07/02/2012

Meanwhile in Greece the Protesters scream “Nazis Out!” as they Burn German Flags

by John Galt February 7, 2012 22:05 ET   (Photo from Eurokinissi) It’s a good thing the IMF, the Troika, the ECB, and German masters have settled the Greek crisis. Of course that explains why this story from The Athens News was a “positive” reaction to the German imposed bankster austerity settlement whispered, rumored, and leaked today: Strike protesters burn German flag (Click on the title above to read the story in full) From the story: Hundreds of protesters chanting “Nazis Out!” clashed with police outside parliament during a general strike…


Abortion via Vending Machine

by John Galt February 7, 2012 09:15 ET   Isn’t America just a ducky nation? First we blessed animals who engaged in late period abortions by murdering infants and now anyone can do it with a purchase at a vending machine. This story from CBS in Philadelphia:   Shippensburg University To Offer Plan B Contraception From Vending Machine For some strange reason, I see this as an indication that our nation has decided to stop declining slowly and go 100% Roman decline and fall at light speed. Now at least the…


2.7.12 AEP: An orderly EMU break-up, à la Française

by John Galt February 7, 2012 18:55 ET   With the hour by hour, minute by minute, second by second, millisecond by millisecond, and of course, microsecond by microsecond breaking rumors, er, “news” about a potential Greek bailout since 2009, the markets and reality are beginning to come up with answers to the inevitable break up of the European Monetary Union (EMU) unless Germany is allowed to establish a Fourth Reich. Thus tonight’s entry from Ambrose Evans-Pritchard in the U.K. Telegraph is a must read regarding some ideas from la Française:…


130 Million Americans without Electricity? It’s possible in 2013…

by John Galt February 7, 2012 18:00 ET   Early in 2013, the eleven year solar cycle which has been running a tad bit behind schedule will finally peak and some engineers are concerned about the consequences of the event. Consider the following: – Utilities have been generally negligent in maintaining older systems or upgrading to handle sudden shocks or surges. To validate that I invite anyone who lives from Florida throughout the Mid West where thunderstorms are often violent and extensive but creates an unstable grid miles away from where…


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