Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Keiser Report: Whammies of Wall St. Witches

From RussiaToday

In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert look at the latest BIS warning of a global credit bubble caused by zero percent interest rate policies meant to appease the angry hidden people in the shadow banking system. In the second half, Max Keiser talks to David Smith of GenevaBusinessInsider.blogspot.com about the Swiss currency peg, the global game of honesty limbo in the financial sector and hoping that midnight never comes for Alice in Switzerland.

Could Australia's Mining Boom Be Over?

Australian business confidence plunged last month to the lowest level since 2009 as companies struggled with a weaker global outlook, government spending cuts and the currency’s sustained strength, a private survey showed.

Alex Jones - Economy on The Skids

From TheAlexJonesChannel

Published on Dec 10, 2012
On the Monday, December 10 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Alex covers war in the Middle East as the EU and the Obama administration move the final hurdles out of the way and move toward an all-out invasion of Syria under the pretense of making the region safe from the threat of chemical weapons. Alex also covers the rapid deterioration of the economy in the United States as food stamp use skyrockets and employment rates stagnate.

Kevin Sorbo talks about ending the printing press and learning about Agorism!

From SilverCircleMovie

Capital Account - Eric Sprott: Silver to Outshine Gold as the Investment of this Decade!

Gold, Silver and Lauren does life get any better?

From CapitalAccount


From fknnewz

SOLA 5.26 Economic Evaporation

From TruthNeverTold

Breaking The Set - Egypt's Unfinished Revolution, Pentagon Black Budget

From breakingtheset

Drones with Frick'n Laser Beams Attached

From Time

Original source

The unfolding revolution wrought by unmanned aerial vehicles has freed a number of military missions from the tyranny of human endurance. Plinking terrorists no longer requires an aircraft with oxygen flowing into the cockpit, parachutes or other gear necessary to ensure a pilot’s survival.

But another limit still exists.

When MQ-1 Predators are armed, they head off into the wild blue yonder with a lone pair of Hellfire missiles under their wings. It’s a double-barreled shotgun you can’t reload.

But folks at General Atomics are getting increasingly excited by the HELLADS — the High Energy Liquid Laser Defense System. It is designed to shrink a flying laser into a package small enough to cram onto an aircraft.

“It would give us an unlimited magazine,” says one person close to the program. There’s talk that it could be fielded within five years.

In other words, an unmanned aircraft could not only give U.S. forces a so-called “persistent presence” overhead, it wouldn’t have to return to base after firing its pair of missiles for lack of additional firepower.

General Atomics Aeronautical - Predator C Avenger UAS Combat Simulation

Cafe Royal reopens in London in all its golden opulence

Ronald Stöferle: 'gold is a soft metal, but a hard currency'

From GoldMoneyNews