Alex Jones: ‘Anders Behring was Masons’ Patsy’

July 26, 2011

Check out the interview with Alex Jones on Anders Behring Breivik as a Masons’ patsy on RT.

Breivik was a freemason belonging to the St Johannes lodge according to some media sources and  he also mentioned terror cells in Austria in his so-called manifesto.  The funeral of freemason Otto Habsburg in Vienna recently was attended by high-ranking elite freemasons including Prince Michael of Kent from England and freemason royalty from Luxembourg.

Indications that Breivik carried out a false flag terror attack in Norway to allow for the roll out of a police state are numerous and include: Read the rest of this entry »

The Federal Reserve Made $16 Trillion In Secret Loans To Their Bankster Friends

July 26, 2011

The American Dream
July 25, 2011

A one-time limited GAO audit of the Federal Reserve that was mandated by the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act has uncovered some eye-popping corruption at the Fed and the mainstream media is barely even covering it.  It turns out that the Federal Reserve made $16.1 trillion in secret loans to their bankster friends during the financial crisis.  You can read a copy of the GAO investigation for yourself right here.  These loans only went to the “too big to fail” banks and to foreign financial institutions.  Not a penny of these loans went to small banks or to ordinary Americans.  Not only did the banksters get trillions in nearly interest-free loans, but the Fed actually paid them over 600 million dollars to help run the emergency lending program.  The GAO investigation revealed some absolutely stunning conflicts of interest, and yet the mainstream media does not even seem interested.  Solid evidence of the looting of America has been put right in front of us, and yet hardly anyone wants to talk about it. Read the rest of this entry »

Police Knew Gunman’s Name Before Arrest

July 26, 2011


British news anchor questions how authorities were aware of Breivik’s identity in advance

Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, July 25, 2011

Despite being portrayed by the media as inept due to the length of time it took them to reach the island of Utoeya, it has now emerged that police knew the name of gunman Anders Behring Breivik before they even arrested him, a startling admission that prompted one of Britain’s top news anchors to question how authorities were aware of the gunman’s identity in advance.

During his Channel 4 News broadcast on Friday evening, host Jon Snow asked “why police knew the killer’s name by the time they had arrived on the island,” reported the Telegraph live blog. Read the rest of this entry »

Evidence Shows Norway Terror Attack a False Flag

July 26, 2011

Kurt Nimmo
July 23, 2011

Prior to the events in Norway, the Department of Homeland Security released a propaganda video characterizing white middle class Americans as terrorists and members of white al-Qaeda, a term designed to conflate the image of the CIA-created Islamic terror group and “rightwing extremists” in America. Read the rest of this entry »

Murdoch’s Vaccine World – James Murdoch sits on board of GSK, manufacturer of Pandemrix

July 25, 2011

By Catherine J. Frompovich |

July 22nd, 2011 |

Everyone by now has heard about the phone tapping scandal that rocked both the British newspaper world and Rupert Murdoch’s business empire. But what needs to be spotlighted, I think, is the possible role that Murdoch’s London Times may have played in the professional evisceration of respected British gastroenterologist, Dr. Andrew Wakefield. Read the rest of this entry »

EMA issues Pandemrix warning due to narcoplepsy

July 25, 2011

Pandemrix Swine Flu Vaccine Narcolepsy Warning

Posted by Pharmaceutical International’s Senior Journalist on 22/07/2011 – 14:50:00

The EMA (European Medicines Agency) has issued a warning over a swine flu vaccine that, in the UK alone, millions of people have been supplied with.

GlaxoSmithKline’s Pandemrix was the main weapon used during the swine flu pandemic around 18 months ago. However, according to the EMA, there’s evidence to suggest a link between it and the sleep disorder narcolepsy, which makes people fall asleep without warning.

To date, UK drug regulatory body MHRA (the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency) has heard of a handful of cases, while other reports have also emerged and been reported to equivalent bodies in other countries, especially Sweden and Finland.

As a result, the EMA has said the vaccine can still be supplied to children, but only as a final resort in the absence of alternative jabs.

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July 22, 2011

*Greece defaults but default arranged in such a way that tax payers will pay more

*All of the 109-billion euro new Greek bailout will go for financing Greek debt until 2014

*ESF to be able to buy debt on secondary market and issue bonds; transfer union cemented

*Key issues of Greek insolvency and lack of competitiveness not addressed

*Outright EU fiscal union and eurobonds avoided due to pressure from German parliament and electorate

*Eurozone continues on unsustainable trajectory of debt, low growth; next crisis preprogrammed

Thursday’s eurozone summit was hyped as a make or break moment for single currency bloc. But if the aim was to provide ease for eurozone tax payers, who are seeing an ever greater proportion of their taxes being transferred to an elite under the pretext of having to pay interest payments on fractional-reserve bank debt, it largely failed.

Clearly worried that the German parliament and electorates will rebell, the elite have pulled back from the brink of a creating an outright fiscal union and seem to be resorting, instead, to an ever more elaborate and subtle system of smoke and mirrors to pursue the same objetive — looting tax payers – albeit a little less aggressively, thereby allowing the eurozone to limp along a little longer as it is sucked deeper into a debt death spiral.

German economist Hans-Werner Sinn swept aside the hype and today strongly criticised the new Greek bailout package “as bad news for tax payers”, according to The Telegraph.

“Germany and France should not make policies that lead to the collectivisation of debts in Europe.

The financial markets are reacting very positively to yesterday’s agreements. As this is a conflict of apportionment between Europe’s tax payers and investors, this is bad news for tax payer,” Sinn said in an interview with Reuters TV.

“The socialisation of losses goes on  as merrily as before: the extra money which is being given to the Greeks virtually as a present will never been seen again,“  Sinn told Die Welt.

Reiner Holznagel, vice president of Germany’s League of Taxpayers, also criticised the new eurozone bailout deal.

“There has to be improvement in this respect so that taxpayers aren’t constantly faced with new liability risks,. The EU decision that the bailout fund in the future can buy debt of states in crisis by itself seals the transformation into a liability union,” he said.

True, a precedent was set: a eurozone country was allowed to default on their debt. But Greece’s default was arranged in such a way that it will actually cost tax payers more money.

Greece is to get a new bail out of €109 billion – and all of this will end up in the pockets of the banks.  

According to Austrian media, 88 billion will be used for refinancing Greek souvereign debt until 2014.  Greece is set to spend 30 billion euros plus every year until 2015 on debt refinancing; in 2015 , a staggering  75 billion euros will be required by Greece to pay the interest. Read the rest of this entry »