Daily Archives: July 6, 2014

James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Century Of Enslavement: The History Of The Federal Reserve – 6 July 2014

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Laura Bruno – My Faery Garden Landscaper Is Back! – 6 July 2014

laura-of-the-rocksA couple weeks ago, I mentioned having sent my Faery Garden Landscaper (pseudonym: “Heather”) on her very first ever vacation until I got caught up on all the earlier garden projects. Well, as of yesterday afternoon, I’m all caught up, and now she’s back. I just realized it this morning when some telltale magickal signatures showed themselves outside; however, I’m quite sure she actually returned last night. Because last night … oh, my … last night ….

Let’s just say, out of nowhere, someone inspired me to buy a lot more fruit trees and berry bushes for planting this summer, which means much more work on my part. The ground is harder; they’ll need more water and extra care; they’ll need lots of cardboard and hauling of wood mulch … and have I mentioned it’s July in the absurdly humid Midwest? Continue reading

ZeroHedge – The Individual Is Rising – A Book Excerpt – 6 July 2014

ZeroHedgeA Book Excerpt in Two Parts


The Individual Is Rising

By Joe Withrow

Part two of this book excerpt can be found exclusively at TwoIceFloes.com

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(Cognitive Dissonance – While I edited this book for Joe I am not participating in any revenue from the sale of this book. However I did purchase several copies for personal use as well as to give to family and friends.

In fact if you are looking for an inexpensive, easy to read explanation of what is going on in the world, where it is headed and ways to prepare for the inevitable change, all in a compact form you can hand to family and friends, this just might be the book for you.)

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

ZeroHedge – “There Is No Honest Pricing Left” – The Epochal Error Of Modern Central Banking – 6 july 2014

ZeroHedgeSubmitted by David Stockman of Contra Corner blog,

David Stockman, Director of the Office of Management and Budget under Reagan, former Congressman, and author of the bestseller The Great Deformation: The Corruption of Capitalism in Americadiscusses his book, the gold standard, bailouts, and the problems the American economy faces today.

Mises Institute: In the book, you oppose Bernanke’s view of the Great Depression, which you point out relies heavily on the views of Milton Friedman.

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

ActivistPost – BAYER Is Launching GMO Soy – 6 July 2014


Usage of toxic pesticides continues to increase / “high meat consumption contributes to pesticide poisoning”

Bayer CropScience has launched a new soy product range. The corporation has started selling glyphosate and glufosinate resistant GMO soy seed under the brand name Credenz. Other varieties which have added resistance against so called HPPD herbicides are to follow at a later date.
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Brittan ‘Rape’ Charge: Is This A Case Of Rebekah Brooks II? – 6 July 2014

JohnWThe IoS this morning has exclusive news of the recent interview under caution of Leon Brittan, for the alleged rape of a student in 1967. For obvious reasons, I am deeply suspicious of this development.

This charge comes out of nowhere, and is vehemently denied by those around Brittan. I have been on the former Minister’s case now for three years, and this is the first I’ve heard of any such allegation. I rather suspect here that Brittan is being set up to face a charge he can easily deny…..thus allowing the Government to say that  justice has been done. Continue reading

What Are Machines Thinking? Forget It. What Are Humans Thinking? – 6 July 2014

jon7“…one scenario is that the machines will seek to turn humans into cyborgs. This is nearly happening now, replacing faulty limbs with artificial parts.”

“The concern I’m raising is that the machines will view us as an unpredictable and dangerous species.”

“[Machines] might view us the same way we view harmful insects.”

“Del Monte believes machines will become self-conscious and have the capabilities to protect themselves.” Continue reading