-Lawmakers to Hold Weekend Talks on Averting U.S. Budget Changes
-When to stop paying the college bills…
Evil skank. The father should cut her off. ‘Talented’, more like talentless. Unannounced ‘visits’, horror. Actress=fame whores.
-Debt crisis: Shares in troubled Spanish bank Bankia plunge
-Reagan Refuses Visit with English Crown. Shot, changes mind.
Yet she called him her ‘favorite’ President. Reagan took office thinking he was going to do things he actually espoused, putting in a gold standard, cutting government, ending war alliances. Then ‘bam’ the best friend’s son of one of the American Windsors (G.W. Bush) shoots Ronnie, and he turns the keys of the White House over to Bush Sr, aka G.H. Windsor and off he goes riding with the Queen and becomes a complete lackey of the bloody English foreign policy. The English are a nation of nasty assassins, although they outsource a lot to their kin in the Mossad or the Crowns extended family in the USA /Canada.
-Monti says he will lead centrists in Italian vote
-Visit NYC, Get Shoved off a Platform in Front of a Train by Resident Evils
Mayor Zioberg is out tweeting his head off that NYC is safest big city on Earth. Stay alive, boycott NYC.
-Obama refuses to make new offer, pushes USA off fiscal cliff, markets tank into close..
The Krugman plan is in effect. What a time waster. Congressional salaries should not be payed or Obama or his staff.
4:01 p.m. EST 12/28/12Major Stock Indexes
-Russians Start T-50 production ramp..
-Why no one will invade Switzerland.
-Russian, Cops, No fat Zionist Dykes Wanted!!
-FED Sterilized Balance Sheet For Options Expiration..
The U.S. Federal Reserve’s balance sheet declined over the past week, as the FED sterilized its QE operations for the purpose of manipulating commodity markets, most notably the gold and silver markets. The Fed’s asset holdings in the week ended Dec. 26 decreased to $2.909 trillion, down from $2.922 trillion a week earlier, it said in a weekly report released Thurs.The Fed’s holdings of U.S. Treasury securities edged down to $1.657 trillion on Wednesday from $1.659 trillion a week earlier. The central bank’s holdings of mortgage-backed securities fell to $926.56 billion from $933.39 billion a week ago.Thursday’s report showed total borrowing from the Fed’s discount lending window was $613 million Wednesday, down from $864 million a week earlier.Commercial banks borrowed $26 million Wednesday, down from $34 million a week earlier.U.S. government securities held in custody on behalf of foreign official accounts rose to $3.238 trillion, up from $ 3.234 trillion in the previous week.U.S. Treasurys held in custody on behalf of foreign official accounts increased to $2.891 trillion, up from $2.883 trillion in the previous week.Holdings of agency securities fell to $311.05 billion, down from the prior week’s $315.20 billion.
-Hedge funds lose to Bankster Cartel
We saw one of the most egregious robs by the banking cartel, now with a new key component in the gold rigging ESM-ECB, at the Dec 26 options expiry. As gold was slammed to make sure none of the LBMA-London based gold cartel would lose a farthing or a shekel to the hedge funds that stupidly thought QE4 meant gold would go up.
-Google Hires worlds leading transhumanist and fellow Zionist Jew Kurzwell
-Organist Murdered By Druken Yobs in England on Way to Christmas Eve Service
Go on youtube, English crime is rampant, despite being the richest country in Europe. The English police have a novel way of hiding it, don’t report it and hype crime and violence in impoverished America.
-Oliver Stone Outs Obama as Protofascist Orwellian Dictator
-Become a Muslim that way you get five breaks a day.
Good to see people at least organize for labor rights.
Some times the Dunce, Rothschilds Stooge Max Keiser even gets it right
-The Holy Roman Empire
European disunion done right
-Hypocrisy Of Liberals Who Cling To Their Guns
Gun Control: A different set of gun laws applies to network anchors, but even stranger is a newspaper publishing a map showing not only who has a firearm but also telling predators who doesn’t.
It should have been sufficient for the Gannett-owned Journal News, headquartered in White Plains, N.Y., reporting on increased calls for stricter gun control in the wake of the Sandy Hook massacre in nearby Newtown, Conn., to have noted that about 44,000 people in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties in the Lower Hudson Valley — one of every 23 adults — was licensed to own a handgun.
But using data obtained under a Freedom of Information Act request, the paper went further and printed an interactive map showing the names and addresses of gun permit holders — a pathetic attempt to shame and embarrass them for exercising their Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.
In an editor’s note accompanying the map, it’s pointed out that Journal News reporter Dwight R. Worley hypocritically owns a Smith & Wesson 686.357 Magnum and has had a residence permit in New York City for that weapon. It is not known if his house is one marked on the map, but at least he can post a “Protected by Smith & Wesson” sign.
Hypocrisy among those supporting more gun control is nothing knew — from the liberal elites who live in gated communities to Hollywood and music industry stars who travel with armed entourages. Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein of California is readying legislation to reintroduce the ineffective 1994 ban on assault weapons that expired in 2004 with no impact on the crime rate.
Yet, as radio talk show host Mark Levin points out, Feinstein owns a concealed firearm. “If somebody tries to take me out,” she says, “I’m going to take them with me.” Seems her life matters more than those of her constituents.
The apparent thrust of the Journal News piece and the paper’s position is that guns are dangerous, even though the story’s author owns one, and that readers should know which of their neighbors has a firearm and is a potential loose cannon, no pun intended, that threatens their safety.
But it’s the Journal News that threatens their safety, because all an armed predator has to do is avoid those homes marked on the map and hit the unmarked. Avoid the red dots and break into the other homes in clearly discernible gun-free zones. Perhaps we could publish maps listing the names and addresses of gun control advocates, those with gun permits, and those who do and those who don’t leave home without packing heat.
-Greek Political Crook Du Jour
There are reports in Greece that former finance minister, George Papaconstantinou, is implicated on the ‘Lagarde List’ of suspected tax evaders.Local media are claiming that three names “linked” to Papaconstantinou appear on the new version of the list obtained by the Greek government this month. However, they apparently do not appear on the version that came to light recently after being originally mislaid. Papaconstantinou, who was finance minister when Christine Lagarde handed over the list, has denied the suggestion that he manipulated the list.
-Petition Proposes Gun Free Zone for School President’s Daughters Attend
-Romney, Bush’s Cousin
No wonder they took such a shine to him.
-Prince Charles continues to run UK and globe out in the open. English foreign policy is NWO foreign policy.
-The FBI – Drowning In Counter-Terrorism Money, Power and Other Resources – Will Apply The Term “Terrorism” To Any Group It Dislikes And Wants To Control And Suppress
The Anglo-Zionist Gestapo, and a pink one at that just like the original version!!
-Snow blankets 65 pc of lower 48, more on the way
-Bush Lackey General Schwarzkopf dies
-HP’s Elite Technology Team Moves to GM: Legal Action Begins
-Obama Said to Plan Offer of Scaled-Back Budget Package
-Japan’s industrial output tumbled more than forecast to the lowest level since the aftermath of the record 2011 earthquake, bolstering the case for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to unleash large-scale stimulus.The 1.7 percent drop in November from October exceeded all 27 forecasts in a Bloomberg News survey, a government report showed today in Tokyo. The nation also remained mired in deflation, with consumer prices excluding fresh food dropping 0.1 percent from a year before, compared with a central bank goal of 1 percent and Abe’s desired target of 2 percent.With neighbor South Korea reporting a jump in production almost double the highest estimate among economists surveyed, Japan’s data may strengthen the new Abe administration’s determination to drive down the yen and force the Bank of Japan (8301) to add monetary stimulus. On the fiscal front, Abe has told ministries to compile emergency spending proposals by Jan. 7.“Weakness in exports is the major drag on Japan’s economy,” said Yoshimasa Maruyama, chief economist at Itochu Corp. (8001) in Tokyo. “Given the weak state of the economy, Abe’s government may need a large-scale stimulus program to boost growth.”Maruyama sees 5 trillion yen ($57.8 billion) to 10 trillion yen of initial support measures and says that it’s “almost a done deal” that the BOJ will move to a more aggressive inflation target in January.The Nikkei 225 Stock Average (NKY) headed for its highest close since March 2011 as the yen weakened on the likelihood of more stimulus. The stock benchmark gained 0.8 percent as of 10:13 a.m. in Tokyo. The yen traded at 86.46 per dollar after touching the lowest since August 2010.
-Obama Summons Congress Leaders as Budget Deadline Nears
-Top four Greek banks need €27.5bn by May
-Revealed, Ronald Reagan, Thatchers ‘girly man’ in the States.
-Child Rapist Jimmy Savile, Maggie Thatcher friend and love