29 Mar 2014

No Planet For Young Men And Human Algo-Bots - Max Keiser, Stacy Herbert and Liam Halligan

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss no country, no planet for young men/people as they are forced to flee their own austerity or bubble hit "fukacta" countries for more affordable "frigging" places abroad.

From Merkel To Tymoshenko: NSA Spied On 122 World Leaders

RT: The NSA’s data base contains information obtained during the surveillance of over a hundred world leaders, new leaks by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed.
Der Spiegel has looked through a top secret presentation by NSA's Center for Content Extraction, which is responsible for automated analysis of all types of text data.

According to the document, the leaders of 122 states were among the high-ranked targets, due to the lack of US intelligence.

However, only 12 names were revealed by the German journalists in the publication as an example.

With the heads of state arranged alphabetically by first name, the list begins with ‘A’ as in Abdullah Badawi, the former Malaysian prime minister.

He’s followed by Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas, who appears so high due to being mentioned under his alias, Abu Mazin.

The Co-Op Movement - A Decentralized Solution To Solving Inequality And Avoiding Serfdom?

Or take the right to vote. In principle, it is a great privilege. In practice, as recent history has repeatedly shown, the right to vote, by itself, is no guarantee of liberty. Therefore, if you wish to avoid dictatorship by referendum, break up modern society’s merely functional collectives into self-governing, voluntarily co-operating groups, capable of functioning outside the bureaucratic systems of Big Business and Big Government.
-Aldous Huxley, in Brave New World Revisited (1958) 
By Michael Krieger: As readers of this website are well aware, the entrenched power structure has proven itself unwilling to address any of the extreme fraud, crony capitalism and corruption that plagues the U.S. economy. As such, it has become increasingly clear to myself and countless others that the solutions we need must be grassroots and decentralized. I have personally made it a point to encourage people to take matters into their own hands, using whatever tools they have available to make the communities in which they live better for their families and their neighbors.
Of course, in a world in which power is ever increasingly concentrated in the hands of a very unenlightened egomaniacal handful of oligarchs, this seems like a daunting and near impossible task to many. Because so many Americans and Europeans are simply consumed with making ends meet and putting food on the table, the concept of changing the world appears entirely unrealistic if not downright impossible.
The message I want to convey is that this is not the case.

I Don’t Thank Slaves, Rape Victims or Soldiers

By I’m not a soldier. I have never been in a war zone, never killed anyone, and the full extent of my combat training is a summer archery course and two books on Japanese swordsmanship. I was raised a pacifist, and war terrifies me. Not just the images of it, the sounds or the smells, but the very concept of war as a singular event or an institution.
And in the modern age it is an institution. War has been industrialized, capitalized, glorified, legalized, rationalized and mythologized for as long as one bastard has been able to talk another man into dying for him.
There’s a saying: Wars aren’t won by dying for your country, but by making the other guy die for his. Witty, pithy, and technically true, but also the usual bullshit. When men are sent to war, they aren’t expected to come back. That’s not the criteria for victory, just a happy coincidence if they happen to still be welcome (and useful) when they return. Low casualties look good in the press, but keeping those men alive is not the millitary’s goal. They just hate to waste investment.
Soldiers go to war so that, when somebody needs to die, they are there to do it. They lay down their lives so someone else won’t have to. They face the worst horrors imaginable. They fight and die to protect what they believe in.
I refuse to thank soldiers for that.
There is a push in the Men’s Rights Movement to get people to be more thankful for all the shitwork men do, from cleaning sewers to soaking up bullets in the Middle East. People say men put their lives on the line for the service of others, so we should give them a smart salute, a pension and a hearty Thanks.
I think that’s bullshit too.

Feminism And Manginosity: We Should Give "Walk A Mile" The Boot + We Should All Be Feminists: Response + Sociopath Clowns Her Blind Husband In Divorce Court

We're Fucked, It's Our Fault - THE FKN SHOW

Deek Jackson's News: "Earth is completely owned by some corporation that wants to go Hawaiian and polish it's knob and have a big car. All of the people on earth are employed, since they don't own the planet, (it's all owned by a few wealthy families) in some respect with digging it up, setting fire to it and turning it to something that can polish some rich person's knob.

Nicholas Wilson Exposing HSBC Fraud!!! - The BBC Sucks O Cocks News

Knowing The Score On Rape - Honey Badger Radio

"UK ministry of justice proposes increased male disposability. ...Spate of sexual coercion by girls on boy students."

Nationalist Solution To Money + The Predators Of Our Monetary World Do Not Experience Satiation

The Dollar Cannot Be Devalued and Suicidal Banksters

By Hugo Salinas Price: The last dollar devaluation took place under President Roosevelt in 1934, when from being worth 1/20.67th of an ounce of gold in 1933, the dollar was devalued to 1/35th of an ounce of gold.
The last opportunity for devaluing the dollar took place in August 1971, when the dollar was still pegged at 1/35th of an ounce of gold. Nixon took the advice of Milton Friedman and made the worst mistake in history; Nixon did not devalue the dollar as he should have done, but simply took the US off the gold standard, such as it was, and thence forth the US refused to redeem dollars held by Central Banks around the world at any price.
Since August 15, 1971, the dollar can no longer be devalued.
Since the dollar is the reserve currency of all Central Banks in the world, all other currencies – the euro included – are only derivatives of the dollar. The proof of this statement is that the value of each and every currency in the world is calculated in dollars,
The world’s currencies are devalued or revalued against the dollar in the world’s currency markets every day of the year.

Feminist Jessica Valenti Has Some Bad Advice For You + University Of Ottawa Students Trample Free Speech

Sargon of Akkad: The latest on my hit-list of prominent feminist "thinkers". If you can think of any more, let me know and I'll nail them to the wall as well.

China’s Monumental Ponzi: Here’s How It Unravels

By David Stockman: China is the greatest construction boom and credit bubble in recorded history. An entire nation of 1.3 billion has gone mad building, borrowing, speculating, scheming, cheating, lying and stealing. The source of this demented outbreak is not a flaw in Chinese culture or character—nor even the kind of raw greed and gluttony that afflict all peoples in the late stages of a financial bubble.
Instead, the cause is monetary madness with a red accent. Chairman Mao was not entirely mistaken when he proclaimed that political power flows from the end of a gun barrel–he did subjugate a nation of one billion people based on that principle. But it was Mr. Deng’s discovery that saved Mao’s tyrannical communist party regime from the calamity of his foolish post-revolution economic experiments.
Just in the nick of time, as China reeled from the Great Leap Forward, the famine death of 40 million and the mass psychosis of the Cultural Revolution, Mr. Deng learned that power could be maintained and extended from the end of a printing press. And that’s the heart of the so-called China economic miracle. It’s not about capitalism with a red accent, as the Wall Street and London gamblers have been braying for nearly two decades; it’s a monumental case of monetary and credit inflation that has no parallel.