Monday, January 27, 2014

The Relationships


"The issue of Jewish money scandals on a massive scale brings us to a point which can no longer be ignored: the relationship between capitalism and usury." Jonas Alexis

Then there's the questionDo Banksters Kill Millions of People? Don't you wish all the questions were this easy?

Another day, another bank investigation. This time it's Bank of America. No word if there will be criminal charges but the big bettors among us will say no because bashing banks is unhelpful to the financial system. Their financial system.


Via Sullen Boy... at the SOTU speech tomorrow, two of Michelle's special guests will be Carlos 'cowboy hat' Arredondo and Jeff Bauman of Boston Marathon Bombing fame. That kind of  relationship is sometimes called "bouncing the propaganda." Will Obama speak about using more executive powers because his handler's agenda is slowing down? How about the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP)? No he won't. It will be a jobs destroyer and he's got to try and keep it quiet.

Is the relationship between google and bloggers getting colder? From my end, on a google search there used to be a category under the 'More' tab called blogs. It's not there anymore. I suppose blogs are in the 'web' search area but it will be several or many pages before you may find them. Is this just another creeping censorship ploy?

Sometimes the relationships between some in Congress, like Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and AIPAC may appear to be on the rocks but I'm sure they will reconcile. They usually always do.

Back to BofA. Bono has partnered with them in some sort of scam called the charity RED. Sometimes you really know one's character by the company he keeps. Who knows, maybe at least 1% of the money will go to 'charity?' U2's new song "Invisible" to debut at the Super Bowl must be about the RED's money trail.

Brian Moynihan of BofA and U2 frontman Bono announced a $10 million BofA commitment to RED, the AIDS charity co-founded by Bono. In a clever promotional twist, the bank will tie its donation to U2′s newest album release during the upcoming Superbowl. BofA agreed to pay for every download of the album’s song “Invisible” for 24 hours, an investment they will back with expensive Superbowl advertising.

Speaking of the Super Bowl... just what were the relationships that got the game to be played in New Jersey in what may be the frozen tundra? (calling HAARP for good weather, calling HAARP). With the partnering of the Pentagon and the NFL, you might think the military and their friends would be glad to help out and scoot a little warmth their way.

As always there's a fearmongering 'leak' of a potential false flag at the Super Bowl. I'm not counting on it.

What we do know is that this is the 'Weed Bowl.' What a strange coincidence that out of 32 teams in the league, the last two left are from the 'legal' marijuana states. If Seattle wins will coach Pete Carroll shout out "9/11 was an inside job" in the post game interview? Would Peyton then head back to Denver and fire up a big one to ease the pain? We can only hope.....

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  1. It would be refreshing if Pete Carroll shouted Cowboy Carlos is an actor from Costa Rico!!!

    I kept a few pics handy of Carlos.

    http://dublinsmickdotcom.wordpress.com/2013/10/25/boston-marathon-bombing-actors-back-in-boston-for-world-series-as-reported-on-kennys-sideshow-cowboy-carlos-is-bringing-it-once-again/

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  2. I just ran across this on LWWT. This guy has some kind of relationship with lots of words.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g0kBFqq2vwc

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  3. Kenny a subject you touch on from time to time, medical Ganja, and I have mentioned this. It looks like they can light them up in Illinois also but there is a catch. You must pay $150 a year to the state and sign forms giving up your right to own a fire arm. You care giver cannot own one either. There is no doubt they will move nationally to deny guns to anyone with a marijuana conviction or even possibly someone who has mentioned they smoke it on the net.

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/ct-medical-marijuana-rules-met-20140122,0,1530419.story

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    1. The idea that MM users would have to be disarmed has been kicked around for awhile. Also anyone taking prescription psychoactive drugs. As well as everyone in their household. The gun grabbers are looking for any backdoor to circumvent the 2nd amendment. .

      We know that many state lawmakers don't care what their constituents want and for various reasons including being bought. I had sent letters to my state house and senate reps asking them to support the MM bill now in committee. I got a response today from the house rep which was a non-response. Here's what he said.

      "I am always willing to support good legislation that is affordable and makes common sense. This bill will travel through committee before reaching the House floor."

      I'm sure it doesn't make common sense to him but he lacks that in spades. I've met the guy. Not impressed at all.

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  4. I couldn't actually confirm that the cowboy showed, though the rumors and references were thick (my original source was the Daily Beast, but it's been reported in the Boston media including his flight out earlier this afternoon), but I could not find any photos of him in the balcony with Madame Obamapotus. I didn't watch, but maybe there'll be some media aftermath. I checked the coverage including a live blog but I didn't see a reference. Lots of photos of Biden being Biden, Boehner with his thumb up, and Der Obamapotus gesticulating. I will be following up, however, with a card to the mayor on whose pandemic planning task force I served, with two goodies from tonight's blog: the FEMA requisition for motor coaches, and the note from Cryptogon about Yersinia pestis, otherwise known as the Black Death. I'd already stopped at his office and wrote a citizen's note to the mayor asking him about the RFP for dumpsters and waste disposal, but there's been no response yet.

    BTW, Madsen on the death of the staffer caught with child porn...: Part One is still not cleared for distribution, and Part Two is promised. You can be sure I'll post it when I can.

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    1. I don't know how this will fit in with what Madsen had to say but allegedly Loskarn left a suicide letter saying his actions were a result of his being sexually abused as a child,

      http://www.politico.com/story/2014/01/ryan-loskarn-letter-102716.html

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    2. The young child molester was assassinated because he knew too much. It's standard M.O. for ZOG to tie up loose ends. I also look forward to getting Madsen's take on this.
      Anyone who doesn't understand the depths of depravity of ZOG needs to go read at Huffpost or some other controlled opsosition front news organization.

      That's all for now, enjoy your day.

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    3. I'll post the now-slightly-old WMR report later tonight after the unusually-elongated "embargo" is lifted. That report doesn't say anything about the suicide note per se, but he's still developing the story, and there's no indication when the next segment will be posted.

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  5. Why do I want to get hold of a baseball bat every time that schmuck Bono's face comes into vision? Lord help me!

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  6. That awkward moment when Congress applauds the president vowing to bypass Congress.
    -switters

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    1. I noticed that. It was surreal. Does someone hold up the cue cards and the seals clap?

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    2. swits, I forget to mention that if you didn't already know it, I got banned from the DP, but it's no big deal.

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    3. What site is DP?

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    4. Daily Paul. Removed from the blogroll. Swits has an account there.

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  7. As you may recall, the MetLife stadium is in the Meadowlands complex, where our Dancing Israeli friends got taken to after their arrest. With all of Mr. Suter's talk about revenge, I wonder if something will happen...

    In any case, found this odd piece off Wikipedia:

    "On May 25, 2010, it was announced that Super Bowl XLVIII, to take place in 2014, was awarded to the stadium...The NFL requires that a Super Bowl hosting stadium must have an average temperature of 50 degrees or higher in February or be held in an indoor climate-controlled facility. However, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell waived this requirement."

    And this: On Aug 1 2012, 90,000 Orthodox Jews filled the stadium http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6GAlpjGfiM
    They managed to get 600 cops to work as security.

    Hope nothing happens - just thinking of that scene in the football stadium from The Dark Knight Rises and wondering if it's predictive programming. 2-2-2014 is the 33rd day of the year, btw.

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    1. Just why did Goodell waive that requirement? Someone had some pull to get that done.

      The 33rd day is just a coincidence. Right?

      At the grammys the other night, there was a wedding ceremony of "33" couples, gay and otherwise.

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  8. Lovely stuff, everyone. Puts a new twistie on the over/under.

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    1. 33 is the number they said on stage at the grammys. That's all I know.

      Also: Super Bowl Sunday 2/2/2014. 2+2+2+1+4 = 11. Another number that often seems to come up.

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    2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGMQaVxbGYE

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    4. There are going to be snipers and SWAT teams at this Superbowl

      http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?noframes;read=298118

      And Groundhog Day is some sort of human sacrifice ritual day, aka Candlemas and Imblog

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    5. andi, I just thought about it. Seattle is your team! If the town is anything like Nashville was in he week before they went to the SB in 2000, then there's an upbeat vibe and people are more friendly than normal, a collective elation. Yes, manufactured as laid out in the cookbook of the protocols but still an experience.I hope you have enjoyed it. (smile)

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    6. aside from the ubiquitous "12th man" flags and signs I haven't noticed it getting any friendlier. Seattle has always had an unfriendly vibe, much like Minnesota. http://ihateseattle.com/

      I think it's the Scandinavian heritage problem. If the hawks win, we'll never hear the end of it for the next couple of decades, that's all I know.

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