6 May 2013

US Talk Show Host Calls For Armed March on D.C.

AJ: The above video is Adam Kokesh's first media appearance on the Alex Jones radio and TV show since he announced his armed march on D.C. Adam expanded on his publicly announced plan to lead an armed formation of 2nd Amendment Rights activists from Virginia's Arlington National Cemetery to the White House and back. He told Alex Jones that this is an armed revolt and an overthrow of the illegitimate government but he agreed with Alex that what he means by that is it is a symbolic overthrow of their violation of the civil rights of American gun owners.

Stefan Molyneux of Freedomain Radio Talks in New York

Stefan Molyneux: Stefan Molyneux, host of Freedomain Radio, takes audience questions at the event Anarchy in the NYC! Source

Meet “The Liberator”: The World’s First Fully 3D-Printed Firearm

By Michael Krieger: 3D-printing, like decentralized crypto currencies, have the potential to change the world in which we live in extraordinary ways. Ways that are almost inconceivable at this point given we are so early in the game.  More than anything else, these technologies can empower the individual like never before, and I think that is generally a very good thing.
I first covered the impact of 3D-printing on the firearms industry in January in my post 3D-Printing Meets the 2nd Amendment, where I discussed Defense Distributed’s success in printing magazines for semi-automatic weapons.  At the time, their next major goal was to print a fully functioning firearm. They have now done just that.  From Forbes:
Eight months ago, Cody Wilson set out to create the world’s first entirely 3D-printable handgun.
Now he has.
Early next week, Wilson, a 25-year University of Texas law student and founder of the non-profit group Defense Distributed, plans to release the 3D-printable CAD files for a gun he calls “the Liberator,” pictured in its initial form above.

China’s Elite Uses Air Purification Systems And Giant Domes To Retreat From Toxic Urban Air

By : BEIJING - The boy’s chronic cough and stuffy nose began last year at the age of 3. His symptoms worsened this winter, when smog across northern China surged to record levels. Now he needs his sinuses cleared every night with saltwater piped through a machine’s tubes. 

The boy’s mother, Zhang Zixuan, said she almost never lets him go outside, and when she does she usually makes him wear a face mask. The difference between Britain, where she once studied, and China is “heaven and hell,” she said.
Levels of deadly pollutants up to 40 times the recommended exposure limit in Beijing and other cities have struck fear into parents and led them to take steps that are radically altering the nature of urban life for their children.
Parents are confining sons and daughters to their homes, even if it means keeping them away from friends. Schools are canceling outdoor activities and field trips. Parents with means are choosing schools based on air-filtration systems, and some international schools have built gigantic, futuristic-looking domes over sports fields to ensure healthy breathing.

Pompous Pilot and the Template of Doom

Passion Play dumped for Powerplay in new EU drama

The Slog: And Jesus went into the Template of Gargoyles, and cast out all them that sold Greece and bought Cyprus in the Template, and overthrew the tables of the gamechangers, and the seats of them that stole deposits, and said unto them, “It is written, My house shall be called the house of prayer; but ye have made it a den of thieves.”
And the Pharisee Schäuberg said unto the Lord, “This money belongs to the Template as prescribed by the Profit Jeremiah Dijsselbloem, so whyfore hast thou done this, Schweinhund?”
So Jesus asked the Pharisee, “And who are the Gods worshipped in this Template?” And the Pharisee replied, “Supermario and Angela”.
And Jesus answering said unto him, “Then render to Supermario the things that are Cypriot, and to Angela all that is Greek. But watch out for the grassy knoll in Italy.”

"The hen pretending to be in charge of the fox house" Still Report - Philly Fed Intro

bstill3: A Fed official gave the "Welcome" remarks at the Global Interdependence Center's meeting at the Philadelphia Fed on April 17. Bill Still dissects his remarks to illustrate how these guys can have it so wrong. Source

German euro founder calls for 'catastrophic' currency to be broken up

Oskar Lafontaine, the German finance minister who launched the euro, has called for a break-up of the single currency to let southern Europe recover, warning that the current course is Mr Lafontaine said on the parliamentary website of Germany's Left Party that Chancellor Angela Merkel will "awake from her self-righteous slumber" once the countries in trouble unite to force a change in crisis policy at Germany's expense.
Ambrose Evans-PritchardBy Ambrose Evans-Pritchard: "The economic situation is worsening from month to month, and unemployment has reached a level that puts democratic structures ever more in doubt," he said.
"The Germans have not yet realised that southern Europe, including France, will be forced by their current misery to fight back against German hegemony sooner or later," he said, blaming much of the crisis on Germany's wage squeeze to gain export share.
Mr Lafontaine said on the parliamentary website of Germany's Left Party that Chancellor Angela Merkel will "awake from her self-righteous slumber" once the countries in trouble unite to force a change in crisis policy at Germany's expense.

Israel Strikes Syria - Alex Jones +

AJ: Alex covers the outrageous Israeli regime strike on Syria, and the total Twilight Zone-like bizarreness of Syria being unable to retaliate or defend itself due to the dilemma that any form of reprisal would likely give a green light for a full scale military assault by the US and Israel.

UK: Democracy Is Hypocrisy + **man living in toilet dead, democracy special** BBC Sucks O Cocks News

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Federal Reserve Blows More Bubbles

Ron Paul: Last week at its regular policy-setting meeting, the Federal Reserve announced it would double down on the policies that have failed to produce anything but a stagnant economy. It was a disappointing, but not surprising, move.
The Fed affirmed that it is prepared to increase its monthly purchases of Treasuries and mortgage-backed securities if things don’t start looking up. But actually the Fed has already been buying more than the announced $85 billion per month. Between February and March, the Fed’s securities holdings increased $95 billion. From March to April, they increased $100 billion. In all, the Fed has pumped more than a half trillion dollars into the economy since announcing its latest round of “quantitative easing” (QE3) in September 2012.
Although many were up in arms when the Fed said it would buy $600 billion in government debt outright for the previous round, QE2, all seems quiet about the magnitude of QE3 because it doesn’t come with huge up-front total price tag. But by year’s end the Fed’s balance sheet could hit $4 trillion.
With no recovery in sight, where’s all this money going? It is creating bubbles. Bubbles in the housing sector, the stock market, and government debt.

BBC spin 'documentary series' aka bankster ponzi cover story - FT colludes

By Martin Hoyle - FT: The old horror of “talking heads” once prevalent among television directors was always irrational. It depends on what the head has to say. A wide range of experts, insiders and commentators make Bankers, BBC2’s three-part weekly series starting on Wednesday May 8, particularly riveting. The trilogy explores the banking industry’s fall from grace (aka theft) in public opinion and loss of public trust, with stylish direction and striking visual fixes, inventively varied shots of the City or New York, that even include, I swear, a clip of Hitchcock’s The Birds. (aka Sheeple mesmerisation techniques)
The first instalment, Fixing the System, (Q. How do you fix a ponzi scheme) centres on how modern banking has faced its innate paradox. As defined by the FT’s Gillian Tett, in Britain especially banks get the worst of both worlds: the public (confused sheeple) wants them to make money but public and politicians are horrified when they take risks. The glamorous figure of American bankster Bob Diamond, his rise and fall as head of Barclays, emerges as a tragic sacrifice (!)

Chump Changer: From Problem Child to Fall Girl?

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/55/Creature_from_the_Black_Lagoon_poster.jpg/396px-Creature_from_the_Black_Lagoon_poster.jpgTrade With Dave: Emerging from the bathwater, all appearances are the creature is looking to make a swap… by default
When the New York Times refers to America’s biggest bank, JP Morgan Chase, as a “problem child” it gets Dave’s attention. Sure it may be the spawn of the Creature from Jekyll Island, but childlike?… JP Morgan?  Have you seen that bank?
Ever since Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission made its way through the Supreme Court we have all witnessed corporations proclaimed in your best Doctor Frankenstein voice as “It’s alive!”  What was once merely a piece of state chartered paper designed to limit liability has “creatured” into being fully human with all the rights and privileges of a U. S. Citizen.  Corporations conveniently lacked that one key motivator of moral hazard avoidance known as spending punitive years behind bars for their wrongdoings.  Instead, they merely paid financial fines.  We’ve all watched Too Big To Fail play out on the big screen as the crony engineered gravy train carrying the rule of law has gone right over a cliff while defying economic gravity for the moment and experiencing its own Wile E. Coyote suspended animation (cough, Dow 15,000).