Recently Jim W. Dean, Dr. Webster Tarpley and Dr. Kevin Barrett discovered a pattern in suppressed news. Stories on NSA spying, the Snowden scandal, the John Kerry bombing hoax, the General Dempsey cyber-attack hoax, these and more each day are simply “invented news,” not just propaganda but a cover for broad censorship and a distraction from real news that can never be reported.
Many cite Snowden, the recent cyber-spying whistleblower, as a hero but none are able to put their finger on what whistle it is that he actually “blew.”
In intelligence analysis, “timing” is everything. There are two real questions; “why now” and “who benefits” that, more or less, prove not just any but every story widely reported by the mainstream news to be a calculated deception.
[Read about the three stories that the Snowden Story is distracting the public from ... at the link...Stirling]
Breaking News: Several explosions heard in southern Israel near the Egyptian border ~ link ~
"Explosions were heard. Search operations have been launched but we have been unable so far to determine the origin of the blasts, be it in Eilat or outside the town," spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said on Thursday night.
Syria says ouster of Mahamed Morsi a 'great achievement' ~ link ~ I strongly suspect that the protests in both Egypt and Turkey, while based on conditions that were very real and highly important to the people, were nevertheless organized by the Iran/Syria/Russia/China Axis. I suspect that the Brazilian protests (which are every bit as much real in nature as Turkey's and Egypt's) were nevertheless organized by the globalist/Zionist Alliance. This is all a part of the developing Third World War!!! Stirling
“Syria's people and leadership and Army express their deep appreciation for the national, populist movement in Egypt which has yielded a great achievement,” the government said in a statement carried on state television on Thursday.
The statement also said that the overthrow of Morsi’s government was “a radical reversal involving a firm will to maintain democracy.”
Military detains Muslim Brotherhood supreme leader in Egypt ~ link ~ Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood's Supreme Leader Mohammed Badie has been arrested less than a day after the military removed President Mohamed Morsi from power, security officials say.
Badie was arrested on Thursday by Egyptian military police in a resort village in the western city of Marsa Matrouh, the officials said.
The arrest was made at the request of public prosecutor “for inciting the killing of protesters,” they added.
19 Reasons to be Deeply Concerned about the Global Economy as we enter the 2'nd half of 2013 ~ link ~ Is the global economic downturn going to accelerate as we roll into the second half of this year? There is turmoil in the Middle East, we are seeing things happen in the bond markets that we have not seen happen in more than 30 years, and much of Europe has already plunged into a full-blown economic depression. Sadly, most Americans will never understand what is happening until financial disaster strikes them personally. As long as they can go to work during the day and eat frozen pizza and watch reality television at night, most of them will consider everything to be just fine. Unfortunately, the truth is that everything is not fine. The world is becoming increasingly unstable, we are living in the terminal phase of the greatest debt bubble in the history of the planet and the global financial system is even more vulnerable than it was back in 2008. Unfortunately, most people seem to only have a 48 hour attention span at best these days. They don't have the patience to watch long-term trends develop. And the coming economic collapse is not going to happen all at once. Rather, it is like watching a very, very slow-motion train wreck happen. The coming economic nightmare is going to unfold over a number of years. Yes, there will be moments of great panic, but mostly it will be a steady decline into economic oblivion. And there are a lot of indications that the second half of this year is not going to be as good as the first half was. The following are 19 reasons to be deeply concerned about the global economy as we head into the second half of 2013...
Wall Street Banks Extract Enormous Fees from the Paychecks of Millions of American Workers ~ link ~ Government by and for the Global Banking Cartel at work!!! Stirling
Would you be angry if you had to pay a big Wall Street bank a fee before you could get the money that you worked so hard to earn? Unfortunately, that is exactly the situation that millions of American workers find themselves in today. An increasing number of U.S. companies are paying their workers using payroll cards that are issued by large financial institutions. Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Walgreens and Taco Bell are just some of the well known employers that are doing this. Today, there are 4.6 million active payroll cards in the United States, and some of the largest banks in the country are issuing them. The list includes JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Citigroup. The big problem with these cards is that there is often a fee for just about everything that you do with them. Do you want to use an ATM machine? You must pay a fee. Do you want to check your balance? You must pay a fee. Do you want a paper statement? You must pay a fee. Did you lose your card? You must pay a big fee. Has your card been inactive for a while? You must pay a huge fee. The big Wall Street banks are systematically extracting enormous fees from the working poor, and someone needs to do something to stop this.
The truth is that most American families need every penny that they earn. In America today, 53 percent of all workers make less than $30,000 a year.
It is hard to do everything that you need to do on less than $2,500 a month. If you doubt this, you should try it some time.
The Federal Reserve Is Paying Banks NOT To Lend $1.8 Trillion to the America People ~ link ~ If the American people ever really wake up, there will be a shortage of rope for good old fashioned American 'Neck Tie Parties'! Stirling
Did you know that U.S. banks have more than 1.8 trillion dollars parked at the Federal Reserve and that the Fed is actually paying them not to lend that money to us? We were always told that the goal of quantitative easing was to "help the economy", but the truth is that the vast majority of the money that the Fed has created through quantitative easing has not even gotten into the system. Instead, most of it is sitting at the Fed slowly earning interest for the bankers. Back in October 2008, just as the last financial crisis was starting, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke announced that the Federal Reserve would start paying interest on the reserves that banks keep at the Fed. This caused an absolute explosion in the size of these reserves. Back in 2008, U.S. banks had less than 2 billion dollars of excess reserves parked at the Fed. Today, they have more than 1.8 trillion. In less than five years, the pile of excess reserves has gotten nearly 1,000 times larger. This is utter insanity, and it will have very serious consequences down the road.