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  1. barsark

    Greece - what happens next?

    She could just be pointing out a crumb on his 'tache......... ....while Sarkozy is thinking...."Aaaaah, I wasn't going to tell eem.. let eem look the silly on sa tv...."
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    CGNAO - Here & on HPC: The Grim Reaper

    Could someone here please explain this chart and its significance in more laymans terms? I would hate to miss out on another great piece of CGNAO prophetic speaking because I don't understand the language. Many thanks.
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    Turkey's entire armed forces resign

    Ought one modify the title of this wonderful piece to reflect the actual figure of four resignations, unless of course Turkeys entire armed forces does actually consist of no more than the four forces leaders? Sorry to be a stickler, I love a bit of sensationalism as well as the next, but that's just too gross an exaggeration. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-14346325
  4. If you have the time, read Marcus Aurelius' Meditations. The most powerful and richest man on planet earth at the time, spends a good deal of his life telling others that nothing of value at all, comes from wealth. This world needs to lessen the importance of money, it has become an almost natural-like need; air, water, food and money. But then you can get none but the air for free in the modern world. The fewer our wants the more we resemble the Gods. Socrates
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    Lessons from the Fall of Rome

    I think the fall of Rome was largely due to the lack of care given to the use of giant lighters, as shown in your piccie Dr B.
  6. I can string together a four letter word from the letters of unconditional that sums up both the man and the product.............................. ..............think about it.........
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    UK House prices: News & Views

    .....and what does a £500 mortgage get you these days? So by this, do we have to assume that mortgages will be removed from those unable to afford according to the new rules? Many people stretched their affordability chasing the ellusive property profits or merely trying to keep up with the Jones', I know bank managers, doctors and people who, in no other field of life lie, but did so to remain in the property game, all of these would be ruined The results would be horrific, surely?
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    UK House prices: News & Views

    Returning, to the previous mentions of the new fsa lending guidelines, has anyone here established how existing customers - that did abuse the lax standards at the time - will be treated, upon renewel? Does an existing mortgage holder need to meet new criteria, upon renewal? The ramifications of an environment of harsh treatment of such people, in such numbers as is prevelant, would surely be dire for the already limping market? http://www.moneyweek.com/news-and-charts/e...shes-14671.aspx As the above article points out, returning to three times salary is unworkable given current prices - without some major corrections. Also, there seems to be the potential for a pre 2010 implication rush?
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    Great Quotes

    "It ain't what you don't know that gets you into trouble....... it's what you know for sure that just ain't so." Mark Twain "When we have meat before us and such eatables we receive the impression, that this is the dead body of a fish, and this is the dead body of a bird or of a pig; and again, that this Falernian is only a little grape juice, and this purple robe some sheep's wool dyed with the blood of a shell-fish: such then are these impressions, and they reach the things themselves and penetrate them, and so we see what kind of things they are. Just in the same way ought we to act all through life, and where there are things which appear most worthy of our approbation, we ought to lay them bare and look at their worthlessness and strip them of all the words by which they are exalted. For outward show is a wonderful perverter of the reason, and when thou art most sure that thou art employed about things worth thy pains, it is then that it cheats thee most." Marcus Aurelius ....and my favourite: "Propaganda is to a democracy what the bludgeon is to a totalitarian state." Noam Chomsky
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    End the Fed, End the addiction to government spending

    I find the biggest hurdle in trying to educate people, is the sheer scale of the issue and the amount of information needed to 'get your head around it'. I started reading online as it was the only place I could find people who thought the same as me. I began purely because I was fed up being the only person I knew that was worried about the economy and therefore my personal finances. As a result of MY interest and desire to learn, I have spent around 7 years now, continually reading and trying to learn. It was MY passion for the truth that kept me going, through all the rubbish, disinformation, slanderous backstabbing and political mumbo-jumbo. Unfortunately, the average Joe, just does not care enough to listen long enough. Most people do not even have the attention span needed to learn some of the basics as their TV tuned brains can only hold as much info as the average 6 year olds story book, then they need to stop for an ad break You will only teach the people who are interested.
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    Green shoots of recovery or Carrots of Collapse?

    http://www.clivemaund.com/article.php?art_id=1946 We are going to start this article with a premise, which is that the bond market and the dollar are much more important to the powers that be in the US than the stockmarket. Two months ago the stockmarket was plumbing new lows and the end of the world was nigh. Now, instead, you walk down Wall St and everything is smelling of roses. Unfortunately, however, there is a massive storm threatening to break that will necessitate the immediate sacrifice of the stockmarket, and especially those mugs who have been taken in by the recovery hype being doled out by the media and have been buying the market in the recent past.
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    Mexican Flu / Swine Flu

    I realise this is why tptb have categorised this one as such, seems a bit scarier this time round .........and don't forget that the sky is falling in too, chicken little! Oh, it's ok, Foxy Loxy (aka Gormo Broon) will lead us out of danger. Let's face it, we were wrenched from the clutches of death during the Bird Flu outbreak that nearly closed the earth for a weekend last year.......... Also I love the advertising Roche are given every time someone at the BBC feels the need to give us an example of a packet of miracle pills that make all the evil go away, advertising that you in fact can not pay for, yet would pay handsomly for. Product placement for the dumb masses.
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    Mexican Flu / Swine Flu

    Deaths from Flu: 63,730 annual deaths for influenza and pneumonia (NVSR Sep 2001); estimated 20,000 deaths from flu (NIAID) Cause of death rank: 7th leading cause of death in 1999 and 2000 is "pneumonia/influenza" (CDC) http://www.wrongdiagnosis.com/f/flu/deaths.htm Get real, stop watching the tv.
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    Mexican Flu / Swine Flu

    For a long time now, people have been warning that there will be new strains of virus released (deliberatly) to kick the public while they are down. Just as people start to getting reluctant to listen to their leaders due to recent events, scare them with something new and terrifying that they are unable to defend themselves from, sweet.
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    The most powerful family in the world?

    http://www.edflix.org/gatto.htm Great videos comparing Private schools to public, all men are born equal, it's your surroundings and education that make or break you and the elites know this better than the rest. This should help somewhat towards showing how to become a favoured one. Thanks to http://www.iamthewitness.com/ Some reading if you want, which you should! http://www.johntaylorgatto.com/underground/toc1.htm