This is well worth a watch….buy gold but don’t buy tungsten that’s gold plated ….
These two stories are definately related I feel….
9-11 WTC Biggest Gold Heist in History: $300 Billion in Bars
9-11 WTC Biggest Gold Heist in History:
Loose Change Watch Video Here: documents the true purpose of the “False Flag” 9-11 attack on America, perhaps the greatest treasonous crime in modern history. Turns out is was also likely the biggest gold heist in history… crimes which are all quite familiar to the Bush Crime/CIA Family. Including bank & S&L bailout scams…
This 9/11 was a carefully planned operation, involving Zionist Bankers, the CIA, Mossad, the US Military. Insurance Fraud, Insuder trading, the Mossad agents who planted the bombs, and the Military who used auto pilot to fly the planes into the towers. The theives who made off with the gold knew which way out to escape It was a massive operation, they already knew who they were going to blame, and planted passports they had stolen months before.
Bob Chapman from the International Forecaster explains the debacle. Like ‘Climategate’ this story is getting nearly ZERO coverage. It seems to me, that this should be front page news…Investigate this story, it is rich, and there are a lot of opinions. I tend to think this will explode. Will anyone go to jail? I doubt it, seems like a guy can go to jail for smoking a reefer, but to rip off the world, no big deal. What a joke. Bob Chapman’s website: http://www.theinternationalforecaster.com/
Christmas shoppers across the country face disruption today as activists protesting against tax avoidance stage high street demonstrations.
There have been lots of comments from people whom I think are not fully aware of the Tax Avoidance that goes on in this country. George Osbourne, has cash in the Virgin Islands for one. I recommend that people see The Corporation to help fully understand the level of the situation. See Trailer Here:
Hope they’ll be protesting towards Bono and the rest of U2 who evade Irish tax !!
Thousands of protesters are expected to target Vodafone and Topshop outlets in more than 50 town and city centres on one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
The protests are being organised by UK Uncut, a group which has received backing from senior Labour politicians. The biggest sit-ins are likely to be held in London’s West End, where more than 500,000 shoppers are expected.
One group of protesters is planning to mount a mock sports day at Topshop on Oxford Street to highlight cuts in sport funding at schools, while Vodafone’s nearby flagship outlet will see a silent “read in” to highlight cuts to libraries.
In Brighton, the UK Uncut group is promising a “disruptive tour of Brighton’s biggest tax dodgers”, while Oxford is staging a “Tax Dodger Grand Prix” fronted with pictures of Lewis Hamilton, the British Formula One driver who moved to Switzerland.
Daniel Garvin, of UK Uncut, said the group was aware that high streets would be extremely busy. “So far, members of the public have been very supportive, but we don’t want to disrupt people too much,” he said.
“The London protests will be limited to two hours, and we hope to keep shoppers informed about what’s happening.”
UK Uncut, which has grown rapidly through social media such as Facebook and Twitter, claims a clampdown on corporate tax avoidance could bring the government an extra £25bn a year, greatly reducing the need for spending cuts.
Jace Tyrrell, a spokesman for the New West End Company, which represents retailers, said: “This is the busiest shopping district in Europe. Anything that disrupts the trading environment and shoppers and staff is not welcome.”
Topshop is owned by Sir Philip Green, whose business five years ago paid a £1.2 billion dividend to his wife, Tina, who resides in Monaco.
Vodafone settled a long-running dispute with the HM Revenue & Customs by paying a £1.2 billion tax bill earlier this year. The company has denied being let off a £6 billion tax bill.
A great clip in memory of dear Marty Feldman….
Clip joint: henchmen
Let’s show some Christmas spirit towards these much maligned minions with their emotional baggage and superior masters. From the Grauniad… More Here:
Top hencho … Marty Feldman’s Igor in Young Frankenstein
Saturday December 18th 2010
‘In layman’s terms what Alexandrov and his team discovered is that the resonant effects of the THz waves bombarding humans unzips the double-stranded DNA molecule. This ripping apart of the twisted chain of DNA creates bubbles between the genes that can interfere with the processes of life itself: normal DNA replication and critical gene expression.
Other studies have not discovered this deadly effect on the DNA because the research only investigated ordinary resonant effects.’
While the application of scientific knowledge creates technology, sometimes the technology is later redefined by science. Such is the case with terahertz (THz) radiation, the energy waves that drive the technology of the TSA: back scatter airport scanners.
Emerging THz technological applications
THz waves are found between microwaves and infrared on the electromagnetic spectrum. This type of radiation was chosen for security devices because it can penetrate matter such as clothing, wood, paper and other porous material that’s non-conducting.
This type of radiation seems less threatening because it doesn’t penetrate deeply into the body and is believed to be harmless to both people and animals.
THz waves may have applications beyond security devices. Research has been done to determine the feasibility of using the radiation to detect tumors underneath the skin and for analyzing the chemical properties of various materials and compounds. The potential marketplace for THz driven technological applications may generate many billions of dollars in revenue.
Because of the potential profits, intense research on THz waves and applications has mushroomed over the last decade.
The past several years the possible health risks from cumulative exposure to THz waves was mostly dismissed. Experts pointed to THz photons and explained that they are not strong enough to ionize atoms or molecules; nor are they able to break the chains of chemical bonds. They assert—and it is true—that while higher energy photons like ultraviolet rays and X-rays are harmful, the lower energy ones like terahertz waves are basically harmless. [Softpedia.com]
While that is true, there are other biophysics at work. Some studies have shown that THZ can cause great genetic harm, while other similar studies have shown no such evidence of deleterious affects.
Boian Alexandrov at the Center for Nonlinear Studies at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico recently published an abstract with colleagues, “DNA Breathing Dynamics in the Presence of a Terahertz Field ” that reveals very disturbing—even shocking—evidence that the THz waves generated by TSA scanners is significantly damaging the DNA of the people being directed through the machines, and the TSA workers that are in close proximity to the scanners throughout their workday.
From the abstracts own synopsis:
“We consider the influence of a terahertz field on the breathing dynamics of double-stranded DNA. We model the spontaneous formation of spatially localized openings of a damped and driven DNA chain, and find that linear instabilities lead to dynamic dimerization, while true local strand separations require a threshold amplitude mechanism. Based on our results we argue that a specific terahertz radiation exposure may significantly affect the natural dynamics of DNA, and thereby influence intricate molecular processes involved in gene expression and DNA replication.”
In layman’s terms what Alexandrov and his team discovered is that the resonant effects of the THz waves bombarding humans unzips the double-stranded DNA molecule. This ripping apart of the twisted chain of DNA creates bubbles between the genes that can interfere with the processes of life itself: normal DNA replication and critical gene expression.
Other studies have not discovered this deadly effect on the DNA because the research only investigated ordinary resonant effects.
Nonlinear resonance, however, is capable of such damage and this sheds light on the genotoxic effects inherent in the utilization of THz waves upon living tissue. The team emphasizes in their abstract that the effects are probabilistic rather than deterministic.
Unfortunately, DNA damage is not limited only to THz wave exposure. Other research has been done that reveals lower frequency microwaves used by cell phones and Wi-Fi cause some harm to DNA over time as well. ["Single- and double-strand DNA breaks in rat brain cells after acute exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation."] //Terrance Aym
- November 28th, 2009 10:19 pm ET
Dr. Zamboni who has come up with a possible simple solution to MS
(from Dr. Zamboni’s official website)
“I am confident that this could be a revolution for the research and diagnosis of multiple sclerosis,” said Dr. Zamboni, who is the professor of medicine at the University of Ferrara in Italy, and has done the procedure on his wife, Elena, who was diagnosed with MS in 1995 at the age of 37.
The doctor said he was determined to find a cure for the illness that strikes people in the prime of their lives but whose causes are unknown and whose effective treatments are few. He looked at the disease in a different way, not as an autoimmune condition, but as a vascular disease.
Now, there is a great deal of interest in his research, and the CCSVI, or Chronic Cerebro-Spinal Venous Insufficiency, which means that he believes that MS is caused by an excessive build-up of iron in the brain, and by unblocking blood vessels to the brain it eliminates what triggers the disease.
Researchers around the world are reacting to these new claims:
* In Canada, the MS Society is now looking for proposals that research funding on Zamboni’s theory.
* The University of Buffalo is trying to replicate his work. Dr. Robert Zivadinov already launched plans to recruit 1,100 patients with MS and 600 other volunteers as controls who are either healthy or have neurological diseases other than MS. Using Doppler ultrasound, they will scan the patients to see if they can find any blockages within the veins of the neck and brain.
* In Europe, scientists are using the research to try to understand the overall causes of MS.
BBC’s director general says rules on impartiality on television are outdated in internet era and advocates opinionated journalism.
guardian.co.uk, Friday 17 December 2010
Mark Thompson, the BBC‘s director general, said British broadcasters should be free to launch an equivalent to Fox News in the UK because existing rules to guarantee impartiality in television were becoming outdated in the era of the internet.
Thompson, while speaking at a Whitehall seminar on impartiality in broadcasting, said that as the distinction between the web and television collapses, it no longer makes sense for public service broadcasters such as the BBC, ITV and Channel 4, to have a “monopoly” over the airwaves.
The director general said: “There was a logic in allowing impartial broadcasters to have a monopoly of the broadcasting space. But in the future, maybe there should be a broad range of choices? Why shouldn’t the public be able to see and hear, as well as read, a range of opinionated journalism and then make up their own mind what they think about it?
“The BBC and Channel 4 have a history of clearly labelled polemical programmes. But why not entire polemical channels which have got stronger opinions? I find the argument persuasive.”
So unexpected was Thompson’s intervention that his remarks caught some of the BBC’s best known journalists unawares. Nick Robinson, the BBC’s political editor, who chaired the debate on Thursday evening, admitted the DG’s plea for regulatory liberalisation had “slightly taken me by surprise”.
Thompson said that the BBC News services would remain impartial, but he added that views regarded as “extreme” could and should be broadcast by the BBC even within the current rules on impartiality.
The BBC had been, historically, “weak and nervous” about airing debates about immigration and Europe, he said – but added that he believed the public broadcaster had forced the main parties to discuss immigration during the 2010 election campaign. He promised that there would be more space for “extreme and radical perspectives” on the BBC, which one day could become common views.
In the US, strong opinion had won the ratings battle, with the right-wing Fox News getting a larger audience than CNN, Thompson said. But that needn’t be replicated in Britain. “I don’t believe that necessarily means you get the dire consequences that some people see in America. Having a broader range of channels would actually strengthen that enduring tradition of impartial journalism across BBC, ITN and Channel 4. They would continue to be trusted.
“Impartiality is sovereign for the BBC. The premium on impartiality would grow. But I’m not convinced that the public service broadcasters need to have a monopoly over news for ever.” During the debate it was suggested the Daily Mail newspaper should be free to set up its own opinionated news station if it so wished.
Ironically, Thompson’s proposal makes him an ally of the Murdoch family. The BBC director general told the audience that Rupert Murdoch had told him he would like Sky News to go down a polemical “Fox-style” route – but that the editors of the channel had brushed off his wishes.
Kelvin MacKenzie, the former editor of the Sun, also on the seminar panel, said he should be able to host a debate about immigration or Britain pulling out of Europe without having to present a countervailing point of view.
MacKenzie said he had recently discussed with David Cameron his own idea for a radio “free for all”, with talk stations allowed to say what they want, free from Ofcom regulation. The prime minister apparently replied “erm…” and then said it was an interesting idea for radio but the experiment probably wasn’t suitable for television.
Here is a comment I like from this article on the Grauns website….. See Private Eye for many similar examples..
We’ve 24 hour rolling news channels which manage to somehow shoehorn three stories into a day, with endless shots of reporters outside buildings who don’t have any details as yet, Huw, and tracking shots of the Ministers car just coming through the lights there. Oh, they’re on amber, his car’s stopped. Thought the driver was going to go for it there, Huw. We’ve got satellite news and internet news and SMS news and still, somehow, we learn less than we did from a half hour bulletin twenty years ago. The public is exposed to more and more news but is less informed than ever because the quality of that news is low-grade, dumbed down, infotainment, computer graphic-laden shit.
The last thing we need is a channel full of splenetic gobshites unloading lies, prejudice and distortion on the public, and lowering the level of public debate even further.
As for you, Thompson, do your job. Hire some reporters, put some backbone back into the news, un-dumb Panorama, Question Time, Newsnight, get some rigour into 24, stop pissing cash away on vanity projects and kick yourself in the backside for thinking this latest idea is anything other than contemptible.
Some 36 years ago Der Spiegel expected a new ice age. Here are some extracts from the article that appeared on the 12th August 1974. Article in German Here:
Friday, December 17, 2010
An increased frequency in extreme weather events, a cooling North Atlantic, and growing Arctic sea ice were viewed as signs of climate change. The odds of a warmer climate in the future, according to one scientist, were “at best 1 in 10,000″ (see below). That’s what Der Spiegel wrote about in a 3700-word article back in 1974, warning the world of a coming ice age.
In that issue Der Spiegel described a series of ”weather extremes” occurring all over the world, claiming they were unmistakable signs of a climate change to cooling: deluges of rain in West Germany, severe thunderstorms that uprooted trees and blew off roofs in Berlin, the worst storm in 100 years devastating much of Lower Saxony, hurricane Agnes inflicting 3 billion dollars in damage, floods in Japan and Peru, temperatures in Argentina, India and South Africa dropping to their lowest levels in 300 years.
Back in 1974, in its introduction, Der Spiegel wrote:
It’s the same type of stuff we’re hearing today from the hysterical media. As Der Spiegel wrote, there were signs of climate change happening everywhere, and the world was seriously threatened. Scientists and experts were forecasting widespread global suffering and that billions could die. Today, thirty six years later, we see they were all wrong.
To provide an overview, look at the North Atlantic Oscillation 36 years ago (dark blue line is CET, orange/light blue is NAO). Back in 1974 one expert said the warming that followed had only a 1 in 10,000 chance of happening:
North Atlantic Oscillation index compared with Central England Temperature winter record, 1860-2010
North Atlantic Oscillation index compared with CET winter record, 1860-2010 (CET graph source: http://climate4you.com/ ).
Today life is far better as a whole than what the doomsayers projected – thanks to technology, and to the warming that ensued – against the 10,000 to 1 odds. Strange how governments, media and activists want to return to those cold and miserable days that Der Spiegel complained about in 1974. Back then they were unanimous in saying warmer was better.
Der Spiegel wrote that the signs of cooling were detected in the North Atlantic:
At the latest since 1960, in the NorthAtlantic, meteorologists and climate scientists have believed that something is wrong with the vast system of the global weather: The earthly climate they believe is on the verge of changing over… First measurements showed a cooling of the North Atlantic. There the ocean temperature dropped over the last 20 years from 12°C on average to 11.5°C.
And the Arctic ice was growing at an alarming rate (ignoring man’s emissions of GHG, apparently):
Meanwhile the ice pack and glacier-covered area of the northern hemisphere grew by about 12%, at the Arctic Circle the coldest temperatures in 200 years were recorded.