|PreesTV, Jun 29 2012
The Economic Collapse
How is money created? If you ask average people on the street this question, most of them have absolutely no idea. This is rather odd, because we all use money constantly. You would think that it would only be natural for all of us to know where it comes from. So where does money come from?
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Eustace Mullins, the first and best researcher on the Fed
A lot of people assume that the federal government creates our money, but that is not the case. If the federal
Syrian government forces and the armed opposition are fighting in two Damascus suburbs, while there were also reports of overnight shelling in the capital.
The clashes have been happening in the suburbs of Qudsaya and Hammah, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports.
AP also says that fighting raged near the housing compounds and bases of the Republican Guard.
“Artillery fire can be heard regularly in the capital, but it’s the first time that there’s been the
|Turkey is moving a large number of troops and hardware to the Syrian border, according to Turkish media reports.On Tuesday evening, the Times of Israel reported:
Following the shoot-down of a Turkish warplane over Syrian territory, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his military will respond to any future incident.
“As awe-inspiring as Turkey’s friendship is, Turkey’s wrath is equally awe-inspiring,” Erdogan said in a speech delivered before parliament.
|The failed and anti-popular austerity policies, along with the expensive recapitalization of European banks, bring the breaking down of the Eurozone even closer.
By: Dimitris Kazakis
Newspaper “to Xoni” (the funnel), June 3 2012“2012 summer brings an eerie echo of 2008. Markets signal worry for an important category of assets”, the president of World Bank and former executive of Goldman Sachs Robert Zeilik writes in the Financial Times. He refers to the state debt situation, which is out of control in the Eurozone. Hysterical austerity policies are not effective. So, the dilemma is even more pressing: rescuing the banks (again) or rescuing the people?
The answer for Zeilik is more than obvious, of course: There needs to be a new, even more costly rescuing of the banks. Since Eurozone state budgets already suffer from the cost of the previous rescue, amounting to over 3trillion euros in the past two years, this is what he suggests: “Countries should be ready to proceed
Archie Kalokerinos MBBS PhD FAPM
Dr. Archie Kalokerinos took his medical degree from Sydney University in 1951 and then spent six years in England. On his return to Australia he was appointed Medical Superintendent of Collarenebri Hospital where he served until 1975. He is a Life Fellow of the Royal Society for
|Just who are these people that are trying to abolish national parliaments and the will of the people?
This is not just a rhetorical question. I’d like us all to try and work out why would an “academy of art and science” advocate the “fashioning of institutions for free, fair and effective global governance“.
Please read their April 2011 document where they clearly state among a lot more that:
Over the past few decades, the World Academy of Art and Science has organized
Prosperity itself has become a source of instability and destruction when wantonly pursued without organizational safeguards for our collective well-being. No longer able to afford the luxury of competition and strife based primarily on national, ethnic or religious interests and prejudices, we need urgently to acquire the knowledge and fashion the institutions required for free, fair and effective global governance.
|An excerpt from The International Forecaster’s weekly publication.
June 23 2012: Forecasting the death throes of the global economic system is hardly cause for celebration, trillions in bailouts in the last five years, Fed members funneled trillions emergency Fed money into their own banks, effects of bubble unravelling the economy in earnest, cash strapped towns swindled by GE Capital.
Last week in these pages we forecasted: that a pro-bailout party would win the Greek election; that the socialists would take a majority in the French elections; that Spain would require a significantly larger bailout to prop its banking sector up; and that the Fed would likely extend Operation Twist as a way of keeping everything moving along sideways. Check, check, check, and check. In most areas of life, 4 for 4 is something to be happy about, but when forecasting during the death throes of the global economic system as we’ve known it, getting things right is hardly cause for celebration.
Here’s a prediction I’d like to see come true: the American public, finally realizing the extent of the depravity on Wall Street, will start to examine what really happened in the past five
In July 2010 Theobald wrote an article about clothianidin and bees for Bee Culture magazine. “Do We Have a Pesticide Blowout” ignited a conversation about the connection between systemic pesticides, specifically clothianidin, and declining bee populations in the United States.
Tom Theobald’s original article for Bee Culture:
“Clothianidin is agriculture‛s Deep Water Horizon. America‛s farmland is awash in questionable chemicals as surely as the shorelines of the Gulf Coast are awash in crude oil – and for many of the same reasons.
I doubt that there are many readers who have escaped reports of the oil well blowout – the explosion and collapse of the Deepwater Horizon drilling platform and the subsequent environmental disaster that has ensued.
Evidence is mounting that the blowout of the Deepwater Horizon was brought on by a climate of lax oversight by the federal agency responsible for ‘insuring the safety and environmental protection of offshore drilling operations,’ the Mineral Management Service, or MMS. As I’ve listened to the news and read the articles describing events leading up to the explosion I’m struck by the parallel to what has been occurring in the beekeeping world over the past several years…”
Read More: BoulderCountyBeeKeepers.org
We Know Who You Are
Schmidt speaking at the Techonomy conference in Lake Tahoe.
“Show us 14 photos of yourself and we can identify who you are. You think you don’t have 14 photos of yourself on the Internet?”
Google Inc. is back in the news this week, with a fresh round of headlines about the search giant and government censorship. Ironically–though perhaps not surprisingly for the corporate media–the stories are not about Google’s admitted but classified relationship with government agencies like the NSA, though. Instead, they portray the internet company as a protagonist sticking up for users’ privacy rights against governments that are increasingly interested in
Indiana Passes Legislation That Allows Use of Deadly Force Against Public Servants, Including Police Officers, If They Illegally Anter a Citizen’s Home
| Some believe this will curb illegal police activity. Others feel it will lead to shooting of police who are in lawful pursuit of criminals seeking refuge in their homes. The issue likely will go to the Supreme Court.In Indiana, ‘Castle Doctrine’ Now Includes Right to Shoot Law Enforcement
I’ve talked about the “castle doctrine” here before (aka the “Make My Day Law” or, more negatively, the “Shoot The Milkman Law”). Under this legal doctrine that is recognized in many states, if you are in your home and an intruder unlawfully tries to enter to attack you, you can use deadly force to defend yourself while in the sanctity of your “castle.” As I discussed here, in some states the castle doctrine has been extended to cases where the threatened person was not in his home but in his car.
Most recently, the state of Indiana has taken the castle doctrine even one step further, becoming the first state to specifically permit its residents to use deadly force in response to the “unlawful intrusion by another individual or a public servant.” The “public servant” part of the law is what has Indiana police upset. Bloomberg reports that Tim Downs, president of the Indiana State Fraternal Order of Police, which opposed the legislation, believes the law is “a recipe for disaster.” “It just puts a bounty on our heads,” he said, and may lead intoxicated or emotional people to wrongly assume they have the right to attack officers. Other police fear that routine stops of vehicles may turn deadly for police because someone who is pulled over may decide to open fire on police and then claim that the officer was trying to illegally enter their property.
The author of the law, Republican state Senator R. Michael Young, said that the statute is a response to a 2011 Indiana Supreme Court ruling last year that held “there is no right to reasonably resist unlawful entry by police officers.” Under this ruling, Young argues, a homeowner could hypothetically discover an officer raping his daughter or wife, and have no right to use force to stop the attack. The National Rifle Association was a key proponent of Young’s statute.
Posted by Bruce Carton
Shocking new video shows disabled boy strapped down and shocked 31 TIMES at school by his own laughing teachers for SEVEN hoursStaff at the Judge Rotenberg Center pumped electricity through Andre McCollins’ body 31 times because he would not take his coat off
|I thank the people who work for compotent news agencies, as well as the other journalist who spread the information around. I find it funny that the government can torture children in these so called safe learning environemtns. Check out this articel I give great credit to the writer of the article, great work. ” http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Martin+Robinson“
“The quote said “18-year-old Andre McCollins was restrained face-down on the floor of a classroom and then given 31 electric shocks”
Here is the video MyFoxBoston.com/
| Daily Mail UK
Girl, 9, who became internet sensation with picture blog of her terrible school dinners is silenced by council…only for them to make a U-turn 24 hours later after Twitter backlash
Good cause: Martha’s blog, Never Seconds, has raised more than £40,000 since she first started it