VANCOUVER, BC – In an ExopoliticsTV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre, Melanie Vritschan, public relations director of the European Coalition against Covert Harassment (EUCHAC.ORG), reviews electromagnetic weapons attacks.
Vritschan discusses weapons attacks physically directed against EUCACH and its staff ever since NSA whistleblower William Binney was confirmed as a keynote speaker for EUCACH’s Brussel’s Covert Harassment Conference on Nov. 20, 2014.
Electronic Terrorism & Psychiatric Terrorism
“We’re being hit with a double-whammy: Wages are under deflationary pressure, and almost everything else is exposed to inflationary pressure.” – C H Smith
As correspondent Mark G. observed in Globalization = Permanent Instability, it’s impossible to understand inflation and deflation now except in a global context. Now that prices for commodities such as oil and grain are set on the global market, local surpluses don’t push prices down. If North America has record harvests of grain, on a national basis we’d expect prices to fall as local supply exceeds local demand.
But since grain is tradable, i.e. it can be shipped to other markets where demand and thus prices are much higher, the price in North America reflects supply and demand everywhere on the planet, not just in North America.
If we put ourselves in the shoes of a farmer or grain wholesaler, this is a boon: why sell your product for 1X locally, when it fetches 2X in other countries? You’d be crazy not to put it on a boat and get double the price elsewhere.
As the share of the economy exposed to digitization increases, so does the share of work that can be done anywhere on the planet. When work is digitized, it is effectively commoditized, meaning that it no longer matters who performs the work or where they live. Continue reading
Monsanto, Dow, Cargill, and many dozen food manufacturers are trying to fight the imminent passage of labeling bills in both Colorado and Oregon, claiming that GMOs’ are ‘safe,’ and that labeling will only lead to food hysteria. But the fact is, much of the modern world requires labeling of GMO foods, or downright bans them. What about the United States? No labeling here!
Companies like Safeway, Target, and Starbucks don’t want to tell you what is in your food, and neither do Kraft, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, and more, but its time to stop these corporate monsters in their tracks. The U.S. is the land of plenty – or used to be, but corporations given personhood and the biotech industry have taken over. Why does the U.S. even have to fight this fight when 64 other countries already label or completely ban GMOs?
The fact is that Americans eat lots of processed food – food that is full of GMO corn, soy, rice, and sugar beets – four of the biggest GMO money-making crops on the planet.
In the book “Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us,” Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times reporter Michael Moss exposes how the unregulated food industry has developed unhealthy ways to get consumers hooked on their brands. They know many of us are hooked on ‘fake-foods’ like drug addicts on crack, but that is all about to change. Continue reading
U.S. Warns That Americans In The Middle East Might Be Attacked By Al-Qaeda
- Initial jobless claims nears 40 year lows.
- More companies are laying off employees.
- GDP for the 3rd quarter jumped on government spending.
- FBI wants the ability to hack into any computer.
- Obama plans to bring Ebola infected people in the US.
- China sending millions of dollars and medical staff to West Africa to fight Ebola.
- Nigeria turns to Russia to help fight Boko Haram.
- Syria’s air-force hits the Islamic State better than the US led coalition.
- US State Department putting out warnings that Americans may be attacked in the middle east by al-Qaeda or the Islamic State.
- New false flag warning from Spain intelligence, the Islamic State will use Ebola to kill Americans. Be prepared for a false flag.
All source links to the report can be found on the x22report.com site.
“Globalization continually creates imbalances that fuel a perpetual instability that gradually impoverishes every sector other than global capital.” – C H Smith
Globalization has two guaranteed consequences: permanent instability and endless boom-and-bust cycles. As noted in Forget “Free Trade”–Focus on Capital Flows, the key engine of globalization is mobile capital: capital that can borrow money for next to nothing in one nation and then move that capital to other nations where yields are higher and opportunities for exploitation riper.
This mobility of capital is an enormous benefit to the owners of the capital, but it creates extraordinary instability for those who are not as mobile. When mobile capital encounters anything that reduces profits–higher taxes and rising labor costs, competition or restrictive regulations–it closes factories and fires its workers in that locale and shifts to another locale with greater opportunities for high returns.
The workers left behind have limited means to replace the lost wages, and the local government often has few resources to repair any damage left by the exploitation of resources. The advantage of mobility is reserved for capital, and to the relatively limited cohort of workers who can immigrate to other nations to find work.
This illustrates two key ontological characteristics of financialized globalization: perpetual instability and a never-ending cycle of boom and bust as capital sparks rapid development in one locale and then moves elsewhere once profits decline. Continue reading
“Does anyone believe that Goldman Sachs is gonna give up a deal that would yield millions of dollars because someone fussed at them behind closed doors?” – Sen. E Warren
It appears that Senators Elizabeth Warren and Sherrod Brown believe they may have a battle on their hands getting their colleagues on the Senate Banking Committee to agree to hold hearings on the now notorious tape recordings secretly made by former New York Fed bank examiner, Carmen Segarra, showing a cozy relationship between the regulator and Goldman Sachs.
Petitions have sprung up all over the internet, with more than 129,000 signatures as of this morning, demanding that Congress hold hearings to investigate whether the Federal Reserve System, and specifically the New York Fed, function as merely sycophantic fronts for Wall Street or if they serve any meaningful regulatory role.
In addition to petitions at Credo, MoveOn.org and Public Citizen, campaign sites for Senators Warren and Brown have also set up petitions, but those sites do not show how many signatures have been collected.
As of this morning, the Credo petition had 98,107 signatures out of a goal of 150,000. You can sign the petition here. The petition makes its case as follows:
“To Members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives:
“Regulators are supposed to protect Americans from wrongdoing on the part of big banks, not serve Wall Street’s interests. Congress must hold oversight hearings on the allegations of a deferential and broken regulatory culture at the Federal Reserve, as exposed in the recently released Goldman Sachs tapes… Continue reading