(July 5) – Alex covers the biggest scam to hit the financial market in years, and exposes how the fall of america is all by design to put america under control of the international mafia banking cartel of the Nwo. Alex also takes your calls for your solutions of how to get us out of this mess and any new intel people on the gulf coast have about a possible evac from those hard hit area’s. Continue reading
(BusinessInsider) – This bit of multimedia art showing nuclear explosions around the world from 1945-1998 is like something from the Farm Film Report on SCTV, with things blowing up “real good”. Incredible and unnerving, especially in years like 1958 and 1962. Video Link Here
(Guardian) – If you are reading this article on a printed copy of the Guardian, what you have in your hand will, just 15 years from now, look as archaic as a Western Union telegram does today. In less than 50 years, according to Clay Shirky, it won’t exist at all. The reason, he says, is very simple, and very obvious: if you are 25 or younger, you’re probably already reading this on your computer screen. “And to put it in one bleak sentence, no medium has ever survived the indifference of 25-year-olds.”
You have probably never even heard of Shirky, and until this interview I hadn’t either. When I ask him to define what he does, he laughs, and admits that often when he’s leaving a party someone will say to him, “What exactly is it you do?” His standard reply – “I work on the theory and practice of social media”– is not just wilfully opaque, but crushingly dreary, which is funny, because he is one of the most illuminating people I’ve ever met. Read entire article
No plane struck the 47-story World Trade Center skyscraper (Building 7).
No evidence of fires in Building 7 for the first 100 minutes after being struck by debris from Tower 1. (Yet fire from the debris is the official explanation for building collapse.)
Sudden free-fall drop of eight stories is finally officially acknowledged. Yet the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s lead investigator explained months earlier that free fall could not have occurred because that would have meant there would have been no structural components below.
No mainstream media covered the building collapse other than that first day, when Dan Rather said on network TV, “For the third time today, it’s reminiscent of those pictures we’ve all seen too much… when a building was deliberately destroyed by well-placed dynamite to knock it down.”
|Composite time photo of Building 7. First 2.25-sec. time period is officially pure freefall.|
No mention of Building 7 in the 9/11 Commission Report.
The New York Times characterized as “perhaps the deepest mystery in the investigation,” a FEMA-report appendix about a steel specimen recovered from Building 7, rather like Swiss cheese, a product of extraordinarily high temperatures.
No mention in the NIST Building 7 Final Report of this mysterious steel specimen.
Source: 7 Problems with Building 7
By Katherine Smith
Adolph Hitler: A Modern View
Leader of Nazi Germany, progenitor of genocides and arguably solely responsible for the European half of the second World War, Adolf Hitler (considered to be one the most evil persons the world has ever known), probably needs no introduction.
In the decades since Hitler’s death many commentators have concluded that he must have been mentally ill, and that if he wasn’t when he started his rule the pressures of his failed wars must have driven him mad. Given that he ordered genocide and ranted and raved, it is easy to see why people have come to this conclusion, but it’s important to state that there is no consensus among historians that he was insane, or what psychological problems he may have had.
Hitler wasn’t insane and didn’t rant and rave because he was mentally ill.
In 1912 he was brainwashed at his grandfather’s Society for Psychical Research (SPR) most likely at the British Military Psych-Ops War School at Tavistock in Devon and in Ireland.
(Infowars) – Business Insider featured a post yesterday by geography professor Gary L. Peters under the header “Population Growth Is Still The Biggest Problem Facing Humanity”.
After channeling armchair-eugenicist Alan Weisman, who stated: “The intelligent solution (to the problem of population growth) would require the courage and the wisdom to put our knowledge to the test. It would henceforth limit every human female on Earth capable of bearing children to one.”, the professor added:
“Started now, such a policy would reduce Earth’s population down to around 1.6 billion by 2100, about the same as the world population in 1900. Had we kept Earth’s population at that level we would not be having this conversation.” Continue reading
(OilPrice) – Internecine civil wars are underway almost everywhere within the West, and most virulently in the United States of America. They are not yet kinetic wars, but wars of grinding prepositioning, the kind which lead to foregone conclusions without a shot being fired. They are wars of survival, nonetheless, because the basic architecture for national strength is being altered incrementally or dramatically. And, in many cases, consciously.
Almost all of the strategic restructuring of states is occurring in large part as a result of an accumulation of wealth; an accumulation and value of which is seen as permanent. This has resulted in the hubris — expressed by those who did not earn it — of triumph in the Cold War. This is a Western phenomenon because the widespread growth of wealth, the creation of freedoms classically associated with democracy, resulted — as it must inevitably result — in complacencies which in turn led to a “vote too far”: the extension of the democratic franchise to those who do not help in the creation of wealth.
Once the voting franchise of the West reached the point where those who sought benefits outweighed those who created benefits, the tipping point was reached. The situation of de facto “class warfare” thus emerges automatically under such circumstances, and the envy of those who take against those who provide erupts into “rights” and “entitlement”. By deifying “democracy” above justice, the enfranchised non-producers could always outvote the producers. We are at this point. The result can only be collapse, or restructuring around a Cæsar or a Bonaparte until, eventually, a productive hierarchy reappears, usually after considerable pain. Read entire article
(PressTV) – Numerous journalists covering protests during the G20 summit in Toronto, Canada, have been strip-searched by police.
Amy Miller, one of the four journalists who have now filed complaints with Ontario’s police watchdog, has told of her ordeal in police detention.
She says she was physically assaulted and was threatened with gang rape. Continue reading
(CNBC) – Video: Euro to Collapse Within Months?
“In my view the euro will collapse within the next few months,” Max King, investment strategist at Investec Asset Management, told CNBC. “It’s completely unsustainable.” Northern Europe is doing fine but southern Europe is still in recession, he said. Video Link Here
(CNBC) – Dow Repeats Great Depression Pattern: Charts
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is repeating a pattern that appeared just before markets fell during the Great Depression, Daryl Guppy, CEO at Guppytraders.com, told CNBC Monday.“Those who don’t remember history are doomed to repeat it…there was a head and shoulders pattern that developed before the Depression in 1929, then with the recovery in 1930 we had another head and shoulders pattern that preceded a fall in the market, and in the current Dow situation we see an exact repeat of that environment,” Guppy said. Read More Here
(BusinessInsider) – Is America Really Free, If A Privately-Owned Central Bank Controls Our Currency And Runs Our Economy?
You see, the truth is that the U.S. government does not “print money” whenever it wants. Under the current system, in order to get more U.S. currency, the U.S. government has to borrow it. The Federal Reserve creates the new currency out of thin air and then either keeps the “U.S. Treasury bonds” they get in return from the U.S. government or they sell them off to others. But what kind of sense does that make? Why does a “free government” have to go into debt to print its own currency? It is the U.S. government that should be printing U.S. currency – not a privately-owned bank called the Federal Reserve. Read More Here
(InternationalForecaster) – Profits and Moves Behind the Downturn – Bob Chapman
The housing market is in serious freefall with builders scheduled to increase units by 535,000 this year. As sales fall so will big bank balance sheets. That means we are facing another credit collapse. Read More Here
(SteveWatson) – Economists, Financial Experts: U.S. Is Trapped In 1932 Size Depression
Following Nobel Laureate Paul Krugman’s declaration last week that the U.S. is in entering a third period of great depression, more and more economists are following suit, comparing the scale of the crisis to that of the early 1930s. Read More Here
(PressTV) – Eurozone jobless figure at record high
Eurozone’s unemployment figure continues to linger as around 16 million Euro currency users are still out of work, official data shows. Read More Here
(ProblemBankList) – FDIC’s Increased Use Of Loss-Share Program Enriches Some At Taxpayers Expense – Read More Here
REPOST – (WebOfDebt) – WHO WILL PAY, WALL STREET OR MAIN STREET – THE TOBIN TAX OR THE VAT? – Ellen Brown
Wall Street banks have been saved from bankruptcy by governments that are now going bankrupt themselves; but the banks are not returning the favor. Instead, they are engaged in a class war, insisting that the squeezed middle class be even further squeezed to balance over-stressed government budgets. All the perks are going to Wall Street, while Main Street slips into debt slavery. Wall Street needs to be made to pay its fair share, but how? Read More Here
(NYTimes) – Illinois Stops Paying Its Bills, but Can’t Stop Digging Hole
Even by the standards of this deficit-ridden state, Illinois’s comptroller, Daniel W. Hynes, faces an ugly balance sheet. Precisely how ugly becomes clear when he beckons you into his office to examine his daily briefing memo. Read More Here
(CNNMoney) – 7.9 million jobs lost, many forever
The government jobs report issued Friday shows that businesses have slowed their pace of hiring to a relative trickle. Read More Here
(Telegraph) – With the US trapped in depression, this really is starting to feel like 1932
The US workforce shrank by 652,000 in June, one of the sharpest contractions ever. The rate of hourly earnings fell 0.1pc. Wages are flirting with deflation. Read More Here
(DrRonPaul2012) – Video: Big Government and the Fed – A Sinister Alliance – Continue reading
(EUReferendum) – More than five months after the IPCC was accused of making assertions on the fate of the Amazon forest on the basis of a non-peer reviewed WWF report, it now appears that the original source of the IPPC’s claim is a Brazilian educational website which was taken down in 2003 (pictured – click to enlarge).
Furthermore, it appears that this is the only source of the IPCC’s claim that made up the basis of “Amazongate” – that the IPCC was, once again, using unsubstantiated material which exaggerated the threat. This website, therefore, is the “smoking gun”, the latest evidence to suggest that the IPCC is breaking its own rules.
Interestingly, when the “Amazongate” story was broken on this blog on 25/26 January, we had no way of knowing that the trail would eventually lead to a defunct Brazilian website. It was the official denials of our story that gave the clue, and they did not really get underway until 31 January when The Sunday Times published its report headed: “UN climate panel shamed by bogus rainforest claim,” Read More Here
(TIME) – Studies have found that upon entering an office, people behave more competitively when they see a sharp leather briefcase on the desk, they talk more softly when there is a picture of a library on the wall, and they keep their desk tidier when there is a vague scent of cleaning agent in the air. But none of them are consciously aware of the influence of their environment.
There may be few things more fundamental to human identity than the belief that people are rational individuals whose behavior is determined by conscious choices. But recently psychologists have compiled an impressive body of research that shows how deeply our decisions and behavior are influenced by unconscious thought, and how greatly those thoughts are swayed by stimuli beyond our immediate comprehension.
In an intriguing review in the July 2 edition of the journal Science, published online Thursday, Ruud Custers and Henk Aarts of Utrecht University in the Netherlands lay out the mounting evidence of the power of what they term the “unconscious will.” “People often act in order to realize desired outcomes, and they assume that consciousness drives that behavior. But the field now challenges the idea that there is only a conscious will. Our actions are very often initiated even though we are unaware of what we are seeking or why,” Custers says. Continue reading
(SFGate) – Officials say BP spill now hitting all Gulf states
Tar balls from the Gulf oil spill found on a Texas beach were the first evidence that gushing crude from the Deepwater Horizon well has reached all the Gulf states. Read More Here
(KurtNimmo) – Video: Military Patrols Beach in Panama City
In the middle of June it was reported that BP hired private security contractor to keep the media away from sites the transnational corporation claims it is cleaning. “BP, in a move destined to go down as one of the bestest public relations moves ever, has apparently hired a private security company to help to keep pesky reporters from covering the unfolding catastrophe on the beaches of the Gulf Coast,” Adam Rawnsley writes for Wired. Video Link Here
(PaulWatson) – Despite Rumors, Officials Insist No Gulf Evacuation Planned
Emergency managers say evacuation story “dreamed up” by Internet bloggers Read More Here
(MSNBC) – Video: Report – Gulf swimmers complain of illness – Video Link Here
(StanDeyo) – “Truth And Consequences”
A Review Of The Gulf Oil Eruption, And What The Future Holds That You Are Not Being Told. Read More Here
REPOST – (Reuters) – Special Report: Should BP nuke its leaking well?
“A nuclear explosion over the leak,” he says nonchalantly puffing a cigarette as he sits in a conference room at the Institute of Strategic Stability, where he is a director. “I don’t know what BP is waiting for, they are wasting their time. Only about 10 kilotons of nuclear explosion capacity and the problem is solved.” Read More Here
(MSNBC) – Millions of birds set to fly into Gulf oil mess
‘They won’t be safe on their fall passage,’ says Audubon official Read More Here
(McClatchy) – Video: Oil found in Gulf crabs raises new food chain fears
University scientists have spotted the first indications oil is entering the Gulf seafood chain — in crab larvae — and one expert warns the effect on fisheries could last “years, probably not a matter of months” and affect many species. Read More Here
(MSNBC) – Gulf spill ‘bigger and uglier than we had hoped’
Some experts say troubled ecosystems are now being pushed to the brink Read More Here
(MSNBC) – Video: Independent scientist takes flight over Gulf – ppl swimming in waters covered w/ sheen
(DJDispatches) – Fending For Themselves: Devastating Social and Environmental Impacts of BP Oil Spill – Dahr Jamail – Read More Here
(Telegraph) – BP admits failing to use industry risk test at any of its deepwater wells in the US
BP was facing fresh criticism over its approach to safety on Saturday night after critics said it did not use an industry standard process to asses risk ahead of the Deepwater Horizon disaster. Read More Here
(Crooks&Liars) – It’s BP’s Toxic World, We Just Live In It. Huge Toxic Release In Texas Occurred Just Before Gulf Explosion
Astounding. Really, I knew it would take a while to get actual regulators back in the regulatory agencies after BushCo, but isn’t this something someone should have known about — and notified the public? Read More Here
(MSNBC) – From .com to .gov for oil spill response website
The Department of Homeland Security wants a one-stop shop for information that is completely overseen by the government as it settles into the long-haul of dealing with the response to the disaster. The U.S. Coast Guard falls under Homeland Security’s authority. Read More Here
(Colonel6) – Breaking: Obama shuts down 33% of the country’s oil refining capacity
While Obama was unsuccessful at putting a moratorium on oil drilling, he was able to accomplish the same thing by putting a stranglehold on oil refining which accomplishes the same thing. With 1/3rd of the country’s oil refining gone what do you think this will do to the economy? This was the inherent threat that Obama had presented for months. Either give him Cap and Trade or we will shut everything down through the EPA. Read More Here
(PressTV) – ‘Saudi Arabia training Iraq terrorists’
Saudi Arabia has set up a military base near its border with Jordan for training militants to conduct terrorist activities in war-weary Iraq, informed sources say.
The sources, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the terrorists were receiving training from ranking Saudi army officers. Read More Here
(ActivistPost) – The Ultimate “RED” Herring: The Russians are Back!
The evil, Red communists apparently are back to subvert the sacred institutions of America. Mainstream media’s contrived naïveté to the idea of deep-cover sex spies from Russia is nothing but a planned diversion for what is the long-standing practice of many nations blending into the halls of corporate recruitment in order to join the Globalist network. Read More Here
(Guardian) – This may be Britain’s Abu Ghraib
The allegations of torture by British soldiers in Iraq bear chilling comparison with America’s worst excesses Read More Here
(AntiFascistCalling) – Obama’s Expanded Military Spying and Torture Network – Tom Burghardt
Despite promises to the contrary, the Obama administration has consolidated, even expanded privacy- and civil liberties killing programs launched by the Bush government.
From warrantless spying and driftnet surveillance to the indefinite detention and torture of foreign suspects held in U.S. gulags, and from the murderous drone wars in Pakistan to threats to assassinate American citizens merely on the suspicion they might be terrorists, 18 months into Obama’s new “change” order, facts on the ground paint a grim picture indeed. Read More Here
(GlobalResearch) – Middle East War: U.S. Doctors Approved Torture and Denied Medical Care to Captives – Sherwood Ross
American doctors in the Middle East routinely approved the torture of captured suspects and denied them critical medications such as insulin, sometimes with lethal consequences, according to a documented report published in the “Utne Reader.” Read More Here
(CNN) – Video: Ron Paul on CNN: This is Obama’s War! End it now! – View Video Here
(TheSun) – Welcom to ‘Hell’ (Afghanistan) – Read More Here
(PalestineTelegraph) – Did the US drop tactical nuclear weapons on Iraq/Afghanistan – You bet!
You may find this story hard to believe and at the same time challenge as to why anyone would use such weapons having no regard for other humans that live on this planet. We hear almost weekly about the push by President Obama to fulfill the Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) by reducing weapons of mass destruction (WMD) but is there any truth behind this PR exercise or is it a case of business as usual? Read More Here
(LondonTelegraph) – Afghanistan: British commander in Helmand believes troops need to stay 10 years
Lt Col Paul James, commanding officer of 40 Commando who are currently fighting in Sangin district, told The Sunday Telegraph there were not enough Nato forces or Afghan police to keep the area safe from a Taliban resurgence. Read More Here
(Reuters) – Iran says planes denied fuel in Germany, UK, UAE
Pressure is mounting on Iran over its nuclear programme and the United States has stepped up its push to isolate Tehran economically. On Thursday, President Barack Obama signed into law far-reaching sanctions that aim to squeeze the Islamic Republic’s fuel imports and deepen its international isolation.
“Since last week, our planes have been refused fuel at airports in Britain, Germany and UAE because of the sanctions imposed by America,” Mehdi Aliyari, Secretary of the Iranian Airlines Union, told Iran’s ISNA news agency. Read More Here
(PressTV) – ‘US launching cyberwar against Iran’
A top Iranian official says the United States has devised a model of war against Iran based on information technology. Read More Here
(PressTV) – ‘Big losses’ if Russia halts S-300s
Moscow stands to lose billions of dollars in arms and aerospace deals with Iran if the Kremlin sticks to its guns and refuses to deliver the S-300 air-defense missiles to the country, the Nezavisimaya Gazeta daily reports. Read More Here
(JPost) – ‘Syria has new radar from Iran’
Iran has provided Syria with an advanced radar system that could give it early warning of an Israeli strike on its nuclear facilities, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday, quoting Israeli and US officials. Read More Here
(RussiaToday) – Video: No ‘Sorry’ from US as Iran plane tragedy marked
(BBC) – Iranian passenger jets ‘refused fuel’
Iran says that Britain, Germany and the United Arab Emirates are refusing to provide fuel to Iranian passenger planes. Read More Here
(PressTV) – Egypt destroys 400 Gaza tunnels
Egyptian authorities on Sunday announced that they have destroyed some 400 tunnels since the beginning of 2010 to counter what it alleges to be smuggling of goods and weapons, Ma’an news agency reported.
This is while years of a crippling Israeli siege on the Gaza Strip has left its impoverished people with a network of cross-border underground tunnels as the last resort to push their basic needs into the territory. Read More Here
(IsraelNationalNews) – UN Warns of New War in North; Claims on Gas May Be Trigger
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has warned that violence may break out again between Hizbullah and Israel as tensions rise over charges that the terrorist organization has obtained advanced long–range Scud missiles from Syria.
Ban’s warning came as the IDF concludes a massive training exercise in the north, where soldiers are preparing for war. Read More Here
(SouthLebanon) – Gaza children at grave malnutrition risk
Israel’s blockade of the Gaza Strip is associated with long-term damage to Palestinians’ health, placing their children at risk of stunted growth or malnutrition. Read More Here
(IntifadaPalestine) – Israel’s New Master Plan
Quietly, Israel is preparing the biggest illegal land grab in recent memory, all on Obama’s watch, writes Khaled Amayreh in Jerusalem. Read More Here
(PressTV) – Israel to legalize Lebanon gas theft
Amid Israeli efforts to take over Lebanon’s gas resources, Tel Aviv has tasked the parliament with ratifying a legislation that would facilitate the process.
Tel Aviv intends to present the Knesset with a law which would make the international waters between Palestine and Lebanon the property of Israel paving way for the seizure of the sea-based gas fields, Naharnet cited Israeli television as saying on Sunday. Read More Here
(ForeignPolicyJournal) – Israel’s attack on Egypt in June ’67 was not ‘preemptive’
It is often claimed that Israel’s attack on Egypt that began the June 1967 “Six Day War” was a “preemptive” one. Implicit in that description is the notion that Israel was under imminent threat of an attack from Egypt. Yet this historical interpretation of the war is not sustained by the documentary record. Read More Here
(FoxNews) – Video: U.S. Gives Israeli Spy Asylum – Continue reading
(RawStory) – Privacy rights advocates and civil liberties campaigners in Europe are raising the alarm about a new surveillance system that monitors conversations in public.
The surveillance system, dubbed Sigard, has been installed in Dutch city centers, government offices and prisons, and a recent test-run of the technology in Coventry, England, has British civil rights experts worried that the right to privacy will disappear in efforts to fight street crime.
The system’s manufacturer, Sound Intelligence, says it works by detecting aggression in speech patterns.
“Ninety percent of all incidents involving physical aggression are preceded by verbal aggression,” the Sound Intelligence Web site says. “The ability to spot verbal aggression before it turns into a violent outbreak delivers valuable time to security personnel and enables speedy intervention.” Continue reading
(PaulWatson) – The Transportation Security Administration will block all websites that contain “controversial opinion” from its federal computers in the latest example of how Internet censorship is expanding in both the private and public sector as the federal government prepares to push through a power grab that will empower President Obama to shut down the world wide web with an emergency decree.
“The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is blocking certain websites from the federal agency’s computers, including halting access by staffers to any Internet pages that contain a “controversial opinion,” according to an internal email obtained by CBS News.”
The new rules came into force on July 1, and prevent TSA employees from accessing such content, though what is deemed “controversial opinion” is not explained. Undoubtedly, the ban list will include websites which specialize in criticism of the government and federal agencies. Continue reading