Saturday, March 24, 2012

Arrest Cruddas Cameron and Osborne - "They are burning down our society!"

So Says 'The Artist Taxi Driver'

Soaring Oil price & weakening US economy - On the Edge with Max Keiser and Chris Cook

Max interviews Chris Cook; a former oil market regulator. Chris Cook is an independent energy analyst and a former oil regulator who has the latest on energy markets. He talks about the soaring oil prices and its impacts on the weakening US economy.

He argues that the US market is in a free fall and the US has piled debt on debt. He also comments on the role of investment banks like JP Morgan and Goldman Sacks, and the military threats against Iran on the oil price. Source

Zimbabwe 'sperm hunters' picking up male travellers


Gangs of women in Zimbabwe have been picking up male travellers to have sexual intercourse and harvest their sperm, according to reports.
Sisters Sophie Nhokwara (26), Netsai Nho...Sisters Sophie Nhokwara (26), Netsai Nhokwara (24) and Rosemary Chakwizira (28) leave Harare Magistrates court on November 29, 2011 after  a pre-trial hearing for attacking male hitchhikers to collect semen for rituals.  The women allegedly used different cars to pick up 14 other men and forced themselves on them. They were arrested early in October when they were involved in a car accident, and police found 31 used condoms in the boot of their car.
Sisters Sophie Nhokwara (26), Netsai Nho...Sisters Sophie Nhokwara (26), Netsai Nhokwara (24) and Rosemary Chakwizira (28) leave Harare Magistrates court on November 29, 2011 after a pre-trial hearing for attacking male hitchhikers to collect semen for rituals. The women allegedly used different cars to pick up 14 other men and forced themselves on them. They were arrested early in October when they were involved in a car accident, and police found 31 used condoms in the boot of their car.

Selective Amnesia for Brokers & Murderers - Max Keiser and Lars Schall

Irish stoicism and social ostracism, boycotts and ponzis and the banking practices of Chuckie. In the second half of the show Max talks to independent journalist, Lars Schall, about his recently published investigation into insider trading around the 9-11 terrorist attack as well as his pursuit of Germany's elusive gold reserves. Source

Tomorrow March 25th, Germany Votes Pirate Again

The state of Saarland in Germany got an unexpected re-election in 2012, which takes place tomorrow, the 25th of March. The German Piratenpartei needs five percent to enter another state parliament, and will get them, according to polls. This is enormously significant for the pirate party movement, for several reasons.


First and most obviously, it shows that Sweden’s and Berlin’s successes in elections can be controllably repeatedthat we have learned how to change the policymaking game in favor of the net generation and that we have moved from a trial-and-error game to applying accumulated experience in a much more predictable fashion today than when we started out on brittle sails.

Looking for Answers? One Chart Says It All - Mike Maloney


The chart below says it all. The history of market reaction to the printer is cyclical. A pattern of market players, ready to sell, ready to lock in the momentous nominal gains (like Goldman), just prior to the end of printing. 
"You see the cycle, now front run the masses. All you have to do is buy bullion and enjoy the front row seat to the greatest wealth transfer in history" says Mike Maloney

While Bernanke goes to College, does it look like Corzine may finally be headed to Jail?

Bernanke spoke at the opening of a Fed conference in Washington with other central bankers, rounding out a week where he gave two lectures in his college class, the first ever taught by a sitting Fed chairman...live streamed for everyone to see. Now, you could call it a class or you could call it indoctrination, an attempt to rewrite history, or a PR offensive in the face of Fed criticism.

Fascist Brazilians Lojack Schoolchildren - 20,000 forced to wear tracking chips

Those who worry about technology eroding human rights have long predicted that it’s only a matter of time until a person’s every movement is tracked by the authorities. Now that time has come – with 20,000 Brazilian schoolchildren being chipped.”


Children up to the age of 14 have had electronic chips implanted into their uniforms in the north-eastern city of Vitoria da Conquista.