of houses surrounding the area of the games. Britain's largest warship sailing menacingly down the Thames. Thousands of soldiers and policemen from the right countries (two guesses which these might be) "guarding" the circus. And now this:

Border staff ‘let in terror suspects’ ahead of Olympics - 16.7.2012

London Telegraph

"Terror suspects are entering the UK ahead of the Olympics because inexperienced border staff are failing to carry out the proper security checks, front line Heathrow officials have claimed."

I rest my case. And if nothing happens, for which we'll be most thankful, then it will be another victory for the vigilant bloggers and their unending warnings to stay away.

Anonymous said...

Continuation of the Currency Wars - 17.7.12

Moody's downgrades 13 Italian banks

Ratings agency Moody's Investors Service is downgrading the credit ratings for 13 Italian banks three days after cutting the Italian government's bond rating.

The government's lower rating means Moody's believes it is at greater risk of defaulting on its debts and "indicates a similarly increased risk that the government might be unable to provide financial support to its banks in financial distress."

Anonymous said...

Japan’s largest anti-nuclear rally in Tokyo draws over 170,000

Japan Daily Press

Despite the scorching heat on Monday, July 16th, more than 170,000 protesters marched through Tokyo’s Yoyogi Park to demand the government bring an end to Japan’s use of nuclear power.

(N.B. The nuking of the seabed which seems almost an established fact has seen to it that the oceans will never again recover their pristine condition during our lifetime and that of our children at least.)

Anonymous said...

The under-reported war: eugenics

Spermicides hidden in GMO corn provided to starving Third World populations through the generosity of the Gates Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation and Kofi Annan’s AGRA or vaccines that contain undisclosed sterilization agents are just two documented cases of using vaccines or GMO seeds to “reduce population.”

Not to forget either in this context the DU liberally spilt over all the war theatres. Or the polio vaccine with live germs flooding the poorer parts of the world in Africa and Asia.

Anonymous said...

Why is UK Preparing for War, Instead of the Olympics?

Instead of making preparations for the 2012 London Olympics, the United Kingdom seems to be preparing for war — fueling even more the speculations of a false flag terrorist attack.

The UK’s military is currently deploying some of the most effective surface-to-air missiles in the world, the Rapier missile systems, at a number of sites across the capital. This makes me wonder: what kind of “terrorists” are they really expecting, and why is the press allowed to disclose the location of the AA installations?

Don't forget either that now the Brit army and friends have taken over the "security" of the participants and spectators from the private company awarded the contract to the tune of millions of pounds. And Israeli and US "security" staff are all powerful at Heathrow and other airports.

As to the question, if it's war then who is the enemy, it's an open question so far. They themselves, their babes the "Al-Quaida", Russia, China, NKorea, etc., etc.? Any or all of them. But one thing is clear, if it does come about and whoever may be behind it, one thing is clear: Syria and Iran will be blamed.

Nussiminen said...

@13:30

Ce que je trouve le plus drôle de ces machinations, c'est l'ignorance habituelle des Babouins anglais eux-mêmes. Bref, il s'agit ici d'un pays impérialiste qui fait non seulement la guerre sans cesse sur la planète entière mais qui est en train évidemment de plonger violemment dans l'abysse de la crise financière. Donc, la classe dominante du Royaume Uni s'est rendue compte parfaitement des urgences politiques posées par la situation et intérieure et internationale. Les Jeux Olympiques à Londres avec tout leur appareil de sécurité en fournissent le prétexte idéal. Sachez aussi qu'en Angleterre, on est déjà arrivé à une société urbaine complètement couverte par des CCTVs.

Bien fait dans la gueule des Babouins, à mon avis. Leurs propres seigneurs les auront.

Anonymous said...

Le Royaume-Uni, cher Nussiminen, sera bientôt le Royaume-Désuni, surtout lorsque l'Ecosse se sera enfin libérée du joug anglais. Ceci dit, c'est tout un, que ce soient les habitants de la Grande Bretagne, de l'Europe continentale, des Etats-Unis ou d'Israel. Bonnet blanc et blanc bonnet. Ils ignorent ce qu'est la liberté ou l'honneur. Ils ne connaissent que le bien-être matériel en voie de disparition et les mensonges. Donc les Jeux de Londres, eh bien tout est possible là. L'attentat de Bulgarie a déjà eu lieu. En avant pour celui de Londres, prélude à de nouvelles guerres sans fin.

Anonymous said...

Russia, China Veto Syria Resolution From UN Security Council - 19.7.12

Russia and China vetoed a Western-backed U.N. Security Council resolution on Thursday that threatened Syrian authorities with sanctions if they did not stop using heavy weapons against an uprising and withdraw troops from towns and cities.

This is the third double veto served up by R & C to the UNSC. They really do seem to have learnt their lesson from the example of Libya. Nothing the UN does under chapter seven must ever be allowed to pass, nothing.

Anonymous said...

The dollar, as some of you might recall, was nuked by Russia in 2006. Now here are 11 international agreements that hammer nails into the coffin of the Petrodollar.

1. Russia and China agree to trade in their own currencies.
2. China and Brazil agree to do the same thing.
3. China and Australia also have a similar currency swap deal underway.
4. China and Japan establish a similar agreement.
5. India and Japan will also be trading with each other in their local currency.
6. Iran, China, India: Iranian oil now sold in local currencies and barter goods such as foodstuff, consumer items, etc.
7. Iran, Russia : Local currencies trade agreement.
8. China, Chile - Currency swaps trading.
9. China and UAE - Currency swap deal in place.
10. China and Africa - Trade to be carried out in renminbi.
11. The BRICS - Agreement to use their national currencies in trade agreements.

Anonymous said...

It would be about time, poiuytr, James, that someone thought of the next post under which we could comment. Slowly, this one will grow unwieldy and beyond our means to handle.

Nussiminen said...

Quant au soi-disant Royaume-Uni, c'est fort possible qu'il s'écroulera pour être morcelé en plus petits pays, c'est-à-dire "Le Royaume Désuni". Ainsi, enfin, les règles des grands tournois de football qui permettent à quatre foutues provinces de la Grande-Bretagne à y participer séparément seront entièrement justifiées :-)

Mais cet écroulement ne changera presque rien à la façon de vie des Babouins aussi longtemps que les banques de Londres continuent à ravager les pays pauvres. Comme vous l'avez analysé très perspicacement ci-dessus: "Ils ne connaissent que le bien-être matériel en voie de disparition et les mensonges".

Anonymous said...

Breaking: Russia Joins WTO - Putin Kowtows to the Globalists
21-7-12

Russian President Vladimir Putin just signed a treaty that makes Russia a World Trade Organization member. Russia's accession to the WTO is the result of 18 years of negotiations.

Russian media revealed that as part of the deal, Russia will have to lower its protective tariff rate from 10% to 7.8%.

This signals the end of Russia's sovereignty in trade and economic matters. Foreign investors will now be able to buy up Russia's industries, and there are already plans to buy out Russia's telecommunications companies.

(Bad news for some of us. Wonder what Putin hopes to gain from this particular move.)

Anonymous said...

Bonjour cher Nussiminen, Comme j'apprécie ton sens de l`humour. T'a vu très juste à propos de la magouille que le R-U pratique depuis belle lurette dans le domaine du football.

Quant aux banques monolithiques magouilleuses des "drizzly isles", pour citer poiuytr, mon sentiment personnel c'est qu'elles ne vont pas survivre à la crise économique, pas plus que les banques de l'autre côté de l'Atlantique.

Cette guerre nucléaire semble de plus en plus inévitable chaque jour qui passe. Nous avons déjoué tant de leurs complots déjà, mais en fin de compte ils ne vont quand même pas partir paisiblement. Alors en avant pour la fin du monde, ou du moins la fin d'un certain monde, celui de l'Occident triomphant. Qu'en penses-tu?

Anonymous said...

'Black Friday' Blame-Game Escalates As Spain Is Out Of Money In 40 Days - 20.7.12

With Valencia bust, Spanish bonds at all-time record spreads to bunds, and yields at euro-era record highs, Spain's access to public markets for more debt is as good as closed. What is most concerning however, as FAZ reports, is that "the money will last [only] until September", and "Spain has no 'Plan B".

Meanwhile, street protests carry on in Spain, with police having a high old time beating up the demonstrators. Spain has something most countries no longer have, a powerful trade union. Let's see if the long-awaited, unbeatable alliance between workers and students will finally materialise in this case.

Nussiminen said...

Bonjour, cher ami.

Ça me fait plaisir, bien sûr, d'apercevoir que tu apprécies mon sens de l'humour. C'est un des meilleurs signes afin de s'assurer qu'on 'tient ses engagements'.

Au sujet de la survie des banques anglaises, c'est une question extrêmement grave. En Angleterre, toute l'industrie financière est indissolublement liée au pillage du Tiers Monde, y compris la répression armée contre les peuples. Par conséquent, à bord de la faillite, "la solution nucléaire" s'annonce de plus en plus plausible d'autant plus que la compétitivité de l'Occident parasitaire par rapport à la Chine et à la Russie continue à dépérir.

Nussiminen said...

Para la plutocracia, la crisis en España es una señal de mal agüero mucho más fuerte que la desintegración de Grecia. Como lo indicó esta mañana "Anonymous", los españoles tienen todavía un movimiento sindical combativo.

Además, la islamofobia y el racismo anti-árabe son débiles en este país. Hay una simpatía general por las luchas anti-imperialistas en el Medio Oriente. La reacción después del atentado (firmado por Al-Qaida) contra el estación de Madrid Atocha en 2004 fue odio contra el gobierno del imbécil y lacayo estadounidense Aznar: "Vuestra guerra, nuestros muertos".

El gobierno español contemporáneo del imbécil neoliberal Rajoy se arriesga la guerra civil total. ¡Buena suerte!

Anonymous said...

Saudi Kingdom, the World's most repressive regime, rocked by protests

On July 17, this writer appeared on Press TV's News Analysis program. So did analysts Ali al-Ahmed and Kamel Wazne.

According to Wazne, Washington cares only about keeping Saudi oil flowing. It has utter "disregard for the people of Saudi Arabia and those people who are demonstrating on the streets."

People have no say, he stressed. Repression and social inequality are rife. Royal family members have no interest in their own people. Sheikh al-Nemr "called outright for the downfall of the monarchy and he called for the downfall of Al Saud."

Eastern Province (Qatif) winter 2011 protests mushroomed to many others across the Kingdom. "These people marching in the streets are determined" to achieve change. They want "a different political system."

This writer added that perhaps the fuse was lit last year. What Eastern Province Shiites began, Saudis across the Kingdom continue. Analyst Ali al-Ahmed predicts an "inevitable collapse." The fullness of time may prove him prescient.

Anonymous said...

False Flag London Games

A clearer picture is emerging as to what we might possibly expect to happen. The attack on the bus in Bulgaria, blamed straightaway for no reason one can understand on Iran, was the first act. Now MSM is telling us the Iranians have already reached London so an attack on Israeli atheletes can be expected.

Another scenario also doing the rounds: Syria. Poor beleaguered Syria is now being set up to become the perpetrator of a chemical attack on the Games prior to being massively bombed by the panting west.

You takes your pick and you makes your choice.

Anonymous said...

Gaza Blockade Over? Egypt Opens Border to Palestinians - 23.7.12

Five years of full-scale blockade of the Gaza Strip may have finally come to an end in the wee hours of Monday morning, with Egyptian officials announcing that they are opening the border unilaterally and completely to all Palestinians, including those stuck in the strip.

Officials say that all Palestinians can enter Egypt at will now, without permits or visas, and that this will include not only those in Gaza, but Palestinians entering Egypt by plane from elsewhere and means a de facto opening of the Gaza border. Indeed the first travelers entering Egypt without this restriction were seven Palestinians who arrived by plane.

The move comes just a week and a half after the Gaza Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh said that he was “confident” Egypt’s President Mursi would fully open the Gaza border to trade. This opening seems even more than anyone had hoped.

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, bonjour. Tu es une étoile linguistique qui brille dans nos cieux obscurs. Ce qui plus est, tu as la perspicacité de ceux qui ne se laissent pas raconter des bobards.

Absolument d'accord avec toi en ce qui concerne la bassesse de l'industrie financière britannique dont les banques ne représentent qu'une infime partie. Quant à la guerre nucléaire, nous en sommes arrivés au stade que cette éventualité ne semble plus déranger personne. Mais comme nous le disait poiuytr dans le temps, la Russie et la Chine ont toujours fait de leur mieux pour empêcher qu'on en arrive là. D'ou certaines de leurs concessions à l'occident qui nous laissaient stupéfaits par moments. Mais si guerre il y a, l'occident n'en sortira pas indemne. Et c'est sans doute mieux ainsi.

Quant aux braves Espagnols, bien que je ne les détestent pas, ils avaient perdu tout sens de la justesse des choses. Ils se sont comportés en nouveaux riches. Et, surtout, à aucun moment n'ont-ils montré le moindre souci pour les victimes des guerres infâmes en cours. Depuis un bon moment déjà les Espagnols n'ont rien contribué à l'histoire de l'Europe voire du monde. Peut-être que cette fois-ci ils nous étonneront tous par un soulèvement populaire généralisé qui sonnera le glas de cette Union Européenne non moins ravageuse que les Etats-Unis.

Anonymous said...

Now we're talking! The latest in the Currency Wars

Moody's Puts Germany On Warning For Credit Rating Downgrade - 23.7.12

Moody’s puts Germany on warning for a credit rating downgrade due to the uncertainty and potential impact of plausible European debt crisis scenarios.

Anonymous said...

Right 23/7/12 19:26. Let us update you on this one:

■Hamas is part of what President Obama at the 66th session of the UN General Assembly called a comprehensive solution for the Middle East and what an article on nsnbc has described as Israel´s Final Solution.
■This Final Solution implies the permanent annexation of the occupied Syrian Golan, the permanent annexation of the West Bank, and the permanent annexation of parts of Southern Lebanon, as well as the establishment of a Palestinian Emirate Gaza led by Hamas, with support of Egypt´s Muslim Brotherhood, the GCC member states, and in fact Israel and NATO member countries, most prominently Turkey.

In fact, then, Hamad is a traitor to the Palestinian cause. It was founded by the Israelis after all and now we see how close the relationship has always remained. It also explains why Hamas turned against one of its staunchest supporters, Syria, to do a bit of murderous bootlicking on the other side.

Wake up one and all. Mahmood Abbas a traitor, Dachlan a traitor, Hamas no less. Pity the poor Palestinian whose very survival is now at stake.

Anonymous said...

12 Signs That Spain Is Shifting Gears From Recession To Depression - to Final, Terminal Prolapse? (24.7.12)

Where have we seen this before? Bond yields soar above the 7 percent danger level. Check. The stock market crashes to new lows. Check. Industrial activity plummets like a rock and the economy contracts. Check. The unemployment rate skyrockets to more than 20 percent. Check. The bursting of a massive real estate bubble pushes the banking system to the brink of implosion. Check. Broke local governments beg the broke national government for bailouts. Check. The international community pressures the national government to implement deep austerity measures which will slow down the economy even more and hordes of violent protesters take to the streets. Check.

All of this happened in Greece, it is happening right now in Spain, and mark my words it will eventually happen in the United States...

The warmongering Spaniards deserve everything they get. They're there in Afghanistan helping to kill innocents along with the best of them. They were there in Libya no doubt. And probably not too far way from the Syrian massacres as well. Let's hope their prolapse comes swiftly now.

Nussiminen said...

Spain's going straight to hell, no doubt. It remains to be seen who will eventually enter her ever more chaotic political scene as "Franco 2.0". With youth unemployment already exceeding 50% -- and rising further still -- the situation is fatal and the outcome totally unpredictable. The most sinister and evil way out available to the Spanish lackey government is 'exporting' the unemployed youth en masse to the Western cabal's killing fields abroad. But in view of the events in 2004 and the fact that the Spanish people, as opposed to the Anglo-Saxon baboons, aren't rabid National Socialists, that solution is risky too.

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, I couldn't agree more. Spain should indeed go to hell for all the reasons you state. And along with Spain, say I, the rest of Europe should also join them in the inferno that particular place is famous for. Look at EU, look at the countries outside of the Union. Look at the financial situation. And all Europeans are worried about in July 2012 is which beach they are growing to grace next with their majestic presence while their rulers are wondering which war they'd do well to ignite next. Should it be Syria, should it be Tajikistan, should it be...? Oh, forget it. I don't know whether Nero really did what he was accused of, but the expression which has come down to us really fits the case. We are all fiddling while the world around us burns. The coming months will tell us a bit more clearly where we're headed, Spain and Greece leading the way.

Anonymous said...

Down Goes Britain: The UK Economy Tumbles Deep Into Recession

The economic crisis that is sweeping Europe is starting to hit Britain really hard. Over the last couple of years economists have been warning that we can't let the "contagion" spread from troubled nations such as Greece and Portugal to the rest of Europe. Well, it is too late for that now. Spain and Italy are coming apart at the seams at this point, and even "stronger" nations such as the UK and France appear to be deeply troubled.

According to numbers that were released just this week, the UK economy has now contracted for three quarters in a row. During the second quarter of 2012, the UK economy shrunk by 0.7 percent. That was a much larger contraction than the 0.2 percent contraction that economists were forecasting. At this point we have got a definite trend going. During the fourth quarter of 2011, the UK economy shrunk by 0.4 percent. During the first quarter of 2012, the UK economy shrunk by 0.3 percent. And now in this latest quarter the contraction of the UK economy appears to be accelerating.

This economic downturn in the UK is being called "the longest double-dip recession for more than 50 years". So will Britain soon look like Greece and Spain and Italy or will it be able to pull out of this nosedive in time?

The UK construction sector was hit particularly hard during the second quarter. It contracted by 5.2 percent, which was the biggest decline since the first quarter of 2009. Consumer confidence has reached a historic low in Britain and economic gloom is seemingly everywhere.

Anonymous said...

Russian, Western navies to face off near Syria
28.7.12

A Russian naval flotilla, which entered the Mediterranean earlier this week, may be there for a long haul, the Russian Navy said.

A joint group of 10 Russian warships and 10 escort vessels led by the Admiral Chabanenko anti-submarine destroyer and including landing ships with marines on board, entered the Meditarranean on Tuesday. It is currently stationed off the Southern Syrian coastline. Russia rents a naval supply basis at the Syrian port of Tartus, but naval commanders said the Russian warships will not enter the port.

The British, French and U.S. navies are planning a far larger deployment of warships in Eastern Mediterranean in autumn for war games codenamed Exercise Cougar 12.

The Russian Navy earlier denied that its deployment was linked to the current crisis in Syria, but said the Russian flotilla will remain in the Mediterranean at least till October.

Anonymous said...

Here we go. It's not just the Russian ships. Now China is in on it too.

Chinese destroyer enters Mediterranean via Suez
29.7.12

A Chinese destroyer sailed through Egypt's Suez Canal into the Mediterranean Sea, Egyptian daily Al-Shuruk reported on Sunday.

The destroyer could be on its way to the Syrian coast, the Egyptian newspaper reported, adding that the warship is planning to hold naval maneuvers in the area.

Al Shuruk daily further claimed that the canal authority authorized the Chinese ship's crossing through the canal following permission from the Egyptian armed forces.

Meanwhile, Egypt's Al-Wafd website reported that high security measures were taken during the ship's crossing of the canal.

Anonymous said...

British-born jihadists fighting Assad in Syria’ – captured photographer (30.7.12)

Radical Islamists with “British accents” are among the coalition forces looking to topple Bashar Assad, says Jeroen Oerlemans, a photographer who was held hostage in Syria for a week. The UK Foreign Office has launched an investigation.

Oerlemans, a famous Dutch photo journalist, and John Cantlie, another photographer from the UK, were captured by a group of between 30 and 100 anti-Assad fighters when crossing the Syrian border from Turkey last week. They were then blindfolded.

"One of the black jihadists freaked out and shouted: 'These are journalists and now they will see we are preparing an international jihad in this place.'" Oerlemans told NRC Handelsblatt newspaper. He said that none of the fighters was Syrian. "They all claimed they came from countries like Pakistan and Bangladesh and Chechnya and they said there was some vague 'emir' at the head of the group."
About 40 per cent of the militants spoke English. In fact, several apparently talked with recognizable regional British accents, from Birmingham and London.

(The Syria propaganda in the MSM unravelling).

Anonymous said...

On the situation in Syria. Here are some comments by our friend Syrian. See what you make of them:

You still don't understand why they want a regime change in Iran. They want to remove the ideology, eventually break the country into two parts: Balunchistan and Iran proper, and parts of in near the Caspian sea to go to form a new country for the Azeri population.

Now there's no need to say IF, the deal was at P5+1:

- Syria renounces resistance to israel
- Syrian army is reduced in size to half then a quarter of its size, mainly used to police the country
- Public betrayal of Hezbollah required to prove the deal is sealed

Syria REFUSED, furthermore, many were betting that Russia would give up at that point, but were wrong. The failure to kill Assad and the failure to take Damascus and Aleppo will be their undoing, they're going to make a big mistake soon and involve Turkey overtly.

The leaders don't want to engulf the world in a nuclear war for nothing, they're careful and have a long term plan.

3 Chinese vessels entered the Mediterranean, joining 8 Russian vessels off the coast of Syria. Can you finally put the pieces together and see your "5 Kings" split in the middle between the FUKUS axis and China/Russia?

China cannot lose Iran, it's not possible for them to survive long-term without this secure point of oil and leverage over the gulf. Do you not agree with this? Of course because of your 5 kings bullshit, you think China will just lower its head to be sliced clean off by America.

Do you understand what double vetoes, 3 times in a row, means? Do you understand what would happen to Russia's reputation if they allow a violation of their veto? Do you understand what is at stake here?

They've been trying to take down Syria in the most ferocious way, they've killed thousands of soldiers, wounded countless more, they've destroyed hundreds of armored vehicles, they've killed scientists, sanctioned literally EVERYTHING (I cannot even get a flight back home without going through Lebanon), destroyed infrastructure everywhere they've laid their hand on. They're calling this the dirtiest war in written history.

The country is still here and it's still fighting.

Russia, China, Iran, Syria and the resistance. If any one of them falls, all of them fall. There was great pressure on Iran to first accept the deal by America and betray Russia (who would then be engulfed by Islamists via destroyed Syria, Turkey). Then there was great pressure on Syria to make a deal, we all assumed that Russia would not veto the third time and would have to fight alone. Mistaken, even moving the "missile shield" out of Turkey wasn't a good enough deal for them. They knew that taking down Syria was multipurpose.

YOUR BIGGEST MISTAKE is assuming they just want to tie things up with Iran and then that's it. WRONG, their target is Russia (biggest landmass, most of the world's untapped resources) and China (industrial power house, huge untapped resources). They want to swallow the world.

Syria is the knot holding the rope together for the opposition to the US, if it's undone, it's over, there's no point resisting them anymore. I hope people understand the gravity of the situation.

China is now sending more ships (8 to be precise), the ships off the coast of Syria are making their way to the black sea. I think we're about to see preparations for hostile action against Turkey.

Think it won't happen? Well, let's see what the consequences for violating the UNSC decisions are. If you think that Russia will jump in and help Syria directly — wrong. They don't have the logistics. But, they can help by attacking from the rear.

Turkey is preparing artillery forces against Syria. Said that they're collecting weather data to enhance accuracy... let them try it. They have Makdissi's warning. Syria will use unconventional weapons to hold them off while reinforcements from Iran arrive.

Nussiminen said...

@10:31

The below quotation from the Syrian's overall judgement indeed surpasses ANYTHING the Baboons could possibly hope to grasp -- even remotely. It's an EXCELLENT assessment of the truly earth-shattering events unfolding right as we "speak".

In short:

>> YOUR BIGGEST MISTAKE is assuming they just want to tie things up with Iran and then that's it. WRONG, their target is Russia (biggest landmass, most of the world's untapped resources) and China (industrial power house, huge untapped resources). They want to swallow the world.

Syria is the knot holding the rope together for the opposition to the US, if it's undone, it's over, there's no point resisting them anymore. I hope people understand the gravity of the situation. >>

Absolutely correct. More specifically: The West, if it is to preserve at least some of its erstwhile domestic social peace, has no other options available to it than total, merciless enslavement and unbridled looting of the Freeworld -- not to mention the issue of rescuing West's totally bankrupt, grotesquely parasitic finance "industry". But that will be the end of the species altogether, so...

Vladimir Putin, be strong!

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, thanks for comment and now what is the Freeworld doing to protect itself without resorting to nuclear weapons and the like? Here's another comment by a blogger friend. It says it better than anything I could have managed myself:

"And over all our justifiedly stern and anxious outlook about the situation, we should never forget that whilst the West is encircling the core of the free world militarily, the East is leading the Free World in a counter-assault against the very "central nervous system" of Western power, the dollar's supremacy in terms of world reserve currency."

"This counter-assault is also in a very ripe stage, although I fear a lot of us will only believe in when we see the last great bubble, the US-centred government bond bubble, pop. The full picture is of two (if not more) climaxes racing against each other and against time itself, and so it's no place for gloom, but very much so for tense nerves and not allowing oneselves any mistake."

Anonymous said...

UK manufacturing contracts at fastest rate in three years - 1.8.12

The UK manufacturing sector shrank at its fastest rate in more than three years in July, as wet weather, weak confidence and the euro crisis behind the poor performance hit output, new orders and exports.

Equally noteworthy is the fact that over the past three years, the rate of the homeless in UK has gone up by 25%.

Anonymous said...

Olympics would earn billions, we were told. Some hope!
1.8.12

The truth is that the much-trumpeted economic boost from the Olympics seems to be a mirage. How different the reality is from Tony Blair’s bombastic declaration in 2005 that this would be ‘a once-in-an-era opportunity for British tourism’.

Not only is there a shortage of tourists pouring into London with bulging wallets, but some hoteliers who originally raised prices in the hope of a huge extra demand are reporting that bookings are 30 per cent down on last summer and they have been forced to heavily discount the price of empty rooms.

And as for the supposed economic boost from Olympic venue construction projects, now the work is finished and the cranes are starting to vanish from the skyline, the construction industry is taking a dive.

See also: 60,000 seats are left empty - every day

Anonymous said...

Of Floods and Droughts

They thought to bring floods to Russia - and they did. In return, they got a terrfic season of drought themselves.

ST. LOUIS (AP) — Nearly 220 counties in a dozen drought-stricken states were added Wednesday to the U.S. government's list of natural disaster areas as the nation's agriculture chief unveiled new help for frustrated, cash-strapped farmers and ranchers grappling with extreme dryness and heat.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture's addition of the 218 counties means that more than half of all U.S. counties — 1,584 in 32 states — have been designated primary disaster areas this growing season, the vast majority of them mired in a drought that's considered the worst in decades.

Anonymous said...

Olympic Closing Ceremony Surprise - 3.8.12

The Olympic opening ceremonies have come and gone without incident. People who feared a terror attack are getting comfortable with the idea that there isn't going to be an attack.

One thing is certain. Wherever the Monarchy goes during the Olympics - there is a 100% guarantee there will be NO terror attack. To stay 100% safe, GO WHERE THE WINDSORS GO.

Everyone expects the Olympics to end on August 12 as scheduled...but there is a very real possibility that the closing ceremony will be on August 11th instead of August 12th.

This website is predicting a staged and foiled dirty bomb terror attack on August 11th. London's military occupiers will take credit for preventing the attack and saving thousands of lives.

Anonymous said...

Debt crisis: S&P downgrades 15 Italian banks
4.8.12

"With Italy facing a potentially deeper and more prolonged recession than we had originally anticipated, we think Italian banks' vulnerability to credit risk in the economy is rising," S&P said in a statement.

"In this context, the combined effect of mounting problem assets and reduced coverage of loan loss reserves makes banks more vulnerable to the impact of higher credit losses particularly in the event of deterioration in the collateral values of assets," it said.

Among the rating agency's moves, S&P cut Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena to BBB-minus from BBB, just one notch above junk.

Banca Carige fared less well, losing its BBB-minus investment grade rating in a cut to BB-plus.

Anonymous said...

Hiroshima Day 2012

2012 is the 66th Anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, August 6 1945 and the bombing a few days later of Nagasaki. A grim kind of similarity is evident in what is happening in Fukushima today which, rightly or wrongly, seems to have been declared the new Hiroshima.

While we pay hommage to the supreme courage of the people of Japan for their past and present sufferings, let us also remember that we are at a point in Syria today where a 3rd World War is very close to us.

We beg poiuytr and James to come and give us their views as well if possible.

Rising Horus, on this dark day many of us are with you in our hearts and thoughts.

Anonymous said...

An Imminent Terror Attack on London à la 9/11 before the end of the games?

So who would profit? A man named Frank Lowy perhaps, presented to us as Australia's richest Zionist Capitalist. For more on this mysterious figure, try the link:

http://www.hangthebankers.com/imminent-terror-attack-on-london/

Lowy^s profits would come in, as on past occasions, through the money insurance companies would have to pay out if any such attack did occur.

Anonymous said...

So What Happens In 2013 When The Number Of Poor In America Goes From 100 To 280 Million?
6.8.12

US Professor Steve Keen who champions Debt Cancellation told us that wages go down and unemployment goes up as total debts increase. In 1970 the total amount of debt in the US was less than 2 trillion dollars. Today it is almost 55 trillion. In 1950 more than 80% of all men in the US had jobs. Today that is less than 65%. The number of Americans “not in the labor force” rose by 17.9 million between 2000 and 2011. Since 2001 the US lost more than 56,000 manufacturing plants and is still losing 23 per day. Today 25 million American adults are living with their parents.

But suppose the Petrodollar system ended in 2013 and everyone had to buy oil with something other than dollars. Prices will double as the more than 50% of currency held outside the US is dumped. There are currently 100 million poor Americans. I estimate, says Keen, 280 million Americans will be at or near poverty before the end of 2013 if we do not reform the system.

Anonymous said...

Syria: As fighting continues foreign detainees may reach center stage
7.8.12

While insurgents try to recapture at least some of the areas lost in the last week and make it to the outskirts of towns in western Syria, more details on foreign detainees come to light, which may start political discussions back home.

Sources say at least 200-300 private security company employees are captured beside hundreds of foreign military and service personnel during the last 14 months of foreign terror provocation. Among them are Portuguese nationals, who are paratroopers – and about whom Syria is asking itself how they entered the country.

Also 40-60 Germans are in Syrian custody, said the officials. According to these sources, the Germans were caught red-handed on the Syrian coastline as they were smuggling weapons supplies for the insurgents into Syria.

Anonymous said...

By now it really, really should be obvious. While the insolvent "developed world" is furiously fighting over who gets to pay the bill for 30 years of unsustainable debt accumulation and how to pretend that the modern 'crony capitalist for some and communist for others' system isn't one flap of a butterfly's wings away from full on collapse mode, China is slowly taking over the world's real assets.

Yep: the Yuan may not be the reserve currency by default, but at this rate China will have bilateral, read USD-bypassing relations, with all countries in Asia, South America and shortly Africa (where none other than Goldman Sachs has been pushing harder than anyone). Once the entire world is trading in CNY, it will be merely a matter of flipping the switch and all those fancy three-letter economic theories that explain why the uber-welfare state works just becayse the US can print an infinity+1 in debt, will all suddenly find themselves completely and totally bidless.

From China Daily:

China is to promote the yuan's use in settling trade and investment with Africa, and encourage the more active development of Chinese financial institutions across the continent, a senior central bank official said on Friday.

Li Dongrong, assistant governor of the People's Bank of China, said Africa has the capability of becoming a new hub of international capital flow, and the yuan's use there should be further improved in accordance with rising demand for the currency there.

"We will continue to encourage domestic financial institutions to increase their presence and business across the continent," Li told delegates at the Forum on China-Africa Financial Cooperation in Beijing, adding that the cooperation potential between the two sides is huge, as Africa's economy continues to take off.

According to Li, yuan-denominated settlement between China and some African countries has already started, with 4.3 billion yuan ($156.5 million) worth of settlement made with South Africa and 2.3 trillion yuan with Mauritius, for example. Apart from Mauritius, Ghana, Nigeria, Zambia and no doubt some others are also turning to the yuan as their own reserve currency,



The popularity of using the yuan has been increasing in Africa, and more central banks are considering including the currency in their reserve portfolios, reported various governors of African central banks at the forum.

For China, Ghana is not Spain.

Anonymous said...

Tomorrow will be Nagasaki Day

They dropped the Fatman on Nagasaki on August 9th. It was the second atomic bomb dropped and the first and more powerful Plutonium bomb ever used. It not only had plutonium, it had 15% more mass than little boy which was dropped on Hiroshima. The blast was less effective because of the mountains, but 80,000 people were killed and far more would die later from the starvation, radiation, and injuries it caused.

I don't know why Hiroshima gets ALL the attention. If anything the pointlessness of the first atomic bombing ought to be overshadowed by the even more pointless and evil and unecessary SECOND atomic bombing.

Today we are told that US wanted Japan all to itself, not allowing Russians to attack a weakened Japan, hence the bombs. Whatever, we several generations later find the whole thing so unpalatable words cannot translated our feelings of sorrow and disgust.

Thank God, the people of Japan are resilient beyond our powers of imagination. In their suffering then, in their renewed suffering today, we see human dignity at its very highest level. Long live Japan today and forever after!

Anonymous said...

While All Eyes Are On Europe, Japan Circles A Black Hole
10.8.12

While all eyes are on the absurdist tragicomedy playing out in Europe, Japan is quietly circling a financial black hole as its export economy is destroyed by its strong currency and the global recession.

Anyone has any views on the economic situation of Japan today?

Anonymous said...

Tensions deepen as Brazil federal strike grows
10.8.12

Tensions between the government of Workers Party President Dilma Rousseff and hundreds of thousands of striking federal workers deepened as federal police and other sectors of the public workforce joined the walkout.

(A Brazilian colour revolution in the offing perhaps?)

Anonymous said...

KABUL — Seven international soldiers have been killed by their local colleagues in a bloody four days of violence in Afghanistan, further eroding trust between foreign troops and the Afghans they work with.

Six died on Friday alone -- three American soldiers were shot by an Afghan policeman who invited them to a meal and three other troops were killed by an Afghan civilian employed on a NATO base, military and Afghan officials said.

At least some admission of fatalities on the part of the lying bastards. Hope everyone knows that when this war finally comes to an end, then and then alone will we learn the true extent of diaster in terms of lives lost.

Anonymous said...

Largest nations on Earth converge to support embattled Syrian government.

August 11, 2012 - Iran has recently hosted 30 nations including Russia, China, India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Ecuador, Afghanistan, Algeria, Iraq, Oman, Turkmenistan, Venezuela, Cuba, Jordan, Tunisia, Palestine, and many others in Tehran this week in efforts to support the Syrian government against foreign destabilization. Upon the agenda were calls to end foreign arms currently flowing into terrorist hands inside Syria, proposals to broker a meaningful ceasefire, the coordination of humanitarian aid, and supporting the Syrian people's right to reform without foreign interference.

So a slap in the face of the dastardly "Friends of Syria" group. So where do we go from here? Nowhere anytime soon, I expect. Aleppo has been cleaned up pretty thoroughly by the Syrian army. But now Hitlery and Erdoshit of Turkey are in a huddle about starting a no-fly zone à la Libya over Syria. Some more Freeworld flexing of muscles required in the days ahead.

Anonymous said...

They had two earthquakes in Iran on Aug. 11.

The epicenter was only 10km deep......
And shape of seismic wave has no Primary wave (P-wave) and starts suddenly with Secondary wave (S-wave). So peculiar.

Those must have been man-made.

Anonymous said...

Also some kind of earthquake in Russia, I hear. Now if this were man-made, they didn't try very hard to be seriously destructive, did they? It's nothing like what happened in Bam a few years ago, if you remember. But of course the absence of the P-wave does give us food for thought. Or have earthquakes so evolved that they come with a shallow epicenter and they bypass the preliminary stages we have recorded so far?

Also, London came and London went, but no false flag took place. Did advance public knowledge scare them off? In any case, one thing was definitely achieved. The whole massive show was a financial disaster both for the games and for the rest of London. So all those warnings were worth it after all.

Anonymous said...

Are The Government And The Big Banks Quietly Preparing For An Imminent Financial Collapse?

August 13, 2012

Something really strange appears to be happening. All over the globe, governments and big banks are acting as if they are anticipating an imminent financial collapse.

Last week, it was revealed that the U.S. government has been secretly directing five of the biggest banks in America “to develop plans for staving off collapse” for the last two years. By itself, that wouldn’t be that big of a deal. But when you add that piece to the dozens of other clues of imminent financial collapse, a very troubling picture begins to emerge. Over the past 12 months, hundreds of banking executives have been resigning, corporate insiders have been selling off enormous amounts of stock, and a significant number of Wall Street bankers have been shopping for “prepper properties” in rural communities this summer. Meanwhile, there have been reports that the U.S. government has been stockpiling food and ammunition, and Barack Obama has been signing a whole bunch of executive orders that would potentially be implemented in the event of a major meltdown of society.

So what does all of this mean? It could mean something or it could mean nothing. What we do know is that a financial collapse is coming at some point. Over the past 40 years, the total amount of all debt in the United States has grown from about 2 trillion dollars to nearly 55 trillion dollars. That is a recipe for financial armageddon, and it is inevitable that this gigantic bubble of debt is going to burst at some point.

Anonymous said...

JP Morgan’s Insolvent. Banks Are Dead.
14.8.12

Max Keiser, "“The global banks are dead. No amount of aerosol trying to make the stink go away is going to change that. That’s what Christine Lagarde, and the other folks at the IMF have failed to come to terms with. The global indebtedness reached a critical amount of - no amount of stimuli or policy changes would change the fact that the globe is embarking on this massive global deleveraging, which is going to end in massive defaults in banks across Europe and across the world. These major banks in Europe are technically insolvent. Deutsche bank is insolvent. BNP Bank (France) is insolvent. Societe General (France) is insolvent. JP Morgan – insolvent. And of course, Goldman Sachs is insolvent."

Anonymous said...

Endgame Activated - Warning for All - 13.8.12

I will lay out something that no else is talking about but is a big issue. That issue is the fact the Russians are irate over the Euro crisis. For you see they have had billions invested within financial institutions and instruments in the Eurozone. They are also one of Europes biggest natural gas supplier, so what do you get when all of a sudden countries in the Eurozone can't pay their bill and the investments that you placed in Euro banks and their instruments go bust? Simple you get angry, especially when NATO is at the same time putting missile batteries at your doorstep to go along side with their dead beat attitude towards paying their bill. All viewed as aggression by the Russians.

The Russians will cut the gas supplies, this will happen in the next few months. This has the potential to be deemed as an act of war or aggression since Europeans are used to the idea of free handouts and or footing the bill to a later date. Back in June I stated that the elites have declared the Euro a collapsed currency (Unofficially of course). I will detail a bit further what are some of the signs of collapse, while the theater of austerity and promises is played out to the masses. After a currency is deemed dead by those that have the power, once they exit the pegs that are knocked from underneath the structure look like this:

Banks are all braced for collapse: This is happening in the Eurozone and the US as well. In fact US banks have been ordered to brace for a "October-November event" This I detailed is the "OFFICIAL" collapse of the Euro. In the US the plans were done back in 2009 not two years ago as some would surmise. This collapse plan would allow JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs to acquire Bank of American and Citigroup. Thus Post collapse there will only be two banking giants in the US, JPM and Goldman. Goldman Sachs will move to full blown retail commercial banking. Yes you read that correctly, Goldman Sachs branches in your neighborhood where you can open a checking account for the new digital currency that you will be carrying. Morgan Stanley will be killed off.

Energy companies pulling out: Apart from the Russians and the mess they are in with the Euro, companies like Royal Dutch Shell the Largest energy company in the world has pulled out all their assets from the Euro. Exxon-Mobile and BP are soon to follow. This will accelerate the global crash even faster.

Bank Hacks: I have told many of you to get your funds out of the accounts here is another reason why. Apart from the banking hacks that is occurring and no one is talking about, which by the way is affecting close to 200 banks worldwide. Gauss Virus that is supposedly affecting the middle east has from my sources confirmed a "Stuxnet created for the banking system" has all the hallmarks of yet another Central Bank/Intelligence Agency operation. Gauss is a beta test, a trail run. There is a more powerful version which will be unleashed right before collapse to sweep all accounts. The name of this from what I am hearing is called project APPOLYON a fitting name indeed. Will they change the name of this destroyer last minute? Maybe.

We are in the final phases of a massive upheaval, with the Olympics distraction over for the masses, look for another distraction to fill the headlines, possible large scale regional war that has the potential to spin out of control into a full scale Global World War. With the close of the Olympics, the state of economics world wide, the elites have nothing else up their sleeves to distract the masses. War is the next made for TV movie. I just hope that it's not as bad as I think it would be, usually it is worse.

Anonymous said...

Poiuytr, James W., dear blogmasters, is this to be our fate? Are we to die and be buried under the weight of this assorted blather? Do we not deserve a bit better from both of you? We are still somewhat managing at the moment. But not for very much longer. So do come and do your duty by us. And if all you want is for us to fold up, well then come and and say so outright. Many thanks in advance for some response to our plea.

Anonymous said...

First the Feds created Stuxnet, then Falme and Duqu. Now prepare for the latest cyber tool of doom - Gauss - set in motion by the same people. Think of its uses: a prextext or even a means to close down the Internet. A pretext or, again, even a means to let the banks of the hook, they claiming they were hacked and all the customers' accounts emptied, etc., etc. We're going to have a lot of fun with this one, if that's the word to use.

Anonymous said...

Finland preparing for EU meltdown

17.8.12

The Nordic state is battening down the hatches for a full-blown currency crisis as tensions in the eurozone mount and has said it will not tolerate further bail-out creep or fiscal union by stealth.

Nussiminen said...

@16/8/12 08:47

>> Are we to die and be buried under the weight of this assorted blather? >>

Lighten up! I'm quite convinced there will be a new thread coming up here very soon. And to siphon off mounting impatience, I suggest you enjoy yourselves immensely by posting at one of the most delusional Baboon-like blogs featuring on the whole damn Internet: dyingrussia.wordpress.com

However, be careful here as it's indeed highly addictive teasing a bunch of grotesque, die-hard animals!

Anonymous said...

Thanks Nussiminen, Both for reassuring words and for the link. More when we get to know it better.

For today, the things I'd like to draw all our attention to:

- Ecuador's Correa, a great man in my eyes, has granted Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks and a lesser man than Correa, asylum. But so far that just means cowering in a room at the Ecuadoran Embassy in London. Brit bobbies are outside just waiting to break down the door, enter and seize Assange to comply with US demands. So goodbye international law. It was nice knowing you, not that you ever completely convinced us of your honesty.

- Syria: Russia continuing to take a firm stand as fighting rages in Aleppo and, on a smaller scale, in Damascus. The strident French, the whining Brits are all in favour of "smashing" Pres Bashar al Assad off the face of the earth. International Law, we doff our hats at your funeral, though you never quite convinced us of your impartiality.

- Afghanistan: Anyone noticed how US-NATO has suddenly begun publishing casualty figures on a daily basis, engineered though they are upto the eyeballs. Seems to me, this is a prelude to some kind of departure of the invader forces from that martyred land.

- And finally this: The Subprime crisis as they call it has now reached Australia. Keep an eye open for more on this in days to come?

Anonymous said...

Will Germany Itself Be Leaving the Eurozone?

19.8.12

Reported daily in such papers as Die Welt, Handelsblatt and Der Spiegel, a succession of politicians, financiers and commentators have concluded that, with Greece about to go bankrupt and Spain and Italy to follow, enough is enough. Certainly, they argue, Greece must be allowed to leave the euro. But so, many add, must Spain, Italy and others. Indeed, so dire has this crisis become – with one senior politician estimating Germany’s potential liability at more than $1 trillion – that voices are now being raised to say that the only practical solution to this mess would be for Germany itself to abandon the euro. The rest of the eurozone could thus be left to sink or swim with a currency which, without Germany’s backing, would face a massive devaluation.

Anonymous said...

Ecuador again: One of my favourite people among rulers at the moment, Ecuador's Rafael (Odious Debt) Correa has stood up to his giant neighbours again. After granting Assange asylum, Correa has now made clear that he doesn't even think about breaking off his close ties with Iran. Of such men is history made.

Anonymous said...

The Sumerian myth of creation, the Babylonian myth of creation, the one-God of ancient Egypt under Akenathon, all this was then taken over lock, stock and barrel by the monotheistic religions still to me. Here's one example of that plagiarism:

“A lot of the stories in the Old Testament are in fact plagiarized material, particularly from the rich mythical heritage of the Sumerians – the inventors of writing. The story of Noah and the flood story, the creation of man out of clay, Cain and Abel, the gardens of Eden, the tree of knowledge, creation of Eve from Adams rib, and numerous other myths, like the throwing of Moses after he was born in the river, are all but stories found recorded on Sumerian clay tablets dating 5000 years back in time, when the Hebrew bible was but a distant memory”

Anonymous said...

Russia warns West on Syria after Obama threats
22.8.12

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov warned the West on Tuesday against unilateral action on Syria a day after President Barack Obama said U.S. forces could intervene if his Syrian counterpart deployed chemical weapons against rebels trying to topple him.

Lavrov met China's top diplomat and a Syrian government delegation in what appeared to be a push to keep diplomacy going at a time when fewer Western and Arab governments believe that a U.N.-backed peace plan can end the violence.

Lavrov spoke at a meeting with China's State Councillor Dai Bingguo a day after Obama, asked by reporters whether he might deploy forces in Syria under certain conditions, said: "A red line for us is (if) we start seeing a whole bunch of chemical weapons moving around or being utilised."

(All right. Good to hear Russia is still sticking with the same rhetoric. On the other hand, Russia has now officially become a WTO member after a wait lasting 18 years. What does it need to give the US in return for this *privilege"? Somehow with the Russians one never knows what their true aims are.)

Anonymous said...

Pakistan has summoned a US diplomat to its Foreign Ministry to file a protest against deadly US-led assassination drone strikes in the country.

Washington claims its drone strikes target militants, though casualty figures clearly indicate that Pakistani civilians are the main victims of the non-UN-sanctioned attacks.

Tension between Washington and Islamabad intensified after a US air strikes last November killed 24 Pakistani soldiers at two army outposts on the Afghan border.

Anonymous said...

@Nussiminen, That DyingRussia blog site was such a horrible experience, it made me want to throw up rather than smile. I just can't understand how anyone can function at this level of inanity.

And now here's a piece of news about Russia I can cope with:

BOMBSHELL: US Neo-Cons, State Department Behind Terror Wave in Russia
23.8.12

The shootings and bombings in Ingushetia and Dagestan this week rekindled a long-standing, brutal campaign of violence and terrorism in Russia’s Caucasus region – one that has seen more than its share of terror stretching back to the Chechen “rebellion” of the 1990s. However, in examining the recent attacks, it becomes clear that there are political and geopolitical interests behind the scenes that are actively working to destabilize Russia, with violence as their most potent weapon. The attacks are not simply isolated terrorist actions, but rather, cynically orchestrated events carried out by well-connected criminal networks whose goal is to foment conflict and carry out the agenda of the US intelligence establishment in its subversion of Russia.

Anonymous said...

Another glimpse into something essential:

Russian Lawmakers Seek to Strip Central Bank of Independence (23.8.12)

A group of Duma deputies is seeking to deprive the Central Bank of its interest rate setting powers, saying that it was set up as a tool of the U.S. government, in a move that has provoked hilarity and incredulity among experts.

Transferring the ability to determine interest rates to the government will "enliven the Russian economy and create new jobs," said United Russia Deputy Yevgeny Fyodorov, who is also a member of the Duma's Budget and Tax Committee.

(Anyone provoked to hilarity by the statement is no expert. But if Russia regains control of that central bank, then the US will try to invade the same way they did Libya and with the same goal; to erase any alternative system of banking from the face of the Earth. and then it really will be global thermonuclear war!
WRH)

Rivero is right there. Just to remind everyone, there were four central banks worldwide not yet in the clutches of the Roschild clique: Libya (gone now as we all know), Syria (under attack at the moment), Iran (constantly under threat) and North Korea (not quite in their sights yet), If Russia could manage to free their own Central Bank at long last, the world would have taken a step forward.

Anonymous said...

The Arab Spring comes to Saudi Arabia
25.8.12

Inspired by the Arab Spring, Saudi Shiite demonstrators have become increasingly vocal in demanding an end to their marginalized position. Sporadic protests that began peacefully in February 2011 have now turned violent, most recently in early August in the eastern city of Qatif after demonstrators clashed with police.

Unsurprisingly, the Saudi authorities have not acted to change the status quo and continue to invest billions in military equipment – from fighter jets to tanks – that could be used to suppress a rebellion. But ignoring Shiite grievances is bound to make the situation in the Eastern Province even more unstable, as the examples of Egypt, Libya and Syria all make clear.

Though the Shiite opposition is weak, it also has a potentially devastating trump card: access to vital oil pipeline networks that could easily be attacked if their plight remains unchanged. If and when that happens, there will be more at stake than a rise in the oil price.

Anonymous said...

The Latest Twist to the Greece Exit from the Euro (25.8.23)

Germany May Ask Greece To Exit The Euro 'Temporarily'

Market News International is reporting that the German Finance Ministry may ask Greece to exit the euro "temporarily" while it straightens out its finances.

If such is the case, Ha, ha, US banks won't have to incur losses on the credit default swaps carried out over Greece. Can anyone say better?

Anonymous said...

Confirmed: India’s Polio Eradication Campaign in 2011 Caused 47,500 Cases of Vaccine-Induced Polio Paralysis - 29.8.12

A paper published earlier this year in the Indian Journal of Medical Ethics should have made headlines around the globe, as it estimated there were 47,500 cases of a polio-like condition linked to the oral polio vaccine in 2011 alone.

Researchers reported:

"…while India has been polio-free for a year, there has been a huge increase in non-polio acute flaccid paralysis (NPAFP). In 2011, there were an extra 47,500 new cases of NPAFP. Clinically indistinguishable from polio paralysis but twice as deadly, the incidence of NPAFP was directly proportional to doses of oral polio received. Though this data was collected within the polio surveillance system, it was not investigated. The principle of primum-non-nocere [First, do no harm] was violated."

The oral polio vaccine campaign so common in the third world these days is being financed by the eugenics-minded NWO lot, among them Bill and Melissa Gates.

Anonymous said...

Russia not to end military presence in Syria: army chief - 29.8.12

Russia has no intention to end its military presence in Syria despite the ongoing violence in the Arab nation, the Head of Russian army says.

Chief of Staff General Nikolai Makarov on Tuesday rejected the reports that Moscow was in the process of evacuating its naval base in Syria and pulling out its high ranking military personnel.

"Why are you so worried about Syria?" Makarov said. "All the plans that we have in place are working and no one is running away from there.”

Anonymous said...

Morgan Stanley is Insolvent – Only a Matter of Time Before Total Financial Collapse
30.8.12

The fall of the House of Morgan has begun as stock prices on the global market at Morgan Stanley (MS) begin to fall on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).

According to Rick Wiles: “I’m hearing rumors that another major financial house is going to implode. In fact, the name I’ve been given is Morgan Stanley . . . It’s going to be put on the sacrificial alter by the financial elite.”

MS, technically speaking, is classified as insolvent based on mark-to-market valuation. By selling off non-core assets, MS has been able to “reduce its European exposure” through the manipulation of hedge funds and allocation of funds to failing financial corporations. Some mainstream media outlets tout that the Federal Reserve Bank will come in and assist MS in their insolvency and that MS “just isn’t going out of business anytime soon.”

Anonymous said...

Well, Igor Panarin is back and we listen to him with the same close attention as in the past:

Igor Panarin believes that President Obama will announce martial law by the end of 2012. He explains: “There’s a 55-45% chance right now that disintegration will occur.”

In 2009, Panarin lectured at the Diplomatic Academy where he stated that he believes that the US will begin to collapse in 2010. He compared America to Nazi Germany and blamed the US for the global financial crisis that destroyed the Russian economy.

Panarin said that American society is in decline, referencing school shootings like Columbine. Combined with the banker bailouts in 2008 as proof that the US is no longer the global dominating economy, Paranrin believes that the American dream is over.

He asserts that mass immigration, economic decline, and moral degradation will plunge America into a civil war that will center on the collapse of the US dollar. Panarin created a map of how he perceived the US would be divided. He asserted that parts of the US would be taken over by foreign interests.

Considering the social climate emerging in America, Panarin’s words seem prophetic.

Lubbock County Judge Tom Head said on a local FOX affiliate station that he is convinced that Obama’s re-election would spawn civil unrest which would justify the US government’s use of martial law to quell the public. Head is seeking an increase in local taxes to “beef up” the Lubbock County Sheriff’s office and district attorney’s office.

Head expressed concern that Obama would deploy UN NATO troops onto US soil should civil unrest be declared. Head said: “He’s going to try to hand over the sovereignty of the U.S. to the United Nations, what’s going to happen when that happens? I’m thinking worst case scenario. Civil unrest, civil disobedience, civil war maybe…we’re not just talking a few riots or demonstrations.”

Anonymous said...

Lowest German exports for three years
3.9.12

The German export industry - one of the main pillars of the country's economy - dropped to its lowest point since 2009 in August, sparking fears that the euro crisis is finally catching up with one of Europe's stronger nations.

Well, so much the better, say we, so much the better.

Anonymous said...

China Launching Gold Backed Worldwide Currency -Now the Americans will have to find a reason to go to war against China !!
3.9.12

According to an article, China is recasting all of their gold reserves into small one kilo bars in order to issue a new gold-backed currency. Many say this will disrupt global trade and will eventually cause a collapse of the US dollar.

There can be no doubt that the US dollar will soon be history. China is recasting all of their gold reserves into small one kilo bars in order to issue a new gold backed global currency. This is surely a strategic part of their recent push to sign new trade agreements with Russia, Japan, Chile, Brazil, India, and Iran. The cat is now out of the bag, the US will be given the bums rushby the largest trading nations in the world and the dollar will go down in flames. GATA now estimates that 80% of the gold that investors believe they have in allocated accounts is long gone, the majority of it probably wound up in China.

Nussiminen said...

As far as Tom Head is concerned, he just spouts typical contrived psychobabble à la US baboon:

>> He (Obama) is going to try to hand over the sovereignty of the U.S. to the United Nations, what’s going to happen when that happens? >>

If we show polite restraint here, suppressing all the ridicule and contempt the above pronunciamento richly deserves, a "serious" answer to it would amount to the following:

Next to nothing, in fact. The UN is a 100% Western ploy to begin with, and -- with regard to the prospect of "occupation" -- its headquarters have never been located anywhere else than in New York City. Moreover, as can easily be gauged by the average voter turn-outs in the US, elections do not matter that much either, despite all the bourgeois intellectual bravado and media hype eulogising them. Hence, the above question barely qualifies as even rhetorical -- it's literally much ado about nothing.

As regards Head's other idea of the Baboons' very own President deploying NATO troops in order to keep selfsame Baboons in check, it certainly has "an appetizing flavour" to it, no doubt. But what was said above with regard to the UN of course applies with even more vigour to NATO. This Nazi American Terror Organization is overtly committed to Western supremacy all along the line, as are the Western monkeys themselves. Deploying NATO troops against the Baboons would be an act of instant political suicide, on par with the brilliant resolve of the last Russian Emperor Nicholas II in 1905 to open fire on perfectly peaceful, nay humble, hunger demonstrators right outside his Royal Palace.

Igor Panarin, on the other hand, is really onto something. In particular, I agree wholeheartedly with his judgement on the US as a rotten-ripe society at every level, kept afloat by rampant parasitism and oppression worldwide with no domestic creation of wealth to really sustain itself. In fact, that very absence constitutes a most striking difference even to Nazi Germany which, after all, was an industrial power-house. It remains to be seen what will become of the US territory proper. My personal take on the subject is that it most certainly will "de-Anglify", giving way first and foremost to Spanish and possibly Chinese.

Anonymous said...

Moody's Downgrades EU's rating outlook

NEW YORK: Moody's on Monday lowered the European Union's long-term issuer rating outlook from stable to negative, saying the move reflected credit risks of the bloc's key budget contributors.

"It is reasonable to assume that the EU's creditworthiness should move in line with the creditworthiness of its strongest key member states," it said, citing negative outlooks for Britain, France, Germany and the Netherlands.

Despite Moody's pronouncement, the euro rose to a two-month high of $1.2618 in Asian trading Tuesday, compared with $1.2598 late Monday in London trade. Dealers were keeping faith with the euro amid rising expectations that the European Central Bank (ECB) will on Thursday announce a round of sovereign bond purchases from struggling economies.

Moody's maintained the EU's triple-A rating, saying its "two key rationales" for assigning the bloc its highest rating remained unchanged: its "conservative budget management" and "the creditworthiness and support provided by its 27 member states." Britain, France, Germany and the Netherlands -- which together account for about 45 percent of the EU's budget revenue, according to Moody's -- also maintain a AAA credit rating.

The agency, however, did not exclude the possibility of a future EU downgrade, saying in its statement that a "deterioration in the creditworthiness of EU member states" could prompt such a move.

Anonymous said...

EU News

Depression, Suicides Rise as Euro Debt Crisis Intensifies: Europe is approaching a crisis as the region’s debt crisis and austerity measures increase the rates of depression, suicide and psychological problems – just as governments cut healthcare spending by up to 50 percent

Fears Rising, Spaniards Pull Out Their Cash and Get Out of Spain: In July, Spaniards withdrew a record 75 billion euros, or $94 billion, from their banks — an amount equal to 7 percent of the country’s overall economic output — as doubts grew about the durability of Spain’s financial system,

Anonymous said...

The big game according to our Syrian. I find it wholly believable myself.

The bigger game is the "clash of civilisations". They cannot nuke the middle east without having a reason. The unprovoked attack everyone keeps advocating will happen is a fantasy.

What will happen first is the dismemberment of all states then unification into some kind of fucked up "Caliphate". Then, after enough demonisation has taken place (on-going, they didn't even pause between the fall of Libya to start uncovering their "rebels"), a false-flag event so horrible, so shocking, will take place that the whole world would unite to rid it of this Caliphate.

And so those 400 or so nukes israHell has stockpiled will be used leisurely, one by one, on each population concentration. This is long after the Palestinians had been kicked out from the west bank and the Gaza strip so the interior of israHell would be quite secure to any kind of reprisal. Without Syria or Iran (taken down in the same manner, through 4th generation warfare) to retaliate, nor Pakistan (set to be taken down in 2013), it would be the end of the region, paving the way for later reprisals and so on.

That's their best case scenario and they seem to be pursuing it with zeal.

The most likely scenario, and it's coming soon, is that israHell will be wiped off the face of the Earth by Syria, Iran and Hezbollah in the coming months.

Nussiminen said...

Q: Would it be possible for the Zionist West and its, ahem, proud dwellers to make the entire Muslim World physically uninhabitable "without having a reason" ?

A: Well, yes and no. If we cut to the chase, Western insanity/paranoia -- usually referred to as "right-wing extremism" -- is fuelled 100% by parasitism. Scientifically speaking, the entire concept of 'Western civilization' could be defined as a consummate manifestation of militant parasitism at every level. This crucial, basic fact renders the above question somewhat misleading. Parasites ALWAYS face the dual risk of their host either dealing with them appropriately or else becoming exhausted, meaning the parasites' own food chain breaks down as well.

Hence, if and when the Western parasites feel enough threatened as parasites, then they sure as hell will conclude they "have a reason" to kill off the whole planet 100 times over. Yes, violently insane Corporate Media campaigns will of course play their due part in all of this, but they are only working BECAUSE parasites are automatically receptive to whatever mindless tripe is defending their "sacred way of life".

Anonymous said...

Nussiminen, hats off. Honesty dictates I confirm that you are one of the most compelling bloggers on the entire WWW. I wish you'd take over this damned blog from its lazy initiators and give us a bit of peace of mind.

Now to your two comments above. Firstly about the US and UN. They are one and the same thing, actually and the article in question at least has the merit of making that part of it clear. I loved the thought of NATO taking on the baboons. Whether it happens or not is up in the stars. But if some patriots are still around in that cemetery which is the US today, it might not be such a bad idea at all. Political suicide for whom? The two-wings, one party system in the US. It is already on its deathbed.

As for Panarin, God, the man has vision. I'm still waiting patiently for his first set of predictions to come true. As for the martial law prediction, only a few months left to go before we see what that is worth. And then it might tie in quite nicely with some of the things Head believes lie ahead of us.

Anonymous said...

As for your no less perceptive "parasite" comment, Nussiminen, sure they'll not hesitate a second to set the world afire in defence of their self-entitlement philosophy. But the small problem there is the Muslims themselves, idiots though they are on the whole, have grown stronger over time. So while making the world of the Muslims uninhabitale, west also runs the danger of making their own habitat a place where no one can survive. We predict, if ever the worst occurs, that more N-bombs will fall upon the west than the other way round. So let's just wait and see. The only people I feel sorry for the world over are the children and this includes the children, however ill brought up, of the west.

Nussiminen said...

Well, thanks very much for your resounding acclaim, Anon. It's always a profound source of encouragement to be perceived as being right on the money in dealing with a highly sensible, non-trivial subject.

Yes, NATO taking on the despicable Baboons would make me absolutely elated for a VERY long time indeed. >> Western democracy suits Westerners best >> , as my home-made proverb puts it. But at this point in time, the ruling Western cabal still cannot simply dispense with domestic social peace altogether. Of course, they despise all their lesser compatriots with a passion, but resorting to what's being perceived by much of the latter as a "Venerable Holy Alliance" (NATO) to remind them of who's in charge -- well, not just yet. Should Obama indeed try it, then each and every little vile, drooling Western supremacist imbecile on this godforsaken planet would take to the streets instantly -- hence no more soldiery/mercenaries for Empire. NATO would implode within a few days. Clearly, this is not worth the carnal pleasure at the Baboons' expense.

Rather, it's the far more able, persevering, and combustible peoples of the Middle East that will keep bringing about defeats and setbacks for the Baboons in general and their revered betters in particular.

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