- (CN) CHINA OCT MANUFACTURING PMI: 51.4 V 51.2E (18-month high)
-USA CFTC complains so ‘cash short’ cant prosecute London Whale Criminals
-China moves Navy Ships into USA waters off Hawaii in Retaliation for Intrusions in South China Sea by USN
-Putin Gets Tough with NATO/EU over EU Ukrainian Land Grab
-RBS unveils plan for $60 bln ‘bad bank”
-Avg USA family pays near $500 year for NSA to spy on them and terrorize the general population of the globe.
-USA Troops murdering themselves at rate of 1 a day in Afghanistan as Guarding Prince Charles Opium gets stale along with their daily Zoloft
-BBC Royal family reporter Admits Kate Middletons Family are Sephardic
-(US) Oct ISM Manufacturing: 56.4 v 55.0e; ISM Prices Paid: 55.5 v 55.0e
The USA returns to standard time this weekend.
A Nasdaq options-market breakdown stretched into a second hour Friday, the latest in a series of technical problems at the exchange operator. I doubt they will be able to blame ‘operator’ error like last time. There is a dearth of reporting by Nasdaq on the outage.
FED Heads Kercherlakota and Lacker are speaking as the summary goes to print. We had Dudley and Plosser emerge in the AM to give coverage to the gold short cabal; commodities were broadly hit as the dollar was ramped by the banksters on the ECB nonsense.
After the premarket futures jam job and the Strong ISM release equity markets are drifting down from their highs and are near even.
The October ISM manufacturing survey rose slightly from September’s 56.2 reading, with growth seen in all components except employment, which decelerated from September. The final October Markit PMI manufacturing report was substantially weaker, with the headline reading falling to its lowest level since last October, providing a glaring contrast with the ISM number.
The weak euro trend continued overnight and into the US session as market participants continued to reassess their ECB expectations in the light of soft data. Numerous banks, including RBS, UBS and BoA, are now forecasting the ECB will cut its main refi rate by 25bps next week. Others, including BNP, JPM and Scotia bank, moved up rate cut expectations to December. The consensus view is that the deposit rate will be held steady and not dropped into negative territory.
On the subject of the banksters. Barclays and RBS put a slew of traders on leave amid an escalating probe into potential manipulation of foreign-exchange markets.Citigroup also confirmed it is under investigation in the case.J.P. Morgan disclosed that a probe into its Asian hiring practices is expanding as it tangles with a mounting pile of legal problems. Meanwhile the CFTC claimed it did not have the fund to prosecute 2 of the London Whale traders. Congress is notorious for not rebating trading fees to the CFTC and SEC for enforcement but instead stealing them for pork projects. Congress is evil in the USA, there sub 10 % polls prove it.
Front-month WTI crude declined by nearly $2 from 06:00ET onward this morning, accelerating four days of losses, putting the contract at lows not seen since July. The huge build in inventories seen in Wednesday’s DoE data, continuing dollar strength, changes in expectations ahead of the ECB decision next week plus comments out of US oil majors with earnings regarding continuing low refinery utilization are not helping prices. With Obama’s polls hitting new lows, so our the gasoline prices.
Chevron whiffed on the top and bottom line in its third quarter, missing expectations on weaker y/y upstream and downstream earnings, as was seen with COP and XOM yesterday. Chevron’s downstream earnings were significantly lower. Note that Chevron’s upstream production levels were a little higher y/y. Shares of CVX lost more than 2%, while COP and XOM dipped lower as well.
US automakers Ford, General Motors and Chrysler all saw double-digit y/y gains in October auto sales, marking a sharp reversal from September’s very weak results. Ford’s sales were a little shy of consensus expectations. A Ford sales executive said the government shutdown slowed sales earlier in the month of October, but said the company is not expecting a lasting impact. Both Toyota and Nissan missed expectations on less impressive growth. Shares of Ford are in the red as of writing, while GM rose 3% before losing some ground.
Auto components manufacturer American Axle is down 3% this morning. The firm widely missed top- and bottom-line expectations, however both its profits and revenue were both up by double-digits on a y/y basis and the firm’s profit margins were much stronger. Axle also reaffirmed its FY view. Auto parts name Accuride is among the biggest decliners with shares down 20% after the firm surprised investors with a huge loss.
First Solar is up 17% after totally destroying consensus estimates for both revenue and EPS. The firm also substantially hiked its FY EPS and margins outlook, while slightly trimming its revenue guidance. The company cited first revenues from its Desert Sunlight project and higher sales volume to third-party module-only customers. Other solar names are benefitting with CSIQ is up 8% on this news and a big 100MW contract win in China. The disgraced Chinacoms are now seeking to list their stocks again on the USA exchanges after Muddy Waters took so many down. You wonder if they paid him off. It is a disgrace to allow such stock market criminality to be trade on USA markets and purchased by USA funds.
After a couple quarters of very strong earnings, AIG stumbled in Q3. Both consumer and commercial insurance underwriting businesses saw net premiums decline slightly, and the firm’s top-line revenue missed the consensus view. At least one analyst cut the name to a buy as of this report.
APPL was off .5 % as its new ipads hit the stores. HPQ surged 4% while Groupon surged 7%+.Groupon unveiled a revamped website in a bid to transition from being mainly an online daily deals site to an online market place. The company also introduced updated versions of its smartphone apps. Chip stocks were trending in the red.
Anointed illuminati stock FB tried to squeeze the shorts at 52, whereby I shorted more, it is down and struggling near 50 where I booked a bit of profit. I will continue to play with this stock through their next earning report on the short side. The bloom is off the rose. They are not ‘hip’ anymore. More spy scandals are likely to hurt this ‘total information awareness’ Trojan Horse. Friends don’t let friends use FB, GOOG, YHOO, MSFT/BING.
In the war on the American people by Prince Charles relatives, Officemax and Office Depot putting out of business most of the small stationary and office supplies stories are now being allowed to merge by the USA govt. This is the fake ‘free’ market model that is little more than Royal crony capitalism and collusion.
The TSA under increasingly negative press, ‘coincidently’ had an officer shot at LAX. Likely another false flag and/or patsy MK ultra job.
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|Stoxx Europe 600||321.19||-1.18||-0.37%|
|UK: FTSE 100||6727.77||-3.66||-0.05%|
|E-mini S&P 500||1749.00||-2.00||-0.11%|
|U.S. 10 Year||-16/32||2.618|
|German 10 Year||-6/32||1.697|
|Japan 10 Year||0/32||0.597|
(RU) Russia Oct Reserve Fund: $87.2B v $86.4B prior; Wellbeing Fund: $88.7B v $88.0B prior
(RO) Romania Oct International Reserves: $37.8B v 36.4B prior
(IE) Ireland Oct Consumer Confidence Index: 76.2 v 73.1 prio
-USA Economic Releases
(US) Oct ISM Manufacturing: 56.4 v 55.0e; ISM Prices Paid: 55.5 v 55.0e
(US) Oct Final Markit PMI Manufacturing: 51.8 v 51.1e
(BR) Brazil Sept Industrial Production M/M: 0.7% v 1.3%e; Y/Y: 2.0% v 3.0%e
(BR) Brazil Oct PMI Manufacturing: 50.2 v 49.9 prior
-USA ISM is expected to fall to 55% in October from 56.2% in September. Release at 10 EST
-Futures Ramp job ahead of opening
-The Federal Reserve may have to accept the market’s view that any tapering of its bond buying is closely tied to the expectations of the first rate hike, said James Bullard, the president of the St. Louis FED, on Friday. Bullard said some FED policy makers were surprised when financial markets moved so sharply this summer after the first suggestion of a taper. Fed officials had long argued that the two policies were separate and the central bank could reduce the pace of asset purchases without any change to forward guidance on when the first rate hike might come. Bullard said the FED needs either to convince markets that the two policy tools are distinct or “learn to live with the joint effects of tapering on both the pace of asset purchases and the perception of future policy rates,” he said in a speech to a business group in St. Louis. Bullard did not comment much on the FED’s decision earlier this week to hold monetary policy steady. He said the FED wants reassurance that progress made in labor markets “will stick.”
-A long way back. Apparently readers , that would be you goyim, are not supposed to know both Kate Middletons Parents are Jewish. Amazing the real time harassment that goes on.
-Mexican Excellence in Mining Engineering Showcased on San Diego Border
-Federal employees at the Department of Homeland Security call it the “candy bowl,” a pot of overtime money they have long dipped into to pad their pay even if they haven’t earned it, whistleblowers say.This practice, which can add up to 25 percent to a paycheck, has become so routine over the last generation that it’s often held out as a perk when government managers try to recruit new employees, according to these accounts. Washington Post
Thieves as well as Brownshirts
-Obama Water Carriers at Politico Blame Republicans for Obamacare’s Spectacular failure
Signs of desperation. I despise this evil rag even more than the Washington Post.
-Chrysler Bloated Inventory, Deals and Financing Move it
Chrysler Group LLC on Friday said it sold 140,083 units in the U.S. in October, a 11% rise from the same month last year and the best October sales since 2007. Chrysler, which is majority owned by Italy’s Fiat S.p.A. said six models set sales records in October, including Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Patriot, Dodge Journey, Dodge Dart, Dodge Challenger, and the Ram Cargo Van. The automaker said it finished the month with an 86-day supply of inventory. Broadly, economists polled by MarketWatch expect an average of 15.4 million in total annual auto sales over the past 12 months ending in October, compared with the 15.2 million annual pace seen in September. Shares of Fiat were down 2.6% Friday.
-FED Gold Jawboner Plosser Helping Bullion Banksters out
FED head Charles Plosser said Friday he was growing more worried about the eventual exit from the Fed’s bond-buying program and suggested the central bank put a limit on how large its balance sheet should grow as a way of ending the program. “I think many people, myself included, are beginning to worry about the consequences of how we unwind,” Plosser said (He will be a voting member of the Feds’ policy committee next year ).Plosser said the FED was frustrated that the economy has not improved and suggested one reason could be that quantitative easing was not working. He said the Fed missed an opportunity to reduce the pace of the purchases in September. Plosser has never been a supporter of the third round of asset purchases. In the interview, Plosser said the govt shut down will only have a small and temporary impact on the economy. He forecast that the economy will pick up to around a 2.5%-3% rate next year and the unemployment rate will continue to trend lower.
-Vladimir Kats, the co-founder of Liberty Reserve, pled guilty Thursday to money laundering and related charges in a federal court in New York. The digital currency operation, based in Costa Rica, helped launder more than $6 billion in criminal proceeds from credit card fraud, identity theft, child pornography, and narcotics trafficking, and other activities, according to prosecutors. It’s been credited with boosting use of bitcoins. Kats, 41, faces a minimum sentence of 15 years for receiving child pornography, as well as up to 20 years for conspiring to commit money laundering and up to 5 years each for three related charges, according to a Dept. of Justice press release.
All Saints Day is celebrated across most of Europe. Market participation is thin on the Continent. European equity markets are near flat on the day.
UBS now expects the ECB to cut rates on Nov. 7, changing its call as a result of Thursday’s inflation figures. It had previously expected the bank to keep its policy rates on hold until the end of 2015, in expectation of a moderate recovery in the euro-zone economy. UBS expects the ECB to reduce the refinancing rate by a quarter of a percentage point to 0.25% and the marginal lending facility half a point to 0.5%. The Euro weakened overnight.
The Germans furthered their arguments against their abusive trade practices and no minimum wage in the Press. People are not stupid about how the German economy runs. It was a worthless argument to start by the UST, and defocused off of the massive jobs outsourcing from the USA and now to a lesser extent Europe to China and other currency rigging nations in Asia.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said that new EU rules currently being discussed, which would allow the European Commission to pressure member states to implement reforms through ‘contracts’, would “respect the sovereignty” of the individual states, and not be “binding.” (a major distortion of the true intent to force compliance with the EU).
The Swedish Parliament Magazine, Riksdag & Departement, has reviewed 1,300 legal proposals from the Swedish government, finding that the number of proposals originating from EU institutions increased by 15% between 2005 and 2012. In 2012, 43% of all legislation originated from the EU.
The Times reports that the House of Commons Home Affairs Select Committee has noted that Government plans to opt back in to EU crime and policing measures following a ‘block opt-out’ involves ceding power to the European Court of Justice, which “may result in a net flow of powers” to the EU. However, the Committee said it “believes that the Government has succeeded in sending a message to the EU that has changed, for better or for worse, the perception of the UK’s future engagement in European police and criminal justice policy.” The Committee recommends separate votes on opting into the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) to the rest of the opt-in package. The Committee said it backed the Government’s proposal for reform of the EAW but that they did not go far enough
A YouGov poll of UK business leaders for campaign group Business for Britain has found that 46% of business leaders believe the cost of complying with EU’s single market outweighs the benefit of being in the EU, compared with 37% who disagree. A total of 56% feel that “meaningful change” of the UK’s relationship with Brussels requires treaty change and a relationship based simply on trade, against 23% who don’t. Achieving “meaningful change” to the relationship results in an average 16% swing towards voting to remain in the EU. The business leaders polled support holding a referendum on the EU by 66% to 26%.
The Telegraph reports on analysts’ warnings that the eurozone faces a risk of deflation as October’s eurozone (CPI) inflation fell from 1.1% to 0.7%.
Thousands of protesters took to the streets in Athens yesterday against the Greek government’s plans to replace an emergency property tax included on electricity bills with a permanent levy. Meanwhile, contrary to previous reports, inspectors from the EU/IMF/ECB Troika will return to Athens early next week to resume talks with the Greek government, as originally planned.
Within the European Union, Poland has been increasingly active in trying to block more aggressive regulations to curb climate change, in contrast to Germany, for example, which has bet its energy future on clean, renewable technologies like wind and solar.Poland has also sought to beat back proposals against hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, a means of unearthing natural gas that much of the European Union — with the notable exception of Britain — warily regards as an environmental hazard.At home, Polish officials have shown little inclination to end their reliance for energy upon coal, saying their country cannot afford to convert to alternative sources of energy quickly despite strident EU and London demands. To prove a point, the coal industry has scheduled its own climate summit meeting in Warsaw this month, running concurrently with the United Nations conference.
Reuters reports that the EU is discussing the provision of standby financing for the Ukraine if it is put under economic pressure from Russia after signing a free trade and association agreement with the EU in November. The EU plans to use American money through the IMF to provide the support, proving once again it is just a European Slush fund of the Rothschilds and their Royal kin in Europe. Support will be conditional on the Ukraine meeting certain conditions – including the release of former PM Yulia Tymoshenko from prison, surely confirming she was always just a Rothschilds stooge.
(RU) Russia Oct Manufacturing PMI: 51.8 v 50.0e; first growth in four months
(RU) Russia Narrow Money Supply w/e Oct 28th (RUB): 7.85T v 7.92T prior
(IE) Ireland Oct Investec Manufacturing PMI: 54.9 v 52.7 prior; 5th straight month of growth
(SE) Sweden Oct PMI Manufacturing: 52.0 v 54.5e
(NO) Norway Oct Manufacturing PMI: 53.6 v 52.4e
(CZ) Czech Republic Oct Manufacturing PMI: 54.5 v 53.4 prior
(CH) Swiss Oct PMI Manufacturing: 54.2 v 55.2e
(GR) Greece Oct Manufacturing PMI: 47.3 v 47.5 prior; 49th straight month in contraction territory and first back-to-back decline since early 2012
(NO) Norway Oct Unemployment Rate: 2.5% v 2.5%e
(NO) Norway Sept Credit Growth Indicator Y/Y: 6.2% v 6.0%e
(DK) Denmark Oct PMI Survey: 54.1 v 55.0 prior
(TR) Turkey Oct Manufacturing PMI: 53.3 v 54.0 prior
(UK) Oct PMI Manufacturing: 56.0 v 56.4e
(UK) Retailer John Lewis reports weekly LFL sales for week ending Oct 25th (y/y): +6.9% v +8.4% prior
RBS declined after reporting Q3 results and confirming the creation of internal bad bank. Renault declined in sympathy with Nissan in trading. Vodaphone was up on London Rumors of MA.
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|France: CAC 40||4288.46||-11.43||-0.27%|
|Stoxx Europe 600||322.05||-0.32||-0.10%|
(EU) ECB €431M borrowed in overnight loan facility vs. €45.0M prior; €54.1B parked in deposit facility vs. €45.1B prior
|German 10 Year||-5/32||1.693|
|France 10 Year||-1/32||2.163|
|Italy 10 Year||2/32||4.122|
|Spain 10 Year||8/32||4.011|
|U.K. 10 Year||-3/32||2.469|
|U.S. 10 Year||-8/32||2.588|
(IR)Iran Foreign Min Zarif reiterated his view that country was committed to non-proliferation . And would do anything to remove the view that the country was pursuing nuclear weapons.
(JP) Oct Vehicle Sales Y/Y: 17.3%t v 12.4% prior; 2nd straight monthly rise
(IN) India Oct HSBC/Markit Manufacturing PMI: 49.6 v 49.6 prior; third straight contraction
(AU) Australia Oct Commodity Index AUD: 88.1 v 90.2 prior; Commodity Index Y/Y: -1.0% v -3.1%
- (CN) Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE) Weekly Copper Stockpiles: 178.3K v 172.1K tons prior
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|S&P BSE Sensex||21196.81||32.29||0.15%|
-Brits/BBC finally admit Kate Middleton is Very Jewish
USA markets tanked in the last 15 minutes after a futures push coming off the Chicago PMI failed. There was the most extraordinary HFT manipulation of the FB shares as they were propped above fifty. Fluor and AIG miss on the top line, shares down over 3% in extended session; FSLR up were up sharply after hours , beating estimates and upgrading guidance as a result of initial revenue recognition of Desert Sunlight project.
Asia is trading mixed although with a positive bias, as Japan and China markets diverged overnight.
Twin Manufacturing PMIs from China – official and final HSBC – both top estimates to hit multi-month highs. HSBC chief economist points to stronger momentum of manufacturing growth translating into the first expansion of employment since March. Moreover, Oct marked the strongest expansion of new business from abroad in nearly a year, and the stocks of finished goods increased for the first time in four months. The Shanghai composite is up .33 %.
In an unprecedented move of aggression, China moved naval ship(s) into USA waters off of Hawaii.
In the Japan the Yen struggled to stay cheap against the dollar, and Japanese markets came off .88 %. Nissan weighed heavily on the Japanese markets as they cut their FY forecast EPS 15 % citing European and emerging market weakness. Panasonic raised its profit outlook for the current fiscal year, providing further evidence that, by and large, earnings at Japan’s big electronics makers are on the mend.The combined operating profit of Japan’s eight leading electronic mfgs is expected to climb to around 70% of a high reached in fiscal 2007.Japan Finance Minister targets a ¥4T cut in primary balance; Says Japan will monitor the impact of US monetary policy a day after US Treasury announced plans to track Japan in a tit for tat.
India equity markets hit all time highs shortly after opening on Friday. India’s equity rally is being driven by ‘hot money ‘ returning on the delayed taper, the dirt cheap rupee, a good late monsoon and good current harvest, EPS growth and stable expected election outcome and an improved trade deficit.
(CN) CHINA OCT FINAL HSBC/MARKIT MANUFACTURING PMI: 50.9 V 50.7E (7-month high)
(CN) CHINA OCT MANUFACTURING PMI: 51.4 V 51.2E (18-month high)
(AU) AUSTRALIA Q3 PPI Q/Q: 1.3% V 0.1% PRIOR (3-year high); Y/Y: 1.9% V 1.2% PRIOR
(AU) AUSTRALIA OCT RPDATA/RISMARK HOUSE PRICE: 1.3% V 1.6% PRIOR
(AU) AUSTRALIA OCT AIG PERFORMANCE OF MANUFACTURING INDEX (PMI): 53.2 V 51.7 PRIOR (2nd straight month above 50; highest level since Jul 2010)
(ID) INDONESIA OCT HSBC/MARKIT MANUFACTURING PMI: 50.9 V 50.2 PRIOR
(ID) INDONESIA OCT CPI M/M: +0.1% V -0.3% PRIOR; Y/Y: 8.3% V 8.4% PRIOR; CORE CPI Y/Y: 4.7% V 4.7% PRIOR
(ID) INDONESIA SEPT TRADE BALANCE: -$660M V +$132M PRIOR
(VN) VIETNAM OCT HSBC/MARKIT MANUFACTURING PMI: 51.5 V 51.5 PRIOR
(TW) TAIWAN OCT HSBC/MARKIT MANUFACTURING PMI: 53.0 V 52.0 PRIOR
(KR) SOUTH KOREA OCT HSBC/MARKIT MANUFACTURING PMI: 50.2 V 49.7 PRIOR (5-month high)
(KR) SOUTH KOREA OCT TRADE BALANCE: $4.9B V $4.3BE
(KR) SOUTH KOREA OCT CPI M/M: -0.3% V +0.1%E; Y/Y: 0.7% V 1.0%E (14-year low); CPI CORE Y/Y: 1.6% V 1.6% PRIOR
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|S&P BSE Sensex||21196.57||32.05||0.15%|
|UK: FTSE 100||6731.43||-46.27||-0.68%|
|Australia 10 Year||-11/32||4.080|
|China 10 Year||0/32||4.220|
|India 10 Year||-7/32||8.644|
|Japan 10 Year||0/32||0.598|
|German 10 Year||1/32||1.675|
|U.S. 10 Year||0/32||2.557|
(US) Weekly Fed Balance Sheet Assets Week ending Oct 30th: $3.800T (record high) v $3.795T prior; M1 y/y change: 9.0% v 9.0% w/w; M2 y/y change: 6.6% v 6.6% w/w
(UK)Royal Bank of Scotland , RBS) is expected to confirm on Friday that it will create a “bad bank” with more than GBP30 billion of assets following a review of its operations ordered by the U.K. Treasury,
(US) A federal appeals court Thursday blocked a ruling curtailing the New York Police Department’s “stop-and-frisk” program, an order that could rattle the New York City political landscape and reverberate in law-enforcement agencies nationwide.The Second U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, in a 3-0 order, halted a U.S. District Court ruling that ordered a monitor to oversee the stop-and-frisk policy and alter a related training program. The city had appealed the ruling and asked the circuit court to stay any immediate effects of the lower-court ruling pending the appeal. WSJ
(UK)Credit Suisse said a London trader within its investment bank racked up nearly $6 million in losses that haven’t previously been made public. The trader was sacked.
(US) -The CFTC is so cash-starved that it is being forced to delay cases, shelve certain probes and decided not to file charges against two men in the “London whale” trading mess, a top official said. WSJ
ELLI: Reports Q3 $0.25 v $0.29e, R$33M v $34.3Me; -17.4% afterhours
ABX: Plans To Reduce Debt; Launches a $3.0B Public Equity Offering (15% of market cap); -5.4% afterhours
FLR: Reports Q3 $1.05 v $1.03e, R$6.68B v $7.27Be; -3.3% afterhours
AIG: Reports Q3 $0.96 adjusted v $0.93e, R$8.43B v $10.1Be; -3.2% afterhours
NEM: Reports Q3 $0.46 v $0.32e, R$1.98B v $1.98Be; +0.3% afterhours
RSG: Authorizes additional $650M for Stock Repurchases (about 5% of market cap); +2.3% afterhours
FSLR: Reports Q3 $2.28 v $0.92e, R$1.27B v $961Me; +7.3% afterhours
TRMB: Reports Q3 $0.39 v $0.36e, R$556.5M v $558Me; +7.4% afterhours
GDOT: Reports Q3 $0.24 v $0.22e, R$139.1M v $136Me; Green Dot and Walmart Expand Walmart MoneyCard Portfolio with a Suite of Prepaid Debit Cards; +14.6% afterhours
*F35, the 1 tln dollar Pig of Pigs
Boy you thought the F22 was a dog that crashed all the time. Wait until they MP this F35 and try and fly it. Concurrent design just means you bring the mfg and test people and end users in early to review the designs at various states, through CDR and prototype. It does not mean you start MP and testing before CDR and prototypes are finished and completely validated. This program needs to be halted now, officers busted in rank , the profiteers and scoundrels sued and, or sent to jail. Waste, fraud and Abuse, the way of the Pentagram. What a bunch of satanic whack jobs in the USA military. The Russians have to be ROFL along with the Chinese. Pigs only fly in the Pentagon on Halloween on their broomsticks in their own minds while high on drugs. What a complete disgrace the USA military is. This program will be the biggest failure in the history of the USA military and perhaps will be the end of these war mongering freaks and their wars for London. This is great news for Americans. No planes, no can go to war.
*Must be some Good Germans still- As they Cringe at English/Druid Holiday of Halloween
Still they are only repelled by the Cost, not the satanic nature.
*Evil Aussies using Embassies to spy on Asians using NSA/Technology
As the great Bobby Fisher said, if you want to find the nearest USA spying organization, walk over to the closest USA embassy. He said if you want to find the nearest Mossad Branch walk over to the nearest Jewish temple and ask to speak to the Rabbi. Australia, so so, wicked. People are tired of the ‘six eyes’ as Prince Charles calls his domain of England, Israel, Canada, USA, New Zealand, and Oz. I’m tired of Anglo-Zionism myself.
*Genes that determine Susceptibility to Crohns disease found
*‘Palestinian negotiating team announces resignation’
Letter from Erekat and Ishtayeh says move due to Israeli intention to demolish 20 homes in east Jerusalem. Israel Times.
*VD Ridden Lady Gaga going insane?
Another crazy AntiChrist Jew. Reaping her satanic deserts. Foreshadowing her eternal destiny. Sad she’s taking so many to hell with her. And Jews wonder why Gentiles are averse to them. This is not normal my Jewish friends. It is satanic and perverse. Put a sack on her, for the sake of the Children. We Christians will pray for her sick and sordid tortured Jewish soul.
*Russians Capture Stupid British and American ‘joint’ Spy Team
I despise this filthy rag of Prince Charles, the Daily Mail. Every night it is like descending into hell to read it. The USA military works for Prince Charles and Baron Rothschilds. These people are the greatest traitors in the history of the world. Stupid, evil and lousy pilots. As one General in Afghanistan said the Brits were there to spy and make sure they did their job for them. My Uncles said the Brits main job in WW2 was to shoot any Americans in the back who retreated while they brought up the rear. Another American General said cowardice was instutionalized in the British Army in Afghanistan. What a disgrace. Stupid pilot can’t even gauge his fuel level properly.
*USA Troops, Still One a day killing themselves to get away from Evil Pentagon Bosses
Those that live by the sword die by it. Dope them up with Zoloft, and Prozac, send them out to kill little kids and run dope, they get depressed, come off the Military dope and blow their heads off. At least in Vietnam the took the officers with them. I have a lot more respect for Vietnam vets who ended the war themselves than this current lot of Redcoats. Truly a dead end life. Thanks to their fathers and mothers that let them play all these stupid war video games. Now you don’t have a son anymore you dopes. You’re nuts if you let your kid sign up for the military.
*Lorenzo’s Oil- Your Physician is not your healer or your friend.. most often your assigned butcher and executioner
Pathetic, greedy, evil, rapacious, Anglo- Zionist medical community. These Allopath Drs refuse to take the Hippocratic oath anymore in the USA. Homeopaths still take it.
I swear to fulfill, to the best of my ability and judgment, this covenant:
I will respect the hard-won scientific gains of those physicians in whose steps I walk, and gladly share such knowledge as is mine with those who are to follow.
I will apply, for the benefit of the sick, all measures [that] are required, avoiding those twin traps of overtreatment and therapeutic nihilism.
I will remember that there is art to medicine as well as science, and that warmth, sympathy, and understanding may outweigh the surgeon’s knife or the chemist’s drug.
I will not be ashamed to say “I know not,” nor will I fail to call in my colleagues when the skills of another are needed for a patient’s recovery.
I will respect the privacy of my patients, for their problems are not disclosed to me that the world may know. Most especially must I tread with care in matters of life and death. If it is given me to save a life, all thanks. But it may also be within my power to take a life; this awesome responsibility must be faced with great humbleness and awareness of my own frailty. Above all, I must not play at God.
I will remember that I do not treat a fever chart, a cancerous growth, but a sick human being, whose illness may affect the person’s family and economic stability. My responsibility includes these related problems, if I am to care adequately for the sick.
I will prevent disease whenever I can, for prevention is preferable to cure.
I will remember that I remain a member of society, with special obligations to all my fellow human beings, those sound of mind and body as well as the infirm.
If I do not violate this oath, may I enjoy life and art, respected while I live and remembered with affection thereafter. May I always act so as to preserve the finest traditions of my calling and may I long experience the joy of healing those who seek my help.
—Written in 1964 by Louis Lasagna, Academic Dean of the School of Medicine at Tufts University
*Zionist Jews Target Christian Pastor
*American Generals Butchered John F Kennedy’s Body
LeMay was a bastard. French-American father, Anglosaxon mother. No Cross of Christ on his grave.
*Insane Anglo-mason Mike Rogers of Congress
You’re privacy is not violated if you did not know you were being spied upon. I made a call to to an overseas friend recently. Must have been 3 guys at least listening. Really disgusting. This entire concept that the government and its vile employees is ‘sovereign’ has to go. People need to go to jail at the NSA. People like Mike Rogers belong in the docket. Anglosaxons are only 8 % of the USA but are 50 % of the nut jobs or more in our govt. What a hate-filled nasty cult of supremacists these people are. You can see the mental illness and insanity in him. I wonder what is in his dirty little Anglosaxon closet? The English disease of pederasty? A vampire? What freaks come out on Halloween, eh.
*Snowden Says Willing to Testify in Germany
I would not. The place is run by Jewish moles, especially BND. Likely to give him cancer or cause a heart attack.
*Anglo-Zionist, David Betrayus, John Jackass McCain and Queer Lindsay Graham Want us back in Iraq
Whats there cut of the $4 Tln of Oil just discovered in Northern Iraq? Jews and Anglosaxons, thick as thieves in Washington DC, all working for the Windsors-Rothschilds-Bush-Rockefeller axis of hate and mayhem: the real Axis of Evil, Buckingham Palace!!
*EU Planning on Stealing Ukraine. Threatens Russia implicitly
*Putin Rescinds Orders for Cooperation with NATO after Betrayal by London/DC
Photo: RIA Novosti
Russian President Vladimir Putin has invalidated the order of 2011, which set up an interdepartmental working group at the Russian presidential administration to develop missile defense cooperation with NATO.
He also repealed the presidential decree of April 25, 2012, “On the Repeal of the Russian President’s Order ‘On the Special Representative of the Russian President for Missile Defense Interaction with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)’.”
Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin was the special representative and headed the interdepartmental working group. The president’s order was posted in the official legal data portal.
Warplanes Went Through Lebanon, Reports Say
A massive explosion at a Latakia air base in northwestern Syria was the result of an Israeli attack, according to White House officials. The site contained shipments of Russian anti-aircraft missiles.
The first reports on the strike came out of al-Arabiya, and they claimed a second, still-unconfirmed strike in Damascusas well. Casualties are unclear, but Syria’s state media insisted there were no injuries.
Lebanese news outlets reported Israeli warplanes violating their airspace earlier Wednesday afternoon, and they left the airspace north of Tripoli, heading out to sea, in the early evening. After that, the warplanes attacked Latakia from the sea.
The reports claim that the Latakia base “possibly contained” Russian SA-8 missiles, and that those missiles were potentially headed to Hezbollah, though neither of these assertions has been proven. Israel has repeatedly attacked Syria over the past year.
*Zionist Thugs in Congress Demand War with Iran
Bill Would Green-Light Attack on Iran
While most of the effort of the Obama Administration has been trying to convince an unwilling Congress to “delay” any new sanctions as Iran negotiations move forward, a