Friday, October 19, 2012
Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE
News Blog EUROPE
Holy Shroud of Turin
Israel threatens Aid Ship seeking to deliver food to Gaza ~ link ~ You cannot make this stuff up. If this was any nation but Israel all hell would be raised throughout the world. Stirling
Nuclear Engineer: New way to locate Fukushima molten fuel "means they're expecting to find this stuff very deep into the ground" - short audio ~ link ~ This is from yesterday's Nutrimedical Report Show with Chris Harris (the nuclear engineer) and Dr. Deagle and myself. What it means is that Fukushima has experienced at least one 'China Syndrome' event! Stirling
Spain's Regional Bailout Fund: A Drop in a Bucket of Insolvency ~ link ~ It will come as no surprise to many that the initial size estimates of Spain's regional bailout fund are now being questioned. The government is now 'analyzing' whether the EUR18bn 'temporary' bailout fund needs to be increased. In a word - Yes! As this chart from Bloomberg Briefs shows, the size of the 'help' is pittance compared to the debt-loads of Catalonia alone (which recently sought secession). As Bloomberg's Niraj Shah notes, Spanish regional elections in the Basque country and Galicia take place on Sunday, followed by a ballot in Catalonia on Nov. 25. Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy may prefer to seek a bailout after the elections as a series of defeats for his People’s Party could exacerbate investor concerns about the government’s ability to control spending and revenue and bring down the deficit. Perhaps our 'context' update on Spain's situation last night was rather prescient after all?
The French Great Socialist Revolution will be homework free, and Very, Very Cold ~ link ~ Whereas some may have welcomed the latest development in the Great French Socialist Revolution chronicles, primarily those 8-16 year olds who would directly benefit from president Francois Hollande's attempt to capture the vote of those still ineligible to actually vote, by promising to do away with homework (because it encourages "inequality" as homework apparently "favors the wealthy"), everyone else saw right through it for the sad attempt at populism it was. Luckily, the impact of this idiotic policy, if it were to actually pass, would not be visible for at least a decade at which point French society would be so dumb (not to mention poor) that few would actually care. However, another proposal being currently contemplated in France may have far more immediate terminal consequences to the life expectancies of those personally experiencing the reincarnation of wholesale of socialism. Because as Bloomberg notes, "Heating a French home could soon require an income tax consultation or even a visit to the doctor under legislation to force conservation in the nation’s $46 billion household energy market." Congratulations Europe: in your ongoing crusade of wealth redistribution (when all this could have been averted if you, and the US, had simply allowed the banks who control your society to collapse), you are about to make heating one's home a privilege for the despised Bourgeoisie, an act which must be monetarily punished, and socially ostracized.
More on this sad and pathetic at the same time development, coming to broke socialist countries near you:
GM Wheat may damage Human Genetics Permanently ~ link ~ We live in a time when the insanely sick and evil globalists are determined to kill off most of the Human Race! Stirling
The Australian government, in the form of its science research arm, is joining Agribusiness profiteering by designing a GM wheat that could kill people who eat it & be inherited by their children.
We have not yet seen the worst damage that genetic engineering may do. Australia’s governmental agency, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), is developing a wheat species that is engineered to turn off genes permanently.
Chinese plant compound wipes out Cancer in 40 Days says new research ~ link ~ If it really is that good, watch Big Pharma kill the study or whatever it takes to keep it off the market. Stirling
Mars rover spots more shiny objects ~ link