Sunday, October 2, 2011

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Past articles, and links of importance:

Occupy Together site ~ link 

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 

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Strikes by common people of all ages, all colors, all backgrounds are spreading throughout America as over 700 arrested in on Brooklyn Bridge in 'Occupy Wall Street' protests.  NO ONE, AMONG THE CROOKS ON WALL STREET HAS YET TO BE ARRESTED HOWEVER!   This is high drama history in the making.  Be a part of it, join or form your local 'Occupy Together' organization.  This is NOT limited to America, as groups are forming all over the globe.  Don't let the globalist crooks destroy our futures and even take our lives in a possible coming World War III...damn it, don't be sheep, be people, we are many 99%, they are few!  Tim Earl of Stirling       

Oct. 7: Big Planned 'Occupy Washington' Protest In Washington, DC 

Occupy Wall Street protests spread across US - with video ~ link ~ Inspired by the events in New York City, protesters begin assembling in several cities across the U.S.

As police arrested hundreds of protesters on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City, more demonstrations began to spring up across the U.S. In Los Angeles, protesters gathered in front of City Hall and danced on buses with "peace" emblazoned on the side. 

All the protests were inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement which has seen hundreds of people camping out near the financial district in New York City and conducting marches calling for an end to home foreclosures and high unemployment. 

Police Arrest More Than 700 Protesters On Brooklyn Bridge ~ link ~ The police told the marchers that they could march across the Brooklyn Bridge only to turn on them and engage in mass arrests.  Those arrests were illegal and the commanding officers should face massive lawsuits and criminal charges.  This is simply an intimidation tactic, but it is not and will not work.  If anything it is bringing even more people around America and around the World into the protests.  People, this is our time, it is up to us to stand up to the evil ones who are destroying our world, our future, our very lives.  Get off your butts, turn the idiot box off, and DO SOMETHING!  Support these people, form your own local group or join one...JUST DO IT!   Stirling     

In a tense showdown above the East River, the police arrested more than 700 demonstrators from the Occupy Wall Street protests who took to the roadway as they tried to cross the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday afternoon.

But many protesters said they believed the police had tricked them, allowing them onto the bridge, and even escorting them partway across, only to trap them in orange netting after hundreds had entered. “The cops watched and did nothing, indeed, seemed to guide us onto the roadway,” said Jesse A. Myerson, a media coordinator for Occupy Wall Street who marched but was not arrested.

More than 700 arrested in Wall Street protests ~ link ~ Witnesses described a chaotic scene on the famous suspension bridge as a sea of police officers surrounded the protesters using orange mesh netting.

700 Arrested after protest on NY's Brooklyn Bridge ~ link ~ Protesters speaking out against corporate greed and other grievances were maintaining a presence in Manhattan's Financial District even after more than 700 of them were arrested during a march on the Brooklyn Bridge in a tense confrontation with police.

Erin Larkins, a Columbia University graduate student at who says she and her boyfriend have significant student loan debt, was among the thousands of protesters on the bridge. She said a friend persuaded her to join the march and she's glad she did. "I don't think we're asking for much, just to wake up every morning not worrying whether we can pay the rent, or whether our next meal will be rice and beans again," Larkins wrote in an email to The Associated Press. "No one is expecting immediate change. I think everyone is just hopeful that people will wake up a bit and realize that the more we speak up, the more the people that do have the authority to make changes in this world listen."

Hundreds freed after New York Wall Street protests ~ link ~ Police in New York City have freed most of the more than 700 people arrested on Brooklyn Bridge on Saturday during a protest against corporate greed. Fewer than 20 protesters are still held as they are yet to be identified. Most of those freed were given citations for disorderly conduct and a criminal court summons.

The Occupy Wall Street group, camped in Manhattan's financial district for two weeks, says it will continue its demonstrations. Some demonstrators carried slogans reading "End the Fed" and "Pepper spray Goldman Sachs". There will be another march on Wall Street on Wednesday afternoon. "We are the majority. We are the 99%. And we will no longer be silent," the group said in a statement. "We are using the revolutionary Arab Spring tactic to achieve our ends and encourage the use of non-violence to maximise the safety of all participants."

'Occupy Wall Street' Day 16 ~ link ~ Update, Day 16, 1:14p.m.: There’s a nice breakfast spread on #occupwallstreet, day 16. There’s talk of a march later today, though it’s not on General Assembly’s agenda. On the agenda is a 6pm Open Discussion on the 15M movement in Spain and a 7pm General Assembly.

Thousands rally in Portugal to protest austerity plans ~ link ~ They are fighting the same scum, the Global Banking Cartel, that the 'Occupy America' people are!   Stirling      

Thousands demonstrated in Portugal Saturday against the government's austerity measures amid projections that the economic situation is far worse than expected.

Government and private sector workers rallied in Lisbon and Porto, following a call by the country's largest trade union federation to speak out against policies it says have devastated "jobs, workers, pensions and social rights." "No to price rises" and "No to the destruction of health care", read banners hoisted by demonstrators marching through central Lisbon.

Brutal bank crackdown but crooks go free ~ link ~ And to a nation’s shock, not one of the police targets was a banker. So much for law and order. If you want to know how a nation supposedly by and for the people has become uprooted, one only needs to see how common young people, who are suffering so badly in this recession, were humiliated further by trying to exercise their given right to peacefully protest.

If this is justice, I’d rather break the law.

The bankers who brought us this mess not only walk free, they drive free in Bentleys paid for by money looted through toxic mortgages, trading debacles and derivative madness. Regulators, prosecutors and an administration patsy to big finance do nothing except hand out $1.3 trillion in bailout cash and guarantees. Consider how sick this narrative has become. A counter protest was planned in which bankers and traders said they would douse the “dirty hippies” of Occupy Wall Street with champagne, to give them “a bath.” Watch YouTube video of police arresting protesters . These are the people police are protecting. The ones outraged by greed run amok, reckless behavior and fraud are getting wrestled to the pavement and arrested. 

Boston: Dozens arrested after foreclosure protesters target Bank of America ~ link ~ Also see ~ link ~ The crooked banksters have gotten by with so very much, they made the mistake thinking that nothing could stop them....boy are they just beginning to get one hell of a wake up call!   Stirling      

Police have arrested two dozen protesters for trespassing during a demonstration against Bank of America’s foreclosure practices at the banking giant’s offices in downtown Boston.

Organizers say about 3,000 people joined the protest. Bank of America spokesman T.J. Crawford dismissed the demonstration as a publicity stunt.

Greek Cabinet to approve further harsh austerity budget, plan to cut state workers ~ link ~ The Greek people are near full-revolution already.  This could tip the balance.   Stirling      

The austerity measures are deeply unpopular, and public sector unions hope that strikes and demonstrations can wreck the Socialist government's resolve to enact them. Striking civil servants have disrupted the talks with the troika over the past days by blockading ministries.

'Occupy Denver'  speaks out against Wall Street - with video ~ link ~ This local television news report shortchanges what is happening in NYC but the reality is that the local news media can no longer ignore what is happening in their own mists as well as in New York City.  Stirling     

Seattle: Over 100 turn out for anti-corporate protests ~ link ~ This is a much better example of a local television newscast.  Stirling      

Activists continue to 'Occupy Chicago' ~ link ~ A group of American activists have gathered in front of the Chicago Federal Reserve Bank in the “Occupy Chicago” rally to protest against poverty and unemployment in the United States. According to organizers, the activists were inspired by the Occupy Wall Street demonstration in New York, the Chicago Tribune reported on Friday. The Chicago sit-in began on September 23 with a march from Willis Tower to the Federal Reserve Bank.

One protester, Emilio Baez, said the demonstration is a "direct call to working people worldwide."  "This is our Tahrir Square," he said, referring to the protests in the Egyptian capital city of Cairo that led to the February revolution. "We'll stay here for months if we have to."

Economic protesters take to the streets in LA ~ link ~ 'Occupy LA' demonstrators march from Pershing Square to City Hall to call attention to policies they say benefit the richest 1% of Americans.
Stephen Maranzano had a long list of concerns: the war in the Middle East, corporate tax breaks, rising unemployment and the fact that he's working three part-time jobs and still barely makes ends meet. "I don't know if we can be successful in changing all of that, but we have to do what we can," said the 58-year-old Costa Mesa resident, who gathered with several hundred fellow demonstrators Saturday afternoon outside Los Angeles City Hall.

Bailout Madness: Wall Street 'Socialists' Millionaires Mock Protesters While Drinking Champagne - video ~ link ~ There are always some idiots who scream "Let them eat cake" when the mobs are forming!   Stirling    
Start watching at the 50-second mark - Runs 30 seconds from there.

Talk about irony.  The millionaires at 55 Wall Street (who live well thanks to taxpayer bailouts) drink champagne and mock the 'Occupy Wall Street' protesters below, many of whom are strident capitalists demanding an end to stealth Wall Street bailouts by the Federal Reserve and U.S. Treasury.

Wall Street protests shows inequality - with video ~ link ~ View the video, it is a 'good one'!  Stirling     

Protests against poverty, unemployment and social inequality are spreading across several Metropolitan cities in the US, including New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.  

US income levels fall, saving slow ~ link ~ But, but our political and financial leaders said we are in a recovery.   GET SOME ROPE!   Stirling    

US Unemployment problems crippling - with video ~ link ~ The globalists shipped most of our industrial base to China and other Third World nations, and have done much the same for Europe.  The official unemployment figures are "cooked" to the max and are only a token of the real picture.  The majority of Americans are either out of work, working part time, or working full time at jobs that pay far too little to live on, and it is getting worse!  Stirling      

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Dear Tim,

Please read this article on DEBKAfile:

Turkish warships harass Israeli freighters. Israeli missile boats off Cyprus

Increasingly assertive Turkey is setting the scene for clashes in the eastern Mediterranean. Since Thursday, Sept. 29, Turkish warships have been harassing Israeli merchant vessels in waters off Cyprus, debkafile's military sources report. They come close enough to establish wireless communication and caution the Israeli vessels they are in contravention of international law and ordering them to change course. The Israeli crews mostly ignore these "orders", treating them as Ankara's latest bid to assert Turkish naval mastery of the Eastern Mediterranean. But the situation is getting explosive enough to spark a major incident.
Over the weekend, Israeli Air Force planes circled near the sites of the incidents but not directly over the Turkish vessels. At the same time Israeli missile ships sailed close to Cyprus's Exclusive Economic Zone waters, where the Houston-based Noble Energy began drilling for natural gas on Sept. 19 in the face of Turkish threats. The rig is situated 160 kilometers south of Cyprus adjacent to Israel's Leviathan gas field.

Western naval sources tracking the new Turkish and Israeli deployments reported Saturday, Oct. 1: "Turkey and Israel are in a constant muscle-flexing contest in the eastern Mediterranean. They are metaphorically shaking fists in each other's faces and raising the risk of a confrontation that could quickly veer out of control." (...)

We have got a good chance to witness the beginning of WW III.

Yours, in Christ

Joaquin, Germany