Gutie Schapner, Mayer Amschel Rothschild's wife and mother of the Rothschild dynasty's second generation:
Amschel Mayer von Rothschild, Salomon Mayer von Rothschild. Nathan Mayer Rothschild, Carl Mayer von Rothschild and James Mayer de Rothschild, offered the following revelation from her deathbed.
Links to Rothschild/Illuminati conspiracy theories abound.
It's gonna take you more than a minute to read it.
We recommend you take the time.
Get it? ..... Illuminating?.
Anyway ..... bare in mind, as always.
Mayer Amschel Rothschild
Baron Nathan Mayer Rothschild
Sort of makes you want to wonder which asshole has been controlling the damn thing around here lately.
I don't even know what to think about this one.
This six page article takes some time to read but could hardly be more ........... something.
Click the photo for the entire piece.
By JENNY NORDBERG September 20, 2010
Mehran Rafaat, 6, left, and her twin sisters, Benafsha, center and Beheshta, near their home in Badghis Province, Afghanistan
KABUL, Afghanistan — Six-year-old Mehran Rafaat is like many girls her age. She likes to be the center of attention. She is often frustrated when things do not go her way. Like her three older sisters, she is eager to discover the world outside the family’s apartment in their middle-class neighborhood of Kabul.
But when their mother, Azita Rafaat, a member of Parliament, dresses the children for school in the morning, there is one important difference. Mehran’s sisters put on black dresses and head scarves, tied tightly over their ponytails. For Mehran, it’s green pants, a white shirt and a necktie, then a pat from her mother over her spiky, short black hair. After that, her daughter is out the door — as an Afghan boy.
There are no statistics about how many Afghan girls masquerade as boys. But when asked, Afghans of several generations can often tell a story of a female relative, friend, neighbor or co-worker who grew up disguised as a boy. To those who know, these children are often referred to as neither “daughter” nor “son” in conversation, but as “bacha posh,” which literally means “dressed up as a boy” in Dari.
Bill Simon, CEO of Wal-Mart’s U.S. business, on behavior at a Walmart store around midnight at the end of a month:
“The paycheck cycle we’ve talked about before remains extreme.
It is our responsibility to figure out how to sell in that environment, adjusting pack sizes, large pack at sizes the beginning of the month, small pack sizes at the end of the month.
And to figure out how to deal with what is an ever-increasing amount of transactions being paid for with government assistance.
“And you need not go further than one of our stores on midnight at the end of the month.
And it’s real interesting to watch, about 11 p.m., customers start to come in and shop, fill their grocery basket with basic items, baby formula, milk, bread, eggs,and continue to shop and mill about the store until midnight, when electronic — government electronic benefits cards get activated and then the checkout starts and occurs.
And our sales for those first few hours on the first of the month are substantially and significantly higher.
“And if you really think about it, the only reason somebody gets out in the middle of the night and buys baby formula is that they need it, and they’ve been waiting for it.
Otherwise, we are open 24 hours, come at 5 a.m., come at 7 a.m., come at 10 a.m.
But if you are there at midnight, you are there for a reason.”
An excellent interactive that demonstrates the differing consequences of allowing some or all of "The Bush Tax Cuts" to expire ....... or not.
What's really interesting to me are the headings within the interactive.
Let all cuts expire - Cost to Gov't: No cost
Obama's plan - Cost to Gov't: $3 trillion
Extend all cuts - Cost to Gov't: $3.7 trillion
If you just sit there and think about it even a little, shouldn't it read?
Let all cuts expire - Cost to American Taxpayers - $3.7 trillion
Obama's plan - Cost to American Taxpayers - $700 Billion
Extend all cuts - Cost to American Taxpayers: No additional cost
Click on the chart below to link to the interactive.
One of the first posts at the old Justthinking.us was also one of the first posts brought across to the new (this) Justthinking.us.
It mostly had to do with ....... you know ....... Race, Family, Crime and Poverty.
First of all, apologies to Shannara Johnson and Casey Research who week after week are providing consistently good stuff, as I cut and pasted the entirety of the following article which was published yesterday, July 30, 2010 at Casey's Daily Dispatch along with some other good stuff under the heading, A Rock and a Hard Place.
Secondly, apologies to you, as this one hopefully will take up a little more or your time than I usually shoot for.
As you know, when I find something I like, usually I just grab off a paragraph or two along with the heading and the byline and just link you up to the site itself.
My opinion is that about half of you follow the link.
My hope is that all of you will read this one to the end.
Remembering all the while.
Really, it isn't like I ever ask all that much from you ..... you know, the occasional comment ..... maybe ask how I'm doing before you call me a fascist moron.
You know who you are!!!
Cracking down on the blogosphere seems to have become the latest fashion. Since March, lawsuits were filed against at least 88 blogs, message boards, advocacy organizations, and other websites, according to various news reports.
Reason.com reports that “RightHaven’s business model involves acquiring the copyrights for specific articles originally published by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, then filing lawsuits against website owners who have posted those articles without permission.”
The owners of one of the affected sites called The Armed Citizen, Clayton Cramer and David Burnett, complained to Reason magazine that they never even got a chance to remove the articles in question. “With our e-mail addresses right there on the front page [of our site], all it would have taken is an e-mail asking us to remove or alter the listing so as not to infringe,” said Burnett. “By not contacting any of the websites with a takedown notice beforehand, they’re showing they’re interested in money, not resolution.”
Which Steve Gibson, CEO of RightHaven, readily admits to. “Media companies’ assets are very much their copyrights,” he told Reason. “These companies need to understand and appreciate that those assets have value more than merely the present advertising revenues.”
With many of the targeted sites being blogs, conspiracy message boards, and government-critical websites, however, some of the victims suspect much more sinister motives behind RightHaven’s attacks. The legal trouble, they believe, may be part of a larger operation initiated by the Obama administration to silence independent, critical voices on the Internet.
Recently, Blogetery.com, a little-known Wordpress platform, was abruptly shut down by its hosting company, BurstNet, taking down about 73,000 blogs. According to CNET, “[the] service was terminated at the request of some law enforcement agency, but [BurstNet] wouldn’t say which one. As for the reason, BurstNet hasn’t made that clear either.”
Rumors have it that the government may have gotten involved as part of anti-piracy operations, but many liberty advocates don’t buy it. And who can blame them, with frustrated sound bites coming from President Obama himself, implying that unsympathetic bloggers may have a part in his inability to connect with the public.
...we suggest a distinctive tactic for breaking up the hard core of extremists who supply conspiracy theories: cognitive infiltration of extremist groups, whereby government agents or their allies ... will undermine the crippled epistemology of those who subscribe to such theories. They do so by planting doubts about the theories and stylized facts that circulate within such groups, thereby introducing beneficial cognitive diversity.
Sunstein advocates that the Government's stealth infiltration should be accomplished by sending covert agents into "chat rooms, online social networks, or even real-space groups." He also proposes that the Government make secret payments to so-called "independent" credible voices to bolster the Government's messaging (on the ground that those who don't believe government sources will be more inclined to listen to those who appear independent while secretly acting on behalf of the Government). This program would target those advocating false "conspiracy theories," which they define to mean: "an attempt to explain an event or practice by reference to the machinations of powerful people, who have also managed to conceal their role."
Sunstein's response to these criticisms is . . . as telling as the proposal itself. He acknowledges that some "conspiracy theories" previously dismissed as insane and fringe have turned out to be entirely true (his examples: the CIA really did secretly administer LSD in "mind control" experiments; the DOD really did plot the commission of terrorist acts inside the U.S. with the intent to blame Castro; the Nixon White House really did bug the DNC headquarters). Given that history, how could it possibly be justified for the U.S. Government to institute covert programs designed to undermine anti-government "conspiracy theories," discredit government critics, and increase faith and trust in government pronouncements? Because, says Sunstein, such powers are warranted only when wielded by truly well-intentioned government officials who want to spread The Truth and Do Good -- i.e., when used by people like Cass Sunstein and Barack Obama:
But it's precisely because the Government is so often not "well-motivated" that such powers are so dangerous. Advocating them on the ground that "we will use them well" is every authoritarian's claim. More than anything else, this is the toxic mentality that consumes our political culture: when our side does X, X is Good, because we're Good and are working for Good outcomes. That was what led hordes of Bush followers to endorse the same large-government surveillance programs they long claimed to oppose, and what leads so many Obama supporters now to justify actions that they spent the last eight years opposing.
FOX’s John Stossel hit the nail on the head, quipping, “That's right. Obama's Regulation Czar is so concerned about citizens thinking the wrong way that he proposed sending government agents to ‘infiltrate’ these groups and manipulate them. This reads like an Onion article: Powerful government official proposes to combat paranoid conspiracy groups that believe the government is out to get them...by proving that they really are out to get them.”
And the RightHaven case has only fueled the fears – especially since evidence points to potentially close ties between the Obamas and Gibson.
Recently targeted by RightHaven, outraged members of the conspiracy message board godlikeproductions.com (GLP) set out to get to the bottom of the matter, digging in RightHaven CEO Steven A. Gibson’s background.
According to a resume found on the Net, Gibson attended the Chicago-Kent Collage of Law and graduated cum laude in 1990, and, his work history states, “Prior to establishing his own firm, Mr. Gibson was an associate at Sidley Austin LLP,” a Chicago-based law firm.
President Obama’s Wikipedia page, in turn, states that “In late 1988, Obama entered Harvard Law School. . . During his summers, he returned to Chicago, where he worked as a summer associate at the law firms of Sidley Austin in 1989 and Hopkins & Sutter in 1990.”
Coincidence? GLPers don’t think so, especially considering that Michelle Obama, too, is in the picture. “She met Barack Obama when they were among the few African Americans at their law firm, Sidley Austin . . . and she was assigned to mentor him as a summer associate.” (Wikipedia)
In other words, it would be reasonable to assume that Barack and Michelle Obama and Steven Gibson have known each other for 20 years and (of course this is conjecture) may even have been, or still be, friends. Making Gibson the perfect henchman, the conspiracists surmise, to carry out Obama’s death sentence on free Internet speech and open dissent.
From The Boston Globe July 23, 2010.
Click anywhere below for the entire piece.
Isabel - Kerry’s luxe, 76-foot New Zealand-built Friendship sloop with an Edwardian-style, glossy varnished teak interior, two VIP main cabins and a pilothouse fitted with a wet bar and cold wine storage - was designed by Rhode Island boat designer Ted Fontaine.
Could the reason be that the Ocean State repealed its Boat Sales and Use Tax back in 1993, making the tiny state to the south a haven - like the Cayman Islands, Bermuda and Nassau - for tax-skirting luxury yacht owners?
Cash-strapped Massachusetts still collects a 6.25 percent sales tax and an annual excise tax on yachts. Sources say Isabel sold for something in the neighborhood of $7 million, meaning Kerry saved approximately $437,500 in sales tax and an annual excise tax of about $70,000.
Click anywhere below to get to this short, easy to read story.
Natural seeps from thousands of spots from the Pacific Ocean to the North Sea account for about 45 percent of all oil entering the oceans in a typical year, according to the U.S. National Academy of Sciences. The rest is from leaks caused by people.
The little-understood seeps show that the oceans can absorb what is normally viewed as harmful pollution -- a host of microbes can eat oil and gas, especially light compounds such as gasoline, while finding thicker tars indigestible.
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I've read "The Daily Reckoning" for a long time and rarely skip his column.
And that can't possibly be good for anybody's mental health.
“The West is doomed.
It is already second rate.
It just doesn't realize it yet.
The Chinese work harder.
They save more.
They are better organized...and probably smarter.
And there are more of them.
They are not burdened by two centuries of success ... neither by expensive social welfare programs, nor by a Goliath military-industrial complex, nor by thousands of lobbyists, lawyers, and educators.
The return on investment capital is higher.
You just have to pay off an official or two.
In America and Europe, you have to pay off the entire establishment ... the unions, the politicians (local, state and national), the hacks, the regulators, the pentagon, the meddlers, the do-gooders, the unemployed, the contractors, the public employees, the poor, the rich, the halt, the lame ...
... every leech in Christendom ....
It is just a matter of time before the Chinese take over.
Soon, they will be the richest, most advanced, most accomplished people on earth...its leading innovators, its greatest artists and architects ... its standout scientists ... and its top military power.”
“We have almost no way of tracking what is really happening in
The statistics are generated by government agencies that feel no obligation to be truthful to the western devils who overran C
The numbers are quoted in the mainstream press as if they are reliable, but they aren’t, except in the sense that they tell us what the Chinese regime wants us to think…
It’s likely, in my opinion, that for all practical purposes, absolutely every modern Chinese company is malinvestment.
Its buildings, equipment and workers are in the wrong places doing the wrong things at the wrong prices. These businesses were erected in artificial hot spots created by the injections of fiat currency.
For the present, as long as the supply of fiat currency continues to rain down, the Chinese economy will look fine.
But when the value of the yuan begins to drop sharply, Chinese officials will be faced with a terrifying choice: continue inflating the money supply to prop up the cones, until the yuan is worthless, or stop, and watch the entire economy go belly up.
Neither choice is likely to lead to social harmony.
Hundreds of millions live just one paycheck ahead of starvation.
They all know the elite in the cities wallow in luxury…
The fact that at least some Chinese leaders do not want the yuan to climb against the dollar is strong evidence they know what they’ve done.
If the yuan rises much — perhaps 20% or more — prices of Chinese exports will rise, sales will fall, and the shakeout will return.
Tens of thousands of businesses will go under, and mobs of unemployed will begin pouring into the streets.
So, I think some or all the Chinese leadership know they’re facing a Stephen King nightmare…
How big will the disaster be?
I think it has the potential to be the worst in human history —worse than the Black Death, the Dark Ages, the fall of the
If just 4% of the population is killed, it will be the worst bloodbath ever, surpassing even the total global body count of World War II.
This kind of thing has happened before in
Atrocities there are not done halfheartedly…
China is a house of cards, and the bigger they build it, the harder it will fall.
In my opinion, the folks in the Pentagon should be thinking about that;
it is destined to become their problem…
In my opinion, the West’s outdated Keynesian economics has set China up to be the worst catastrophe in history…”
Richard Maybury, Early Warning Report, 05-10
OK then ... now I feel much better.
The "Field of Dreams" farm can be yours for a paltry $5,400,000.
The entire 193 acre farm including the house, two concession stands and six out buildings is being offered by Don and Becky Lansing whose family has held the farm for over a century.
Now, I have been to the "Field of Dreams" farm.
Hit some fly balls out to the kids, played a little Pickle, dropped a hundred and a half at the concession stand on sweatshirts, midget bats, refrigerator magnets and ice cream bars.
And as far as I'm concerned, it is one of the most beautiful and tranquil places I have ever been.
If you like that kind of stuff.
And I do, I just love the smell of horse shit ..... seriously.
I'd give my left testicle to have a place like this.
If only I could convince the little wiffer and the kids to give up life as they know it and move to the middle of Iowa.
So, just because this happens to be what I do,(when there's something to do) and mostly because I just flat out can't help myself .....
I get out my trusty hp12c and do the math.
OK, that's $5,400,000 divided by 193 ...
$27,979.28 (rounded to the nearest penny) per acre.
Feels a little optimistic ... let's do some shopping.
The US Mint is suspended its production of 1 oz. gold eagle and gold buffalo coins three times in 2009
Over the last decade the DJIA is down about 80% against gold.
The following is from John Hathaway at Tocqueville Asset Management 11/30/2009
Click anywhere below to link up to the entire piece.
Since there is no way to know how these wild experiments in monetary and fiscal stimulus will turn out, investors are gravitating to gold, knowing that the integrity of the currency is the last thing on the minds of policy makers.
He goes on to say something about denial, the NYSE, the administration, the Fed and clueless newspapers.
It all seemed redundant.
But then ...
He hits his stride.
And since we're on the subject of jokes .....