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NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM SEPTEMBER 27 2012

Joseph Comments on two articles from Great Britain’s The Daily Bell, one on the growing difficulties in Spain, and the other on indications of a new trend in American jurisprudence against private currency:

Spain Falls to Pieces as Predicted

US Judiciary Leans Towards Disclosure Laws That Could Confiscate Electronic Assets

9 Responses to NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM SEPTEMBER 27 2012

  1. I got unsubbed ro the Daily Bell and two others.
    The surprise was that they came in for so long.

    I would think that you are having an easier time of it,
    now that I’m not visiting the site so much.

    Anyway, all of this is quite expected, isn’t it?

  2. Fortunately for the banksters they have a convenient scapegoat in the Germans along with control of most of the printed and televised media in Spain. They just dangle the greedy, overbearing Hun as the cause of all of lazy, imprudent Europe’s woes. Wether this will float or not I don’t know. It has certainly worked in the past. Unfortunately for the banksters they’ve had trouble getting fluoride in the water in most of Europe so who knows how the Spaniards, Greeks, etc will respond?

    When I hear Opus Dei, I cynically think bankster Fifth Column within the Vatican. Rudy Guliani and Rick Santorum are Opus Dei. My guess is the banksters will manage the Spanish uprising no different than the Arab Springs. Worse case scenario they allow and abet a secessionist movement within Spain in order to divide the Nation and misdirect the peoples’ anger. Divide and conquer.

    When I see banks and bankers going up in flames I will believe this is a true revolution 500 years in the making and I will get the popcorn. I also would not rule out at this time other powerful and antagonistic parties to the banksters such as Russia, Germany and the Vatican manipulating the direction and ire of this unrest, if they are smart.

    • Good points, and I agree, to some extent, that it is a manipulation of sentiment against the Germans, but I know many Spanish people who realize that they(the Germans) are not to blame, but rather the policies of previous governments plus the connivance of City of London banksters. As for Opus Dei…. well, I agree. With that little revelation the plot just became very murky.

  3. Enjoyed this very much.

    Regarding Putin, would I be correct, and I think you’ve said as much, in saying that Putin, as a strong leader and a nationalist, may act as a powerful leader capable of halting the total takeover of the world by the monied “civilisation”?

    He doesn’t have to be “saving us”, but is maybe strong enough to halt the onslaught.

    I listened to the Iranian President’s UN speech the other day on RT. It was pretty good I thought. But interesting that once again the US walked out on it. Very childish.

  4. When I hear “5th” I get thirsty.
    A very humorous beginning to you News & Views, that unfortunately, too many of us can relate to.
    Just got up for “an important” taped call on the foreclosure crisis.
    The occupation of a soveriegn state by the privatized moneyed powered breakaway civilation, is playing out globally, as dominoe nation states(Spain, Greece, Italy, Portugal, ect.) begin to fall into allignment via the currency of their entrepreneurial “marshalled” violence.
    Your analyses of the “bit” coin regional currency meme as a threat to their monopoly AND a 500 yr game changer is; well, Right-On-The-Money. Local/Regional vs International/monopolized. And if there’s anything they truly Abhor, It’s Competition. The internet, using this “bit” coin technology regionally, via the internet communities, is a viable way toward independencece from the moneyed monopoly now tightening it’s auster grip upon the world. This “bit” of independence from total economic control is a way of expressing, both regionally & locally:
    “Declaration$ of Independence Writ/Encrypted Globally.

  5. It’s just “NUTTY” to think that in the modern world, a political takover of the most of Eurpoe has even gotten this far.

    You only have to look at the people running this MESS, aka Baroso and Van Rompey, to see that these two bozo’s couldn’t run a grape vine over a back fence.

    This situation has to come to a bigger head in the very near future. The people of Greece and Spain will ultimately have to do more than just protest in the streets, and this is where it gets scary.

    Revolution is definately a scary word, just look back in history, but when you cant get anything done by civilian street protests, then something else has to happen, I cant imagine a total breakdown in society in 2012, its a nightmare.

    • There are plenty of religions today including that of the “Market” God. These are all religions of occupation, which do what all religions of “civilation” must do: Naturalioze the oppresiveness of socity. You CANNOT make peace with a culture that is trying to devour you.
      They excel at creating a double blind. A situation where if you choose one you loose, or if you choose another option you loose, AND you can’t withdraw. The only way out is to SMASH IT!
      There simply has never been a revolution, or even a substantial social reorganization, brought into being on the basis of princiles of peace. In every instance, Violence has been an intregal Requirement of the process of transformating the State.

  6. It is not only Spain but Portugal,Italy,Greece as well and who knows which other counries on the chopping block. The Banksters are out to squeeze all of us greed and megnomania is now the rule may they fail or we all dead.