Sunn fornuft noen?

•10/08/2009 • 9 kommentarer

Det var en spennende kamp igår må jeg si, ikke fordi det var usikkert hvem som skulle vinne, men med hvor mange mål det skulle bli.. RBK ble rundspilt fra avspark og i flere perioder ble de degradert til statister. Molde fikk sågar trille ball rett utenfor 16 meteren og trønderne sto bare å titta på, ingen som støtet, ingen som jaget ballen, det var rett og slett en tafatt forestilling og RBK fortjente å tape, kanskje enda mer enn hva de gjorde! (og for syns skyld, jeg er trønder)

Så kommer dagen derpå og vi skal se på hvilke lavpanner som har vært ute å leka seg.

Først ut må vel være paret Sande/Mauseth, henholdsvis Leder og varamedlem i Tornekrattet, Molde’s egen supporterklubb. Her blir en far med sønnen på fanget kastet ølglass og knallskudd på hvorpå han tar sønnen på armen og går for å gi synderen et slag med sønnen på armen…

Det er mulig han mistet hodet litt, men sannelig kan det ikke være så fryktelig mye omløp i topplokket hans heller. Hvilket forbilde er dette? Og som man ser av bildene, han var den eneste som var klin oppe RBK supporterne. Sønnen må virkelig være stolt av sin far som skriker, roper og slår som en okse med en overdose testosteron. Leder og samboer av Sande støtter selvfølgelig sin ektemann og uttaler at sånt ikke skal skje. Wake up call, når masse folk samles og temperaturen er høy skjer det ting.

Men Molde og supporterne derfra er ikke de som fortjener pisken mest, for idiotene i Trøndelag var i klart flertall. Jeg så det kort på tv, men i mitt enkle sinn håpet jeg det var en feiltakelse. Jeg bare lurer, hva har en banner med påskriften «Vi HATE MOLDE» å gjøre på en fotballkamp? Som i tillegg masjerer forbi Molde supporterne for å provosere litt ekstra og egge til kvalm. Hadde brannvesnet stilt med vannkanon på disse bannerbærerne ville det vært en fornøyelig syn.

Trønderne måtte pile hjem med halen mellom beina og det var vel fortjent. Ingen tvil om det! Bra oppvisning Molde, all ære til laget som spilte med hjerte uttpå drakta og en angrepsvilje av de sjelden.

VG,

Money as Debt

•08/08/2009 • 1 kommentar

Denne videoen på 47 min (trenger faktisk bare se de første 30 min) forklarer hvorfor vi har ei finanskrise idag. Problemet er vel at folk aldri har tenkt over det og det er sabla vanskelig å overbevise folk at systemet de og deres foreldre ble født inn i er designet så det frarøver folk sine verdier… LÆR før det er for seint, bankene trykker penger uttav intet og har ingenting som sikkerhet når de tar boligen din som sikkerhet for lånet du ikke oppfylte kravene til. INGENTING! De skrev kontoen din i minus og på denne måten trykker de penger. Folket er den store taperen!

The Real Story Behind the Trilateral commission

•28/07/2009 • 2 kommentarer

As a campaign issue during this election year, the Trilateral Commission has already had a determining influence in the New Hampshire, Florida, Alabama, and Georgia primaries, and it is coming up as a crucial issue in the Illinois primary. The Commission is a group of 300 powerful public figures from North America, Japan, and Western Europe, formed in 1973 with advice and guidance from the Council on Foreign Relations and from British aristocrats, such as the Earl of Cromer of Baring Bros., Lord Roll of S.G. Warburg & Co. and director of the Bank of England, Lord Harlech, Sir Kenneth Keith, Sir Arthur Knight, and others. One hundred and ten members of the Commission are Americans, and 27 of them have served or are now serving in the Carter administration. This includes President Carter, Vice-President Mondale, Secretary of State Vance, Secretary of Defense Brown, and others. David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger’s piggy bank, is accorded the honor of calling himself the founder of the Commission. The candidacy of George Bush is now in ruins because the candidate has been overidentified with the Trilateral Commission. John B. Anderson deserves and probably will get a sound trouncing by the voters for the same reason as Bush: his long-standing identification with the Trilateral Commission. Fortsett å lese ‘The Real Story Behind the Trilateral commission’

Fool’s Gold is Green

•27/07/2009 • 4 kommentarer

«A pre I.M.F. seminar of eminent economists could not agree on what money is or how banks create it» Page 1, Wall Street Journal, Sept 24, 1971

Questions on the above quote:

  1. If the economists do not know what the ‘money’ is, how did the economists determine that the banks created the money?
  2. If the economists do not know what ‘money’ is, how come 200 million people think they do know what ‘money’ is?
  3. If the economists do not call the paper and metal tokens in use today ‘MONEY’, what do the economists call the paper and metal tokens in use today?

«Those who issue and control money and credit determine the policies of government and hold the destinies of the people in the hollow of their hands» -Sir Reginald McKenna

«Our monetary system would not work if all of the world’s bankers were not in collusion» -Merrill M.E. Jenkins Fortsett å lese ‘Fool’s Gold is Green’

The Bilderberg Society

•26/07/2009 • 1 kommentar

The Trilateral Commission is an outgrowth of the Bilderberg society, a secretive annual gathering of the most influential financiers and political agents of the Council on Foreign Relations, the leaders of the international oil cartel and their oligarchical allies, directed toward defining broad strategic policies. The society was constituted in 1954 and its activity centers around an annual closed meeting at which strategic policy goals are formulated for implementation through the political-economic-military power at the disposal of the conferees. Until his implication in the Lockheed scandal, the society was chaired by Prince Bernhardt of the Netherlands. Fortsett å lese ‘The Bilderberg Society’

Nobody Knows Who Owns the Federal Reserve

•25/07/2009 • 8 kommentarer

On the Merv Griffin Show, taped May 7th, Merv Griffin asked Elliott Janeway, nationally known economist, «Who owns the federal reserve?» Janeway replied. «The banks own the federal reserve.» I was floored to bear this answer from a nationally known figure who is regarded by a large mass of the public as standing near the epitome of knowledge of monetary affairs. The Federal Reserve issues all of the money of the United States – and if Janeway is under the impression that the banks own the Federal Reserve, what can be expected of the general public? Although Myers Finance & Energy had been all through this with its readers in 1969 and 1970, the shocking ignorance on the part of a leading economist forces me to bring this subject back into the open again.

The banks do not own the Federal Reserve. Although it has been long implied that they do. A textbook, «Money and bankin,» says the member banks own the twelve Federal Reserve Banks, but McChesney Martin, chairman of the Fed, in response to a question by chairman Patman of the Banking Committee said in 1956, «The banks do not own the Federal Reserve System» Fortsett å lese ‘Nobody Knows Who Owns the Federal Reserve’

Federal Reserve, an agency?

•23/07/2009 • Legg igjen en kommentar

The Fed is not an agency of the government. McChesney Martin, Chairman of the Fed, stated ambiguously before a Congressional Committee that the Fed was an agency of the United States Government. Yet, Chairman Marriner Eccles had previously stated that the Fed had more power in matters of money and credit than the federal government or the president. Some agency, where the agency has more power than its controller or owner. Obviously Marriner Eccles statement plainly said: The Federal Reserve is not an agency of the federal government.

The fact is the Federal Reserve System is not federal. It is not a reserve. And it is not a system. The whole name is a lie. They will not submit to an audit and they will not tell you who owns them. There is an iron curtain around the Federal Reserve, stronger and more forbidding than the iron curtain created after World War II by Joseph Stalin.

The first chairman of the Federal Reserve was Paul Warburg of the Kuhn Loeb banking firm in Germany, a German citizen. While he ran the Federal Reserve System of the United States, and financed the first World War in America, his brother financed the first World War in Germany.

Mercury, 1975