Sunday, 10 November 2013

Bitcoins and rhinos

Blogs eh!?  What to do with them.  Some people write seriously investigative and revealing articles that are interesting enough to read and you feel you have learnt something at the end of it.  Me - I sometimes write interesting stuff but more often than not it is a ramble or a tirade of abuse or a surreal rampage but, to me, some are worth reading and some are not.  I can never tell which are the best until later.

HOWEVER - This time I have a few important gems to share.

Here is the Max Keiser Report (episode 521) for 8 November 2013.  It is worth a watch. One nice quote from Max "Gold, silver and bitcoin are, to the banksters, what crucifixes and garlic are to vampires."

And on the subject of democracy and the false presentation of reality via our media networks he mentioned the Million Mask March saying "Just this week we had the 'Million Masked March' which was replicated all over the world.  Thousands of people on the streets.  It wasn't on the BBC which is the main media outlet in this country.  It wasn't on their main story for their main network.  It wasn't even on their local London news.  It wasn't covered at all."

He was also talking to Zac Goldsmith, a (Conservative - eek) Member of Parliament for Richmond Park who, on the subject of the 'Economics of Extinction' said "We had evidence in parliament the other day from a Chinese lady who said that there are investment companies, now, who hoard Rhino horns for exactly the same reasons, and there are people who suspect them for being behind some of the killings we seen because, obviously, wipe out the rhino in the wild, their stock is worth an absolute fortune."

If you have watched the video you will know that Zac Goldsmith has an HM Government e-petition to "Introduce a proper Recall mechanism for MPs" which needs signing.  Did you get that?  It NEEDS signing.

More information here...
The Steeple Times: Total Recall - Zac Goldsmith MP launches petition

And the PETITION is here -->

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