NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM DEC 8 2016

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The Italian referendum is over, and former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi suffered a defeat, but what does it mean? Major corporate media outlets are reporting solely on the constinutional referendum, but what was behind it?

European president Jean-Claude Juncker pleads with EU leaders not to hold 'in-out' referendums - because voters will choose to LEAVE

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi quits, populists seek quick vote to win power

Italian referendum: Matteo Renzi loses despite hitting his high turnout target

What Europe Needs: Hope

 

22 thoughts on “NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM DEC 8 2016”

  1. Yes, a very interesting year indeed! For a great many reasons that are actually all bound together in a structure that may, or may not come crashing down, but perhaps go into a permanent faint, falling slower than some may desire. By the end of 2017, I hope to stand corrected in favor of the speed of change, but certainly without violence and rather, with greater hope yet for the following years. 🙂

  2. I think that the Europeans – particularly the Italians, as just shown – are waking-up to the ‘real world’. By this, I mean that the highest officials (some semi-elected, many ‘appointed’ by shadowy figures) are not working to the people’s interests. The smart ones are sniffing the scent of feudalism in the air. They are reacting accordingly, thank God…

    Ironically, the US mainstream media coverage of Trump has shown how ‘owned’ the news sources currently are. I am presuming the European public were taking notes…

  3. Mr. Juncker is the cut out for what the EU really is, and that’s a fascist organization built on principals that are NOT the will of the people. It astounds me that the EU even got off the ground in the first place. However considering the Madrid circular, it appears that the carefully laid out plans were just about as sneaky as it gets. I predict 2017 will be the EU’ curtain call, and the people will rise up and throw these wombats OUT, go back to running their own countries and burn everything that has EU stamped on it. Go Italy !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1. DownunderET: “…the carefully laid out plans were just about as sneaky as it gets.”

      If you have not already done so, I encourage you to read the details as to how the PTB finagled the Fed into being. Talk about sneaky!

      1. Thanks Gosh, I am very familiar with how the Fed was created. The best way I found out was to watch Bill Still’ excellent DVD “The Money Masters”. I’ve lost count of how many copies of that DVD I have made and passed on.

  4. Italian politics is a strange beast but not much stranger than in most countries. People here are waking up to the oligarchs’ lies, especially when they are out of work, underpaid or just able to add up two plus two. Social media is playing an increasing role. Fakebook has 30 million users, half the country’s population, which is a lot even when we discount “really fake” accounts. Smartyphone Messaging platforms are all the rage. Hugely expensive government sponsored Yewtube ads for a “Yes” vote in the referendum typically featured minors, women and politicians, and this was not very successful. Even people who don’t use these media or just watch lamestream TV proved to be a lost cause.
    The insidious intricacies of the proposed reforms, which, among other things called for insertion of phrases to the effect that the Italian State would “be required to implement European Union policies”, were largely lost to many people; satire abounded, with the Senate reforms being likened to those of Sith lord Palpateen in Star Wars (the pun is in the word “SI-th”, with SI being “yes” to the constitutional changes).. Endorsements to the Renzi government by Merkel, Barack Hussein and all the usual Eurocrats produced widespread pushback rather than convincing or intimidating people.
    The Vatican wisely kept out of all this, though current papal policy is heavily globalist-oriented.
    Will there be general elections soon? Bets are open on this, and in any case we can be sure that the Italian branch of the Babylonian Bankers will not just retire quietly into their villas. Though as in the case of Brexit, the globalist threats of a catastrophic “day after” do not seem particularly likely.

    1. As for Austria, the oligarchs have heaved a sigh of relief to see the genteel conservative globalist Van der Bellen in the Hofburg rather than his “plebian upstart” rival – who in any case is likely to lead the government after the next general election. A sort of Karmic vendetta by the Romanovs, who ennobled the Van der Bellen family living in the Russian Empire, and who can enjoy seeing the descendant of their proteges in the former Imperial Palace of the Hapsburgs, now the residence of the not-so-glamorous Austrian Republic.

  5. I didn’t see any map on the Telegraph website showing the vote of districts in Italy. The Europeans haven’t gotten their act together. Juncker should give up on his Fourth Reich dreams once and for all it’s not helping Europe economy one bit.

  6. Robert Barricklow

    Looks like the internet has become a blessing and a curse for centralized power. One the one hand is the boot of surveillance on the face of humanity[literally i.e the likes of Facebook(s)]; on the other hand the near open source distribution of information[at least in terms of what it used to be under paper publishing inc]. In other words, an unstoppable force is changing societies worldwide.
    The deep reason is the nature of information itself: controlling information is the same as controlling the mind.

    1. Robert Barricklow

      The digital media of communication available to our cultures today, are a dominate influence on the formation of the culture’s intellectual & social perceptions. So far the surveillance state has not been able to contain the seeds of truth reaching outward into the minds seeking these fruits of knowledge from the tree of good and evil[the internet. But, as we speak, worldwide. the powers that be are in the process of placing that boot on the face of humanity as well.
      The good fight is just getting started…

      Gentlemen, rev-up your open-source engines!!!
      as they attempt to enclose our information commons.

  7. I don’t understand why Italy does not do what they have always done when they get a large influx of immigrants and a rising tide of dissatisfaction among their own population: conscript most of the immigrants into the army and quickly start a war with Gaul. The rest of the immigrants you use as fodder for gladiatorial games.

    1. I wonder if Merkel, when under extreme pressure in the next election to get anti-immigrant voters, will use the Hitler card and boast that she is the genetic daughter of the late Fuhrer concocted not in Brazil but in a secret laboratory in East Germany? If I were her, I would start putting pressure on the rest of the world and start suggesting China take some of the immigrants in their mysterious vacant cities. I would also put pressure on the USA to take muslim immigrants and house them on Okinawa. Lastly, I would even suggest that the UN protectorate of the Golan Heights would make a superb refugee camp for Syrian war refugees and demand that the Security Council move refugees there as it is much closer and surprisingly unmolested by ISIS. This may bring loud protests from Israel and the USA and could result in her assassination or a deadly false flag for the German populous but if she survives it, she could win over the large number of Germans opposed to zionist hypocrisy and skullduggery.

      1. I suspect the sad outcome will inevitably be that the renegade nations of Europe will force their immigrants to leave once they are free of the EU yoke. These immigrants will then flee to the one safe haven left in Europe and that will be Germany. Overtime, as the Germans finally get so fed up with globaloney and forced immigration, they will vote in a demagogue, some modern equivalent of an eloquent Austrian house painter, perhaps a California weight lifter, and that demagogue will suggest a very German solution to the refugee problem which most Germans will begrudgingly agree to. Quickly and without much fanfare, the muslim immigrants will simply disappear.

        1. I don’t know, an open season with no bag limits and a hundred or so rednecks with guns might be a more permanent solution. Might get a little noisy until they thin them out a bit though.

        1. Around here, if they are caught making inappropriate advances toward our women, we invite them fishing. The problem lately is the alligators are getting too fat to chase the bait.

          1. Dag from Ringerike

            I was falling of my chair, WD, when I read your comment. LOL, But, but, be very careful what you are writing now because The Pope could supposedly beeing labeling you; not as a heretic any longer, but as a kind of a “another food collector”.

            https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/dec/07/pope-compares-fake-news-consumption-to-eating-faeces-coprophilia

            I was listening to a BBC report yesterday, interviewing people from Tuscany that have lost their savings and retirement savings because their regional banks had persuaded them to convert their savings into bonds and shares in their banks. Well, the banks failured, and people lost their moneys. And, of course, no one in the streets interviewed would vote a yes. Understandable. So, this could also be a reason for the no vote.

            Anyhow, to many foxes in the henhouse now and, as I observe, Donald is adding some more into the new US government.
            All the Best,
            Dag

          2. What’s to be said for a people who allow what is going on in Europe at the moment. They seriously need go grow a pair and put a stop to it themselves if their governments won’t do it for them. Just how long do you thing this would go on here, if they start this kind of nonsense. I am reasonably sure of what would happen where I live and they would be moving on out quickly to safer localities.

      2. VO: “…China take some of the immigrants in their mysterious vacant cities.”

        I was noticing that the “mysterious vacant cities” were all at a fair altitude above sea level. Do the Chinese know something?

      3. VB, I tried to reply to you, but “Your comment is awaiting moderation.”
        goshawks – December 8, 2016 at 8:54 pm.

        1. The POPE.. (who stole his fish hat from Enki!!) is SERIOUSLY pulling his two bits in about FAKE NEWS?? About a story of Pedophilia?? I’d have thought that he would give that particulier story a wide berth .. If anyone loves a little boy more than a politicien, its a priest!

          James 4:11, “Speak not evil one of another, brethren, he that speaks evil of his brother and judges his brother speaks evil of the law and judges the law, but if you judge the law you are not a doer of the law but a judge. There is one lawgiver that is able to save and to destroy. Who are you that judges another?”

          Who are you to judge me for judging others? Human writings are full of Pride as they claim to write down the saying of God(s). Ah;. no, One person can claim to have heard the voice of god, (and he tried to sacrifice his own son and cut off part of his own penis) and that came from a burning bush. Everything else is hear-say and 3rd hand testimony.

  8. You can really start to see the effects of the Russia sanctions on the streets of Moscow. Without to the influx of Italian clothes and shoes which the Moscow nouveau riche had been growing accustomed to, eastern European and Russian fashion designers have had to fill the gap once again and sadly it has become a revival of he 1980’s polish refugee look. The stylish and soft leather shoes hand made in places like Milan are now being replaced with Albanian-made clunky over-sized uniform work shoes meant to withstand hours of factory work and harsh winter weather. Double- breasted, large shouldered polyester suits are now back in fashion. There are even rumors that a covert triangular trade has developed between Russia, Italy and Israel where Israel dumps boat loads of muslim refugees in Italy and returns with Italian clothes which Israelis then exchanges with Russian mobsters in return for female Russian slaves.

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