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Trickle down economics

I remember the slimy BBZ doing a business report from India. That a poor man was able to set/have his own bus driving business was used to show what a great success the Indian economic model was. I remember my reaction to this story was one of puzzlement at how exactly this could be regardd as a success story because I think (I can’t remember exactly now as it was some time ago) the bus-driver had to work a huge number of hours per day, hence spent a long time away from his family, in order to service his loan. Frankly, it looked like the man was in a bit of a precarious position. If he was indeed working so long I didn’t see much chance of him being able to take on extra work and pay off his loan more quickly.

But it was classical BBZ, selectively choosing and talking up something that agrees with the agenda it serves – a capitalist dominated ‘usury is great‘ type outlook.

Anyway, the BBZ reporter hailed the bus-drivers case as a good example of the success of the ‘trickle down’ economy, which again I found to be a rather odd thing to say, people at the very end of the (fake)money pile only getting a trickle is good. Strangely enough, the program didn’t show any victims of the Bhopal disaster (or see the toxipedia website) mass death and even more mass injury thanks to those nice people at Dow Chemicals.

Neither did it show the huge quantities of Indian farmers who were dispossessed of THEIR ancient and ancestral pastoral lands as well as those who were forced to use Monsanto terminator seeds, all of which have lead to the thousands of farmers committing suicide over the years. Oh no! The BBC didn’t show any of this (again as far as I can recall).

Anyway, what triggered this rantlet was that I had just looked ay Xymorphia’s website and found this rather more accurate truism: “Trickles Down? No, Streams Offshore!“. That’s the full picture which the horrible BBZ newz and current affairs division just happens to conveniently forget to inform you of.

Aung San Suu Kyi – the wolf in lambs clothing?

I don’t like military dictatorships, like the one in Burmah, and either does John Pilger. I like the works of John Pilger very much!

Pilger likes Aung San Suu Kyi (ASSK) and often writes in support of her. However John, like me, doesn’t like the BBC. But today ASSK praised the BBC – and the BBC wasn’t shy to publicise as much.

I remember seeing an interview with ASSK and it triggered alarm bells in my head. ASSK was saying that her vision for Burmah was (I’m paraphrasing) to be a mirror of typical Western countries. That would involve massive Corporatization of Burmah resulting in an already impoverished people be impoverished even more at the expense of the emergent middle and upper wealth class.

I feel John must have missed out on these things (i.e. the warning signs).

Although I am very sorry about ASSK’s personal history, I get the impression if she was allowed to have taken the role of Burmah’s leader, then it would not bring benefit to those who most needed it, but merely a different kind of slavery and oppression.

To praise a horrible propaganda outlet like the BBC is extreme (possibly naive) foolishness and another ominous warning sign as to what lies in store for the people of Burmah.

In the UK we have the same problem. Each political side is just a different cheek on the same arse.

I wonder if Pilger will ever see his friend fall from grace? I have never seen Pilger so ‘happy’ to interview her. His respect for an apparent peoples leader who has opposed a military leviathan may have, or may be, obscuring his vision. At one stage wondered if Pilger would be like this with Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez, but to his credit, Pilger included a caveat about Hugo Chavez when he warned about leaders holding power for too long, saying time would tell as to whether it’s touch would prove corrupting. I will end by saying thankfully Hugo doesn’t seem to been driven mad by power yet, but I have little option by to adopt the stance that ASSK has already had the touch.

We shall see, and so I fear will be the people of Burmah.

When is fear and panic, fury?

When it’s the pathetic BBC inventing words in assistance to the hands that feed it – the hell bound regime currently occupying Palestine.

Update: Afterwards, you would do well to read Al Jazeera’s Ayman Mohyeldin (Middle East Correspondent) about this issue: or

The BBC headlines :

Israel fury at UK’s Livni warrant” – What fury? Which one of the Ziofreak child killers said the word “fury/furious”? This word ‘fury’ ONLY appears in the headline! None of the Zioscum are quoted as saying it. The BBC is putting words into their foul mouths. The unusual use of the word fury is to make it look as if Israyhell has incurred some serious unjust action. The BBC’s reporting is ropey ar the best of times and when it’s about the US administration, it’s sickening but when it’s about Israyhell it’s positively corrupt.

Here’s a screenshot I took from the BBC’s ME page.

Interesting that

I know what this is, it’s a total coincidence that there it’s kind of like the Union Jack flag. Slippy tZippy standing in front of the stupid British flag bringing a level of ‘association’ of her to the UK – making her one of us.

Can you imagine if the very twisted David Milliband was a Muslim and that some Muslim country somewhere had killed 410 children for him to interfere with the British legal system in order that the killers of those kids got off scott free?. There would be nationwide uproar. Milliband would be sacked and probably stand no chance of winning a seat in the next election.

But twisted Milliband is Jewish, so anything goes.

David Milliband. The idiot schoolboy British Foreign Secretary who’s Zionist
slaveishness, does not play any part whatsoever in how he directs British foreign policy.
Well that’s what he would say so let’s believe him shall we, and all the other Zionists
in the UK

Millibandit again…


– Lets take another look at BBC mind manipulation coincidence…

Notice “Israel and the Palestinians” – No mention of Palestine. That’s right, there is a bunch of people called Palestinians IN Israyhell. Bah humbug. That is coincidence too, it’s not that the BBC presstitutes have mentally sterisised their own minds to come up with disgraceful little tricks like that. Oh no.

These Ziofreaks should face a court of international law for their actions, the consequences of a guilty verdict resulting in them being hung. But that’s not going to happen. The UK is a dastardly slave to and supporter of Israyhell.


BBC Baloney – protecting Merck’s commercial interests

(I shouldn’t swear, so title changed)

In Dec 2007, I published an article A case for anti-vaccination, I transcribed an interview {the interview can be found in the documentary In Lies We Trust – go here:} with Dr. Maurice Hilleman (now deceased as of 11th April 2005)

An extract of that video, in which Hilleman is interviewed, can be found here:

Here’s a snipped from the transcription:

Hilleman:  Well that was in Merck, I came to Merck and I was going to develop vaccines, and we had wild viruses in those days, you remember the wild monkey kidney virus’s and so forth, and I finally after six months gave up. I said that you cannot develop vaccines with these damn monkeys. Were finished and if I cant do something about it I’m gonna quit. Am I going to try it? So I went to see Bill Mann at the Zoo in Washington DC and I told Bill Mann, I said “Look, here’s a, I got a problem, I don’t know what the hell were doing, Bill Mann is a really bright guy, and I said these lousy monkeys are picking it up  while being stored in the airports, in transit at these loading offloading and loading. He said its very simple. He said you go ahead get the monkeys out of west Africa, and get the African Green, bring ‘em into Madrid. Onload them there, there are no other traffics through there for animals, Fly them into Philadelphia, pick ‘em up. Or fly them pick ‘em up in New York and pick ‘em up. Right off the airplane.

[2:16] Hilleman: So I brought African Greens in. I didn’t know we were importing AIDS virus of course at the time.”

Dr Maurice Hilleman, pioneer of over 40 vaccines, believed this is where HIV came from. I wish I knew the date he was interviewed.

This was well before todays story on the BBC:

HIV source according to BBC

In that typically disgraceful article, the BBC says:

“Although HIV/Aids was first recognised by scientists in the 1980s, it is thought it first entered the human population early in the twentieth century in the region of the Democratic Republic of Congo.

The virus probably originally jumped into humans after people came into contact with infected bush meat.

SIV viruses have been reported in other primates, including gorillas.”

“It is thought” – This is a classic piece of modern day junk journalism. Even wikipedia calls this ‘weasel words’ and warns against it. Andwhen seemingly factual points are given, wikipedia in an attempt to improve the quality of its entrys, often suffixs’ the statement with [citation neeed]. Even wikipedia is putting the BBC to shame.

So BBC, who thinks this? What are those supposed ‘thoughts’ based on?  Why not quote the words of Dr. Maurice Hilleman himself, who said it came from African Green monkeys, which MERCK exploited and ultimately gave HIV/AIDS to the world.? What of that BBC? – you sheishmeisters!  

The BBC’s miserable junk continues: “The virus probably originally jumped into humans after people came into contact with infected bush meat.” – ‘Probably’ & ‘originally’. Again BBC, who exactly thinks this? Who thought it was possible? Names and data if you please! How can your miserable attempt to give an explanation that avoids litigation square with the fact that Gorilla and chimp bushmeat were consumed for thousands of years! It’s pathetic! Come on BBC try and haul yourself out of the presstitutes red light house and act like a news organisation for a change. Are you watching Helen Boaden you most notorious of newz madams.

You see, by spitting out this liquid poo, the BBC helps MERCK avoid hundreds of millions of law suits which could and should bankrupt the company. Yet another example of the mergence of the established media with corporate interests. It may not even be deliberate but the culture and the career pathway in writing this slime opens up to people who already have the predisposition to let corporatism flow from their pen. It’s becoming a way of life.

Can the BBC be sued for spreading bullshit like this? If there is a MERCK friendly plant in the BBC, for example someone with MERCK shares or someone that benefits from MERCK’s financial success, then it’s very there is indeed a case for at least the prosecution of a individual if not the BBC. But newspaper and magazines companies get sued for carrying libel and stuff like that so hopefully the BBC couls also be subject to that.

And MERCK, oh MERCK, I hope every victim of your vaccine death bombs an grieving relatives sue the crap out of you.

Propaganda Time

For a couple of reasons I put a little bit of effort into trying to watch the BBC Question Time program now and again, but this week I’ve been frustrated.

Not happy with ripping people off to the tune of £139.50 a year,  for mostly government propaganda, they rip licence payers off again who are currently overseas. Its “i>player” (complete with default crap logo) won’t open if you try and access content from a location other than in the UK.

In an attempt to try and find a clever way around this (have failed so far) I stumbled across this little ditty by Nick Higham a one time (still is a??) BBC Journalist:

Background: It was about the 13th Sept 2001 Question Time (two days after 9-11). The program caused some controversy.

Here’s Nick [via a weary lwtc247 made transcript]:

It degenerated as I understand it at time into something of a shouting match as People very forcefully arguing that they – the Muslims in the audience arguing very forcefully that America had to some extent brought this upon itself. And also I think the BBC now thinks that the make-up of the studio audience was not sufficiently representative, that there weren’t as one person put it to me, one senior BBC executive, not “Not enough representative of middle-England who would have take a very uncomplicated but pro-American line on this.

Good old BBC.

If its not shifting junk like that awful “Eastenders” trash at you (and you’re stupid enough to watch) or blatant propaganda, for example this: “Saddams Bomb” – the mother of all BBC propaganda, {nay propaganda isn’t the word… jingoistic hideous lies is probably better}  then, as Nick let it slip, it’s pushing bland political conditioned thought upon you.  

I salute those who refuse to pay the licence.

On Question Time Manchester, 25th Sept 2008

Vince Cable MP is one of those rare things in politics, a lawmaker who has a strong grasp of economics. Quite unlike the majority of the other pathetic intellectually inept careerist pole licking goosestepping fascists, alternatively known as MPs.

The old, tired, uninspiring, failure prone, cowarldly, blind, pro-Zionist and corrupt practices by government (and to some extent opposition) is an indelible stain on the whole secular plutocratic political system.

You may possibly at this point be thinking I’m not a huge fan, but there are people within that system I respect. Cable is one as is George Galloway. However becasue they operate within that flawed system, it’s only a matter of time before they say something that makes me wince. I’ve written about one or two such moments involving a particular Mr. George Galloway before, but this time it’s I’ve had a Vince wince.

Vince was on the BBC’s Question Time, 25th Sept 2008 from Manchester and was given the first shot at the most obvious opening question… Re: the Bush administration deciding to use $700,000,000,000 (700 billion) taxpayers money to bail out a number of usurous companies in the US.

Vince said:

We shouldn’t go down the same road… We have a facility already if the banks are short of cash they can go to the Bank of England. We’ve learned from the painful experience of Northern Rock that if a bank . goes down it has to be dealt with decisively either its\a a private sector  solution and it is bought over immediately or it has to be taken into public ownership promptly. that’s the lesson we’ve learned from that.

Oh Vince! Come on mate!!! that’s very disappointing! I’d have thought you’d have the insight and balls to have mentioned the third option… “Let it go to the Wall !” like hundreds of thousands of failed business since trade was regulated. How could that not have gone trough Vince’s mind. I’d imagine it did, but he decided to self-censor himself.

Eerily, Derek Simpson, General Secretary of the Trades Union Unite. {This post won’t focus on the failings of Union leadership} said something but in a sublte way…:

I find this quite fascinating that were going to blame the people, were going to blame the government, were going to listen to explations about what other people would do, when We know full well for example, that the conservatives wanted to dergulatte the finance market even further.

The people thats done this, IMO are people who have manipulated the finance market, become extrmely fabously rich, and walked away making millions,IMO,  while millions of us to pick up the pieces. Thats what’s happened.

What i find fascinating is the bastion of the free market, America, now own half the morgaages in the America and have natinalised the biggest insurance company in the world and there applying socoalism! Which is an amaxing nationalsisation socialism.

but donet be fooled by it becasu what they’s done is they’ve socilaised the risk, not they’s still capaitalised the profiuts. becasu its the people that are paying the debt, not the people hat have caused it in the first place. Of course the governemss going to get the flack becasue what the govt at the moment. that’s the way things are. but they can do things. I understand BArak Obama in Ameica is suggested that  rather than let the housieng market the mort market collapse.  we should peng the interst rate at the bottom at 3% down at the bottom so people can continue to pay and stay in the homes.

…Vince Cable mentioned social housing…

I think sooner or later The politicans and currently it will be the labout government has to come around with a package that protects people from the… [sentence not finished]. Regulation, Everyone talks about regulation. We’ve even got church minister talking about it regulation…

Why should we let the the irresponsible behavious of a few cause/threaten the financial stability of many.

Did you spot it? Look at the Obama bit. Dez also operates within the current financial straight jacket whereby they are still having to pay for their home loan. My proposal is the kind of radical position Dezzy should be pushing. Those homeowners who were conned or ill-advised to take out loans beyond their means, should be GIVEN their house should the company/bank they are contracted to collapse. Why force them to pay? yoy may think I’m being unkind to Dez, because he said he wanted to keep people in their homes, but adding a sprig of garnish to a rotten banana doesn’t improve the underlying taste.

As for the Church being involved in this or ANY OTHER religious institution dipping its sizeable toe into those waters, shame on all of you. You are the very ‘money changers’, the propagators of riba that gave rise to the only ever time Jesus was reported to have shown anger.

And Hazel Beers saying [house]repossession would be the last measure made me shudder, not just becasue she was talking, but because it should ALWAYS have been the priority, but it never was.

Hazel Beers. Minister for something.

Its only now that panic is setting in amongst those who are set to lose money should too many people get turfed out of their house and free of having to repay loans (on the hightest house prices ever) left with now devaluing houses and nobody willing to buy them.


When your bubble is bursting what do you do?

You make a bigger superbubble to contain the burst. That’s what.

The 1 year old credit crunch.
(Yes it was officially 1 year old as of a few days ago. It must be true, the BBC said so!)

I wouldn’t elevate myself to the status of a recognised economist, and my opinion on economics has been called naieve before and yes, nobody would invite me onto the corporate media to say things like ‘the market is rising becasue of xyz’ when the market is actually rising, and when the market falls to be invited back on to say ‘this was bound to happen becasue of pqr’. You know the score.

But I do a fair bit of reading about it and I’m personally happy with my handle on it. There isn’t anything magical about looking at economics, nor my view of it. It’s just exploitation to maximise what you can potentially squeeze out of someone. That is, that I call ‘innocent’ economics. But it’s time to say bye bye wee boy as we move on up to the mother of modern economics, the significant bit, involving speculators and global manipulators of the market. It is this which forms the super bubble that enveloped the standard bubble of mini-scams of the past.

At the time the credit was beginning to crunch, I denounced it as a scam. If it was genuine, my proposed simple solution would have cured it in a matter of weeks – that of mortgague default negotiation. Tell banks and building societies to restructure their customers loans so they would keep their houses. It was really that simple. However, no such restructuring took place.

Another indication of the scam was the MSM saying it lobbox like there is no cheap/available credit left anymore. The BBC says the credit crunch is “Defined as a severe shortage of money or credit” Clearly, whoever dreamed up that bit of tripe, doesn’t really know the first thing about money and economics, yet the MSM kept repeating it verbatum. No MSM outlet has ever properly explained why, if cheap credit no longer existed (LOL) did interest rates drop?

UK (Bank of England base rates):
Aug 08  5.00 %
Jul 08  5.00 %
Jun 08  5.00 %
May 08  5.00 %
Apr 08  5.00 %
Mar 08  5.25 %
Feb 08  5.25 %
Jan 08  5.50 %
Dec 07  5.50 %
Nov 07  5.75 %
Oct 07  5.75 %
Sep 07  5.75 %
Aug 07  5.75 %
  (The credit crunch is born)

And what of our friends in the US???

So, cheap credit no longer exists becasue the interest rate dropped. Marvellous, isn’ tit? Surely we will look back on this period of history and describe it as a golden age. A golden age of MSM garbage.

But in actual reality, it’s doubtful that allowing people a little grace to repay the loans on their house would have solved the problem. Becuase despite the media lies, the housing loans market was pretty much irrelevant. It is a bit fishy when the BBC says “After a two year period between 2004 and 2006 when US interest rates rose from 1% to 5.35%, the US housing market begins to suffer, with prices falling and a rise in homeowners defaulting on their mortgages.” Or maybe it isn’t fishy and it’s just that the BBC jouno who wrote that statement didn’t seem to think this relevent “The median household income was $46,326 in 2005, a gain – above inflation – of 1.1 percent from 2004.

Hummm… another spanner in the works.

The crunch came about becasue the phoney highly intertwined bets and packages wrapped around mortgages, oil and the predicted price of candy floss at Whitley Bay. This multilayered intertwinded wrapping far outsripped the value of the underlying asset.

It’s not unreasonable then to suggest, that someone with the power to change an indicator value, and someone who realises which way the bets are stacked in relation to the value of things like mortguage packages or candy floss, could make an absolute fortune if he were able to manipulate the value an underlying asset. This is essentially insider trading. Conventional insider trading is pretty much regulated and checked for (unless it related to the value of United Airlines stock of the value of the pound sterlling on 9-11 and 7-7 respectively). But derivative trading ISN’T regulated.

So, bump up the interest rate, watch the value of sub-prime mortguage packages go down as fears of non repayment manefest, and boom, you’re laughing all the way to the bank.

Perception is one hell of a strong force in the gambling pits of the LSE and Wall St., so make a small number of people lose their homes, get your buddies in the MSM to say it’s a catastrophe and that the world is gonna end and you’ve generated the necessary fear to collapse the sub-prime value.

Lobbox? Well why did it take almost a year for Bush to sign a “housing(repayment relief law“? Why did the US and UK govt not regulate the derivatives trade? Why did the cost of credit fall for the duration of the credit crunch? Why is the BBC wrong about people less able to afford to pay for their homes when the median value of household income rose? Why did the UK Govt bail out a private bank that gambled and lost. And more importantly where has all the money been lost to?

Yes it is fake money, but in a fake system, it acts as real money.

To end with, the BBC isn’t totally crap, just maybe 99% crap. Here’s a part of the 1% that isn’t… Credit crunch: The blame game


I’m sick of certain types of “change”


Software changes being one VERY sore point with me, but generally speaking change always brings criticism.

Some smart git once went on about pleasing some/all of the people all/some of the time. A different brainy person said about change “Damned if you do, damned if you don’t” but change for changes sake is utter pants! Yes pants! Big super jumbo sized weird apatures unexplainable bands of elastic hazelwood coloured granny pantaloons!

So whats changed? The BBC website.

The BBC site was rather good at allowing one to rapidly get the lowdown on the latest neo-occidental propaganda campaigns all over the world, chiefly through its main page.

Now they have ‘changed it’ (screenshot below) (126k full image)

If you take a gander at it, you may agree with me that it appears to have lost half it’s content!

Instead of a number of interesting propaganda articles, you only get a few. I’m operating in 1024×768 (standard I guess) and I can only see 6 major headlines supplemented by eye-drawing images, and one of them is a bloody “football” headline.

Due to the comparative lack of things to look at on loading the frontpage, ones eyes cannot help but be more ‘persuaded’ towards the ‘main story’. In this case it’s “Anxious wait for Zimbabwe results”. LOL, out of a population of 6bln, 33% in total of them in India and China, nothing happened there or anywhere else in the world come to mention it, that was more important than waiting for the Zimbabwe results – amazing isn’t it.

This will of course mean that the BBC will find it easier to ‘push’ a story as important when in actual fact it may be realistically trivial. The case above being a good example. The BBC quest to push what it redards as important news is strengthened. BBC crititics know very well that the BBC deliberately does this, so I feel no shame in thinking that the ‘changes’ made to its “new layout” are intentional. Certainly that they happened randomly isn’t a sustainable POV.

I have taken a shine now to an alternative meaning of the well practiced expression “Could you spare me some change” as spoken by the desparetely poor people sitting on the cold stone ground outside Manchester Piccadilly train station in NeoLabours desparately more harsh society.

The date hasn’t escaped me but this change ain’t no joke.

Face transplants – touched-up

This week, the BBC published an article about people getting face transplants… 

BBC article here.


In the article, the BBC said “In the UK we could hear any day that a patient has been chosen to become the world’s first recipient of a full face transplant.

But as the “prince” Harry lobbox showed: the BBC cannot be trusted (well actually the BBC showed LONG ago that it couldn’t be trusted, but most find it hard to come out of denial, but only now that the MSM has said it, suddenly everyone else is saying it. Welcome to the club firends – I just wanna ask you why did it take you so long?)  and today, lwtc247 can reveal his growing suspicions that indeed the BBC may well, once again, be telling us a pile of lobbox…


 Top: Richard Perle and Nasreen Suleaman

Update of the update…

A growing body of evidence suggests that in fact not only has the full face transplant already happened but that in fact Perle’s possible transplant above is in fact the SECOND FULL TRANSPLANT.    :O

All will be revealed later…

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