Thursday, 26 January 2012

bankers and politicians could hear us

if they took their heads out of their butts.

They really don't want to make us suffer, it's just that they can't
hear our
cogent arguments
our bosses laying us off
the government cutting every service
the future melting away

as it stands, all they hear is "whwhwhwhwhwwhwhhwh",
kind of like the sense that a dog makes of human speech.

reminds me of Charlie Brown

Friday, 20 January 2012

The Euro Debt Play, at a theatre near you

Now, we all know not to believe anything that is said by European
politicians about the Euro debt crisis.
You need a bullshit-to-English translator for that.

We all know that the Euro discussions are classed as
'Politics for Morons', and pure kabuki theatre (for bloggers and alt media)

Some people just want the feelgood theatre, so here's a rundown of
what's on offer:
the theatre pages
Euro Clarion
on the Euro Debt Saga

South-east bario: The Caliente Theatre
Greece: Too unruly for democracy. Add one despot
Likely to default if allowed to wiggle too much
so the pressure is kept on, because if Greece
goes, it's all over, unless we can find a way
to let Greece out the back-door cat-flap.

South-west 'hood: The Theatre Favella
Portugal: Following orders, and still democratic
Not such a drastic case and too small a country
to be of importance

North-west ghetto: The Blarney Stone Opera
Ireland: Good ol' boys
Continuing to hand over money to banks. No problems

Italy: Too big to leave alone. Add one despot
A country with enough production to save itself,
but leader was too interested in demagoguery
and young titty. Can't be allowed to fail or
allowed to leave.

Germany: Killing the Euro softly
Their production wants a weak Euro, but they don't want
to fund the 'lazy' south, but that's what's needed in
this neo-colonial EU.

France: Que sera sera, we are not Germany
Sarko trying to make it seems as if France matters.
He doesn't realise that Merkel is jerking his chain.

de minimis

Wednesday, 18 January 2012

from Paris, it's Adobe', the new beauty secret

Fotoshop by Adobe’
makes anybody look years younger and stones lighter.
Also helps to sell products if the chick shilling is a goddess,
'cuz I doesn't know what to do with my money.

life and times of a comic terrorist

A man of ethics, morals and shaving cream:
What society is unable to tell Murdoch and parliament,
Jonnie Marbles said with one shaving cream pie.

Fate called to Johnie Marbles and he answered 'alright, then'.
At the kangaroo inquiry staged by parliament,
full of sycophants, (Louise Mensch, particularly close friend of the Murd's)
Jonnie Marbles pies Rupert Murdoch.
Jonnie: Murdoch is "less Mr Magoo, and more Don Corleone"
Jonnie is a brave man. He risked get a judo chop,
from Wendy, the bodyguard.


Yes, Dr.Nukes, it's halflife is 10 000 years

Scientists are known for their objectivity, but occasionally,
they flip out,
like Dr. Nukes, David Phillips, below.

The doc is upset at the James Bond franchise, particularly,

Dr. No
for turning people against nuclear energy
as it appears dangerous,
which is so totally NOT TRUE! @sarc

let's cut to the videos:

"I'll bet James Bond doesn't have an answer to our energy needs"


Doctor Nukes has forgotten 'Kiss Me Deadly'
that great noir classic, with nukes in a suitcase.

or Repo Man, with nukes in the trunk.

I wonder where those movies got the idea
that nukes were dangerous.

aaaaaAAAAA Fukushima!
Bless you!

IshitUnot: BBC

James Bond villains blamed for nuclear's bad image

12 January 12 01:11
Bond logo

By Sean Coughlan
BBC News education correspondent

The evil villains in James Bond movies are being blamed for casting a long-lasting shadow over the image of nuclear power, says the president of the Royal Society of Chemistry.

Prof David Phillips says that Dr No, with his personal nuclear reactor, helped to create a "remorselessly grim" reputation for atomic energy.

Prof Phillips was speaking ahead of the 50th anniversary of the movie.

The chemistry organisation says it wants a "renaissance" in nuclear power.

Prof Phillips says the popularity of the Dr No movie from 1962 created an enduringly negative image of nuclear power - as something dangerous that could be wielded by megalomaniacs with aspirations to world domination.

Unfair image

The villain of the movie, planning mass destruction from his secret Caribbean hideout, eventually dies in the cooling pool of his nuclear reactor, having been foiled by James Bond, played by Sean Connery.

Against a background of the cold war and a nuclear arms race, the movie showed a world of intelligence agencies, glamorous spies, secretive assassins and underground laboratories.

But the Royal Society of Chemistry, which promotes the work of chemical sciences, says that it also meant that millions of people who saw the film saw nuclear technology being presented as a "barely-controllable force for evil".

Later Bond villains, as part of their cat-stroking, laser-pointing, world-destroying repertoire, also had nuclear ambitions.

When there are worries about nuclear safety - such as following the tsunami in Japan - the Royal Society of Chemistry fears that the public reaction is still shaped by such emotive, negative associations.

As such, Prof Phillips says that when nuclear power is discussed "it is not at all surprising that the public at home and abroad are sceptical".

"But the RSC asserts that nuclear power has to be part of the future national energy mix, in which it plays a major role, complemented by renewable sources. Fossil fuels have to be eradicated for people to live in a healthy environment."

"Let's say yes to nuclear and no to Dr No's nonsense."


This message was not accepted by the Green Party - which argued that Bond movies reflected concerns rather than created them.

"Although James Bond is fiction, the truth is that nuclear power is dangerous, dirty and unsafe," said spokesperson, Penny Kemp.

"It is improbable to think that people's perceptions have been influenced solely by The World is Not Enough, but this film came after the Chernobyl disaster so the film was merely picking up on a real fear people have of nuclear power. And rightly so."

Richard George of Greenpeace said: "A handful of Bond films haven't tarnished the nuclear industry's reputation. They've managed to do that all by themselves.

"I don't think they've got a top secret fake volcanic island though. But if they did, it would probably be cheaper to build than a nuclear power station."

Saturday, 14 January 2012

I recently had a Devil's Advocate moment

What would you do if you thought you'd just met the Devil, in human form?

The question was , if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. Who are they, do you think?

Which group of people and their legal yet immoral work has been causing
the world economy to dive into the abyss, dragging governments with

As my blog entries have shown, I think that group is beyond
Aspbergers in the way they go about their 'work'. They don't seem to care
that the rest of us are suffering job insecurity, a lack of opportunites
to save money and we're facing the disappearance of any and all pensions
we might have paid for.

I had recently figured out that they weren't just operating in a moral void.
They actually see debt as a good thing, because, and it is true, everybody
is in debt. Companies, governments, most people. So, we can't
turn around and say that bankers are creating kryptonite out of nothing.

We're giving them the amunition with which they are killing us, because
we can't resist taking out a loan, or buying stuff on credit which we would
not have otherwise had, if there were no credit cards.
So, each time we borrow money, those bums create more money on their
computer screen and proceed to play with it.

Also, I know why governments in the West,
those two-faced bastards are not just allowing bankers
to break the law, they are actively encouraging it
because the West no longer has a strong enough manufacturing and farming
base with which to run the societies that we have all become accustomed to.
So, if our bankers don't steal from other countries,
to go with the oil that
our governments are stealing,
then we would still be in a sh*tload of trouble,
As it happens, our rich manufacturers sent their production to China,
and started speculating with their huge profits. So, we had
(until recently) great stock markets
and sh*tty employment growth.
But, governments don't have the means to keep things going,
financially or growth-wise.
That's why they're putting all their eggs in the
banking basket.

And giving people debt (to keep buying stuff) was the way that
the governments could lull us to sleep for 30 years while
the rug was being pulled out from under the middle class' feet.
Falling real wages; No pensions; crumbling public systems; selling off the public's
wealth to private interests. we've seen it all.
So, I know why those bastards are doing what they're doing. It doesn't mean that
I give up, but at least it's not 'conspiracy this-and-that'. I never thought conspiracies
were necessary.

However, it's one thing to see this stuff, and understand it, and
be resigned to watching it happen, and another
to be invited
to join in .
by smiling advocates of the devil's video game.
Debt trading .

I met them on a flight.
I bounced all my great learning off them:
Max Keiser and friends, Zerohedge, Steve Keen, Bill Black.
They were impressed, but they taught me more stuff
(I'll show that stuff later)
One of them said I knew enough to be a broker.
He told me how to negotiate and get a job.

the worst thing is,
I'm still thinking about doing it.
not because I want to get rich,
I just want to secure my family's future,
and then I'd like to make a big departure.
Frankly, I'm too busy now, but I wonder
why I'm not busy making wads of money
from punching a few keys, instead
of trying to be an academic, for peanuts.
I also spend too much time on a computer,
but now I feel like a chimp, and a chump.

Epilogue, star date 2012. Ya, governments and banks are stealing from us. You don't need a gun when money is an abstraction on a computer screen.

Farmers try to bareback Corzine on Brokebank Mount

Corzine "yu got any big-screen tv in here?"
"Disgraced" Jersey man tries out a new French chateau, in which to
invest his "winnings"

I hear 38 000 farmers are gonna try to get this mid-level mafioso/
politico from the home of the mid-level mafia, Nu Jersey,
but I think the government has a little surprise for those rubes.
Anyway, I think farmers are forthright, on the right side and I think
they know how to use guns.
Plus they provide the US's daily bread. I foresee a mammoth battle.

more soon