Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Yes, They Really Do Want To Impose Global Taxes And A Global Currency On You

TEOTWAWKI- This article is especially for those who doubt that the global elite wish to impose global taxes and a global currency on all of us. Once upon a time such notions were laughed at by the majority of the public. But not anymore. Now, top global organizations are coming right out and announcing that these are the things that they want. It is right there in black and white for anyone who wants to read it. The head of the IMF has come right out and said that he wants a global currency to be implemented. Both the IMF and the World Health Organization have openly announced that they want global taxes to be imposed as quickly as possible. Considering how powerful the IMF and the WHO are, it is time for everyone to sit up and take notice. These increasingly powerful international organizations are openly proclaiming that they want to start digging into our wallets. Alarm bells should be going off in your head about now. A global currency and global taxes would mean the end of the world as we know it for national sovereignty. But today most Americans are so apathetic that they don't care about anything. more

If You Haven’t Acquired Self Defense Capabilities, the Time to Do So Was Yesterday

SHTF Plan- We’ve got a one way ticket to collapse, folks. It really doesn’t matter if we’re talking inflationary collapse or deflationary collapse. We’ve resigned ourselves to the understanding that the government cannot fix this problem even if they had the desire to do so (which they don’t). The end result is going to be a lot of people without jobs, money, food and any sort of plan or ability to improve their situation. A collapse of the magnitude we’re talking about is not something that will be over in a few weeks or months. We’re talking years, potentially decades. more

Inflation hits 3.7% in April

Guardian-Inflation has been running ahead of target through 2010 - CPI rose to 3.5% in January, 3% in February and 3.4% in March.

The governor of the Bank of England must explain to Britain's new chancellor why the cost of living, as measured by the consumer prices index (CPI), is more than a percentage point above the offical target of 2%. He is likely to blame rising fuel costs and the tax rises on alcohol that were introduced in last March's budget more

Google in international snooping row

Telegraph- Google is facing a series of international investigations over private information it obtained over families' use of the internet. more

Climategate 2010: The Inconvenient Facts About Global Warming

Pajamas Media- In the wake of the Climategate scandal, panelists and audience members at the Fourth International Conference on Climate Change (ICCC4) indicated growing confidence that the tide is turning in favor of those who believe that manmade global warming is not a crisis. more

George Osborne expected to get his first Bank of England 'inflation misses target' letter

Telegraph- Bank of England Governor Mervyn King will have to explain himself to the new Chancellor today as rising petrol costs push up the cost of living. more

Is the sleeping Katla waking up?

Modern Survival- On May 17, 2010 08:32 UTC, The Iceland Met office indicates that a small earthquake has occurred at the Katla location. In what could be an early indication of the event that is expected to occur (an eruption of Katla), a small earthquake is reported at the site. Although a single earthquake is not a precursor of an eminent eruption, it could be the first ’sigh’ of the awakening powerful giant. more

Banks dump Greek debt on the ECB as eurozone flashes credit warnings

Telegraph- Foreign holders of Greek and Portuguese debt have seized on emergency intervention by the European Central Bank to exit their positions, leaving eurozone taxpayers exposed to the credit risk. more

£750m government funding for UK car and nuclear industries under threat

Times- At least £759 million worth of government funding earmarked by Lord Mandelson to nurture Britain’s car and nuclear industry is under threat, The Times has learnt. more

Genetically modified crops failing worldwide

Examiner- The Green Revolution -- a misleading name applied by PR firms to the onset of globalized, chemical-intensive, industrial agriculture that is anything but friendly to the environment -- is coming unraveled around the world, bringing devastation to farmers from the plains of China to the plains of America. more

New Ice Age 'to begin in 2014'

World Net Daily- A new "Little Ice Age" could begin in just four years, predicted Habibullo Abdussamatov, the head of space research at St. Petersburg's Pulkovo Astronomical Observatory in Russia. more

Oceans' fish could disappear in 40 years: UN

AFP- The world faces the nightmare possibility of fishless oceans by 2050 without fundamental restructuring of the fishing industry, UN experts said Monday.

"If the various estimates we have received... come true, then we are in the situation where 40 years down the line we, effectively, are out of fish," Pavan Sukhdev, head of the UN Environment Program's green economy initiative, told journalists in New York. more

Iran Prepared to Block Gulf Oil and Wreck Western Economies

Israel National- Iran’s recently-concluded war games concentrated on preparations to block the Persian Gulf and wreck Western economies in the event that the United Nations Security Council tries to place harsh sanctions against it.

Forty percent of the world’s oil and gas sails through the Persian Gulf, and an Iranian blockade would cause an inflationary spike in energy prices and a fuel shortage that could cause catastrophe for the West, which is dependent on Iranian crude to fuel their gas-hungry economies. more

Parents of under-fives face 'nanny state' home inspections to keep children safe

Daily Mail- Parents of children under five are to get home checks to ensure they are keeping their youngsters safe.
Inspectors will check whether families have installed smoke alarms, stair gates, locks on medicine cupboards, windows and ovens, and fitted temperature controls to stop bath water getting too hot. more

Global Military Doctrine: NATO "Must Be Ready to Intervene Anywhere"

Global Research- NATO must be ready to intervene externally, experts said Monday, proposing a new doctrine for the alliance, as well as ensure the security of its 28 member states internally, as it has done since 1949. more

Higher taxes for a million as George Osborne's emergency Budget hits investors

Telegraph- More than a million people could be dragged into paying capital gains tax after George Osborne confirmed that he would use his emergency Budget to hit investors. more

Financial Crises Getting Worse Worldwide

The Coming Depression- The pace and severity of financial crises has taken an ominous turn for the worse. Over the past 30 years, a crisis has occurred, on average, every three years. Yet, now, only 18 months after the meltdown of late 2008, Europe’s sovereign debt crisis has hit with full force. With one crisis seemingly begetting another, and the fuse between crises now getting shorter and shorter, the world economy is on a very treacherous course. more

Demographics and the End of the Savior State

Of Two Minds- That the Savior State appeared sustainable was an accidental coincidence of cheap oil and favorable demographics. The notion that a central government could provide cradle-to-grave care for all its citizenry was only possible when the worker-to-retiree/recipient was on the order of 10-to-1 or 5-to-1. Now that it is effectively 2-to-1 in most of the developed world, the demographics have turned decidedly unfavorable. more

We Are Still In The Early Stages Of Major Currency Devaluations

Market Oracle- Nationalisation of industries, the transference of private sector debt to the public sector and rising debt to GDP have put economies on the road to meltdown. The recent bailouts have sped up the process. more

Mohammed is most popular name for baby boys in London

Europe News- Mohammed is now the most common name for baby boys born in London and three other English regions, The Islamic name overtook traditional choices like Jack, Thomas andDaniel to become the number one name in the West Midlands, Yorkshire and the Humber, and the North West, as well as in the capital, in 2008. more

George Osborne's cuts risk economic death spiral

Guardian- Even the business leaders who backed the Tories on national insurance are getting cold feet as they feel the chill of austerity. more

Addiction to government: Sucking Canberra’s teat

The Angry Exile, ʇuǝpuodsǝɹɹoɔ uʍop ǝpısdn. - In our sensible moments we would acknowledge that this government or any government for that matter are not going to solve our problems for us. Let’s face facts, no government can or should. Governments can’t raise our children and we wouldn’t want them to. Small businesses must sink or swim on their own trade. If they can’t get by without another government hand out, they shouldn’t be in business at all. more

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