Monthly Archives: August 2015

Malaysia – #Bersih4 Created History


Alas… Africa is still deep and dark and still gently asleep…

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The event may have closed (peacefully), but the collective intent and powerful energy created will now take over with inertia. The critical mass was achieved and the people have done a great job indeed!



Change is inevitable.

“No force is greater than an idea whose time has come” – Victor Hugo

The Malaysian Insider

We created history, says Bersih 4 organiser


The area around Dataran Merdeka is filled with Bersih 4 participants. The rally ends officially at midnight. – The Malaysian Insider pic by Najjua Zulkefli, August 30, 2015.


The Bersih 4 rally ended at the stroke of midnight with the singing of Negaraku and chants of “Merdeka” but Coalition for Clean and Fair Elections (Bersih 2.0) chairman Maria Chin Abdullah hopes that the two key messages from the rally would live on and become a reality.

Maria ChinThanking…

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VOODOO ECONOMICS: Make No Mistake, You Are an American Debt Slave – By Christina Sarich


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“It is the debtor that is ruined by hard times.- Rutherford B. Hayes

 – You are a debt slave. Don’t believe it? 43% of all American families spend more than they earn each year. According to the Federal Reserve, and I’ll describe the fictional premise upon which they stand momentarily, the average American household is at least $75,000 in debt. Overall, consumer debt in America has increased by a whopping 1700% since 1971. Approximately two-thirds of all American students graduate from college with student loan debt. But what of this debt? Is it real anyway?

“The rich will strive to establish their dominion and enslave the rest. They always did. They always will… They will have the same effect here as elsewhere, if we do not, by (the power of) government, keep them in their proper spheres.”

– Governor Morris, co-author of the U.S. Constitution in…

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Arnie Asks: And what about American Sovereigns not affiliated with any specific church?

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On Aug 26, 2015, at 8:47 PM, Anna Von Fritz <> wrote:

This is under the temporal role of the Holy See, not the Sacred offices as I stressed in my comment.

Two hats. Two roles. One role is secular and administrative. One is religious.

Anyone of any religion can be a sovereign, but the Holy See in its temporal role defines what a sovereign is and also the rights and duties of a sovereign. Thus in the most abstract sense all sovereigns occupy an office created and defined by the Church.

It is in applying the duties of a sovereign that the power of the office lies– the exact opposite of what people expect.

Your rights as a sovereign are secondary and dependent upon the duties. If you don’t do the duties you can’t claim the rights, but if you do the duties nobody can obstruct or complain about…

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REBEL YELL: “Don’t Owe, Won’t Pay”, Everything You’ve Been Told About Debt Is Wrong – By Charles Eisenstein


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“…Both of these entail a fundamental change in the way money is created. Positive money refers to money created directly without debt by the government, which can be given directly to debtors for debt repayment or used to purchase debts from creditors and then cancel them. Negative-interest currency (which I describe in depth in Sacred Economics) entails a liquidity fee on bank reserves, essentially taxing wealth at its source. It enables zero-interest lending, reduces wealth concentration, and allows a financial system to function in the absence of growth.

(“Don’t Owe, Won’t Pay”, Everything You’ve Been Told About Debt Is Wrong – By Charles Eisenstein)

– The legitimacy of a given social order rests on the legitimacy of its debts. Even in ancient times this was so. In traditional cultures, debt in a broad sense—gifts to be reciprocated, memories of help rendered, obligations not yet fulfilled—was a…

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WHOA! British Official Warning Public: Stock up on food, water, canned goods & cash – enough to survive 1 month – Banks may CLOSE(Stock meltdown)

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The “Independent” Newspaper in London has published a stunning story today that an aid to former Prime Minister Gordon Brown is warning the public to:
1) Have cash money in your possession as banks may close and credit cards may not work

2) Have plenty of canned Goods and water to survive ONE MONTH in your house.

3) Agree with your family on a meeting place in case communications go down and you have to leave ! ! ! !

Folks here in the USA should take this advice RIGHT NOW. Don’t wait. If you wait and other folks don’t, they will strip the stores bare before you ever get there.

It’s not just him saying it though:

The former special adviser added that financial levers, such as cutting interest rates and Quantitative Easing (QE), which the Government was able to use in 2008, are no longer…

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“Last Night I Had the Strangest Dream” Anniversary of the Kellogg-Briand Peace Pact on August 27, 1928

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David Swanson explains the Kellogg-Briand Peace Pact.


Outlawing War As An Instrument of National Policy
Veterans for Peace Chapter 27

In 1928 U.S. Secretary of State Frank Kellogg and French Minister of Foreign Affairs Aristide Briand proposed that all nations join them in signing a pact outlawing war as an instrument of national policy and called upon all signatories to settle their disputes by peaceful means.

On August 27, 1928, fifteen nations signed the pact at Paris. Later, an additional forty-seven nations followed suit, so the pact was eventually signed by most of the established nations in the world. The U.S. Senate ratified the agreement by a vote of 85–1. The lone dissenter refused to sign only because he felt the pact did not go far enough to assure the end of war. This law, the Kellogg-Briand Pact, is still in effect today both nationally and internationally…

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