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29 May 2015 @ 04:30 pm
Banks. Close them down or nationalise?  
Any service that is counter productive to society needs remedial action. That applies equally to all service providers from the EC up to local councils. Banks don't need our money, they print their own without control.
Don't look to bent regimes like the UK's to sort out the problems. The Iceland option is favourite but any solution that doesn't come from the banks or their governments is to be applauded.

Zero Hedge carried this
More and More Outlets Are Suggesting a Carry Tax on Physical Cash
Submitted by Phoenix Capital Research on 05/28/2015 13:26 -0400
A carry tax… or tax on physical currency… is coming.
The Fed and other Central Banks literally took the nuclear option in dealing with the 2008 bust. Collectively, they’ve printed over $11 trillion and have cut interest rates to zero for nearly six years.
All of these efforts were focused on driving in trashing cash and forcing investors/ depositors into risk assets.
But these policies have failed to generate growth.
Rather than admit they are completely wrong, Central Banks are reverting to more and more extreme measures to destroy cash and force investors to move into risk against their will.
Things went into hyperdrive last June when the ECB cut interest rates to negative, thereby CHARGING depositors to keep their money in cash.
Since that time, Denmark, Switzerland and other nations have followed suit.
The banks are following in their footsteps. Julius Baer, JP Morgan, and other firms have begun to charge large account holders for parking in cash. JP Morgan openly stated it wanted to LOSE $100 billion in deposits.
This is just the beginning. More and more we’re seeing hints that Central banks are planning on charging individuals who sit on cash… or possibly even banning physical cash entirely.
Now comes the interesting part. There are signs of an innovation war over negative interest rates. There’s a surge of creativity around ways to drive interest rates deeper into negative territory, possibly by abolishing cash or making it depreciable…
As long as paper money is available as an alternative for customers who want to withdraw their deposits, there’s a limit to how low central banks can push rates.
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-04-23/negative-interest-rates-may-spark-existential-crisis-for-cash
The old adage says “you can lead a horse to water, but you cannot make him drink.” The Fed and other Central Bankers lead the horse to the water. The horse wouldn’t drink. So now they’re talking about holding the horse’s head underwater until he does.
Again… a carry tax is coming. The Fed and other Central Banks are going to do everything they can to incinerate cash going forward. In Europe over 40% of sovereign bonds are NEGATIVE in nominal terms (meaning investors are paying to own these bonds).
This is just the beginning.
It sounds like absolute insanity, but we can assure you that Central Banks take these sorts of proposals very seriously.  QE sounded completely insane back in 1999 and we’ve already seen three rounds of it amounting to over $3 trillion.
No one would have believed the Fed could get away with printing $3 trillion for QE in 1999, but it has happened already. And given that it has failed to boost consumer spending/ economic growth, we wouldn’t at all surprised to see the Fed float one of the other ideas in the coming months.
Indeed, we've uncovered a secret document outlining how the Fed plans to incinerate savings.
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ZH http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-05-28/more-and-more-outlets-are-suggesting-carry-tax-physical-cash
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clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 03:48 pm (UTC)
ZH: Gold Capped As Soros Warns Of “Threshold Of A Third World War”
Submitted by GoldCore on 05/28/2015
- War "inevitable" if U.S. meddles in South China Sea - Global Times
- Senior NATO official warns that "we'll probably be at war this summer”
- Soros warns of ‘New World Order’ and war with China
- Soros warns could be “on the threshold of a Third World War”
- Many countries in Pacific lay claim to strategically important and mineral rich islands
- Tensions between U.S. and China and Russia escalating
- War would have many facets including cyberwarfare and currency wars
The ‘war’ word is being increasingly heard internationally as the U.S., EU, Russia and China adopt provocative postures over various disputes including Ukraine and in the Pacific.
War with the U.S. is “inevitable” if the U.S. involves itself in the dispute which has arisen over the Spratley Islands in the South China Sea according to China's state controlled newspaper the Global Times.
"If the United States' bottom line is that China is to halt activities, then a US-China war is inevitable in the South China Sea" according to an editorial in the popular government paper.
China has since last year been taking over a greater part of the long-disputed Spratleys and has begun land reclamation projects to make the archipelago a part of its sovereign territory. The move angered many of its neighbours like the Philippines and Vietnam who also claim the islands.
Geographically, the archipelago is close to the Philippines, Malaysia, Brunei and the Philippines. However, China has maintained a presence in the region on and off for centuries which is the basis for its claim.
The islands are believed to be located over large reserves of undersea oil and are also strategically vital as a shipping corridor through which vast amounts of goods are shipped. The islands also provide a platform from which China could project military power into the afore-mentioned countries.
Tensions between the U.S. and China, while low-key in other regards, have been escalating with China responding angrily to U.S. reconnaissance flights in the region.
Continues http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-05-28/gold-capped-soros-warns-%E2%80%9Cthreshold-third-world-war%E2%80%9D
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 04:02 pm (UTC)
Goldman Sachs Warns “Too Much Debt” Threatens World Economy
Submitted by GoldCore on 05/29/2015
- Debt load of many countries is an economic risk
- Ageing populations in developed world to put pressure on economies
- Goldman proposes "creative" social policy to deal with looming crisis
- Entire debt-based monetary system needs reform
The debt burden – particularly in "developed" countries – along with ageing populations poses a risk to the economies of those countries, Goldman Sachs has warned. Andrew Wilson, Goldman Sachs Asset Management's chief executive in Europe said, "There is too much debt and this represents a risk to economies. Consequently, there is a clear need to generate growth to work that debt off but, as demographics change, new ways of thinking at a policy level are required to do this."
Japan, as an example of a major economy, now has a government debt-to-GDP ratio of over 200%, which Wilson says is "not sustainable over the long term." Other countries with very high debt loads include the U.S., most of Europe and Brazil.
Among those countries on the other end of the scale are Russia, other central Asian countries and most of the Gulf states demonstrating the latent and as yet widely unacknowledged strength of the emerging Eurasian Economic Union and its ties to the Chinese New Silk Road project.
Wilson is particularly focussed on the issue of an ageing population:
"The demographics in most major economies – including the US, in Europe and Japan – are a major issue – and present us with the question of how we are going to pay down the huge debt burden. With life expectancy increasing rapidly, we no longer have the young, working populations required to sustain a debt-driven economic model in the same way as we've managed to do in the past."
Goldman proposes that society should bend to the needs of the financial and monetary system rather than reform of that system. "The demographic shift means that we need to look to more creative policy, including immigration and workforce expansion in order to find ways to pay down debt." He lauds prime Minister Shinzo's drive to increase female labour participation and efforts to boost inflation in Japan.
Peter Sutherland, who retired as head of Goldman Sachs International earlier this month after 20 years, has shown great interest in migrant affairs in recent years.
According to the Financial Times, "His main activity in retirement will be his role as a special representative of the Secretary-general of the UN for Migration and Development. Mr Sutherland recently spoke on Irish national radio about his support of EU proposals that would share the burden of migrants more broadly across the continent."
Sutherland was quoted as saying,
“The fundamental issue here is saving people who are drowning in the Mediterranean...this is not about getting into battles about quotas when we are facing a humanitarian crisis.”
While we are in favour of any measures that may relieve the hardship suffered by people in parts of the world where life can be more harsh, we are not convinced that using migration as a tool to deal with a broken system is a wise policy. Migration should be a natural process, not one that is orchestrated by the most powerful people in our society.
Unless and until the debt-based money system is reformed there will always be debt-related crises. Almost all currency today comes into existence as interest on existing debt. Debt cannot be repaid unless new debt is created. This process leads to ever greater amounts of debt.
Continues http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-05-29/goldman-sachs-warns-%E2%80%9Ctoo-much-debt%E2%80%9D-threatens-world-economy
Summary. Paying down debt increases the debt.

Edited at 2015-05-29 04:03 pm (UTC)
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 05:37 pm (UTC)
Tweetz
Partisangirl
Max Abrahms
Newly released DIA doc confirms Al Qaeda has been behind Syrian rebels from the start: http://wp.me/p2YWTU-vN .
Peto Lucem
Syrian Army Withdraws from Ariha and KafrNajd: http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/syrian-army-withdraws-from-ariha-and-kafr-najd/
Sharmine Narwani
Max Abrahms
Reuters does PR for ISIS in #Iraq, while Qatar's Al Jazeera puts Al Qaeda's #Syria emir on primetime TV. #WTF
Reuters: Islamic State has gone out of its way to try to win over residents of Ramadi, providing basic services and governance.

Jamila Hanan
Kaamil Ahmed
Possibly 1000s of Rohingya missing after being trafficked, even if family pays ransom. http://www.aa.com.tr/en/headline/518359--in-a-bangladesh-camp-many-young-rohingya-are-missing

green heart
Global Trade 24x7
After Senate approval, what next for TPP? http://www.snsanalytics.com/LNmTy9
Sputnik
China's shares decline as US dollar hits 12-year highest http://sptnkne.ws/pKx

Scott Horton
Harris4IRP6
Cuz of 1 crooked woman DNA is in ? How many like her? Forged Drug Test Results May Free Tens of Thousands From Prison http://ow.ly/Nt9Xc

sormiou
Neutron Bombing of Yemen May 2015 Confirmed
https://youtu.be/pVgPKxYVxb0

The Buzzer
Chris Fountain
"the US has bombed and/or invaded at least one other country at least once every year for the past 21 yrs straight" http://www.theamericanconservative.com/larison/a-quarter-century-of-interventions/

RT
NSA director wants ‘maritime’ law for internet http://rt.com/usa/262493-nsa-rogers-maritime-law/
RT America
'Tyrannical power grab': John Boehner slams new EPA water protection rules http://on.rt.com/ke47ty

Robina Creaser retweeted
The Vaccine Xchange
Report: recent settlements for vaccine injury 5/16-8/15 (2013) See pages 16-24. Know the risks and failures!
http://ow.ly/oBbD0
Warren Puckett
Mr Ethical
We (the people) are not amused.
My government will ensure you oiks never know about massive #HSBCfraud . http://nicholaswilson.com/smoking-gun/
Roxanne
Palestinian Football Players Shot Repeatedly In the Feet So They Could Never Play Again!

Karol en Red retweeted
Hanan Shamoun
#ISIS will get new fighters: "#US begins training militants in Turkey for #Syria "via @Syriabetween http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2015/05/28/413267/US-Turkey-Syria-training-militants

Press TV
Al-Qaeda Takfiri terrorists capture northwestern Syrian city of Ariha http://ptv.io/1sma
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 07:03 pm (UTC)
Ban on Cash, Negative Rates, and Super Bubbles
by CaptDebtCrash
[...] As previously outlined, debt levels have risen to the point where financial repression will not work and I doubt negative rates, of even several percent, will change this. It will buy some time, kick the can so to say, but one thing it will do is create not just bubbles but super bubbles. This should be obvious but I have notice on sites where I would have thought the readers would have been well aware of this, there are comments showing that they are ready to make the same mistakes we observe in every asset bubble. Not all the comments of course but enough to cause concern.
Some of the comments I have seen when discussing negative rates include how individuals will take out huge loans paying back the principle with the money borrowed and living off the negative interest. I hate to dignify these comments with a response but considering there are obviously those with these thoughts I figured I would address it. First, a negative rate world would not mean every Tom Dick and Harry gets to dictate the terms of their loan. Even if the Federal Government were borrowing at -3% or -4% a personal loan would still carry a positive rate of a few percentage points. Not to mention without the ability to take your money out of the banking system your deposit would be subject to a negative rate. So for anyone who might have thought they would be able to live off of interest paid by the bank, not surprisingly, this will not be the case.
Similar to today’s ultra low interest rates, negative rates will only be available to individuals for certain kinds of loans, namely secured loans. The first and likely only type of loan an individual will likely see negative rates is for a mortgage. Again I am reminded of comments after a story about slightly negative rates for Swiss Mortgages; to paraphrase “If there are ever negative mortgages in the United States I am going to buy a farm”. This brings me to my next point about negative rates, they will not just cause bubbles but super bubbles.
I have read several stories about negative rate mortgages in Europe and there are similar comments to the one above, indicating that given the opportunity at these negative rates people will jump into the real-estate market with both feet. What is most surprising is these stories are mainly on Zerohedge, a site which has outlined over and over how low interest rates cause bubbles, thus I would expect the readers would understand that if unnaturally low interest rates cause bubbles negative rates will cause even more dangerous distortions. The fact that some (again not all) Zerohedge subscribers still don’t understand this dynamic means the general public doesn't have a prayer.
Fullstory http://www.debtcrash.report/entry/ban-on-cash-negative-rates-and-super-bubbles-1
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 07:32 pm (UTC)
Press TV May 29, 2015
Iraq, Qatar agree to have Qatari embassy in Baghdad reopened
Qatar and Iraq have agreed to have the Qatari embassy reopened in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, in a sign that the diplomatic relations between the two countries may be improving.
Iraqi Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari announced the agreement on Friday.
“We have agreed to open the Qatari embassy in Baghdad to begin resuming diplomatic work,” al-Jaafari said in a joint press conference with his Qatari counterpart Khalid bin Mohammad Al Attiyah in Baghdad.
More http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/05/29/413400/Iraq-Qatar-Embassy-Saudi-Arabia-ISIL-Coalition

German air worker kidnapped in Afghanistan freed
[...] The spokeswoman added that the freed aid worker, who was not identified by name, is currently “in the custody of the German consulate” in the city of Mazar-i-Sharif, in northern Afghanistan.
More http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/05/29/413395/Afghanistan-German-aid-worker-MazariSharif

US set to boost military aid to Israel amid fears over Iran diplomacy
The United States is poised to increase its annual military assistance to Israel amid Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s fears over nuclear diplomacy with Iran, according to reports.
With the current $3 billion annual military aid package set to expire in 2017, US and Israeli officials are discussing a new 10-year deal that could be worth up to $45 billion.
A US official said on condition of anonymity that the new agreement could bring US military aid up to $3.7 billion a year.
During a briefing with reporters on Thursday, Netanyahu refused to say how much Israel was requesting from the United States.
However, he said the increased military assistance was not a “quid pro quo” for a possible nuclear deal with Iran, which Israel strongly opposes.
More http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/05/29/413394/US-increasing-military-aid-Israel-

Afghan forces kill some 80 Taliban militants
Afghan security forces have killed nearly 80 Taliban militants and injured over 90 others during security operations in troubled northern Afghanistan.
General Ghulam Farooq Ahmadi, a regional Corps commander, said at least 79 militants were killed, 92 were wounded and 25 others were arrested during the operations carried out in Baghlan Province.
The operations were jointly conducted by the Afghan police and army forces, he added.
Ahmadi noted that at least three Afghan soldiers also lost their lives and 9 others were wounded.
Security sources say at least 143 villages have been cleared from militants during the clean-up operations which were launched a month ago.
More http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/05/29/413378/Asia-Afghanistan-Taliban-Baghlan-Ghulam-Farooq-Ahmadi

ISIL bomb attack targets another Saudi Shia mosque, killing at least 4
A bomb attack, claimed by the Takfiri ISIL terrorist group, has targeted another Shia mosque in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province, with a confirmed death toll of four as of now.
The Saudi Interior Ministry said the attack took place on Friday close to Imam Hussein (PBUH) Mosque in the provincial capital of Dammam, located about 400 kilometers (250 miles) east of the capital, Riyadh.
More http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/05/29/413386/Saudi-A-Eastern-Province-Shia-

Death toll from twin car bombing in Iraq rises to 15
The death toll from the recent twin car bomb attacks targeting two hotels in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, has reached 15.
Iraqi authorities, who were speaking on condition of anonymity, said Friday that some 42 others also sustained injuries in the blasts.
The explosions occurred late Thursday when two separate car bombs went off in the parking lots of the Babylon Hotel and Ishtar, formerly the Sheraton Hotel.
More http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/05/29/413381/Iraq-Baghdad-Babylon-Hotel-Ishtar
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 08:23 pm (UTC)
Observations can be applied across a wide spectrum of human "doings"
and may even explain the illogical belief in a pink spaghetti super being (contrasted with a subconscious hive mind.)
The Economist Who Realized How Crazy We Are
Michael Lewis May 29, 2015
I'm not sure we're living in an age of disruption, or just an age that badly wants to think itself disruptive, but either way there's been a lot of rethinking going on the past decade or so. The biggest upheavals have come in industries in which managers have always made decisions more or less by gut instinct: political campaigns, health care, military campaigns, professional sports. The obvious cause of the turmoil is the availability of ever-cheaper computing power: People looking for an edge in any business can now gather and analyze all sorts of previously unobtainable or unanalyzable data. The less obvious cause is an idea, that the data might trump the expertise of managers. People (even experts) and industries (even old ones) can make big, systematic mistakes. You don't set out to find better ways to value professional baseball players if you believe that the market already knows everything there is to know about their value.
Recommended reading http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2015-05-29/richard-thaler-the-economist-who-realized-how-crazy-we-are
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 08:34 pm (UTC)
RT May 29, 2015
Israel 'pressures Ban Ki-moon' to get off UN list of children's rights violators in wars
Israel is allegedly pulling diplomatic strings to pressurize the UN Secretary-General to exclude it from an annual list of countries accused of violating children's rights in armed conflicts. Israel denies the allegations.
Despite the slaughter of hundreds of Palestinian children in the IDF Israeli operation in Gaza in 2014, Tel Aviv wants to somehow preserve a squeaky clean image and is putting pressure on the UN central office to that end.
More http://rt.com/news/263001-israel-un-armed-violations/

Chancellor Osborne demands extra £1bn UK defense cuts
Further cuts to the UK defense budget will begin to impact on Britain’s operational capacity, critics argue, as Chancellor George Osborne presses ahead with military austerity measures worth £1 billion.
The move could also end Britain’s ability to meet the symbolic contribution of two percent of gross domestic product (GDP) to NATO – a topic of fierce debate in the run-up to the recent general election.
The Treasury has requested the Ministry of Defence (MoD) make cuts of £1 billion.
One ministry insider warned the Times newspaper that defense austerity, applied to this extent, would “not be a thing you could just swallow and carry on.”
In a statement, an MoD spokesperson said: “We are confident that we will spend two percent of GDP on defense in this financial year.
“The prime minister has also made clear that there will be an annual 1 percent real-terms increase in spending on defense equipment throughout this parliament.”
Some experts suggest savings could be made by delaying the bringing into service of certain equipment, like the controversial and long delayed F-35 Typhoon combat aircraft.
http://rt.com/uk/263045-defence-cuts-nato-osborne/
Get a refund on the pigs-in-a-poke f35, NATO, UN and EU. Or did the UK regime buy "$old as seen"?

British banks linked to corrupt FIFA transactions
British banks have allegedly been party to corrupt transactions worth millions of dollars linked to FIFA, according to legal papers from the US Department of Justice (DoJ).
http://rt.com/uk/263041-british-banks-fifa-scandal/

Tony Blair to become Israeli/Arab ‘unofficial liaison’
Following his resignation as Middle East peace envoy, former Prime Minister Tony Blair is planning to take up the mantle of unofficial liaison point between Israel and the Arab world, aides have said.
http://rt.com/uk/263109-tony-blair-isral-liaison/

Russia ready to consider EEU currency union - prime minister
Russia is ready to draft a currency union with other members of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), said Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
Time for Russia & Vietnam to think of switching to local currencies – Medvedev
"We could consider the possibility and conditions of launching a monetary union in the long term. We are ready to work out the issue with other colleagues,” said the PM at a session of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council in Kazakhstan Friday.
More than 40 countries and associations have said they would like to boost trade with the EEU, said Medvedev.
Medvedev stressed that the global economy was facing numerous challenges and said closer cooperation was necessary to address them. All measures should be taken “in coordination, not isolation,” he added.
http://rt.com/business/263125-russia-currency-union-medevedev/

Un-Fairplay (S2E144)
Blatter blasts corruption says he didn't know how deep FIFA was , Russia wants the whole of Ukraine, Brexit and how a dating app has made more Mideast peace progress than Tony Blair.
Vid http://rt.com/shows/in-the-now-summary/262925-blatter-fifa-ukraine-brexit/
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 08:47 pm (UTC)
Re: RT May 29, 2015
Blatter retained the job by a comfortable margin. Crime inc is safe.
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 08:40 pm (UTC)
Network Rail workers pledge nationwide ‘rolling’ strike action in June
The National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) will take strike action next month after rejecting a pay offer from Network Rail.
http://rt.com/uk/262821-network-rail-strike-june/
Time for union leaders to come in from the dark side. Old fashioned games show them in bicycle clips and flat caps. Puppets or independent thinkers? Actions show the former.
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 08:54 pm (UTC)
Silk Road creator sentenced to life in prison
Ross Ulbricht, the convicted creator of the Silk Road online drug bazaar, has been sentenced to life in prison.
The 31-year-old California man learned his fate Friday afternoon in a New York City courtroom from Katherine Forrest, the same United States District Court judge who presided over the brief trial earlier this year that ended with Ulbricht being convicted of all seven crimes he faced with regards to running Silk Road –an underground website where merchants advertise hard drugs, hacking services and other illegal offerings in exchange for digital cryptocurrency.
Ulbricht was facing a mandatory minimum sentence of 20-years in prison, but prosecutors urged Judge Forrest to go beyond that; in a letter to the court filed earlier this week, Ulbricht pleaded with Forrest not to send him away for life.
More http://rt.com/usa/263213-silk-road-ulbricht-sentenced/

In a more human and humane world...
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 09:11 pm (UTC)
Unlucky ladies.
(Is it actually attractive to a hetero girl?)
Mankini ban credited for Cornish town’s falling crime rate
http://rt.com/uk/262741-mankini-crime-newquay-report/
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 09:17 pm (UTC)
Islamic State Is Rapidly Expanding in Southeast Asia
May 29, 2015 Josh Rogin
The Islamic State in Iraq and Syria has ramped up its activities in Southeast Asia so effectively that there is now an entire military unit of terrorists recruited from Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, according to Singapore's prime minister.
“Southeast Asia is a key recruitment center for ISIS,” Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said at the Shangri-La Dialogue here in Singapore Friday. He noted that this included more than 500 Indonesians and dozens of Malaysians. “ISIS has so many Indonesian and Malaysia fighters that they form a unit by themselves -- the Katibah Nusantara -- Malay Archipelago Combat Unit,” he added.
Even in the small and tightly controlled city-state of Singapore, “a few” young men have gone to Syria to join the Islamic State ranks, and even more were intercepted trying to leave, Lee disclosed. He said the Singaporean authorities had recently arrested two students, one 17 and one 19, the latter of whom had planned to assassinate Singaporean government officials if he was unable to reach the Middle East.
“This is why Singapore takes terrorism, and in particular ISIS, very seriously,” Lee said. “The threat is no longer over there, it is over here.”
Lee revealed that the Islamic State has posted a propaganda and recruitment video showing Malay-speaking children training with weapons inside territory controlled by the terror group, and that two Malaysians were identified in a separate video carrying out the beheading of a Syrian man.
More http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2015-05-29/islamic-state-makes-a-move-on-southeast-asia
CIA tentacles or unintentional radicals' middle-age spread?
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 09:22 pm (UTC)
Any takers to sue the current UK regime
to recover the gold that was illegally taken from UK natives' possession by the Brown nee Blair regime? The cons were in opposition and didn't oppose. They are as guilty as the party in power supporting the theft.
Apparently JPM was the beneficiary. They currently have the globe's largest physical silver horde.
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 09:34 pm (UTC)
Dear banksters. As I watch with bittersweet joy the rapid ascent before the nose dive, there is a short time to negotiate an honorable retreat. Make things right, return public properties bought with finagled currency from successive corrupt governments. Allow the creation of a wholly owned public bank that creates the nation's money. Close down the bank mafia octopus incl the BoE, BoL, Fed Res and esp the BIS, IMF and World bank. And the UN and NATO. We don't need a faux charity and a global tax supervisor. We don't need defending if you don't keep creating enemies. We do need you and yours out of our life.
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 10:18 pm (UTC)
Do royals become honorary zionists by being bonked by a rothy and doing evil things to infants?
Looking at the Belgium royals the thought isn't far fetched. Barosso stands accused of being involved with the Maddie saga. And all the crap about the belgian royals is a fountain that never dries up. Black nobility belgian royals.
clothcapclothcap on May 29th, 2015 10:46 pm (UTC)
DNA apparently conveys the info necessary to begin living and survive from one generation to the next.
Now we see DNA can be programmed.
I'm worried more about that than every other worrying thing I've learned. Aluminium oxide, barium and strontium salts being sprayed on us daily, why? Aluminium in vaccines, passing the blood brain barrier, why?
Aside from destructive eruptions amongst us, and their interest in rushing our advancement, why are we letting it happen? Who determines whether it is necessary?
All the Falluja soil polluted by depleted uranium shipped back to the US would cause the US public to wake the F up?
Occasionally I wonder why I do this to myself. Too far along in the Protocols road map to stop it? Ppl too stupid, not worth the effort?
I worry the next gen won't have the ability to stand up due to the food they eat and the air they breathe. And the compulsory vaccines.
Cashless society is the penultimate chapter before global gov and mass extermination. That last is in progress btw.


Edited at 2015-05-30 07:19 am (UTC)