Thursday, 31 May 2012

racism is like monkeys throwing their feces around

Half the time, I think that racists are evil, and it's more about
their reaction to their environment. They're knob-headed idiots
who know no better way to let the pressure they feel in society
(due to their stupidity) than to try to put someone beneath them
in the world pecking order.

The rest of the time, life tells the racist that he (& often she)
is on the bottom of the pyramid of life.

Racist still hurts, for a good long time.
And, get this: I'm not even from a visible minority.
But, oddly, I often enough get a taste of what the sting feels like.

I was just walking one day, minding my own business. I hear a few
young German-speaking women coming up behind me. I turn to look,
because I know a bit of the Teutonic tongue, so to speak.
What do I get in return? One, with light brown hair makes
monkey noises at me.
Now, my first impression was that it was racist, but I'd never
heard it before.
Recently, on the radio, there was mention of the racism
in Polish and Ukrainian football stadiums, including monkey chants.

I played the event back in my head and even though it was too late
to get back at them, I felt somebody had to pay. I've since calmed down.
And I realise that they're just losers.

Another time, a couple of years ago, I walked past to German blonds,
and I heard one say to the other "schwartzer, haha" (Black person).
Again, idiots just doing what they do because they can't handle life.
If that's what they do for laughs, then they're pretty sick puppies.

You've guessed that I have dark hair, but it's not the darkest I've seen.
So, I'm left scratching my head. If they "pick on" me, they'll pick
on anybody who isn't like them. It's probably their reaction to
the jealousy they feel because of those they see as better than them.

It's very often blonds who think they're something special. I wrote
a piece a couple of years ago about how brunettes are amazing
because they don't have this superior attitude. Instead, they
have much more personality. So, I'm biased too.

Here's how you get back at blond racist women. Just shout
"Kate Windsor. Dutchess of Cambridge, baby. Eat that, bitch!"

Tuesday, 29 May 2012

financial tsunami- most politicians and economist still out at sea

I will try to laso those that are salvagable and I hope the sharks get the rest

soon

Saturday, 26 May 2012

girl from Ipanema says "piss off, you crony capitalists"

I thought that , when Brazil lost Lulla that it would drift into once
again being no country for poor people. They've now got their own
iron lady in charge and she is speaking clearly about the threat
of international finance.

Brazil checklist
great women. check
great party atmosphere. check
great political ideas. check



IshitUnot: Rio times

THE LADY’S GOT A GOOD HEAD ON HER SHOULDERS
Rousseff Warns of Tsunami of Money: Daily
April 16, 2012 | Filed underDaily Update,Politics | Posted by Stephen Eisenhammer
By Stephen Eisenhammer, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff, used her opening speech at the Sixth Summit of the Americas, to reiterate her criticism of Western monetary policy, which she said was damaging Latin American industry. The summit, which was held last weekend in Cartagena, Colombia, brought together 33 heads of states from across the Americas, including the U.S. President Barack Obama.
Dilma Rousseff reiterated her criticism of European and American monetary policy at the 6th Summit of the Americas
Rousseff called for Latin American nations to defend themselves against the “tsunami of money” that she said was hitting emerging market economies as a result of Eurozone expansionary monetary actions (massive State-backed cash injections) designed to maintain international liquidity in the face of the European sovereign debt crisis.

Friday, 25 May 2012

Modern capitalism IS a religion. discuss

In our first theological conference, I present you with the argument
that modern capitalism is a religion.

I got some reasons.
1 Anybody who complains about crony capitalism
is branded an apostate. You're either with us crooks, or you're
anti-capitalist, because oligarchs and theft are capitalism, right?
2 "Anti-capitalists" are persecuted by the police, while the
holy men of Wall Street get death-by-coke & whores.
3 Religions often have tax-free status. Business have offshore tax havens.

another voice

His holiness: Bratscal blogspot
10 Reasons 21st Century Capitalism is Like a Religion
"It's immaculate deception" - Max Keiser
Religions make stuff up out of thin air. So do Central Bankers.
Religion requires a leap of faith. Capitalism requires a leap of fiat.
Religions have high priests and priestesses.
Capitalism has Alan Greenspan, Ben Bernanke and Ayn Rand.
Religions have songs and hymns. So does capitalism:
"Now, that, I got me some Seagram's gin
Everybody got they cups, but they ain't chipped in
Now this types of shit, happens all the time
You got to get yours, but fool I gotta get mine…
"Rollin down the street, smokin ENDO, sippin on gin and juice
Laid back [with my mind on my money and my money on my mind]”
Religion presupposes free will. Capitalism presupposes free markets.
Religions have dogmas, written a long time ago, by stuffy old men,
that may no longer be relevant. Capitalism has John Maynard Keynes.
"The bankers have become the new clergy" - Max Keiser
Religion had hypocritical mishaps like the Spanish Inquisition.
Capitalism has hypocritical mishaps like the IMF.
Religions forgive sinners. Capitalism forgives bankers.

A slow day at the museum? Pull out your dick

I know that you can't really have a display at any gallery that
doesn't include something of humanity within it. However, when
I think of Science, Technology and sex, all I can conjure is
sex toys, or growth aids. William Banzai 7 found this old ad:

I've already mentioned how there's an S&M museum,
but at least it was up front and honest perversion.
But, a sci/tech museum tried to spice things up with a bit
of the "arts". It was probably a Business grad on staff who
saw this as a way to get notoriety. It worked.

Maybe they wanted to discuss the mechanics of masturbation. Sorry, folks.
That display was closed due to complaints.

IshitUnot: CBC News
Sex exhibit at sci-tech museum causes furor
Age limit raised and animated masturbation video removed after complaints
Posted: May 17, 2012 7:54 AM ET Last Updated: May 17, 2012 12:07 PM ET Read 186 comments186
Sex: A Tell-All Exhibition was originally produced in Quebec for the Montreal Science Centre.
Should a sex exhibit be pulled from Ottawa's science museum? Canada's Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa has raised the age limit for admission to a controversial sex exhibit after dozens of complaints about the content. As well, animated video informing children about masturbation has been removed.
The moves followed complaints about the exhibit called Sex: A Tell-All Exhibition.
"The museum has received a higher-than-expected amount of expressions of concerns from the public," spokesman Yves St-Onge told Reuters.
“We take the feedback of our community seriously, and so we have carefully considered their suggestions, and taken appropriate action that we believe will best serve our audiences."
Heritage Minister James Moore's office said he saw the exhibit this week and also "expressed concerns" to the museum's president.
Moore's spokesman, James Maunder, said the purpose of the Museum of Science and Technology is to foster scientific and technological literacy.
"It is clear this exhibit does not fit within that mandate," Maunder told CBC News. "Its content cannot be defended, and is insulting to taxpayers."
The age of admission has been raised to 16 from 12.
P.O.V.
Should the sex exhibit be cancelled? Take our survey.
The exhibit was originally produced for the Montreal Science Centre.
The Institute for Marriage and Family Canada, which visited the show last week, also complained, saying it believes the "erotic and titillating" exhibit doesn't belong in a museum.
Dave Quist, the institute's director, said the exhibit approves and promotes anal sex, multiple partners and sex without emotional and marital commitment.[A SLOW SUMMER]

Thursday, 24 May 2012

time to roll out Plan B

Plan A was for the government to provide loans to the banks,
at a rate of 0.5%. We were told that this would allow banks
to lend to the REAL economy. Instead banks kept on
in their gambling ways,
because lending to Joe Cornerstore leaves no room for
profits-through-fraud that banks are so accustomed to.

So,this week Christine Lagarde of the IMF said that
if planA fails to pump up the economy
then go for Plan B
Even cheaper money
0%
that would be radical? or just more of the same?
Plan B will end up causing more ill manors amongst society,
like in the video below.
any bankers willing to bet me?




IshitUnot: Telegraph.
by Aldrick.
The BoE should cut interest rates, print more money and
ease the regulatory pressure on banks as part of a
radical set of measures to return Britain to recovery,
the International Monetary Fund has urged.

Punk's not dead. It's into Economics



If punk means anything it means speaking truth to power,
and not tolerating bullsh*t.
That's why David McWilliams of Ireland calls his
youtube posts Punk Economics. The only other place you'll
hear/see these ideas is on like-minded web pages,
like Zerohedge or Max Keiser.

Wednesday, 23 May 2012

crony capitalism's muppets and baren islands

When we know that the crony capitalism of today is
mis-handling the lives of millions of people, it also is
becoming clear that the oligarchs are laughing at us too.

They use plans to "save" and to "bail out" countries that
are designed to keep their fornicating rodeo going.
Well, one of their plans to save Greece,
by selling most every public asset (at 70 to 90% off)
written by Greece's Alpha Bank and the Rothschilds
 is called
DELOS
unfortunately, Delos is also the name of a Greek island,
a baren outpost, next to Mykonos,
that was never inhabited, but used as a trading post
for Greek nations and others. 
It's just ironic because it symbolises "business" but not "life",
that it's baren and uninhabited. Why use that symbol unless
you're having a laugh?


IshitUnot: from News 247 (Goog translated)
The confidential report and "sellout" of public property

News247.gr - 2 hours 58 minutes ago ....
Exposé .... codenamed "Delos II" for the project of selling of public assets
has been released by a candidate member of LA.OS, Costas Kiltidis.
The report has been prepared by Alpha Bank and Rothschild
as advisers are among the public in a series of plans for
privatization of public assets to be divested.

radio show where you'll hear about the feeding frenzy:

Tuesday, 22 May 2012

the curse of the paper cup puppet

from the TIMES of London, Iain Hollingshead

This story was just ready for me to use. I've been
thinking about this very issue for a long time. You see,
I have many students coming into class after a break
with cardboard cups of one of the THREE coffee
franchises on campus.
And they saunter it, holding the cup as if it was a
baby that they wanted to show off. They truly seem
to think in the better-life-through-consuming-cool-products.


To me they just look like idiots, victims with too much
money and not enough sense.

I had a colleague once offer to buy me a coffee, and get
this for crazy. I like espresso, but she produced a credit
card (pre-paid) that meant an espresso became a
double espresso at zero cost. This is nuts, because
a double is just a single with twice as much water.
It costs Starf*^cks nothing, and yet make the customer
feel like they're getting something by pre-paying for
coffee. Nuts!


And, as far as I can tell, these cups are not recyclable.
I enjoy a good cup of coffee, but the paper cup makes
any good coffee taste bad, and the smell of it is rotten.
It makes coffee stink.


Anyway, Iain noticed some important aspects of this scourge:

-our addiction to coffee chains . You like Starchucks, Costa Lotta or what?

-Unsubtle up-selling, dirty tables, locked lavatories

-he related the Onion News story: Starbucks opens in rest room of existing Starbucks

-Polystyrene comfort blanket [they stink even worse]

-Good news. moderate coffee consumption reduces
the risk of heart disease cancer, type 2 diabetes and alzheimer’s.
[I wonder if cardboard cups reverse any of these benefits. I know I'd
have a financial hemorrhage if I paid £2 for a coffee twice a day. I'm
exaggerating, but it just gets me thinking like a smoker. How much
is my stupid habit costing me?]

Monday, 21 May 2012

Scarpe Diem, part 2: Italy ready to explode

Tax Collection Violence in Italy:
Mail Bombs in Rome,
Police Clashes in Naples,
Molotov Cocktails in Livorno
It's only a matter of time before somebody dies.

A few articles ago, I put forth a theory about the
likelihood of revolution in Europe. Two years ago,
the Economist coined
the "shoe-throwing" index,
for countries of the Middle East, as in, the likelihood of them
joining the vaunted "Arab Spring".
Well, the Arab Spring, with its use of technology, 
has encouraged young folk in the West to throw off the chains
of the bankocracy. Well, nobody has studied the countries
that are most likely to kick off.
Many saw the staged "anarchist riots" wherein
paid insurgents battled with police, with the sole purpose
of scaring off genuine protest. They though this meant that
Greece was going over the edge into anarchy. Nothing could be
further from the truth.
This violence in Italy is , however, no joke. The European Union
has risked everything to save the banks, and the Italians
have gone back to their 1970s Red Brigade history books,
and are feeling pretty good about lighting some fuses.
In fact it's my theory that
Spain and Italy will kick it all off
They'll put the boots to their government
the Troika, austerity, and maybe even the Euro.

IshitUnot: Mish Shedlock

http://globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/tax-collection-violence-in-italy-mail.html
Tax Collection Violence in Italy: Mail Bombs in Rome, Police Clashes in Naples, Molotov Cocktails in Livorno


Violent protests against the hated Equitalia, the Italian tax collection agency, are making headlines in several cities in the past few days. In Rome mail bombings have been ongoing since December. Via Google Translate, this time in Italian, please consider a trio of articles.

Equitalia, six months of mail bombs....

If people have no political voice, the artists move in

It's clear that , without internet-based media, we wouldn't know anything
about what our oligarchs are doing with our economy.
Robert Peston, of the BBC, besides being an obfuscating, whiney-voiced
apologist for the banks, has actually been reading. Here, he tells Guardian
readers about his favourite Twitter feeds. This is where he gets all his
inside info, and then proceeds to NOT tell the British public anything
that might upset his masters in the UK government:

Yes, Robert. The Truth on zerohedge, is usually unpleasant, and yes,
you should feel patronised because you think you know it all.
You decide what the UK public learns, and you create their sense
of reality, and you see to belive in the pablum of
"don't worry. the oligarchs really love us"
but obviously ZH is proving you wrong, every single day.


Now, we know everything but are stuck because
we cannot respond effectively,  as a group.
the 99%, in other words
where we see Ruppie Murdoch's papers hacking into
 people's e-mails and voicemails, we think
"gee, somebody should go to jail."
Instead of a court case, we get an Inquiry (cue the morbid piano music).
Everybody swans in and get's patted on the head by Louise Mensch,
especially if they've overseen criminal activity.
Enter the DJ:



When we see what the banksters have done, we think, "they're gonna
blow the whole economy up.
 Shouldn't somebody go to jail?"
Should the de-fuck-toe central bank of the US be the Fed,
whose board of directors is the who's-who of Wall Street bankers.
e.g. God's gift to banking, Lloyd Blankfein.
Instead we get governments changing the laws, ex post fuck-toe.
Enter the Pied Piper "F^%&*k the Fed"

Monday, 14 May 2012

Punk's not dead. Punks dead

It used to be that punk ruled the roost when it came to
defiance against oppressing elites. It usually worked if
you didn't say it to their faces.
Often, it was just another fashion contest.
However, in some countries unaccustomed to punks
edginess, it can all go wrong.
When the Exploited said 'Punks Not Dead', they had
never been to Iraq, where "emo punks" are now dying thanks
to the Western delivery of democracy out the barrel of
a gun.
All's well that punks well?
Not in Iraq.

Here's what punk is supposed to be. short, sharp, shocking:



IshitUnot: Guardian
http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2012/mar/17/punk-rock-state-oppression-burma

Punk rock … alive and kicking in a repressive state near you
Punk rock is ancient history here, but elsewhere disaffected young people are discovering its anarchic energy – despite the enormous risks they face from their oppressive regimes

John Harris
The Guardian, Saturday 17 March 2012
...First, then, to Iraq, and news that will surely warm the heart of anyone who still believes the US and Britain attacked that country to introduce it to the wonders of democracy and tolerance. Last weekend, Reuters reported that at least 14 young people had recently been stoned to death in Baghdad, thanks to "a campaign by Shi-ite militants against youths wearing Western-style 'emo' clothes and haircuts".


For the uninitiated, "emo" is short for "emotional hardcore", and refers to a music and dress-code traceable to a variety of punk invented in Washington DC in the mid-1980s, lately smoothed out and rendered massively lucrative by such teenage favourites as Fall Out Boy, Panic! At the Disco and Paramore. In February, the Iraqi interior ministry said it equated "the 'emo' phenomenon" with satanism, and warned of young people who "wear tight clothes that bear paintings of skulls" and favour "rings in their noses and tongues as well as other weird appearances". The same ministry has since denied that emo had anything to do with the killings, claiming that "no murder case has been recorded with the interior ministry on so called 'emo' grounds. All cases of murder recorded were for revenge, social and common criminal reasons."

One thing is definitely true: figures for emo-related killings are blurring into those for homophobic murders (put at up to 58 in the last six weeks alone), reflecting a widespread perception in Iraq that emo is a byword not just for devil-worship, but homosexuality. A leaflet distributed in east Baghdad gave any local emo fans four days to "leave this filthy work", under pain of "the punishment of God … at the hand of the Mujahideen". At least two lists of intended victims have been posted online, and tattoo parlours in the city have reported terrified young people asking for their punk-esque body-art to be removed.

 ...The first wave of Indonesian punk stretched from 1990 to 1995, and saw the arrival of groups called Submission, Antiseptic and the elegantly named Dickhead. It was sparked by records by such British punk groups as the Sex Pistols and the Exploited, a Scottish band whose take on punk could charitably be construed as somewhat reductive (older readers may remember their debut album, Punks [sic] Not Dead, and their only performance on Top of the Pops in 1981, much discussed in British schoolyards the following day).

Saturday, 12 May 2012

Political economics out of the mouths of babes

Proud to be a Canuck because of the fact that
Stoic people of my country
only ever speak up if they put their ideas across simply
(since we're nice, but dense), and they do so at the right time.
This is just such a case.
I'd heard these ideas about how the private bank mafia try,
every so often,
(i.e. once everybody has forgotten the last crisis the
bankers caused) to trick nations into borrowing from them.
Now, it's  particularly evil because those banks
don't even have money. They create it on a keyboard
and then say:
 "here ya go" to a hapless country,
 causing a good chunk of the budget to go on
 interest-come-easy banker profits.
Well, Canada had a proper Central Bank that
printed "real" money as needed and paid interest
to the CB, and the money went back into the economy.
All fine and dandy.
Well, one day, a mob of banksters came along & tricked them.
Sounds like a fairy tale, innit? Well, it's like
a Grimm tale where folks get eaten by the Vampire Squid.
Listen to this gal. Her points are clear and their argued
in an organised fashion. A kid could learn it, and some
Conservative adults could do with a bit of learning, too.




I'll let JS Kim fill you in on the significance of
this kid's ideas. It's only important if anybody wants
us to get out from under this bankocracy.

IshitUnot:  2 texts
1 zerohedge

Does 12-Year-Old Canadian Victoria Grant Understand More About the Most Important Truth in Life Than You?


Submitted by smartknowledgeu on 05/16/2012 02:44 -0400

I love this girl! If 12-year old Victoria Grant can explain how banks that print our nation's currency and their puppet global banks are the most immoral criminal institutions on our planet responsible for oppression, mass suffering, and misery, shame on anyone else that is too lazy and/or too misanthropic to take the time or effort to watch this six minute video to understand this essential truth that is probably the most important misunderstood truth in the entire world. No humanitarian efforts will ever make a sustainable impact in this world if we first don't tackle the fact that our modern banking system is criminal and must be destroyed, the truth of which 12-year old Victoria already understands. Trying to implement measures to solve poverty, hunger or war without first correcting the great injustice that we call “modern banking” is akin to never letting your children out of the house as the solution to the presence of an insatiable child rapist that lives in your neighborhood. It is absolutely the wrong approach and one that is destined for failure.


I will always have loads more respect for men like Pablo Escobar, "El Chapo" Guzman and “El Señor de los Cielos” Fuentes than any banking executive like Jamie Dimon, Lloyd Blankfein, Ben Bernanke, Mervyn King, Evelyn Rothschild, David Rockefeller, Vikram Pandit et al. For the feeble-minded that will seek to twist these words into an unintended meaning, no, I do not admire or believe that Escobar, Guzman or Fuentes are or were good people. However, I absolutely hold more respect for criminals that are honest enough to be 100% aboveboard about their criminality so that we never mistake or misunderstand their intent versus criminals that deliberately seek to deceive us so that they can utilize our misinformed and ill-gotten trust to enslave us. Even among criminals, a hierarchy of respect exists, as rapists, serial killers, and child molesters are the least respected of criminals within the penitentiary system and the most likely to receive a brutal beating for their sins while incarcerated.



Lords of brutal drug cartels, when they despise someone, will spit in the face of the person they despise or simply tell that person that he or she will be executed. There is never any doubt about their evil intentions. On the flipside of this coin are the lords of our banking system. Despite being misanthropes, lords of our banking system will smile in our faces, perpetually lie to us about how banking really works, and tell us that they want to help us. However, the second we turn our backs, they will stab us six inches deep in the middle of our backs or deliberately create massive inflation that silently and secretly sentences people to death from starvation. As John Maynard Keynes stated, “By a continuing process of inflation, governments can confiscate, secretly and unobserved, an important part of the wealth of their citizens. By this method they not only confiscate, but they confiscate arbitrarily; and, while the process impoverishes many, it actually enriches some. The sight of this arbitrary rearrangement of riches strikes not only at security but [also] at confidence in the equity of the existing distribution of wealth." Keynes went on to explain, “There is no subtler, no surer means of overturning the existing basis of society than to debauch the currency. The process engages all the hidden forces of economic laws on the side of destruction, and does it in a manner which not one in a million is able to diagnose.” For those that have internalized banker-cartel propaganda and still fail to grasp the unquestionable and indisputable immorality of our current banking system, simply put, bankers are the equivalent of modern day slave owners and we are the slaves. We will never have freedom, but only the illusion of freedom sold to us by politicians and bankers, as long as our current fractional reserve banking system persists. This is an indisputable fact that even Central Bankers have admitted from time to time. Remember that the notorious Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan once stated, “gold and economic freedom are inseparable.”
In conclusion, some may say that the title of this article is slightly misleading because the most important truth in life is love. For those that believe this to be the most important truth, remember that multiplying actions of love and generosity in this world is an exponentially more difficult proposition under our current immoral banking system than under a sound honest one. And for those that don’t believe that we can disable our current banking system, remember that there are nearly 7 billion of us that would benefit enormously from the destruction of our current banking system while there are only a few thousand in the entire world that reap tremendous ill-gotten gains from this morally reprehensible system. Our power is in numbers and it is a power that those of us on the right side of this fence have yet to fully utilize.....

2 Mish Shedlock [even Mish believes this and he hates government]



Note to Ambrose Evans-Pritchard at The Telegraph: You Have Excellent Insight as to What is Happening and Why, But Please Get a Grip on Reality as to Solutions ...

This nonsense can of course be stopped in ten minutes if the EU:

1) announces that it will equip itself with a real central bank (a lender of last resort) that takes all risk of sovereign default off the table — with conviction and overwhelming force, with no ifs and buts, and no ambushes from the Bundesbank.


File under: Just f^&*k off, alright?

In the Evening STANDARD of 19 APRIL,2012, Madonna, 
the eggregiously rich lady was reminiscing about her days living in London,
under the guise of being married to a director, named Ritchie.
When she was asked “WHAT DO i MISS LEAST?"
she exclaimed: "THE CONGESTION charge”
This charge is for any car (with some exceptions, like electric cars)
going into London. It's £8 a day. It's designed to get people to think
about now polluting the city, and taking public transport.
Except that "what's 8 quid to a rich bitch?"
It won't stop her driving, but she will still complain, just because.
She didn't have to go through a toll. It was all charged automatically,
if you had some money in your bank account.
And, it's not as if they told her to fold herself into a Smart or
an electric milk float. She was swanning in, in some Merc or limo,
that would qualify as 2 cars, to most of us.
It's really awful to force an old lady, who falls down and can't get up,
and flashes her crotch to anyone who's stupid enough to look,
to take the bus, in London town.
Let's cut to the video evidence:


So, just f%&k off back to wherever.

IshitUnot:
Madonna's net worth-
over 500 million dollars.

Boris, Mayor of Donut City, again

I don't mean to be pedantic, but when Boris Johnson is called the
mayor of London
I just want to clarify that
this does not include the Square Mile,
otherwise known as the financial quarter,
an lawless, offshore destination,
right smack inside the EU.
The Real City of London has a Lord Mayor,
thank you very much.

here's a map detailing all that is included in the Square Mile. Notice the banks:

don't Menschun it, please

It's not bad enough that Louise Mensch is getting
a stinking reputation as a lackey for the Murdochs,
but she has to go and prove herself to be
bereft of morals, when the topic isn't even her beloved rich friends.
See how the Louise slays the Leveson, in defense of the
Ruppie Monster:

See how Twitter brings out our true selves.
140 characters are more than enough for LM to represent her morals:

favourite twitter feeds (Guardian):


Piers Morgan?
Chutzpah (translation to normal English)
= will stomp on anyone's rights
& lie like a rug
When he was editor of the Daily Mirror, he did much
the same as the Murdochs, hacking voice mail and the like. He's
a known slime-ball, even by those who don't want to know him.
Nice choice, Weezy.

IshitUnot:  Press Association
..Morgan gave Paxman 'hacking lesson'  [I think LM was there]

Press Association – 2 hours 50 minutes ago....
Jeremy Paxman has claimed that Piers Morgan, pictured, showed him how to access other people's voicemail messages
....Former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan once told Jeremy Paxman how to access voicemail messages, the Leveson Inquiry has heard.

Newsnight anchorman Mr Paxman said he attended a lunch at Mirror headquarters in Canary Wharf in September 2002 where Mr Morgan teased Ulrika Jonsson about her relationship with former England football manager Sven-Goran Eriksson, saying he knew about a conversation they had.

Mr Paxman said Mr Morgan explained to him how to access people's phone messages after teasing the Swedish television presenter about the conversation.

Mr Paxman told the inquiry: "He turned to me and said 'Have you got a mobile phone?'

"I said yes and he asked if there was a security setting on the message bit of it. I didn't know what he was talking about.

"He then explained the way to get access to people's messages was to go to the factory default setting and press either 0000 or 1234 and that if you didn't put on your own code, his words, 'You're a fool'."

Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Flotsam & Harleysam

In these days when the world's biggest most mobile garbage pile
is also known as the Pacific Ocean, it's not surprising that
it is coffing (coughing) up riches, because it sure can't
sustain the fishing industry, and the fish are all polluted
by plastic, Fukushima Juice and you-name-it, anyway.

But, motorbikes?
motorbikes with Japanese plates?

Actually, some places are really sustained by what the ocean
chucks up. There's a British island that gets containers regularly.
Other places have tempted boats to crash on their shores in order
to get their booty. I heard about it on CBC or BBC, strangely,
a shipment of Japanese motorbikes [I'll try to get this].
There was a story like that in a movie based in Newfoundland,
with Kevin Spacey, the Shipping News.

IshitUnot: CBC
Motorcycle washed up in B.C. may be Japanese tsunami debris
An estimated 1.5 million tonnes of flotsam believed to be headed to Canada
A beachcomber on British Columbia's Haida Gwaii islands has discovered what may be the first piece of debris from the Japanese tsunami to arrive in Canada.

Peter Mark was riding his ATV, exploring an isolated beach on Graham Island on April 18, when he made a spectacular find.

"You just never know what you're going to stumble upon when you go for a drive, and lo and behold you just come across something that's out of this world," he said.

Mark found a large white cube, like the back part of a moving truck, just below the high tide mark.


"The door was ripped off it and I could see a motorcycle tire sticking out," he said. "So I went closer and looked inside and saw a Harley-Davidson motorcycle."

The bike was rusty, particularly on the wheels and handlebars, but the logo on the fuel tank was unmistakable.

"First I thought, this has got to be the craziest thing anyone has ever found," he said.

"Then I looked a little closer and the licence had Japanese writing on it. The wall of the trailer had Japanese print on the tags. And the first thing that popped into my head was this is likely from the Tsunami in Japan."

The licence plate shows the motorcycle found on the shores of British Columbia was registered in Japan's Miyagi Prefecture. (Peter Mark/CBC)The motorcycle's licence plate shows it was registered in Miyagi Prefecture, and writing on the container matches photos of a commonly used Japanese moving van.

Rock me, Rockafella

An icon of the scion of the great robber baron family
of the early 20th century blesses the work of Frau Merkel.



[thelocal.de]
the symoblism is everything, while the article is just Muppet Merkel
mouthing platitudes.
Suit yourself:
http://www.thelocal.de/money/20120425-42175.html

More on Rockefeller's plans: Letter to zerohedge


“The drive of the Rockefellers and their allies is to create a one-world government combining supercapitalism and Communism under the same tent, all under their control…. Do I mean conspiracy? Yes I do. I am convinced there is such a plot, international in scope, generations old in planning, and incredibly evil in intent.

- Congressman Larry P. McDonald, 1976, killed in the Korean Airlines 747 that was shot down by the Soviets