Tag Archives: 5 March

Lisa Gawlas – Movement, (re)Alignment Within The Creative Landscape Of Shambhala!! – 5 March 2015

lisagawlas2Ya ever feel like a toddler again?  Geez Louise, talk about such a massive shift in our worlds, even seeing things clearly is so hard to understand functionally.  I will just share the constant in 5 of the 6 connections.  Actually, I think I found something that can help you see how I see the field, which may make my (humble attempt) to put it into words, more understandable. Continue reading

ZeroHedge – A Day In The Life Of A Falling BRIC – 5 March 2015

ZeroHedgeSubmitted by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog,

It’s not that long ago, in 2001, that Jim O’Neill, then still with Goldman Sachs, coined the term BRICs, for the fast emerging markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China. O’Neill saw a global power shift from the west to these four nations happening. Fast forward to today, and we see Russia under multiple attacks, including economic ones, from the west, as India just announced the second rate cut this year and China is attempting controlled demolition of the possibly biggest financial bubble in the history of the world.

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Jon Rappoport – Exit From The Matrix: Vision Of A Great Adventure – 5 March 2015



Is there something wrong with having a vision of a great adventure? Looking around at society today, you might think so.

But the individual, bombarded though he might be with propaganda and group-think, still wants it. He wants the feeling of greater space and the power to make something new happen.

He wants relief from repetition and boredom. He wants the thrill of “new worlds.” And not just in his thoughts, but in his life. Continue reading

ZeroHedge – The Global Problem: Monetary Policy Can’t Fix An Economy’s Structural Problems – 5 March 2015

ZeroHedgeSubmitted by Charles Hugh-Smith via OfTwoMinds blog,

When we look back from 2025, it will be painfully obvious that central bank policies exacerbated the systemic crises that brought down the global financialization machine.

What with all the praise being heaped on central banks for “saving” the world from economic doomsday in 2008, it’s only natural to ask which structural problems their unprecedented policies solved in the past 6 years. After all, “saving” the world from financial collapse was relatively quick work; so what problems beyond imminent implosion did the central banks policies solve in the past 6 years?

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James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Italians Show World How To Deflate Terror Propaganda – 5 March 2015

Italians take to Twitter to mercilessly mock the latest al-CIA-duh terror propaganda. This is how it’s done.

Thanks to the Revelations Radio News podcast at http://revelationsradionews.com/ for the tip on the story.

Isis in Libya: Italians poke fun at jihadists’ Twitter threat to attack Rome

www.corbettreport.com / link to original article

ZeroHedge – Turkey Warns “Speculators Will Be Burned” As Lira Collapses To Record Lows – 5 March 2015

ZeroHedgeThe Turkish Lira is down over 4 handles again this morning as the currency’s collapse accelerates exponentially. Having devalued by 30% year-to-date amid Erdogan’s rage against central bank independence, selling its gold, threats of jail for not cutting interest rates, and rising repression of increasing social unrest, the country’s Economy Minister took to the TV today to expose the “hidden currency war” and blast ‘speculators’ (because only a speculator would pull his capital from such a ‘stable’ place) – “The manipulation of those who play with the dollar will explode in their hands and their hands will be burned.”

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‘Britain’s Political Establishment Is Utterly Out Of Touch With Electorate’ – Ex-Civil Service Chief – 5 March 2015

RT logoThe vast majority of British politicians have no conception of what life is like for a person dependent on state benefits, Britain’s ex-Civil Service chief warns.

British politicians who send their children to fee-paying schools and enjoy the luxury of private health care are utterly out of touch with the life led by those who rely on welfare, Lord Gus O’Donnell said on Thursday.

In an impassioned assault on Britain’s political establishment, O’Donnell said the UK’s political landscape is saturated with politicians “who just don’t get it.”

O’Donnell waged his attack during an interview with the Global Government Forum, an online platform for senior government figures.

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