Monday, January 30, 2012

Transnat'l Progressivism: Davos: FU Capitalism!

While the real avant guarde is looking ahead what what to do after the onset of the bankruptcy of globalization (entry Jan. 26), the degenerated elite is breaking up its annual confab at Davos. Jeffrey Folks is looking back -

Jan. 30, 2012

A new global paradigm -

If we can keep it together or not with the collapse of the monetary system and deliberately triggered revolutions that have destabilized the entire Middle East, this author is predicting the time of Cumbaya, #NWO, globalization, interconnectivity and interdependence, is over. Indeed, everything is in place for a new global paradigm -

Foreign Policy: "The End of the Win-Win World", by Gideon Rachman

I have spent my working life writing about international politics from the vantage points of the Economist and now the Financial Times. Surrounded by people who tracked markets and business, it has always felt natural for me to see international economics and international politics as deeply intertwined.

In my book Zero-Sum Future, written in 2009, I attempted to predict how the global economic crisis would change international politics. As the rather bleak title implied, I argued that relations between the major powers were likely to become increasingly tense and conflict-ridden. In a worsening economic climate, it would be harder for the big economies to see their relationships as mutually beneficial -- as a win-win. Instead, they would increasingly judge their relationships in zero-sum terms. What was good for China would be seen as bad for America. What was good for Germany would be bad for Italy, Spain, and Greece. (...) >>>

Jan. 26, 2012

Globalists descend on Davos #NWO -

CanadaFreePress: "Capitalism is the Problem—Who Knew?", Daren Jonescu

The perfectly named World Economic Forum—that is, an organization dedicated to the creation of a world economic system—is meeting in Davos again to discuss the problems of the day, and to propose solutions. Although the official problem-solving has not yet begun, a hint as to the direction of said solutions can be found in the definition of the main problem to be solved, offered by the group’s leader: the “out-dated and crumbling” economic system, capitalism. Surprise!

Among the problem-solvers in attendance: the dean of the China European International Business School, a joint project of the Chinese communist and European socialist governments; the President of the European Central Bank, formerly the head of the Bank of Italy; the Treasury Secretary to America’s first openly redistributionist President; and Tunisia’s new Islamist prime minister, who recently stood with a Hamas Party deputy and called for the “liberation of Jerusalem.” Who better to reform the world’s economy? (...) >>>

Jan. 24, 2012

No crisis gone to waste - Who remembered, it was Keynes himself who founded the IMF -

Daily Bell: "Out of Chaos, Order: Now IMF Seeks Collective, World Bail-Out of Europe"

IMF wants the world to save Europe ... Christine Lagarde, the managing director of the IMF, said the escalating crisis now needed to be addressed as "collectively as possible" ... The European financial crisis is "escalating" and is so serious that it is unlikely to be solved by eurozone countries alone, the head of the International Monetary Fund warned Thursday night. British taxpayers are now likely to be involved in an internationally co-ordinated bail-out led by the International Monetary Fund [IMF] for countries in the single currency. Christine Lagarde, the managing director of the IMF, said the escalating crisis now needed to be addressed as "collectively as possible". Without action, the world faces the spectre of a 1930s-style depression, she said. – Montreal Gazette/UK Telegraph (...) >>>

Dec. 17, 2011

The nefarious Bilderbergers -

The One World confab meet up of the Bilderbergers (agenda) has been drunk live blogged all weekend on the Dutch Edition of pOmoLanD (secret guest list). Today Infowars is highlighting how the plans for a European, and a global currency are thwarted by the coming eurizone breakup. Be sure to read up on the Roubini article. Since we now know how devastating a hard currency is for periphery countries like Greece, Ireland and Portugal, the world federalists are either power mad, or truly a rotten and pernicious lot. Probably both. But here's the good news! -

Infowars: "Bilderberg Plan to Save EU Falling Apart"

(...) The fact that the Bilderberg Group’s best efforts to rescue the eurozone and the single currency appear to be failing suggests that increased awareness of their motives, brought about by the tireless work of the dedicated activists who had Bilderberg running scared at last week’s conference in St. Moritz, is making it harder and harder for the globalists to push through their agenda unopposed, which can only be a good thing for freedom and national sovereignty in the long run. >>>

June 14, 2011

Global tribe introducing The Elders -

The New World Order elite has self appointed its 'Elders' - Two of them showing today true colors; legalize cannabis to end the 'socially unjust' war on drugs! A larger-than-ever-before group of political and financial celebrities will petition the United Nations this week to refocus the globe-spanning war on drugs from "criminal justice towards a public health approach" - containing all the usual suspects -

pOmoLanD: "In-Depth Research: the Dutch Royals and the New World Order"

On Sunday May 8, in a lusciously foliaged area in the central part of the Netherlands, fotographer Arthur Batenburg spotted a festive party in a horse drawn carriage. It carried Queen Beatrix, her son Friso and his wife Mabel and their two daughters, and a number of celebs from the we're-all-interconnected-now Global-Village-crowd: the likes of Desmond Tutu, Richard Branson, Kofi Annan and Mary Robinson. As faithful royalty watchers may be aware, the Dutch ruling family since its alliance to Mabel Lalouche has dipped even deeper up to its eye balls into the New World Order than they already were. (...) >>>

June 2, 1011

BRICs attacking post WWII status quo -

IMF: Statement by the IMF Executive Directors Representing Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa on the Selection Process for Appointing an IMF Managing Director"

Press Release No. 11/195

May 24, 2011

We, as Executive Directors representing Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa in the International Monetary Fund (IMF), have the following common understanding concerning the selection of the next Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund:

1) The convention that the selection of the Managing Director is made, in practice, on the basis of nationality undermines the legitimacy of the Fund.

2) The recent financial crisis which erupted in developed countries, underscored the urgency of reforming international financial institutions so as to reflect the growing role of developing countries in the world economy.

3) Accordingly, several international agreements have called for a truly transparent, merit-based and competitive process for the selection of the Managing Director of the IMF and other senior positions in the Bretton Woods institutions. This requires abandoning the obsolete unwritten convention that requires that the head of the IMF be necessarily from Europe. We are concerned with public statements made recently by high-level European officials to the effect that the position of Managing Director should continue to be occupied by a European. (...) >>>

May 29, 2011

Wikileaks confirms NAU -

Before it's News: "WikiLeaks Exposes North American Integration Plot"

As early as January of 2005, high-ranking officials were discussing the best way to sell the idea of North American “integration” to the public and policymakers while getting around national constitutions. The prospect of creating a monetary unit to replace national currencies was a hot topic as well.

Some details of the schemes were exposed in a secret 2005 U.S. embassy cable from Ottawa signed by then-Ambassador Paul Cellucci. The document was released by WikiLeaks on April 28. But so far, it has barely attracted any attention in the United States, Canada, or Mexico beyond a few mentions in some liberty-minded Internet forums.

Numerous topics are discussed in the leaked document — borders, currency, labor, regulation, and more. How to push the integration agenda features particularly prominently. (...) >>>

May 9, 2011

A pomo load of crap from our leaders -

NYTimes: "Libya’s Pathway to Peace", by Barack Obama, David Cameron and Nicolas Sarkozy

(...) Tens of thousands of lives have been protected. But the people of Libya are still suffering terrible horrors at Qaddafi’s hands each and every day. (...) Our duty and our mandate under U.N. Security Council Resolution 1973 is to protect civilians, and we are doing that. It is not to remove Qaddafi by force. But it is impossible to imagine a future for Libya with Qaddafi in power. (...) >>>

Apr 20, 2011

This is what chaos looks like -

Verum Serum: (...) Obama and his aides know they are taking a big risk. “It’s a huge gamble,” says the senior administration official. The administration knows, for example, that al Qaeda, which has active cells in Libya, will try to exploit the power vacuum that will come with a weak or ousted Gaddafi (...) There are four reasons for the war on Libya:
  • Protecting civilians, i.e. anti-Qaddafi fighters
  • Protecting the possibility of democratic change in the region
  • Bolstering the concept of military intervention for humanitarian reasons (as pushed by the tranzies of "Responsibility to protect")
  • Giving force to the will of the “international community”
(...) >>>

Daily Mail: "Who's in charge? Germans pull forces out of NATO as Libyan coalition falls apart"

  • Tensions with Britain as Gates rebukes UK government over suggestion Gaddafi could be assassinated
  • French propose a new political 'committee' to oversee operations
  • Germany pulls equipment out of NATO coalition over disagreement over campaign's direction
  • Italians accuse French of backing NATO in exchange for oil contracts
  • No-fly zone called into question after first wave of strikes 'neutralises' Libyan military machine
  • U.K. ministers say war could last '30 years'
  • Italy to 'take back control' of bases used by allies unless NATO leadership put in charge of the mission
  • Russians tell U.S. to stop bombing in order to protect civilians - calls bombing a 'crusade'

Deep divisions between allied forces currently bombing Libya worsened today as the German military announced it was pulling forces out of NATO over continued disagreement on who will lead the campaign.

A German military spokesman said it was recalling two frigates and AWACS surveillance plane crews from the Mediterranean, after fears they would be drawn into the conflict if NATO takes over control from the U.S.

The infighting comes as a heated meeting of NATO ambassadors yesterday failed to resolve whether the 28-nation alliance should run the operation to enforce a U.N.-mandated no-fly zone, diplomats said. Yesterday a war of words erupted between the U.S. and Britain after the U.K. government claimed Muammar Gaddafi is a legitimate target for assassination. (...) >>>

Mar 23, 2011

Obama worse than Bu$Hitler -

Obama's Coalition of the Clueless is unraveling faster than you can say ballistic missile -

Google News: "Rift over command of Libya campaign – Financial Times"

Rift over command of Libya campaignFinancial TimesFrench attempts to sidestep Nato at the outset of military operations against Libya have divided the international coalition enforcing a no-fly zone over the country, western diplomats said. …Libyan operation hampered by confusion and disputeThe GuardianLibya military operation: Who should command? (...) >>>

Mar 21, 2011

Libya, initial commentary - FEATURE -

Another great analysis by Peter Hitchins on the Mail Online! And o.oh - latest! Trouble with the new allies, the Arab League. Yesterday onboard, today off board. That's is turning into a mess real fast!

Telegraph: "Libya crisis: the unspoken mission is to topple Gaddafi", by General Sir Richard Dannatt

There are many things that the military will always argue that they need, but the intangible element that trumps everything else is time. In the context of intervention in or above Libya the central question is whether the coalition's current actions will be just in time to save the Libyan opposition or will what is being planned and executed be just too late?

In the dynamic atmosphere of events in Paris, Tripoli and Benghazi, it has to be an open verdict at the moment. But whatever the eventual outcome, the international community in support of the increasingly legitimate opposition to Colonel Gaddafi has moved at remarkable speed.

From suggestions by US Defence Secretary, Robert Gates, of "loose talk" about a "No Fly Zone" only ten days ago to an uncharacteristically strong United Nations Security Council Resolution that specifies "all necessary means to enforce compliance with the ban" is little short of remarkable. (...)

Unless the military planners are crystal clear about the strategic objective to be achieved then the focusing of effort is going to be misaligned from the outset. Here is the conundrum. UNSCR 1973 specifies that the aim is "to protect civilians and civilian populated areas under threat of attack ... including Benghazi", but military planners are taught to analyse very carefully the missions they are given.

They must note and fulfil the specified tasks ordered, but they are also trained to work out the implied tasks as well, to ensure that the campaign plan fulfils entirely what the higher authority's intentions are. (...) >>>

Mar 20, 2011

The one world dictatorship rolls on -

Reuters: "Czech president tells UN to stay out of economics", by Louis Charbonneau

Czech President Vaclav Klaus on Saturday criticized U.N. calls for increased "global governance" of the world's economy, saying the world body should leave that role to national governments. The solution to dealing with the global economic crisis, Klaus told the U.N. General Assembly, did not lie in "creating new governmental and supranational agencies, or in aiming at global governance of the world economy."

"On the contrary, this is the time for international organizations, including the United Nations, to reduce their expenditures, make their administrations thinner, and leave the solutions to the governments of member states," he said.

Klaus appeared to be responding to the address of the Swiss president of the General Assembly, Joseph Deiss, who said on Thursday at the opening of the annual gathering of world leaders in New York that it was time for the United Nations to "comprehensively fulfill its global governance role." (...) >>>

Sept. 27, 2010

The green 'philanthropists' of the one world order -

Facebook has a group dedicated to exposing these Blofelds. Guess where they feed off ... climate change. They must be exposed, tarred and feathered and shot into space -

PJM: "We Know About Soros — But Who Is Maurice Strong?", by Ed Lasky

Intercontinental Exchange has agreed to purchase the parent company of the Chicago Climate Exchange, the preeminent market for trading carbon credits. This is a market that exists solely to capitalize on possible federal legislation that would mandate reduced greenhouse gas emissions or the purchase of “pollution credits.” Politicians created this market out of thin air by fiat, and not surprisingly, cronies of these politicians will be the beneficiaries. These climate change profiteers include Maurice Strong.

We know of the usual suspects who have invested, either directly or indirectly, in the Climate Exchange: Goldman Sachs, Al Gore, and Chicago’s Joyce Foundation (which made an investment when Barack Obama sat on its board), among others. Franklin Raines, while he headed Fannie Mae, purchased and patented the mechanism used for trading under the cap-and-trade system — an investment that could fare far better than the trillion dollars worth of bad mortgages he saddled Fannie Mae with. But Maurice Strong … who is he? (...) >>>

May 24, 2010

Here's one suffering from buyer's remorse -

OpEdNews: "Globalization is the contagion - On The Idiocy Of Interdependency", by Kent Welton

Were there no European union there would be no Greek crisis beyond Greece, Greece would have retained its currency and paid its price for budget problems in the value of its currency. But the stitching together of so many diverse countries and cultures into one unit, with one currency, has presented far more problems than it has solved and, worse, has removed national freedom, sovereignty, and the necessary freedom of tariff-based re-balancing mechanisms. As a result, we now have synchronized pain and ruin serving to give the banksters more opportunities to gain evermore resources and power over our lives with their out-of-thin-air private money machines.

Worst of all is exactly this private central bank contagion, in which nations have given up their rights to create their own money and credit, and without interest if they see fit. (...) Interdependency is not stopping wars, riots, revolutions or currency trade wars. It's merely removing freedom, democracy, and domestic re-balancing mechanisms. It is also producing a dismal sameness around the world and ruining the beauty and freedom of cultural diversity. Speaking of counterproductive interdependency, take "free trade" for example. Ruling-elite driven trade treaties, bypassing democratic referendums of the wage-earning majorities, have removed necessary tariff adjustment freedoms.

First world countries have lost their manufacturing capabilities and become dependent, not interdependent. By defaulting production to a few greater-slave-rewarding locals, economies are upended, creativity minimized, historic regional independence is ruined, and climate-screwing "goods" are shipped in fossil-fuel vehicles over great distances to market. Not good, not efficient, and not a "comparative advantage." Further, no country elects their representatives to the WTO or the World Bank or the FED or BIS, or even the United Nations. There is no effective democracy anymore, we're all trapped inside a ruthless, top-down, fascism. (...) >>>

May 10, 2010

A short history of the new world order -

Nourishing obscurity: "The Trilateral Commission and the EU" (series)

Let this series of three posts walk you through one thread in what the hell is going on right now and why people are suffering. As each new screenshot goes up, the question is, “So what?” Be patient because it is leading somewhere. (...) >>>

Mar 16, 2010

Rebutting the Goldstone report -

Israel Defense ForcesImage via Wikipedia
Israel's own investigations into Operation Cast Lead are published (PDF). Read also Hudson NY. But the IDF is still preparing a separate, comprehensive point-by-point rebuttal of the Goldstone Report's allegations.

Honest Reporting: "Israel Releases Goldstone Response"

Febr. 2, 2010

Reports are now issued taking apart this piece of tranzie poison. Also read "Israel Prepares to Rebut Goldstone" on Honest Reporting ...

Hudson NY: "The Case Against the Goldstone Report: A Study in Evidentiary Bias", by Alan M. Dershowitz

The Goldstone Report, when read in full and in context, is much worse than most of its detractors (and supporters) believe. It is far more accusatory of Israel, far less balanced in its criticism of Hamas, far less honest in its evaluation of the evidence, far less responsible in drawing its conclusion, far more biased against Israeli than Palestinian witnesses, and far more willing to draw adverse inferences of intentionality from Israeli conduct and statements than from comparable Palestinian conduct and statements. It is worse than any report previously prepared by any other United Nations agency or human rights group. As Major General Avichai Mandelblit, the advocate general of the Israeli Defense Forces, aptly put it:

“I have read every report, from Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, the Arab League. We ourselves set up investigations into 140 complaints. It is when you read these other reports and complaints that you realize how truly vicious the Goldstone report is. He made it look like we set out to go after the economic infrastructure and civilians, that it was intentional: It’s a vicious lie.” (...) >>>

Jan. 29, 2010

Bolton's crystal ball:

 AEI: "Obama's Next Three Years", by John R. Bolton - FEATURE
Where is Barack Obama's foreign policy headed? In answering, one must accept a measure of humility. Predicting American policy makes more fools than sages. That goes double for foreign policy, as analysts must anticipate not only the actions of the United States but of foreign provocateurs as well. In the case of Barack Obama, there is an additional caveat: the high-profile concerns that have monopolized his efforts abroad are seen by the president himself as little more than Bush-era loose ends, not the defining transactions of his own foreign policy. (...)

Obama is not looking to build his foreign-policy legacy on top of disputes that predate his arrival. He is working to move past these, toward the day when he can implement his own foreign policy and national-security agendas. Accordingly, the best way to predict Obama's foreign policy in the next three years lies not in examining how he deals with the accumulated baggage of Iraq, Afghanistan, Middle East peace, and the Iranian and North Korean nuclear programs. (...) We should ask instead what he will attempt to establish once he has become less encumbered by the inherited issues. Here, the record shows three critical characteristics. (...) >>>

Jan. 17, 2010


- John Fonte's page on the site of the Hudson Institute, includes a biography and keeps a list of published articles
- The Ideological War Within the West, by John Fonte
- Liberal Democracy vs. Transnational Progressivism, by John Fonte
- The Transnational Left and Transnational Right, by John Fonte
- Global Governance vs. Liberal Democracy? We are going to have to choose (on patriotic loyalty and dual citizenship)

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