2 Aug 2012

Capital Punishment for Crimes Against Capital - Max Keiser with Birgitta Jonsdottir

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss crimes against capital, financial blockades and hoax Op-eds. They also suggest that Boris Johnson may be the illegitimate step nephew of Louis XV and how all your financial opinions come from a warped fortune cookie written by some guy that just dropped massive tabs of acid. And they discuss this while minding their Second Amendment right to bear a shoulder launch missile. In the second half, Max interviews Birgitta Jonsdottir about the need to form Pirate Parties around the world to protect privacy, democracy and stop financial blockades of certain groups for their beliefs and campaigns. Source

In Gold, Silver, Diamonds, & Stock Markets, Controlling Perception is the Banker Weapon Du Jour - JS Kim

When it comes to building wealth, muddying the difference between perception and reality is the key manipulation tool that banksters use to goad people into wrong choices. For example, when European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi vowed to save the Euro from collapse last week, and people all over the world foolishly believed him, all the European stock markets along with US stock markets rallied quit significantly for a few days on this proclamation. Even though there is nothing Draghi can do to prevent the reality of the Euro’s continued painful demise, and even Draghi himself likely knows this, Draghi’s prominence allows him to temporarily alter the public’s perception of reality and thus, cause a stunning, albeit a very-likely short-lived stock market rally. Likewise, the Western banking cartel that knows soaring gold and silver prices will usher in a quicker funeral for the Euro and the USD also tried valiantly and quite successfully to create the perception, for the greater part of this summer, that gold was going to collapse to the $1,200 level and that silver was going to collapse to the $20 level or lower by creating massive volatility in their bogus gold and silver paper futures markets, though this perception greatly differed from the reality of tightening global physical PM supplies and increasing global physical PM demand (for investment purposes). Banksters have always resorted to manipulating perception regarding capital markets versus actually changing the reality of capital markets to successfully defraud the people, as they have learned that they can control our behavior simply by controlling our perception. Thus, there is no need to solve a problem. By pretending to solve a problem, banksters can create a short-term rise in assets that should be collapsing. Similarly, when crashing gold and silver fails due to the Chinese backstop, banksters discovered that they can prevent people from buying physical PMs by simply creating a perception that gold and silver are going to crash by increasing volatility.

Aleppo Today - Mr Aleppo

Morris: It is now rare to get through to Aleppo! The Army also has its eye on Turkey!

The Emperor Draghi and The Sound of Mooching - WilliamBanzai7

We Should All Love Fed Transparency - azizonomics

Aziz: Ron Paul’s signature Audit the Fed legislation finally passed the House; on July 25, the House bill was passed 327 to 98. But the chances of a comprehensive audit of monetary policy — including the specifics of the 2008 bailouts — remain distant.
Why? Well, the Fed doesn’t seem to want the sunshine. Critics including the current Fed regime claim that monetary policy transparency would politicise the Fed and compromise its independence, and allow public sentiment to interfere with what they believe should be a process left to experts dispassionately interpreting the economic data. Although the St. Louis Fed makes economic data widely available, monetary policy is determined behind closed doors, and transactions are carried out in secret.
We fully accept the need for transparency and accountability, but it is a well-established fact that an independent central bank will provide better outcomes.
Ron Paul:
When the Fed talks about independence, what they’re really talking about is secrecy. What the GAO cannot audit is monetary policy. It would not be able to look at agreements and operations with foreign central banks, and governments, and other banks, transactions made under the direction of the FOMC [Federal Open Market Committee], and discussions or communications between the board and the Federal Reserve system relating to all those items. And why this is important is because of what happened 4 years ago. It’s estimated that the amount of money that went in and out of the Fed overseas is $15 trillion. How did we get into this situation where Congress has nothing to say about bailing out all these banks?
What I am struggling to understand is why the Fed is so keen to not disclose the inner workings of monetary policy even in retrospect. How can we judge the success of monetary policy operations without the raw facts? How can we have an informed debate about what the Fed does unless we know exactly what the Fed does?

Anaheim solidarity marches, Frack Attack protests 'No Justice, No Peace!"

Reports on Anaheim solidarity marches across the US, Frack attack rallies in DC, Stand Up Chicago and raise the minimum wage rallies and the Obama fundraiser in portland as well as the AIdS awareness rallies in DC. Source

The Jewish Hoax - Michael Hoffman

Michael Hoffman questions the legitimacy of anyone's claim of being a Jew. Source

Federal court calls for TSA to explain defiance of naked body scanner order

By Madison Ruppert: On August 1, 2012 a federal appeals court ordered the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to clarify why they have yet to comply with a now year-old court decision mandating public hearings on the use of the so-called naked body scanners in airports across the nation.
These hearings were supposed to address the rules and regulations pertaining to the use of these scanners, which have been linked to significant health risks, place quite considerable costs on the taxpayer and most importantly don’t even work as they are supposed to.
Indeed, earlier this year a blogger exposed how easy it is to bypass these scanners while in 2010 an Israeli security expert said, “I don’t know why everybody is running to buy these expensive and useless machines. I can overcome the body scanners with enough explosives to bring down a Boeing 747.”

Israeli-Palestinian conflict on NY billboards

The signs don't exactly jump out at you -- they're not big and splashy like many American print advertisements. They make their point in clear -- simple terms -- however -- using a series of maps to detail the loss of Palestinian lands to Israel over the past seventy years -- and the millions of resultant refugees. The campaign's sponsor says he simply wants to educate people with facts. Source

Max Keiser: Cancer is How They Will Take It All

Alex talks with former Wall Street stockbroker and filmmaker Max Keiser about the continuing implosion of the economy as the euro crisis plagues global economies, cuts factory and productive output, stimulates endemic joblessness, and the Federal Reserve warns the economy may be stuck in permanent slow growth. Source

Message to the Voting Cattle - Larken Rose

By This video is a US-version of the video "Nachricht an das Stimmvieh", produced by FreiwilligFrei.de, a german group of bloggers and activists. http://www.freiwilligfrei.info/ focuses on voluntarism and the philosophy of freedom.

The „rulers" actually don't matter. They are vastly outnumbered by the people like you and me. The problem is those who legitimate the "rulers" with their votes, remaining silent when the "rulers" commit evils in their names.

Most of them do not feel bad about that. Many of them even cheer and applaude to their "rulers" and they defend the crimes they commit.

Berkshire Bank sues LIBOR Banks for fraud

In what could be the tip of a very large legal spear, a small NY bank has launched a federal lawsuit against the larger banks that comprise LIBOR - which stands for London inter bank offered rate. Source