16 Jul 2013

Beware the man on the white horse… aka nobel peace prize winner Obama "Drone-Bama The Baby Bomber"

Golden DawnBy : Lisbon, Portgual - As far back as ancient times, whenever civilizations fell into great crisis, people in desperation have almost invariably turned to a single individual who promised them better times.
Both the Greeks and Romans often conveyed dictatorial powers to someone in whom they entrusted people’s security and livelihood. Typically this was a battle-hardened general who could lead a city’s defenses and beat off an invading horde.
Of course, history is full of examples of men who did not give up power willingly once the crisis passed.
The ancient historian Herodotus lists as many as fifty ‘tyrants’ in his writings, a word that has its origins in ancient Greek despotic rulers.
For thousands of years, ambitious men have always taken advantage of crisis, social turmoil, and economic downturns to solidify their positions and take control… often creating even more destruction in their wake.

GlaxoSmithKline Drugs Cartel: Big Pharma’s Lurid Tactics Under Fire In China – And In The US

By Wolf Richter: At first it was just GlaxoSmithKline, the multinational mega drugmaker and dealer headquartered in the UK, that has been on the hot seat in China for a month. Four of its Chinese executives were arrested: operations manager Liang Hong, human resources director Zhang Guowei, legal affairs director Zhao Hongyan, and business development manager Huang Hong. GSK’s general manager in China, a Brit named Mark Reilly, absconded to London in June.
The company paid bribes, including “sexual bribes,” to “government officials, medical associations, hospitals and doctors,” by using travel agencies as conduit,

The Great Gold Eastward Migration - Max Keiser with Jan Skoyles

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the market creatures with no apparent instinct for survival as they walk toward the frothy market despite all the signs of a debt tsunami about to hit. They also discuss when Goldman Shrugged after Thomson Reuters data was no longer available to high speed frontrunners. In the second half, Max talks to Jan Skoyles of The Real Asset Company about gold demand in China, the Shanghai Gold Exchange and smuggling Snowden in Venezuela's gold delivery.

Italy's First Black Minister Greeted With "Nooses On Lampposts"

Tyler Durden's picture While the US has had its share of race-related social issues in recent days, nothing compares to Italy where not only was the country's first black minister (of integration!) of Congolese origin, Cecile Kyenge, compared to an orangutan two days ago by Roberto Calderoli, vice president of Italy's Senate and a senior parliamentarian in the anti-immigration Northern League, but following a visit to the city of Pescara she was met with a "protest" where nooses were hung from lammposts.
And just so the message was not lost, nooses appeared on lampposts with posters signed by the group Forza Nuova: "Immigration, the noose of the people!" read one of the slogans on the posters. Another said: "Everyone should live in their own country." Nothing like Italy, whose economy has been ravaged by the worst depression in decades, developing its own Golden Dawn movement to really help with integration issues and globalized worker mobility.

The Antidote: a poem for the incredible Nurses of the NHS + Operation Skulfockers; jeremy hunt BBC Police SAvile+Triden + David Cameron says 'Talk to the hand' + Art As Protest + WeAreChange talks to the Artist Taxi Driver

the Artist Taxi Driver

'Trayvon Martin case reeks of racial bias'

Press TV: interview with Ralph Schoenman, author and political commentator, Berkeley about the issue of the case of George Zimmerman, neighborhood watchman who stalked and then shot and killed unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin and has walked free from court claiming self defense.

NASA Data - Ice Age Discourse

10 Things Most Americans Don’t Know About America

By Mark Manson: Imagine you have a sister and she’s an alcoholic. She has her moments, but you keep your distance from her. You don’t mind her for the occasional family gathering or holiday. You still love her. But you don’t want to be around her.

This is how I lovingly describe my current relationship with the United States. The United States is my alcoholic sister. And although I will always love her, I don’t want to be near her at the moment.
I know that’s harsh, but I really feel my home country is not in a good place these days. That’s not a socio-economic statement (although that’s on the decline as well), but rather a cultural one.
I realize it’s going to be impossible to write sentences like the ones above without coming across as a raging prick, so let me try to soften the blow to my American readers with an analogy:

A Chemtrails Observer - London Lady

Morris: I saw a lady taking pictures of the Sky, and upon looking up - that sky was pretty busy, and she explains.

You will understand risk now! + NIA - Lebed talk silver again + Trend histories and zero sum games + 10 standard deviation moves


How do you change the direction of the country when power has been seized by the ultra-wealthy criminal class? When the financial, economic, political, military, judicial, and media organizations have been taken over by psychopathic criminals who are looking out only for their financial interests, the few citizens who have the courage to speak the truth become enemies of the state. There is no non-violent solution to this state of affairs. This is what Fourth Turnings are all about.
Paul Craig Roberts: The American people have suffered a coup d’etat, but they are hesitant to acknowledge  it. The regime ruling in Washington today lacks constitutional and legal legitimacy.  Americans are ruled by usurpers who claim that the executive branch is above the law and that the US Constitution is a mere “scrap of paper.”
An unconstitutional government is an illegitimate government. The oath of allegiance requires defense of the Constitution “against all enemies, foreign and domestic.” As the Founding Fathers made clear, the main enemy of the Constitution is the government itself.  Power does not like to be bound and tied down and constantly works to free itself from constraints.
The basis of the regime in Washington is nothing but usurped power.

Ned Naylor-Leyland: we know that the monetary system is broken

Alasdair Macleod interviews Ned Naylor-Leyland of Quilter Cheviot Investment Management. Ned discusses his recent paper and his view that gold has actually been in backwardation a lot longer than just this last week. Ned sees this backwardation as a very telling point when one considers the large aboveground stock of gold.