19 thoughts on “NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM MAY 18 2017”

  1. Gladio a, b and now c. Will probly make touched up videos with crisis actors n run over victims who jump up n run away. Like times sq. Or they’ll do it for real like it sounds like they did in manchester? Remind anyone of italy decades ago in train stations…? Gadzooks kids 2 n 3 generations removed r gonna have to be dumbed down beyond what we can fathom to believe all these false histories. Wow. That might b a new meme. False memories? False flags? False histories? What’d they call those memories the trauma based mind controlers gave their victims? Induced? Contrived? Vomito. Gimme a hand here n run with it.

  2. I hate to say this, but this trial makes Italy the most likely candidate for the next (probably BIG) false flag. The banksters don’t like their ‘rule’ questioned, and the prime way to say “back off” these days is by a plausibly-deniable ‘terrorist’ incident or six. I hope the Italians have their guard up…

    1. Robert Barricklow

      Perhaps, unlike the USA which avoided verifiable warnings as if they we’re plague infested; the Italian government will take measures to only to stop possible False Flags but vigorously investigate them. No pushing mountains of evidence under various Deep State out-of-country landfills. No three blind mice mega media hiding under the guises of Britney Spears’ underwear headlines.


  3. Vomito Blanco

    The end result will be some German cooking show celebrity will get incarcerated for insider trading and that will be it. Italy will get their bribe money to keep their economy afloat along with a promise that the earthquake machine won’t be used on them. An agreement will also be made on the refugees and the Italian elite will get first dibs on the pizza toppings coming into their country and NATO second.

  4. Well, Jospeh, the Bloomberg-ZH article has various sources and pieces together an ongoing story that started with Italian civil lawsuits over the 2008 derivatives crash and has since turned into a criminal investigation. The Italian press, not surprisingly, has focused more on the national angle, especially in the most recent years with a focus on the long-known-but-little-discussed links between various banks in Tuscany and the Democratic Party (the Italian “leftist” party deriving from the amalgamation of the former Communists and some former Christian Democrats); specifically between these banks and the Tuscany Region and major Tuscan cities, dominated by the Democratic Party. Among these politicians is former Prime Minister Renzi, previously mayor of Florence, and Renzi’s former cabinet colleague Maria Elena Rossi, whose family is associated with Banca Etruria. For those who do not live in Italy it should be pointed out that there is (and was) very little of the “Communist” element in these local authority power structures, rife with corruption and the butt of mainstream satire. One of the centres of the “spider’s web” is the beautiful city of Siena, where there has been a widely reported connivance between finance, local politicians, businessmen, Masonic Lodges and, of course the upper echelons of the clergy. For decades the citizens of Siena have been paid “hush money” in the form of jobs, directly in the famous Monte dei Paschi di Siena (MPS) Bank and indirectly through contracting, sponsorships etc. But with the murder of Mr Rossi, the young MPS bank manager who “fell” from his 2nd-floor office window in 2013, things finally seem to be changing.
    All of this may seem rather parochial with respect to the troubles of banking giant Deutsche Bank, but now Italian public prosecutors are trying to uncover the global extent of the corruption that many politicians here are still reluctant to talk about.

  5. They’re starting to eat their own. Sit back and grab the popcorn, folks, and enjoy the show.

    And I’ll make a prediction, too: I’ll bet that Italy will soon get some major EU loans or even debt forgiveness. If not, this will simply escalate. If Italy receives no suitable payoff, then the already tottering EU will come unglued, because Italy is the southern linchpin and it has finally become common knowledge that the Euro is nothing more than a weak D-mark fueling German the export machine and impoverishing the southern tier states.

    Also, Italy (with the Kolonie formerly known as Greece) also bears the brunt of the suicidal German “refugee” policy, as boatloads of migrants arrive on their shores each day (on spanking new boats paid for by those good old International financiers).

    Milan is Italy’s economic capital, and they’ve just declared economic war on Germany. Simply put, the EU is entering full meltdown unless some major payoffs are forthcoming forthwith. It’s a cage match now.

  6. Another tidbit about German finance in Italy: Milan prosecutors have put 200 branches of the German discount store chain “LIDL” under special administration, for organised crime connections. This is ironic since a recent “Zero Hedge” article said something to the effect that LIDL would soon be moving into the US and undercut Walmart. So there is a not-so-subtle financial war going on here

  7. curious. what is it about italy? didn’t they come out with confirmed judgements that vaccines cause autism in the last year or so?

    1. they’re openly listening to dutchsinse too. had a town with massive damage couple months back during an earthquake without a single casualty. a brit expat resident credited that the town listened to dutchsinse and got a 12+ hour warning on the big quake so everyone slept outside or in their cars,…

      1. didn’t spain go through something similar a few years back? shortly before banksters buried their renewable energy operations with crazed legislation and insane debt until they went bankrupt inspite of producing vast and profitable sun/wind power?

  8. marcos toledo

    It is interesting that another Axis partner was involved in this Japan. Is Italy going to do Iceland on the German-Japanese to big to jail banks? And could this be putting petrifying fear into our Wallstreet swindlers here in the USSA just wondering?

  9. I would not surprised if the Italians bring up those odd “counterfeit” bearer bonds at some point in this trial. And I bet that certain parties wondering.

  10. Robert Barricklow

    Blood in the water.
    There’s going to be a lot of silver and/or lead being spent.
    Scapegoats are being tethered and set-up. Suicideds are going to spike. Healthcare killings are being ratcheted up.
    Lamestream news may have to stop lynching Trump and circle the wagons around to stop this story catching any kind of legs.
    Look at all the BIG Rats jumping ship. My O My!

  11. Zero Hedge is one of the best sites on the NET. And I would not be surprised that their are “insiders” who like the site as well, and are willing to dump some of the “good stuff” in Tyler’s lap.

  12. Wow. Those in power are starting to wake up and realize that by looking the other way on these crimes, or even helping to cover them up for personal gain, they are helping Mr. GLOBAL enslave humanity. They are beginning to realize that the 20 pieces of silver they are getting today will not buy their children’s freedom from slavery in the future.

    1. yep. young mba students got to be wising up quick. or they’re not very good students. who’d want a banker too stupid to recognize risk?

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