Daily Archives: March 13, 2014

Ron Van Dyke – SwissIndo Payments 1-11 Released On March 11 – 13 March 2014

Uploaded On 12 March 2014 by paradoxman316 This is hopefully going to be the game changer. If it goes as intended, there will be funding for humanitarian missions and release of all the technologies that have been suppressed by the criminal element that has tried to control the world for so long, such as the oil industry, the pharmaceutical industry, the food industry, and, most important, the corporate government industry. Many things have to be worked out as cooperatively as possible; and I’m sure there will continue to be challenges. This is only one step, albeit, an important one. I don’t have all the answers; but I am willing to share my perspective with the hope that I can help people get a clearer picture of where we may be headed.

ZeroHedge – What Happened To Flight 370? An Analysis Of What Is Known – 13 March 2014

ZeroHedgeSubmitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog,

UPDATE: As expected (see my analysis of ocean currents and drift-time below), the purported debris was a false lead. The revelation that the automated ACARS was still sending data on the Rolls Royce engines is not surprising given what else is known, nor is the Malaysian claim that the data is false. Engine data indicates Malaysian plane flew four hours after disappearing

Read the full story at: www.zerohedge.com / link to original article

ZeroHedge – Bank Of America Finds No Spending Pick Up In March, Blames Storm – 13 March 2014

ZeroHedgeWe would suffer too many subdural hematomas if we were to comment on this most recent outbreak of the “idiot meteorologist” syndrome by Bank of America below. Our internal BAC card (debt and credit) retail ex. gas spend data for the first week of March again showed only a modest 1.7% increase relative to the same period last year. While last week’s growth was the same as the 1.7% YoY increase reported for the month of February, it was still significantly below 4.9% YoY growth rate during the first week of March last year. However, once again adverse weather potentially impacted spending last week, as the storm “Titan” moved across the US over the weekend of March 1st and 2nd and was followed by yet another cold spell. Temperatures subsequently rebounded this week, suggesting this week’s reading could provide a cleaner read of the underlying spending trends.

Read the full story at: www.zerohedge.com / link to original article

Jon Rappoport – The Strange Fear Of Symbols – 13 March 2014

jon7Groups use symbols.

But symbols have no inherent power.


They have power only when people believe in them. In which case it’s the belief that is the power.

Just as important, symbols have no inherent meaning. They only have the meaning given to them.

So, for example, the famous eye and pyramid mean zero. Zilch. They only have meaning because Masons and other groups have assigned it. Continue reading

6.3-Magnitude Quake Strikes Off S. Japanese Island Of Kyushu – 13 March 2014

A 6.3 magnitude earthquake has struck off the south coast of Japan, 13 kilometers north of the city Kunisaki-shi, located on the southern Kyushu Island, according to the US Geological Survey.

The epicenter fell at a depth of 82.9km, striking off the coast at the intersection between Kyushu, the main island of Honshu, and Shikoku, at 2:06 a.m. on Friday (1706 GMT on Thursday).

A 6.3 earthquake is capable of causing ‘serious damage’, according to the USGS, while earthquakes measuring between 6.0 and 6.9 on the Richter scale can be felt up to hundreds of kilometers from the epicenter.

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Drones Over Down Under: Australia To Spend $2.7Bn On Border UAV Patrols – 13 March 2014

RT logoAustralia has approved plans to buy several Triton drones to patrol the country’s borders at a cost of US$2.7 billion. The government believes the drones can help to prevent illegal immigration.The fleet of giant, hi-tech drones will be used “to secure…ocean resources, including energy resources off northern Australia, and help to protect our borders,” Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott said, authorizing the move Thursday.Asylum seekers frequently attempt to enter the country from Indonesia and Sri Lanka on unsafe boats, which are frequently turned back or sometimes sink offshore, resulting in dozens of casualties.

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Maarten Horst – ET First Contact Radio – 13 March 2014

ET-FIRST CONTACT ON BBS-RADIO avatarListen to Maartens ET-First Contact Radio at Finding Voices Radio and BBS Radio.

His youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/Lumixal

or his FB : http://www.facebook.com/maarten.horst Continue reading