Putin Threatens Military Intervention in Ukraine; Obama’s Hypocritical Response


“Obama’s Hypocrisy:

Two wrongs don’t make a right but it’s certainly fair to point out the “US is supporting, at minimum, non-state militias in Syria”. How many other places?

We only like intervention when we do it.

Assuming one believes that Russia is indeed directly supporting militias in Ukraine (something that is arguably debatable), at least Russia has a vested interest given that it borders Ukraine.

Russia fears US missiles and military buildups in Eastern Europe, as well it should. After all, the US did renege on promises not to expand NATO into Eastern Europe.”

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Dollar dying; multi-polar world in offing


From ‘PressTVBy F. William Engdahl.

An excellent coverage of the real world and the current unrest in Ukraine. The enormous repercussions of the Western world, per the US hegemony and out-of-control leaders, on the already disastrous global financial state.

Washington’s decision to go for the military coup in Ukraine was intended to rupture the emerging cooperation between key Eurasian nations that ultimately would have isolated the power of US hegemony and opened the door for a genuine multi-polar world where peaceful cooperation replaced military threats and sole Superpower domination.

The very rich and powerful families who control the US military industry complex reacted by trying to revert to their tried strategy of re-activating a new Cold War that paints Russia as evil and tries to cripple or severely weaken her. Ultimately it was a stupid decision being implemented by very stupid people, who believe they are very smart.

One of the unintended consequences of their stupidity is the fact that because of the foolish US decision to impose economic sanctions on Russia over Crimea’s annexation, Washington has forced Moscow to react by selling Gazprom bonds not in the dollar market but rather in the fast-emerging Chinese Yuan. The US has just shot itself in the foot.

OAO Gazprom, the world’s biggest natural-gas producer, plans to issue Chinese Yuan-denominated debt in the coming days. Because of Obama Administration sanction threats, the interest rate for Gazprom debt in dollars is rising dramatically while that of Yuan debt is falling, making it attractive to issue the Yuan debt.  But this is a decision that makes more than business sense. It accelerates a trend by Russia, China, Iran and other countries to abandon the US dollar as world central bank and trade reserve currency.

Wars with other countries’ money

The role of the US dollar as the world’s leading reserve currency is more than a status symbol. Since the creation of the Bretton Woods monetary order in 1944, the role of the dollar as reserve currency has been at the center of American power. After August 1971, when Nixon ended the convertibility of foreign-held dollars for US Federal Reserve gold stocks, the dollar has been a fiat currency whose relative value has fluctuated up and down.

Today, despite the worst economic depression in the USA since the 1930’s and despite three decades of US trade deficit, combined with a soaring Government debt that is now over 103% of GDP, the US Government is able to finance wars in Syria, Libya, Afghanistan and elsewhere because of the reserve currency role. Other trading nations like China or Russia who buy or sell dollar-priced
goods must have dollars for trade, so their central banks invest their trade surpluses into “safe” US Treasury bonds.

Ironically, that has in effect meant that the US has been able until recently to finance its foreign wars and trillion dollar military budget using Chinese, Russian and other nations’ dollars.

When the Euro threatened the reserve currency status of the dollar in 2010 as Washington ran annual trillion dollar+ budget deficits, the Chinese and others began buying bonds denominated in Euros instead to diversify their risk of a possible US default.

To prevent the emergence of the Euro, Washington launched a financial warfare operation using key Wall Street banks like Goldman Sachs and JP MorganChase together with the US-based credit rating agencies Standard & Poors and Moodys and the US Federal Reserve to prevent the shift to the Euro. It was called the “Greek Crisis.” The Euro fell and the dollar was suddenly “safe haven…”, for a while.

But other national central banks took notice that the dollar was losing its value, as Washington continued to print money without limit, in order to rescue the bankrupt Wall Street banks with what the Federal Reserve calls Quantitative Easing.

China, Russia and other major trading nations have quietly begun to develop alternatives to using the US dollar for their bilateral trade.

Dramatic shift in dollar role

A new report by the International Monetary Fund reveals a dramatic shift in the role of the US dollar as reserve currency. Some 23 countries today report holding Chinese Yuan as official reserves. That, despite the fact the Yen, much like the French Franc after World War II, is not yet fully convertible into other currencies. The Chinese are moving to convertibility in very carefully measured steps.

Not only do 23 other central banks hold Yuan officially, twelve more have invested in Yuan without officially declaring so.

The most dramatic point in the IMF report is the fact that the relative role of the US dollar in central bank reserves is rapidly declining. Yes, the dollar is still the largest reserve currency. But whereas in 2000 some 55% of all reserves worldwide were in US dollars, today it has declined to 33%. And the trend is accelerating. The IMF does not list the Yuan as an official reserve currency as it is not yet convertible. In its statistics the Yuan falls under the category “other currencies.” The Other Currency share according to the IMF has doubled since the US invasion of Iraq in 2003.

In recent years the central bank of China has been buying gold in huge amounts to prepare for Yuan becoming a fully convertible currency. Now, with Russian companies increasingly looking east to China and Asia generally, the shift away from the dollar could accelerate dramatically, forcing US interest rates sharply higher and significantly increasing the pressures on Washington’s government spending.

The foolish Obama sanctions threats against Moscow are simply accelerating the refocus of giant Russian companies like Gazprom and Norlisk Nickel to the huge Asian market. Russian mining companies, including OAO GMK Norilsk Nickel, the world’s largest producer of nickel, are stepping up activities in Asian markets in the last month.

A China-Iran-Russia Triangle

The NATO-led Ukraine coup and ensuing crisis have dramatically accelerated the trend not only by Russian companies to look east. Other nations realize they could someday be target of Washington sanctions and are looking to lessen their dollar exposure. Iran and Russia recently announced a huge barter deal that allows the two to skirt US-imposed economic sanctions.

On April 2, the two countries agreed a barter deal that would reportedly be worth up to $20 billion, enabling Tehran to boost vital energy exports in defiance of Western sanctions. Reportedly Moscow would buy up to 500,000 barrels a day of Iranian oil in exchange for Russian equipment and goods. Russian technical assistance in building two new nuclear plants in Iran are reported part of the deal, as well as purchases of various metals and perhaps Russian missiles.  The dollar, of course, would play no role. Washington was furious, but why should Russia or Teheran obey US-dictated measures of economic warfare when both now are being attacked by them?

Read the complete article here.

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Broken promises: ABC under attack (Australia)


Remember when, on election eve, Prime Minister Tony Abbott told Australia there’d be no cuts to the ABC or SBS? Or how he declared his a: “no surprises, no excuses” government; assuring us there’d be “no broken promises”?

From ‘GetUp Australia’, this video, hopefully an embarrassment to our esteemed leader who seems to suffer from memory lapses. That, or else, a compulsion to lie to the Australian people.

 

 

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War Comes Home


Have to agree with this.
War breeds a psychotic absence of apathy and respect for human life. Even without psychological damage to combat soldiers, they have been brainwashed to treat others without value.
It appears to be the same thing with the US police and militia forces – they treat ordinary people with complete disregard for human values and dignity. They seem to have no concept of responsibility to others.
This is frightening stuff!
The fact that returned soldiers are treated by the authorities as of no value unless they are out killing and maiming in the name of “democracy” and “defence of country” does nothing to help. They are treated like second-rate citizens when home and, if not already damaged, soon become so.

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Gardasil: Are you paying for your own bullet?


Featured Image -- 16155This article is by far the best supporting information I have seen, justifying my being critical about vaccination programs, in particular the HPV case, where the factors encouraging doubts are much clearer. As the article mentions in referring to the book author, Dr. Bernhard Dalbergue,

For the first time a person within the system describes the methods which are used including cheating, embezzlement and brainwashing.

From ‘Sane Vax‘, By Sandy Lunoe, Guest Author.

The temperature of the heated controversy concerning Gardasil was recently raised even more when Dr. Bernhard Dalbergue (France), former pharmaceutical industry physician with Merck, recently predicted that the vaccine will become the greatest medical scandal of all times.

In an interview in the April 2014 issue (no. 66) of the magazine Principes de Santé (Health Principles), Dr. Dalbergue, who has worked for over twenty years with the industry, describes the widespread corruption and his concern that the health of patients is sacrificed on the altar of profitability.

Dr. Dalbergue stated:

I predict that Gardasil will become the greatest medical scandal of all times because at some point in time, the evidence will add up to prove that this vaccine has absolutely no effect on cervical cancer and that all the very many adverse effects which destroy lives and even kill, serve no other purpose than to generate profit for the manufacturers.

According to Dr. Dalbergue the pharmaceutical industry has hardened considerably during the last decade, as shown by increased violations of ethics, manipulation of clinical trial data, widespread corruption, gross conflicts of interest and generally less emphasis on pharmacovigilance.

The anti-inflammatory drug Vioxx, where Merck hid evidence for years about the dangers, is but one example of the industry’s ethical degradation. Tens of thousands of deaths due to cardiovascular complications were caused by Vioxx before it was removed from the market. Merck then made a change in the molecule of the active substance in Vioxx and produced a replacement drug, Arcoxia which is widely marketed and is suspected of possibly being as dangerous as Vioxx.

When Gardasil first appeared on the market it was said by many that the vaccine was “Merck’s new Vioxx”. Some interpreted this as implying that the vaccine would be a new blockbuster. Others suspected that it meant that Gardasil would, like Vioxx, be a scandal involving tens of thousands of injuries and many deaths across the world.

Tragically, there are signals that Dr.Dalbergue’s prediction may become true.

Dr. Dalbergue went on to explain:

The full extent of the Gardasil scandal needs to be assessed: decision makers and many others knew when this vaccine was released on the American market that it would prove to be useless – and it costs a fortune!

Diane Harper, a major opinion leader in the United States, was one of the first to question several aspects regarding this vaccine.

When asked why Gardasil is not being withdrawn from the market Dr. Dalbergue replied:

There is far too much financial interest for these medicines to be withdrawn.”

Regarding vaccines in general, Dr. Dalbergue stated:

Cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome, paralysis of the lower limbs, vaccine-induced MS and vaccine-induced encephalitis may be induced, whatever the vaccine

Dr. Dalbergue compared the price which vaccine injured patients may be forced to pay to the way dissidents are dealt with in China, saying: 

In China, dissidents are executed with a single shot of a bullet to the neck and executions are broadcast on television.  Worse still, the victim’s families are made to pay for the bullet used.  In my opinion, 18,000 to 30,000 deaths in France caused by medicines are the same: the patients are made to pay for the bullet which kills them.

Dr. Dalbergue is author of the newly published book Omerta Dans Les Labos Pharmaceutiques” (Omerta in pharmaceutical labs). For the first time a person within the system describes the methods which are used including cheating, embezzlement and brainwashing.

I have taken the liberty of reproducing basically the whole article and apologize if doing the wrong thing by either the author(s) or ‘Sane Vax‘.

The source article is linked here, where a link to the original French is provided.

‘Sane Vax’ has this mission statement “The Sane Vax Mission is to promote only Safe, Affordable, Necessary & Effective vaccines and vaccination practices through education and information.” So they have a very commonsense approach to these issues and are not “condemning” vaccinations in general.

They appear to mirror my suspicion of areas which include unproven efficacy, unproven safety, inadequate field reporting, unbalanced information to doctors, unacceptable influence in/over regulatory bodies including government departments, excessive zeal in making profits, and what appears at times, to be a lesser priority over patient welfare than is expected by consumers. In the extreme, it is difficult to completely discount a possible association with a suspected population control agenda.

The article’s author is very provocative in referring to China’s method of dealing with dissidents and France’s degree of medical industry “collateral damage”. If a reader wishes to challenge those statements, or any other aspects of this post, please do not hesitate to comment on this blog.

Related Articles:

The Hate Debate – (http://www.livingwhole.org), highly recommended.

“The “science” of vaccination attempts to secure immunity without going through the natural disease process. The vaccine-induced process, although not resembling a natural disease, is nevertheless still a disease process with its own risks. And it is not immunity we gain via vaccination but a puny surrogate of immunity. For this reason vaccination is neither a safe nor effective method of disease prevention.” Dr. Tetyana Obukhanych PhD in immunology and author of “Vaccine Illusion.”

This high percentage of individuals having long-term immunity [to natural chicken pox] has been compromised by mass vaccination of children which provides at best 70 to 90% immunity that is temporary and of unknown duration—shifting chickenpox to a more vulnerable adult population where chickenpox carries 20 times more risk of death and 15 times more risk of hospitalization compared to children. Add to this the adverse effects of both the chickenpox and shingles vaccines as well as the potential for increased risk of shingles for an estimated 30 to 50 years among adults. – Dr. Goldberg Ph.D also confirmed by a study in the New England Journal of Medicine. “

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It’s not Russia that is destabilising Ukraine


Please do not be brainwashed by the media and the NATO leaders.

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Golden Apron – Shots! Shots! Shots!


Ken McMurtrie:

A commonsense article, based on the author’s personal experience but including a lot of relevant technical, medical information regarding studies and observations. Very sound reading.

Originally posted on Marbles in a Jar:

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Hello readers! I got bored with business because I realized that currently my job sort of rocks and school is kicking my butt. So this week we’re going to do things a little differently, and talk about a completely different but also controversial topic.

Show of hands, how many in the audience received at least one vaccine between the ages of three and ten years old? I’m just kidding, I can’t see your hands! According to Bahar Gholiphur, a writer for LiveScience.com, 95 percent of kindergarteners last year had already received vaccines against mumps, rubella, and measles. I was also vaccinated at that age against chicken pox. My six younger siblings, on the other hand, have never seen the inside of a doctor’s office. I understand to some of you this may be shocking or even unsettling information. It’s common, and even a social standard in our country for us…

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Military Cancer


Extremely hard-hitting and graphic.
In its concentration of the main issue, it may leave room for a question or two. However the theme is clear and correct.
I believe that the ongoing war extremism is completely out of hand, far in excess of any sensible justification and truly represents a “cancer’ on this earth.

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Is This The Healthiest Diet On Earth?


 A post on Facebook linked this article and it seems well worth reading.  The blog is called “Modern Health Monk” belonging to

I like his style and commonsense advice and information.

Here follows an extract from the article,  which, in its entirety, is linked here.

#3 It takes too much thinking

Why the hell would you want to have to sit down and ponder for 5 minutes when considering eating a food? “Hmmm is this part of my diet?”

The one rule here is logic: eat food that looks like it was grown on this planet (and not in a factory).

So What Do I Eat?

Real Food Infographic Without Headline

Part 1: Awesome Foods -Eat As Much As You Want, When You Want

Real food!

  • Drinks without calories (Water, Coffee, Tea). I basically drink coffee in the morning, then drink tea and water throughout the day. Coffee is fine, but for some people it can cause that kind of queasy feeling in the stomach. Always drink it with food in your stomach, and not on an empty stomach. Coffee actually stimulates the stomach to produce more acid – which is normally fine in most people, but if you have tummy issues, you might want to cut down or drink it less strong (heresy, I know).
  • Protein — Chicken, fish, eggs (Grass fed). Stick with grass fed meats and animal proteins because they are higher in the good stuff and lower in the bad stuff.  Better Omega 6:3 ratios.  Cattle tend to have their fatty acid ratios messed up when they are fed grain for too long.
  • Vegetables - Eat these bad boys all day long.
  • Nuts, seeds - A fantastic snack. Protein + fat = you feel full forever.  They are high in calories though, so make sure you aren’t eating cupfuls.

Part 2: Chill Bro! Take it Easy On These – Safe to Eat Regularly But Reduce For Fat Loss:

Chill Bro! Take it Easy on These Foods

  • Whole grains. Many people think they are getting healthy by eating vast quantities of whole grains, but in reality they’re finding themselves with a high-carbohydrate high-sugar diet.  Also, many people are gluten intolerant and don’t even know it — I don’t eat any bread or pasta anymore because of this. It took me until I was 24 (and a lot of illness & medical testing) to find out. Sometimes you don’t know how good you’ll feel until you eliminate something.
  • Brown Rice - If you are eating clean but still aren’t dropping weight (and you eat a lot of rice or whole grains) cut down the amount of rice.
  • Sweet potatoes/potatoes - High calorie/carb. Fine normally, but for extra fat loss cut down on these.
  • Fruits & Fruit Juices - Just get rid of fruit juices altogether, eat fruits sparingly
  • Alcohol - Alcohol is fine to drink (don’t be an idiot…), but know that beer has more carbohydrates than wine. If you’re obviously out boozing alot and getting a spare tire, you already know what you need to do.

Part 3: Eat These and You Will Die (Slowly)

  • Things in packages - This is basically the entire center of the grocery store. Aisles 1-15. All shitty “food.” I’m not even really going to go into things you should specifically avoid because I don’t want you wasting your time. Avoid things in packages as best as you can. The scary thing is that even foods marketed as “health foods” contain dyes, aspartame, acesulfame potassium, and many other things you don’t want to be consuming.
  • Refined Carbohydrates - White bread, white flour, white rice. White things.  Refined flours started out as whole grains – and then the husk and bran (all the stuff with nutrients, fiber, etc.) was removed. Then it’s bleached so it can be white. The same is true of white rice which is bleached then polished.  White rice is a staple all over the world because it’s more attractive, shelf stable, and cooks quicker — not because it’s healthier or “more natural.”
  • Obviously Fake Non-Foods - Things you know you should not be eating. Sodas & soft drinks, chips and packaged garbage, oreos and milanos (save those just for break-up times.)

No Starvation, No Calorie Counting, No Hunger.

I want to bring up one key point here, as to why I’m so against the low calorie movement (which doesn’t work, anyway) – if we naturally ate what we wanted, when we wanted, until we were full, but we still gained weight and got fat, how would we still be here as a species today?

This is why I want to draw you to the idea that “it’s not how much you eat, it’s what you eat.” Let’s face it, if cave men were chomping down on doritos and pasta 2 million years ago, we might not be here today. Or we would be born diabetic with never before seen rates of Cancer and heart disease.

Calorie restriction doesn’t make sense though – because how would people before us have known what to each – and how much – without digital scales, charts, guidelines, dieting advice, etc.? They didn’t have all that.  They just ate when they felt hungry and ate until they didn’t any longer.

Usually when people transition to eating real food, they find themselves eating until they’re full but still losing weight. That’s how it’s supposed to be.

Fortunately, reducing calories, counting calories, splitting hairs & cutting down on fat are not a part of this lifestyle, because they don’t work.

Eat Food When You Want To

One of the key things is that you will eat when you want, you will feel full, and you will still lose weight.

“What!? How is that possible!!” You might ask.

“Real food” is often 1/10th the caloric load of fake food you find in the center of the grocery story. It also is often naturally low-sugar, and (sometimes) low-carbohydrate.

Remember how protein and fat naturally keep you full much longer than carbohydrates or sugar and thus reduce overeating?

You would have to eat an immense amount of protein, fat, and plants to get anything near the same caloric load as a bag of chips or a large candy bar – but you’ll stay full WAY longer. Plus it’d be nearly impossible to eat that much protein because of how quickly it signals to your body that “it’s full.”

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Australian government may ban environmental boycotts


This is not the “government for the people” speaking, it is the “government by and for the bankers and industry”.

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