27 Mar 2014

Why Rape Is Sincerely Hilarious

Warning: There will be triggers for some viewers but, if you watch, please watch the whole thing before passing judgment.

UK Housing Boom Could Turn To Bust … Again + Why Do People Believe The Myth? - Who Is Spreading The Propaganda?

By Mark O'Byrne: It would seem that the measures taken in oversight and reporting, albeit a massive improvement on previous regulatory mishaps, are again proving porous. The rampant politicisation of interest rate policy and monetary tools are again creating new asset bubbles, most notably in the property and equity markets, which may in the end pose even greater risk than the financial dislocations of 2008.
Today’s AM fix was USD 1,295.00, EUR 942.09 and GBP 779.14 per ounce.
Yesterday’s AM fix was USD 1,314.50, EUR 952.74 and GBP 794.98 per ounce. Gold fell $10.80 or 0.82% yesterday to $1,301.00/oz. Silver slipped $0.25 or 1.25% at $19.75/oz.

Gold bullion dropped to its lowest level in six weeks in London as better than expected durable goods hinted to a recovery in the U.S. and increased the case for the U.S. Fed to keep reducing stimulus and start to raise interest rates. Fed Chair Yellen commented after this month’s policy meeting that the bond buying program may end this fall and the first increase in the benchmark rate may follow six months later.

U.S. President Barack Obama reiterated yesterday that the U.S. and its European allies stand united against Russian attempts to redraw Ukraine’s boundaries. Russia is the biggest supplier of palladium followed by South Africa, where workers have been on strike since Jan. 23rd.

Obama & Lagarde A Lethal Combination Destroying The World Economy

By : Christine Lagarde is a french lawyer who became chairman of the Chicago firm Baker & McKenzie. Obama endorsed Lagarde ahead of the vote claiming a woman would be proper after  Dominique Strauss-Kahn, had to resign after being charged with attempted rape in New York. However, the maid was found to be anything but credible and there is a dark cloud that hangs over this entire ordeal.  Strauss-Kahn was against some of the corruption he saw and to get Lagarde in that position made it perfect to turn Strauss-Kahn into an alleged rapist. Very curious. Lagarde has been a notorious French socialist to say the least. In an interview with The Guardian in May 2012, Lagarde was asked about economic crisis in Greece. Her response gave a deep glimpse into how the French elite view people with any money and her endorsement by Obama is no coincidence.
“Do you know what? As far as Athens is concerned, I also think about all those people who are trying to escape tax all the time. All these people in Greece who are trying to escape tax.”
Even more than you think about all those now struggling to survive without jobs or public services? “I think of them equally. And I think they should also help themselves collectively.”
How? “By all paying their tax. Yeah.”
It sounds as if you essentially are saying to the Greeks and others in Europe, you’ve had a nice time and now it’s payback time. That’s right.” She nods calmly. Yeah.”

Feminism: Socialism in Panties - Karen Straughan

FreeStateProjectNH: The roots of feminism are essentially collectivist. From the Declaration of Sentiments of Seneca Falls, published the same year as the Communist Manifesto, the language and philosophical framework of feminism is identical to that of marxism repurposed. It is a model of class struggle which casts men as the bourgeoisie and women as the proletariat, a social dynamic Karl Marx insisted must be internalized by women if women were to be convinced to participate in any communist revolution. This model lingers today in modern feminism and in mainstream society, despite a mountain of evidence that gender relations simply do not work this way.

Money Out Of Thin Debt Air - Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert with Matthew Mellon

Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the paper fist ruling the Empire of Debt. They look at the poor people being financially strip searched, stopped and frisked and then choked while standing in an X-Factor like line in order to get a low paying job at a supermarket.

Going Mental: Abusive Women, Smart Men, Bad Choices

Paul Elam: Whatever your feelings about relationships, there is no doubt that men's lives with women can be both crazy and comical — sometimes both at the same time, sometimes not.

For a thousand arguable reasons, it is our relationship lives where logic often goes out the window and all things limbic have a way of taking over. That is true for both sexes, and it can have not only a profound impact on mental health, but on the lives of the people involved.

MGTOW: Advancement Strategy + Of Hypocrites And Trolls (A Reply To RadFem Watson) + Traditionalist Males A Little Anarchy Please

Gregory Becker: This video describes how to advance the MGTOW protest without shame tactics.

Lame-Stream Media, Crimea, and US Foreign Policy + Turkey In League With Israel Against Syria: Ja’afari

Stefan Molyneux: A reading of the article, "Paul Craig Roberts on Crimea, US Foreign Policy and the Transformation of Mainstream Media" by Harrison Samphir.

£80 Billion UK Banksters Bonuses? - The BBC Sucks O Cocks News

The artist taxi driver
"Ripped off like you can't believe. 
...we are fed a diet of 1984, of double speak!"

Soros The Man Who Sold The World - Pete Papaherakles


BANKSTER APOLOGISTS: How A Murdoch Intellectual Tries To Persuade His Readership That Banking Perfidy Is A Myth

RoopbankptnetBy John Ward: I’m indebted to a regular Slogger for pointing me at this Aussie piece by Steve Keen, writing at The Australian’s Business Spectator. Just so we’re clear about this from the off, The Australian is owned by Newscorpse, aka Rupert Murdshlock.
Keen is a former professor in economics and finance who taught at the University of Western Sydney. He considers himself a post-Keynesian, criticizing neoclassical economics as inconsistent, unscientific and empirically unsupported. As I hope to develop in this post, he too is as empirically unsupported as the now ubiquitous Wily E. Coyote in economic matters.
His latest column is about Fractional Reserve Banking, and Mr Keen uses it to salute the Bank of England for pointing out that FRB “as a money multiplier is neither fraud, nor the way things are, but a myth — and it rightly blames economic textbooks for perpetuating it”.
Hmm. Steve tells us that, under the “myth” put about by textbook authors, ‘Stage one in the money creation model is that the Fed (or the Bank of England) gives the banks additional reserves — say $100 billion worth. Then in stage two, the banks lend this to their customers, who then deposit it right back into banks, who hang on to 10 per cent of it ($10 billion) and lend the remaining $90 billion out again.’