Archive for June 2015

Greek debt line: banks close, ATM lines mount & IMF payment looms

This brief video summarises the Greek financial situation today.

For me, the question is, will this situation be used to trigger the unravelling of the global financial system, which carries – literally – at least 1.4 quadrillion dollars in derivative exposure?

The system is beyond anyone’s ability to save it when it goes. In my view, intentionally.

Time will tell. If you didn’t watch this second video when I shared it, I suggest you do.

Labour peer Lord Janner WILL face prosecution for historic child sex abuse

Labour peer Lord Janner will face prosecution for child sex offences, Britain’s most senior prosecutor Alison Saunders revealed this morning.

The ruling comes just months after Ms Saunders, the Director for Public Prosecutions, announced that the 86-year-old was too ill to stand trial – even though there was ‘sufficient evidence to prosecute’.

However, following widespread outrage at the decision, an independent review has now recommended that the original ruling be overturned.

Ms Saunders is now facing a fight to stay in her job, with victims groups and MPs calling for her to resign.

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Perhaps those who protect these paedo-satanic practices  decided Janner’s protection was too high a price to pay. There are simply far too many stories out there of his practices being covered up by police. However, it is doubtful this thread will get pulled to unravel the entire tapestry of this abuse. The lines will have already been drawn before this action was announced.

I continue to come across people who, in other areas, are alert to and even focussed upon revealing the game behind the game, yet are unwilling to contemplate this global control system, for which the evidence is abundant, along with the endless cover-ups that keep it protected. Britain is where it has been most on show, but it is global, of which I have shared evidence in these posts.

Hackers Stole Secrets of U.S. Government Workers’ Sex Lives

The above is a good headline that should draw lots of readers. The article is revealing more detail of what was exposed by the recent hack of a US Government personnel database at the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). It’s comprehensive and, without going into the details, the security of the database was extremely poor, despite decade old advice on fixing it – amazing, perhaps, in the post-Snowden world. And what was held in that database was more comprehensive than most realised. I quote:

Infidelity. Sexual fetishes. Drug abuse. Crushing debt. They’re the most intimate secrets of U.S. government workers. And now they’re in the hands of foreign hackers.

It was already being described as the worst hack of the U.S. government in history. And it just got much worse.

A senior U.S. official has confirmed that foreign hackers compromised the intimate personal details of an untold number of government workers. Likely included in the hackers’ haul: information about workers’ sexual partners, drug and alcohol abuse, debts, gambling compulsions, marital troubles, and any criminal activity.

Those details, which are now presumed to be in the hands of Chinese spies, are found in the so-called “adjudication information” that U.S. investigators compile on government employees and contractors who are applying for security clearances. The exposure suggests that the massive computer breach at the Office of Personnel Management is more significant and potentially damaging to national security than officials have previously said.

Three former U.S. intelligence officials told The Daily Beast that the adjudication information would effectively provide dossiers on current and former government employees, as well as contractors. It gives foreign intelligence agencies a roadmap for finding people with access to the government’s most highly classified secrets.

Obama administration officials had previously acknowledged the breach of information that applicants voluntarily disclose on a routine questionnaire, called Standard Form 86, but the theft of the more detailed and wide-ranging adjudication information appears to have gone overlooked.

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It’s difficult to understand the real agendas behind such a hack when, after you peel the onion far enough, all governments are owned and controlled by the same forces. Nevertheless, these very personal details (I’m not clear why such detail is required for government employment in the first place) are in the hands of others and, perhaps, now very public. For me, the issue is how this data can be used for blackmail or coercion, since these things are considered “precious” in our world.

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