Archive | February 24, 2016

The U.S. Military Court Recent Decisions, and the Black Vote*

The U.S. Military Court Recent Decisions, and the Black Vote*

By Tom Heneghan

It can now be reported that President Obama’s decision to close Guantanamo Bay, Cuba was ordered by the secret U.S. Military Court now operating in Washington, D.C., along with the U.S. Michigan and Tennessee Flag Officers.

Seven (7) of the detainees previously held at Guantanamo Bay have been flown to Washington D.C. and will now appear in front of the U.S. Military Court.

The seven (7) former Guantanamo Bay prisoners are actually deep cover U.S. CIA assets who can unlock the secrets of NAZI George W. BushFRAUD’s 9/11 CIA ‘Skull and Bones’ Black Op.

P.S.  The U.S. Military Court is also in possession of ONI (Office of Naval Intelligence) tapes from October of 2000 in which then lifelong CIA stooge President Bill Clinton talks directly with then Texas Governor George W. Bush on the need to corrupt the Voters New Service in the states of West Virginia, Tennessee, Missouri and New Hampshire using a NSA pro-BushFRAUD virus.

Clinton also had talks with then Governor Jeb Bush of Florida on the urgency to illegally purge 70,000 or more African-Americans from the voter rolls in Florida as to, and I quote Clinton “Keep Gore out of the White House at all costs”.


Note: The Clinton Justice Department and scumbag, then Assistant Attorney General, Eric Holder, ignored seven (7) criminal referrals from Florida voting officials naming Jeb Bush and Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris as criminal conspirators in the violation of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

Scumbag Holder was too busy negotiating the pardon of Bush-Clinton Crime Family Syndicate’s bag man, Marc Rich.


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There’s More Going on in a Baby’s Consciousness than We Are Aware Of*

There’s More Going on in a Baby’s Consciousness than We Are Aware Of*

Genuine laughterBy Soren Dreier

In Beyond Science, Epoch Times explores research and accounts related to phenomena and theories that challenge our current knowledge. We delve into ideas that stimulate the imagination and open up new possibilities. Share your thoughts with us on these sometimes controversial topics in the comments section below.

Recently, I was approached by a couple who just had their third child. The baby was in agony and they couldn’t find a reason. The 3-month-old couldn’t seem to rest. Was it the milk? Was it pain? What was it?

In my experience (I have a degree in child psychology and I work as an alternative healer), some babies are having a hard time adjusting from either the birth itself or simply to being in their body. In regression therapy, some people can remember their own birth. The details are confirmed by their parents.

It is a phenomenon which is well known among psychotherapists as well as mystics. So there is obviously more going on in the consciousness of an infant than we are aware of.

Many parents play music for their babies while the babies are still in the womb. As long as the music is friendly and symmetrical, I think that is a very good idea and the same music can be used after birth for putting the baby to sleep or to settle an upset baby.

The difficult thing about babies is that they, of course, have no oral language so they can’t say what’s wrong. The body language and the facial expressions can also be hard to decipher, since there are only two expressions to “read” for the first few months: pleasure or pain.

But here’s a method that helps: talk to the baby when she sleeps.

It is similar to the methods used by the indigenous peoples of the Arctic and South America.

I came across this method in the early ’90s, and I later found out that it is similar to the methods used by the indigenous peoples of the Arctic and South America.

In Paris, psychiatrist Caroline Eliacheff worked at a ward where they would bring abandoned babies in from the streets of Paris—babies who were found in garbage bins, in parks, and in the subway.

Eliacheff and her team had developed a method to heal these babies, who needless to say were in a very bad situation physically and psychologically.

They would whisper to a sleeping baby something like: “I can see that you are hurting. I am very, very sorry about that. I need to tell you that you are loved, by me and by your mother. You where not abandoned because your mother didn’t love you. She couldn’t take care of you and left you so that you could come here. You are in a place where you are loved.”

These weren’t Eliacheff’s exact words, but based on the idea of this treatment, these are words I would have said in a similar situation. This method can be used to treat various problems, whether it be the unsettling experience of birth or physical issues like colic and bodily pains.

I think reincarnation plays a role in the baby’s ability to understand these complex ideas being communicated to him, even if this may seem “a bit out there” and mystical in a medical world of statistics and research. The baby’s mind has lived before and knows more than it could from its limited time in its current body.

I don’t think that reincarnation is, however, the only explanation for this. I’m inclined to say without further ado, that babies just understand.

We know from children’s psychology that babies are masters of reading facial expressions, moods, and body language. What is a baby if not unconditioned consciousness and thereby limitless in its perception?

What is a baby if not unconditioned consciousness and thereby limitless in its perception?

I believe they have the reminiscences of the cosmos still and, in a way, the main part of their consciousness still is very much synced with the celestial realm from which they come.

I was recently in touch with a mother who hadn’t had one hour of uninterrupted sleep for herself in five months.

I coached her into the baby talk: “In order to take care of you and play with you, I really need my sleep. I would so love if you would help me with that. You are here with us now and we love you and you have nothing to fear. We will do everything in our power to protect you.”

After three days, the baby settled and had hours of uninterrupted sleep. So did the parents.

The talk has to be calm. The talk has to be without emotional outbursts. The talk needs to target what is “wrong,” and often what is wrong is on a mystical level, as coming into flesh is perceived as unpleasant and very far from an existence in the spirit world of the celestial.

If the baby is breastfed, it often is the mother’s burden and that will wear her down. The father, who really wants to help, has very few tools with which to operate, no matter how involved he is. This can create a friction between the parents and a baby will pick up on those “bad vibes.” They are not bad parents—it’s human behaviour, no matter how conscious the parents are.

Talk to the baby: “We are very sorry that it seems like we are annoyed at each other. We do not sleep that much, that is why. We love you and will keep you safe.”

And along that line, as mentioned in the above example, do not blame anybody! Do not say: “I’m so tired and your daddy is really of no help.” You are not talking to a therapist or a girlfriend. Heal with words and drop the blame game. If not, you are programming the baby, in this example, to dislike her dad.

You can use your hands also. Put your right hand very gently on the baby’s tummy or caress it gently while you talk. Do the baby talk a couple of times a day.

Have peace in your heart when you do it. Keep a calm voice and only do it when you feel settled. If not, you will only radiate further discontent and risk making things worse.

I practiced this for years on healing babies, and it is very efficient. I have worked with parents and introduced this, and the results speak for themselves. The method is very safe.

This method can also be used with toddlers. When they start in daycare, they often have the fear of being abandoned. Explain it to them before they start and during the first weeks until the child is familiar with the situation.

Talk to the babies, even if you feel silly.


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Johnson and Johnson Ordered to Pay $72M for Knowingly Causing Cancer with Product*

Johnson and Johnson Ordered to Pay $72M for Knowingly Causing Cancer with Product*

A Missouri court has ordered pharmaceutical giant Johnson and Johnson to pay $72 million in damages to the family of a woman who claimed that the company’s talcum powder caused the ovarian cancer that killed her within three years.

Alabama resident Jacqueline Salter Fox filed a lawsuit prior to her death in October 2015. Her complaint was part of a broader claim in Missouri, which involved nearly 60 people. Following Fox’s death at the age of 62, her son took over as a plaintiff in the case. Fox’s family will now receive $10 million in actual damages and $62 million in punitive damages, a circuit court in St. Louis ruled on Monday. In her suit, Fox said she had used Baby Powder and Shower to Shower for feminine hygiene for more than 35 years before being diagnosed with ovarian cancer three years ago. Her attorneys argued that Fox’s terminal ovarian cancer was directly caused by the talc inside the personal hygiene products. They also claimed that the company had known about the risk of cancer for decades, but failed to warn customers in a race for profit.

Speaking at the hearing on February 16, Allen Smith, an attorney for the family, argued that the company “valued profits over human life”.

“Johnson and Johnson was aware of every one of these studies going back 30 to 40 years,” Smith said, referring to a mid-1990’s government study that revealed that talc caused cancer in rats.

While Fox had other health problems that could have played a role in her cancer diagnosis, the attorneys insisted that her use of Johnson and Johnson’s products was key to the fatal disease. The company said that it was “disappointed with the outcome of the trial” and was considering appealing the verdict.

“We sympathize with the plaintiff’s family but firmly believe the safety of cosmetic talc is supported by decades of scientific evidence,” said the pharmaceutical giant’s spokeswoman Carol Goodrich.

In the meantime, about 1,000 cases are pending against Johnson and Johnson in Missouri and another 200 have been filed in New Jersey. Fox’s suit is the first to have resulted in monetary compensation. In 2013, a federal jury in Sioux Falls, South Dakota found that plaintiff Deane Berg’s ovarian cancer had been caused in part by Johnson and Johnson’s body powder, but Berg was not awarded any damages, Reuters reported


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The Global ‘War on Cash’: A Country by Country Guide*

The Global ‘War on Cash’: A Country by Country Guide*

moneyblackholeThe war has been waged through mainstream propaganda outletsTV advertisements and even children’s games.

We’ve heard cash is dirtied by drug dealingtarnished by terrorismtainted by tax evasion (heaven forbid!) and just plain dirty. Not to mention sooooo outdated.

Just this week Norway has jumped aboard the cashless society agenda with DNB, the country’s largest bank, calling for a total end to cash. The story only sounds shocking only to people who haven’t heard the similar stories from Sweden or Denmark or India or Israel or any of the dozens of other countries whose banksters and (bankster-controlled) governments have openly lusted after a world of completely trackable, completely bank-controlled transactions.

But all of these stories, reported piecemeal here and there over the years, don’t give the full story about how this “war on cash” is being waged on every continent and in every country by the same banksters that stand to benefit from a cashless world. Let’s fix that by compiling a list of examples from around the world of how cash payments are being regulated, restricted and phased out. The list below will be updated as new stories come in.

If you have a link to relevant news from your own country or know of such news from another country, please let us know. Corbett Report members are invited to contribute to the list by logging in and leaving links to the relevant info in the comments below.

3fcd8-zbigniew_brezinski-between_two_ages_americas_role_in_the_technotronic_era_1970The Cashless Society List

ARGENTINA – Argentina’s currency crisis has been known for some time. In short, Argentinians don’t trust the peso and are willing to pay premium for any currency they perceive as “more stable,” especially U.S. dollars which are traded on the black market as “blue dollars” at prices far exceeding the official exchange rate. That’s why Argentina has been tipped for some time as a country that is likely to go cashless sooner than later, with a 2014 report from the Bitcoin Market Opportunity Index ranking Argentina as the most likely jurisdiction to replace sovereign currency with bitcoin. Argentinians have reason to be wary about this New Monetary Order, however; in a move described as “an eerie glimpse of what a cashless society enables” the Argentinian government mandated that banks report every credit card purchase made in the country directly to the tax authorities and added a 15 percent tax surcharge every time a purchase is made outside the country using a credit card issued by an Argentine bank.

AUSTRALIA – Late last year the Westpac banking group issued a “Cash Free Report” touting the highly self-serving finding that “Over half (53%) of payments currently made in Australia are cashless” (using Westpac online banking services like their cardless ATMs, no doubt). The report goes on to predict that Australia will be cash free by 2022. Meanwhile, the government is readying a cashless welfare system that will allow the government to control what the money is spent on. What could possibly go wrong?

BELGIUM – In 2014 the Belgian government passed new restrictions on cash payments: cash can no longer be used to pay for real estate, and there is a 3000 euro limit on cash payments for other assets (unless purchase second hand).

CANADA – In 2007 the Canadian government stopped allowing payment of taxes in cash at government service centres. In 2010 Passport Canada followed suit. In 2011 56% of Canadians polled said they were happy to live in a bankster-controlled cashless society so the country killed the penny in 2012 and the Royal Canadian Mint started pimping the “MintChip” as a new form of electronic payment that will be “better than cash.” The Mint ended the program in 2014 but the Great White North is still on track to be a cashless society in the coming years.

CHINA – The People’s Bank of China, citing the need to “reduce costs, curb crimes and money laundry, facilitate transactions and boost central bank’s control on money supply and circulation” set up a research team in 2014 “to study application scenarios for digital currency and strive for an early rollout.”

DENMARK – In the 1990s about 80% of Danish retail purchases were made with cash, but these days it’s more like 25%. But if the Danish government has its way, that number will be 0% by 2030. That’s the year the Danish government has set for the complete elimination of paper money in Denmark.

ECUADOR – Last year Ecuador became the first government to launch a digital currency completely administered and controlled by a central bank. Called the Dinero Electronico, the currency can be purchased with cash, stored in electronic wallets on a phone, and can be exchanged by text message.

EU – The head of the EU Anti-Fraud Office Giovanni Kessler, came out earlier this year to call for abolishing the 500 euro note because they “can make the life of fraudsters much easier.” He also noted that a more widespread adoption of electronic payment systems would be better for his office because “Traceability is paramount in fighting corruption and fraud.”

FRANCE – In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks last year, the French government stepped up its war on cash. In March of last year, French Finance Minister Michel Sapin declared it necessary to “fight against the use of cash and anonymity in the French economy” in order to combat “low-cost terrorism.” As of September 2015 it is illegal for French citizens to make purchases exceeding 1000 euros in cash.

GERMANY – In a rather abrupt turnaround from a 2014 Bundesbank paper on “The Irreplaceability of Cash,” the German Finance Ministry (perhaps egged on by the country’s leading Keynesian economist) is looking into a 5000 euro cap on all cash payments. And although Germany is still a cash-based society, things are changing; a 2014 survey found that 34% of the population makes purchases electronically already and 20% can envision making all their purchases via smartphone payment systems in the future.

HONG KONG – When it launched in 1997, the Hong Kong Mass Transit Railway’s Octopus Card was just the second contactless smart card system in the world (after South Korea’s UPass). Although originally used to pay for journeys on public transit, it can now be used at convenience stores, vending machines, supermarkets, photo booths and other retail outlets. In 2004 all metered parking spaces in Hong Kong were converted to cashless meters that required Octopus Cards for payment.

INDIA – India is one of the most cash-dependent economies in the world with a cash-to-GDP ratio of 12%, almost four times that of fellow BRICS nations Brazil and South Africa.  But it won’t be for long if the Indian government has its way. Last June the Indian Ministry of Finance posted a draft proposal to its website for facilitating the rise of cashless payments in the country. In his 2015 budget speech the Finance Minister declared: “One way to curb the flow of black money is to discourage transactions in cash. Now that a majority of Indians has or can have, a RUPAY debit card. I therefore, proposes to introduce soon several measure that will incentivize credit or debit card transactions and disincentivize cash transaction.”

IRELAND – A 2013 paper from the Central Bank of Ireland lamented Ireland’s slow adoption of electronic payments and over-reliance on cheques, noting “Ireland could save up to €1bn per year by migrating to more efficient [i.e. electronic] payment instruments.” Later that year, the Central Bank launched a National Payments plan to help facilitate the transition and kicked off a €1m national marketing campaign to encourage the migration to electronic payments. The scale of the campaign surprised many, with the Irish Independent pointing out that “It’s a major advertising spend in the current climate, where a big-promotion budget spend is considered to be in the region of €500,000 outside of the big global blue-chips.” Late last year the Cork City Centre Forum attempted to take the lead in the cashless transition by launching the “Cork Cash Out” campaign aiming “to encourage consumers to ween off cash and opt-in for electronic-only transactions instead.”

ISRAEL – In 2014 a special committee headed by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Chief of Staff Harel Locker released a report examining how to reduce the use of cash in the country. The report advocates reforms (including restrictions and limits on cash transactions) as part of a strategy whose aim is “reduced use of cash, reduced use of endorsed checks, and increased use of electronic means of payment.”

ITALY – In 2011 newly appointed Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti made cash payments over 1000 euro illegal. “What we need is a revolution in Italians’ thinking” Monti told reporters as he announced the emergency decree which was put into law before it was even formally voted on in parliament.

KENYA – Last year the Kenyan government awarded a contract to MasterCard to administer a smart card that can be used to pay for government services and receive welfare payments. Anne Waiguru of the Ministry of Devolution and Planning explained: “Uwezo Fund beneficiaries, Youth and Women Funds disbursements, National Youth Service, Social welfare government cash transfers to families, government food subsidies, hunger safety net cash transfers and cash transfers to orphaned children will be disbursed through the cards,” neglecting to add that the card also gives MasterCard access to the biometric details of 170 million potential customers.

MEXICO – In 2013 the Mexican government banned cash payments of more than 500,000 pesos for real estate and more than 200,000 pesos for cars, jewellery or lottery tickets.

NETHERLANDS – In 2013 the mayors of Almere, Rotterdam and Maastricht engaged in a publicity stunt to promote a campaign encouraging the public to abandon cash. They spent a week without spending any cash, relying solely on debit cards for purchases. The campaign is part of a long term trend away from cash and toward debit payments in many supermakets and other businesses around the country.

NORWAY – Late last week Trond Bentestuen, a senior executive at Norway’s largest bank, complained to the VG Newspaper that the Norwegian central bank “can only account for 40%” of the Norwegian kroner in circulation, meaning “that 60% of money usage is outside of any control.” There’s only one conclusion, according to Bentestuen: “There are so many dangers and disadvantages associated with cash, we have concluded that it should be phased out.” Don’t worry, though, the nation’s Finance Ministry says it has “no plans to change the law in this area”…for now.

PHILIPPINES – In the Phillippines, the government has launched an “E-Peso” project with the explicit aim of “transforming communities into cashless societies.” Touted as “a digital/virtual currency based on the Philippine Peso” its main selling point (according to the E-Peso’s own website) is that: “Since E-Peso transactions are completely digital, everything will automatically be recorded onto the customer’s account activity log.” The initiative is funded by infamous CIA front USAID, which “has awarded a US$25-million, five-year project to a company called Chemonics to support the Philippine government in the promotion and adoption of e-payments in the Philippines.”

SAUDI ARABIA – A MasterCard report on “The Cashless Journey” noted that by increasing the share of debit card transactions in the economy between 2006 and 2011, Saudi Arabia was moving at a faster than average pace toward a cashless society. Commenting on the report, Khalid Hariry of MasterCard noted: “Saudi Arabia is indeed moving at a better than average pace on its cashless journey, which has been significantly spurred along by government leadership. Regulation mandating wages assignment of employees’ to bank accounts has vastly increased access to electronic payment methods for the Saudi population over a short period of time. These changes, coming alongside initiatives to spur acceptance, and a push to migrate payments made during the Hajj and Umrah pilgrimages, can be expected to shift substantial share of consumer payments away from cash in the coming years.”

SPAIN – Citing budgetary austerity and the need to clamp down on tax fraud the Spanish government banned cash payments of more than 2,500 euros in 2012.

SWEDEN – Last year Stockholm’s KTH Royal Institute of Technology released a report stating that the country is on track to completely eliminating cash transactions in the foreseeable future. Noting that there are now only 80 billion Swedish crowns in circulation in the economy (down from 106 just six years ago), the report highlights how digital person-to-person payment technology “Swish” (developed in collaboration with Danish banks) is already transforming the country’s banking sector, where there are now entire banks that do not accept cash. Meanwhile, the Swedish public is being urged to stop using cash by no less a cultural icon than ABBA’s Björn Ulveaus, who brags that the ABBA museum is now a cashless institution.

URUGUAY – Under the “Financial Inclusion Law” which took effect in May 2015 the Uruguayan government has banned all cash payments over $5,000, thus requiring all property and vehicle purchases to go through the banking system. This is part of a wave of such legislation throughout Latin America hailed as a way of “giving the people what they need” (i.e. access to banking) even when (as the very same report notes) “those on the edges of the financial system are distrustful of banks” especially in Uruguay.

UK – In 2014 cashless payments surpassed cash payments for the first time in the UK, with research (from cashless payment provider Kalixo Pro) suggesting that the average Brit only carries £17.79 in cash at any time and 1 in 4 will walk away if a business doesn’t accept card payment. London buses went cashless in 2014 and just last year the Bank of England’s chief economist made the case for negative interest rates and abolishing cash.


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U.S. Tried to Blackmail Morales against Nationalizing Bolivian Oil*

U.S. Tried to Blackmail Morales against Nationalizing Bolivian Oil*

The U.S. government tried to put pressure on Evo Morales and blackmail him into trying to make him change Bolivia’s economic policies, according to Norwegian investigative journalist Eirik Vold, who spent two years studying WikiLeaks documents related to the issue.

According to classified documents, it all started back in 2006 right after Morales was elected as the President of Bolivia.

“There were cables from that period that clearly indicate that the United States was trying to practically blackmail Evo Morales into changing Bolivia’s economic policies,” Vold told Radio Sputnik.

When Morales sought to nationalize Bolivia’s petroleum resources, the U.S. government threatened Morales in private telling him that it would cut the financing of Bolivia by influencing policies of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the World Bank.

When Morales refused to give in, the U.S. government began financing Bolivian opposition groups, which sought to overthrow the national government.

“The first document we have about that is from 2007 when they [the U.S. government] supported separatist groups with $4 million with the expressed intention of strengthening them against the national government,” Vold told Radio Sputnik.

The Norwegian journalist also said that the U.S. government knew about the plans of separatist movements in the Half Moon region. The separatists wanted to blow up pipelines and resort to other violent measures in an attempt to force the government of Morales to recognize their demands.

Meanwhile, Morales might be on the verge of losing the Sunday referendum on his bid to seek a fourth consecutive presidential term, according to the preliminary results of the vote published Monday.

Over 87% of the estimated 6.5 million eligible voters participated in the referendum.

The Bolivian constitution allows the president to hold office only for two consecutive terms, but in 2013, the Bolivian Constitutional Court ruled that Morales had a right to run for the third term.


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