Friday, June 22, 2012


I have been trying ti figure out why the rating agencies have been screwing over nations and, supposedly, banks. Just what is DAS PLAN? I think this is a major part of it. If you look at the news, Greece, Italy, Spain, and even cities and states in the U.S. are being forced to 'privatize everything from roads to prisons. So who benefits from all the downgrades? Who makes money? It all circles back to WALL STREET. Any thoughts?

Tuesday, June 12, 2012


BBC News - Brussels plans EU-wide banking union from 2013 -
"A single regulator to oversee banks across all 27 European Union states could be in place as early as 2013 according to the European Commission.
A controversial new bank bailout fund financed by a tax on financial institutions is also planned.
The proposal includes an EU-wide deposit guarantee scheme to protect savers in the event of a bank collapse."
The above seems to be a great way to consolidate economic power in the hands of the few oligarchs who already call most of the shots in the world. This New World Economic Order comes on the heels of a disaster that it created, perhaps for this very purpose.

BBC News - Spain and Italy borrowing costs rise

BBC News - India's industrial output grows less than forecast

BBC News - UK manufacturing output in surprise April fall

BBC News - Eurozone: No safe haven

Unknown Readings/Sound JUNE2012 - Induction Magnetometer

Love this comment: We are in the TORSION ZONE, the space between two DIMENSIONS. WAKEUP!!! How many time must you be told.

Monday, June 11, 2012

DISASTER MANAGEMENT Study predicts imminent irreversible planetary collapse

This is an important story that needs constant repeating. Time is not on your side!

Using scientific theories, toy ecosystem modeling and paleontological evidence as a crystal ball, 18 scientists, including one from Simon Fraser University, predict we're on a much worse collision course with Mother Nature than currently thought. In Approaching a state-shift in Earth's biosphere, a paper just published in Nature, the authors, whose expertise span a multitude of disciplines, suggest our planet's ecosystems are careening towards an imminent, irreversible collapse.
Earth's accelerating loss of biodiversity, its climates' increasingly extreme fluctuations, its ecosystems' growing connectedness and its radically changing total energy budget are precursors to reaching a planetary state threshold or tipping point.

World Ocean Doomsday?

June 11, 2012: Floods, Global Quakes, Spaceweather Update

Wednesday, June 6, 2012