Wednesday, August 22, 2012

"The Conspiracy to Feminize Males and Masculinize Females" - Curtis Duncan

By : Dr. (a pseudonym) Curtis Duncan is a one of world's most knowledgeable holistic health and weight loss experts and researchers and a master Emotional Freedom Technique practitioner. Curtis has been spent over 10 years independently researching holistic health and is one of the world's most knowledgeable health experts.

George Orwell is 'too Left-wing’ for a statue, BBC tells Joan Bakewell

When the George Orwell Memorial Trust proposed a statue of the writer for outside the BBC’s new headquarters it expected an enthusiastic response.

By Anita Singh: However, not everyone appeared enamoured of the plan.
According to Baroness Bakewell, who is backing the campaign, Mark Thompson, the Corporation’s outgoing director general, said the statue could not be erected on BBC premises because Orwell was “too Left-wing”.
Orwell worked as a BBC journalist, producing radio programmes at Broadcasting House during the Second World War before leaving to publish Animal Farm and Nineteen Eighty-Four.
Mr Thompson’s remark will surprise critics of the BBC, who have long accused the corporation of liberal bias.
Lady Bakewell said the exchange took place earlier this year. 
“I met Mark Thompson at a BBC reception and mentioned the project. He said, 'Oh no, Joan, we can’t possibly. It’s far too Left-wing an idea’,” she said.
Writing in today's Daily Telegraph, Lady Bakewell said the BBC should “honour the greatest British journalist of his day” with a statue in the piazza outside the new Broadcasting House in Oxford Circus, central London.
A number of serving BBC journalists, including Andrew Marr and James Naughtie, have helped to raise more than £60,000 for it to be made.

No Sex: Immaculate Conception Possible Says UK Doctor


Uprising: Fascist US police are also racist against blacks

An NYT survey shows the majority of New Yorkers believes the New York Police Department (NYPD) discriminates against blacks and have criticized the city's controversial stop-and-frisk policy.

The survey, released by the New York Times on Tuesday, found that 64 percent of New Yorkers confirm the existence of the discriminatory trend.

A significant majority of the black respondents said that the government's notorious stop-and-frisk tactic harasses innocent people.

Gerald Celente - The Fate Of The World, Money & Gold

Today top trends forecaster, Gerald Celente, told King World News, “... without Germany there is no euro.”  He also warned that Finland and other countries are making alternative plans, “... in case the euro collapses.”  Celente, who is the founder of Trends Research, and the man many consider to be the top trends forecaster in the world, also said this is why “... my money is in gold.” Source/KWN audio interview

'Ecuador ready to go to Hague over Assange asylum' - FM Patino

Ecuador is prepared to go as far as the International Court of Justice in The Hague, to defend its sovereign decision to grant asylum to Julian Assange. Speaking exclusively to RT's Spanish channel, the country's Foreign Minister said they're standing up to London and Washington to protect freedom of speech and the right to personal integrity. Source

Greek Great Depression: 'Everybody going down into black hole' - Yanis Varoufakis + Greece pleads for 'room to breathe' - Szu Ping Chan

Greece is asking for more breathing space to implement financial reforms and spending cuts, which have sparked years of widespread protests. The Prime Minister has to convince the Eurozone top brass later this week that he's done enough to receive the next bailout installment. It's worth 31-and-a-half-billion Euros, without which Greece will default and potentially exit the currency union. The PM's expected to ask for two more years to get reforms in place. Economist Yanis Varoufakis says getting the delay will do more harm than good. Source
Szu Ping Chan: German Chancellor and Eurogroup president insist that no decisions will be taken on Greece until October, once a team of EU debt inspectors complete a review of the country's progress on existing targets. Mr Samaras said that while Greece did not require a third bail-out and would "fulfill all requirements" by international lenders, it needed more time to implement austerity measures. Source - live debt crisis -The Telegraph

West vs East Banker Pay Comparison: JPM's Jamie Dimon: $23,000,000; ICBC's Jiang Jianqing: $308,000

Tyler Durden's picture Everyone knows that China is different than the US, but one area in which little is known about just how vast the difference is, is banker pay. Which is why the following comparison may come as a surprise. According to Bloomberg, the difference between pay for Jamie Dimon, head of the US' largest bank JPM, and Jiang Jianqing, head of ICBC - the world's most profitable bank, is simply stunning. Last year, Jamie - the head of the bank ensnared in everything from Liborgate, to the London whale fiasco, to MF Global client fund "confiscation", got paid $23 million. His Chinese counterpart? A tiny $308,000. This translated into $1.21 million for every $1 billion in profit for the JP Morganite, and $9,400 for the same profit for the ICBC head: a nearly 130x differential! Perhaps it is time shareholders of US financial companies demanded the same kinds of pay-for-performance metrics as those already in place in China.

Blog Talk Radio Host 'Kidnapped' by Thought Police

If you are an outspoken Christian in America, you need to be concerned. If you are an outspoken Christian in America who happens to be a gun owner, you need to be very concerned. And if you are a Christian gun owner who disagrees with the Progressive anti-Christian agenda in America and have a platform to inform others, you better believe that you are under intense scrutiny. Sound like paranoid propaganda? Read on.

Gagged on Torture: Gitmo lawyers silenced ahead of 9/11 hearings


Attorneys for inmates at Guantanamo Bay say they've been banned from bringing up the subject of torture in court. They also claim that a number of other legal restrictions are stopping them from building a proper defence in cases that could result in the death penalty. Source

The shakedown of the Standard Chartered and unallocated versus allocated gold and silver bullion - Max Keiser with Ned Naylor-Leyland


Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss new developments in the shakedown of the Standard Chartered Bank – the City is firing while the Street is hiring. Max and Stacy look at some of the city’s help wanted ads, and examine the unusually small head of JP Morgan’s chief executive. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to Ned Naylor-Leyland of Cheviot Asset Management about unallocated versus allocated gold and silver bullion, and how permanent backwardation could be an omen of a total meltdown in the precious metals market.

The Death of Jobs - Nicholas Bucheleres

A few weeks ago PIMCO's founder and co-CIO Bill Gross penned a piece on "the death of the cult of equities."  It doesn't take a financial wizard to figure out the validity of his statement--I wrote a paper earlier this summer on the Fed's long-term malevolent effects on markets--but it is nice to hear someone with clout actually come out and speak the truth.  The Old Wall St. likes information from the "experts" for some reason.  How else does Jim Cramer have a job?

The S&P over 20 years: Empirical evidence that Old Wall St.'s "buy and hold" strategy died in 1999.


The sit-back-and-relax "buy and hold" strategy that unqualified portfolio managers banked on for so many years has indeed perished in this highly leveraged, central banking dominated environment.  There is also an interesting coincidence between the departure from the old-school investing strategy, and the corporate consumer-engineering that began in 1999,  as highlighted in my last article

There is something, though, that is more troubling for the US economy, and specifically middle-class laborers: Robotics.