Daily Archives: July 7, 2012

Lisa Gawlas – Opening Our Door To The Promised Land Is Our Rsponsibility…Coupled With Action!! – 7 July 2012

There is but one single word on my heart this morning.  A word I would much prefer to put in the mailbox and send back to the universe.

Responsibility.

We hear this word, do our best to own it in our life.  However, the human tenancy is to be surface seekers and application-ers.  Present company included. Continue reading

Stephen Cook – Powerful Corporates, Unrepresentative Politicians And Apathetic Voters…Really? – 7 July 2012

Stephen: That’s it. Tell them what you want them to hear and they might just believe it!

This study may have been released in the UK today. Yet it could apply to the world over – but only in old paradigm terms.

I wonder who funded this ‘survey’ and I seriously question: are we really all apathetic?  I don’t think so. Continue reading

Common Dreams – Three Quarters Of A Million Voters Set To Be Disenfranchised In Pennsylvania –

Over 750,000 registered voters in Pennsylvania may be disenfranchised under the state’s new voter ID law, election officials on reported on Tuesday.

(photo: video still from The Ed Show see link below) The three quarters of a million figure represents 9.2 percent of the state’s voters. Continue reading

Serious Fraud Office To Investigate Barclays Libor Fixing – 7 July 2012

A criminal investigation has been launched into alleged rigging of the Libor rate within the banking industry, the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) confirmed today.

SFO director David Green QC formally accepted the Libor issue for investigation after Barclays was fined by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) last week for manipulating the key interbank lending rate which affects mortgages and loans. Continue reading

Forbes – Shah Gilani – It’s Not Libor Stupid, Central Banks Are The Problem – 7 July 2012

( Lucas :  The blame game has started that makes it only interesting and gets us in the blaming more and more insights in those who have robbed us, deceived, enslaved us. The truth will come out whatever way. Soon the old will vanish from the screens and out of existence. We will see the new emerging.)

The Libor scandal is about to get a whole lot worse. And, that’s the good news.

Not only are at least twenty more big banks under investigation as part of a massive fraud to manipulate interbank lending rates that affect some $800 trillion in loans and derivatives, but the Bank of England is about to take center stage in the scandal. Continue reading

2 Minutes News – X-Class Flare, Radiation Storm, Magnetic Storm – 7 July 2012

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Romania’s President Impeached Amid International Concern – 7 July 2012

Romanian politicians impeached President Traian Băsescu in an overwhelming vote on Friday, paving the way for a national referendum that could see the divisive and increasingly unpopular leader ousted from the position he’s held for eight years. Continue reading

Jean Haines – Want To Be Happy? What’s This : Claremont Flash Mob – 7 July 2012

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See how great we are? We’re simply THE BEST!! Watch this full screen with the volume up~ Love and hugs, ~Jean

Rob Kall – Occupy Wall Street Metamophosizes – And It’s Beautiful And Fun – 7 July 2012

I spent four of the five days at the Occupy National Gathering and my here’s my overall impression;

It was a powerful, visionary, exciting, FUN gathering of representatives from close to 100 different Occupy locales. Marches through Philadelphia, aimed at Comcast and big Banks, in heat reaching mid 90s temperatures, had upwards of 300-500 marchers.  Continue reading

Ann Albers – Message From Ann And The Angels – 7 July 2012

Message from the Angels

My dear friends, we love you so very much.

Today we wish to speak to you on the subject of “letting go.” It is the nature of life itself to move forward, one moment at a time, constantly and eternally evolving. It is the nature of the apple tree to grow and blossom simply to release the apples into your willing hands. It is the nature of plants to seed, grow, mature, die, and then decay, knowing that their life force will sustain those to follow. It is the nature of waves to crash upon the sand and then to fall back again, releasing their treasures to the playful children on the beach. Even the animals are born knowing that each day will bring new surprises and that they must adapt to their changing circumstances. Continue reading