Back in August, just after the false flag chemical weapon attack in Syria, we showed that despite all the posturing by the Obama administration (and, of course, France's belligerent, socialist leader Francois Hollande), the nation behind the entire Syrian campaign was not one of the "democratic", Western nations but none other than close neighbor Saudi Arabia, and the brain orchestrating every move of the western puppets was one Bandar bin Sultan, the nation's influential intelligence chief. We also explained the plethora of geopolitical and mostly energy-related issues that Saudi and Qatar had at stake, which they were eager to launch a regional war over, just to promote their particular set of selfish interests. A month later, in clear confirmation that this was precisely the case, the WSJ reported that the recent overtures by Obama, brilliantly checkmated by Putin, to push for a peaceful resolution with not only Syria, but suddenly Iran as well, has managed to infuriate Saudi Arabia: traditionally one of the US' closest allies in the region and the key source of crude oil to the western world.
And while everyone's attention will be drawn to the financial markets' response, even as everyone knows another Italian - former Goldmanite and head of the Bank of Italy and current head of the ECB, Mario Draghi - has those under control (just think of all the "political capital"), the political situation is indeed very serious. So while the ECB will try to do "whatever it takes" to preserve stability, the math on the ground is far more problematic. According to a Corriere della Sera reports, citing its own calculations, PM Letta needs to find 24 votes to win a possible confidence vote in Senate next week, Letta can count on 137 senators without former premier Berlusconi’s party and its allies. He needs 161 votes to win in the 315-seat Senate as the upper house also has 6 senators for life. Should the confidence vote not pass, he will have no choice but to resign leading to the second Italian elections in seven months.
The US Government Shutdown Looms: A Q&A on What Happens Next ~ link ~ With a government's October 1 shut down - temporary of course - now seemingly inevitable, and more importantly with the peak debt ceiling negotiations due in just about a week after which point the Treasury will run out of money, many wonder what comes next. That this is happening just two short years after the dramatic August 2011 debt ceiling impasse, when the market tumbled 20% and likely slowed economic growth is still fresh in everyone's mind, is hardly helping matters. Add a potential political crisis in Greece and Italy, and suddenly a whole lot of unexpected variables have to be "priced in."
Courtesy of AP, here are questions and answers about how the two standoffs, now intertwined, could affect the economy and financial markets:
- *HOUSE PASSES 231-192 OBAMACARE DELAY IN U.S. SPENDING BILL
- *HOUSE VOTES 423-0 TO FUND TROOPS IF GOVERNMENT SHUTS DOWN
That certainly fits their strangulating, elitist, eons old “need to know basis” meme.
That ISON will be its closest to the earth near the winter solstice is significant in itself, never mind the sun being in a magnetic shut down in this general time due to its magnetic pole shift now under way. Perhaps even more importantly is the fact that we could easily pass through its debris field. That in itself is clearly something that is worth paying attention to.
Researchers have discovered that major pandemics have taken place on the planet during solar magnetic shut downs since ions are not deflected from earth by the sun’s magnetic field, and they’ve proven they arrive with alien microbes from outer space. Our planet’s magnetic field is also at a low ebb, compounding our vulnerability.
- See more at: http://www.zengardner.com/comet-ison-passing-mars-soon-graze-sun/#sthash.u8yngfHX.dpuf
- Government in order to manage laws and enforcement.
- Creating what is used for money for their own riches and to pay minions.
- Media propaganda to “cover” these crimes.