Archive for June, 2011

The Issue Is …

June 20, 2011

 “The privilege of creating and issuing money is not only the supreme prerogative of Government, but it is the Government’s greatest creative opportunity. By the adoption of these principles, the long-felt want for a uniform medium will be satisfied. The taxpayers will be saved immense sums of interest, discounts and exchanges. The financing of all public enterprises, the maintenance of stable government and ordered progress, and the conduct of the Treasury will become matters of practical administration. The people can and will be furnished with a currency as safe as their own government. Money will cease to be the master and become the servant of humanity. Democracy will rise superior to the money power.”

— Abraham Lincoln

We are hard at work handing this power over to the European Central Bank
which is as far removed from democratic control as the rest of the criminal cartel.

The constitutional assembly has just made this transfer easier.

If a blind man leads a blind man, both will fall into a pit. (Matthew 15:14)

The Lost Science of Money
“Conspiracy” from the Congressional Record
The 13 Trillion Dollar Demonstration of Creativity
“Saving” the Bankrupt Banking Cartel at the Cost of Nations

Nobel descendant slams Economics prize
“Super” Mario a GS pro who turned tricks on Greece
Congressman Dennis Kucinich
Top 10 Media Manipulation Strategies

They call it representative democracy
Clarke & Dawe: Laughing as you sink!
Before It’s News

The Shape of Things to Come

June 17, 2011

The high court awards former bank manager his “pension”

After a couple of years at the bank, leaving behind him one of the more spectacular bankruptcies in the world and a devastated nation, the high court saw fit, not to part the governor from ‘his’ money. The banker awarded him self a totally silly amount of money, a “pension”, in the days before the banks insolvency.

Law technicians did not find any fault with him.

Is this the shape of things to come?

The Shape of Things to Come
“The Plan” is Now Live
Europe’s New Road to Serfdom

Dangers to the Rule of Law

June 15, 2011

The Common Criminal:

Miss handles incomprehensible sums of money
Is member of the political class
Has access to the best legal teams and law firms
Is supported by the best PR firms
Has access to all the mass media editors
Has hoards of supportive ideologs, bloggers and Defenders of the Faith
Is supported by a network of financiers
Appointed the judges
Plays bridge and golf with the judges
Appointed the chief of police
Appointed the prison warden
Dangerous legal presidence to the Rule of Law
Suffers Political witch hunt
Suffers outdated and unjust laws
Suffers bad health
Is innocent of all charges.
etc.

Common? Maybe Not.

Criminal law is not for political elites
Why Isn’t Wall Street in Jail?
The Best Way to Rob a Bank Is to Own One
Est-ce dans ce monde là que nous voulons vivre ?

Overdosing on Silence

June 12, 2011

In Manufacturing Consent (1988), Herman & Chomsky, presented the “Propaganda model” and it’s components: Agenda Setting by Predetermine, Select, Shape, Control and Restrict by: Selection of Topics, Distribution of Concerns, Emphasis, Framing of Issues, Filtering of Information and Bounding of Debate.

From September 2008 we have seen these unfold before our very eyes, but also a strong sense of inverse relationship between importance and relevance, claimed- and actual responsibility, crime and punishment.

What is almost entirely missing is the ‘Technical’ Bankruptcy of the Central Bank (CBI), easily the biggest, most costly and singular, with its political ramifications right at the top of the political sphere.

The SIC report, 21.4.3 The CBI, talks about ‘communication problems’ and, that, “it cannot be considered desirable to appoint former politicians as CBI Governors, as has been the practice at the CBI for many years.” (?)

The Special Prosecutor needs 3 – 4 years to investigate the banks, while the Central Bank gets Zero?

Who needs Aircraft Accident Investigations when the Banks are to big to fail, just like RMS Titanic.

The SIC Report
Propaganda model
The History Of Central Banks (US)
Bank Failures US (2008–present)

Webster Tarpley (2009)
[PDF] The Rape of the Mind

The Creative Evolution of Stupidity

June 11, 2011

In the early days of the meltdown we were told to be green with envy at Ireland, they had shelter in the EU and the Euro. To day curiously enough Ireland is nowhere to be found, nor any meaningful discussion of the EU-Euro “shelter” for the other PIGS.

However, we get informed ad nauseum that our own currency is more than useless, and that we will never get anywhere with it.

That the nation state is totally outdated and super Germany is the future in the new world order.

And that nationalism is one of our most ugly trades.

In short, hand over your independence.

Office workers from the Eu (elected by no one) tell us that it does not matter where the money the Banksters owe to Europe comes from, it has to be payed. Transmuting two party agreement failures onto a third party bystander is an swell legal trickery, probably invented by Rothschild who didn’t care who wrote the law, as long as he could issue the money.

The Four Horsemen
The Lost Science of Money
The Pain Caucus
Rigged Markets
Will ~ EU Central Bankers Destroy Democracy?

What do you do when the devil is dead?

June 10, 2011

 From The Real News Network: Lawrence Wilkerson, Collin Powell’s former Chief of Staff, reflects on his life journey…

Wilkerson: For Truth, Justice and the American Way
War is not About Truth, Justice and the American Way
Decline of the Empire
Predatory Capitalism and War for Oil

& The Revolution Business

Impeached PM launches PR Circus

June 8, 2011

* I’m innocent of all charges.
* All the judges are disqualified
* This abomination is a grave danger to the rule of law.
* I will take my case to the European Court of Human Rights.
* Political witch hunt by lefties.
* Heavy on me and my family.

Nothing Original or New just tried and tested PR drivel.

It is miraculous how innocent the marriage partners of politics and banking are in a country which experienced a total meltdown. Not a single politician or banker bears any responsibility. – It was all some unspecified alien force.

It is becoming increasingly clear, that no one belonging to the political class will face any consequence for their actions. The people will pay as usual, having no PR Firm to fend for them.

The SIC Report
Saksóknari Alþingis (Parliaments Prosecutor)

Shields-up for the Political Class
Inside Job
PR Watch
Perception management

What’s Wrong With the News?
Not for political elites
The Front Fell Off
How does the financial system work

A Systems Analysis Perspective

June 1, 2011

 Icelandic Economic Collapse
A Systems Analysis Perspective on financial, social and world system links

“We live in a time with ever increasing complexity in society and this is reflected in our lives becoming more complex and less easy to understand. Globalization has meant that events andcausal chains span larger distances, structures are less transparent and the way the world worksis becoming more difficult to understand. The Icelandic bank crisis, the co-occurring national financial collapse and world financial crisis was part of a larger set of linked events that are difficult to overview and penetrate.”

“The Icelandic economic collapse was real and very serious for a small country. Only by silent intervention of its Nordic neighbours were certain basic functions of supplying the country with essentials maintained. Without this, the situation for the Icelandic population would have been noticeably bad or even dangerous”
….
“After the financial collapse of the banks and later the state, the financial transactions and transfers were mapped out in detail in a Parliamentary Special Investigative Report (2010), including who was involved and their actions described as far as possible. However, these results are all outputs from an economic system where decisions were made somewhere else in the larger societal system. To come closer to the question of how and why the economic bubble could go so far, we also need to address the social dimension of the collapse.”

“One issue stands out clear from the global financial crisis, and that is that the there is no way back, the old system was flawed on a fundamental level, and the international financial and policy context is still very unsustainable. The whole world´s economic system, which is based on material resource consumption forever, has reached a limit we knew would be there somewhere in time, and which will eventually stop it (Meadows et al. 1972, 1992, 2005, Latouche 2007,Jackson 2009). Growth economics on a limited planet is unrealistic.”

University of Iceland

Icelandic Economic Collapse
A Systems Analysis Perspective on financial,
social and world system links
 (.pdf)

System dynamics
Causal loop diagram

“Anyone who believes that exponential growth can go on for ever in a finite
world is either a madman or an economist” ~ Kenneth Boulding

Al Bartlett: In Growth We Trust (the simple math 1 to 8 ) and
The Essential Exponential!

Related ?
The Four Horsemen
“The prostitution of the economics profession” [1].[2]
“not much to do with what the Constitution calls for.” [1].[2]
In the Valley of Elah