August 25, 2015

Ex-Merck employee turned anti-vaccine activist now terrorized by Big Pharma Black Ops branch

Julie Wilson, Natural News

(NaturalNews) “We may need to seek them out and destroy them where they live,” wrote a Merck & Co. employee who was actively plotting to murder or discredit doctors who had voiced concerns regarding the adverse health effects of an anti-inflammatory drug called Vioxx.
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Merkel and Hollande hold summit on refugee crisis

August 25, 2015


BERLIN: German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande called Monday for a “unified” response to the worst refugee crisis to hit the EU since World War II.
“We must put in place a unified system for the right to asylum,” Hollande said in a brief statement ahead of talks, calling the influx from the world’s crisis zones “an exceptional situation that will last for some time.”
Merkel, whose country expects a record 800,000 asylum applications this year, said Germany and France also wanted all EU members to conform with existing refugee policies governing the bloc “as quickly as possible.”

Occupying the new paradigm: Drachma party taken over by banker puppets

August 23, 2015

Greece’s former Energy Minister Panagitois Lafazanis has told Bild newspaper that he hopes former Finance Minister Yannis Varoufakis will join his new party, formed by a break away Syriza faction and advocating a return to the Drachma.

Watch how Bild newspaper and other controlled mainstream media in lock step with the US banker controlled IT company Singular Logic, which controls every aspect of Greece’s elections  from predictions to results, is starting to push this new party.

Meanwhile, in Germany, the first politicians are calling for an immediate stop to the transfer of money to Greece following the decision of Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to call a snap election one day after the German parliament passed a third bailout agreement.

Germany and the rest of the eurozone must switch over from the private creation of money to sovereign money as soon as possible if they are going to avert the financial collapse, widely touted for September.

The FT focuses on the passivity of Merkel as a factor in ongoing crisis

August 22, 2015

The FT has a trenchant comment on the passivity of Chancellor Angela Merkel and the mercurial nature, or indeed madness, of Alexis Tsipras as the driving forces of this crisis.

Instead of devising a strategy to deal proactively with the eurozone’s root problem, the private creation of money, Merkel sits back passively, watches the problem grow, burn and rage. She only reacts when the flames are about to engulf her. Then she rushes to put out the flames, only to sit back and allow another raging fire to start all over again.

The youth of Germany have reportedly created the new and unflattering verb “merkeln”. It is derived from the name of Angela Merkel, the country’s chancellor, and its inventors say it means “to display extreme passivity and indecisiveness”, writes the FT.

Say that again! I have been writing this blog for six years, and I write the same thing over and over again because the same problem comes up over and over again only with every greater force because the root cause has not been dealt with.

The false flag swine flu pandemic of 2009 was bad but the false flag Ebola pandemic last summer was multiples more dangerous. The debt crisis in 2010 was bad but the debt crisis in 2015 has reached the magnitude where it is about to wipe out Europe. Freedom of the press was in danger in 2009, but in 2015 it barely exists. My life was in danger in 2009, now it is almost over.

While Merkel sits around passively, the opposition grows ever more inventive.

Perhaps the name of Alexis Tsipras, her counterpart in Athens, might also be used to invent a new Greek infinitive. It means “to call a highly-charged poll at short notice”, writes the FT.

The FT notes the madness of the move, something European Commissioner Jean Claude Juncker does not seem to have even noticed.

“But calling an election in September to support a bailout that is almost identical to the one rejected in a referendum only shows how detached from reality Mr Tsipras and his Syriza party have become. Syriza came to office in January falsely promising voters that they could reject the demands of the troika and yet remain in the euro with the European Central Bank underpinning the Greek banking system. That pledge has expensively and painfully been exposed as a fraud,” writes the FT.

What kind of mandate exactly is Tsipras looking for from the Greek people? A mandate to continue the bailout and reforms? Or not? He says is in favour of them to the creditors, not in favour of them to the Greek public? What side is he standing for in elections?

And what happens if the banks decide they want to propel the new party under Panagiotis Lafazanis, the man who nearly wiped out the Greek economy with a plan to arrest the central bank chief and raid central bank reserves, into power? Banks can use their control over the entire Greek election system through the IT company Singular Logic to rig any election. Lafazanis would be a perfect instrument to introduce the chaos and contraction which the banks alone benefit from.

Do Merkel and Juncker have a plan if Singular Logic starts to predict growing support for Lafazanis and if he even becomes the new Prime Minister?

The FT notes that Merkel has absolutely nothing to open the narrative in spite of her vast influence on state run media or start a real debate about the euro, the private creation of money, vaccines or pandemic declarations, even though she must get the population behind her if she wants to make a real change as she must immediately before Europe and the eurozone collapses.

“Meanwhile, Ms Merkel has allowed the entire euro crisis to be portrayed within Germany as a fiscal mess caused by profligate peripheral countries. This analysis ignores the role of the financial bubble fuelled by banks — including Germany’s — which has hampered sensible discussion of debt restructuring,” writes the FT.

US presidential candidate Donald Trump believes vaccines cause autism, wants to make it part of presidential agenda

August 21, 2015

At last, there is a politician saying what half the US population, in the meantime, is saying, namely that vaccines cause autism, and based on verifiable, objective evidence.

The growing awareness that many vaccines cause damage seems to be connected to the spate of murders of alternative doctors in Florida. Among the victims were doctors who testified on the link between vaccines and autism, something which means Big Pharma and governments face gigantic compensation demands.

New party formed by Syriza politician more dangerous than Varoufakis

August 21, 2015

Greece is heading for chaotic default in October after Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras resigned to pave the way for snap elections.

A new, splinter party headed by Former Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis has been formed out of Syriza rebels.

Twenty nine Syriza MPs are are set to hand in their party books today and remain in parliament as independents.

During the last crisis, Lafazanis proposed arresting the central bank chief and raiding the reserves, which is the financial equivalent of detonating a nuclear warhead to blow up the Greek economy. It’s a moot point whether Lafazanis is more dangerous than former Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis to Greece.

The new party favours a default and the reintroduction of the Drachma, but under the leadership of someone as dangerous to Greece as Lafazanis, who knows what will come of that?

A rejection of the bailout without a viable alternative currency option spells financial collapse for Greece.

As all eyes turn to Greece, Germany might decide to pull the plug and force Greece to reintroduce the Drachma. Media suggest German politicians are unhappy with Tsipras for resigning one day after the German parliament agreed to the bailout only on the condition of the implementation of a tight programme of reforms.

Individual Syriza MPs have to take the initiative. The entire leadership of the party, including Lafazanis, seems to be incompetent or controlled opposition, splintering off from Syriza to occupy the new paradigm but just in order to undermine it.

There also seem to be no plans for a reform of the election system, currently dominated by a single IT company, Singular Logic, under the control of banks and the former head of the CIA, raising fears of vote rigging.


August 20, 2015

As rebel Syriza MPs consider forming their own parliamentary group, a smart move for them would be to join the opposition in forming a new government without elections.

This move would keep Greece stable at a crucial time when the bailout is at risk and no alternative has been prepared.

Also, it would give the time needed to pass crucial legislation reforming the election system and abolishing, finally, the almost forty year long monopoly that the IT company Singular Logic has had on all election predictions and results in Greece.

In addition, it would give an opportunity for alternative programmes to be prepared and new parties to organize.

For Syriza rebels to go to elections as their own party now under the aegis of Singular Logic is to invite annihilation. If they try to stay in the party, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras looks set to purge them from the party lists, looking to support from his friend Martin Schulz at the European Parliament instead.

A responsible plan to reintroduce the Drachma could get the backing of Greeks and also Germany, and there is even the prospect of a return to the euro on the table.

Any genuinely new splinter formation of Syriza needs to be wary of opposition suspects such as Zoe Constantopoulou who want to join. Any mission would be to join in order to undermine, to wreck, to divide and rule. Individual Syriza MPs should break off and support a new government without elections if there is no leadership from the left.

In chess, you sometimes have to sacrifice a lesser piece like a knight to get the King. Ending the political career of Tsipras and his coterie of vulture banker friends such as Glenn Kim would be worth a short term sacrifice.

At any rate, Germany and Europe would be wise to prepare for an emergency reintroduction of the Drachma soon.