1 Jun 2012

Leveson inquiry: British media & political class. GG with Great British Hero Lawley-Wakelin - Comment

Tony Blair arrived at the Royal Courts of Justice with a wave, but there were protests going on outside. Tony Blair's testimony at the Leveson inquiry was as measured and considered as ever. David Lawley-Wakelin, a documentary film-maker, who managed to get past security-coded doors to access the judges' corridor leading to courtroom 73 on May 28, pointed to the 59-year-old ex-Labour leader and shouted, "This man is a war criminal."

WHITE HOUSE INSIDER: Obama In Serious Trouble – And That Makes The Baby Bomber Very Dangerous

He owes them for everything.  Everything he’s got – they gave to him.  Everything.  The guy’s Manchurian to the shoes on his feet.” -WHI
Note:  For the past two years we have been receiving information from a longtime Democratic Party operative who has worked at the highest levels of American politics -including direct access to presidential administrations.  Once closely allied to the Clinton machine, and then later playing a significant role in helping to elect Barack Obama in 2008, this individual came to realize just how inept and dangerous was the then-newly elected President Obama and his circle of closest advisers, namely Valerie Jarrett.  Since that time this insider has time and again shared information that has later proven accurate, including rampant White House infighting, re-election strategies, Obama’s strained relationship with Democrats in Congress and the U.S. military, and more personal details specific to Barack Obama the man – a figure who suffers from emotional extremes including depression and who spends far more time in his second floor White House study than he does working in the Oval Office as President of the United States.
Here now is Part One of our most recent face to face interview with White House Insider…

Obama Ordered The "Code Stux"

When Iran's nuclear facilities were publicly crippled in 2011 by what then was considered a revolutionary computer virus which destroys physical equipment, many immediately assumed the virus originated in Israel for obvious reasons. They were wrong. In what can be described as the first presidentially-mandated and condoned act of cyberwarfare, one circumventing the War Powers Act of course, the NYT informs us that the order to physically impair Iranian sovereignty came from none other than the Nobel Peace prize winning president: Barack Obama 'The Bomber'.

WeAreChange Proves Tony Blair Lied To Parliament About Bilderberg? - Lord Jacob Rothschild Confronted

Occupy Bilderberg 2012: attendance list, pictures and more

Meeting of the 0.01%
Chantilly, Virginia, USA
31 May-3 June 2012

Americans beg Obama: Please, don't kill US with drones - US Governor cites warzone drone success, says domestic use would be “great”

Grace Bedell thought it could clinch the election when she suggested to Abraham Lincoln that he grow a beard. Now a century and a half later, Americans are asking their president to consider an updated proposal: Mr. Obama, please don’t kill us.
Unlike the correspondence from 1860 that was signed off by a single person — an 11-year-old girl from upstate New York — over 1,000 Americans have already added their name to a petition posted on the Internet this week. Their plea may sound silly at first glance, but it’s authors appear to be anything other than serious about it: after a Tuesday morning article in the New York Times revealed US President Barack Obama’s authority to add and remove names from a roster of alleged enemies of the state to be executed without due process, 1,679 Americans have already asked that they be placed on a “do not kill” list.

Marni Soupcoff: Forget adopting the loonie. Iceland should move straight to gold

The Icelandic economists suggesting that their country should adopt Canada’s currency are paying this country a well-deserved compliment: Canada has weathered the global economic storm admirably – better than any other country in the world, really.
But when Icelanders begin thinking about dumping the krona, perhaps they could get even more creative than adopting the loonie – perhaps they could move instead to linking their currency to gold.
What might sound like a silly joke, a bad punch line to a “So Ron Paul walks in a Reykjavik bar…” setup, could make a degree of sense given that Iceland has little to lose, and the small country has already shown itself willing to adopt libertarian-like market-oriented economic measures to try to pull itself out of debt and recession.
Consider: In recent years, Iceland has both adopted a flat-rate individual income tax and aggressively cut its corporate tax rate. (It could very well have a few things to teach us in this regard.)
Icelanders are sick of dramatic currency fluctuations, so having a fixed asset as their currency’s base would make sense since it would offer the nation much sought-after economic stability.

Dirivatives Apocalypse - Bilderburg Soup - IMF Warning - Bath Salts Zombie +

Everything Burns

"The End Game: 2012 And 2013 Will Usher In The End" - The Scariest Presentation Ever?

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If Raoul Pal was some doomsday spouting windbag, writing in all caps, arbitrarily pasting together disparate charts to create 200 page slideshows, it would be easy to ignore him. He isn't. The founder of Global Macro Investor "previously co-managed the GLG Global Macro Fund in London for GLG Partners, one of the largest hedge fund groups in the world. Raoul came to GLG from Goldman Sachs where he co-managed the hedge fund sales business in Equities and Equity Derivatives in Europe... Raoul Pal retired from managing client money in 2004 at the age of 36 and now lives on the Valencian coast of Spain, from where he writes." It is his writing we are concerned about, and specifically his latest presentation, which is, for lack of a better word, the most disturbing and scary forecast of the future of the world we have ever seen....
And we see a lot of those.
Consider this:
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Mike Shedlock on the Spexit, the Grexit and Running for the Eurozone Exit!!

A slew of bad news out of Europe, as Irish voters today attempt to exercise their sovereignty and cast their ballots in a referendum on Europe's fiscal consolidation treaty. Meanwhile, European central banker Mario Draghi made it clear he's fed up with national sovereignty. The ECB says europe needs new tools to fight bank runs and Draghi says the lesson from Spain's Bankia was that the supervision of eurozone banks should rest with a central authority, not national regulators. Isn't that what we have in the US now with the Federal Reserve? How's that working out?