”For NATO, the Turkish problem is turning into a nightmare.”
¨and some economists suggest that China’s manufacturing workforce may be 20 million workers larger than the official total.¨ (1)
Jim Willie: ¨(…) in 1999 the Clinton Admin granted Most Favored Nation status to China that took many observers off guard. With it came the immediate promise of significant direct foreign investment. On the one side, the low cost solution was pitched to the American public. It seemed like a much bigger systemically large NAFTA destructive grenade. Nobody discussed the down side, not of the certain risk. The USEconomy would most assuredly lose legitimate wealth engines, and become hopelessly dependent upon both asset bubbles and debt to a much greater extent.¨ (2)
“There are vast political and military and secret police conflicts…”
“Though the conflicting elites and agencies are carrying all of these vast struggles out in great secrecy, with leaks in the vast Media Warfare involved in all of this, and struggles cut in many directions and change over time, some general properties of the Big Picture of the struggles for power now seem reasonably clear.
The top U.S. military people in the Army and Navy and many officers and grunts at all levels are clearly extremely angry at the political leaders who are largely fighting each other to a state of near paralysis.” – Jack D. Douglas (emphasis added)
LPAC – October 27, 2012 – President Obama’s killer drone program is about to come under scrutiny from the UN Human Rights Council, announced Ben Emmerson QC, the UN Special Rapporteur on the promotion and implementation of human rights and fundamental freedoms while countering terrorism, during a speech delivered yesterday at Harvard University Law School. Emmerson reported that a dedicated investigative unit will be set up in Geneva to examine the legality of drone attacks in cases where civilians are killed in so-called “targeted” counter-terrorism operations.
Emmerson’s colleague on the Human Rights Council, South African lawyer Christoph Heyns, the UN Special Rapporteur for extrajudical killings, issued a report, last summer, sharply critical of the U.S. drone program, and warned that war crimes may have been committed in the process of carrying it out. (emphasis added) Continue reading
US under pressure over drone raids
Aug 20, 2012
The United Nations has called on the US to release the footage of its deadly assassination drone strikes in different parts of the globe or face an international inquiry.
UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism Ben Emmerson said on Sunday that the US is coming under mounting global pressure over its use of assassination drones, adding that he is preparing a report on the issue for the next session of the Human Rights Council in March.
Retired four-star general and former Democratic Presidential candidate Wesley Clark criticizes the course of U.S. foreign policy in the wake of September 11, 2001.
¨What happened in 9/11… we had a policy coup in this country. A COUP. A policy coup. Some hard nose people took over the direction of american policy and they never bothered to inform the rest of us.¨
¨Wolfowitz and Cheney and Rumsfeld and you can name a half dozen collaborators from the Project for a New American Century. They wanted us (the military) to destabilize the Middle East, turn it upside down, make it under our control.¨
Westley Clark, Four-Star General, U.S. Army (Ret.)
Former NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe (1997-2000)
“…Canada is now tied to United States cybersecurity strategies through commitments in the joint perimeter security Initiative. If the CISPA vision is adopted in the United States, Canadians can expect similar strategies to appear soon after.” Katitza Rodriguez
Speech against Raising the Debt Ceiling by 1.2 Trillion – Jan 18 2012CongressmanRonPaul
Economy squeezed as Debt accelerates
By Ron Paul
February 27, 2012
Senator Jeff Sessions, ranking member of the Senate Budget Committee has pointed out that our per capita government debt is already larger than Greece’s. Per person, our government owes over $49,000 compared to $38,937 per Greek citizen. Our debt has just reached 101% of our Gross Domestic Product. Our creditors see this and have quietly slowed down or stopped their lending to us. As a result, the Federal Reserve has been outright monetizing debt as a way to patch things together and keep the economy on life support a little longer. There is rapidly shrinking demand for our debt, and confidence in the dollar is falling. This phenomenon is hidden only by the fact that confidence in all other fiat currencies is falling faster. Continue reading
Rodney Shakespeare, London-based professor of binary economics says the United States economy is “moving totally out of control” as new data shows that the amount of money the U.S. central bank printed out back in 2009 to shore up the American bankrupt financial system was much higher than publicly announced.
Jefferson County, Alabama: Another Victim of Derivatives
November 14, 2011
Jefferson County, Alabama, filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy on Oct. 9, in the largest municipal bankruptcy filing in U.S. history. The county–which contains Birmingham, the state’s largest city–is but the latest in a series of municipal governments destroyed by derivatives. How much of this destruction are we going to tolerate before we reign in the criminality of the financial markets?
From the authors of the video: “This is a quick bite of an interview we are planning on using in an upcoming documentary project about the collapse of the U.S. economy. I had the chance to interview Gerald and one of the most important things he talked about as a solution to all our problems was our own morality. It’s a simple concept but unfortunately it is overlooked way too often.”
Ex-Governor Jesse Ventura follows the money to get to the truth
” in August, a new all time record number of Americans,
or 45.8 million, relied on food stamps for sustenance.”
Tyler Durden, ZeroHedge.com
“A review of published data from U.S. agencies, NATO and independent researchers show that at least 5,742 people have been murdered by U.S. forces since January 2009. At least 1,877 of them have been killed by unmanned drones” Larouchepac
The United Nation “calls for an immediate end to the blockade on Cuba. It was approved with 187 votes for, 2 against (United States and Israel) and 3 abstentions (Marshall Islands, Republic of Palau and the Federated States of Micronesia – U.S. satellite, but still not repeating the vote against, abstaining instead).” Pravda.ru
“Almost no one else supports the embargo, and it is time to assess whether it is still in the US’s best interests.The embargo on Cuba represents the most comprehensive set of economic sanctions the US imposes on any nation in the world.“ Marin Katusa, Casey Energy Opportunities (1)