Monday, August 8, 2011

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Past articles and links of importance

False Flag Terrorism Hits Europe ~ link

The Federal Reserve - THE EIGHT FAMILIES ~ link

Japan: Victim of Scalar Warfare Attack by Lord Stirling ~ link   

Finding Order in the Orwellian Chaos ~ link ~ This is an excellent article that I strongly recommend.  Stirling    

Latest Satellite Surface Current Forecast for North Atlantic - Loop Current - Gulf Stream ~ link

Latest Satellite Sea Surface Temperature for North Atlantic - Loop Current - Gulf Stream ~ link    

Current status of the Gulf Stream ~ link 

General Middle East War Nears - Syrian events more dangerous than even nuclear nightmare in Japan ~ link 

What a War against Syria and Iran will be like - A collection of articles by Lord Stirling ~ link

Revolutions in North Africa and the Middle East - Who Really Benefits?  
Will they continue to spread throughout the world in the wake of global food shortages, global depression, and Austerity Fascism?  by Lord Stirling ~ link 

Royal Burgh of Stirling Pipe Band at Stirling Castle ~ link   ~ Official site ~ link

Stock markets across the World CRASH as PANIC SPREADS ~ link ~ Dark Thursday was followed by Shaky Friday and now Black Monday!  The World is entering the far worst, phase two of the current global Greatest Depression.   I have been waring my readers that this was coming.  It is here now, however, this is just the beginning of phase two.   Stirling       
In another febrile day for stock markets globally £46bn was wiped off Britain’s blue-chip index, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average in the US fell more than 600 points, its biggest one-day decline since December 2008.

The 178-point decline in the FTSE 100 marked the first time in its 27-year history that the index had fallen by more than 100 points for four days running

Markets still falling over US and Euro fears ~ link ~ Markets across the globe have continued to slide as investors react to the problems in the eurozone and fears about the United States economy.

Markets crash as panic spreads ~ link ~ As fear engulfed the markets, investors fled equities for safe havens. Gold hit another record high, climbing 4.2pc to $1,721 an ounce, while the Japanese yen and the Swiss franc strengthened despite dramatic currency interventions by the two countries’ central banks last week.

Creditors must brace for bad debt endgame ~ link ~ Actually there are two End Games being played out here: The first is the Global Banking Cartel's End Game to establish their one-world-currency; the second is their End Game to establish their global slave state satanic New World Order.   Stirling      

"If you owe the bank $100", John Paul Getty is reputed to have said, "then that's your problem". "But if you owe the bank $100m, it's the bank's problem".

Substitute the word trillion for million, and this famous observation pretty much encapsulates the problem at the centre of today's global debt crisis. 

Gold breaks through $1,700 as flight to safety continues ~ link ~ Holding real gold is one thing (but make sure that it is not fake), but holding "paper gold" assets is something totally different.  Many hold "paper gold" assets will likely get burnt bad.  Stirling    

The afternoon spot price for the precious metal rose $40 to $1,700 after hitting a new high of $1,715.27 in morning trade. JP Morgan said it thought gold could hit $2,500 an ounce by the year end, compared with its previous forecast of $1,800.

Other commodities fell on fears that the downgrade could exacerbate the economic slowdown. Brent crude fell $3.58 to $105.79. Katrina Oldham, an energy trader at Inenco, said fears of a double-dip could see the oil price fall below $100 a barrel. 

Debt crisis: Barack Obama's call for urgency fails to prop up shares ~ link ~ It's hard to prop up anything with hot air!  Stirling      

Barack Obama tried to stem a fresh tide of selling on global markets on Monday when he said America's loss of its prized AAA rating should provide a "new sense of urgency" for Washington to tackle its chronic debt problem.

The president called for an extension of tax cuts to boost the world's biggest economy but the insistence that the US would always be a "AAA country" had little impact on Wall Street, which continued to plunge after his address.

Dow Jones plummets 634 points ~ link ~ The Dow Jones industrial average has fallen 634 points, or about 5.55 percent, in one of its steepest declines ever


ECB in 2 billion Euro effort to save Italy and Spain ~ link ~ This is all bullshit!  What we are witnessing is a well scripted plan to create the 'demand' for a new one-world currency and the New World Order using the usual method of operation of the Global Banking Cartel families, the Hegelican Dialetic - that is Problem/Reaction/Solution.   Stirling     

Global economic bubble has burst ~ link ~ In an exclusive interview with Press TV, Pietropoli, an economist with RM Wealth Management, said, “The markets, in many ways, have been completely misaligned with economic fundamentals over the last couple of years.”  “The markets are finally starting to price these matters in,” he added.

“We were living in this bubble territory where we perceived that governments can carry on running massive budget deficits forever, and that Mr. Bernanke will keep printing money and propping up asset prices,” Pietropoli stated.

Chinese state media attacks America following downgrade ~ link ~ "Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the United States, as the world's sole superpower, has relied on its powerful military to meddle everywhere in international affairs, advancing hegemony, and paying no heed to whether the economy can support this," said an editorial on the official Xinhua news wire, China's second fierce attack on the US in three days.

"Now is the right time for the United States, trapped in economic hardship, to reflect on its domineering thinking and deeds," it added.

Marc Faber says stocks 'incredibly oversold' - video ~ link 
Why Is The Stock Market Plunging? ~ linkNone of this should surprise those conversant with Austrian economics. The "fundamentals" of the economy have been and remain awful because the government and Federal Reserve are consistently doing the wrong things. The apparent recovery, fueled by Bernanke's sheer money creation, has been bogus all along.

DOW Falls 635: Sixth Biggest Stock Market Crash Ever ~ link ~ Check out the data.  Stirling     
FED forced to consider fresh stimulus ~ link ~ The best stimulus from the FED would be its total demise and the resumption of control of America's money supply by America instead of the Rothschild gang.  Stirling      
TMS falls 25% as Wall Street tanks ~ link ~ Wall Street dropped deeper Monday as investors’ selling frenzy intensified in the wake of the Standard & Poor’s downgrade of the United States. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 634.76 points, or 5.56 percent, to 10,809.85. The S&P 500 shed 79.92 points, or 6.66 percent, to 1,119.46. Nasdaq dropped 174.72 points, or 6.90 percent, to 2,357.69.

It was the biggest loss for the Dow since the 2008 economic crisis.

Netherlands joins Germany in opposing bigger EFSF ~ link ~ The Netherlands joined Germany Monday in warning against boosting the volume of the euro zone's rescue fund, saying it won't solve the problems in the currency area, and it even may hurt the solvency of guarantornations.

In a letter to lawmakers, Finance Minister Jan Kees de Jager said that an increased European Financial Stability Facility is "no panacea" to solve the mounting troubles in the euro zone. "Any significant increase of the EFSF can...have consequences on the creditworthiness of guarantor nations," he said. 

US Jobs: Worst than you think ~ link ~ The U.S. labor force is shrinking, as more Americans are giving up hope. Last month, only 58.1% of Americans age 16 and over were employed, a significant drop from before the recession and the lowest since 1983.

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