NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM JUNE 10 2011

Joseph comments on Chancellor Merkel's recent visit to Washington and about an article in Chinese selling off major blocks of US debt.

4 thoughts on “NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM JUNE 10 2011”

  1. Robert Barricklow

    Just finished Babylon’s Banksters and it not only met my high expectations, but excceded them. Very happy that all the primary bases were covered in detail. Unexpectantly the “money story” went much deeper than I imagined.
    Hearing that there might be a Babylon Banskter’s Two(titled such for lack of a better handle) certainly primed my expectation up again. How you can add to it in a more , or equally striking manner, is again, beyond my imagination(by keeping it up to your high scholarly standards).
    Michael Hudson thinks they’re going for a world currency, and it’s not close to an open system. Of course, they will create the ‘problem’ then have the peasants beg for their ‘solution’, or should I say, to enslave them.
    The Nazi system is off the radar in terms of/ where they up to? ABreakaway Society? Off-world? And how does finance figure inti it?
    This is the 3rd book of yours I’ve read. Got The Nazi International coming next, followed by The Cosmic War, followed by Genes, Giants, Monsters…
    Still got alot of catching up to do.

  2. The two leaders I’ve still got faith in are Merkel and Obama. Obama has to play a game of subterfuge so short term losses for long term gains that make the left leaning voters angry. Reading Der Spiegel trying to rubbish the blossoming relationship between US/Germany didn’t wash with me. I think you’re right, we’re seeing a global rewiring of relationships and the basics count. Who is honest and can be trusted. I think Obama and Merkel understand each other on that level.

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