Tuesday, March 26, 2013




Anonymous said...

Fifth columns are tricky to deal with particularly when they are Bilderberg attendees. Fellow traveler and Bilderberg CBC news anchor Peter Mansbridge is a 2010 Bilderberg attendee. The CBC (Communist Broadcast Corporation) is deeply embedded in the New World Order + communist UN Agenda 21.

Do a simple search for "Peter Mansbridge Bilderberg 2010" and read all about the "clubs" he belongs to.

Euro Chief: Cyprus Deposit Confiscation Model in Future Euro Zone Bank Insolvency. Medvedev: This “Resembles Bolshevik Actions in Soviet Russia”;wap2

...As Chief Anchor for (ed. CBC) ‘The National’, he (ed. Peter Mansbridge) has been trusted with reporting news. To my knowledge, he has not reported on this event at all since attending and swearing his oath of secrecy. A group wielding the power that this group has had is certainly worthy of being reported, however this group has for years, until recently, been able to keep this secret. His attendance at a meeting like this without reporting on it, given its power and secretive reputation represents in my opinion, a serious breach of journalistic ethic. Although unverifiable at this time, it is POSSIBLE that his ties to this group MAY affect his reporting of events that take place at the G8 and G20 summits. This group has been known to swear people to secrecy and to threaten them if they choose to expose any information relating to this group or its meetings and plans. Prime Minister Harper attended the Bilderberg meeting in Canada in 2005. For those who know this group, they are aware of the influence and control this group has maintained over the global economy and indeed the enslavement of humanity. If Mr. Mansbridge has chosen this willingly, it is a breach of ethics and service to Canada. If he has been coerced in any way, then perhaps he deserves the help of the Canadian media to expose this group, especially ahead of the G8 and G20. This is information that people are already finding out, whether or not the mainstream media is helping. Journalists and media that have been honouring the secrecy of this group are now facing the risk of losing their reputations. Indeed, they already are, as more and more are no longer placing their trust in news reporting and I am one of them, as a former broadcaster and newsroom employee myself.

Anonymous said...

Before our very eyes The Cypriot Pawn by Thierry Meyssan

Washington was quick to use the financial crisis in Cyprus to implement a strategy for capturing of the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, US comprador Christine Lagarde, the American leadership challenged the inviolability of private property in the European Union and attempted to confiscate a tenth of bank deposits, supposedly to bail out the Cypriot national bank affected by the Greek crisis.

...stated purpose is but a pretext and, far from solving the problem, this confiscation, if it were to be implemented, would only make matters worse...

The only real solution would be to cancel the debt, while anticipating revenues from the development of Cypriot gas. It would be all the more logical given that cheap gas would kick-start the European Union’s economy. But Washington has decided otherwise. Europeans are asked to continue to purchase their energy at high prices in the Middle East, while the cheap gas is made available to fuel the Israeli economy.

To hide the decision-making role played by Washington, this bank hold-up is not presented as a requirement of the IMF, but as that of a troika including the EU and the ECB...confiscation would replace devaluation, rendered impossible due to Cyprus’ euro zone membership. Except that the devaluation would not be a policy of Nicosia, but a diktat from the head of the ECB, Mario Draghi, the former European director of Goldman Sachs, which is precisely the main creditor of Cyprus.

Ms Lagarde, former legal adviser to the U.S. military-industrial complex...but to panic European-based capital and direct it to Wall Street so that it may revive U.S. finances. Why pick on this island? Because it is one of the few tax havens remaining within the European Union and because the deposits there are mainly Russian. Why do it now? Because the Cypriots made the mistake of electing US comprador Nikos Anastasiades for their new president. Thus they followed in the footsteps of the Greeks who, victims of the same American mirage, had elected as Prime Minister the Amercian comprador, Georgios Papandreou.

This little cook-up, however, went wrong. The Cypriot parliament voted unanimously against the confiscatory taxation of bank deposits. There is an apparent paradox there. The Liberal government wants to nationalize one-tenth of capital while the Communist Parliament defends private property. That is because this nationalization would not profit the national community, but rather international finance.

...The treaties were designed so that the eurozone is a one-way journey. It is not possible to leave on one’s own, or to be excluded, unless you leave the European Union.

Moreover, this option, which had not been foreseen by the racketeers, is feared by Washington. If the island left the Union, it would be bought again for ten billion by Moscow. It would be the worst example: a state area of western influence joining the Russian sphere of influence, in every way contrary to what we have seen since the fall of the USSR. It would surely be followed by the other Balkan states, starting with Greece.

For Washington, this doomsday scenario must be avoided at all costs....against Cypriots if they resist.

Russia feigns disinterest. Vladimir Putin has ignored advantageous investment offers that have been made by the Anastasiades government. This is because he does not intend to save the Russian oligarchs who had stashed their money on the island, nor the European Union who had helped them to organize their tax evasion. Behind the scenes, he negotiated a secret agreement with Angela Merkel which should allow a financial solution to the crisis, but which should also lead to a broad challenge to European rules. Incidentally, the Tsar has gleaned astonishing information about the amazing Russian investments in the island during the Medvedev era; information that could be used as a supplementary means to pressure the fickle Russian Prime Minister.

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