CEOs of oil companies ‘should be prosecuted’
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Development decisions, whether made by public administrators in Montana or in the Third World are presently made within the parameters allowed for by the international capitalist economy. The structure of this economy allows for absentee land owners, transnational processors and their creditors to exploit resources and labor on a global scale. Local people who produce actual wealth with their labor are forced into price competition with workers half way around the globe and are left in poverty by those who control the means of production, processing and marketing of the goods they produce.
Poverty is the biggest drain on our natural resources. You cannot separate sustainable development from social equity – Maximo Kalaw, President of the Haribon foundation for the Conservation of Natural Resources in the Philippines
Intertwined with the social crisis is a crisis that has emerged directly from man’s exploitation of the planet – Murray Bookchin, The Concept of Social Ecology
The Philippines ranks 14th in terms of world food production, with just a fraction of the global population living on its soils. Yet, according to conservative World Bank statistics, 75% of its children are malnourished and 65% of all Filipinos live below the poverty line, 30 million of whom live in “absolute poverty”, not even able to satisfy basic needs. Read the rest of this entry »
Five weeks before the welcome end of the worst American Presidency in the history of the republic, el jeffe Bush did his best to go down as the Herbert Hoover of the new century, announcing with glee his traitorous plan to allow an “orderly bankruptcy” of the Big 3 American auto manufacturers - companies which formed the backbone of American industry since the early 1900′s.
Simultaneous to this Crown-inspired treason, Southern Senate Republicans - well-paid by the foreign auto-makers who have flocked to their retrograde states to avoid paying union wages - concurred. These are the very same people who parade around Washington playing “super patriot” when it comes to bombing civilian populations and feeding the military-industrial complex. But a ribbon on the bumper of your SUV doesn’t do shit for our misplaced troops, one of whom is my best friend whose convoy was attacked near Ramadi two years ago. Read the rest of this entry »
The success of the Obama Administration in bringing about meaningful change to America hinges on a total rebuke of the phony but much touted War on Terror, along with the entire Homeland Security gestapo that came along with it. The War on Terror was concocted by the Bush Mafia to justify the oil occupation of Iraq, the gas pipeline occupation of Afghanistan, and the shredding of our Constitution.
Unless one is willing to debunk the War on Terror there can be no exit from the fear-based reactionary politics that have decimated our Bill of Rights, bankrupted our Treasury through the buildup of Homeland Security apparatus, and pulled us into anti-democratic occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan.
The hard pill which the American people have yet to swallow is that now that the US occupation has ended in Iraq, Prime Minister Malaki will fall. Likewise, as soon as we pull all troops out of Afghanistan, Prime Minister Karzai is toast. The idiot Republican “look how great the surge worked” crowd, basking as ever in their Empirical delusions, will immediately blame these collapses on Obama-ordered withdrawals. Nothing will be further from the truth. Again. Read the rest of this entry »
With economic indicators heading south again, President Obama should be thinking big and using his momentum to “flood the zone” during his State of the Union address tonight. He should outline a New Deal-type stimulus package that will help the US economy out of the doldrums and he should get tough on the banksters that put us here.
The real issue underlying the 2008 economic collapse has yet to be dealt with. Until banks began acting like banks and lend money again, instead of gambling QE1-3 at the commodities bubble casino, the economy will be unable to count on the private sector to pull it out of its downward spiral. We need a massive New Deal to both provide work for people and to modernize out ailing infrastructure. Read the rest of this entry »
The most important change that the Obama administration can make is in our relationship with Israel and its Arab neighbors. I am guardedly optimistic that the Chuck Hagel nomination for Secretary of Defense foreshadows such a change.
For far too long Israel has dictated US foreign policy in the Middle East and elsewhere. This is because, as I outline in my book Big Oil & Their Bankers…, Israel is not so much a “Jewish homeland” as it is a creation of the Rothschild central banking monopoly which controls our Federal Reserve, the Bank of England, Royal Dutch Shell and scores of other financial and industrial behemoths. Read the rest of this entry »
One of the great things about traveling overseas is that you don’t tend to watch much television. Fine by me. I think if every American tossed their tube there would be a revolution inside of a week. It has long been the primary tool of the global elite in the brainwashing of the masses.
When we do have a room with a TV while travelling we are always struck by the varying quality of the international news channels. In Thailand we got Le Monde out of France, the British BBC, DW from Germany, China’s CCTV, Al Jazeera from Qatar, NHK out of Japan, as well as news channels from South Korea, Singapore, Indonesia, Russia and the US. Read the rest of this entry »
Insider stock selling by billionaires – including Warren Buffett and John Paulsen – this week indicate something big is about to happen, something that may make the 2008 credit crisis seem rather benign. Last week the governments of Russia and Germany called in their gold being “held” by the New York Federal Reserve.
A couple of years ago the IMF announced that it would begin liquidating its gold holdings- the world’s 3rd largest stash after the US and Germany. Buyers included the governments of India, Sri Lanka and Mauritius. Do you think the IMF would be selling gold at a market bottom? Bubble #1 about to burst – Gold. Read the rest of this entry »
A few years after witnessing loud fat illiterate Republican after-birthers making fools of themselves at town hall meetings where they decried “Obamacare”, I fully support a potato chip tax to pay for the deportation of all rapture-bound Evangelicals who wish to expatriate permanently to mother Israel for the big show.
The low point in the talk radio-driven mental mush came in New Jersey when a woman in a wheel chair was berated by a goon squad of 8th-grade educated repeaters who had probably all just come from their all-too-regular doctor’s visits billed to Medicare. I’ve traveled to 50 countries and can safely say that was the worst behavior I’ve ever seen. It was not even human. The other people in that room should have gotten up and kicked some ass on those scumbags. It’s the only thing a bully understands. Read the rest of this entry »
In 2010 as BP was beating a hasty retreat from its Gulf cleanup efforts, Exxon Mobil was busy dodging Montana opponents of its scheme to haul hugely-oversized South Korean-made equipment over the very twisty Lolo Pass. Officials from Exxon Mobil’s Canadian subsidiary Imperial Oil, aware of a loud and growing opposition, failed to show up at a Lolo City Council meeting.
The rigs were bound for oil tar sands mines in northern Alberta, where Peace River tribes are already being poisoned by this most environmentally destructive oil extraction process. Montana - ever a resource colony of the Eastern Establishment - was offered $86 million in highway funds by Imperial. That wouldn’t even have covered the cost of the asphalt needed to fix the roads on the heels of these passing monstrosities - asphalt which I assume would be purchased from another Exxon Mobil subsidiary if history is any sort of guide. Read the rest of this entry »
Last year’s terror alerts in Europe must be seen through the prism of a series of recent challenges to international banker hegemony. First, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad infuriated the Establishment when he stated before the United Nations that 911 was an inside job. The night before, he had embarrassed CNN talk show host Larry King, who predictably attempted to portray Ahmadinejad as a crazy. The Iranian leader turned the tables on the staunch Zionist King, wondering out loud why he seemed more concerned about Israel’s national security than he was about American interests.
Ever since White House environmental advisor Van Jones was forced to resign in September 2009 over comments he made regarding his suspicions of the 911 “official story”, 911 Truth activists have been targeted, intimidated and harassed. Now with the whole world watching, the ugly 911 truth genie was back out of the bottle. There was even word that a US military intelligence group had joined the 911 Truth quest. Read the rest of this entry »
With his K Street bosses heading for their collective put option exits this past week, Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-IN) found it in him to put down the whiskey bottle just long enough to summon his House legions back to Washington at 6:30 PM tomorrow night – just 30 hours before we are told we will careen over the dreaded fiscal cliff. Clutch move Boehner. Just don’t start crying.
Lame Democratic tendencies aside, any poor sap still duped by or enamored with the increasingly irrelevant political dinosaur known as the Republican Party couldn’t have helped notice the Grand Old Party’s solid allegiance to the International Banking Cartel. Yet they probably did miss this rerun. Stockholm Syndrome anyone?
Hail to the thieves. Lick more billionaire boots Whigs. Yes sir! Read the rest of this entry »
When I crossed the border from Botswana into Zimbabwe in 2009 I had travelled to 50 countries. This odyssey is chronicled in my book The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries. I feel fortunate to have been able to see so much of this beautiful planet, but really I planned it that way.
Ever since that first trip to Europe as trombone player in my high school jazz band, I was bound and determined that I would always have a cash reserve to pay for that next plane ticket and that I would never let a job get it the way of traveling. As such, any kind of “career” was out of the question. The act of travel was just too important.
Most people take vacations; a week in Cancun at some all-inclusive fenced in zoo, a few days at Disney World, a bus tour to Branson. Travel is different. Travel is no vacation. The root word of travel is the Latin “travail”, which means, “to suffer; to endure”. That 58-hour third-class train from Bombay to the southern tip of India qualified, as did that 46-hour hard seat-class number out of Shanghai. But with all the hardship comes a deep appreciation of humanity that I feel many Americans have lost in a fog of cynicism. Read the rest of this entry »
The global elite have, over the centuries, refined the techniques they employ to assure continued dominion over the resources of the planet. In the early days they simply crucified certain rebellious citizens, whilst sprinkling in the occasional peasant massacre to ensure a climate of fear and to thwart any challenge to their hegemony.
When this overtly bloody strategy provoked revolution in such disparate locales as France, America and Russia; and later Cuba, the Congo and Vietnam, the bloodline oligarchs shifted to a strategy of covert assassination and counter-revolutionary intrigues. But brutality is brutality, however subtle and disguised it may be.
So when this strategy failed to stem the tide of history, while provoking a democratic and thus subversive reaction amongst the populace, the international banking syndicate and its coterie of idle rich turned to psychological warfare. They learned that it is much easier to control a population through brainwashing than it is to mow down a more cognizant citizenry in the streets and risk backlash. The key, they learned, was to keep people docile, fearful and ignorant. Read the rest of this entry »
In July 2010 those poor billionaire chaps at the bloodsucking firm otherwise known as Goldman Sachs, admitted no fraud and got slapped with a $550 million fine by the SEC. Should have been ten times the money and jail time, but hey, these same guys stiffed us for a trillion in the “banker bailout” two years ago, so who’s counting. Read the rest of this entry »
Last column I asserted that the global Money Power controls people nowadays through psychological warfare. Put simply, they lie to people. As long as enough “sheeple” believe the lie, they can then be counted on to police the thoughts of any dissenters. This is a much easier control mechanism than the open violence that had marked the Money Power’s rule from the Dark Ages up until quite recently.
Last column I pinpointed one of their biggest lies: the might is right dominance paradigm, which portrays nature as a violent and dangerous place, a dog eat dog world where capitalism, colonialism, warfare and even slavery are “necessary evils”. This despite 100,000 years of relatively peaceful human existence which proves otherwise. Read the rest of this entry »
A few columns back I discussed the historical transition of the methodology employed by the global elite in their never-ending quest to control the people and resources of planet earth. Paramount is a shift from open confrontation with and violent suppression of liberation movements, to a more subtle form of psychological warfare waged via control and distortion of information, resulting in a misinformed, fearful and docile populace.
This battle for our minds takes many forms, but begins by inserting key philosophical premises into the public consensus. One of the most insidious of these is a neo-Darwinian worldview, which preaches “survival of the fittest” and reinforces the dominance paradigm. This fraudulent philosophical underpinning, which has become a sort of global religious cult, is used to justify all kinds of historical and present-day injustice and exploitation and needs to be deconstructed and discredited if we are to progress as a species.
Darwin’s expedition was funded by European nobility and he was himself a Freemason. Despite this elite bias, Darwin’s research led him to one very important conclusion, and it was not the “survival of the fittest” mantra which the global elite has since employed to justify everything from colonialism and slavery to private central banking and monopoly capitalism. Rather, Darwin’s central thesis was that the survival of a species was dependent on a high degree of cooperation within that species. Read the rest of this entry »
As Obama prepares for a 2nd term, there are signs that a Cabinet housecleaning may be underway. The controversies around CIA Director Petraeus and General Allen, and talk that Hillary Clinton will no longer be Secretary of State bode well for a less hawkish foreign policy.
But the people’s revolution to overthrow the parasitic Money Power has just begun. The 2008 Wall Street bailout further concentrated power in the hands of what I term in my book Big Oil & Their Bankers…, the Four Horsemen of US banking – JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Wells Fargo and Bank of America. As I write this, President-elect Obama is being swarmed by Illuminati operatives who will try to control the direction he moves this country. Read the rest of this entry »
It is now a certainty that Goldman Sachs banker Rajiv Gupta with be the first banker to serve prison time. Gupta helped the Wall Street behemoth handpick the most toxic US mortgages, before they sold them to third parties knowing that the housing market was about to crash. The charges state that both Gupta and Goldman misled not only the mostly European banks who bought these morgage-backed securities derivatives, but their own investor clients as well. But anyone who knows a thing or two about the history of Goldman Sachs should not be surprised.
For over a century Goldman Sachs has joined the Houses of Morgan, Rockefeller, Rothschild, Warburg and Lazard in lording over the US industrial base, profiting from boom and depression alike. In July 1929 Goldman launched the Shenandoah and Blue Ridge investment trusts, at a time when the burgeoning middle classes were eager to hop on the Wall Street easy money bandwagon. The Goldman Sachs Trading Corporation sold hundreds of millions of dollars worth of shares to public. They peaked at $104. All the while Goldman insiders were selling. By the fall of 1934 the shares were worth $1.75/each. One of the directors at both Shenandoah and Blue Ridge was Rockefeller cousin and later Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. Read the rest of this entry »
Yesterday British Petroleum agreed to pay $4.5 billion in fines and other payments to the US government, while pleading guilty to 14 criminal charges connected to the April 2010 disaster which resulted in nearly 5 million barrels of crude being spilled into the Gulf of Mexico. Eleven workers were killed aboard the Deepwater Horizon rig. The fine is the biggest single criminal fine in corporate history.
Weeks after the calamity, the British Establishment was still lecturing Americans on the perils of blasphemy in the colonies. Lord Norman Tebbit, former Thatcher Employment Secretary, had the temerity to accuse President Obama of “a crude, bigoted, xenophobic display of partisan political presidential petulance against a multinational company”. Sounds like the pot calling the kettle black.
Daily Mail columnist Geoffrey Wheatcroft accused our seditious president of “hypocritical as well as demagogic” criticism of BP. Wheatcroft then went on to recount a pattern of disrespect that the US has shown the British dating to 1812. Disrespect? I guess Mr. Wheatcroft isn’t content with the “special relationship” that calls for US soldiers to die and US taxpayers to get soaked, whilst Royal Dutch/Shell gets the first Iraqi oil contract and British Petroleum the second. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve backpacked my way through 50 countries on 6 continents over the past 20 years - many of them on numerous occasions - all the while bearing witness to the carnage that is US foreign policy. I chronicle this odyssey in my book The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries. Despite it all, never have I seen an American President been so beloved abroad as Barrack Obama.
A big part of this sentiment is tied to the good riddance of Bush the Lesser, who was considered a laughingstock, a Nazi or both in most quarters. What really rubbed people wrong was that we re-elected him. How stupid could we be? Fair question.
Another part of it is that Obama simply looks more like the rest of the world that any US President ever has. And despite his mistakes he is capable of humility – a highly undervalued virtue in the ”exceptional” America, but one which indigenous cultures have traditionally held in high regard. Read the rest of this entry »
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has good reasons for trying to shut down US investigations into corruption in his government. The Afghan aristocracy has always run the nation’s heroin trade. But it was the CIA that created it.
(What follows is excerpted from Chapter 8: Project Frankenstein: Afghanistan: Big Oil & Their Bankers…)
In 1933 King Mohammed Zaher Shah took the throne in Afghanistan, ruling the country in feudalistic fashion until he was deposed by his cousin Mohammed Daoud in 1973. A handful of families including the Karzais and the Kalilzidads (Zalmay Kalilzidad is US Ambassador to Afghanistan) owned nearly all arable land, while most Afghans languished amidst some of the planet’s worst poverty. Finally, they’d had enough. Read the rest of this entry »
Anyone familiar with Iraq’s historical defiance of the Rockefeller/Rothschild Oil Cartel would not have been surprised at the ferocity of Iraqi insurgents battling US occupation forces. Their frequent offensives were just the latest in a century-long history of attempts by Iraqis to free their country from the talons of the international bankers.
(What follows is excerpted from my book Big Oil & Their Bankers…: Chapter 12: The Gulf Oil War)
In 1776 the British East India Company set up headquarters at what is now Kuwait. When Kuwaiti members of the al-Sabah clan helped Ottoman Turks quell uprisings in southern Iraq, the Shiek of the Muntafiq tribe gave the al-Sabahs date groves near Fao and Sufiyeh in southern Iraq. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve seen more than a few bizarre US election campaigns in my life. In 2004 when Barrack Obama won his Illinois US Senate seat, I won the Democratic primary for Congress across the big muddy river in Missouri’s 8th District. I lost the general election to Republican Jo Ann Emerson’s Corporate PAC-Money Machine- she raised $1 million to my $17,000. Refusing to accept corporate money, I never had a chance, but we stirred it up and built a more progressive Democratic Party in the 8th that still exists today.
The main event featured Bush the Draft Dodger vs. Kerry the Vietnam Vet. The Fox News “yellow ribbon on their minivan” crowd predictably picked the coward. Their beloved smirker loved to talk tough, so long as other people fought his wars. He was just like them. Yellow was a good choice of colors. Read the rest of this entry »
On June 24, 2010 Australian Labor Party Prime Minister Kevin Rudd was forced to suddenly step down. Rudd’s undoing came after weeks of ads run by multinational mining giants Rio Tinto and BHP Billiton convinced voters that a 40% tax Rudd has proposed on mining companies is a bad idea. God forbid the Australian public gets a little something for their minerals. Read the rest of this entry »
Since America’s inception there has been a lingering notion that European Illuminati bankers seek to bring America to its knees and return it to the fold of the Crown of England, which centuries ago became the key political vassal for the Eight Families who own majority stock in every private central bank in the world- Rothschild, Rockefeller, Kuhn Loeb, Lehman, Goldman Sachs, Warburg, Lazard and Israel Moses Seif .
Many US Presidents warned of the intrigues of the cabal, including George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, John Quincy Adams; and later Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy. The latter two were assassinated for trying to nationalize the Federal Reserve via the issuance of Treasury Department-backed (publicly-issued) currency. As cited in my Big Oil & Their Bankers… book and by others, the Eight Families own 52% of the New York Federal Reserve Bank, far and away the most powerful Fed Bank. Their ownership is disguised under names like JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley. Read the rest of this entry »
Fox News is best understood as a Saudi/Israeli psyop progam to destroy America by encouraging stupidity, arrogance and the much more incidious and corrosive combination of these two. This should not surprise, since the largest shareholder in the Newscorp/Wall Street Journal/Fox News psyop is Zionist Rupert Murdoch. The second largest stakeholder is Saudi Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal. American subservience to Israeli interests is well-documented. Less well-known is the Saudi role as paymaster for Mossad/MI6/CIA intrigues worldwide.
Both the Muslim Brotherhood House of Saud and Cabalist Israel were created by their Freemason brethren at British intelligence. The inbred Illuminati banker oligarchy runs all three secret societies and controls the global economy via central bank monopoly and hegemony over oil, arms and drug trades. This Rothschild-led cabal of trillionaire Satanists despises equally people of all faiths – be they Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist or animist. The trick is to keep us off-balance, ignorant and divided. Thus their strawmen wear many hats. Read the rest of this entry »
(Excerpted from The Grateful Unrich…Chapter 2: Sandinistas)
It is better to see something one time than to hear it one hundred times - Japanese proverb
Miraflores Cooperative, Nicaragua – August 3, 1986
We arrive in the box of a dump truck to a lush, fertile area near the Honduran border. We are guests in the Sandino section of this potato cooperative, which was decimated by a contra attack on May 20th. The CIA-backed terrorists came in the night- burning homes, cutting babies from pregnant women, castrating and skinning men alive. They tacked the head of a respected village leader to a post at the cooperative entrance and blew up a warehouse full of seed potatoes which had just been harvested. Read the rest of this entry »
(Excerpted from Big Oil & Their Bankers: Chapter 17: Caspian Sea Oil Grab)
According to Kurt Wulff of the oil investment firm McDep Associates, the Four Horsemen, romping in their new Far East pastures, saw asset increases from 1988-1994 as follows: Exxon Mobil- 54%, Chevron Texaco- 74%, Royal Dutch/Shell- 52% and BP Amoco- 54%. Big Oil had more than doubled its collective assets in six short years.
This quantum leap in global power had everything to do with the takeover of the old Soviet oil patch and the subsequent impoverishment of its birthright owners. Read the rest of this entry »
(Excerpted from The Grateful Unrich: Chapter 11: Sushi, Day Work & Crazy Horse)
Honolulu’s homeless hoards gather at the city’s parks to bed down for another 65 degree night. The nightly parade of shopping carts, garbage bags and tattered sheets keeps watch over seedy Waikiki like a sentinel- as if beckoning to the conscience of the revelers, who prepare for another night of opulence and orgy.
Japanese investors continue to swallow up real estate in the islands, driving prices beyond the reach of locals, evicting delinquent tenants, usurping native Hawaiian land and destroying small businesses. Even this oasis has given much ground regarding its old wise ways, now sold to the highest most ignorant new bidder. The neon tourist glow of Waikiki is like a beacon of darkness and a death knell to homeless and native Hawaiian alike. Read the rest of this entry »
President Obama’s 2012 State of the Union address was geared towards refuting Republican claims that he is some kind of “European socialist” hostile to the “free market”. Had they the capacity to utilize facts in their purely ideological narrative, the Grand Old Party of doom & gloom would have realized that nearly all European countries have been under conservative control for the past decade – their collective supply-side economics experiment now teetering on the brink of another financial meltdown akin to what decades of Reagan/Bush policies brought the US in 2008.
Of particular interest were Obama’s remarks on energy, as he laid to rest the 2,000 job, no oil for the US, Keystone Pipeline fiasco by citing increased US oil exploration, integral government-funded natural gas extraction research and the need for clean energy. Read the rest of this entry »
Several Occupy Wall Street splinter groups are now coalescing around a set of political demands. One that is long overdue and enjoys unanimous support is campaign finance reform. All the formulas that I have seen center on publicly funded elections. While this would be a huge step in the right direction, I would like to propose a very simple and more radical idea which would truly be a campaign finance revolution.
American elections in their current form constitute nothing less than an auction, where billionaire banksters use a variety of corporate and PAC fronts to appoint the person they believe will be most subservient to their agenda.
In nearly every election at every level the candidate who raises the most money wins. Period. Why bother allowing people to even vote? Simply crown the candidate who raises the most money victor and drop the pretense that democracy exists in America. The voting process simply legitimizes the fraud. Read the rest of this entry »
Morning Liberty Show: Interview with Dean Henderson highlighting the book ” Big Oil & Their Bankers In the Persian Gulf “
Four Horsemen of Banking – Four Horsemen of Oil Companies – Eight Families who now rule the world – their Global Intelligence – Narcotics and C I A Terror Network Brittain and Israel are still the enemies of America. Nazi International is at the center of the Alluminati Powerful Book to read… – uncovers their names and organizations…
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Backed by the billions of the financial parasite class, carnival barker Republicans prevailed yesterday. Though none of the suckers in the crowd went home with a stuffed animal, they gleefully bent over and licked every fascist boot they could find on the way out. So, there will be more economic pain- more foreclosures, more layoffs, more record profits for Wall Street, more stuffed animal bargains at yard sales. As Mark Twain once said, “It’s not that there are too many idiots in the room. It’s that lightning strikes too infrequently.” Read the rest of this entry »
It’s clear that the gold-hoarding international bankers are bent on destroying America. They are Nazis, so the black, left-leaning Obama provides the perfect fall guy. There is only one rabbit which Obama can pull out of the hat to prevent both his and our imminent demise. He must nationalize the Federal Reserve. And he must do it soon after his second term begins.. Read the rest of this entry »
Last column I discussed the historical transition of the methodology employed by the global elite in their never-ending quest to control the people and resources of planet earth. Paramount is a shift from open confrontation with and violent suppression of liberation movements, to more subtle forms of psychological warfare waged via control and distortion of information via mass media.
The inbred global elite have, over the centuries, refined the techniques they employ to assure continued dominion over the resources of the planet. In the early days the crowned heads publicly crucified and tortured rebellious citizens, sprinkling in the occasional bloody peasant massacre when things got dicey. These open displays of barbarism ensured a climate of fear which thwarted any challenge to their hegemony. Read the rest of this entry »
One of the key figures in the circulation of the film Innocence of Muslims, concurrent with the UAE-sponsored al Qaeda attack on the US Embassy in Libya, was Pastor Terry Jones – the national embarrassment from Gainesville, Florida, whose hobbies include burning copies of the Koran. Read the rest of this entry »
A couple years ago the corporate media cartel was fixated on divisive tales of misplaced mosques and Glenn Beck kindergarten revival gatherings- this one in the “tens of thousands”. That meant 90,000 illiterates max. or as few as 20,000 of these frightened homophobic morons. Much of what little exists of progressive media chose to air their own endless dronings of the 8% of Americans who were gullible enough to fall for the laughable Mr. Beck and his corporate funded Tea Party schtick. Read the rest of this entry »
The global elite know that energy is paramount to life. Control over energy means control over people. Four giant companies are now making a play to own not just all the oil, but virtually all energy sources on the planet. In my book Big Oil & Their Bankers…, I dub them the Four Horsemen. They are Royal Dutch/Shell, Exxon Mobil, Chevron Texaco & BP Amoco. Read the rest of this entry »
Exxon Mobil reported a 91% jump in 2nd quarter profits, while Chevron Texaco saw profits triple due to “higher energy prices”. But the military half of the industrial complex had a terrible week. A US audit revealed that the Pentagon is unable to account for more than $9 billion in Iraqi Treasury money they received to pay for “reconstruction” contracts. Bechtel? Halliburton? Little Dick Cheney? Read the rest of this entry »
On that now infamous day of April 20, 2010, BP’s Deepwater Horizon rig was flying the flag of the Marshall Islands in our Gulf of Mexico, so that the rig’s owner Transocean could dodge its US tax bill. Read the rest of this entry »
The Wall Street Journal reported with glee how Dow Chemical, Dupont, Bayer, BASF and Syngenta are about to cash in on the failure of rival (more like cartel member) Monsanto’s Round-Up glycophosphate herbicide to kill the weeds it promised to. Read the rest of this entry »
Timing is everything. No sooner was Obama re-elected than the Illuminati reared its ugly warhead. While Kissinger’s International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) attempted to again discredit Iran, the Israeli terrorist state showed us again why we should cancel all aid and cut ties with this ridiculous version of a country. Their disproportionate attacks on Gaza are only the latest display of aggression from the Zionist entity. Read the rest of this entry »