NEWS AND VIEWS FROM THE NEFARIUM OCT 18 2018
October 18, 2018 / /
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The Nefarium has been busy in Joseph's absence: the CSU was handed its walking papers in the Bavarian state elections in Germany, the AfD (Alternativ fur Deutschland) surged, and Italy is (as predicted) playing hardball with the EU:
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This whole affair reminds me of Benjamin Franklin’s famous line, “We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately.” Indeed, there are parallels to the Continental Congress. “History doesn’t repeat itself, but it often rhymes,” as Mark Twain is often reputed to have said.
The southern/central Europeans have looked at what happened when Greece tried to take-on the Troika, alone. Assuming for the moment that it was not all a set-up in advance, the Greek people got financially slaughtered. Think of the Boston Massacre. They definitely got ‘hung’, separately. That was likely when the idea for a ‘hang together’ version of a fiscal Continental Congress got started: the League.
And just like the Colonies taking-on the British Empire, they have no direct chance of winning. (Outside of Masonic dealings, as Franklin maneuvered-with in France.) However, they can make such a nuisance of themselves, and attract interested allies, that they might ‘wear out’ the opposition. The Colonies never really beat the Brits; they just made it too expensive for the Brits to be an occupying power…
So, it is very possible that Italy/Hungary/Spain/etc are embarking on a fiscal “Revolutionary War” gambit. It will be interesting to see what a fiscal Europe looks like when the dust settles…
Hi there Dr. Farrell – Great report from the Nefarium.
Since you mentioned Hillary’s crack-up, there’s a twitter link embedded here of it.
Video captured the moment that Hillary Clinton’s driver was in such a hurry that he didn’t even see the concrete pillar in a parking garage and slammed into it. A dazed Clinton exited the vehicle bobbing around as she walked. All of this took place as more documents were released that continue to expose her crimes.
Around 340,000 new emails from Search Warrant.
The large number of emails appears to be a result of a mail client program installed on that computer (such as Outlook) that pulled emails from servers belonging to both Anthony Weiner and Huma Abedin.
A significant number of these 340,000 emails appeared to be between Huma Abedin and Hillary Clinton (the latter who appears to have used a number of different email addresses).
“…the driver didn’t even see the concrete pillar in a parking garage and slammed into it.”
The other possibility is – like Putin’s chauffeur – the driver was not controlling the car in that moment. It would be interesting to know what portion of that car had been ‘modernized’ to be potentially controlled from without…
My main beef w/the currency abdication is that it is not in the country’s best interest; however, the few who issue the currency are quite happy to use the power to benefit their own interests.
The U.S and the international banking cartel and other private players in it for power/money/control.
The public is not being represented, but is certainly paying for it in blood, sweat, and tears
Oh! Joseph has his “organ hat” on! Organ shoes, too, I imagine! <3
What I find interesting is since Germany reunited there have been a lot of states breaking up around Europe. Could Spain be next on the list to be divided then there is the rape of Greece is there a pattern here just asking?
Good point Marcos, the Catalan affair has had very little media coverage lately.
On top of all this, Mr Salvini has just made a quick visit to Moscow to meet 700 Italian businessmen and with Russian officials, returning with the assurance that he would make every effort towards abolishing the sanctions against Russia that are hurting Italian exports.