White House “Past Point Of No Return” Ukraine Policy

Western Bloc (G7 and European Union) vs Eastern Bloc (Russian federation and others)?

Western Bloc (G7 and European Union) vs Eastern Bloc (Russian federation and others)?

By Blocking UN Resolution, US Shows That It Seeks Ukrainian Conflict Escalation


MOSCOW, August 22 (RIA Novosti) – By blocking the UN Security Council statement on the ceasefire in Ukraine, Washington has demonstrated that it wants to see further escalation of the Ukrainian conflict, the Russian Foreign Ministry said Friday.

“If the US opposes an absolutely non-confrontational, reconciliatory text, there can be no doubts that Washington intends to have the armed confrontation in Ukraine continued. It could be seen only as an attempt to ‘undermine’ the humanitarian mission,” the ministry said in a statement.

Moscow believes that such policy is hypocritical, the ministry added.

“Cynical disregard for the fate of civilians and ‘couldn’t care less’ attitude toward the international humanitarian law when it comes to geopolitical interests, becomes the core of the policy of the United States and its European satellites regarding Ukrainian,” the statement read.

“More and more questions are being raised about the ability of the current US administration to participate in the development of realistic and pragmatic approaches to international problems, to adequately assess the situation in the various regions of the world,” the Russia Foreign Ministry noted.

Russia called on the UN Security Council Thursday to adopt a statement urging a ceasefire in Ukraine while Russian humanitarian aid is being delivered to war-torn regions. The examination of the UN Security Council statement on Moscow’s proposal for a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine has been delayed. [...]

Kiev Plans to ‘Cleanse’ Besieged Cities Ahead of Independence

MOSCOW, August 22 (RIA Novosti) – Kiev is conducting a full-on military “cleansing” of the eastern Ukrainian cities of Luhansk and Donetsk before the country’s independence day on August 24, the Russian Foreign Ministry said on its website Friday.

“Kiev has delayed the formally needed agreement from the International Red Cross for several days in a row, inventing new pretexts and at the same time increasing attacks on Luhansk and Donetsk by using aviation and heavy armored equipment against housing blocks and civilian objects,” the ministry said.

Read: http://en.ria.ru/world/20140822/192243068/Kiev-Aims-Cleansing-of-Luhansk-Donetsk-Before-Independence-Day–.html

Topic: Russia-Ukraine Gas Conflict

Kiev Says Ukraine Needs 5 Bln Cubic Meters of Russian Gas for Winter
Current Ukraine’s gas debt is estimated to be more than $5 billion.
Read: http://en.ria.ru/business/20140822/192258047/Kiev-Says-Ukraine-Needs-5-Bln-Cubic-Meters-of-Russian-Gas-for.html

Shell Suspends Shale Gas Production in Eastern Ukraine over Conflict

Royal Dutch Shell suspends shale gas production in eastern Ukraine © AFP 2014/ CARL COURT

LONDON,(RIA Novosti) – Oil and gas giant Royal Dutch Shell has suspended shale gas production in eastern Ukraine, the company’s representative told RIA Novosti Wednesday.

“Currently we are not conducting drilling in eastern Ukraine. The security situation is such that we are not able to carry out certain activities scheduled by the shale gas production agreement for reasons beyond our control,” the source said.

Read: http://newseurope.me/2014/08/22/shell-suspends-shale-gas-production-eastern-ukraine-conflict/

European Powder Keg

Posted 20 Aug 2014
According to the Sovereign Thinkers Association a hot war between Russia and the puppet government in Kiev is unavoidable. Charlie and Eric break down how this will unfold.






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Janet Yellen said WHAT!


Janet Yellen Is An Insult To Americans

By Raul Ilargi Meijer of The Automatic Earth

Janet Yellen is not talking to you. But she IS talking about you.

Janet Yellen Is An Insult To Americans

Via: Zerohedge.com

If you’re a girl and you’re old and you’re grey and you’re the size of a hobbit, who’s going to get angry at you? If your predecessor had all the qualities anyone could look for in a garden gnome, and his predecessor was known mainly as a forward drooling incoherent oracle, how bad could it get? Think they select Fed heads them on purpose for how well they would fit into the Shire?

Janet Yellen has a serious problem: the story no longer fits. The Fed under Bernanke said in its forward guidance that it would taper if certain job market conditions were met. And now they have been, at least on paper, but Yellen knows only too well that those are not the real numbers [ZH: as we explicitly warned would happen in December 2012].

She’s acutely aware of how the BLS calculates US unemployment numbers. She knows about all the millions of people who are not counted as being in the labor force anymore, all the millions who are forced to work part time jobs, all those working more than one job just to make ends meet, and all of the above who simply don’t bring home enough money at the end of the month to pay the bills.

She knows it all, but she has to go by the official numbers, lest the US government looks like a bunch of manipulative inglourious lying bastards. So this afternoon she once again went off into that staple most boring and elaborate speech this side of your least favorite librarian. It’s a routine job for Janet.

But imagine, or maybe you don’t have to because you actively experience it on a daily basis, that you’re unemployed or you’re working 3 jobs or you’re simply just scraping by and still always falling behind, you got credit card debt, maybe a looming foreclosure. And then Janet Yellen speaks, at Jackson Hole, an event you will certainly never be invited to, but she talks about the policies she and her minions decide on that will greatly influence your life too.

How about this fine paragraph courtesy of her spin writers:

… wage developments reflect not only cyclical but also secular trends that have likely affected the evolution of labor’s share of income in recent years. As I noted, real wages have been rising less rapidly than productivity, implying that real unit labor costs have been declining, a pattern suggesting that there is scope for nominal wages to accelerate from their recent pace without creating meaningful inflationary pressure. However, research suggests that the decline in real unit labor costs may partly reflect secular factors that predate the recession, including changing patterns of production and international trade, as well as measurement issues. If so, productivity growth could continue to outpace real wage gains even when the economy is again operating at its potential.

If you’re an unemployed American, like millions of your fellow country[women and men], what are you supposed to think about that, or do with it? If you’re busting your behind just to feed your kids, and perhaps provide a decent education for them, so they don’t end up in the streets in some gang or drug operation, what do those words mean?

Janet Yellen is not talking to you. But she IS talking about you. Just in a language you don’t understand. And that you’re not supposed to understand. Or she would choose to use different words. Yellen and her fellow ” the ring is mine” chasers won’t invite you to their meetings, and they won’t talk in a language that relates to you. They will, however, make decisions that affect your life, and often to a great extent.

What Yellen said in her speech today is that while she’s bound to go by the official numbers, she knows very well those numbers have very little to do with the reality Americans experience in their lives.
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Another Prime Example Of FEAR: Good People Afraid of Abandoning The Destructive System

When you receive U.S. Dollars in exchange for your labor, you have not been paid.
You’re only paid when you exchange those U.S. Dollars for something else that you want later.
U.S. Dollars are not backed by anything other than the faith that they will be accepted later.
Imagine: many people and nations no longer accepting U.S. dollars.  Prepare accordingly.

We have reported here many times, that many “good”, wealthy individuals recognize the systemic fraud and destructive monetary system, yet they want to reset it for another cycle…
The most popular opposition to our efforts toward real systemic changes that abolishes fractional reserve banking may come from those who have previously criticized the banking system for fraud and criminality.
Below is another example, this time from Alasdair Macleod, who correctly points to why it is both difficult and time consuming to remove the U.S. Dollar as the world’s reserve currency, as he text his fears:
“[No one] has come close to proposing a realistic alternative. [...] they could end up undermining the dollar and with it an extremely fragile global monetary system.”

“And again I say unto you, It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God.” -Matthew 19:24


No escape from the dollar as the currency standard

By Alasdair Macleod Posted 15 August 2014 goldmoney.com
All commodities and near-commodities are priced internationally in dollars, and the dollar is used for over 80% of cross-border trade settlements. Consequently the dollar is the base currency for all countries’ foreign reserves, giving it its reserve status. However, there are now challenges to the dollar’s hegemony, with Russia, China as well as the other members, dialog-partners and associates of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), taking deliberate steps towards doing away with the dollar entirely for pan-Asian trade. Recent developments setting up a rival to the IMF by the BRICS nations is part of this challenge.

If you follow the geopolitics, you might reasonably conclude that the dollar’s dominance has peaked and is now declining. The SCO appears to believe there can be a transition away from the dollar, an idea that could turn out to be dangerously wrong at a time of great but generally unrecognised currency fragility. At the heart of the issue there is a worrying lack of distinction between the dollar’s reserve function and its function as the monetary standard from when it replaced gold in 1971. To fully appreciate the importance of the dollar as the standard for all other currencies, we must review the monetary history behind how and why the dollar replaced gold, and the implications for today.
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U.S. “Pivot” Stumbles in Thailand

August 19, 2014 (Tony Cartalucci – NEO) – Months after the May 22, 2014 military coup that ousted the regime of Thaksin Shinawatra, the military-led government has been working in earnest to uproot the Shinawatra political machine as well as realign the Kingdom’s foreign policy to represent a better balance between China’s rising power and the West’s waning but meddlesome influence.

Uprooting the West’s Unwarranted Influence 

The regime of Thaksin Shinawatra, led by nepotist proxy via his own sister, Yingluck Shinawatra, represented an inequity between this balance. Shinawatra has been a long-time family friend of the Bush political dynasty, was a member of the Carlyle Group, and since being ousted from power himself in a similar military coup in 2006, has been openly represented by some of the largest corporate lobbying firms on Earth, including, Kenneth Adelman of the Edelman PR firm (Freedom HouseInternational Crisis Group,PNAC), James Baker of Baker Botts (CFR, Carlyle Group), Robert Blackwill (CFR) of Barbour Griffith & Rogers (BGR)Kobre & KimBell Pottinger (and here) and currently Robert Amsterdam of Amsterdam & Partners (Chatham House).

While in office Shinawatra took up a decided pro-West stance, economically and geopolitically. To the protest of the Royal Thai Army and the Thai people themselves, Shinawatra sent Thai troops to aid in the illegal invasion and occupation of Iraq. He also authorized the US CIA to use Thai territory to carry out their abhorrent “rendition” program. Shinawatra also attempted to ram-rod through an unpopular and quite illegal free trade agreement with America’s Fortune 500.

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Central Problem: Central Bankers Meeting at Jackson Hole 21 Aug 2014

2 Betrayal of trustSome People think the central banksters are “Finding New Excuses to Maintain Low Interest Rates For Longer“.
Sounds like a Ponzi Economy.
Janet Yellen, Mario Draghi, Mark Carney, and the other central banksters maybe acting in concert, not ready to stop the music.
Is China in big trouble? According to the Australian Financial Review (AFR), “China’s property market is going through its worst slump on record…”
For 7 years central bankers have promised “RECOVERY” is here. Worst. Recovery. Ever.
no recovery seen

Labor Participation

The labor force participation rate has been steadily falling over the last two decades.
Some of this decline is due to changing demographics. The population is aging, and many workers who were at or near retirement age ahead of the financial crisis haven’t made it back into the workforce.
But an aging population doesn’t answer all the questions, since the labor force participation rate has also dropped for prime-age workers.

Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/jackson-hole-preview-august-19-2014-8

There was a time, and I admit I miss it, when the August Jackson Hole conference of central bankers got about as much mainstream attention as a particularly well-attended chess match.
Those were the good old days, before financialization, economic crisis and political paralysis gave monetary policy an arguably too central role in the economy and the allocation of capital.

This week when central bankers from around the world meet at the Kansas City Federal Reserve’s conclave at Jackson Hole, Wyoming, investors and many other people who ought to have better things to do will pay avid interest to the proceedings. [...] And, as some central bankers themselves might agree, there are good reasons to regret the centrality of monetary policy. A generation of investors and business people has learned to allocate capital under these conditions and the results have not been encouraging. -James Saft


Why You Should Care About Jackson Hole

Central bankers, a group of largely independent technocrats, wield more power over the fates of politicians, investors and regular folk than ever before. In the absence of government action, they are bearing most of the burden of supporting economic recoveries in the U.S. and Europe. With their bond purchases and other unconventional policies, they have become a major force holding up financial markets around the world.
Hence, when they gather for their annual meeting in Jackson Hole, Wyoming — as they will starting Friday — it’s worth paying attention.

Read more: http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2014-08-19/why-you-should-care-about-jackson-hole

Wonkbook: What the world’s top central bankers will be talking about at Jackson Hole

  • A group of Americans larger than Washington state’s population can find only part-time work….Those 7.5 million part-time workers who want full-time jobs are inflating the broad measure of underemployment [the job market is in poor health]. Involuntary part-time workers have gained by 325,000 from February’s five-year low.
  • “The U.S. labor market still has plenty of unused capacity or ‘slack,’ and that hurts workers at the bottom of the income ladder the most, according to a paper released Friday by two economists from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. They say labor market conditions have ‘yet to revert fully to prerecessionary levels.’ If job market conditions prevalent in 2005 through 2007, before the recession started, had been restored by this summer, the authors estimate, then average real wage growth, adjusted for inflation, would have been 0.5 percentage point to 1 percentage point higher.” Pedro Nicolaci da Costa in The Wall Street Journal.
  • Timing of first rate hike?
    “Fed forecasts show most officials expect to start raising rates next year. Many market participants see mid-2015 as the starting point. The Fed’s move is especially important because many of the world’s other central banks follow its lead. If Ms. Yellen waits, other central banks will have an incentive to wait, too.”

Read more: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2014/08/19/wonkbook-what-the-worlds-top-central-bankers-will-be-talking-about-at-jackson-hole/













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Bush Administration Lawsuit Hearing Scheduled for Sept. 11th

Originally posted on 2012: What's the 'real' truth?:

Posted by Quiet Mike 
Friday, July 25, 2014

bush administration lawsuitLast summer, Inder Comar, Esq. filed a lawsuit against the Bush Administration on behalf of Iraqi refugee plaintiff Sundus Shaker Saleh. It is a noble attempt to hold the Bush Administration accountable for war crimes and a case that Quiet Mike has been following from the beginning.

Earlier this year, the Department of Justice, who is defending the six Bush Administration officials, responded to the lawsuit by requesting that the case be dismissed. The Bush tribe is claiming that the planning of the war occurred within the scope of their employment and therefore they have immunity.

Rather than dismissing the case, the Judge asked for additional information. So Mr. Comar filed a 2nd amended complaint back in June. The amended complaint…

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Kevin Annett on the Satanic Cult Ritual Arrests in Montreal Aug 15 [video]








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