House Of Rothschild- Rulers of the World

June 27, 2011 at 2:45 pm (Economics, Global Issues, Governance, Media, Politics)

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The History Of The House Of Rothschild
By Andrew Hitchcock

The Rothschilds have been in control of the world for a very long time, their tentacles reaching into many aspects of our daily lives, as is documented in the following timeline. However, before you jump to the timeline, please read this invaluable introduction which will tell you who the Rothschilds are as oppose to who they claim to be. The Rothschilds claim that they are Jewish, when in fact they are Khazars. They are from a country called Khazaria, which occupied the land locked between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea which is now predominantly occupied by Georgia. The reason the Rothschilds claim to be Jewish is that the Khazars under the instruction of the King, converted to the Jewish faith in 740 A.D., but of course that did not include converting their Asiatic Mongolian genes to the genes of the Jewish people.

You will find that approximately 90% of people in the world today who call themselves Jews are actually Khazars, or as they like to be known, Ashkenazi Jews. These people knowingly lie to the world with their claims that the land of Israel is theirs by birthright, when in actual fact their real homeland is over 800 miles away in Georgia.

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Hamid Gul on Alex Jones Show

August 30, 2010 at 12:10 pm (Economics, Global Issues, Governance, India, Interview, Islam, Pakistan, Politics) (, , , , )

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Weather Warfare is On

August 16, 2010 at 12:43 pm (Economics, Global Issues, Islam, Pakistan, Politics) ()

 Source: inpursuitofhappiness.wordpress.com

Pakistan: unlucky in everything then? really?

“The worst flooding in Pakistan’s history has now affected more than four million people and left at least 1,600 dead, says the UN.”
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Afghan mineral deposits worth trillions are found by US

June 15, 2010 at 7:25 am (Economics, Global Issues, Islam)

Source: The Christian Science Monitor

By Rahim Faiez

U.S. geologists have discovered vast mineral wealth in Afghanistan, possibly amounting to $1 trillion, President Hamid Karzai’s spokesman said Monday. Waheed Omar told reporters the findings were made by the U.S. Geological Survey under contract to the Afghan government.

“The result of the survey … has shown that Afghanistan has mineral resources worth $1 trillion,” Omar said. “This is not an overall survey of all minerals in Afghanistan. Whatever has been found in this survey is worth $1 trillion.”

Omar refused to provide details, referring reporters to the Ministry of Mines. An official at the ministry refused to discuss the survey, saying details would be released at a news conference later this week.

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Money As Debt II- Promises Unleashed

January 21, 2010 at 12:08 am (Economics, Global Issues, Politics) (, )

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Money as Debt

January 21, 2010 at 12:01 am (Economics, Global Issues, Politics) (, )

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The Money Masters

January 15, 2010 at 12:22 am (Economics, Education, Global Issues) (, , , )

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US pressuring Pakistan on Afghan-India trade

January 14, 2010 at 2:07 am (Economics, Global Issues, India, Politics) (, , , )

Source: Rupeenews.com

The Pakistan answer was NO. What part of NO don’t you understand.

Pakistan is being pressured to allow Afghan-India trade. When the American agriculture secretary came to Islamabad he came ostensibly to help Islamabad improve its agriculture–well now the actual intentions have been laid bare. The US wants to help Bharat (aka India) trade with Afghanistan and beyond. The once totally compliant government of Mr. Asif Zardari has gathered some gumption and is resisting US pressure. The PPPP knows fully well that an obsequious behaviour will confirm certain defeat at the polls. Recenty Mr. Zardari has resurrected Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s slogan–we will fight a thousand years to liberate Kashmir. This from the lips of a man who in the first week of his presidency had said that Pakistanis and Indians should put Kashmir on the back burner and that the next generations should look at Kashmir.

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US foreign policy responsible for making terrorist

January 13, 2010 at 6:15 pm (Economics, Global Issues, Interview, Politics) (, , , , )

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The United States of America, An American Tragedy

January 11, 2010 at 3:55 pm (Economics, Global Issues, History, Politics)

By Darryl Robert Schoon

Source: pakistanintellectuals.com

The 20th century will be remembered as the century when America became a world power. World Wars I and II would decimate the then great powers of the world, e.g. England, Germany, Russia, France, Japan, etc., leaving the US as the last nation standing-the world’s sole superpower.

At mid-century, in 1950 the US would be the world’s banker, its only creditor and repository of the greatest hoard of gold in history; but in only 20 years most of the gold would be gone, the remaining owed but never paid and the US would soon become the world’s largest debtor, a virtual deadbeat who could only pay its debts by borrowing more.

The 21st century would speed America’s decline. In the first decade, the US would launch an expensive war in Iraq then Afghanistan, further destabilizing its already heavily indebted balance sheet; and by 2009, China and Japan, its primary creditors, would significantly slow their purchases of US debt, forcing the US to begin borrowing from itself in order to continue spending what it did not have.

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2010 READY OR NOT HERE IT COMES

January 11, 2010 at 3:50 pm (Economics)

 

By Darryl Robert Schoon

Constant prosperity through credit is no more possible than constant peace through heroin

 

Much has been written about the Great Depression and the present crisis. There is much that is similar and some that is not. The differences explain why events have unfolded differently. The similarities explain why the end will be the same. Deflationary depressions occur after the collapse of large speculative bubbles. The collapse of the 1920s US stock market bubble, then the largest bubble in history, caused the Great Depression of the 1930s. The collapse of the far larger dot.com and US real estate bubbles will cause the next.

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The Military-Industrial Complex is Ruining US Economy

January 10, 2010 at 10:16 pm (Economics, Global Issues, Politics) (, , )

Source: Washington’s Blog

Everyone knows that the too big to fails and their dishonest and footsy-playing regulators and politicians are largely responsible for trashing the economy.

But the military-industrial complex shares much of the blame.

Nobel prize winning economist Joseph Stiglitz says that the Iraq war will cost $3-5 trillion dollars.
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Interview with John Perkins, The Author of ‘Confessions of an Economic Hitman’

January 10, 2010 at 5:30 pm (Economics, Global Issues, Governance, Interview, Islam, Politics) (, , , , , , , , )

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Esoteric Agenda

January 10, 2010 at 4:56 pm (Economics, Education, Global Issues, Governance, History, Media, Politics) (, , , )

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Phase 3

January 10, 2010 at 3:54 pm (Economics, Global Issues, Governance, History, Islam, Media, Politics) (, , , , )

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Pakistan’s Decade of 1999-2009 in Review

December 30, 2009 at 3:28 am (Economics, Pakistan) (, )

By Riaz Haq

This December 31, 2009, is not just the end of the year; it brings a momentous decade of achievements in Pakistan to a chaotic and bloody end. After a relatively peaceful but economically stagnant decade of the 1990s, the year 1999 brought a bloodless coup led by General Pervez Musharraf, ushering in an era of accelerated economic growth that led to more than doubling of the national GDP, and dramatic expansion in Pakistan’s urban middle class. The decade also cast a huge shadow of the US “war on terror” on Pakistan, eventually turning the nation into a frontline state in the increasingly deadly conflict that shows no signs of abating. Along with the blood and gore and chaos on the streets, there are hopeful signs that rule of law and accountability is beginning to prevail in the country with the restoration of representative democracy and independent judiciary, largely in response to an increasingly assertive urban middle class, vibrant mass media and growing civil society. Let’s look at some of the highlights, low lights and then discuss the shape of things to come.

High-lights:

1. Pakistan’s tax base and government revenue collection more than doubled from about Rs. 500b to over Rs. 1.2 trillion.

2. Pakistan’s GDP more than doubled to $165 billion (nominal) since 1999. It has reached $440 billion in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP).

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Ron Paul- Can US Afford Their Foolish Troop Surge in Afghanistan?

December 28, 2009 at 12:47 am (Economics, Global Issues, Interview, Politics) (, , , , )

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The Mirage of Economic Recovery

December 21, 2009 at 9:07 pm (Economics, Global Issues)

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By Adnan Khan

On the 60th anniversary of the Great depression the US Commerce Department Bureau of Economic Analysis released advance estimates that the US economy (GDP) had grown after four consecutive quarters of decline. If correct the US economy has posted economic growth for the first time in a year.America joins Japan, China, Germany and France as the world’s leading economies that appear to have emerged from recession and averted economic collapse. Some are arguing that this signals the end of the ‘great recession’ and a return to economic growth.

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Pakistan’s Infrastructure and M2 Motorway

December 21, 2009 at 4:37 pm (Economics, Pakistan) ()

By Riaz Haq

As Pakistan struggles to bring a sense of stability and security amidst daily carnage, it is important to recognize that there is more to Pakistan than meets the eyes of a casual consumer of the images and reports by the world’s media. For example, Pakistan is a developing country with functional bureaucracy, well-organized police force, democractic institutions and a powerful army. And Pakistan has more advanced infrastructure than its neighbors, including India. Among the modern infrastructure pieces in place in Pakistan are its motorway system, extensive road network, mobile telecommunications systems, airports, high-speed Internet system, extensive railroad network, gas pipeline etc. A British writer William Dalrymple who visited and compared India and Pakistan on their 60th anniversary described Pakistan as follows:

“On the ground, of course, the reality is different and first-time visitors to Pakistan are almost always surprised by the country’s visible prosperity. There is far less poverty on show in Pakistan than in India, fewer beggars, and much less desperation. In many ways the infrastructure of Pakistan is much more advanced: there are better roads and airports, and more reliable electricity. Middle-class Pakistani houses are often bigger and better appointed than their equivalents in India. Moreover, the Pakistani economy is undergoing a construction and consumer boom similar to India’s, with growth rates of 7%, and what is currently the fastest-rising stock market in Asia. You can see the effects everywhere: in new shopping centers and restaurant complexes, in the hoardings for the latest laptops and iPods, in the cranes and building sites, in the endless stores selling mobile phones: in 2003 the country had fewer than three million cellphone users; today there are almost 50 million.”

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UN Report Misleading on Afghanistan’s Drug Problem

December 15, 2009 at 11:04 am (Economics, Global Issues, Politics) (, )

Source: Foreign Policy In Focus

By Julien Mercille.

Edited by Erik Leaver

As President Obama and his advisors debate future troop levels for Afghanistan, a new report by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) muddies the water on one of the most important issues in the debate — the effects of Afghanistan’s drug production.

The report, entitled “Addiction, Crime, and Insurgency: The Transnational Threat of Afghan Opium,” gives the false impression that the Taliban are the main culprits behind Afghanistan’s skyrocketing drug production. It also implies that drugs are the main reason why the Taliban are gaining in strength, absolving the United States and NATO of their own responsibility in fomenting the insurgency.

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