Thursday, July 21, 2011

21st century politics

Having just discovered climate change is now officially a business, and it's headed by the same man who runs the BBC pension fund, such connections show a complete circle when it comes to the financial flow of money from the law makers at the top who make the laws to collect the money, and then invest in the areas themselves and get the national broadcasters to do the same, and at the same time restrict the broadcasting to anything that supports these actions. 
the Institutional Investors Group on Climate Change headed by Peter Dunscombe.
Looking even at the few crooks unearthed in politics, like cockroaches if you see a few there are always thousands nearby, and the same goes for the handful of politicians and leaders who get exposed compared to the ones doing far worse. Just imagine you were in the cabinet, had vast tracts of land (as many of them do), and created a law saying people who use their spare land for wind farms get a guaranteed rent for 25 years without having to do anything, and then instal hundreds on their own land, if necessary putting it in your wife's name or children to avoid any official claims of corruption. And you're saving the planet so no one complains even when it earns you millions.

That I'm afraid is how business is done nowadays, the links I keep turning up connecting Al Gore, Rothschilds (about to help run Australia's carbon tax, no surprises there), the BBC and even the bloody Dalai Lama (no longer on my chanukah card list now) are all working as a massive team to squeeze as much cash from a false flag threat of CO2 while everyone's looking the other way adjusting their pants. They don't even need the money- these politicians were millionaires already before they got into it, so as well as ramping up their personal incomes drastically it is taken from government subsidies, ie my money. So basically anything the mafia has done with protection rackets and money laundering can now be shown as the politics of the 21st century. It's not even hidden any more as they know no one can police the police themselves- unless they make a mistake as a few have done. And carbon trading itself had to be removed from the laws of theft as a decade earlier a similar scheme got the Enron management sent down for years. We never seem to learn and keep electing the same people as it hurts too much to imagine they're as dirty as a rock festival toilet.

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Hockey sticks rule the 2000s


< Food prices.
Oil till 2005 >
Gold v

Fertiliser prices

Spot the odd one out. They all look damn similar don't they, but just one is not reliable, the temperature record. Unfortunately all the prices are absolutely real, as is the world population. The familiar hockey stick, which needed to both compare like with unlike (the temperatures from 1979 onwards were satellite based, land based for 50 years earlier and then proxy) and rewrite history to dispose of the little ice age and medieval warm period, both in textbooks for decades until then, in order to give the impression our temperatures had suddenly started rising. Steve McIntyre followed this up by using the computer algorithm to show whatever data was put in the same shape was guaranteed.
But the 2000s have indeed been the decade of the hockey stick economically. Are they connected? Mostly they are, and not by chance either. Bear in mind the Bilderberg Group planned to use mid-east chaos such as invading Libya and Iraq to raise the oil price artificially to $150, which has been closely reached now twice, and as can be seen the 2005 price here, already the peak of the stick is now double that in 2011. This has been engineered through wars and selective restrictions on exploration and energy taxes, nominally in the name of the environment but actually to allow the same remaining oil to be sold for around double the previous market price or more. Therefore big oil are definitely involved with climate change, as it has made their work a lot easier, gaining twice the price for the identical amount of work. Inflation causes a ripple effect, so food and fertiliser (partly oil based) follow faithfully, while gold has risen simply as the currencies have been puffed up without added production through bailouts and quantitative easing (creating cash from nowhere), meaning they become worth less per pound or dollar as there is no more production behind a greater total sum of cash. That means the money shifts to hard currency, ie commodities, with gold as king.
The final and sharpest rise which is probably the major reason behind the others is world population. As food production remains flat and oil reduces, and the people multiply logarithmically, the shareout ratio is obvious. And bear in mind in nature most sharp peaks end with a sharp fall. If this occurred for any of the prices it would be a welcome miracle, if for the population it would be a disaster.

Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Getting where exactly?

I still do my almost daily blog elsewhere simply as that's where the audience appears to be. But people do still visit here so not planning to give up, but think it's site wide and not just my blog as people move over to Facebook. Partly due to the latest photo site encouraging us to travel as far as possible to extend our coverage, and a gradual return of my energy I've managed more this year already than I had for a few years. If your health's up the creek you're stuffed whoever or whatever you are. And having the blood tests come up clear were a great relief, as has now eliminated most of any of the worst (although being initialized couldn't work out what they were all for) and can relax on that front.

Other than that I am fine when things are going well (which isn't a given when you have other health problems and the like hanging about) and just need to stay up when knocked down by events. Things will always break, fall apart and go against you throughout your life, and with no one normally around to help mean if you're on your own there's no one to share any burden. That must make every event worse as I don't remember them causing so much grief when I still lived at home as I always had the support. Mind you, if you can crack that one there's not much left, and I seem to have covered everything on the way to that hurdle. I didn't ask to be super human, but seem to be being gradually broken down to be rebuilt in true shamanic fashion, except over years instead of days.

Losing faith and belief is another part of these tests- although I've always said how the process is cruel in the short term as however much you advance and see the world becoming more connected (the outward sign of that progress) you still keep on suffering. The traditional result of enlightenment is the end of suffering, though some teachers say there is still suffering but they don't associate with it. That's a typical statement you'll never get until you are so no point attempting to analyse it further. Obviously once you see life is being guided at all then it is being guided. And likely even the seeming gaps where everything returns to random can be looked into further to find a purpose. And even though I'm only on this path for my own benefit if I learn anything new my nature is to share it. I've no idea how many people learn anything from my offerings on screen, but do know it helps people when they come to me directly for help. When I was at my worst points it was the logic of my mother who helped me more than anyone else. Of course mine is inherited from her and her parents, as well as my father's academic mind. Looking at the careers of my family then I can see why they expected so much of me.

I don't know what to expect next if anything. I see myself grow from one issue to the next but the new problems never stop. They aren't unusual ones, but just a constant stream as soon as the last ones are fixed. The old story is whenever everything else is sorted then it's time for the dentist, and tends to be the case sooner or later as now. Nothing major at least and should be fixed in minutes but still have to both go and probably be sent to the hygienist as well as they don't do that as part of the checkup where I go now, plus it's private so have to pay the full price despite being an NHS practice otherwise. So it's been optician, doctor, outpatients and suppose the full set was on the cards really. I suppose at least there's no psychiatrist on the list. Anyway, here are a couple of photos from last week's trip to Oxford.

Oxford bridge

St Giles2