Tag Archives: 12 January

Mish/ Mike Shedlock – Biggest Bubble: Central Bank Credibility; Cautionary Tale Of Global Gloom From Down Under – 12 January 2015

MishMikeShedlockAustralian newspaper “The Age” has an interesting interview with Gerard Minack, former Morgan Stanley strategist.

Minack is now out on his own, publisher of “Downunder Daily“. Minack says “I deliberately decided when I left to keep it balanced, not to start writing like Zero Hedge.”

Nonetheless, Minack is a bear who thinks Australia is in for some tough times, the price of iron ore still has plenty of room to fall, and the most important monetary policy act of the last four years was European Central Bank president Mario Draghi’s “whatever it takes” speech, but the eurozone will break up anyway.

Finally Minack calls “central bank credibility” the biggest bubble. Let’s take a look. Continue reading


Steve Lendman – Hypocrisy In Paris – 12 January 2015

StevelendmanSunday headlines said huge crowds massed in Paris. Protected by “unparalleled” security, according to AP.

Including thousands of police and military forces. Along the two-mile Boulevarde Voltaire route marchers took.

An “unprecedented tribute,” said Reuters. Showing “unity and defiance,” claimed The New York Times.

“(S)olidarity following three days of terrorist attacks that badly shook the nation,” said the Washington Post.

“Paris displays defiance with huge rally,” headlined the Wall Street Journal.

“Paris urged to ‘come in numbers’ to defy Islamist terror,” said the Los Angeles Times. Continue reading

Laura Bruno – A Call For Visionary Artists, Cultural Creatives, Dreamers And Builders – 12 January 2015

laura-of-the-rocksNow’s the time to dig deep and bring forth our most inspired creative gifts to paint, sing, write, spell, dream and build our preferred new world into being. The “elite” friendly Economist magazine has put out its own symbolic program for 2015 on its cover. The obvious East/West “dichotomy” shown as controlled by the self-appointed elite bolsters Ken’s ongoing series about the false East/West “conflict.” I encourage you to click through to both links, as the Economist cover puts the psychopaths’ sick agenda on full, unapologetic display, while Ken’s latest articles give the rational breakdown of the Economist‘s subconscious, symbolic programming. Continue reading

NaturalNews – Jennifer Lilley – Mandatory Chickenpox Vaccination Increases Disease Rates, Study Shows – 12 January 2015

NaturalNewss Logo-April-2014(NaturalNews) Once again, the completely illogical debacle concerning the world of vaccinations has surfaced.

By now, you know they’ve come under fire by those who are adamant that they do more harm than good. Countless people have developed irreversible health problems and even died shortly after receiving a vaccination, which the medical community chalks up to “coincidence” or cleverly crafted wording that a patient should have known about.

Take, for example, the young Florida girl who made headlines last year when she received the flu vaccine. Marysue Grivna, now 10 years old, experienced paralysis and vision loss within a few short days of receiving the shot. She was ultimately diagnosed with a debilitating brain disease called acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM). Today, she’s confined to a wheelchair or bed and is almost entirely nonverbal.(1) Continue reading

Bill Ballard – 1-11-15 – 23rd Anniversary Of Opening The 11 11 Doorway! We Did It! – 12 January 2015

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NaturalNews – Julie Wilson – Conventionally Bred 100% Non-GMO “Green Super Rice” Resists Salt Water, Droughts And Disease, Increases Yield Without Fertilizer, Pesticides – 12 January 2015

NaturalNewss Logo-April-2014(NaturalNews) The argument that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are needed to feed the earth’s growing population holds less and less water as new research emerges, particularly with new understanding on how to utilize centuries-old techniques involving conventional crossbreeding.

Using intricate, yet traditional crossbreeding techniques, experts have learned to develop multiple strains of “Green Super Rice” that’s resistant to salt water, tough against droughts and able to produce above-average yield without the use of fertilizers or pesticides. The rice, which is environmentally safe, is specifically bred for taste and feel according to the region that it’s grown in. Continue reading

Mahala – Lessons In Cosmic Juggling – 12 January 2015

MahalaBy Mahala, on January 11th, 2015

by Alison McMcCabe who is from the UK

Her email address is: astroalison@gmail.com

The Total Solar Eclipse on the 20th March 2015 is a vitally important energy portal. Firstly falling at the Spring Equinox as the Sun enters a new solar cycle it marks a new beginning.

The eclipse falls in the middle of the 4 Blood Moon lunar eclipses in which the Sun and Moon have become glorious cosmic juggling balls soaring between Aries and Libra. Aries is the sign of the ‘self’ and Libra the sign of ‘relationship’. In 2014 these lunar eclipses have been challenging us at a deep level to find a balance in creating sacred space to nurture ourselves and follow our dreams and deepen our bonds to partners, family or friends or end relationships which are too difficult. Continue reading

James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Interview 988 – James Corbett On Solutions For A New Generation – 12 January 2015

In this wide-ranging conversation recorded with Gareth and Paul of YeomanTrust.org on January 8th, 2015, James Corbett discusses geopolitics, global government, anarchism, internet censorship, education, Fukushima and more. He also discusses the real revolutionary acts that can be taken by each and every one of us to begin detaching ourselves from the systems of control that are seeking to centralize, database and control the populations of the world. Continue reading

‘Media Must Push Western Intel Services To Change Tactics That Failed In France’ – 12 January 2015

RT logoInstead of ineffectual NSA-style piling of data on everything, intelligence agencies should focus on data analysis and detective techniques to prevent the same type of terror attacks that took place in France, former CIA officer Ray McGovern told RT.

RT: Millions of people came out to show their unity against terrorism. But do you think now that they will be more open to stricter, more stringent anti-terror laws?

Ray McGovern: The stoking of fear: “Be afraid, be very afraid” is typical of what happened after 9/11 in our country. I don’t think it helps. I think it inspires the worst in us – the spirit of vengeance. And when I hear the talk about increasing surveillance measures – it is fact, not interpretation that there were enough surveillance measures against these two from the beginning. They were on a ‘No Fly’ list, they were communicating in unencrypted telephone conversations as far as we know. There was everything in place necessary to get these guys – why they weren’t gotten is really a puzzle. Now there are lots of conspiracy theories, saying the French let them do this. I can’t buy that. It is more typical of Western intelligence services to be just really dumb, really ineffectual. And if you need proof of that, read James Rison’s latest book, when he talks about the fellows that ran the place where I used to work for 27 years were just completely clowns and could not cope with the challenges that they faced after the Cold War.

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

ActivistPost – Obama Declares War On ‘Extremism’ – Are You An ‘Extremist’ According To His Definition? – 12 January 2015

Logo_activistpost-comMichael Snyder
Activist Post

Do you know what an “extremist” is?  In the wake of the horrible terror attacks on the offices of Charlie Hebdo in France, Barack Obama is speaking very boldly about the need to win the war against “extremists”, and he has announced plans to host a major global summit on “extremism” next month.  And on the surface that sounds great.  But precisely how are we supposed to determine whether someone is an “extremist” or not?  What criteria should we use?

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