Friday, October 31, 2014




Also, not to be in serious denial.  Too many times the asleep coma is upon our consciousnesses and therefore, we are not ready, not ready for the worst of the imaginations in those that imagine "WE WILL REBUILD".

POTUS#44, SAID that, as a statement which so many past insane of our Homo Sapiens species, have also done for those that are called the "GLOBALIST TRANSNATIONALS", the "BRAND MODERN".

Criminally perfected mass murder, disaster capitalism.  When the "money" is virtually a truth in complete criminal fraud.

DIVINE is to go to sleep, in the state of deep alpha-beta-theta-delta get a sense of all our 'humanity' and awaken with the knowing FOUR W'S 1 H, and be ready for the awakening.

infinite tao i thank thee that tao hearest my prayer i thank thee that tao hearest me always i thank thee that tao hast already given me all that my heart can wish for all that my life may need for the time that is and the eternity that is to be and tao with infinite supreme joy and unspeakable thanksgiving i come to thee to receive infinite tao that tao hast from all eternity treasured for me
.. to be continued, GROW A WITHOUT CEASING TRUST IN FAITH! time has run-almost-out ...]


Partners in Crime

  If you were to design a criminal law and justice program from scratch, you might go out and hire the author of the foremost criminal law casebook, a top constitutional scholar, a couple of the world’s leading sociologists of crime and punishment, renowned former defenders and prosecutors, the chief architect of groundbreaking clinical education programs, an economist and expert on business crime, an authority on international criminal law and national security issues, noted experts on Chinese criminal law, a rising sentencing scholar, and acclaimed public interest lawyers who specialize in representing death-row inmates.

Or you could just clone the criminal law faculty of the New York University School of Law.

“We have the strongest criminal law faculty in legal academia,” says Professor James Jacobs, the group’s de facto chair and director of the NYU School of Law’s Center for Research in Crime and Justice. Or the most diverse, interdisciplinary, collegial, or innovative faculty, depending on whom you ask. Whichever adjective you settle on, the NYU School of Law offers an embarrassment of riches to students seeking knowledge and training in criminal law. Whether you are interested in combating terrorism or the latest in rehabilitation, leading scholars can be found at NYU.

Along with the world-class faculty are extraordinarily wide-ranging course offerings, research centers, colloquia, and special programs. Policy-makers and practitioners from all over the world regularly converge on Washington Square South to explore critical issues in crime and punishment. Governments and grant-makers routinely single out the NYU School of Law faculty and alumni for important roles in the administration of criminal justice—both here and abroad. The criminal law program and its scholarship has emerged from, and burnishes, the same legacy that brought the NYU School of Law to national prominence during the past 20 years or so.

Making the Case for NYU

In the past decade, the NYU School of Law has welcomed such leading lights as Stephen Schulhofer, co-author of the leading criminal law casebook; David Garland, who virtually invented the field of the sociology of punishment; Jerome Skolnick, a noted sociologist of policing; Anthony Thompson, founder of the country’s first offender reentry clinic; Jennifer Arlen, a 1986 graduate, and one of the few law and economics scholars of corporate wrongdoing; Barry Friedman, an expert in criminal procedure; Kim Taylor Thompson, a national authority on indigent defense; and Bryan Stevenson, a prominent death penalty litigator. Long-time faculty members like Anthony Amsterdam, Paul Chevigny, Harry First, Martin Guggenheim (’71), Randy Hertz, James Jacobs, Holly Maguigan, David Richards, and Harry Subin are recognized throughout the country as being preeminent in their fields as well. Having succeeded in drawing a critical mass of scholars with a central interest in criminal law, the Law School attracts an exceptional group of adjunct faculty. Scholars and practitioners are keen to visit the NYU School of Law and to participate in its lively intellectual community.

It would be difficult to find another law school with such a large criminal law faculty, or a group of professors who are so collegial and interested in one another’s work. “We have built a real sense of community among the criminal law and justice group despite diverse politics, methodologies, and interests,” Jacobs says. “There is great camaraderie and vibrant exchange.” Schulhofer agrees: “The NYU School of Law is home to a variety of academic orientations, offering not just a theoretical approach to the law, but also the perspectives of litigation, empirical research, community service, and intersecting fields like psychology and gender studies. This keeps it stimulating and exciting, especially given the constant opportunities for informal interaction among faculty at weekly lunches, monthly lectures, and programs put on by the Hauser Global Law School Program, the Brennan Center for Justice, and the Center on Law and Security.”

David Garland, the Arthur T. Vanderbilt Professor of Law, who moved with his family from Scotland to join NYU’s faculty permanently after several stints as a visitor, finds the Law School’s intellectual life intense and energizing: “The Law School is like a small university all to itself. The presence of so many great criminal law scholars and clinicians, and the frequent opportunities for interaction at lunches and colloquia, are a tremendous resource and stimulus.” Garland, a professor of both law and sociology, is currently working on a study of capital punishment in U.S. culture. He says he cannot imagine a better place to conduct his research than here, particularly given the presence of colleagues Stevenson, Amsterdam and Hertz, all of whom, says Garland, are legendary figures in the world of death penalty litigation.

As a scholar focused on corporate crime, there were three reasons to come to NYU, says Jennifer Arlen, the Norma Z. Paige Professor of Law: “First, NYU has one of the strongest groups of faculty in three areas important to my work: criminal law, corporate law, and law and economics. Second, being at NYU gives me access to the excellent cadre of visitors—leading people in their fields—who come to NYU. You don’t have to track people down; eventually the best people come here. Third, being at NYU helps me to ground my work in the real world by giving me access to very smart people who practice law in New York, many of whom are involved with NYU as adjunct faculty or participate in events organized by NYU’s Center for Law and Business.” One way Arlen takes advantage of these resources is by caucusing at top law firms such as Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz and Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, sharing academic ideas with some of the best lawyers who handle the most complex cases and obtaining critical insights into the real-world institutional dynamics and relationships that influence corporate transactions.

For Harry First, the Charles L. Denison Professor of Law, NYU proved itself a top destination when it lured Arlen to join the faculty. “When Jennifer came here from the University of Southern California, the NYU School of Law became one of the few law schools in the country to have two full-time faculty members who teach business crime,” he says. First served as chief of the Antitrust Bureau in the Office of the New York State Attorney General Eliot Spitzer from 1999 to 2001, directing New York’s antitrust enforcement efforts in cases ranging from bid-rigging to Microsoft. He found that the post provided “a welcome opportunity to see how the practice of law keeps changing and to get a realistic sense of how legal disputes are resolved, tried, and settled today.” First’s hands-on experience in antitrust enforcement is a resource that he draws on in his scholarship and classroom teaching. He is revising his business crimes casebook, in collaboration with Arlen, and intends to deal with the complexity of both today’s white-collar criminal activity and the multiple and overlapping responses by state and federal enforcement agencies. “More than anything,” he says, “I hope that the liveliness and currency of classroom discussion and case analysis has been improved by my stint in public service.” He anticipates even greater strength in NYU’s business crime area with the addition this year of Professor Kevin Davis, formerly of the University of Toronto, who was a visiting professor at the Law School last year.

New York City provides broad opportunities for the Law School’s clinicians who consider the criminal law clinical offerings the best in the nation. According to Randy Hertz, professor of clinical law and director of clinical and advocacy programs, there is no place better than New York City to develop innovative clinical programs given the variety of defenders’ offices and communitybased organizations and the city’s diverse populations with strong civic involvement. He credits the NYU School of Law with making the most of what New York has to offer: “NYU attracts a solid core of public interest law students and consistently hires the best clinicians available, allowing for a large program with great opportunities for interaction in and out of the classroom.”

Two of those clinicians are Kim Taylor-Thompson and Anthony Thompson. Taylor-Thompson was teaching at Stanford Law School and Thompson was in private practice when they got the call from former NYU School of Law dean, now NYU president, John Sexton inviting them to think about a move cross country—something they hadn’t been considering. But once they took a look at the department, they were hooked. “We saw that Randy Hertz presented a high-quality program and we could do some growing professionally,” Thompson says. As if to prove that point, both are working on new books, with expected publication dates in 2005.

The newest member of the criminal law faculty, Professor Rachel Barkow, was also attracted by the unusual spirit of innovation and community at the Law School. Following a clerkship with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, and then a stint practicing regulatory law at Kellogg, Huber, Hansen, Todd & Evans in Washington, D.C., Barkow chose to begin her teaching career at the NYU School of Law in part because the place pioneered the requirement of administrative and regulatory law in the first-year curriculum. “I came here because I like working with incredibly smart people who do not rest on their laurels,” Barkow says.

“The Law School is full of people who are leaders in their fields yet who are always interested in what a colleague is doing.” As a teacher of both firstyear Administrative Law and Criminal Law, Barkow sees important connections between the two: “When you get involved in the criminal justice system, you are really interacting with an administrative regime.” Given the list of important criminal justice decisions made outside the courtroom—plea bargains, charging decisions, sentencing guidelines, parole board rulings, among others—Barkow’s scholarship has explored the mechanisms of administrative oversight of law enforcement including through jury nullification and sentencing commissions. As the leading young scholar of sentencing law, Barkow recently testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee on reforming the Federal Sentencing Guidelines in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision last June in Blakely v. Washington, which casts doubt on the guidelines’ constitutionality.

Editor’s note: Since this article was published in September 2004, Erin Murphy has joined the faculty. 


A very sophisticated system was concocted.  The websites, when GLOBALIZATION began full-throttle, well Treasurers had their own "BENT" ? websites, too.  And the COURTS?  Yes, the most "prestigious" had slogans.  ENVY OF THE WORLD.  One of the most high in the level of the system absolutely had those words, may to this day, I could not bear to see most of the "Globalists" intentions to totalitarian earth's planet.


We have a United States President that is CRIMINAL FRAUD.  Begin with the fact, that, he isn't a "lawyer" and neither was Louis Brandeis.  And, that's the RUB alright:  "CRIMINAL JUSTICE CENTER" IS INDEED "WHAT IT IS" AND CUI BONO!!!  OXYMORON:  "CRIMINAL JUSTICE"!  IE  WALL STREET WINS BIG TIME HARVESTING SHYLOCK IN "ITS'" POUNDS OF FLESH!!!  MIND-AMERICA IS DAMNED HERE IN THIS TIME.  "Digital VIRTUAL Money" purchases ?


Lock them up, torture them and yes, kill them whenever the killing gets done.  Never-mind, "God's Work" is getting done.  GOD'S WORK!  WTF, FIRE THAT DEVIL RIGHT NOW!

TWO (2) "R/s" the question gets asked in the County of Cowlitz, the JAIL.  The sickness in the smaller communities and the sickness in the larger - BIG CITIES IN THE SOUTH, EG ALABAMA!

Reading-Riting-Rithmetic are what STUDENTS of "Education" learn, the elementary skills to understand language.  The USA has become a melting pot of disassociated humans.  The society is so tragic I can't begin to actually discuss what I now know, from experiencing what the SPIRIT of the LAW directs me into.

Growing the human population, making that "body of society" as sick as can be made to be, under-educate-uneducated-made-into-imbeciles AND WORSE -- psychopathy isn't a secret as the made-to-order "American Society".

Vaccinate the species, take the underdeveloped BRAIN and commit APARTHEID "Split The Hood":  Metzitzah B'peh, Circumcision, whatever can be inflicted as "see the fetus grow".

GENOCIDE?  How difficult when there is not in reality, a whole healthy HUMAN BEING.  MONSANTO, GMOS ROUND-UP OH MY GOD.

PLEASE address reality those that are here and do have some synapses in the brain-blood-mind-body SPIRIT.  Call the higher intelligent factor the RULE OF LAW, LETTER-SPIRIT  |  VERVE-CHI-KI-QUI, chemistry-energy-force-source REAL SCIENTIFIC FORENSICS, IMAGINATION-CLEAN-WHOLE-FIRM, POWER of "BEING WELL-BALANCED HUMAN".  The higher of the species "Homo Sapiens" should now get a CHANCE TO CHANGE the "dial~tone"?!  Is anybody at home?!

Oh my GOD, we've IPhones in Century 21, too!  Courts are not technology virtuosos and that's a very serious problem for the state of affairs called "GLOBALISM".

The OBAMA whatever the name really is, and then the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Louis Brandeis and his same addiction to owning masses of slaves, in reality.

Slavery and killing the commodity is the ORDER for those that have been in a spin called suicide of their own species, a culture suicide

Arnold Joseph ToynbeeQUOTES

Arnold Joseph Toynbee

>>“Civilizations die from suicide, not by murder.”<<

>>Whew, scary to go into their "imagination/$" but, we did.

Not a new concept.  Been at this horror since the beginning of time.  Time is going to be the tale-teller, yet again.



HISTORICAL writing about HISTORY, is also applicable to, today.  He left America (said USA became also like why he left Russia - "GODLESS / GODLESSNESS"), and ALEXANDER-SOLZHENITZYN returned to RUSSIA.  Why?  Same today as during the other many times a few in a faction of FAUX RELIGION mass murder their own species.



The Misery That Halloween Really Is | Ted Twietmeyer

Trick or treat - Little beggars mindlessly knocking on doors until their knuckles bleed and get a blister from pushing door bell buttons. So why is all this right to do? Does it make sense? How is this day connected to the dead, if at all?

Let's look at the real Halloween, which has been watered down and changed from how it began as a pagan day. Celts offered the gods blood sacrifices, and worried about the Sun coming up each day. Cows, horses and other animals were burned on bonfires as sacrifices. These sacrifices were to give back the essence of life to the gods which animals have in payment for what the Earth gave to man. Burnt entrails were read like tealeaves to determine fortunes.

For amusement before the 1800's, villagers would collect dozens of cats. These would be placed in a net and hoisted up off the ground. Then the cats would be set on fire to burn alive. Sadistic people thought this was great sport and amusing. Some cats were hung on ropes or burned at the stake. In one television documentary several years ago, large wicker baskets were packed with people selected at random and set on fire to burn alive.

In the eighth century the pope declared October 31st as the day before All Saints Day. He made it the day to honor all the saints which did not have their own day. Hence, October 31st was also known as All Hallow's Evening. Halloween is merely a contraction of words.

Pagans continue to celebrate Halloween today with chanting, masks and beating a drum while marching around a circle of fire.

Despite the attempt by the catholic church to absorb Halloween, even today pagans and Christians still wear costumes, bob for apples, carve pumpkins, decorate with fake skulls and skeletons, etc...

Puritan settlers in America wanted nothing to do with the holiday; they considered it too pagan. Telling ghost stories and bobbing for apples were already popular in Virginia 400 years ago. These customs which were brought to America from England.

Fake flaming pots are now sold in stores. Next time you look at these pots you might think of the thousands of cats which were killed.

Perhaps parents will give the history of Halloween some thought when they are out buying a costume for their children. 
10-30-14, Ted Twietmeyer,,

Thursday, October 30, 2014

RUFINO TAMAYO | Día de los Inocentes ("Day of the Innocents") | also, Día de los Angelitos ("Day of the Little Angels") | November 2 | Día de los Muertos or Día de los Difuntos ("Day of the Dead")

tres personajes, by rufino tamayo
While we’re on the subject of Rufino Tamayo paintings, I should mention, in case you haven’t heard, this story. It seems not everyone is a fan of brightly colored abstraction. At any rate, someone threw Tamayo’s 1970 painting Tres Personajes into the trash.

The painting had been stolen from its owner in 1987. Nothing was heard of it for years, until in 2003 it was found on a New York City curb. Eventually the work was sold at auction for more than $1 million.

$3 million Mexican painting removed from auction

el trovador, by mexican artist Rufino Tamayo
Mexican artist Rufino Tamayo’s Trovador (Troubador) has been removed from a Christie’s auction after fans of the painting filed a lawsuit challenging the work’s sale by Randolph College. The painting was to be the “crown jewel” of the Latin American-focused auction, in which twelve sales records were broken, as 65 items sold for 21.6 million dollars. Trovador was expected to fetch a price of as much as $3 million.

Día de los Inocentes ("Day of the Innocents") but also as Día de los Angelitos ("Day of the Little Angels") and November 2 as Día de los Muertos or Día de los Difuntos ("Day of the Dead").

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[sidebar:  There are "too many people ('humans') living ON-IN "EARTH".  O.K., moving on the statement as "true" the "problem" to all the "too many people-humans living on-in Earth", gets solved?

Examining the information to the billions of brains proves there are too many "billions" not receiving any true information for the brain to develop into a higher thinking 'sphere'.

Growing human beings on earth and then 'culling' the 'herd' is happening.  To act like this isn't, is to be fully irrational in the "thinking stuff".  There is a THINKING STUFF that permeates, penetrates and fills the spaces of the universes known and unknown and where our "IMAGINATIONS" choose to "feel-think-see-BE" to co-create 'reality/ies' must be examined more thoroughly than in the past centuries, clearly.

DISASTER CAPITALISM is a long-term condition from the practices such as (but, not limited to):

Metzitzah B'peh, Circumcision, FAUX RELIGIONS, FIAT CRIMINAL FRAUDULENT 'MONEY', and all the experimentation on humans like vaccinations - name a crime not committed on our own "HUMANITY" for the worship of criminal insanity.

.. to be continued ...]


How Did the Clintons Become So Rich?
By Zaid Jilani
Posted July 2, 2014

hos did the Clintons get their wealth?The real scandal is not that the former president and first lady are so wealthy, but how they got that wealthy. Clinton didn't just make "a lot of money" when he left the White House. Together, the Clintons pulled in $111 million from 2000 to 2007 — far more than what most people would consider a lot.
As Hillary Clinton grappled with foreign policy issues in Pakistan, Turkey and the Middle East, Bill Clinton took home $175,000 from the Middle East Institute, a think tank that does work in those areas. In 2011 she filmed a video congratulating Kuwait on its independence; a few months later, he was paid a $175,000 honorarium from the Kuwait America Foundation.
Shortly after stepping down from her post, the she then embarked on her own spree of paid speeches, which don't have to be disclosed because neither Clinton is a public official anymore. But from voluntarily disclosures and press reports, we know that she gave at least two paid speeches to Goldman Sachs for $200,000 each. Although she has not disclosed her full remarks at these events, a number of attendees talked to Politico about her tone and content. "Clinton offered a message that the collected plutocrats found reassuring, according to accounts offered by several attendees, declaring that the banker-bashing so popular within both political parties was unproductive and indeed foolish," read the article.

John Kerry vs. Hillary Clinton on the Keystone XL Report
By Eric Zuesse
Posted Feb 3, 2014

Clinton vs Kerry on XL PipelineBack on 26 March 2013, I headlined, regarding Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's revised Keystone XL pipeline report, that "State Department's Keystone XL 'Study' [Is] Now Exposed as a Triple Hoax," and documented that Clinton's redo of her earlier faked report was itself fake, because: first, "The study does discuss 'Climate Change Impacts on the Proposed Project,' but not the proposed project's impacts on climate change"; and, second, because it was not written by the State Department but by an oil-industry contracting firm (ERM Inc.) that Clinton's State Department had non-competitively assigned to be performed by the company that was selected for this purpose by the corporation (TransCanada) that would own the pipeline; and, third, because that contractor had no climatologist. Both of Clinton's reports were simply fakes; they were barely disguised promo-pieces for TransCanada.
The new XL report from Kerry's State Department was issued on a Friday night (January 31st) like Clinton's was, in order for it to be buried in the weekend's news, like Clinton's was. It is not quite such a fake as Clinton's were. First, it almost discusses the proposed project's impacts on climate change. Second, it was actually written by the State Department; but, still, it had no participation from a climatologist.

World Bank Whistleblower Reveals How The Global Elite Rule The World
By Michael Snyder
Posted Dec 27, 2013

 puppeteers revealedKaren Hudes is a graduate of Yale Law School and she worked in the legal department of the World Bank for more than 20 years. In fact, when she was fired for blowing the whistle on corruption inside the World Bank, she held the position of Senior Counsel.
She was in a unique position to see exactly how the global elite rule the world, and the information that she is now revealing to the public is absolutely stunning. According to Hudes, the elite use a very tight core of financial institutions and mega-corporations to dominate the planet.
Karen HudesThe goal is control. They want all of us enslaved to debt, they want all of our governments enslaved to debt, and they want all of our politicians addicted to the huge financial contributions that they funnel into their campaigns. Since the elite also own all of the big media companies, the mainstream media never lets us in on the secret that there is something fundamentally wrong with the way that our system works. >>

Enron at Bretton Woods, Karen Hudes, Thu, Oct 30, 2014

Subject: Fwd: Enron at Bretton Woods To: Jason Waskey


It is necessary for you all to get with the coalition for the rule of law that is now in charge. The rally that Barbara Mikulski and Hilary Clinton are mounting this afternoon is a great opportunity. Everyone who hesitates to get with the program is going to have an uphill battle going forward. B est, Karen Hudes Acting General Counsel International Bank for Reconstruction and Development Legal Counsel Global Debt Facility TVM LSM 666  >>


ANGER is an energy.  ANGRY gets transformed, should the "Homo Sapiens" choose to 'alchemy' their 'energy/ies', into KINDNESS.  The LIVER in our 'human-body/ies' is the organ that our blood depends on to be 'healthy', too.  When the LIVER is toxic, the behavior of the 'human' is 'toxic', too.

I am angry:  see Karen Hudes' new pdf.

KINDNESS is telling the whole truths.

Does this mean that following KAREN HUDES' is following Hillary Clinton?  Or, does IT indicate the new pdf via Karen Hudes, that HILLARY CLINTON has been following the "Leader"?  An opportunity to be the FIRST WOMAN PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES has got Hillary Clinton into a place where she just cannot stop doing what she has decided to do.

Great TAOIST MASTERS never went on, upon their work to alchemy the energies of world earth, when the work of balancing the energies was 'complete' (after a fashion), the Taoists (Jesus has been said his LOST YEARS, he was studying the "TAO"), do not, DON'T care to be "famous" in the world of "material".

Our path isn't about being the worst of the Homo Sapiens species that the "human" can concoct.  We're truly damaged in our "brains".  China and Russia have governments, too.  There isn't a "government" in earth planet that isn't rather insane.

Why would human beings choose to be a government that does mostly, no real governing?

Self-governance is the point in being human.  We've a long way to go, babies.

Frankly speaking, I'd definitely prefer a woman POTUS for a real CHANGE.  Problem is, she is an attorney (HILLARY) and a very deadly viper the "woman" has chosen to be.  Elizabeth WARREN?  Yet an attorney who again, like Barack Obama (Barry ??) not actually (according to other "lawyers" investigating her) licensed and there are serious missing pieces in her HARVARD education, too.  Seems seamy sheepskins are at HAAAAAAVRD or however the pretentious choose to say the name of where GOVERNMENT gets to go, too.

Need to get into the art studio, Karen Hudes and Hillary Clinton, ET AL!

Do not get out of the VIRTUOSO demand till the known is.  Take up the fine instruments of music.  OR:  sculpture, drawing, painting, FINE "art"!!

Become first a great master of your own imagination and then, take up "politics".  Seeing what reality is in the Century Twenty-one, is seeing what seeing really-truly is.

.. to be continued ...]



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Jean-Claude Juncker.
Jean-Claude Juncker.

This is shaping up to be a very bad week for David Cameron.

Not only is his ‘welfare reform’ plan a laughing-stock after the DWP was revealed to be posting fake tweets about Universal Credit; not only was he struck by a passing jogger when he was in Leeds to discuss the (don’t laugh) High Speed 3 project (less than a week after a man threw a bag of marbles at hime during Prime Minister’s Questions); but now…

His much-cherished plan to ‘lock in’ privatisation of National Health services in England is in jeopardy after incoming European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker announced a review of the relevant part of a proposed trade agreement with the United States of America.

The decision must pile insult on top of injury for Cameron, who launched a famously lonely campaign to prevent Juncker’s appointment as president, attracting almost no support at all from his EU colleagues (only Hungary supported him) and confirming the catastrophic loss of influence the UK has suffered in the European Union under Cameron’s premiership.

Mr Juncker said the Investor-State Dispute Settlement scheme – a part of the proposed Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership agreement that critics say would make it possible for corporations to sue national governments for damages if new legislation was likely to affect their profitability – would be reviewed.

In a speech to the European Parliament, Mr Juncker said: “I took note of the intense debates around investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) in the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) negotiations.

“My Commission will not accept that the jurisdiction of courts in the EU Member States be limited by special regimes for investor-to-state disputes. The rule of law and the principle of equality before the law must also apply in this context… There will be nothing that limits for the parties the access to national courts or that will allow secret courts to have the final say in disputes between investors and States.”

He said he had taken control over the ISDS process away from Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström and handed it to Frans Timmermans, the incoming, and first, Vice-President in charge of the Rule of Law and the Charter of Fundamental Rights. “There will be no investor-to-state dispute clause in TTIP if Frans does not agree with it too,” he said.

The Financial Times has reported that Juncker made his decision “largely at the behest of Germany, which has turned sour on ISDS”. This will rub salt into the recently-opened wound caused when the EU billed the UK an extra £1.7 billion for membership, based on calculations of our economic improvement (Germany is getting a rebate).

“Germany’s misgivings have in turn fed into a more generalised distemper with global trade across the EU, encompassing the French far right and fringe parties elsewhere. They claim ISDS has morphed into a tool of multinational companies that use the arbitration panels to circumvent, or even alter, national laws at their whim,” the paper reported.

This is exactly what has caused hundreds of thousands of people to complain to the European Commission after details of the TTIP proposals were leaked from secret meetings.

Even now, TTIP remains largely unreported by the mass media here in the UK, which is mainly run by right-wing, pro-privatisation moguls. Mr Juncker announced his decision in a speech on October 22 – a week ago – but the only British newspaper to report it was the FT.

For Cameron, the humiliation is just as bad, whether the media reports it or not.

This is not a victory for campaigners against ISDS or the TTIP – although Mr Juncker’s decision may discourage the United States from taking the project further. It remains as important as ever that anyone with an objection needs to make that objection known.

But it is a good sign. 
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National Affairs

  see, Judicial bankruptcy process

Too Big Not To Fail

time to call in the REAL "Attorney-at-Law" 

According to Katusa, de Margerie was "a total liability" due to Total's involvement in plans to build an LNG plant on the Yamal Peninsula along with partner Novatek. The company was also seeking financing for a gas project in Russia despite Western sanctions.

"It planned to finance its share in the $27-billion Yamal project using euros, yuan, Russian rubles, and any other currency but U.S. dollars," Katusa writes, then entices the reader with this: "Did this direct threat to the petrodollar make this 'true friend of Russia'—as Putin called de Margerie - some very powerful and dangerous enemies amongst the power that be, whether in the French government, the EU, or the U.S.?"

That may be a stretch, but Katusa's U.S. dollar reference shows that any developments that point to a move away from the dominance of the greenback are not going un-noticed.

"If Russia’s 'pivot to Asia' results in Moscow and Beijing trading oil between them in a currency other than the dollar, that will represent a major change in how the global economy operates and a marked loss of power for the U.S. and its allies," Halligan wrote in May. "With China now the world’s biggest oil importer and the U.S. increasingly stressing domestic production, the days of dollar-priced energy, and therefore dollar-dominance, look numbered."

While no one is arguing that could happen anytime soon, considering the dollar remains the currency of choice for central banks, Halligan's proposition is gathering strength. In June, China agreed with Brazil on a $29 billion currency swap in an effort to promote the Chinese yuan as a reserve currency, and earlier this month, the Chinese and Russian central banks signed an agreement on yuan-ruble swaps to double trade between the two countries. Analysts says the $150 billion deal, one of 38 accords inked in Moscow, is a way for Russia to move away from U.S. dollar-dominated settlements.

"Taken alone, these actions do not mean the end of the dollar as the leading global reserve currency,” Jim Rickards, portfolio manager at West Shore Group and partner at Tangent Capital Partners, told CNBC.

“But taken in the context of many other actions around the world including Saudi Arabia's frustration with U.S. foreign policy toward Iran, and China's voracious appetite for gold, these actions are meaningful steps away from the dollar."

By Andrew Topf of<

[sidebar:  Right, Left, Middle, none knew about THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA'S PETRO$ CRA$H.  Right, Left, Middle, CORRUPTION.

When the JUSTICE is SUPREME INJUSTICE, we get what we got.  The SUPREMES didn't give one iota about the U.S. Constitution or we would not be a failed nation state.


What we have here are very dumb people in charge of SIMPLE CONTRACT LAW.  The COMPLEXITIES are obvious:  CRIMINAL FRAUD IS NOT ACCEPTABLE TO WORLD EARTH IN CENTURY 21.  Get a grip in the reality zone, JURISPRUDENCE!

Time to hire people in America that can do "the maths"!  21 Century is NOT about to allow this cabal of thugs to continue despite the poisoned pool of USA "GOYIM" let to harvest as World War Petro$ Collapse!

.. to be continued ... ]

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Canadian Billionaire Predicts The End of The Dollar As Reserve Currency; Warns "It's Likely To Get Ugly" | Russia and China to explore the Moon and Mars together | Three facts you did not know about the Moon

Canadian Billionaire Predicts The End Of The Dollar As Reserve Currency; Warns "It's Likely To Get Ugly"

Beginning with how Kissinger and Nixon enabled the USD as the world's de facto reserve currency through oil, Canadian Billionaire Ned Goodman explains in the brief but far-reaching clip how it is both inevitable (and rapidly approaching) that the rest of the world will turn its back on the dollar. With China and Russia (among many others that we have detailed in the past) agreeing on non-USD swap terms for energy, the cracks are starting to show and as Goodman details, "in the 1930s, everyone wanted USD (backed by silver)," but today, backed by nothing, "everyone wants to get rid of them." Buying hard assets is crucial (he has never been more bullish of gold) as we head into a period of stagflation or even high inflation; and as Goodman previously commented "the world is totally upside down right now - it's completely crazy," in fact, he adds, "I'm keen on anything that's going to live with higher inflationary numbers, because I can't see the world getting out of the problems that it's in."  >TRUTH~ALLIANCE< 9/17/13

Russia and China to explore the Moon and Mars together


Three facts you did not know about the Moon. 53789.jpeg
It may seem that we know a lot more about the Moon than we do about any other celestial body. However, our natural satellite still hides many mysteries.

There was time on Earth, when there was no Moon in the sky
In the V century BC, Greek philosopher and astronomer Anaxagoras of Clazomenae wrote that according to his sources, the Moon appeared after the Earth was born.  In the III century BC, Apollonius of Rhodes, in his "Argonautica," referred to the famous Aristotle, who, in turn, a century earlier, had described inhabitants of the mountainous regions of Arcadia, a region on the Peloponnesian Peninsula. Those people ate acorns and lived at the time, when there was no Moon in the sky.  Writer and historian Plutarch told of the ruler of Arcadia, whose name was Proselenos, which means "pre-lunar."

Modern scholars do not deny the possibility that in the early days of human existence, the Moon was absent in the sky above our planet. One of the theories says that the Moon was originally a planet of the solar system, which, as a result of a space cataclysm, descended from orbit and became a satellite of the Earth. Over time, the Moon formed the system of ebbs and flows, and cycles of our life became dependent on the Moon.

The moon is not as it seems

Perhaps, you have noticed that on the horizon, the lunar disk appears larger. In ancient times, Aristotle tried to solve this mystery. It was thought that such an  optical effect was associated with the Earth's atmosphere. As a matter of fact, the  atmospheric refraction (the bending of light rays in the atmosphere) makes the Moon optically smaller than its actual size.

The effect is based on the optical illusion (Ponzo illusion) that appears only because of peculiarities of our brain, some researchers believe. When the moon is hanging on the horizon, our brain compares it with other objects on the foreground, such as houses or trees, and mistakenly identifies it as a more distant object. The farther an object, the bigger it should be. If the Moon is hanging above the horizon, then we have nothing to compare it with, and the Moon appears smaller.

In addition, the Moon is not round, as we usually believe, but of an egg-shaped form. Yet, as long as only one side of the Moon faces the Earth, we can not see its true form.

Americans were going to conduct a nuclear explosion on the Moon

This shocking information was provided by Newsweek Magazine on the basis of declassified archival materials of the White House. According to the documents, in the 1950s of the last century, when the Cold War was in full swing, the United States government was harboring plans to build military bases and nuclear reactors on the Earth's satellite. Moreover, America was going to detonate a nuclear bomb on the Moon.

The explosion was supposed to trigger a "moonquake" - vibrations of the lunar surface. For the lunar project, six billion dollars were assigned. It was planned to deliver a nuclear warhead to the Moon. A lunar base was supposed to be constructed by 1966. All the necessary components for the base could be delivered to the Moon on board Saturn rockets.

The publication also wrote that during the 1960s, the Americans managed to come into possession of Soviet interplanetary station "Luna". They bribed a truck driver, who was transporting the station from one city to another, and took photographs of the equipment. The spacecraft was then delivered safely to its destination, and the Russians had not known anything up until today, the magazine wrote.

Irina Shlionskaya  Pravda.Ru

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