Now that the agenda for global government is public, the Bilderberg Group’s importance rests on grooming politicians
~Alex Jones has literally given Blood~ Sweat & ~ Tears on Bilderberg, not to mention being arrested/detained at a conference
Now that the agenda for global government and a centralized world economic system is public and out in the open, the importance of the Bilderberg Group’s annual conference rests on grooming political candidates. The lion’s share of Bilderberg’s 2010 agenda has already been announced by its members weeks before – it will revolve around a potential military strike on Iran as well as the future collapse of the euro.
Trilateral Commission members, who routinely also attend Bilderberg’s annual confab, have let slip that a war on Iran is being seriously debated, while the elite continue to exploit the fallout from the economic crisis to push for centralized financial regulation.
The consequences of a military strike on Iran will cause a split between Bilderberg luminaries, just as it did before the invasion of Iraq at the 2002 meeting.
During the recent Trilateral Commission meeting in Dublin Ireland, which routinely discusses an almost identical roster of topics to subsequent Bilderberg gatherings, chief advisor to the Russian leadership Mikhail Slobodovsici unwittingly told a We Are Change member he mistook for a colleague, “We are deciding the future of the world….We need a world government,” he said, but, referring to Iran, said “we need to get rid of them.”
The continued push to pose as the saviors while offering global governance as the solution to the economic crisis was also re-affirmed in a recent speech by IMF chief and BIlderberg member Dominique Strauss-Kahn, when he told an audience of elitists in Zurich that the globalists need to see the ‘crisis as an opportunity’ to push for “a new global currency issued by a global central bank”.
Our sources close to Bilderberg emphasize the fissure that exists within globalist circles. Younger elitists and the nouveau riche are concerned that the global economy is being sunk too quickly and too soon, and that the consequences will be so drastic in the long term that even the wealth and influence of insiders will be threatened.
These divisions in the context of geopolitics was also addressed recently by Trilateral Commission co-founder and prominent Bilderberger Zbigniew Brzezinski, (~Yes, Mika’s Daddy) who in addition revealed that a “global political awakening,” in combination with infighting amongst the elite, was threatening to derail the move towards a one world government.
The Bilderberg Group, Bilderberg conference, or Bilderberg Club is an annual, unofficial, invitation-only conference of around 130 guests, most of whom are people of influence in the fields of politics, banking, business, the military and media. Each conference is closed to the public and the press.
Pajamasmedia — May 27, 2010 — www.PJTV.com exclusive interview with Walid Shoebat (expert) about the Mega Mosque in NYC Ground Zero. Walid reveals disturbing contradictions between Ground Zero mosque founder Imam Faisal Abdul Rauf’s Daily News article and comments in Arabic.
No mosques, at all should be in USA, Section 313 in Chapter 2 of the Immigration and Naturalization Act expressly forbids citizenship for anyone espousing any totalitarian ideology. Islam clearly falls within the definition of totalitarianism
No Muslims should be citizens of USA:
USCode 18 sec2381″Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere,is guilty of treason..”
May 28, 2010 — http://www.answeringmuslims.com/
This clip was taken from a program discussing the Fort Hood Massacre. On the phone with us was Abdullah al-Andalusi, Director of the Muslim Debate Initiative. Pay attention to the quotations he says he agrees with.
Islam in Muhammad's Own Words http://prophetofdoom.net/
WSJ Blog ~ The Daily Fix The Journal’s all-purpose sports report
Will Ron Artest (rear) and Kobe Bryant be celebrating the Lakers’ third straight trip to the NBA Finals later tonight?
o 4:11 pm Pacific
The Lakers’ 103-101 win in Game 5 was about as heartbreaking a loss as a team can experience, and not only because the Lakers clinched it on a broken-play buzzer-beater from Ron Artest. That play — a fantastic bit of anticipation and then execution from Artest — overshadowed something more disturbing for Suns fans: Phoenix finally held Los Angeles to a low shooting percentage, and the Suns still lost.
Because for all the hype about Alvin Gentry’s move to a zone defense in the middle of Game 3, the fact is that the Suns have not been able to slow down the Lakers’ offense and are hanging in this series only because of how great the Gentry/Steve Nash offense can be. The Lakers are shooting 51 percent from the field and rebounding about 30 percent of their misses — an offensive rebounding rate that would have nearly led the league in the regular season. Kobe Bryant is shooting 53 percent, Pau Gasol 61 percent (!) and even Derek Fisher, considered an aging liability, is hitting 49 percent. The Phoenix zone has coaxed L.A. into attempting more three-pointers, but the Lakers, one of the worst three-point shooting teams in the league this season, are actually out-shooting the Suns from three-point range in this series.
Even in Game 5, when Channing Frye finally came to life, Phoenix hit just 9-of-27 from three-point range, almost exactly the rate they are shooting over the full series. So far, the Lakers league-best three-point defense is winning the battle against the Suns’ league-best three-point shooting. The Suns have survived by attempting about 10 more foul shots per game than the Lakers and minimizing turnovers. That might not be enough to force a Game 7 if the Lakers continue to hit half their shots.
Phil Jackson riles L.A.’s Latino community
LOVED this mean back in Chicago when the Bulls were the BULLS!
The Zen Master suddenly has very bad karma with some Latinos in Los Angeles.
Lakers coach Phil Jackson’s remarks about Arizona’s controversial new immigration law have inspired a protest rally before tonight’s playoff opener against Phoenix at the Staples Center.
Rally organizer Mario Gonzalez told the Los Angeles Times that Jackson’s remarks appear to favor the law, which allows police to check people for citizenship documents and arrest those who don’t have them. The uproar stems from Jackson’s comments to ESPN.com columnist J.A. Adande.
~ And the Problem IS?!
USA Today ~ Game On
Jackson also chastised Phoenix Suns management for wearing “Los Suns” jerseys on Cinco de Mayo, in opposition of the law. Said Jackson:
“I don’t think teams should get involved in the political stuff. And I think this one’s still kind of coming out to balance as to how it’s going to be favorably looked upon by our public. If I heard it right the American people are really for stronger immigration laws, if I’m not mistaken. Where we stand as basketball teams, we should let that kind of play out and let the political end of that go where it’s going to go.”
~Like I said and “THE PROBLEM IS?!”
And if he had followed his own advice on not mixing politics and sports, there wouldn’t be a protest scheduled tonight.
Between the on-scene reporting of Mac McClelland, the political and environmental coverage of Kate Sheppard, and the scientific curiosity of Kevin Drum, I figured Mother Jones pretty much had every angle of the BP/Deepwater Horizon oil spill covered. But it turns out there’s a groundswell of support in the blogosphere for a radical solution to stop the spill: Drop a big ol’ nuclear bomb on the mutha.
Sound nuts? That’s what I thought, too, until I learned that the Russians have already done this a bunch of times—and that the US already has a bunch of bomb-savvy scientists brainstorming solutions in the Gulf. Even weirder, though, is the support that some people are extending to the un-ironically-titled “nuclear option.”
Let’s start with the Russians. According to Vladimir Lagovsky of Komsomolskaya Pravda (once a Soviet communist paper), “In the USSR, a few such leaks were plugged with the help of the peaceful atom.” Five leaks, all underground, were plugged thusly, the paper says—starting with a 1966 natural gas fissure in Uzbekistan. That one was snuffed using a 30-megatonkiloton blast six kilometers deep—about one and a half times the size of the Hiroshima bomb. “The idea of the method is simple,” Lagovsky writes. “An underground explosion pushes the rock, compresses it, and actually squeezes the channel well shut.”
Sure enough, Russia Today even has a video of one natural gas leak and the subterranean blast that quelled it:
May 05, 2010 — From: (VIDEO)
May 05, 2010
A giant funnel to be installed at the scene of last month’s devastating explosion off the U.S. coast, is BP’s best hope of halting the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. The device, designed to channel oil from the seabed to the surface where it can be collected safely, will be set up on Thursday. However, with the energy company itself not sure it will even work, Russian experts suggest that a radical solution from Soviet history may be a way out.
Yeah, but still. Nuts. I know. Except maybe it’s already been discussed by people…top people. The Telegraph of London reported on May 14 that the Obama administration had sent a team of nuclear physicists, led by Energy Secretary Stephen Chu, to the Gulf to consult on solutions to the leak. Also on that team: “82-year-old Richard Garwin, who designed the first hydrogen bomb.”
Conspiracy theorists, go wild!
Speaking of conspiracy theorists, there’s a weird mix of support out there for this atom-smashing stratagem. Christopher Brownfield, a former Navy submarine officer with a new book to sell (Full disclosure: He was in the class behind me at the US Naval Academy), told Shepard Smith of Fox News that dropping a bomb in the Gulf to “nuke the well shut” isn’t the craziest idea in the world. Brownfield’s a bright guy, and he’s no right-wing nut; in fact, he’s written impassioned posts on Daily Beast explaining why socialized medicine works for the military and why he couldn’t vote for his hero, John McCain, for president. (I sympathize; it’s totally a Bancroft Hall thing.)
But rest assured, not all proponents of the Mexican Mud Meltdown are stable college graduates. Take, for instance, this thread on FreeRepublic.com, wherein steve0 and HiTech RedNeck try to convert the masses to their aim: “Nuke the BP oil spill & environazis that get in the way, too much at stake.” They meet no small amount of resistance, which prompts steve0 to reply sardonically:
This should not be attempted.
It will be a catastrophic miscalculation.
For one thing, it will release Godzilla.
And for another, it won’t kill enough hippies. (NOT Nice)
What are you talking about, steve0? You’re killing me already.
*Char*…Thank you for putting this all together for folks here. To me it is surprising folks are not aware…One thing is sure, if they have not heard until now, the rest of their weekend is spoiled. But that’s JUST my opinion…
~This is very compelling. I admit I heard about this a few years ago & was extremely disturbed…The author notes the truth, This video from 2008 shows that this is not a new phenomenon
Recently, I received several accounts of people sighting foreign military equipment and personnel on US soil in several locations – NOW. Truck drivers in Alabama witnessed caravans traveling into Georgia. Others saw strange military vehicles being transported north on Interstate 5 in California. Another witnessed similar sights in Pennsylvania, and most recently, insider reports are coming out of San Diego about a large number of UN and Russian troops and equipment being off loaded at the North Island Naval Base on Pier 32.
There have been many reports over recent years of this type of activity, but one must ask why? Our own forces are still the greatest fighting force the world has ever known, so why are they here? Why are UN forces here if true? To train them to do what? They are the most inept and often the most lawless group wherever the UN sends them anywhere, so why are we “training” them here?
I recent years, it was not uncommon to see foreign vessels in US harbors, loading supplies for places like the earth quake ravaged Haitian people, or for Tsunami Relief efforts prior. But these ships were off-loading, not loading. If reports are true, many questions quickly arise.
First, what kind of exercise could this be? In a PDF sent to me, I saw the listing for the following exercise:
NATIONAL LEVEL EXERCISE 2010 (NLE10) November 2008 Release Nathan Rodgers National Exercise Division DHS/FEMA Headquarters
Page 7: Events List: May 2010 – NLE2010 National Level Full Scale Exercise
A close and trusted associate sent me this response:
“Actually, this is not standard at all. This is one exercise that is extremely unique to me for many reasons. This is comming from someone who has created numerous National Level MSEL’s (Master Scenario Events Lists) where we never used foriegn nationals excluding maybe some liason officers from Australia or the UK but never the Russians and NEVER the UN….This is indeed interesting to me. My one buddy from DOE informed me about this a couple weeks ago (He used to be with Delta) and he too is scratching his head.”
Is there precedence for foreign troops to be on US soil for any reason?
In the NLE 2009 – FEMA announced
“NLE 09 is a White House directed, Congressionally – mandated exercise that includes the participation of all appropriate federal department and agency senior officials, their deputies, staff and key operational elements. In addition, broad regional participation of state, tribal, local, and private sector is anticipated. This year the United States welcomes the participation of Australia, Canada, Mexico and the United Kingdom in NLE 09.”
They openly told us that foreign troops would be on US Soil, so this has happened before.
In 2008, the NLE2008 appeared not to include any foreigners, at least that they reported like the Obama Administration did.
“The purpose of NLE 2-08 is to exercise national capabilities to prepare and respond to multiple incidents including both natural disasters and terrorist incidents. The exercise was designed to include scenario elements addressing hurricane preparedness and response, national continuity capabilities, and Defense Support to Civil Authorities coordination in response to weapons of mass destruction terrorist attacks. The exercise venues involve a Category 4 hurricane impacting the Mid Atlantic Coast and the National Capitol Region and multiple terrorist attacks in Washington State.”
Legality? Is it legal or just precedent setting?
December 07, 2008 — So many Foreign troops here on US soil? why…
Think about it…
Last time I heard over a MILLION are here spread out..waiting for what?
Wake up people
please wake up…~ http://www.youtube.com/user/Earthlasthope2
March 10, 2010 — this is a sheriff warning us. please people wake up! dont let this happen! call to arms america! http://www.youtube.com/user/manonfireb4u
With the Euro failing from the tragedy of Greece, the world’s banking system in a tailspin, our own stock market reeling, bailouts to everyone with power, government take-over of private enterprise, the debacle of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, and an out-of-control, and an unaccountable Federal Reserve, are we at the brink of collapse? With Iran threatening Israel daily, Iranian war games of unprecedented scale, Hezbollah armed to the teeth, many recent attempts at terrorism on our own soil, are we heading for an event that triggers martial law?
Many think so, and it is no longer out of the realm of possibility. There have been reports that hundreds, if not millions of foreign troops have been or are already here. What do you think? We at Stand Up America make no accusation, but we certainly want to know why, and if!
Glen Beck on Fox News warns us daily of the unholy alliances that are now in place, and that the fundamental changes now taking place have roots that go back to Woodrow Wilson. It is not hard to see how our liberties have been eroded. If one event occurs that sufficiently frightens our citizenry, we can see Obama declaring Martial Law, and unleashing our own military on our own soil to “bring order” back.
Imagine an event larger than 9-11 takes place, or a series of events occur that overwhelms our law enforcement community. Are you ready for the strictures of Martial Law? Are foreign and/or UN troops going to be released here? They have trained here already for house-to-house combat on US Soil. FEMA already ordered the confiscation of all legal weapons in the aftermath of Katrina. Are the one-world order people succeeding through our open borders? Is Obama a one-worlder?
Is it legal? I cannot answer that at this time. I have heard from some trusted folks that it is not, but I cannot prove it one way or another at this time. If you have the information, please let us know. If it is another usurpation by the Obama Administration akin to the appointment of so many Czars and the Civilian National Security Force we may be in for Martial Law sooner rather than later. This may usher in what one friend said to me in 2008: “The USA has its first Black President, but he may be the last US President.”
Cinco de Mayo has come and gone for another year, but the stench of political correctness lingers on.
By this time, every liberal airhead from San Francisco’s Mayor Gavin Newsome to New York’s Mayor Michael Bloomberg has piled on Arizona’s Governor Brewer. And, although I may have misunderstood them, I’m pretty sure I heard President Obama and Attorney General Holder agree that a large fence should finally be built. Not at our southern border, however, but around Arizona.
On the other hand, it’s nice to know that there is at least one state that Obama is prepared to get tough with, even if it’s not Iran, Syria or North Korea.
As for those kids in Morgan Hill, California, who thought Cinco de Mayo was a good time to wear clothes decorated with Old Glory to school, I can only say they should have known better. These days, the only country we Americans are discouraged from honoring is our own. In today’s climate, the five kids were probably lucky they were merely sent home by the vice-principal and not horse-whipped during lunch.
In California, things have reached such a sorry state, that textbooks, no doubt taking their lead from Obama, pay tribute to Islam, but not Christianity or Judaism. Students are even told to come to school one day during the semester dressed as a Muslim. Suicide bombs, I believe, are optional.
One Latina student at Live Oak High School said it was disrespectful of Daniel Galli and his four friends to wear their flags on a day meant to honor Mexicans. She compared Cinco de Mayo to the 4th of July. This tells me something about the way that history is taught in Morgan Hill. July 4th, after all, celebrates the birth of the United States, and is a date that should be celebrated in every freedom-loving nation on the face of the earth. Cinco de Mayo, on the other hand, commemorates a day in 1862 when the Mexicans defeated the French at the Battle of Puebla.
Just for the record, it was about 40 years ago that I drove down to Tijuana in order to write a piece about the way the occasion was celebrated south of the border. The answer, I discovered, is that it wasn’t. When I asked Tijuanans if there was a parade or a festival on the schedule, they said “¿Que?” a lot, and gave me even funnier looks than I was accustomed to getting. In short, it is of such minor importance that even Mexicans don’t know about it.
Now, even though I think the Hispanic kids and the vice-principal at Live Oak High over-reacted, I must confess that I am all in favor of reminding people of any event in which the French are embarrassed.
Still, the fact that they actually fought a battle, even one that took place 148 years ago, is newsworthy in itself. How the event happened to take place at Puebla is open to conjecture. For my part, I can only assume that the French soldier in charge of carrying the white flag either overslept or dawdled over his morning espresso.
The Obama administration continues to insist (see this post from White House budget director Peter Orszag) that the recently enacted health-care law will reduce the federal budget deficit by $100 billion over ten years and by ten times that amount in the second decade of implementation. They cite the Congressional Budget Office’s cost estimate for the final legislation to back their claims.
And it is undeniably true that CBO says the legislation, as written, would reduce the federal budget deficit by $124 billion over ten years from the health-related provisions of the new law.
But that’s not whole story about Obamacare’s budgetary implications – not by a long shot.
For starters, CBO is not the only game in town. In the executive branch, the chief actuary of the Medicare program is supposed to provide the official health-care cost projections for the administration – at least he always has in the past. His cost estimate for the new health law differs in important ways from the one provided by CBO and calls into question every major contention the administration has advanced about the bill. The president says the legislation will slow the pace of rising costs; the actuary says it won’t. The president says people will get to keep their job-based plans if they want to; the actuary says 14 million people will lose their employer coverage, many of whom would certainly rather keep it than switch into an untested program. The president says the new law will improve the budget outlook; in so many words, the chief actuary says, don’t bet on it.
All of this helps explain why the president of the United States would be so sensitive about the release of the actuary’s official report that he would dispatch political subordinates to undermine it with the media.
It’s not the chief actuary’s assignment to provide estimates of non-Medicare-related tax provisions, so his cost projections for Obamacare do not capture all of the needed budget data to estimate the full impact on the budget deficit. But it’s possible to back into such a figure by using the Joint Tax Committee’s estimates for the tax provisions missing from the chief actuary’s report. When that is done, $50 billion of deficit reduction found in the CBO report is wiped out.
And that’s before the other gimmicks, double counting, and hidden costs are exposed and removed from the accounting, too.
For instance, this week House and Senate Democratic leaders are rushing to approve a massive, budget-busting, tax-and-spending bill. Among its many provisions is a three-year Medicare “doc fix,” which will effectively undo the scheduled 21 percent cut in Medicare physician fees set to go into effect in June. CBO says this version of the “doc fix” would add $65 billion to the budget deficit over ten years. The entire bill would pile another $134 billion onto the national debt over the next decade.
If the Obama administration gets its way, this three-year physician-fee fix will eventually get extended again, and also without offsets. Over a full ten-year period, an unfinanced “doc fix” would add $250 to $400 billion to the budget deficit, depending on design and who is doing the cost projection (CBO or the actuary).