20 Mar 2016

Lord Cashpoint Levy On Anti-Semitism

By Gilad Atzmon: The man who funded Tony Blair's Government at the time Britain launched a Zionist immoral interventionist war in Iraq is not hiding at all. He has an 'important' message to share with us all.

Female Quotas Serve Only Mediocre Women

The wretched feminists get everywhere. They have marched through the institutions; they took over Amnesty and now they have a grip on Oxfam of all places. That is the last time I will ever buy a goat. There was an item on Woman’s Hour so immoral it is difficult to know where to begin.
Sally Copley, Oxfam's Head of UK Policy, told us, Oxfam is a feminist organisation.” A sad demise, I am sure you will agree.
Truly this interview, from the terms of the debate, to the tone, to the themes, was a materclass in presenting feminist ideology as neutral fact. Not a single feminist orthodoxy or illogical statement was challenged.
Claire Melamed, Director of Poverty and Inequality at the Overseas Development Institute, as well as Ms Copley and of course Jenni Murray, think that the middle class housewife in comfortable suburbia who happens to care for her children and do housework is just as oppressed as the women in Vietnam who must leave their babies unattended in filthy cots to work in the fields all day.

Why Nick Cohen Is A Jew, Has Always Been A Jew And Why You Will Never Be A Jew

By Gilad Atzmon: Every few years, pro Iraq war and enthusiastic Ziocon Nick Cohen, insists upon declaring that he is becoming a Jew as if he weren't a Jew to begin with.  Back in 2009, Cohen used the Jewish Chronicle to announce: “Hatred Is Turning Me Into A Jew”. One would expect that the conversion would be compete by now but yesterday Cohen used the Guardian to repeat his lie. The Guardian headline read: “Why I’m becoming a Jew and why you should, too."
Read a few lines and you grasp that Cohen isn’t just a Jew, he is a stereotypical Zionist Jew. He embodies every problematic symptom associated with Jewish ID politics.
Cohen tells us that it took him 40 years “to become a Jew.”   He wants us to believe that the fact that his father's family abandoned Judaism made him into a qualified‘Goy’. In truth, most Jews abandoned Judaism a while back.  Zionism was largely a secular movement led by Jewish atheists.  Cohen adds that his mother andgrandmother weren’t Jewish either.
A prominent Guardian writer is ought to know that contemporary Jewishness is defined byidentity and identification and Nick Cohen has always identified with Jewishness and far worse, with Zion and the Zionist militancy.

Karen Straughan's Chat With Journalist Phil Cook

Phil Cook is the author of "Abused Men: The Hidden Side of Domestic Violence" and "Women Who Sexually Abuse Men: The Hidden Side of Rape, Stalking, Harassment and Sexual Assault" (co-written with Dr. Tammy Hodo)

Dead Clowns Drawn By Dying Clowns

"A single molecule of water is not wet, a single note is not a melody and a single word is not a poem and two clumps of mascara and some lipstick is not a body painting. If you get to call that art then the builder whistling at you from the rooftop gets to call that a rhapsody. ...Despite your remarkable skills [Jordan] through the course of this video you're going to say some ground breakingly stupid shit." DoctorRandomercam

Hillary Clinton And The Syrian Shoah

By Gilad Atzmon: From: Sidney Blumenthal To: Hillary Clinton Date: 2012-07-23
Quoting an Israeli security source Sidney Blumenthal wrote: 
“[I]f the Assad regime topples, Iran would lose its only ally in the Middle East and would be isolated. At the same time, the fall of the House of Assad could well ignite a sectarian war between the Shiites and the majority Sunnis of the region drawing in Iran, which, in the view of Israeli commanders would not be a bad thing for Israel and its Western allies.”  
In 1982, Oded Yinon an Israeli journalist, formerly attached to the Israeli Foreign Ministry, published a document titled ‘A Strategy for Israel in the Nineteen Eighties.’  The strategic plan later named ‘The Yinon Plan’ suggested that for Israel to maintain its regional superiority, it must break its neighboring Arab states into smaller sectarian units engaged in endless tribal wars. The Yinon Plan implied that Arabs and Muslims killing each other was an insurance policy for Israel.
Most commentators on the Middle East and American foreign affairs now realise that the chaos in the Middle East has a lot to do with Israel and its supportive Jewish lobbies around the world.

Catalonia Nears Default, Threatens Spain’s Debt

The Central Government blinks.
By Don Quijones: When Catalonia’s regional government announced a road map to independence from Spain in November last year, Madrid’s response was to threaten to cut off the financial supply lines to the region. It was the equivalent of a declaration of economic war, riddled with risks, especially with an acutely cash-strapped Catalonia facing over €4.6 billion of bond redemptions in 2016.
Madrid’s strategy was economic madness, as we warned at the time: Catalonia’s economy accounts for 20% of Spain’s GDP. And international investors would freak out if roughly one-fifth of Spain’s economy suddenly plunged into a deep recession or became ungovernable. Investors might question the ability of the Spanish government to service its over €1 trillion in debt.
Now, that scenario might be in the process of coming true.
The words “bankrupt” and “default” are being used with disconcerting frequency in relation to Catalonia. The words are even making their way into the headlines of national newspapers, as fears grow that the region could be on the verge of descending into a Greece-like debt spiral.

Beware The Ides Of March

Max and Stacy look at the dangers hidden in the Ides of March and the S&P 500’s rounded top. As markets send out bad omens, one of the world’s largest reinsurance companies buys gold to protect itself from negative interest rates. Will the retail investor be far behind? In the second half Max interviews Lorien Gamaroff of BankyMoon.co.za about cryptocurrency in South Africa where up to 80% of the population has no access to financial services. They also discuss crowdfunding schools in Soweto.