Daily Archives: December 6, 2013

John Ward – The Dart Heading For The Bubble: One Chart Not Even The Most Rabid Bull Can Ignore – 6 December 2013

The credit-line is being snipped: what happens now?Above is a chart covering the sudden divergence of Stock market prices and credit availability in the US during the months of October and November this year. In the light of data released today showing that America put on a grand total of just 3,000 jobs in November, it makes for chilling reading. Continue reading


NaturalNews – Jonathan Benson – Tylenol Can Kill You New Warning admits Popular Painkiller Causes Liver Damage, Death – 6 December 2013

Naturalnews-Logo2(NaturalNews) It has been a common household name in over-the-counter pain relief for more than 50 years. But the popular painkiller drug Tylenol is getting a major labeling makeover following a string of personal injury lawsuits. According to the Associated Press (AP), so many Tylenol users these days are suffering major liver damage or dying that the drug’s manufacturer, McNeil Consumer Healthcare, has decided to put a large, red warning label on the cap that informs users about the drug’s risks. Continue reading

Revealed: The secret of the East China Sea – 6 December 2013

RT logoWhat game is China really playing by declaring an Air Defense Identification Zone in the East China Sea?

The spin in the US is relentless. This was no less than “saber-rattling,” a “bellicose” posture and a unilateral “provocation.” A possibly tense meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and US Vice-President Joe Biden in Beijing may have done nothing to dispel it.

This is what the White House says Xi and Biden talked about; Beijing has not released a transcript. on the hysteria front, this Op-Ed – reflecting a warped consensus in the City of London – even managed to crank it up to pre-World War II levels.

Now compare it with the official Chinese media view, from a more conciliatory take to a no-holds barred assertion of sovereignty: Which brings us to the strong possibility that the original provocation was actually Japanese, not Chinese.

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Russia’s PM Rebukes West For Taking Sides On Ukraine Protests – 6 December 2013

RT logoRussia’s prime minister, Dmitry Medvedev, has criticized the visits of top Western officials to Ukrainian anti-government protests, calling them “interference in Ukraine’s internal affairs.”

He was referring to the two-day visit of German Foreign Minister Guido Westerwelle to Ukraine for an OSCE summit, which he started Thursday evening with a tour to the heart of the ongoing protest. Accompanied by two of the opposition leaders, the German minister toured Kiev’s Independence Square and European Square, the two main venues for the ongoing demonstrations.

“Excuse me, but taking part in such actions is called simply interference in internal affairs,” Medvedev said about Westerwelle’s visit.

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Australia – Hundreds Of Fines Issued By Protective Services Officers To Be Withdrawn – 6 December 2013

Herald Sun


POLICE will withdraw hundreds of fines handed out by Protective Services Officers who had no authority to issue them.

A total 338 infringement notices will be cancelled with all money refunded and demerit points removed from drivers’ records.

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John Ward – Autumn Statement: You Thought Osborne Simply Ignored The ONS Data? Read The OBR Report – 6 December 2013

osporkytitleGeorge Osborne is taking us all for a ride, and Mum’s advice still applies: never get into cars with strange men

In the light of yesterday’s late arrival Autumn Statement from Chancellor George Osborne, the Office of Budget Responsibility report entitled Economic & Fiscal Outlook December 2013 makes for some very interesting reading. I’d sort of expected it to lick Orbnose all over, but far from it. There now follow some real gems (my emphases noted): Continue reading

WakingTimes – How Plato’s “The Republic” Describes Today’s Society – 6 December 2013

waking_times_logo_6-5-12_1The Republic (Greek: Πολιτεία, Politeia) is a Socratic dialogue, written by Plato around 380 BC, concerning the definition of justice and the order and character of the just city-state and the just man. It is Plato’s best-known work and has proven to be one of the most intellectually and historically influential works of philosophy and political theory. In it, Socrates along with various Athenians and foreigners discuss the meaning of justice and examine whether or not the just man is happier than the unjust man by considering a series of different cities coming into existence “in speech”, culminating in a city (Kallipolis) ruled by philosopher-kings; and by examining the nature of existing regimes. The participants also discuss the theory of forms, the immortality of the soul, and the roles of the philosopher and of poetry in society. Continue reading

Gloria Wendroff – The Heaven Letters – Let Love Be Enough – 6 December 2013

HeavenlettersGod said:

In human terms, there is right, and there is wrong. No two people think just alike. No two people agree on everything. Where is it said that they must? Yet there is difficulty in allowing another point of view or another opinion. What is this need for agreement really about? What is at stake?

So what if someone belongs to one religion or political party or another? What if someone sees one way and you another. What is so all-important?   Continue reading

Just A Reminder : Government Explained – 6 December 2013

Government Explained

Government Explained 2: The Special Piece of Paper

(Lucas: A good reminder to get thinking about self-governance. The  GOVERNMENT do not want you to go that way… Though it is the natural way of things as you have natural and universal rights and law.  There is no need for someone or some institute or entity to govern you.)

Pope Francis Establishes Commission On Protection Of Minors – 6 December 2013

(Vatican Radio) At the briefing on Thursday morning, 5 December, at 1 p.m., alongside the Director of the Holy See Press Office, there participated Cardinal Sean Patrick O’Malley, archbishop of Boston, member of the Council of Cardinals, who gave the following Declaration:

“Continuing decisively along the lines undertaken by Pope Benedict XVI, and accepting a proposal presented by the Council of Cardinals, the Holy Father has decided to establish a specific Commission for the protection of minors, with the aim of advising Pope Francis on the Holy See’s commitment to the protection of children and in pastoral care for victims of abuse. Specifically, the Commission will:
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