Saturday, April 30, 2011

Hidden History of the Human Race with Klaus Dona

Klaus Dona shows off artifacts that date as far back as 10,000 BC, including the underwater pyramids off the coast of southern Japan. Are the origins extraterrestrial or made by the hands of man? One thing is for sure, Klaus' side show provides evidence of advanced cultures living on Earth 10,000 years ago and maybe later. What happened to them is a big question mark...

Check out this video with the folks from Project Avalon interviewing Klaus Dona...

Friday, April 29, 2011

You Want Fries With That?; McDonalds Fields 1 Million Applications

McDonalds was always considered a shitty job and the lowest rung on the capitalism food chain. That's where the term "McJob" was derived. Even within the fast food industry, McDs was the worst of the worst to work in. McD's economic apologists often harp on the fact that McD's will hire anyone (regardless of age, gender or race) without any experience. Of course, those lenient hiring practices explained why they always fucked up your order at the drive-thru, because if you were able to breathe and had no qualms about making minimum wage, then McDs would hire you... no questions asked.

A "McJob" is a derogatory word used describe a dead-end service sector job in which you're completely dispensable and actually lucky to be getting minimum wage. Lord knows that if America didn't have a min-wage law on the books, McDs and other evil fast food corporations would be paying their entry level McWorkers half as much.

When I was in high school, during the first George Bush's reign, the average age of a McWorker was under 20 years old. By the time my Gen-X classmates graduated college at the end of the Clinton era, the median age rose to 22. And in Obama's America of hope and change? The median age of a McWorker is almost 30. McD's used to be a job for pimply-faced teenagers, but the Golden Arches have become a last source of income for many economically-screwed adults. I'm afraid that over the next few years, the median age of a McWorker will continue to rise.

I know that times are tougher than tough in Middle America with surging unemployment numbers (substantially higher than the MSM reported), but holy shit, did 1 million people really apply for jobs at McDonalds?

Yes, it true according to McDonalds Hires 62,000, Turns Away Over 938,000 Applicants For Minimum Wage, Part-Time Jobs.

With 40,000 available positions, McDs hired 62,000... many of whom held college degrees, and a few had multiple degrees. Dare I say, the educational level at McD's is rising with the average age?

With millions of unemployed Americans on the brink of desperation, McD's might have been the only thing that prevented a wide-scale uprising. If Obama and the federales don't want millions of pissed-off unemployed Americans protesting in the streets, then they better open up more McD's franchises.

Even McJobs in America are becoming scarce and well-paying jobs with health insurance have become proverbial pipe dreams for college graduates. Seems like the service sector is the only one hiring. I used to tend bar, so I know what it's like to bust my hump and hustle on tips. My future as a freelance writer is murky, so I'm anticipating heading behind the bar at some point in my future.

Are there any jobs in America, or do we need a yearly census to create more jobs? Manufacturing jobs were shipped out to China over a decade ago. IT departments and CSR centers were shipped out to India. So what's left to do in America? Service jobs. Barista at Starbucks or flipping burgers at McDs are the only jobs that American corporations can't outsource. If it was profitable to fly in workers from China and India to make Big Macs and double chocolate frappicinos, those malevolent corporations would do it.

Then again, at the Jack in the Box down the street, they installed a self-service kiosk and eliminated one cashier. How long before McDs has robots flipping burgers and screwing up your order?

Welcome to 21st Century America. Do you want fries with that?

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Wheelbarrow of Weimar Marks or More Rum?

If the U.S. dollar collapses (we're almost there), then what's the point of waking up early every day, keeping an eye on investments, working my ass off as a freelance writer, and saving up to protect whatever assets I have left? Because it's all going to get flushed down the toilet anyway?

And save my money? Not in America. I can't find a savings account that will offer me more than 1% in interest. What a fucking joke! So much for rewarding Americans for saving their money. If I want to my money to grow and have a shot at outgunning inflation and debasement, then I have to put it in play in the casinos and Ponzi Schemes on Wall Street.

So if that's my conundrum -- why am I not blowing the rest of my fiat money and partying it up? And I'm not talking a party "like it's 1999", but like more a full-blown rager like the "end of the world" party?

This is a dangerous internal dialogue. I'm not one to wallow in self-pity or get caught navel gazing, which is why I want to quickly snap out of this depressive funk and shift gears... to the high-gear of the soul. If all indications are suggesting an imminent collapse, then why am I not going out with a bang?

This new reasoning is not an excuse to justify why I've been drinking rum since 1pm.... 12:40pm to be precise. That's when I "officially" gave up on today. I woke up thinking I could change the world, but I didn't even get past noon before the reality of the situation sunk in.

What's the point?

Maybe it's time I just give up the fight and stay perpetually drunk, stoned, and schwasted... until my money runs out. At least then I can say I enjoyed every single buck before the USD officially collapses, and that way I won't have to wheel around a wheelbarrow of utterly worthless Benjamins.

The Grateful Dead lyric sums up my situation the best: "I'm going to hell in a bucket, but at least I'm enjoying the ride."

Except, I'm not enjoying the ride! So I better do something about it. While I think about a new plan of action, it's time for another cocktail as financial Armageddon approaches.

Max Keiser: The Fraud-Backed Dollar and Matt Taibbi Interview

In the latest edition of the Keiser Report, Max talks about the tanking dollar, sings a new ditty called "Adios America," tells Lloyd Blankfein to jump off a thirty-story building, and reveals why the Russians owe him some borscht next time he's in Moscow. In the back half, Max interviews writer Matt Taibbi about his Rolling Stone piece "The Real Housewives of Wall Street."

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

The Waffles Report: Hacking Playstation

Has anyone heard about the Playstation hacker intrusion and shutdown?

You might think it had something to do with Anonymous declaring war on Sony. However I have not heard them take credit for shutting down the network. You should read the nerd rage comments in the article too. My favorite...

+ nYcFrEeWiLL82 on April 26th, 2011 at 7:20 pm said:


Yeah... right.... with your mommies credit card? STFU and go back to masturbating in your parents basement. Fucktards.

Hollywood Apocalyptica: World War Z

I'll admit, I was skeptical when I first picked up Max Brooks' novel World War Z. I'm not big on zombies, I thought the first season of The Walking Dead was "meh" at best and when it comes to apocalyptic fiction, my range is pretty polarized between explosive popcorn fluff and bleak naturalism. What I found was a world that satistfied both ends of the spectrum, and I blew through the book's 350 or so pages in maybe five hours.

Naturally, World War Z has been picked up for film adaptation by the Hollywood machine. Although Brad Pitt gave the project a significant boost late last summer when he committed to star, Paramount still balked at the picture's $125 million price tag. They elected to share the burden with a triumverate of outside financiers including Skydance Productions. The four-year old shingle based at the Santa Monica Airport is run by David Ellison, the son of Oracle founder and CEO Larry Ellison. When Dad is the sixth-richest man in the world with a $28 billion net worth, it's pretty easy to get a $200 million line of revolving credit from JP Morgan and a four-year studio deal.

The marketplace is pretty rife with zombie material at the moment, a subject Deadline's Nikki Finke took on when the co-financing deal was announced. With talent like Pitt and director Marc Forster at the helm, though, I'm more optimistic about World War Z than another installment of Resident Evil.

The film is casting right now (The Killing's Mireille Enos signed on today to play Pitt's wife) and cameras are scheduled to roll this summer.

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

The Royal Wedding

Of course Alex Jones is over the top, and I dont agree with everything he has to say, but he sums it up pretty well in this video talking about the Royal Wedding...

Monday, April 25, 2011

Monday A.M. Red Pill: Obama's Internet Kill Switch, Fed and QE2, China Bailing on USD, and Energy Vampires

Monday morning and it's time to wake up and smell the urine sprayed on the wall which indicates your grim future. Time to do something about it...
Censorship: Silence is a flick away... Obama's Internet Kill Switch. (The Daily Bell)

Dollar Collapse: The Chinese are considering trimming the USD holdings from $3 trillion to just $1 trillion. We're fucked. (Zero Hedge)

Global Financial Meltdown: Another sensational guest post about why the Fed needs to end QE2. (Zero Hedge)

Debt Prisons: Only the rich can afford knowledge, the rest of the public must go into debt to get a degree according to Student Loan Shark Industry. (MyBudget360)

Oil Wars: The Energy Vampires sums up why the French and the British were pro-invasion of Libya. (AntiWar)

Narco War: Just south of the border, the drug war rages on with the Mexican Government Marketing for Los Zetas. (Global Intelligence Report)

Inflation: You know we officially are in the middle of rampant inflation when the McDonalds and the Walmarts of the corporate world are letting everyone know that inflation is the reason why they'll be raising prices in the upcoming months. (George Washington's Blog)

Financial Meltdown: I never posted the latest episode of the Max Keiser Report, but head over to Max's site to watch Episode 140, where he goes apeshit about the billionaires calling the shots in the Tea Party. (Max Keiser)
That's it. I hope you survive the week.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

The Bears and China's Manipulated Currency

The Bears are back... but it's not the Silver Bears, but a couple of other bears discussing China's currency manipulation and American's stupidity...

Anunnaki - Don't Watch This Film

Thanks to the Joker for pointing out Don't Watch This Film, a series on the Anunnaki...

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Caught on Camera: The St. Louis Airport Tornado

We've had some bad travel experiences, but they're nothing compared to what people experienced Friday night at St. Louis' Lambert Airport when a F2 tornado slammed into Terminal 1. It was all caught on tape by security cameras-- here's the fateful moment from several angles, courtesy of RT:

Underwater Anomalies in the Andes

I just got back from Machu Picchu. I will write more about what I saw, but for now, check out this video about underwater anomalies in the Andes Mountains of Peru...

Friday, April 22, 2011

Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Discusses Apollo 11 UFO Encounter

Don't take my word for it, listen to what Buzz Aldrin has to say...

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Too Big to Fail Trailer

Mainstream Hollywood's first attempt at a non-doc take on the financial crisis will hit the small screen this May with the premiere of HBO Films' Too Big to Fail. Directed by Curtis Hanson (8 Mile, L.A. Confidential) and based on Andrew Ross Sorkin's book, Too Big to Fail goes inside the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the domino effect on the markets, and the government response.

Here's a look at a few of the giants of big finance featured in the film and the actors portraying them:

Paul Giamatti: Ben Bernanke
Billy Crudup: Tim Geithner
James Woods: Dick Fuld (genius casting, IMO)
William Hurt: Hank Paulson
Bill Pullman: Jamie Dimon
Tony Shalhoub: John Mack
Matthew Modine: John Thain
Ed Asner: Warren Buffett
Cynthia Nixon: Michele Davis
Dan Hedaya: Barney Frank

Max Keiser: Murderers and Martyrs

In the latest edition of the Keiser Report, Max is extra hot-and-bothered over Sen. Carl Levin's report about how Goldman Sachs manipulated the mortgage markets, and how Lloyd Blankfien possibly pejured himself during Congressional hearings following the financial collapse of '08. Seriously, what little is left of his hair was practically standing on end. In the back half, Keiser's rant against financial corruption continues with credit derivatives expert Janet Tavakoli.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011


In honor of 4/20, here's a documentary about the $20 billion a year marijuana industry in Canada...

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Hollywood Apocalyptica: Battle L.A.

It takes a lot to get me into an actual movie theater these days and pay $12 to share breathing room with a few hundred L.A. douchebags and their beeping texting devices, but an honest-to God, rock-em-sock-em, so-bad-its-good disaster flick is one of the few cinematic pleasures that will lead me to suck it up and deal with the westside's worst. Battle: Los Angeles was one of them, and although it didn't ascend to the lofty heights of Independence Day or even Volcano, I'm a sucker for watching my hometown invaded by reptilian-looking aliens while Aaron Eckhart emotes just enough to ensure himself another paycheck picture by asking a ten-year old boy to be "his little marine." With a domestic gross of nearly $82 million, there's a significant chance we'll be seeing a sequel in the not-too-distant future. Battle: Shanghai anyone?

Battle: Los Angeles received only a 21% "fresh" rating from the top critics on Rotten Tomatoes, placing it behind even the critically reviled remake of Arthur and the stoner comedy Your Highness. But of all those crankypants purveyors of celluloid high art, I found myself agreeing the most with one Mr. Bill Goodykoontz (that's his real name, I'm not making this shit up) of the Arizona Republic:
As it stands, Battle: Los Angeles is good dumb fun. A little less talking and a little weirder alien and it might have been something more.
If you're a disaster flick aficionado like me, the two-hour romp through an exploding Santa Monica war zone will certainly hold your attention. Natives will especially enjoy watching the intergalactic reptilians waste the 10 freeway.

Battle: Los Angeles is still playing nationwide and will hit DVD in June.

Monday, April 18, 2011

Monday A.M. Red Pill: Fukushima/Chernobyl Comparisons, Do Anti-Depressants Work?, and Draconian Anti-Marijuana Laws

It's Monday. Time to splash a little water on your face and swallow a dose of reality. Without further ado, here's the latest installment of the Red Pill...
Japan Meltdown: A haunting guest post comparing/contrasting Fukushima and Chernobyl. (Zero Hedge)

Global Meltdown: The sanity and wisdom of George... Japan's Nuclear Meltdown, the Economic Meltdown, and the Gulf Oil Meltdown All Happened for the Same Reason. (George Washington's Blog)

Mental Prisons: Another amazing guest post on ZH. This one is a mind-blowing essay... An Inconvenient Truth - The Truth Shall Not Set Us Free (Zero Hedge)

Big Pharma: Welcome to the United States of Sugar Pills! Do Anti-Depressants Work? It Very Well Might Be the Placebo That Does the Trick (AlterNet)

Gulag - Made In America: In Montana, a medical marijuana user faces life imprisonment for 3 grams of weed, meanwhile sex offenders get 5 years tops in the absurdity of Draconian soft drug laws. (AlterNet)
That's it for now. Good luck and I hope you survive the week.

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Max Keiser: For a Few Billion Dollars More and Copyright Legislation

Max and Stacy are back with another episode of the Keiser Report. Max also chats with Cory Doctrow.

Tulip Mania

The first ever bubble and market crash happened happened in 1637 because of tulip mania...

Saturday, April 16, 2011

The End of the American Dream

Hear that?

Nope, it's not Elvis leaving the building. He bailed decades ago. Instead, it's the American Dream sneaking out the back door so you don't notice.

This essay is a must read: The American Dream As We Know It Is Obsolete.

By the way after you read the essay, don't forget to check out this documentary film... The American Dream.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Matt Taibbi: The Real Housewives of Wall Street

Matt Taibbi wrote another great piece in Rolling Stone about how fucked up the Fed is and where TARP monies went. Here is a sample:
Most Americans know about that budget. What they don't know is that there is another budget of roughly equal heft, traditionally maintained in complete secrecy. After the financial crash of 2008, it grew to monstrous dimensions, as the government attempted to unfreeze the credit markets by handing out trillions to banks and hedge funds. And thanks to a whole galaxy of obscure, acronym-laden bailout programs, it eventually rivaled the "official" budget in size — a huge roaring river of cash flowing out of the Federal Reserve to destinations neither chosen by the president nor reviewed by Congress, but instead handed out by fiat by unelected Fed officials using a seemingly nonsensical and apparently unknowable methodology.
Check out the entire article here.

Max Keiser: Banking XXX

Max and Stacy are back. Max rants about Portugal bailouts and Ben Bernanke's murdering of the middle class. Max also chats with Jim Rickards from Tangent Capital about precious metals, the tanking dollar and QE2.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Peter Schiff and Economic Terrorism

Peter Schiff sounds off on a U.S. citizen who was imprisoned as a "domestic terrorist" for minting his own silver and gold coins...

Monday, April 11, 2011

Monday Morning Red Pill: Japan Coverup, Rules of Rebellion, Dead BP Whistleblowers, and Russia to Ban Gmail and Skype?

It's Monday morning and time for a little dose of reality...
Japan Meltdown: There's a coverup across the board about what's really going on in Fukushima by both nuclear companies and governments. (George Washington's Blog)

Narco War: It's getting worse and worse everyday in Mexico along the U.S. border. How bad? The FBI said there is 'Unprecedented' level of violence in Mexico, and 59 bodies were discovered in a mass grave. (AFP, LA Times)

Revolution: Sound advice that everyone needs to read. Rules of Rebellion. (Dissident Voice)

Ivory Coast: The violence has escalated and gotten so fierce that mercenaries are burning people alive. (This Is London)

Egypt: Haunting look at the ongoing battle in Egypt... Soldier in Tahrir Square. (New Yorker)

Dead Whistler Blowers: Thanks to my buddy G for sending me this link to Dead-Jailed-Missing BP Whistler Blowers. (Dead-Jailed-Missing BP Whistler Blowers)

Media Giants: That AOL-HuffPo merger ruffled a few feathers when veteran members of the editorial staff were given the big fat finger from Arianna HuffBags. (The Awl)

Gulag - Made in Russia: Ina move out of old Soviet-era Russia, the Russian Secret Service wants to ban Gmail and Skype. (The Telegraph)
That's it for now. Good luck surviving the week.

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Saturday, April 9, 2011

The Waffles Report: Project Video Gamers Nearing Completion

One of the hardest things about war is convincing people to act brutally ruthless toward other human beings. In the past, leaders used tools such as religion, love of country and scare tactic. A think tank, tasked by the Pentagon to figure ways around this, has been grooming the next generation of killers: Video Gamers.

If you do not believe this than take a look at some of the items being used in Afghanistan.

These new age war machines are custom made for the X-Box generation. You might have a hard time convincing an idealistic young kid to bomb the fuck out of some orphanage or mosque, but put him in front of a video game screen and he will knock out any target.

Abstracting the physical act of killing from reality will give a whole new dimension to wars. Instead of hurting people, you are taking out pixels. I would not be surprised of the next generation of military hardware has a "High Score" and achievements for "100 killed in one shot"... *DING*DING*DING* you win! Lights. Sounds. Achievements. High Scores. Pixels destroyed.

The ultimate killing machines are not marines, they are video gamers. Fear the kids for they hold your destruction in their little calloused thumbs!

Friday, April 8, 2011

Futuretalk with Rich Dolan

I enjoyed this talk with Rich Dolan about UFO disclosure and current world events. The conversation really gets going at about the 30 minute mark and they discuss the practicality of Alien Disclosure, aliens in the media/movies, and the coming transformation of human consciousness. Enjoy.

Friday Red Pill: Glenn Beck Steals from Alex Jones, China's Most Famous Artist Missing, Blacklisted Prof Found Dead, and Don't Grab Wil's Dick

Missing Chinese artist Ai Weiwei

Welcome to the first installment of the Friday Morning Red Pill. We decided at the Tao of Fear to give you the occasional extra dose of reality. It's time to wake up kids....
Japan Meltdown: Jake Adelstein poses the big question... Who gave TEPCO permission to use plutonium at the Reactor #3, when was permission granted, and why? (Japan Subculture)

Libyan War: It's the oil, right? The Real Reason We Rushed Into (Another) War. (Salon)

Suicided: Blacklisted Economics Professor Found Dead. This is just too freaky. (Naked Capitalism)

Cover Up: Remember the Anthrax attacks shortly after 9/11? Well, it appears that the origins of the Anthrax attacks have been covered up. (War Is a Crime)

Nanny State: The tagline on Wil Wheaton's blog says, "Don't be a dick!" Well, it looks like Wil got his dick grabbed inappropriately. Wil shared his experience about getting violated by a TSA agent when he opted out of a full body scan LAX. (WWdN: In Exile)

Gulag - Made in China: One of the country's most famous artists, Ai Weiwei, is still missing. (Guardian)

Talking Heads: Was he fired? Did he quit? Glenn Beck and Fox News part ways. (The Daily Beast)

Fear Mongers: Speaking of Glenn Beck, did you know he's been stealing Alex Jones shtick for years? (Rolling Stone)

Dumbification of America: With states struggling with massive budget deficits, some state universities are becoming the target of drastic cuts such as Penn State's creative writing department, which is getting butchered. (Daily Collegian)
That's it for now. I hope you survive the weekend.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

Matt Taibbi, Tax Cuts for the Rich, and Paul Ryan's Balls

Paul Ryan's budget proposal is a ploy to get the middle class to eat shit, while the uber-rich have their taxes trimmed from 35% to 25%. But don't listen to what I have to say, because Tax Cuts for the Rich on the Backs of the Middle Class; or, Paul Ryan Has Balls is a top notch piece of political writing from Matt Taibbi...
Paul Ryan, the Republican Party’s latest entrant in the seemingly endless series of young, prickish, over-coiffed, anal-retentive deficit Robespierres they’ve sent to the political center stage in the last decade or so, has come out with his new budget plan. All of these smug little jerks look alike to me – from Ralph Reed to Eric Cantor to Jeb Hensarling to Rand Paul and now to Ryan, they all look like overgrown kids who got nipple-twisted in the halls in high school, worked as Applebee’s shift managers in college, and are now taking revenge on the world as grownups by defunding hospice care and student loans and Sesame Street. They all look like they sleep with their ties on, and keep their feet in dress socks when doing their bi-monthly duty with their wives.
Read the entire Rolling Stone article here.

Max Keiser: Virtual Pigs Eat Dirty Cash

Max and Stacy are back with another episode of the Keiser Report. Max has a special guest Alex Jones on his program to chat about scores of Americans on food stamps and financial terror

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

The Waffles Report: Oh, Oh, Sony!

As reported on The Daily What, the Hacker group Anonymous decided to target the Sony corporation.
After the monster corp attacked PS3 hackers George Hotz, A.K.A. Geohot with an epic legal battle and had the police raid Graf_Chokolo last month, Anonymous has decided to teach SONY "a few important lessons that your mother forgot."
I actually think this is pretty cool.

Sony is a rich ass corporation and the only ones that are going to be embarrassed or hurt here are Sony executives. Sony has been asking for this for years with their stupid law suits and locking down of peoples purchases with their stupid "protection." I think they are one of the bad companies and deserve what they get. Good luck to Anonymous.

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Craigslist Hooker Serial Killer Strikes Again?; More Human Remains Found on Long Island

What is happening at Giglo Beach?

Investigators discovered the remains of four more bodies. That brings the total of eight bodies discovered since last December when four bodies belonging to known-prostitutes on craigslist were uncovered.

Suffolk County officials have yet to release any word if the newly discovered bodies are related to the four dead hookers.

Without a Serial Killer, Dead Prostitutes Just Don't Matter is a stellar read by Jaclyn Gallucci of the Long Island Press. She sheds some light into the difficulties about catching the criminals who dumped the bodies of dead hookers at various locations on Long Island.

Monday, April 4, 2011

You're Just Carrying the Water for Mr. Obama

Wow. I'm willing to bet big bucks that Michael Scheuer will never be a guest on CNN again the way he totally made two anchors look like inept fools.

The interview heats up in the last minute. I'm glad to see invited guests speak their minds, but the downside is that they rarely get invited back.

Anyway, check out what CIA analyst Michael Scheuer's interview with CNN about the truths of the U.S. involvement in Libya. Pay close attention to how the drones try to talk around the issue and Scheuer gives them the straight dope.

H/T to ZeroHedge.

Monday A.M. Red Pill: Nibiru, Japan's Meltdown, More Dead Fish, Silver Manipulation, Mind Control, and China Cracking Down on Dissidents

It's Monday morning and time for a little dose of reality.
Japan's Nuclear Meltdown: Here's a thorough Update on Japan's Nuclear Crisis. (George Washington's Blog)

Dead Fish: More tragic ecological impact from the BP oil spill... Dolphin Die-Off: How Big Is the Iceberg? (Switchboard)

Nibiru: Here's some background on Nibiru (a.k.a. Planet X) or Comet Elenin, as it's being called by the federales in the (scant reports) mainstream media. Whatever it is... it's getting closer and closer, and more weird things are happening. (

Financial Collapse: The Coming Great Depression needs no introduction. (Contra Hour)

Silver Manipulation: We're huge fans of the Silver Bears and enjoy a good silver conspiracy theory, which is why you should read this detailed report Things That Make You Go Hmmmmm....On Silver Conspiracy Theories and Other Oddities. (Zero Hedge)

Gulag - Made in the USA: The Return of the Debtors Prison is why I no longer carry any credit card debt! (New Deal 2.0)

Gulag - Made in China: China is quietly cracking down on potential troublemakers in the wake of the Middle East and North African revolutions. (New Yorker)

Mind Control: Are TV newscasters being controlled by a secret government microwave project? (Daily Mail)

Espionage: Bob Baer shares his thoughts on the Khost tragedy in Dagger to the CIA. (QQ)
That's it for now. I hope you survive the week.

Sunday, April 3, 2011

Max Keiser: Food Stamp Army

Max and Stacy return. Max is fired up as per usual and he uses a Slinky as a prop and rants about the rich getting richer, while the once-healthy American middle class has disappeared into thin air and they have become the starving masses awaiting for food stamps to eat. Max also chats with Dmitry Orlov about the impending economic collapse.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Nanny State: Removal of Basketball Hoops

The last leg of the college basketball March Madness tournament begins today with the Final Four. However, it appears that the state of Delaware is not a fan of basketball according to this video involving the DOT and the McCafferty family. Apparently, someone in the neighborhood complained about basketball hoops in one neighborhood, so the DOT cited an obscure law and removed them all. The McCafferty family attempted to fight the removal of a hoop that has been in his driveway for over 60 years. He parked his van in front of the hoop and his wife even climbed on top of it. They videotaped their encounter with a law enforcement officer, which revealing about so many things that are wrong with the direction of America and this overbearing Nanny State.

Thanks to @NestaRastaPoker for the video.

The Fed: Printing Money for Foreign Banks

This Bloomberg article was highly disturbing: Foreign Banks Tapped Fed's Lifeline Most as Bernanke Kept Borrowers Secret. Here's the opening two paragraphs...
U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke's two-year fight to shield crisis-squeezed banks from the stigma of revealing their public loans protected a lender to local governments in Belgium, a Japanese fishing-cooperative financier and a company part-owned by the Central Bank of Libya.

Dexia SA (DEXB), based in Brussels and Paris, borrowed as much as $33.5 billion through its New York branch from the Fed's "discount window" lending program, according to Fed documents released yesterday in response to a Freedom of Information Act request. Dublin-based Depfa Bank Plc, taken over in 2007 by a German real-estate lender later seized by the German government, drew $24.5 billion.
The Central Bank of Libya is the most haunting. Even ZeroHedge had something to say about the Fed bailing out a Libya-owned bank.

For a couple of years, the rumor mill intensified that a few foreign entities received bail out money, but now those rumors are fact. It's beyond absurd that government-owned banks, such as the Bank of China and the Bank of Scotland, were able to get bumped to the front of the line of the Fed's "discount borrowing window."

It's still nauseating that American banks (the likes of Bank of America, J.P. Morgan, Citibank) were handed over piles of cash in order to keep the financial system from totally imploding, but I'm still fuzzy on the justification of handing over taxpayer money to foreign banks?

Oh, that's right... I forgot for a second that Bernanke doesn't give a rat's ass about America because he's just a soulless puppet with a wooden noggin' who is getting his strings pulled by the banking elite.

Friday, April 1, 2011

The Waffles Report: C.H.U.D.

I have been thinking. Yes, I know. Dangerous.

We will probably have an outbreak of some form of C.H.U.D in the near future. Think about it. The meat and vegetables of radiated Japan are just sitting there. Nobody is supposed to buy this shit because it is going to be glowing for like 1,000 years. However, we all know that greed trumps humanity, so it will be sold. Either an inspector will get a payout, some politician will get "caught" screwing some 16 year-old Japanese girl, or some third world country will funnel the poisoned products through their system. At best, it will end up in cat and dog food all over our country. Kibbles and Bits -- now with real irradiated meat chunks!

All of these cats and dogs will be pissing as usual. Down the drain. Streams of irradiated urine will be flooding into the sewers and meeting up with that number two favorite sewer prize: Discarded Lizards. Alligators. Komodo Dragons. Snakes.

Lizards are the most adaptable species outside of cockroaches in the world. Cut off an arm. It regrows. Cut off a nuclear poisoned arm... what the fuck could it grow into?

It will cause a rise in giant alligators in the sewers, odd deformed creatures, and yes, man eating C.H.U.D. It will not be safe to walk the streets after midnight. One minute your watching trannies offering tricks on the streets of NYC and the next minute some C.H.U.D. is eating your face underground.

Be careful out there and keep the dog food in a lead box. This has been a public service announcement from the TAO of Fear.