Friday, March 5, 2010

News, Links of the Day, Coming Third World War, Global Depression

National Strike April 15-16-17-18 ~ link



Tell the Global Banksters to go to Hell.

Iceland's Voters About To Tell Global Banksters To Shove It ~ link ~ link ~ The EU (based on some complicated rules) wants the residents of Iceland to bailout depositors in the United Kingdom who deposited money in an Icelandic bank that opened a subsidiary in the UK and then failed.The tab is £3.5 billion. The population of Iceland is only 320,000.

Greek Finance Ministry taken over by protesters ~ link

Clashes in front of Greek Parliament on Friday ~ link ~ also see ~ link ~ and ~ link

European Central Bank welcomes convincing steps by Greece to cut public safety net expenditures, to increase taxes, and to decrease wages ~ link ~ You just can't make this stuff up!

Moscow's First Tea Party ~ link ~
ImageWhen the global elite had perfected their world stage by making Barry Soetoro their main star to bring down the United States of America, were they planning ObamaCare in time for Easter 2010?

Dates are significant to the One World Order cabal, and now Easter Sunday will join Christmas Eve as the countdown to the Health Care bill.

Tyrants much tougher than the Pocket Messiah fell when they attempted the same strategy.

We take you back to May 1, 1990; to one of the global elitists now hovering in the dark of Obama’s corner.

It was May Day in Moscow, captured for posterity by Bill Keller in a special to the New York Times: ”President Mikhail S. Gorbachev and the Kremlin leadership were jeered today by throngs of protesters who were allowed to march through Red Square at the end of the annual May Day parade.”

Scribes of the day could easily have termed it “Moscow’s First Tea Party”.

Back to Keller: “The Soviet leaders watched in evident amazement from the top of Lenin’s mausoleum as (a) shouting, fist-shaking column milled underneath waving banners that condemned the Communist Party and the K.G.B., and supported Lithuania’s Declaration of Independence.

“Chants of “Resign!” and “Shame!” were largely drowned out by the blare of parade music, but foreign visitors who watched from the reviewing stand said they could clearly hear the shriek of hoots and whistles that rose up from the cobblestoned square as Mr. Gorbachev led the others off the mausoleum after enduring 25 minutes of protest.

Nothing Is Sacred In The Holy Land ~ link ~ PsyOps designed to drive things toward Regional War.

Stalemate in China-US Relations ~ link ~ Strained Relations Between USA and China ~ link ~ The groundwork is being laid for China to be on one side of WWIII and America on the other side.

Turkey recalls its Ambassador to America ~ link ~ The world is taking sides for the coming World War and the Illumunati are the ones directing things.

Goldman Sach's secret bets ~ link ~ These evil banksters should be in prison for the rest of their lives.

Transferring Risk from private banks to governments ~ link ~ If one were to want to destroy the world's economy and political institutions, one would do this. Wouldn't one!

Texas Police tell college students on Spring Break to stay away from Mexico ~ link ~ Mexico is a corrupt Third World nation whose poverty and levels of corruption and illegal drugs and gangs has gotten so out of hand that it is almost like a war zone.
"Mexican authorities report that more than 2,600 people were killed in Ciudad Juarez in 2009," the report states. "Additionally, this city of 1.3 million people experienced more than 16,000 car thefts and 1,900 carjackings in 2009. U.S. citizens should pay close attention to their surroundings while traveling in Ciudad Juarez, avoid isolated locations during late night and early morning hours, and remain alert to news reports."

"In order to combat violence, the government of Mexico has deployed military troops throughout the country.

Virginia becomes the first state to challenge Obama's health insurance mandate ~ link ~ The US Constitution does NOT give Congress and the President the right to demand that citizens enroll in private insurance plans. All rights not specifically given to the federal government are reserved to the states and to the people by the Constitution.

Pacific Pushback ~ link ~
The current row between Tokyo and Washington is no mere "Pacific squall," as Newsweek dismissively described it. After six decades of saying yes to everything the United States has demanded, Japan finally seems on the verge of saying no to something that matters greatly to Washington, and the relationship that Dwight D. Eisenhower once called an "indestructible alliance" is displaying ever more hairline fractures. Worse yet, from the Pentagon’s perspective, Japan’s resistance might prove infectious — one major reason why the United States is putting its alliance on the line over the closing of a single antiquated military base and the building of another of dubious strategic value.

U
S voting machine manufactures merger nears formal OK ~ link ~
He who controls the source code, controls the outcome of the election!

USA: The Next USSR style economic collapse - video ~ link

Gordon Brown: Iraq War was right and UK troops had all the equipment that they needed ~ link ~ Damn, I say again, you just can't make this stuff up!



Jazz - Joe Pass solo guitar - video ~ link

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good morning Lord Stirling,

I'm just going to ask... would you please explain how striking is going to send a message to TPTB?

I see some people encouraging this, but I am not seeing an explanation of how it works. Isn't this like cutting off your nose to spite your face? Don't most Americans work within a point system that dispassionately penalizes you for things like this? Might the unintended result be many people losing the job their families desperately need?

Thanks for reading

Lord Stirling said...

A massive nation wide strike is something that would be new to America. It would have a profound effect. At the very least, it would be a empowering (for the people) event, a beginning of a process to take back our nation. I am not sure what you mean about a point system. Most people can call in sick to the places of employment. In any case, even if you have to go to work, you can pass on spending any money during those days or as little as possible. Ultimately, this is about power, and there are 315 million Americans and only a few in power actively supporting the global banking cartel.
Stirling