Saturday, July 24, 2010

News, Disaster Warfare, Links of the Day, Coming Third World War, BP Gulf Oil Disaster, BioWar, Global Depression

Powerful prayer to St. Michael the Archangel - video ~ link

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Day 96
of the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Disaster ~ Disaster Warfare Against America and the World by the Global Banking Families

Photo gallery of BP Oil Disaster ~ link

Photos of wildlife of the Gulf Oil Disaster ~ link

Gulf Oil Disaster Tracker ~ link

Corexit is Killing the Gulf - Part I - video ~ link ~ Part II ~ link

Requiem for the Gulf of Mexico - video ~ link

Dr. Bill Deagle of NutriMedical Report and 'Clay and Iron' are doing a 5-day per week video news update with Lord Stirling by subscription.
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We are the first in the World to break the story of the Loop Current failing and the Gulf Stream beginning to break apart as well. We have several stories on this grave danger to the entire planet on our subscription news video service. To take a subscription and view these news videos and future ones go to the above Clay & Iron and NutriMedical sites.

We got lucky! Tropical Storm Bonnie was effectively destroyed going across southern Florida and is now no longer a tropical storm as its remnants travel across the eastern Gulf of Mexico. We need to thank God for this and use this to prepare for the next storm this season, which may not work out so well.

At least six 'seeps' found near Rigel methane deposits southwest of BP oil blowout ~ link ~
Several seeps southwest of the BP blow-out were first reported on June 21, 2010 by scientists aboard the R/V Thomas Jefferson. The seepage “appears to be natural gas” (methane) according to the NOAA report.

Did these seeps exist before BP began exploration of the doomed Macondo prospect?

Former Shell Oil executive and current Berkeley engineering professor Robert Bea is “troubled that we’re just now hearing about seeps three kilometers away, because a survey of the seabed conducted before BP drilled its well didn’t indicate anything like that,” according to the Times-Picayune.

He said, “There was nothing that indicated the presence of such a seep… I wonder why we’re just now finding that out?”

Bea has “very little confidence in what’s been said publicly about the seeps.”

Is the Rigel gas field flowing IN to BP's blown-out well? ~ link

One undersea oil plume stretches 50 miles ~ link

Ahmadinejad Says Medvedev Has Joined 'US Plot' Against Iran ~ link ~
Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad says Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has turned against Tehran and joined the United States in spreading lies about its nuclear program.

Iran's ISNA news agency quoted Ahmadinejad as saying on July 23 that Medvedev entered a "propaganda drama" directed by Washington by saying last week that Iran is getting closer to being able to develop nuclear weapons.

Renewed American Threats: Building a Pretext to Wage War on North Korea? ~ link ~

North Korea threatens 'nuclear war' over troop exercises ~ link ~ The nut jobs in North Korea are always making crazy statements for attention. If a war brakes out in the Koreans, the way that America will most likely fight it is to carpet bomb the North with 20 or so small to medium sized nukes, at key facilities and use neutron bombs along the border.

"The army and people of the [North] will legitimately counter with their powerful nuclear deterrence the largest-ever nuclear war exercises," the commission said in a statement run on the state-run Korean Central News Agency.

Pyongyang routinely threatens war when its southern neighbour and the US hold joint military exercises. South Korea's defence ministry said no unusual North Korean military movements were detected.

Operation Invincible Spirit, which begins tomorrow, will involve 8,000 US and South Korean troops, 200 aircraft and 20 ships, including the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier the USS George Washington.

Sixteen reported killed in US missile strike in Pakistan ~ link ~

Zardari: Pakistan and India should withdraw troops from Siachen Glacier ~ link ~ This area is very dangerous and could trigger a nuclear war between India and Pakistan.

Venezuela Warns Colombia Against Inciting a Conflict ~ link ~ All movements for creating the coming Latin American War Theater to WWIII. Also see: Chavez on Abkhazia and South Ossetia ~ link ~ Whose interests is Chavez serving, his nation's or the Illumunati by inciting war?

Russia has worst drought in 130 years and heat wave that is wilting crops and the nation ~ link ~ Russia's worst drought in 130 years became a political issue Friday as the Kremlin held an emergency meeting to combat the impacts of a month long heat wave that is shriveling crops, forcing up food prices, and causing hundreds of drownings as Russians jump into rivers to escape heat funneled up from North Africa.

With crops failing across Russia's Black soil belt, and vegetable gardens wilting outside suburban dachas, first deputy prime minister Victor Zubkov warned against price gouging, saying "There are absolutely no grounds for price hikes of food."

As Russia struggles in the embrace of the worst drought since 1880, the Kremlin worries that food prices will shoot up, blowing apart inflation targets for this year, a year before parliamentary elections.

Russia's Grain Producers Union recently forecast a 20 percent drop in the nation's grain harvest. Coming from the world's fourth largest wheat producer, this report contributed to a 25-percent spike in world wheat prices in July. To ease pressure on prices, the Kremlin started last week to sell grain from its massive stockpiles.

15 Killed in mass panic at Germany's "Love Parade" ~ link ~ A stampede inside a tunnel crowded with techno music fans crushed 15 people to death and injured dozens at the Love Parade festival in western Germany on Saturday.

Other revelers initially kept partying at the event in Duisburg, near Duesseldorf, unaware of the deadly panic that started when police tried to prevent thousands more people from entering the already-jammed parade grounds.

Police are still trying to determine exactly what happened at the event that drew hundreds of thousands of people, but the situation was "very chaotic," police commissioner Juergen Kieskemper said.

United Kingdom Plans to Decentralize National Health Care ~ link ~ Even as the new coalition government said it would make enormous cuts in the public sector, it initially promised to leave health care alone. But in one of its most surprising moves so far, it has done the opposite, proposing what would be the most radical reorganization of the National Health Service, as the system is called, since its inception in 1948.

Practical details of the plan are still sketchy. But its aim is clear: to shift control of England’s $160 billion annual health budget from a centralized bureaucracy to doctors at the local level. Under the plan, $100 billion to $125 billion a year would be meted out to general practitioners, who would use the money to buy services from hospitals and other health care providers.

The plan would also shrink the bureaucratic apparatus, in keeping with the government’s goal to effect $30 billion in “efficiency savings” in the health budget by 2014 and to reduce administrative costs by 45 percent. Tens of thousands of jobs would be lost because layers of bureaucracy would be abolished.

Putin arrives in Ukraine for talks with Yanukovych ~ link ~ Since the voters kicked out the neocon government, Russia and the Ukraine are one good terms.

Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin arrived in Ukraine with President Viktor Yanukovych

Obama's 'pay czar' won't go after banks for $1.6 Billion in compensation to top executives of bailed-out banks ~ link ~ Billions and trillions for the banksters, crap for the citizens!

Why the US Need Not Fear a sovereign Debt Crisis: Unlike Greece, It Is Actually Sovereign ~ link ~

America cannot actually suffer from a sovereign debt crisis. Why? Because it has no sovereign debt. As Wikipedia explains:

“A sovereign bond is a bond issued by a national government. The term usually refers to bonds issued in foreign currencies, while bonds issued by national governments in the country’s own currency are referred to as government bonds. The total amount owed to the holders of the sovereign bonds is called sovereign debt.”

Damon Vrabel, of the Council on Renewal in Seattle, concludes:

“[T]he sovereign debt crisis . . . is a fabrication of the Ivy League, Wall Street, and erudite periodicals like the Financial Times of London. . . . It seems ridiculous to point this out, but sovereign debt implies sovereignty. Right? Well, if countries are sovereign, then how could they be required to be in debt to private banking institutions? How could they be so easily attacked by the likes of George Soros, JP Morgan Chase, and Goldman Sachs? Why would they be subjugated to the whims of auctions and traders? A true sovereign is in debt to nobody . . . .”

Unlike Greece and other EU members, which are forbidden to issue their own currencies or borrow from their own central banks, the U.S. government can solve its debt crisis by the simple expedient of either printing the money it needs directly, or borrowing it from its own central bank, which prints the money. The current term of art for this maneuver is “quantitative easing,” and Ferguson says it is what has so far “stood between the US and larger bond yields” – that, and China’s massive purchases of U.S. Treasuries. Both are winding down now, he warns, renewing the hazard of a sovereign debt crisis.

Canadian CF-18 fighter jet crashes as it prepared for air show in Alberta ~ link ~ Pilot is OK.

Two more plead guilty in Obama student loan case ~ link ~ The US government seems to be very concerned about keeping something in Obama's background his citizenship!

Two former employees of a U.S. Department of Education contractor in Iowa have pleaded guilty to illegally viewing President Barack Obama's student loan records.

Julie Kline of Ainsworth, Iowa, pleaded guilty Friday to exceeding authorized computer access. Gary Grenell of Iowa City pleaded guilty to the charge July 12. Both face up to one year in prison and a $100,000 fine.

An Honest Look at Obama's First Year ~ link ~

Federal judge unlikely to block all of Arizona's immigration law ~ link ~
Bolton did make one thing clear: She has no intention of invalidating the entire law but is considering halting the enactment of a handful of its 14 sections.

Penguin deaths on Brazil's beaches caused by unusual currents ~ link ~ It is normal for Patagonian penguins to swim north in the southern hemisphere’s winter in search of sardines or squid. They catch the wrong current and wash up in exotic locales such as Rio de Janeiro or Bahia.

Normally the birds arrive tired but alive, and are welcomed with bemused but typical Brazilian hospitality. Holidaymakers take them to local officials, who take them to zoos and aquariums. From there, they are flown to southern Argentina on Brazilian military planes and released into the freezing south Atlantic. Occasionally, they are taken as pets and walked on leashes.

Vets are not sure why these penguins were searching for food so far from their usual habitat of Patagonia. Some scientists believe the La Nina phenomenon that causes colder waters in the Pacific off Peru and Chile enticed fish there and led to scarcity in the Atlantic.


Anonymous said...

Dear Stirling,

Your article about Korea:

North Korea threatens 'nuclear war' over.....


"If a war brakes.........."

I think it is: ".....breakes out..."

A friend

Anonymous said...

Regarding this..

"Unlike Greece and other EU members, which are forbidden to issue their own currencies or borrow from their own central banks"

I would point out that sweden is a member of EU and still have their own currency ( swedish krona ) and do in fact issue their own currency and borrow from it's central bank.

Read more about the Swedish system here.

feel free to comment further on this.