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The madness of a usurious technocratic state... in Ireland.
The company tokens are taken from one group and given to another , taken back again , vommited up again...and so on.
At 8.50 Fitzgerald hints at the underlying dynamic.
The monopoly have decided to raise the general price level yet again.
"It's for the political system to decide " who gets to eat and who does not.
This makes plain the social credit critique of monopoly capitalism.
Class war is a consequence of usury or in this case industrial sabotage .
Society would get on just fine with these diabolical interventions.
People get driven to madness because of this evil.

Feb 23, 2019 at 2:15 AM | Unregistered CommenterThe Dork of Cork

Snowing in Tuscon Arizona .
Apparently higher elevation Flagstaff has been buried in the white stuff.

Feb 23, 2019 at 1:56 AM | Unregistered CommenterThe Dork of Cork

the real calibre of Gleick here
see also :
On February 20, 2012, Gleick announced he was responsible for the unauthorized distribution of documents from The Heartland Institute in mid-February. Gleick reported he had received "an anonymous document in the mail describing what appeared to be details of the Heartland Institute's climate program strategy", and in trying to verify the authenticity of the document, had "solicited and received additional materials directly from the Heartland Institute under someone else's name". Charming feller aint he

Feb 22, 2019 at 11:52 PM | Unregistered CommenterKleinefeldmaus

Climate Science propaganda ramps it up against Trump appointing Will Happer:

Bloomberg panic, and get expertise from the best disgraced "Climate Scientist" they could find
“He’s not someone on the street who’s unaware or ignorant; he’s a scientist,” said Peter Gleick, a climate scientist and member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences. “In theory he has the mental skills to analyze and understand this problem, but he has clearly abandoned them in favor of an ideological position that’s not based on facts."

Gleick is an expert on the ethics of lying

Feb 22, 2019 at 10:53 PM | Unregistered Commentergolf charlie

Feb 22, 2019 at 7:49 PM | Mark Hodgson

Ian Austin did not resign because of BREXIT, but racism. Those that have aligned themselves with the Independent "Group" from Labour, had already been attacked by Labour's enforcers known as Momentum, for pointing out racism within Labour, that Corbyn did not consider existed having honoured Chakrabarti for reporting what she was told to report.

Plus they were not happy about Corbyn's defiance to offer any positive Leadership over BREXIT, despite favouring it himself, because he only cared to oppose.

On balance, I would say they all resigned because of Corbyn + Momentum. They were NOT going to shack-up with the Liberals or Conservatives. Why did they wait so long?

The three Conservatives all resigned because of BREXIT. They left it so long thinking that there would be a Back Bench revolt. They are still hoping that will happen. I don't think they sided with those seeking No Confidence in May, but they did have Confidence in her Government, fearing Corbyn.

For complete hypocrisy and double standards Stop the War Coalition have caused more bloodshed and destruction than Osama Bin Laden could have hoped for. The list of Notable Members is a disgrace to British Politics.

Feb 22, 2019 at 9:50 PM | Unregistered Commentergolf charlie

At least former Labour MP Ian Austin opposed a "People's Vote" re-running the referendum, so the charge of hypocrisy I aim at the other MPs resigning from their parties cannot be aimed at him. However, I still think that any MP, who resigns from the party on whose manifesto they were elected, should fight a by-election.

I know they can hide behind outdated constitutional theory to the effect that the electorate votes for the individual rather than the party, but the reality of modern political life means that the constitutional theory is hopelessly out of date. Perhaps some people vote for the individual, but the majority almost certainly vote for the party label, and the simple reality is that most, and probably all, of the MPs who have just left their parties would not now be MPs had they stood as independents at the last general election.

Feb 22, 2019 at 7:49 PM | Unregistered CommenterMark Hodgson

The BBC's North American Correspondent takes times off from his main job of tweeting hate against Trump,
to comment that today is a snow day in DC so offices are closed and complain that the BBC office is still open.
\\ Have come to work, but now can’t get any done because I am hypnotised by the falling snow #Snowmageddon //

Feb 22, 2019 at 6:16 PM | Registered Commenterstewgreen

Nobody warms to Climate Scientists anymore. It is becoming Politically Incorrect.

Feb 22, 2019 at 5:35 PM | Unregistered Commentergolf charlie

"A federal judge in Pennsylvania dismissed a climate lawsuit brought by an environmental organization and two children against the federal government. The lawsuit, Clean Air Council v. United States, claimed that Trump administration rollbacks of environmental regulations and other “anti-science” decisions violate Constitutional rights and the public trust. "

"In dismissing the case before him, Diamond said the Pennsylvania plaintiffs, who filed the suit in 2017, lacked standing. The two boys said their serious allergies and asthma were directly linked to the impacts of climate change, but Diamond said they failed to directly tie their injuries to government actions. Diamond said he interpreted this case as a political dispute. “Plaintiffs’ disagreement with Defendants is a policy debate best left to the political process,” he wrote."

Feb 22, 2019 at 5:33 PM | Unregistered Commentergolf charlie

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