Sunday, 8 September 2013


A bit of Pepe, before the NUN SLAYS THE DRAGON (absent any REAL MEN save ONE (still alive) inside the USA!

Pipeline Politics and the Syrian War - Pepe Escobar

Confronting Chemical Lies Syria - Mother Agnes Mariam

Mother Agnes Mariam is a Carmelite nun who has been living and working in Syria for the past 19 years. Now, she is seeking to set the record straight on the lies and disinformation that is driving the NATO powers toward war against the people of Syria. This is the GRTV Feature Interview with our special guest, Mother Agnes Mariam de la Croix.

Revenge, is a dish, best served cold! ;)  Hey Agnes .... we DID tell them!

Sister Charlotte - Entire Testimony - Confessions of a Roman Catholic Nun

But then comes along INSANITY ON A GLOBAL SCALE 2 END HUMANity!
TWEET #OccupyTheBanks  RT

Trapped in a Web of Debt and a Derivatives Time Bomb

"Bernanke's patting himself on the back right now -- at least with respect to Consumer Price Inflation, which came in at precisely the two percent official Fed target. For those of us who don't eat food or drive a car, the number was a bit smaller: one point seven percent. Previously, Bernanke touted himself in front of the Senate as having one of the best inflation record of any Fed Chairman in the modern era.

Unfortunately, some other economic data was released -- specifically regarding manufacturing -- that has sent the stock market tumbling. Two Fed surveys -- one by the New York Fed, the other in Philadelphia -- disappointed greatly. Seems, producers of "stuff" are shipping less of it, orders are going unfulfilled, and inventories are being drawn down -- meaning less "stuff" production. In other words, the markets are not going to like a September tapering by the Fed.

And, yesterday marked a new development in the debit card interchage fee fight. Remember free checking? Well, that's a perk most banks can't afford since the Fed capped retail swipe fees. But two weeks ago a federal judge threw out the rule saying they're still too high. Now the courts are saying not only do they have to lower the debit fees further, but banks may also have to reimburse merchants for the difference. So you can expect further unintended consequences to your checking accounts.

And circling the economic news wagon, it turns out China and Japan aren't "liking" Uncle Sam's debt. That's right, according to the US Treasury itself, its two largest creditor nations just dumped $42 billion of US debt -- the most in years. Thank goodness for the Fed QE backstop -- unless we take the tapering comments to heart. Don't worry, Bernanke is bluffing.

Youth unemployment is above 16 percent in the US. And recent graduates are clamoring to get work experience-- even if it means working for free. However, this trend of unpaid internships may have some unintended consequences for income inequality. Justine presents the case of unpaid interns. Then Bob talks with Ellen Brown, author of "Web of Debt" and more recently "The Public Bank Solution". Finally Bob duels Thom Hartmann of the Big Picture on the current financial crisis."

Source: GRTV


The White Rabbit!  

Operations PRONTO U Human!

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