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THE INSIDE JOB

SIMPLE

How to find a pretext for a military intervention: the example of the NATO intervention in Kosovo.

Each and every war needs a “legitimate reason” to start.

The reason is quite simple: as War is the resultant of many large scale crimes mostly against civilians to the benefit of weapon industries and national ruling classes, as war targets the elimination of human lives and social infrastructures in order to impose the rule of the winner, and as all this has obviously nothing in common with “democracy, freedom and progress” in the name of which wars usually start, people shall be somehow convinced that “this time war was inevitable” and that “war is maybe bad, but this time was the only way to prevent a bigger catastrophe that was approaching”.

Depending on the historical momentum, the biggest lies have been invented by national ruling classes in order to justify wars. In one recent example, the Nazi Germany has invented the theory of “vital space for the survival of the German people” in order to start WW2 and eliminate other European populations.

Well, since, military interventions have become much more sophisticated: now lies are manufactured at the highest levels of international organizations and government cabinets. Then diplomacy, television and the private sector prepare, hand-to-hand, the picture that has to be served worldwide in order to convince common people that “this time, we do a war for humanitarian reasons, for freedom and protection of basic human rights”.

This German documentary tries to explore how the NATO intervention in Kossovo has been manufactured and to demonstrate the fraud of the German public opinion to this effect by the then Minister of Defense, Rudolf Scharping and the German government.

The Colonization of ex-Yugoslavia: a lesson from the past

A TRIBUTE TO OUR MEMORIES - DRAZEN PETROVIC , VLADE DIVAC


For all us, independently of our nationality, who had the chance to watch the big Yugoslavian (united) national basketball team.

The first time I had the opportunity to watch Drazen Petrovic, Vlade Divac, Stojan Vrankovic, Toni Kukoc, Zarko Paspalj and all these incredible basketball players was during the European Basketball Championship finals in 1987, Athens, Greece. Greece won the gold medal against the Soviet Union team in a game which was a kind of sport miracle

Two years later, Greece repeated its miracle against the Soviets, in Zagreb, Croatia, but Drazen and Vlade won the gold in a great final.

In 1990, Yugoslavia won its third World Championchip against the USA team in Argentina.

In 1991, the Yugoslav dream team won again the European Championship. Then the Yugoslav civil war put an end to this team that had a lot more to give to basketball.

In the 40 years I have been working as an economist and investor, I have never seen such a disconnect between the asset market and the economic reality… Asset markets are in the sky and the economy of the ordinary people is in the dumps, where their real incomes adjusted for inflation are going down and asset markets are going up…

Something will break very bad.
Marc Faber, The Globe and Mail, interview.

Happy othrodox Easter! ;)

BELLA CIAO?

ARE EU OFFICIALS COMMON CRIMINALS?

Good question. Simple answer.

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"I still say that some of the biggest criminals are those that turn their heads away when they see wrong and know it’s wrong." ~ Bob Dylan

Here are the “lesson givers” of Europe some decades ago.

The French economist and consultant to the French government Jacques Delpla stated on July 2, 2011, that Germany owes to Greece 575 billion Euros from Second World War obligations (Les Echos, Saturday, July 2, 2011). On September 18, 2011, the German newspaper Die Welt admitted that Germany owes to Greece many billions of Euros at least from obligations arising from a forcibly obtained loan from Greece during World War II.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axis_occupation_of_Greece

Well, after all this, 162bn€ seems a reasonable amount.

http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_wsite1_1_08/04/2013_492398

SIGN THE PETITION NOW! MAKE GERMANS PAY FOR THEIR CRIMES IN GREECE

LESSONS FROM CYPRUS: NEXT STEP OF AUSTERITY IS NAKED THEFT

JUST FOUR COUNTRIES. JUST ONE MESSAGE.


Clear, isn’t it?

ANOTHER EUROZONE LESSON GIVER

While Mr. Schauble with his French friends awaits to learn how the next day in EZ will look like after the shocking Cypriot decision (YES = Zero votes), while…. there is no “Plan B”, here comes another typical “ethical lesson” from the very core of the Eurozone:

Jerome Cahuzac, the French Budget minister who had been tasked with combating tax fraud resigned, for the same reason he had been investigated several months ago. Namely, having an “undisclosed” Swiss bank account. Minister in charge of battling tax fraud… resigns for having a secret Swiss account

 

Well, let’s expect to see whether the Franco-German axis will have a better joke for tomorrow. 

"The amount of debt worldwide is more than all of the bank accounts in the world, and the current financial situation in Cyprus is the inevitable next phase: Confiscation.

All pretense is now gone that central or global bankers can ‘securitize’ growth by packaging and repackaging debt; by hypothicating and rehypothicating debt; by regulating and rergulating debt. Since the bond market rally began in the early 1980s (yes, it’s that old) each crisis has been met by central and global bankers – the IMF, EU and ECB, to name a few – and their Wall St. and City of London brethren with an increase in debt, and an extension of the debt’s maturity. 

The result has been – as of 2007 – the biggest mountain of on-balance sheet and off-balance sheet debt in history: A staggering $220 trillion in debt in America’s $14-trillion economy alone (when you include all public, private and contingent liabilities of unfunded entitlement programs). Deals in the global debt derivatives market now stand in excess of $1 quadrillion, riding above a global GDP of approximately $60 trillion.

But starting in 2007, and then becoming spectacularly apparent in 2008 with the Lehman collapse, the ability of the world’s taxpayers to pay either the interest or principal on this debt has hit a brick wall. And for several years now, governments around the world have tried the same old tricks of ‘extend and pretend.’ Repackage and extend the maturity, and pray that tax receipts start picking up enough to pay some of the debt off. It didn’t work. The debt bomb just got bigger. Now in Cyprus we see the inevitable next phase: Confiscation.

To pay off the debts that were incurred to finance the biggest wealth grab in history, we see in Cyprus, as well as central and global banking institutions around the world, a trend to just reach in and grab people’s money from their ‘insured’ bank accounts. We should have figured out this was coming when JP Morgan (read: Jamie Dimon) reached in and illegally stepped ahead of customers at MF Global and grabbed over $1 billion, with the help of his crony pal Jon Corzine.

Have we learned our lesson yet? They have more debts to pay than there is money in all the bank accounts in the world. This means that chances are, you – whoever you are, and whatever country you live in – will have a sizable percent of your savings stolen by banksters.

Since the crisis hit (and for several years leading up to it) we’ve been recommending on ‘Keiser Report’ to put as much money as you can in gold and silver. Our advice then and now is: The only money you should keep in a bank is money you’re willing to lose.”