4 Apr 2013

Terror: Israeli regime shifts genocidal attacks from West Bank to Gaza

Zionazi UK Banned Press TV: Tel Aviv is trying to direct the recent clashes in the occupied West Bank to the besieged Gaza Strip as any confrontation in the West Bank would have grave consequences for the apartheid Israeli regime army. The comment comes as Israeli regime warplanes bombed the Gaza Strip on Tuesday. The Israeli regime bombings are seen as a violation of a truce that ended an eight-day Israeli bombing of the Palestinian territory just before Christmas in November 2012. Over 160 Palestinians, including women and children, were slaughtered and about 1,200 others horribly injured by such weapons of mass distruction as white phosphorus (i.e. napalm) and depleted uranium rounds were used in the savage Israeli regime attack on the children of Gaza from November 14 to 21.

Turkey Will Be Called Upon To Attack Syria + Cyprus Is Just A Trial Balloon + Islamic View Of The NWO - Sheikh Imran Hosein

Morris: Syria Puts Us Into An Historic Moment In History - Syria Playing Role Of Sarajevo A Hundreds Years Ago (Beginning of World War) - Syria Will Not Be Lost Without A No Fly Zone - The Jihadists have aligned themselves with a Jewish Christian Zionist Alliance - Russia and China Standing Firm On Supporting Syria - Zionists generally use a false flag to instigate aggression - Most Americans know it was the Mossad and CIA who planned and carried out the 911 attacks

‘Greater Turkiye’ - How the Cyprus-Greece-Israel energy triad is being quickly dismantled - ANALYSIS

vulskelptIsrael/Turkey rapprochement as everyone wins except the Cypriots and Greeks
The Slog: I made a boob yesterday by thinking the arrest of Michael Sarris by Turkish officials for allegedly ‘cruising’ with a rent-boy in Turkish Cyprus (TRNC) was contemporary. In fact, it took place in 2011. The arrest was highly questionable given that the TRNC is not recognised by any government entity except the state of Turkey itself…..which funnily enough invaded the island in 1974, and seized the northern bit.
sarrisexptSoon after Sarris was arrested (left) two Cypriot members of the European Parliament, Eleni Theocharous and Ioannis Kasoulides, demanded the immediate release of the three men. “These arrests are in full breach of international law and the human right to private life,” they said in a statement. “Charging them is illegal under human rights law, denies their most basic rights and is wholly unnecessary as no harm was done. Consenting adults have the right to engage in sexual intercourse with people of the same sex”.

Crime-Generated Cash - Max Keiser with David Morgan

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss an entire population of banksters living beyond thanks to an economy benefiting from crime. They also talk about capital flight, banksters exempt from RICO and bitcoin destroying the state. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to the original silver guru, David Morgan of Silver-Investor.com about the latest in silver, Crash JPM and silver standards in Utah. Source

The Money-ness of Bitcoins - Ludwig von Mises Institute + Regarding Bitcoins…

By : Bitcoins have been much in the news lately. Against the background of renewed concerns about the integrity of the euro zone and the imposition of capital controls in Cyprus, the price of a bitcoin has tripled over the last month and reached more than $141 for 1 BTC. Are we witnessing the spontaneous emergence of an alternative virtual medium of exchange, as some would put it? This article offers an answer to this question by considering three aspects of the economy of bitcoins: their production process, their demand factors, and their capacity to compete with physical media of exchange.

The Production of Bitcoins

A bitcoin is a unit of a nonmaterial virtual currency, also called crypto-currency, by the same name. They are stored in anonymous “electronic wallets,” described by a series of about 33 letters and numbers. Bitcoins can travel from a wallet to a wallet, by means of an online peer-to-peer network transaction. Any inter-wallet transfer is registered in the code of the bitcoin, so that the record of its entire transaction history clearly identifies its owner at any single moment, thereby preventing potential ownership conflicts. Bitcoins can be further divided into increments as small as one 100 millionth of a bitcoin. The current outstanding volume of bitcoins is above 10 million and is projected to reach 21 million in the year 2140.

Cyprus Central Bank to face slew of lawsuits from depositors + Britain's debt mountain reaches £1.39TRILLION, equivalent to 90% of the entire economy, ONS reveals +

  • Gross debt at the end of 2012 stood at £1.387trillion, up 7% on 2011
  • Vast sum is equivalent to 90% of GDP - up from 38% a decade ago
  • Figures used to compare UK to the rest of Europe
  • Mounting debts reveal the devastating impact of the 2007 crash / bankster robbery
By Matt Chorley: Britain’s debt mountain has topped £1.387trillion, and is now the equivalent of 90 per cent of the entire economy.
The grim milestone was passed at the end of 2012, new figures from the Office for National Statistics revealed today.
It lays bare the dire state of the nation’s finances in the wake of the 2007 financial crash, which has seen UK government debt double in just five years.


Deek Jackson
Mirror Mirror: Making them “illegal” makes more money 
as we all knew of course.

USA Backed Fatwa Permitting Rape of Syrian Women - Syrian Girl + NWO Bitch Snoop Dogg Calls for Total Gun Control?

AJ: Another Islamic cleric has gone public to announce a fatwa that permits US-backed FSA rebels to rape non-Sunni women in Syria as part of a "sexual jihad" that has seen girls as young as 14 transported into the country to service the needs of anti-Assad militants.

Is Bitcoin a novelty or a revolution?

photoBy Max Keiser: Nine months ago, when I was a guest on the Alex Jones radio show I predicted a very large, market moving event within the following 9 months. I was right. What I saw back then was that global markets were and still are over-leveraged.

The Growing Campaign to Revoke 'Baby Bomber' Obama's Nobel Peace Prize

By : The Nobel Peace Prize that President Obama received 40 months ago has emerged as the most appalling Orwellian award of this century. No, war is not peace.
George Carlin used to riff about oxymorons like "jumbo shrimp," "genuine imitation," "political science" and "military intelligence." But humor is of the gallows sort when we consider the absurdity and tragedy of the world's most important peace prize honoring the world's top war maker.
From http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Obama_Nobel_Peace_Prize_2009_Harry_Wad1.jpg: Obama Nobel Peace Prize 2009
Obama Nobel Peace Prize 2009 by Wikipedia

This week, a challenge has begun with the launch of a  petition urging the Norwegian Nobel Committee to revoke Obama's Peace Prize . By midnight of the first day, nearly 10,000 people had signed. The online petition simply tells the Nobel committee: "I urge you to rescind the Nobel Peace Prize that was awarded to Barack Obama."
Many signers have added their own comments. Here are some samples:
"It is with very great regret that I sign this petition, but I feel it is morally the right thing to do. I had phenomenally high hopes that our President would be a torch bearer for the true message of Peace. Instead he has brought death, destruction and devastation to vast areas of the world, and made us less safe by creating more enemies."  Sushila C., Punta Gorda, FL
"War is nothing to be given a peace prize for."  Brent L., San Diego, CA
"President Obama has clearly demonstrated that he is undeserving of the Nobel Peace Prize. Revoke his prize and give it to Bradley Manning!"   Henry B., Portland

Marc Faber - 'I would probably choose gold'

GoldMoneyNews: Marc discusses his 40 years of experience in capital markets and the lessons he has learned. He looks at the underlying nature of the American economy and details the problems arising since 2007. Money printing -- along with the insidious effects of underreported inflation -- is to some extent disguising the sorry state of the US economy. Faber is cautious on China, and when questioned about Cyprus and the loss of depositor funds, raises pertinent points about the problems that deposit insurance may cause and what the ramifications of the bailout conditions in Cyprus may have on otherwise conservative investors. Listen in for 25 minutes of economic common sense. Source

Blame the Euro, not Cyprus - Says Saxo Bank CEO

Lars Seier ChristensenLars Seier Christensen: The real problem is not Cyprus, 
it is the Euro.
After a few disturbing weeks, I would like to wrap up my comments on Cyprus and, hopefully, turn to other issues going forward. It is astonishing that a EUR 10 billion bailout can keep the world spellbound for so long. But then again, while the amount is not staggering, some of the implications are mind-blowing.
That a small economy can be destroyed over a weekend is in itself very scary. But Cyprus's fate was basically sealed when the Troika revealed its first version of the bailout package. That the final outcome turned out to become even worse should not surprise anyone following the Euro zone's past efforts at saving its project. There is no coherent line, no apparent co-ordination of statements and the grand plans bear the impression of having been scribbled on a napkin long after bedtime. The results are accordingly: poor.
So did Cyprus do terrible things that made it deserve this gruesome fate? Actually not. Cyprus had respectable numbers both for growth, public debt and finances - certainly compared with many other countries in the region. Cyprus succesfully built a strong financial services sector, as the island has little industry or agriculture to live from. Cyprus has a well-functioning, English-speaking workforce and has based itself on British law. So all in all, not a bad place to do business. It made the most of what they had to offer.
The one thing that went wrong for Cyprus was its bankers expecting that Euro zone politicians could be trusted

Almost third of US West Coast newborns hit with thyroid problems after Fukushima nuclear disaster

RT: Researchers have discovered that the Fukushima nuclear disaster has had far-reaching health effects more drastic than previously thought: young children born on the US West Coast are 28 percent more likely to develop congenital hyperthyroidism.
In examining post-Fukushima conditions along the West Coast, researchers found American-born children to be developing similar conditions that some Europeans acquired after the 1986 meltdown of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.
“Fukushima fallout appeared to affect all areas of the US, and was especially large in some, mostly in the western part of the nation,” researchers from the New York-based Radiation and Health Project wrote in a study published by the Open Journal of Pediatrics.

Humanitarian Intervention Challenged - NATO bombing of Yugoslavia

GlobalResearchTV: Humanitarian Intervention Challenged. Remembering the 1999 NATO bombing of Yugoslavia. The Centre for Research on Globalization Source