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A group of islands just to the east of Europe. The most successful colonist of the colonial expansion period. Birthplace of the English language and just quietly housing the worlds finance capital, London.

Syria,Kurdistan, ISIS, Oil, Pipelines, BRICS and geopolititcs

 

 

 

Some very interesting geopolitical analysis ( treating the world as a chess board) relating to OIL, the middle east and the interested parties.

It hardly looks all that significant , but your quality of life literally flows through this steel pipe. Who controls these pipes ane where they are built or destroyed are what most wars in the last 100 years have been about.

It hardly looks all that significant, but your quality of life literally flows through this steel pipe. Who controls these pipes and where they are built or destroyed, is what most wars in the last 100 years have been about.

 

Here is a useful map to help you understand current and potential future political borders in the middle east.

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WW1 Oil Oligarchs Odius Orders

Today we remember the official beginning of the what was called then the great war, the war to end all wars. France and the British Empire had just declared war on Germany and the Austro-Hungarian empire. At the time  the British Empire was a truly world power with loyal colonies all around the world. Its not really possible to consider WW1 on its own but more as a pair of wars with WW2 being the sequel, that tried to not look like it was a sequel. The only real change to WW2 was the switch of sides of Italy who joined the axis forces and the trenches were moved to the English channel and cities in the Russian Steeps.

The real proof that the war was designed to have a sequel was the Treaty of Versailles, which forced Germany into crushing reparations. Germany simply had to have a war to get a new treaty that excluded the reparations.

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Why did it happen:

Some people with no scruples and vast power decided that in order to further their aims they needed to:

  1. Collapse European monarchies, their only real competition.
  2. Kill off working class people in western Europe who might other wise become excess to requirement and therefore  threat.
  3. Reduce the standard of living that had been improved by industrialization, to keep people poor and ignorant.
  4. Move and erase borders in Europe to allow their global finance cartels to expand further.
  5. Create division among people in Europe an the wider world, and divert their efforts into fear and the creation of weapons, so they did not focus on the real enemy, the globalists.

 

Dam obvious proof ? The war started with the assassination of the Arch Duke Ferdinand of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Ancestral monarchs were an endangered species. This empire disintegrated after this war.

Several important but apparently subtle changes had just occurred.

Britain:

Queen Victoria had died (1901) and the Edward VII died in 1910 leaving George V with just 4 years in the role before war diplomatic relations broke down and turned to war. George the V had to change the name of their royal house from Saxe Coburg Gothe  to Windsor to sound less German and more English. Interestingly a similar ‘fast baton change’ occurred just before WW2 with George VI’s predecessor famously abdicating after less than one year, giving George VI just 3 years to prepare for war. Perhaps if either monarch had more experience war might  have been averted (or was that the plan all along).

The British navy had just converted to being a petroleum powered fleet and thus was reliant on access to foreign oil rather than domestic coal. The first move upon entering the war war to send troop to Basra to secure British oil supplies form the state of Iraq which it later manufactured from the ashes of the Ottoman empire.

USA:

The United States had Converted their monetary system to the Federal reserve system largely controlled by European bankers.

Hiram Maxim had invented a workable troop carried heavy machine gun along with his own variant of smokeless powder, European powers copied his design and soon most major armies had heavy machine guns. The heavy machine gun completely altered the wars that would be fought, making charges with troops and cavalry against fortified positions hugely costly in casualties. The heavy machine gun was a weapon built to be defensive in nature, it was designed to mow down troops in crowds from a fixed position, itself being too heavy to be moved easily while in use. This made for a mutual siege and prevented any real advance without slaughter, leaving battles bogged down in trenches, where it might have remained had it not been for the Spanish flu (influenza) which swept the world in 1917 and hastened the end of a pointless waste of human potential. One wonders if we would still be in the trenches of western Europe now had the Spanish Flu now come along.

Developments during the war(s):

The British invention the tank, Churchill who was a military man during WW1 said he wanted a land based version of a battle ship to turn the tide of battle.

The tank became central to Germany’s successes in WW2.

Aeroplanes were in an auxiliary role in WW1 by by WW2 had become pivotal in many battles. In more modern times the aeroplane has now almost supplanted the navy as being real military power with the aircraft carrier now being the most important overt aspect of modern navies.

Germany had used chemical weapons during the trench warfare, but use of these weapons (chlorine gas and mustard gas) was frowned upon in subsequent wars though they sadly seem to be making a come back in more recent conflicts.

In WW2 Germany had produced the first jet fighters but had produced them too late to deploy them to great effect. Germans had also significant advanced the field of rocketry so the war closed, USA (operation paperclip) and USSR scrambled to capture German scientists and government officials to power develop their war machines, space programs and their hold over their own populations.

At the war closed The USA dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, which opened a new trench warfare against USSR with the trenches being the Atlantic and Arctic oceans. Both USA and USSR now had the secret of the atomic bomb and the rockets to deploy them and suspiciously eyed each other for 50 years occasionally weaving and feinting.

Agenda:

The true agenda of this war was to remove ancestral monarchs from Europe so there would be less people influential enough able to resist the globalist ambitions of the multinational banking families, who wished to expand their sphere of influence. The Russian Bolsheviks ousted The Russian emperors family (House Romanov ) from power 6 months  before the war ended . The disintegration of empires was the hallmark of this war and it’s companion war (WW2) less than a generation later. By the end of these war both the Austro-Hungarian empire and the Ottoman empires were gone, reduced to small countries. While the Russian empire now became a Communist state was expanded particularly after WW2.

In fact by the beginning of WW2 it was no longer kings and emperors declaring war it was presidents,  prime ministers and governments, though the British still went through the ceremony of asking for a royal rubber stamp for the process.

Following the industrialization of production in Europe there existed a growing bubble of excess labor and people who were becoming dangerously comfortable with the benefits of efficient production. People had free time and were beginning to educate them selves. This industrialization was perverted into a war machine with factories now turn to creating devices of destruction rather than creature comforts.  This was the  first industrial war with vast resources turned to supplying the war effort.

2 world wars

European empires destroyed: 3 ( Austro-Hungarian, Russian*, Ottoman.) *The Russian empire was destroyed but expanded as the USSR.

Empires on the decline:  several (most notably the British; losing India in ’47 and Canada in the 60’s, Germany; losing its colonies during the first world war, and a third of its territory for half a century)

People killed:  6% of the worlds population, mostly working class soldiers and civilians caught int he crossfire. A disturbing trend of 20th century warfare has been the increasing numbers of civilians killed from one conflict to the next.

Winners? after WW2 USA was apparently a winner having stayed out long enough to pick a winner, or at least appearing to do so. Well the real winner was the federal reserve system shipping all this skimmed money back to the European globalist bankers. Russia was also a big winner having absorbed most of the former Austro-Hungarian empire and a good third of Germany, which it held until the USSR dissolved. The USSR (2.0) is coming back and beginning to re-absorb states that broke away in the 90’s. We are seeing this occurring with eastern Ukraine right now. As we know the House (of Rothschild) always wins.

So there you have it, an in a nut shell version of the WW1 you never considered.

 

Approximately 1 in ever 5 males in Australia volunteered to go to war in the 1914-1918 period, very few were to realize when volunteering, the appalling conditions in France and Turkey and the fact the war was just a geopolitical chess game run by European bankers to expand their own power.

 

The war is not meant to be won, it is meant to be continuous. Hierarchical society is only possible on the basis of poverty and ignorance. This new version is the past and no different past can ever have existed. In principle the war effort is always planned to keep society on the brink of starvation. The war is waged by the ruling group against its own subjects and its object is not the victory over either Eurasia or East Asia, but to keep the very structure of society intact.

George Orwell (Eric Blair)
English essayist, novelist, & satirist (1903 – 1950)

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Assange hung out to dry by the left

Assange meme tagged

So hanving been sold out by a carefully managed implosion of his wiki leaks party, all over whether preferences were going to go to the left or right, It’s pretty fair to say Assange has been used and discarded by the left for apparently failing one of their claimed moral standards. Sure all the sex allegation stuff was carefully put  in a memory hole while he was hot property, along with he fact he acted like a bit of a heart breaker when women were literally throwing themselves at him. But that’s the left and feminism for you, they love a bad boy and then want to scream a blue murder (or rape) when the sour grapes arrive. I mean he really should have known that being a white male is toxic commodity to leftists and they were primed to drop him like a stone when a small amount of heat came on.

So all this bullshit about principles ( free speech, transparency, political freedom, commitment….) it all goes out the window when the next bandwagon arrives. So what can we do now for Assange?

The Australian government has left him out in the cold, despite the fact they are right now willing to send 50 police and ATSB to war torn Ukraine to look for Australian body parts and stolen luggage, But a living Australian citizen in a friendly country with a politically hot legal hassle, nope.

So apart form beating the drum and producing memes that might get stuck on an Ecuadorean embassy fridge in London, lets look and some overlooked facts about Assange.

I can almost feel a man cringing at a laptop reading and thinking “Oh shit, what’s this gonna be”.

Julian Assange was born on July 3 1971, the same day Jim Morrison died. Strangely there are more connections and similarities.

Morrison was born in a place called Melbourne (Florida) and left in order to study, later becoming a famous counterculture icon. Morrison famously fled the US to Europe (France) escaping a contrived court case.

Assange moved to place called Melbourne (Victoria) to study, later becoming a counterculture icon. Assange famously fled from Europe (Sweden) to the UK to escape a contrived US prosecution.

Both had in common:

  • Had transient childhoods and continued traveling as adults.
  • Born during foreign wars their countries were involved in, Morrison: WW2, Assange: Vietnam.
  • Well read, serious, intelligent drop outs, critical of war.
  • Were described as rock stars and had love children.
  • Were applauded/hounded for the ideas they promoted.
  • Were politically minded and spoke of their concern for the present and future.
  • Were known to ham it up for the camera occasionally.

Morrison in his later years, even after all that booze and drugs makes a remarkable prediction. (That hair is real)

Assange in his early 40’s showing the prediction is true and having a bit of a giggle. (That is a wig)

UK met office: No global warming for the last 15 years

Met office concludes there has been no global warming for the last 15 years

Met office concludes there has been no global warming for the last 15 years

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/research/news/recent-pause-in-warming

Of course the global warming people will call the Met  Office ‘a fringe anti-government cult’ or ‘paid off shill’.

The last time global warming was a plausible theory was when Bill Clinton was in office.

Global warming and climate change celebrates 15 years of cognitive dissonance.

Banker suicide cluster weeks before Barclays LIBOR charges

banker suicide and libor scandal calendar

The body count:

Jan. 26, 2014
William Broeksmit, 58.

retired Deutsche Bank
Found hanging at home

Jan. 28, 2014
Gabriel Magee, 39.

JP Morgan’s European headquarters in London.
Reportedly leaped to his death from the 33rd story of his workplace

Jan. 29, 2014
Mike Dueker, 50.

Chief Economist at Russell Investments
Jumped over a four-foot fence and fallen some 40-to-50 feet down an embankment?

Feb. 3, 2014
Ryan Crane, 37.

JP Morgan trading exec.
Found dead at home poisoning suspected.

Feb. 4, 2014
 Richard Talley, 57. 

Former investment banker at Drexel Burnham Lambert and founder of Centennial.
Found is his garage at home with self inflicted nail gun wounds.

Do you believe in coincidences?

http://www.thedailysheeple.com/following-a-wave-of-banker-suicides-3-former-barclays-bankers-now-charged-in-libor-scandal_022014

http://www.silverdoctors.com/alert-at-least-20-bankers-now-dead/

Inside the EU parliament

 

English with Greek subtitles

Nigel Farage giving the EU parliament a bit of a reality check.

But why so many empty seats?

 

German and English with English subtitles

As usual most politicians are just parasites having a good bludge/rort at the expense of the taxpayer.

UK: Universal Korruption

It turns out that organized crime has free reign in the UK police, Judiciary, tax office….

The only surprise is that there is evidence, some one actually survived to leak the documents

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/the-corruption-of-britain-uks-key-institutions-infiltrated-by-criminals-9052617.html

http://boingboing.net/2014/01/11/total-corruption-organised-cr.html

The American Dream Film

It shouldn’t take too long to figure out the reference to the German red shield.

From now on when you see a red shield you will probably think twice.

A pretty good explanation of how it all happened.

We steal secrets: the story of WikiLeaks

http://www.primewire.ag/watch-2739934-We-Steal-Secrets-The-Story-of-WikiLeaks

We’ll be adding some more commentary to this soon.

but for now, a few thoughts.

Look at how spaced out Adrian Lamo is in his discussions of turning in Manning, he almost appears to be a zombie. Where have you see this semi vacant look before? Think about it.

Wikileaks insiders being quite critical of Assange and his use of Wikileaks for his own ends.

Watch this space I guess.

Manning seeing the apparently benign message…

Where did the money go?

- Iraqi dissidents

…which lead to a massive crack down.

As soon as people start asking questions about the money or cause others to question it there is a really big response from the corporate-state machine.

The two women in Sweden became very tired of Assange’s evasion around an apparently simple STD test.

Assange’s equipment consisting of a $300 laptop, 10 SIM cards and a cheap jacket for interviews, somewhat inspiring that so much can be done with so little, but leads to the obvious question…

Where did the money go?

- WikiLeaks supporters

… which lead to massive cognitive dissonance?

It’s interesting so a see a few more views on this interesting saga which lead to the Arab spring revolutions, which in some way inspired the Occupy protests.

Women investigate gender monocultures

I found two really interesting articles written by women about their actual experiences in gender monoculture.

Gender monoculture being an environment where there is only one gender.

Female only business:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1168182/Catfights-handbags-tears-toilets-When-producer-launched-women-TV-company-thought-shed-kissed-goodbye-conflict-.html

Samantha Brick decided to start a TV channel  with only women as employees, and tells the sorry tale of the business’s bankruptcy after just  two years.

Any business going bad in a few short years is nothing new, but the behavior  of the women in their ‘empowered’ environment, ( which the founder believes strongly contributed to the collapse) is quite staggering.

In this female only workplace women formed packs and psychologically tormented individuals from other packs. One women was well known for loudly broadcasting to the office details about her very busy sex life. Women were ‘empowered’ and never had to answer to any man, and chose to use that freedom to emotionally abuse each other. Ultimately they destroyed the organization that have granted them the freedom from ‘patriarchy’.

It’s worth noting if a man wanted a men only business, he would be facing court action over discrimination, but if women do the same thing it’s not only accepted, the discrimination is actually celebrated.

“When I needed the so-called ‘Sisterhood’, believe me, it just wasn’t there.”
-Samantha Brick

COGnitive DISsonance

A female journalist undercover; successfully posing as a man for 18 months:

 http://abcnews.go.com/2020/Entertainment/story?id=1526982#.UcHbjs7tq1F

Norah Vincent, a very dedicated journalist decided to really find out the secrets of the mans private world. After an elaborate disguise regieme she was able to pass as a man. She discovered that men are really quite accepting and tolerant of each other, and unlikely to judge. Even in their private moments they don’t constantly talk about women or make crude remarks about their body shapes or body parts. In the end she develops more respect and sympathy for men, seeing that what they tolerate and must endure from the world is too much for her to bear. She actually got treated for depression at the end of the undercover experiment.

“I really like being a woman. … I like it more now because I think it’s more of a privilege.”

-Norah Vincent

A woman given the opportunity to be accepted as a man, declined the offer citing being a woman as being easier.

I found sources where women made these discoveries, so there can be no claim of bias or spin.

Both women were from the media industry and could have spun the story to fit the Marxist/feminist agenda, but I think both of then saw through the fantasy to see the truth.  Good media is about the truth, not the spin.

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