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30 August 2015

"God's Chosen" put American taxpayer money to work


Images of Israeli soldier trying to arrest boy with broken arm go viral

Jerusalem (CNN) - Images of an armed Israeli soldier trying to arrest an 11-year-old Palestinian boy with a broken arm in the West Bank went viral on social media over the weekend.

The images show the soldier putting a headlock on the child while women pull on the soldier's back, trying to free the boy.

The altercation took place during a weekly protest Friday organized by Palestinian activists against settlement construction in the village of Nabi Saleh in the West Bank.

Bassem Tamimi, the boy's father, told CNN that he was present at the time.

"This is very difficult for any father or mother to see their son or daughter in that way, being violently attacked," said Tamimi.

Tamimi is a Palestinian activist and was one of the organizers of the demonstration.

University of Texas Removes Jefferson Davis Statue


A statue of President Jefferson Davis has been removed from its place on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin after a failed appeal by a Confederate heritage group.

Crews could be seen Sunday morning removing the statue of the Confederate president from its place near the university's iconic clock tower.


University President Greg Fenves recently said the statue would be moved to a museum.

The statue has been a target of vandalism as well as criticism that it is a symbol of racism and discrimination. Confederate symbols nationwide are being re-considered following the recent mass shooting of members of a black church in Charleston, South Carolina.

A judge last week ruled against the Sons of Confederate Veterans, which sued to stop the university from moving it.

Trump wins GOP straw poll after spirited speech in Nashville



NASHVILLE, Tenn. – He’s hired.

Donald Trump handily won the straw poll at the National Federal of Republican Assemblies event in Nashville, Tennessee, on Saturday, becoming both the first and second top pick among conservatives here after delivering another boisterous speech.

“I need your frickin’ votes!”

“I don’t want it to be about me. This is about common sense,” Trump said, even as he extolled his surging numbers. “Normally I wouldn’t say this, but I need your frickin’ votes!” he exclaimed at another point.

A few hours after addressing a cheering crowd of about 800, Trump was declared the first choice Republican presidential candidate with 52% of the vote, as well as the top pick for attendees’ second choice, with 26%. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and former neurosurgeon Ben Carson were the second and third choices, respectively, in the NFRA straw poll for first and second-choice candidates.

While straw polls are not known for their scientific specificity or methodology, Saturday’s result is just the latest in a series of successes at the polls for Trump, who on Saturday called his candidacy “a movement” and his supporters “a silent majority.”

“The Republican party has been treating me very, very fairly,” Trump told reporters after his speech Saturday, responding to a question about whether the billionaire businessman would mount a third party run if he fails to secure the Republican nomination. “In terms of victory, that would certainly be the best path to victory and we’re going to make a decision very soon, and I think a lot of people are going to be very happy.”

States like South Carolina, where Trump attended an event on Thursday, mandate that Republican candidates sign pledges to support the eventual GOP nominee when the file for the state’s primary. In Greenville, S.C., Trump told media, “we’ll we have plenty of time to think about it.” 

But while he demurred on questions of an independent candidacy, he was forceful when it came to defending comments he made Friday about one of Hillary Clinton’s top aides, Huma Abedin.

“I think it’s a very dangerous thing when she is the receiver of so much of this very important information and she’s married to guy that obviously is psychologically disturbed,” Trump said, doubling down on previous remarks about Abedin’s husband, sex scandal-plagued former Congressman Anthony Weiner.

“So how can she be married to this guy who’s got these major problems? She’s getting her most important information, it could be, in the world. Who knows what he’s going to do with it?” he continued. “What she did is a very dangerous thing for this country, and probably it’s a criminal act.”

Marine Le Pen calls for end to legal immigration to France


In a speech rallying her Front National (FN) ahead of regional elections, French pro-White leader Marine Le Pen has called for an end to all immigration to France, legal and illegal. She also discussed immigrants, Islamists, and French President François Hollande.

"They don't tell you this but the immigration situation in France is totally out of control," Le Pen said at a meeting to mark the start of France's new political season. "My aim is clear: to stop immigration both legal and illegal."

The FN's programme officially calls for immigration to be limited to 10,000 people per year but Le Pen went further, declaring, "We need national borders for France."

Undocumented immigrants should not receive state-funded medical care and social security payments to asylum-seekers should end, she said.

Repeating a demand she made after the 21 August failed attack on a high-speed train from Belgium to France, she called for "all foreigners on file for links with radical Islamist movements to be deported", adding that "radical mosques" should be closed and their imams be thrown out of the country if they are foreigners.

Hollande was a "do-nothing president", she told her audience in the village of Brachay, where she 72 per cent of the votes in the last presidential election.

The current farming crisis should be solved by scrapping the Common Agricultural Policy, Le Pen said. "No compromise is possible with the European Union."

29 August 2015

Pollster Absolutely Astonished By Focus Group Results on Donald Trump: ‘My Legs Are Shaking’

“I want to put the Republican leadership behind this mirror and let them see. They need to wake up. They don’t realize how the grassroots have abandoned them. Donald Trump is punishment to a Republican elite that wasn’t listening to their grassroots.”


Pollster Frank Luntz was left in absolute astonishment Monday night by the results of a focus group who espoused support for Republican presidential contender Donald Trump, despite watching a series of video clips which some might use to undermine his campaign.

Luntz played for the 29-person focus group a series of videos which showed apparent flip-flops, derogatory comments toward women and his brash manner when laying out policy, Time reported. The group was made up of 23 White people, three Black people and three Hispanics — mostly college educated and financially comfortable.

But, despite this, most were still committed to the real estate tycoon — some even more than when they entered the room.

“You guys understand how significant this is?” Luntz reportedly asked the press, who observed the polling, after the results were in. “This is real. I’m having trouble processing it. Like, my legs are shaking.”

“I want to put the Republican leadership behind this mirror and let them see. They need to wake up. They don’t realize how the grassroots have abandoned them,” Luntz continued, according to Time. “Donald Trump is punishment to a Republican elite that wasn’t listening to their grassroots.”

The group reacted strongly to Trump’s promise to put an end to illegal immigration and strengthen the U.S. military.


“We love our country and we love what our country stands for,” one woman told Time. “I look at where we are now as a country where entitlements are just totally out of control. Our borders have completely dissolved. We’re not what we used to be. I want to people to represent my interest.”

Another woman, who voted for Obama twice, said she liked that Trump was “not afraid.”

“He keeps prodding on even if people give him negative press. He doesn’t change and apologize,” she told Time.

The focus group was somewhat significant. After the first Republican presidential debate, hosted by Fox News, Luntz found himself the target of some of Trump’s ire when his focus group suggested the billionaire’s performance had caused him to lose support.

Sweden Democrats wants referendum on invasion

Sweden-Democrats youth member in traditional Swedish costume


Stockholm (AFP) - Sweden's pro-White Sweden Democrats, which recently topped an opinion poll for the first time, want a referendum to be held on the country's generous invader policy, its party leader said Saturday.

"It's time for a referendum in Sweden on our immigration policy," Jimmie Akesson told supporters who gathered to hear his annual summer speech.

His chances of obtaining a vote are however slim: parliament must vote on whether to hold a referendum, and only six have been held since 1922.

Sweden welcomed 80,000 invaders last year, shouldering the biggest burden in the EU as a proportion of its population of 9.7 million.

With a cradle-to-grave welfare state, a reputation for tolerance, and a healthy economy and job market, Sweden is a favoured destination for the record number of invaders fleeing ZOG-induced conflicts, authoritarian regimes and poverty worldwide.

Akesson said Sweden's open-arms policy and generous benefits system were contributing to the tragedy unfolding in Europe today. "What is it that makes people risk their lives and those of their children to come here? I dare say it is the other parties' lax policies that cause many of these tragic fates. That cause death," he said.

The Sweden Democrats, with roots in Sweden's most radical pro-White element, entered parliament in 2010 with the ambition of curbing the genocide of the indigenous Swedes.

They became the third-biggest party in 2014 general elections with 12.9 percent of votes and 49 of the 349 seats in parliament.

All seven other parties in parliament refuse to take on the Sweden Democrats as allies, and have rejected their anti-invader stance. For them, invaders are tools with which to genocide the Swedes and usher in a balkanized Marxist dictatorship.

Talk of the town: French mayor's 'pro-White laboratory'

Robert Ménard is outraging the left in France, who view his policies in Béziers as ‘pure provocation’ against secularism and immigration

Robert Ménard poses in front of a municipality campaign poster showing an 7.65-calibre handgun, with a campaign slogan reading: ‘From now on, the municipal police has a new friend.’

In the bullring of Béziers, with 8,000 people crammed into the stands and fanning themselves in the heat, an extraordinary spectacle began. France’s most controversial mayor, glancing up at the adoring crowds, solemnly paraded around the ring in an elaborate holy procession following an effigy of the Virgin Mary and a dozen horse riders in flamenco dresses watched over by priests. It was, he said, about reaffirming France’s Christian roots.

The vast, town hall-sponsored, public Catholic mass is unheard of in fiercely secular modern France, which has strict laws on the separation of church and state. It caused outrage on the left, which has accused the mayor of turning this picturesque but poverty-stricken Mediterranean town into an increasingly polarised “laboratory of the far right”.

When Ménard armed the local police with 7.65-calibre handguns and put posters of giant handguns across the town reading ‘Police officers have a new friend’, the Socialist government was outraged. Then police swooped on Ménard this spring when he claimed on live TV that he had counted the first names of nursery and primary school children in the town and determined that 64.6% were Muslim.

Ménard’s view is that immigration is France’s real problem. “Our immigration has to stop,” he said.

Although elected with the official support of Marine Le Pen and the far-right Front National, he has deliberately stayed outside the party. This leaves him free “to say what I want when I want”. But he is an important figure to the Front National. Last year Le Pen’s party gained a record 11 mayors across France, but Béziers, with a population of more than 71,000, is by far the biggest town run by a Front National-aligned mayor.

Le Pen, her eyes on a presidential bid in 2017, has insisted the Front National mayors keep their heads down and avoid the controversies that plagued the party when the party ran towns in the 1990s. Ménard, outside the party, is not bound by this and has dominated French headlines and transformed his town hall newsletter into a slick, polemical magazine. He is seen by many as further right than Le Pen and more socially conservative. He says they have a good relationship and she takes inspiration from some of his policies.

He doesn’t like the term “extreme right” preferring to talk of a rise in nationalist and patriotic feeling in a French electorate disgusted with traditional parties.

“I think he’s wonderful,” said one 92-year-old woman, a retired cleaner. “He’s really cleaning up the town. The police are a lot more visible. I’ve got nothing against Arabs; I’ve got lots of Arab friends, but there used to be too many Maghrebins [north Africans] just hanging around the square.”

“His media strategy as mayor of Béziers relies on polemics aimed at shattering the politically correct consensus on secularism, immigration, and even the poor.”

Ménard said: “The media can say whatever they want. My only concern is doing what I think has to be done for the people of Béziers and for my own convictions.”

28 August 2015

The party of Andrew Jackson has become the party of Obama

Hillary Clinton: "The Party of Lincoln has become the party of Trump"


MINNEAPOLIS – Facing Democrats who have concerns about her presidential candidacy, Hillary Rodham Clinton galvanized them on Friday with a searing attack on Republicans, saying “the party of Lincoln has become the party of Trump” as a result of Republicans’ reluctance to repudiate Donald J. Trump and his divisive remarks about immigrants, women and others.

Mixing humor with a fiery display of disgust, both of which drew standing ovations and chants of “Hillary!” at a Democratic National Committee meeting here, Mrs. Clinton sought to position herself as the fiercest fighter the Democrats could put up in 2016 against the eventual Republican nominee – and the one best equipped to strengthen the party organization and help elect more Democrats in 2016.

Her applause lines drew such enthusiastic reactions that, for a moment, the ongoing controversy over her email server – and the possibility that Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. might enter the presidential race – receded, as the crowd seemed to revel in her broadsides against Republicans.

“Their flamboyant front-runner has grabbed a lot of attention lately, but if you look at everyone else’s policies, they’re pretty much the same,” Mrs. Clinton said to several hundred Democrats. “They’re Trump without the pizzazz or the hair.”


Turning from smiling to stern, she continued: “You hear Mr. Trump say hateful things about immigrants, even about their babies. But how many others disagree with him, or support a real path to citizenship, or draw the line at repealing the 14th Amendment? Today the party of Lincoln has become the party of Trump. Think about it.”

Mrs. Clinton laced into Mr. Trump for saying Thursday that she “doesn’t have a clue” on dealing with issues important to women.

“Really? I mean, you can’t make this stuff up, folks,” she said. “Trump actually says he would do a much better job for women than I would. Now that’s a general election debate that’s going to be a lot of fun.”

Mrs. Clinton, one of four Democratic candidates scheduled to speak here on Friday, spoke for 25 minutes even though the party’s rules restricted speeches to about 10 minutes. She presented herself as the candidate whose coattails other Democrats could ride into office in 2016.

The banquet room was packed with supporters of Mrs. Clinton, though even some of them have expressed growing concern that she has not been able to put to rest questions about her use of a private email server as secretary of state. She did not address that issue in her speech but told reporters afterward that she would continue trying to clarify the issue.

“No promises to end the era of mass incarceration or say clearly and loudly, ‘Black lives matter,’” said Mrs. Clinton, whose choice of words inspired several audience members to chant “black lives matter” along with her.

Cosmic Jamestown: An Astrobiologist Is Already Fighting For Martian Independence

Should colonists on the Red Planet be free from Earth’s influence from the get-go?

Cosmic Jamestown
White Independence

The first human colonists on Mars will have to deal with a lot of things to survive, from food to water to shelter. But for future Martians to be successful in the long term, one astrobiologist thinks that they also need independence from Earth control.

In a manifesto of sorts published in the journal New Space, Jacob Haqq-Misra argues that future Martian colonists should be given the chance to develop their own culture, value systems and governments from the start. An astrobiologist at the Blue Marble Space Institute of Science, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting international cooperation in space exploration, Haqq-Misra believes that early independence might not only stave off a war for independence between Martian colonists and their Earthling rulers, but could allow Martians to develop new ways of problem solving, Sarah Fecht writes for Popular Science.

“The eventual landing of humans on Mars will be of tremendous transformative value,” Haqq-Misra writes. “Before such an event, I propose that we liberate Mars from any controlling interests of Earth and allow martian settlements to develop into a second independent instance of human civilization.”

“At some point in time, they will not like that anymore,” Frans von der Dunk, a space law professor at the University of Nebraska, tells Fecht. “They won't feel like they are American or Russian or wherever they come from, they'll feel like they are Martian. They will say, 'Listen, we don't want to pay taxes anymore, and we want to develop our own legal system.'”

Luckily, legal theorists will have some time to work out a plan: NASA is aiming to develop the technology to send people to Mars by the 2030’s, but has no plans to found a permanent colony. While the Mars One project claims that it will send a small group of volunteers to found a permanent Martian colony in 2026, the company’s mission plan has been criticized as unfeasible at best and a complete scam at worst. But if people want to ward off a potential interplanetary war, it might be worth considering letting Martian colonists make their own way.

The entire article is available here.

Defecating on the War Pig


ZURICH: Switzerland expressed regret on Friday after its ambassador to Iran displayed a cartoon depicting two doves defecating on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's head, at an event promoting Iranian business opportunities.

Ambassador Giulio Haas showed the image during a speech to hundreds of Swiss and Iranian business people at a Zurich hotel on Thursday.

Haas' address came as Europeans race back to Iran, whose markets and major reserves of oil and gas will be much easier to tap once sanctions are lifted under a global deal struck last month.

In his speech, Haas called Iran the "pole of stability in a very, very unsafe region." He urged Swiss businesses not to delay their endeavours in Iran, a potentially lucrative market with a population of 80 million.

The cartoon, a commentary on responses to the deal Tehran struck on July 14 with world powers to limit its nuclear work in return for sanctions relief, shows a pair of doves with U.S. and Iranian flags on their chests atop Netanyahu's head.

At Thursday's event, Haas displayed the image of the cartoon on an enormous screen, under the title "Iran: now or never."

"What this picture shows is, I think now is really the opportunity to assess the market," he said.

In the United States, where Iran has long been seen as a regional menace, Congress has until Sept. 17 to vote on the nuclear deal.

Switzerland lifted some sanctions on Iran this month, though most remain.

Haas urged those gathered in Zurich, including representatives from power products maker ABB, Swiss bank UBS and farm-equipment maker Bucher Industries, not to delay efforts open up to Iran.

Switzerland and Israel have at times had fraught relations.

In 2009, Israel recalled its ambassador to Switzerland to protest a U.N. conference in Geneva attended by then-President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Israel has also complained to Switzerland in the past about its purchase of natural gas from Iran.

In 1998, Swiss banks reached a US$1.25 billion deal with Holocaust survivors and their descendants over the fate of funds deposited in Swiss banks by Jews during World War Two.

The Israeli embassy on Friday did not immediately return a request for comment on Haas' use of the cartoon.

27 August 2015

Interstellar seeds could create oases of life

In this theoretical artist's conception of the Milky Way galaxy, transluscent green "bubbles" mark areas where life has spread beyond its home system to create cosmic oases, a process called panspermia. New research suggests that we could detect the pattern of panspermia, if it occurs.

We only have one example of a planet with life: Earth. But within the next generation, it should become possible to detect signs of life on planets orbiting distant stars. If we find alien life, new questions will arise. For example, did that life arise spontaneously? Or could it have spread from elsewhere? If life crossed the vast gulf of interstellar space long ago, how would we tell?

New research by Harvard astrophysicists shows that if life can travel between the stars (a process called panspermia), it would spread in a characteristic pattern that we could potentially identify.

"In our theory clusters of life form, grow, and overlap like bubbles in a pot of boiling water," says lead author Henry Lin of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA).

There are two basic ways for life to spread beyond its host star. The first would be via natural processes such as gravitational slingshotting of asteroids or comets. The second would be for intelligent life to deliberately travel outward. The paper does not deal with how panspermia occurs. It simply asks: if it does occur, could we detect it? In principle, the answer is yes.

The model assumes that seeds from one living planet spread outward in all directions. If a seed reaches a habitable planet orbiting a neighboring star, it can take root. Over time, the result of this process would be a series of life-bearing oases dotting the galactic landscape.

"Life could spread from host star to host star in a pattern... In a sense, the Milky Way galaxy would become [permeated by] pockets of life," explains CfA co-author Avi Loeb.

If we detect signs of life in the atmospheres of alien worlds, the next step will be to look for a pattern. For example, in an ideal case where the Earth is on the edge of a "bubble" of life, all the nearby life-hosting worlds we find will be in one half of the sky, while the other half will [not yet host life].

Lin and Loeb caution that a pattern will only be discernible if life spreads somewhat rapidly. Since stars in the Milky Way drift relative to each other, stars that are neighbors now won't be neighbors in a few million years. In other words, stellar drift would smear out the bubbles.

Astronomers unravel the history of galaxies for the first time


A team of international scientists, led by astronomers from Cardiff University's School of Physics and Astronomy, has shown for the first time that galaxies can change their structure over the course of their lifetime.

By observing the sky as it is today, and peering back in time using the Hubble and Herschel telescopes, the team have shown that a large proportion of galaxies have undergone a major 'metamorphosis' since they were initially formed after the Big Seed.

By providing the first direct evidence of the extent of this transformation, the team hope to shed light on the processes that caused these dramatic changes, and therefore gain a greater understanding of the appearance and properties of the Universe as we know it today.

In their study, which has been published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society¸ the researchers observed around 10,000 galaxies currently present in the Universe using a survey of the sky created by the Herschel ATLAS and GAMA projects.


Using the Hubble and Herschel telescopes, the researchers then looked further out into the Universe, and thus further back in time, to observe the galaxies that formed shortly after the Big Seed.

The researchers showed that 83 per cent of all the stars formed since the Big Seed were initially located in a disc-shaped galaxy.

However, only 49 per cent of stars that exist in the Universe today are located in these disc-shaped galaxies—the remainder are located in oval-shaped galaxies.

The results suggest a massive transformation in which disc-shaped galaxies became oval-shaped galaxies.

Lead author of the study Professor Steve Eales, from Cardiff University's School of Physics and Astronomy, said: "Many people have claimed before that this metamorphosis has occurred, but by combining Herschel and Hubble, we have for the first time been able to accurately measure the extent of this transformation. Galaxies are the basic building blocks of the Universe, so this metamorphosis really does represent one of the most significant changes in its appearance and properties in the last 8 billion years."

Dr. David Clements, a co-author of the study from Imperial College London, said: "Up to now we've seen individual cases in the local universe where galaxy mergers convert spirals into ellipticals. This study shows that this kind of transformation is not exceptional, but is part of the normal history of galaxy evolution."

Matthew Allen, a Ph.D. student at Cardiff University and a member of the team, said: "This is a huge step in understanding how the galactic population has evolved over billions of years. Using some of the most cutting edge data and techniques, we are finally beginning to understand the processes that have shaped our Universe."

26 August 2015

El Obeso Chico


Ricardo Sánchez, known as “El Mandril” on his Spanish-language, drive-time radio show in Los Angeles, has taken to calling Donald J. Trump “El hombre del peluquín” — the man of the toupee.

Some of Mr. Sánchez’s listeners are less kind, referring to Mr. Trump, who has dismissed some Mexican immigrants as “rapists” and criminals, simply as “Hitler.”

“The Spanish-language media is basically taking Trump through the prism of what’s best for the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the country, so to the extent that Trump is coming out with statements that are threatening the existence of that community, he’s been covered like an enemy,” he said.

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“I have said that Mexico does not stop at its border, that wherever there is a Mexican, there is Mexico,” he said. “And, for this reason, the government action on behalf of our countrymen is guided by principles, for the defense and protection of their rights.”  — Former Mexican President Felipe Calderón, September 2, 2007


Mierda tú Obeso Chico

25 August 2015

To the Light side


For now, though, there is a dearth of data to shore up or shoot down diverse conjectures, leaving a vast playground for theorists to mess around in. The most credible ideas involve a fundamental constant of physics—perhaps the cosmological constant itself—varying in time or space. So far, it appears that dark energy’s effects came into prominence only in the past 6 billion years or so. A time-varying cosmological constant would thus be an easy fix.

That is the idea behind a theory that a handful of physicists have cleverly called quintessence. But such adjustments all run into a whack-a-mole problem: fix the darknesses and your modified theory fails to account for some other phenomenon.


Banishing the darkness is a worthy goal. Indeed, the ultimate fate of the universe is at stake. The amount and nature of dark energy, and whether its properties vary with the age or size of the universe, will dictate which of three futures happens. In one, the universe expands calmly for ever. More dramatically, the expansion may speed up as the effects of dark energy overwhelm everything else. The universe then thins out of existence in a “Big Rip”. Or matter may eventually win out over dark energy—its gravity slowing and reversing the expansion, and drawing everything together again in a “Big Crunch”.

In an era when so much science seems understood, all this uncertainty might appear to be an embarrassment. Not so. Any physicist would tell you it is an opportunity, a frontier. After all, from his point of view, there remains 95% of the universe—a quintessential part, it might be said—yet to be discovered.

The entire article is available here.

You don't mess with the Donald

Jorge Ramos talks shit about The Donald

The Donald slaps Jorge Ramos down to size

Almost 80,000 sign UK petition to arrest war pig Netanyahu


London (AFP) - Almost 80,000 people had by Monday signed a petition urging the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for war crimes when he visits London next month.

The petition was launched earlier this month by British citizen Damian Moran and is posted on the government's website.

"Under international law he (Netanyahu) should be arrested for war crimes upon arrival in the UK for the massacre of over 2,000 civilians in 2014," Moran said, referring to the 51-day offensive by Israeli forces in Gaza last year.

If the number of signatories reaches 100,000, the petition can be considered for debate in Britain's parliament.

But Moran told media he doubted it would reach the chamber given the close relationship between Israel and Britain.

The British government was obliged to respond after the document received 10,000 signatories, saying that "visiting heads of foreign governments, such as prime minister Netanyahu, have immunity from legal process, and cannot be arrested or detained".

"We recognise that the conflict in Gaza last year took a terrible toll," it added.

"As the prime minister (David Cameron) said, we were all deeply saddened by the violence and the UK has been at the forefront of international reconstruction efforts.

"However the prime minister was clear on the UK's recognition of Israel's right to take proportionate action to defend itself, within the boundaries of international humanitarian law."


Britain is pushing for a two-state solution to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and "will reinforce this message to Mr Netanyahu during his visit" in September, according to the response.

Any British citizen can launch a petition on the government's website, asking for a specific action from the government or parliament's lower House of Commons.

Only British citizens are meant to sign the petitions, but need only enter a name, email address and valid postcode.

Israel launched military action in the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip on July 8 last year, leading to the deaths of more than 2,000 Palestinians and 66 Israeli soldiers.

Pro-Palestinian British lawyers unsuccessfully tried to arrest former Israeli justice minister Tzipi Livni following the 2008-2009 Gaza war.

Israel's embassy in London called the latest petition a "meaningless publicity stunt".

24 August 2015

There are still too many White male doctors


Too many White men are entering certain medical specialties in the U.S., researchers say.

Diversifying the physician workforce may be key to addressing health disparities and inequities, Dr. Curtiland Deville of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, who worked on the study, said in an email.

Minority physicians continue to provide the majority of care for underserved and non-English speaking populations,” Dr. Deville added.

Yet "in no specialties . . . were the percentages of black or Hispanic trainees comparable with the representation of these groups in the US population," he and his colleagues wrote in JAMA Internal Medicine.

Medical schools have been trying to increase the diversity of their students, "with perhaps the assumption that this increased diversity will translate downstream to all specialties," Dr. Deville told Reuters Health.

But, he added, his team's new study shows that in some specialties, such as radiology, orthopedics, and otolaryngology, there's still "disproportionate underrepresentation of women and minorities.”

Using publicly reported data, the researchers determined that of the 16,835 medical school graduates in 2012, 48 percent were women and 15 percent were minority groups (including 7 percent Hispanic and 7 percent black).

Also in 2012, there were 115,111 trainees in "postgraduate" medical education - for example, in internships and residencies - of whom 46 percent were women and 14 percent were minorities (8 percent Hispanic and 6 percent black).

Of the 688,468 practicing physicians in 2012, 30 percent were women and 9 percent were members of underrepresented minorities, including 5 percent who were Hispanic and 4 percent who were black.

In 2012, women accounted for 82 percent of trainees in obstetrics and gynecology and for 75 percent of pediatrics trainees. Women also accounted for more than half of all trainees in dermatology, family medicine, pathology, and psychiatry - but for only 14 percent of trainees in orthopedics.

Among black trainees, family medicine and obstetrics and gynecology were top picks, while otolaryngology (ear, nose and throat) was least favorite. Among Hispanic trainees, top picks were psychiatry, family medicine, obstetrics and gynecology and pediatrics, while ophthalmology was least favorite.

Representation was increased in certain specialties for females, Blacks, and Hispanics but remained largely unchanged in others, Dr. Deville told Reuters Health.

What's needed to increase diversity in medical specialties?

“First is the need to increase the available pipeline of diverse medical students,” Dr. Deville said. “This is especially the case for Blacks, Hispanics, and other underrepresented groups. In parallel, is the need to ensure that female, black, and Hispanic medical students are exposed, prepared, and engaged to join all medical specialties."

He added, “I do think there is a role for hospitals and medical schools to make sure that their environments are as inclusive as possible. A minority or a woman shouldn't look at a particular field like orthopedics and say, 'Well, that's not for me.' There should be training that's happening for the graduate medical education leaders (and) for the faculty members of institutions to make sure that they are exposing all students to different opportunities so they can make the right choice for themselves.”

Merkel vows to promote the genocide of the German people

East German Communist Angela Merkel condemns 'disgusting' message of survival for the German people

Germany's interior minister led calls on Sunday for a crackdown on pro-White patriots and native Germans after a second night of demonstrations involving an infiltrator den in an eastern German town near Dresden.

Just a day after 31 police officers were hurt in protests against the invaders, a Reuters photographer on Saturday night saw some 200 German patriots in Heidenau throwing fireworks and bottles at police.

Amid fears of more patriotic resistance, ZOG forces on Sunday started to set up a security zone around the invaders' camps.

The situation remained tense on Sunday evening when police used tear gas to break up clashes between German freedom fighters and pro-invader traitors, ZOG media reported.

ZOG Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel will breeze through town on Monday.

As Europe experiences the planned influx of invaders fleeing ZOG-instigated wars in countries such as Syria and Iraq, ZOG-German politicians could not care less about the financial and social effects on their country, the EU's biggest recipient of infiltrators.

Germany, which has pro-White genocide liberal asylum laws, expects the number of invaders to quadruple this year to 800,000. ZOG-Chancellor Angela Merkel says it is the biggest issue the EU faces, tougher even than the elimination of the Greek people.

ZOG Interior Minster Thomas de Maiziere condemned the native Germans' resistance.

"At the same time as we see a wave of people indoctrinated into advocating White genocide, we also have a rise in patriotic resistance, activity and organizing against the invaders. That is obscene and unworthy of ZOG," de Maiziere told Bild am Sonntag newspaper.

"Anyone who acts like that faces the full force of the Judeo-plutocracy."

Justice Minister Heiko Maas responded to the Heidenau riot by saying there was zero tolerance for German survival or patriotic resistance.

Few politicians have warned about the stark reality of the ongoing, coordinated campaign of genocide being waged against the German people.

Some of Merkel's cuckservatives want to curb benefits for invaders but let the White genocide continue unabated in other European White homelands.

De Maiziere said the EU had to agree on a list of countries of "easy pickings" to make it easier to ship the invaders to other White nations.

Gabriel said the EU's open borders scheme could be at risk if the impression arose that only Sweden, Austria and Germany acquiesced to the genocide of the European people.

Some lawmakers have demanded more White tax money for localities to spend on perpetuating the campaign of White genocide. Others want to kill off the European people even faster than is already being done.

Pro-White Golden Dawn gears up for Greek vote


Parties on both the right and left of Greece's political spectrum are hoping to capitalize on Alexis Tsipras' resignation ahead of almost certain elections in September. Bloomberg's Tom Mackenzie spent a day with the pro-White Golden Dawn party, and the fake-opposition Popular Unity Party as they prepare to kick-start their campaigns.

23 August 2015

Burn this bitch down! Explosions at US military base in Kanagawa, Japan

Explosions at US military base in Kanagawa, Japan


A series of explosions erupted early Monday morning, likely at Sagami General Depot, a US army outpost in Kanagawa Prefecture, on the outskirts of Tokyo.

"There are no reports of injury, and base firefighters and first responders are currently fighting the resulting fire to prevent its spread to nearby buildings," said Pentagon spokesman Bill Urban.

The fire department of the city of Sagamihara said the blasts rang out shortly before 1:00am local time, national broadcaster NHK reported.


More than ten fire trucks were dispatched to the site of the fire. Japan’s Asahi newspaper reported that no general evacuation of nearby areas had been called.

“I was asleep, and at first thought it might have been the roar of thunder, but then there was a sequence of explosions for 10, maybe 15 minutes. A pillar of orange rose to the skies, and the air was filled with the smell of gunpowder,” one eyewitness told NHK.

Sagami General Depot is a sprawling 200-hectare facility, bordered by urban areas and a train line, with a university campus and a hospital in the vicinity. A former WWII-era tank plant and arsenal, it currently houses the 35th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, and various logistics and medical departments overseeing the US military network in the region.

The site, which has been underused in recent years, lies on prime real estate just 40km from the heart of Tokyo, and has been subject of negotiations, with the US planning to eventually return most of the territory, under the terms of a 2006 agreement.

22 August 2015

White Power at a Donald Trump Rally


Trump centered much of his speech on illegal immigration and the need to build a wall. Trump fans expressed support for the real estate mogul’s push to eliminate birthright citizenship in order to do away with so-called “anchor babies.” "It's not right that they are just coming in free will and having babies and they stay here," one supporter told AL.com. "It's not right."


Mobile resident Jim Sherota, clutching a vaporizer in one hand and wearing a t-shirt of conservative musician Ted Nugent, took it one step further.

"The way I see it they ought to make it a vacation spot," Sherota said. "OK, you want to come to the border, $25 for a permit, you can shoot all the people you want that cross illegally."

He later clarified that his remarks were "in jest."

As Trump spoke one man in the crowd could be heard yelling out “White power!” A Daily Kos contributor said this was not an isolated incident and that the phrase was yelled out multiple times by members of the crowd throughout the event.

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FULL SPEECH - Donald Trump, GOP Presidential Front Runner, at Mobile, AL Rally

At 53:41, Trump declares his admiration for Israel. Does he mean it, or is he saying what he has to? 

King Cuck: Jeb Bush turning Black

CHECK OUT HIS LEFT HAND

Well, this is awkward.

The Jeb Bush (a.k.a King Cuck) super PAC Right to Rise sent a mailer to more than 85,000 Iowa voters, but something is a bit off in the photo of the group's favorite 2016 presidential nominee.

The group also tweeted the photo as a teaser for the mailer. Take a close look at Bush in the second photo of their tweet and you'll see that his left hand appears several shades darker than the rest of his skin.


Liberal news blog ThinkProgress accused the group of superimposing the GOP nominee's head onto the body of a black man, while TIME pointed out the background in the picture is actually a stock photo of Cedar Rapids.

Perhaps it is Bush's entire body pasted onto the stock photo and the mailer's creator just got a little carried away with Photoshop's Burn tool, which is used to darken parts of an image. Whatever the case, it appears to be a pretty big Photoshop fail on someone's part.

NBC News has reached out to Right to Rise to shed a little light on Bush's uneven skin tone and will update if we hear back.

The Big Seed: It Takes 26 Fundamental Constants To Give Us Our Universe, But They Still Don't Give Everything

When we think about our Universe at a fundamental level, we think about all the particles in it and all the forces and interactions that occur between them. If you can describe those forces, interactions and particle properties, you have everything you need to reproduce our Universe, or at least a Universe virtually indistinguishable from our own, in its entirety.

Because if you know the laws of physics — gravitation, quantum mechanics, electromagnetism, the nuclear forces, etc. — all you need are the relationships that tell you “by how much,” and so long as you start with the same initial conditions, you’ll wind up with a Universe with the same structures from atoms to galaxy clusters, the same processes from electron transitions to stellar explosions, the same periodic table of elements, and the same chemical combinations from hydrogen gas to proteins and hydrocarbon chains, among a great number of other similarities.


When you encounter the question of “how much,” you probably think of the force of gravity being determined by a universal gravitational constant, G, and of the “energy of a particle” being determined by its rest mass, such as the mass of an electron, me. You think of the speed of light, c, and for quantum mechanics, Planck’s constant, ħ. But physicists don’t like to use these constants when we describe the Universe, because these constants have arbitrary dimensions and units to them.

But there’s no inherent importance to a unit like a meter, a kilogram or a second; in fact there’s no reason at all to force ourselves to define things like “mass” or “time” or “distance” when it comes to the Universe. If we give the right dimensionless constants (without meters, kilograms, seconds or any other “dimensions” in them) that describe the Universe, we should naturally get out our Universe itself. This includes things like the masses of the particles, the strengths of their interactions, the speed limit of the Universe and even the fundamental properties of spacetime itself!


As it turns out, it takes 26 dimensionless constants to describe the Universe as simply and completely as possible, which is quite a small number, but not necessarily as small as we like. Here’s what they are.

1.) The fine-structure constant, or the strength of the electromagnetic interaction. In terms of some of the physical constants we’re more familiar with, this is a ratio of the elementary charge (of, say, an electron) squared to Planck’s constant and the speed of light. But if you put these constants together, you get a dimensionless number! At the energies currently present in our Universe, this number comes out to ≈ 1/137.036, although the strength of this interaction increases as the energy of the interacting particles rise.

2.) The strong coupling constant, which defines the strength of the force that holds protons and neutrons together. Although the way the strong force works is very different from the electromagnetic force or gravity, the strength of this interaction can still be parametrized by a single coupling constant. This constant of our Universe, too, like the electromagnetic one, changes strength with energy.


3–17.) This one is a bit of a disappointment. We have fifteen particles in the Standard Model: the six quarks, six leptons, the W, Z, and the Higgs boson, that all have a rest mass. While it’s true that their antiparticles all have identical rest masses, we were hoping that there would’ve been some relationship, pattern, or more fundamental theory that gave rise to these masses with fewer parameters. Alas, it takes fifteen constants to describe these masses, with the lone good news that we can scale these parameters to be relative to the gravitational constant, G, to wind up with 15 dimensionless parameters that have no need for a separate descriptor of the gravitational force’s strength.

18–21.) The quark mixing parameters. We have six different types of quarks, and because there are two subsets of three that all have the same quantum numbers as one another, they can mix together. If you’ve ever heard of the weak nuclear force, radioactive decay or CP-violation, these four parameters — all of which must be (and have been) measured — are required to describe them.

22–25.) The neutrino mixing parameters. Similar to the quark sector, there are four parameters that detail how neutrinos mix with one another, given that the three types of neutrino species all have the same quantum number. The solar neutrino problem — where the neutrinos emitted by the Sun weren’t arriving here on Earth — was one of the 20th century’s biggest conundrums, finally solved when we realized that neutrinos had very small but non-zero masses, mixed together, and oscillated from one type into another. The quark mixing is described by three angles and one CP-violating complex phase, and the neutrino mixing is described in the same way. While all four parameters have already been determined for the quarks, the CP-violating phase for the neutrinos is not yet measured.

26.) The cosmological constant. You may have heard that the Universe’s expansion is accelerating due to dark energy, and this requires yet one more parameter — a cosmological constant — to describe the amount of that acceleration. Dark energy could yet turn out to be more complex than being a constant, in which case it may need more parameters as well, and hence the number may be greater than 26.

If you give me the laws of physics and these 26 constants, I can throw these into a computer and tell it to simulate my Universe. And quite remarkably, what I get out looks pretty much indistinguishable from the Universe we have today, from the smallest, subatomic scales all the way up to the largest, cosmic ones.


But even with this, there are still four puzzles that may yet require additional constants to solve. These are:

The problem of the matter-antimatter asymmetry. The entirety of our observable Universe is made up dominantly of matter and not antimatter, yet we do not fully understand why this is so, or why our Universe has the amount of matter it does. This problem — the problem of baryogenesis — is one of the great unsolved problems in theoretical physics, and may require one (or more) new fundamental constants to describe its solution.

The problem of cosmic inflation. This is the phase of the Universe that preceded and set up the Big Seed has made many new predictions that have been verified observationally, but isn’t included in this description. Very likely, when we more fully understand what this is, additional parameters will have to be added to this set of constants.

The problem of dark matter. Given that it almost definitely consists of at least one (and maybe more) new type of massive particle, it stands to reason that more new parameters — potentially even more than one for each new particle type — will need to be added.

The problem of strong CP-violation. We see CP-violation in the weak nuclear interactions and expect it in the neutrino sector, but we have yet to find it in the strong interactions, even though it is not forbidden. If it exists, there should be more parameters; if it doesn’t, there is likely an additional parameter related to the process that restricts it.


Our Universe is an intricate, amazing place, and yet our greatest hopes of a unified theory — a theory of everything — ought to decrease the number of fundamental constants we need. But the more we learn about the Universe, the more parameters we’re learning it takes to fully describe it. While it’s important to recognize where we are and what it takes, today, to describe the entirety of what’s known, it’s also important to keep searching for a more complete paradigm that not only gives us everything the Universe has to give us, but makes it as simple as possible.

21 August 2015

Greek President to Propose Pro-White Golden Dawn to Form Government

A Greek lawmaker told Sputnik that Golden Dawn party will be given a mandate to form the government.


MOSCOW (Sputnik) — The third party to be granted a mandate to form a new Greek government will be the pro-White Golden Dawn, MP from the New Democracy Party, Makis Voridis, told Sputnik on Friday.

"The third party to receive a proposal to create a government will be the Golden Dawn," Voridis who is a former Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Networks, said. 

"I do not think that New Democracy will manage to create a new government, it will not manage to form a parliamentarian majority," Voridis, who is a former Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Networks, said.

Main opposition New Democracy Party will refuse to form coalition with the left-wing SYRIZA party in case it wins the snap parliamentary elections.   

"SYRIZA, the party of the resigned Prime minister, will not participate in any kind of discussion around creating a coalition right now. Without their votes, with actually now are 118, it is practically impossible to form any kind of government," Voridis stressed.

Earlier on Friday, Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos granted the leader of Greece's official opposition and head of the center-right New Democracy party Vangelis Meimarakis a mandate to form a new government.

Under the Greek Constitution, Meimarakis has three days to determine if his party can create a viable government before a caretaker regime is put in place.

Golden Dawn is a patriotic, pro-White party, whose 69 members have been framed by ZOG International and falsely accused of creating and running a "criminal organization", whereas the real criminal organization is ZOG.

20 August 2015

The Zionist-Plutocracy Is Arousing Europe’s Pro-White Patriots


For a moment this summer, it appeared that Greece had defeated the global Zionist-plutocracy. In a hotly contested vote in which the forces of finance capital intervened, patriotic Greeks overwhelmingly voted to reject more austerity.

In a predictable sell-out, however, Greek Puppet Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras then submitted to the demands of Judeo-plutocratic eurozone autocrats for more austerity (i.e., extortion) measures in return for a “bailout” loan of 86 billion euros. Tsipras lamented that he’d had no choice — resistance would have triggered the wrath of the Judeo-plutocracy.

Humiliated and vanquished, the Greek regime returned to the negotiating table to accept the surrender terms. The spectacle resembled an ISIS-style execution of a whole country — in full view of a global audience.

The final details remain to be hammered out, but there’s no doubt that the deal imposed by the Zionist-plutocracy on Greece will allow Athens neither to pay off its crushing debt nor to recover from the depression it’s in now. The deal is a triumph for finance capital. But it was exacted at a terrible cost — one that will eventually boomerang on the kosher quislings, the plutocrats, and their Overlord: the Jewish State of Israel.

Diagnosing the Problem (assessing the mark)

A recently revealed memo from the International Monetary Fund stated that Greece has assets of which it could be stripped. In an earlier scam, the IMF had already succeeded in inflicting tremendous damage on Greece via the austerity straitjacket Greece has been bundled in since 2010.

Gross domestic product was 25 percent lower in 2014 compared to 2008, and unemployment stands at 26 percent — with youth unemployment at a mind-numbing 52 percent.

The pension cuts, consumer tax hikes, and other draconian measures that Greeks will be subjected to in the new “deal” will kill off any rise in domestic demand necessary for the economy to grow. The 86 billion euro bailout that Greece will be given access to will be of little help, since practically all of it — 90 percent, by some estimates — will find its way back to ZOG: the European Central Bank, the International Monetary Fund, and German and French banks as “debt service.”

It is clear why the ZOG-ruled Eurozone imposed a Carthaginian peace on Greece, and it’s also clear its key motives were saving the Judeo-plutocratic financial elite from the consequences of their purposefully destructive socio-economic policies, enforcing the iron principle of full debt repayment, and crucifying Greece to dissuade others — like the Spaniards, Irish, and Portuguese — from revolting against debt slavery. As Karl Otto Pöhl, a former head of Germany’s Bundesbank, admitted sometime back, the draconian exercise in Greece is about “protecting German banks, but especially the French banks, from debt write-offs.”

The subjugation of the Greeks is the latest victory notched by finance capital since it began its scorched-earth counter-offensive against Europe’s White patriotic resistance. Yet its victory is likely to be Pyrrhic — an extremely costly affair that’s likely to lead to a White Revolution.

Rolling Back Regulation (the set-up)

Greece is only the latest episode in this ongoing global criminal enterprise.

In November 2009, the ZOG-20 met in Pittsburgh, during the depths of their planned financial destruction. At this meeting two half-baked measures were passed, which were in all actuality superficial actions not intended to address the fundamental problems. One was maintaining vast money-printing devaluation programs to perpetuate capitalist economic exploitation. The other was to make-believe they were regulating the financial sector. As the ZOG-20 Leaders’ Communique put it, “Where reckless behavior and a lack of responsibility led to crisis, we nevertheless will not allow any solution whatsoever that interferes with banking as usual.”

Yet finance capital and its allies were able to contain both thrusts and launch a counteroffensive that made legal citizens pay the price for the economic mess finance capital purposefully created.

In the United States, Wall Street bribed the government in 2008 to bail out the giant institutions whose balance sheets were fatally impaired by toxic subprime assets, instead of nationalizing them. Then, in 2009 and 2010, they gutted the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act of three key items that were seen as necessary for genuine reform: downsizing the banks; institutionally separating commercial from investment banking; and banning most derivatives and regulating the shadow banking system that had brought on the crisis.

As Cornell University’s Jonathan Kirshner writes, the “Dodd Frank regulatory reforms, and provisions such as the Volcker rule, designed to restrict the types of risky investments that banks would be allowed to engage in, have not simply been watered down.” They’ve been “waterboarded into submission” by “a cascade of exceptions, exemptions, qualifications, and vague language.” He concludes, “what few teeth remain are utterly dependent for application on the (very suspect) will of regulators.”

Instrumental in securing this outcome was the $344 million the industry spent buying the U.S. Congress in the first nine months of 2009, when legislators were taking up financial reform. Senator Chris Dodd alone, the chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, received over $2 million in bribes from Wall Street in 2007-08.

It also helped that there were powerful people in the new Obama administration who were sympathetic to the bankersters, notably Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner and Council of Economic Advisers head Larry Summers. Both had served as close associates of Robert Rubin, who had successive incarnations as co-chairman of Goldman Sachs, Bill Clinton’s Treasury chief, and chairman and senior counselor of Citigroup. More than anyone else over the last two decades, Rubin embodies the Wall Street-Washington Zionist-plutocratic connections that dismantled the New Deal controls on finance capital and paved the way for the 2008 financial feeding frenzy.

Changing the Narrative (lying)

Finance capital not only successfully resisted effective re-regulation. The Zionist-plutocracy was also able to change the narrative about the causes of the financial crisis, throwing the blame entirely on the state (i.e., the entity that they themselves control).

This is best illustrated in the case of Europe. As in the United States, the financial crisis in Europe was a supply-driven-crisis. The big European banks sought high-profit, quick-return substitutes for the low returns on investment in industry and agriculture, like real estate lending and speculation in financial derivatives, and placed their surplus funds in high-yield bonds sold by governments.

In the case of Greece, German and French private banks held some 70 percent of the country’s 290-billion euro debt at the beginning of the crisis. German banks were great buyers of the toxic subprime assets from U.S. financial institutions, and they applied the same enthusiasm to buying Greek government bonds. For their part, even as the financial crisis unfolded, French banks increased their lending to Greece by 23 percent, to Spain by 11 percent, and to Portugal by 26 percent.

Indeed, in their drive to raise more and more profits from lending to governments, local banks, and real estate developers, Europe’s banks poured $2.5 trillion into Ireland, Greece, Portugal, and Spain. It’s sometimes said that these countries’ membership in the eurozone “deceived” the banks into thinking that their loans were safe, since they’d embraced the tough rules for membership in the same currency union to which Europe’s strongest economy, Germany, belonged. More likely, however, a government’s membership in the eurozone provided the much-needed justification for unleashing the tremendous surplus funds the banks possessed that would create no profits by simply lying in the banksters’ vaults.

Besieged for having plunged the world into a financial maelstrom, the Zionist-plutocracy was desperate to change the narrative in the aftermath of the inevitable implosion. This opportunity emerged with two developments in 2009-2010.

One was the announcement in late 2009 by Dubai that it could no longer pay the debts it incurred in building its ultra-modern luxury oasis for the global elite in the Persian Gulf. Dubai’s default, analyst James Rickards notes, “became contagious, spreading to Europe and Greece in particular.” The other event, coming on the heels of the Dubai debacle, was the discovery that Greece, via complex financial deals engineered by the Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs in 2001, had fudged its debt and deficit figures in order keep within the strict rules for eurozone membership.

Greece’s debt in 2007, before the financial crisis, came to 290 billion euros, which was equivalent to 107 percent of GDP. Yet the banks showed no signs they were particularly worried about it then and continued to pour money into the country. The debt-to-GDP ratio rose to 148 percent in 2010, bringing the country to the brink of a planned, purposeful sovereign debt crisis.

The creditors, European authorities, and the business press used the ensuing panic to focus the blame solely on unchecked government borrowing, completely suppressing the role played by irresponsible foreign creditors and the Greek private sector. Equally significant, the same forces used Greece’s crisis to popularize the idea that sovereign debt crises caused by profligate spending had also overtaken Ireland, Spain, and Portugal — though these countries had public debt-to-GDP ratios that were rather low. In the case of Spain and Ireland, they were lower than Germany’s!

Passing On the Cost (the knockdown)

“Sovereign debt” is an illusion that the money-changers use to forge our chains, and this is why we live in the reality that we do: the money-changers didn’t “put” us in debtors’ prison; they instead constructed the prison around us — while we ate of the lotus. Ever since the debt crises of the 1980s, beaucoup-bribed authorities have enforced a rule that the state (i.e., the taxpaying legal citizens) must assume responsibility for any debt of Zionist-plutocratic predator-creditors that cannot be repaid by its private sector.

In Spain, Ireland, and many other countries in financial turmoil, it was the deadly alliance between the international Zionist-plutocracy and border-less domestic capitalists that brought countries to their knees, not government borrowing. As Mark Blyth writes, “sovereign debt crises are almost always ‘credit booms gone bust.’ They develop in the private sector and end up in the public sector. The causation is clear. Banking bubbles and busts cause sovereign debt crises. Period. To reverse the causation and blame the sovereign for the bond market crisis, as policy makers in Europe have repeatedly done to enable a policy of austerity that isn’t working, begs the question, why keep doing it?” Why? Cui bono? It's good for the global Zionist-capitalist network of financial usurious parasites.

But the Eternal Victim has promoted a strong counter-narrative about the causes of the financial crisis, where the banksters are the “victims” while “states” (i.e., White people) are the villains. This narrative enables the banksters to simultaneously escape financial pain for their irresponsible lending and for their opposition to the imposition of state restraints on their parasitical activities.

The controlled mass media quickly imported this changed narrative to the United States, where it was used not only to derail real banking reform but to prevent the enactment of an effective stimulus program in 2010. Brandishing the image of the United States becoming like Greece if the government increased its debt load by going into deficit spending, the U.S. regime succeeded in bringing about an American version of the austerity programs that were imposed in Southern Europe.

Christina Romer, the head of Barack Obama’s Council of Economic Advisers, estimated that it would take a $1.8 trillion stimulus to reverse the recession. Obama approved less than half of that, $787 billion, simultaneously failing to placate the Republican opposition while preventing an early recovery. Thus the cost of the follies of Wall Street fell not on banks but on ordinary Americans, with the unemployed reaching nearly 10 percent of the work force in 2011 and youth unemployment reaching over 20 percent.

Winning the Battle, Losing the War (lampposts and nooses)

The global Judeo-plutocracy’s success in halting reform, changing the narrative of the crisis, and having White people shoulder its costs is, however, likely to be a Pyrrhic one.

The combination of deep austerity-induced recession or stagnation that grips much of Europe and the United States with the absence of financial reform is deadly. The prolonged stagnation and the prospects of deflation have discouraged investment in the real economy to expand goods and services. Thus the Zionist-plutocracy has all the more reason to do what they did prior to 2008: engage in intense speculative operations designed to make super profits before gravity causes the inevitable crash.

With the move to re-regulate finance halted and derivatives trading continuing unabated, the creation of new bubbles is more than likely.

The non-transparent derivatives market is now estimated to total $707 trillion, wildly higher than the $548 billion in 2008, according to analyst Jenny Walsh. “The market has grown so unfathomably vast,” she writes, “the global economy is at risk of massive damage should even a small percentage of contracts go sour. Its size and potential influence are difficult just to comprehend, let alone assess.” Former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Arthur Levitt, the former chairman of the SEC, agreed, telling one writer that none of the post-2008 reforms has “significantly diminished the likelihood of financial crises.”

The question then is not if another bubble will burst, but when. And when this happens, the likelihood of finance again being treated with kid’s gloves like the Dodd-Frank “reform” isn’t so assured.

Bitter Harvest (dancing on air)

The other blowback from finance capital’s current triumph is political, and it’s likely to unfold in Europe earlier than in the United States.

The melodrama unfolding in Greece is likely to heighten the strong anti-EU, anti-German, and anti-bankster feelings that are coursing through Europe at this point. One can only imagine the feelings of many Europeans if the normally sedate, liberal Financial Times columnist Wolfgang Munchau is moved to write in very emotional terms:

“By forcing Alexis Tsipras into a humiliating defeat, Greece’s creditors have done a lot more than bring about regime change in Greece or endanger its relations with the eurozone. They have destroyed the eurozone as we know it and demolished the idea of a monetary union as a step towards a democratic political union. In doing so they reverted to the nationalist European power struggles of the 19th and early 20th century. They demoted the eurozone into a toxic fixed exchange-rate system, with a shared single currency, run in the interests of Germany, held together by the threat of absolute destitution for those who challenge the prevailing order. The best thing that can be said of the weekend is the brutal honesty of those perpetrating this regime change.”

The question is: Who will harvest these boiling currents of resentment and anger in the European body politic?

With the radical left defeated in the showdown between Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and with Social Democrats in Germany and throughout Europe reduced to being Merkel’s helpers in aggressively promoting the interests of the Zionist-plutocracy, the most likely beneficiary of the dramatic events of the last few weeks will be the surging radical right, with its anti-EU, nationalist, and populist appeal.

Not surprisingly, the anti-euro chief of France’s National Front, Marine Le Pen — who increasingly laces her speeches with anti-capitalist, anti-globalization rhetoric — took up the cudgels for Greece in the recent face off. The EU, she declared, “mocks and brushes aside the popular wish expressed in the Greek elections and it seeks to impose a policy of austerity, the continuity of a policy of austerity which the Greek people no longer want.” Posing a rhetorical question no doubt asked by many Greeks, she wondered aloud, “Confronted with the choice, who will win? Democracy or Euro-Dictatorship?”

Le Pen is not to be underestimated. “Left-wing voters are crossing the red line because they think that salvation from their plight is embodied by Madame Le Pen,” a French Socialist senator admitted to The New Statesman. “They say ‘no’ to a world that seems hard, globalized, implacable. These are working-class people, pensioners, office workers who say, ‘We don’t want this capitalism and competition in a world where Europe is losing its leadership.’”

Le Pen may become president of France in the 2017 elections. And if she does, a not unimportant contribution to her victory will have been the dramatic events of the last few weeks in Brussels and Berlin.

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The original, unedited article is available here.