Archive for January 8th, 2013

The big media networks NBC, ABC, CBS and CNN are dying, and the BBC in London has been ridiculed into submission because of their biased reporting of the Middle East and their protection of pedophiles in their midst.

Every few days another person at the BBC, or one of their performers gets himself arrested. BBC producer, Wilfred De’Ath was arrested along with comedian Freddie Star, and TV host Dave Lee Travis got nicked and Rolf Harris was questioned under caution on pedo’ charges. Mind you it’s not all the BBC, the cops yesterday charged Coronation Street star Andrew Lancel with five counts of sexually abusing a child, he played Frank Foster in the ITV soap.

CNN has lost 60% of its audience in recent years. 60% of Americans no longer watch the major networks’ nightly news. In fact, RT (Russia Today) is ten times the size of CNN in viewers. People have had enough of the boring ideological rants and bias. The alternative media has gradually taken over.

I said recently, that if you searched Google for ‘Israel bombs Gaza’, there are 12 million pages in English and then there would be 12 million in other languages, making 25 million pages. If every page is read by 100 people on average, that’s 2.5 billion viewers to the topic.

A successful TV show in America used to be about 20 million viewers. Now let’s call the Google hits 2.5A, and lets say there are six big stories running this week, Wall Street Corruption, pedophilia, Eu Collapse etc. We add them in as 2.5B, 2.5C, 2.5D…etc. So now we see the government lies, 20 million Viewers X 6 stories, compared to the Internet perspective which totals 6  X  2.5 billion = 15 billion quanta of information transfers, if we count one page read, or one You Tube view or one email, as one quanta.

These figures are very rough and ready, but you see the point. It costs almost nothing to post to the Internet, while sustaining the government lies via television and the print media costs billions a year.

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On December 20, 2012, a vaccination tragedy hit the small village of Gouro, located in northern Chad, Africa. According to the newspaper La Voix, out of five hundred children who received the new meningitis vaccine MenAfriVac, at least 40 of them between the ages of 7 and 18 have become paralyzed. Those children also suffered hallucinations and convulsions.

Since this report, the true extent of this tragedy is coming to light, as parents of these vaccinated children have reported yet more injuries. The authorities in the area are shaken, as citizens set fire to a sanitary administration vehicle in a demonstration of their frustration and anger at the government’s negligence.[1]

“We wish that our children would get their health back,” shared the parent of a sick child.

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When the economic history of the recent period is written, it may well be that the year 2012 is regarded as having been almost as important as 2008.

The collapse of Lehman Brothers four-and-a-half years ago was the trigger that set in motion the breakdown of the global capitalist system. But the past year has made its own mark. It has seen the destruction of a series of fictions assiduously promoted by the spokesmen of the ruling elites in the wake of the onset of the global financial crisis.

First of all, it has exposed the claim that the world economy would somehow right itself through the operations of the business cycle, and that the “magic of the market” would come to the rescue. But well into the fifth year of the global breakdown, the financial system is being sustained only by the activities of the world’s major central banks, which are providing hundreds of billions of dollars to the major banks and finance houses through various forms of “quantitative easing”—a euphemism for printing money.

Far from creating the conditions for “recovery,” however, these operations are simply financing the accumulation of profits through speculation—the very thing that led to the collapse of 2008—and setting the stage for another crash.

Writing in Monday’s edition of the Financial Times, Mohamed El-Erian, the chief executive and co-chief investment officer of the giant bond trader Pimco, noted that “several asset classes now have highly manipulated prices due to experimental bank activities, both actual and signaled,” and that “this situation is reminiscent of 2006-07.”

The past 12 months have also put paid to the illusion that after a period of financial turbulence, “recovery” was just around the corner. All the data on the world economy point to continuing low growth or recession in all the major countries.

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“None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.”– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Below is the nine step process bankers have used to enslave us all with nary a peep of resistance until recent times. Hopefully recognition of this process can help us to free ourselves from the grip of bankers that wish to financially destroy us all.

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Ten major U.S. banks and mortgage companies will pay $8.5 billion to settle complaints that they improperly foreclosed on some homeowners, federal regulators announced Monday.

The settlement package includes $3.3 billion in direct payments to eligible owners and $5.2 billion in loan modifications, forgiveness of deficiency judgments and other assistance, according to announcements by the Federal Reserve and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC).

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A TV grab dated August 26, 2000 shows a nuclear reactor at Lucas Heights in south Sydney. Smoke was detected in an electrical substation at the rear of the Lucas Heights nuclear facility shortly after 10:30 am on Tuesday (2330 GMT Monday). There appeared to be no damage to the reactors.AFP © <p>A TV grab dated August 26, 2000 shows a nuclear reactor at Lucas Heights in south Sydney. Smoke was detected in an electrical substation at the rear of the Lucas Heights nuclear facility shortly after 10:30 am on Tuesday (2330 GMT Monday). There appeared to be no damage to the reactors.</p>

SYDNEY (AFP) – A fire broke out at a nuclear research reactor in Sydney, but authorities said the blaze was brought under control and there appeared to be no damage to the reactors.

The fire broke out as the city sweltered through a heatwave which has triggered dozens of bushfires, but the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) said the incident was not linked to the weather conditions.

The state fire service said smoke was detected in an electrical substation at the rear of the Lucas Heights nuclear facility in southern Sydney shortly after 10:30 am (2330 GMT Monday) but the source was yet to be found.

“There was smoke evident in two rooms, they’re doing smoke extraction and then they’re cooling,” a spokesman told AFP.

“Where there’s smoke there’s fire, obviously, but that’s all the information we have at this stage.”

Two fire crews and a hazardous materials unit were on the scene but the spokesman said it did not seem to be serious and there was not thought to be any danger to the reactors themselves.

ANSTO said on-site fire wardens “extinguished what was believed to be a fire in electrical wiring”, and that it posed no danger to the facility.

Lucas Heights is home to two reactors, the high flux Australian reactor which began operations in 1958 and is in the process of being decommissioned, and its successor the open pool Australian lightwater, or OPAL, which went live in 2006.

The main OPAL reactor was shut down as a precaution and will remain offline until deemed safe to resume operations, an ANSTO spokesman said.

“The OPAL reactor is shut down and is safe. The issue was dealt with within around one hour, no injuries have been reported, and there is no ongoing issue at the site,” he said.

The OPAL reactor does not produce power but is used to produce medical and industrial radioisotopes, irradiate silicon used in semi-conductors, conduct mineral analysis and other scientific research.

Temperatures in Sydney are expected to hit 43 degrees Celsius (109 Fahrenheit) Tuesday — the third-hottest mark in the city since records began.

“ANSTO is currently undertaking an investigation into the cause of the issue although it is not believed that it was linked to current weather conditions,” the spokesman said.

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The normal condition of man ruling over men resorts to the practice of coercive force. Statism so aptly reflects this system of compliance. When you strip away all the rhetoric and institutional validation, what is left is a doctrine of kingship. Governments are fashioned to exert control over people. Contemplate the intrinsic contradiction of this structure of dominance with the message of the Golden Rule.

“The Golden Rule is based on the principle Jesus Christ taught in Matthew 7:12 Therefore all things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them: for this is the law and the prophets.

The significance of Jesus Christ’s statement here is huge. What we call the Golden Rule is the summation of God’s entire way of life.”

Christianity professes that Jesus is divine. Earthly governments strive to minimize God’s authority and substitute temporal supremacy. “Fundamentally, the idea of Jesus being King of kings and Lord of lords means that there is no higher authority. His reign over all things is absolute and inviolable.” This refusal to submit and humble oneself to our supreme creator is the essence of the worldly nightmare.

The lessons from history are mostly ignored in the frantic diversions of modern life. Donald W. Miller, Jr., MD makes a perceptive observation in The Philosophical Basis of the Conflict Between Liberty and Statism.

“Plato was the first statist. He offers his vision of the ideal state in the Republic. An elite group of philosopher-rulers run it. They are wise and all knowing. The rulers are not accountable to the public, and they require absolute individual devotion and submission to the good of the state. In Plato’s republic only philosophers can have access to objective knowledge, philosophers being, as he puts it, people “who are capable of apprehending what is eternal and unchanging” — those few individuals who can sit down in a quiet place and think clearly. Everyone else, the rest of us, he describes as “those who are incapable of this [and] lose themselves and wander amid the multiplicities of multifarious things.”

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