Wednesday, 27 November 2013

This week in epic Transparency roll out!

Everything is moving so fast forward right now, that it's leaving a sonic boom in it's wake!!  I honestly can barely keep up with the information that is rolling "off the presses" right now- thank goodness for the best Research team on the planet, and my husband who's constantly scrolling through various sites- they all keep me well informed!!

The amount of TRANSPARENCY  that has been throwing itself into the public's eye has been truly astounding.  I'm going to outline a few articles that really jumped out at me.  As usual, my highlights and comments in blue.

Obama’s call to close Vatican embassy is ‘slap in the face’ to Roman Catholics

"...And while U.S. officials are touting the relocation as a security measure that’s a cautionary reaction to last year’s attacks on America's facility in Benghazi, several former American envoys are raising the red flag.

It’s a “massive downgrade of U.S.-Vatican ties,” said former U.S. Ambassador James Nicholson in the National Catholic Reporter. “It’s turning this embassy into a stepchild of the embassy to Italy. The Holy See is a pivot point for international affairs and a major listening post for the United States, and … [it’s] an insult to American Catholics and to the Vatican.”..."
*Hows that for a nice slice of transparency?*

page 2:
"Separately, the system may run into a problem when it stops producing new bitcoins — way off in the year 2140. But this is only really a problem if Bitcoin begins to replace federal monies — if it becomes what’s called “the unit of account” in countries like Japan and the U.S. This means that goods and services would actually be priced in bitcoins.
As it stands, our goods and services are still priced in currencies like yen and dollars. At merchants that accept bitcoins, like the Subway sandwich shop in Allentown, Pennsylvania, prices are merely converted from federal currencies into the digital money. But if bitcoin becomes the unit of account and then a depression hits, it could be difficult to turn the economy around."
 * read the entire article and then think about who now controls Bitcoin.... OH Wait, this sorta outlines that nicely: *

Bitcoin hits $700 during surprisingly friendly Senate hearing on the virtual currency
"...While the hearing was frontloaded with discussion of the potential for virtual currencies to be used for crime, there was no sense of alarm about the strange new world of Bitcoin. The government's representatives seemed confident that they have the tools to monitor and contain crime even when facilitated by Bitcoin or another virtual currency, citing the busts of eGold, Liberty Reserve, and the Silk Road.

Besides, as Raman said, "Cash is still probably the best medium for laundering money."

Today's hearing was inconclusive but it seems to indicate that regulatory agencies and legislators are more interested in controlling Bitcoin than regulating it. "
*Another side note on this- specifically to all those people in the various Skype Banking rooms who might remember a few certain people who were trying to push the "virtual currencies" and trying to talk to Caleb about Bitcoin and other currencies of this type:  Do you SEE what they were trying to do?  If they could of convinced Caleb to either create his own virtual currency on ProjectXIII or to take on Bitcoin, they  were directly trying to tie him and PXIII into the legal pockets of the UST and Federal Reserve.  It was a very very transparent move to those of us who knew what was going on with Bitcoin:

21/09/2012  16:05  D. Breakingthesilence: "Two Key pieces to solve the Big puzzle of creating new methods of Value Exchange
+ Bitcoins + Local action"

ahhhhhhhh- this is even funnier- I know where he's going with this even before reading it!

US bank customers to pay for deposits if ‘easy money’ fades away

"Americans may have to start paying to keep money in the bank. Retail banks have warned they might need to start charging customers and companies for deposits if the US Federal Reserve cuts interest it pays on bank reserves....

....Big US banks like Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, and Wells Fargo may try to make up the lost revenue by passing along the burden to their depositors. Low interest rates, and the threat of negative rates, would give banks little incentive to hold onto money without an “extra”  benefit, like charging a premium.

....America’s big banks keep trillions of dollars in the Federal Reserve as a risk-free overnight money-earner,  * bullshit- the money is put into over night offmarket trading which is how the banks really earn their money * but cutting interest on reserves would end this practice.

The premiums would go towards a US government insurance program.
*also bullshit!  what did judge dale just say in the article I posted last night about the FDIC? *
 “Right now you can at least break even from a revenue perspective,” a bank executive told the FT, warning more cuts by the Fed “would turn it into negative revenue – banks would be disincentivised to take deposits and potentially charge for them.” "

And then there is the Pope's new Apostolic exhortation.  Let us remember WHO it is that has been pushing for a "New World Order" HERE   HERE  HERE  ... oh and HERE HERE  and HERE  


'Not to share wealth with poor is to steal': Pope slams capitalism as 'new tyranny'

 ""How can it be that it is not a news item when an elderly homeless person dies of exposure, but it is news when the stock market loses two points?" Pope Francis asked an audience at the Vatican.

The global economic crisis, which has gripped much of Europe and America, has the Pope asking how countries can function, or realize their full economic potential, if they are weighed down by the debts of capitalism.

“A new tyranny is thus born, invisible and often virtual, which unilaterally and relentlessly imposes its own laws and rules,” the 84-page document, known as an apostolic exhortation, said.

*"Often Virtual"?  interesting expression, isn't it? *
"To all this we can add widespread corruption and self-serving tax evasion, which has taken on worldwide dimensions. The thirst for power and possessions knows no limits", the pope’s document says.

He goes on to explain that in this system, which tends to devour everything which stands in the way of increased profits, whatever is fragile, like the environment, is defenseless before the interests of a deified market, which has become the only rule we live by.
Shameful wealth

Inequality between the rich and the poor has reached a new threshold, and in his apostolic exhortation to mark the end of the “Year of Faith”, Pope Francis asks for better politicians to heal the scars capitalism made on society. ..."

The comments made below the article are quite interesting to read, in and of themselves!

Then you have CNNs twist on the Apostolic Exhortation:

Pope Francis calls for big changes in Roman Catholic Church

(CNN) -- Pope Francis on Tuesday called for major changes in the Roman Catholic Church -- from the top down -- saying he knows it will be a messy business but he expects his flock to dive in feet-first....

...The Pope's address, called an "apostolic exhortation," is basically a pep talk from the throne of St. Peter. ..."
The difference between's report, which completely lays the blame on the governments, banks and "capitalism",  and CNN's report  which completely lays the blame on the people themselves and primarily focuses on the Church and it's stance on abortion and women in the priesthood, is rather quite telling in my opinion.

More and more and more...... a little extra reading of interest if you have the time and it resonates with you to take a look.  From our Research Team:

Nice deal and why not when the regulator is themselves!

More to come for the banks

A hidden stash of gold bars worth $1.2 million was found in a commercial jet's bathroom In India..... gold or tungsten?

Among the victims on the Tatarstan Airlines Boeing-737 were Irek Minnikhanov, son of Tatarstan President Rustam Minnikhanov, and the head of the regional branch of the Federal Security

Bigger than Libor? Forex probe hangs over banks

COMEX Halts Gold Trading Twice In One Day After $200 Million Sell Trades

 Zimbabwe gives foreign shops 30-day ultimatum
Official overseeing 'economic empowerment' tells parliamentary committee foreigners in informal sector must quit. *ps: Zimbabwe is one of the currencies that is set to skyrocket ... just sayin' *

Angie must be a popular girl  (chuckle)

Ukraine said to hell with EU!

We're going up the ladder… now get the CEO and the owners

And if you're really looking for some good ol fashion entertainment, send a facebook friend request to Karen Hudes and read the stuff posted on her wall. According to a recorded interview she did with Mel Ve,   Heather is shill and  a Jesuit --because she used the same "graphic design company as the Jesuits"  (actually heather designed the OPPT logo on a beaten up laptop with an ancient copy of some graphics program and Paint!!),  but Karen is apparently very interested in looking into Swissindo's information..... apparently no one told her that all of Swissindo's so called actions are built on the UCC filings of OPPT!!  too much fun coming out of that corner!!!!  I could spend hours copying and pasting all the conversations, emails between karen and various people that have been sent to me, and the posts that she's put and/or deleted from her facebook wall..... but I really can't be chuffed.  She's making herself very very transparent right now.

And this video is well worth the 8 minutes to watch it as a Montana Mountain man leaves the local judge speechless when he stands up in court and tells it like it is:

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