A List of Assassinated Leaders Who Had Opposed the Creation of Money “Ex Nihilo”

Mayer Amschal Rothschild (1744 – 1812), The Federal Reserve, and John F Kennedy

by Dee McLachlan

(Michael Rivero, who lives in Hawaii, created a video that would put a stop to war right now if people would watch it. It is called “All wars are bankers wars“. It is time now for everyone to give up their innocence and see what has been going on — namely, any leader who stood in the way of private central bankers, landed up being killed. Much of this article is a condensed adaptation.)

I had dinner with a banker last week. I tried to get him to explain how money was created — but he insisted that money was not printed out of thin air.

Then what about the Fed’s Quantitative Easing? I asked. But he had an answer for everything. I felt bamboozled.

Consider another banker, Sir Joseph Stamp. He was the President of the Bank of England in the 1920s, and the second richest man in Britain. He said:

The modern banking system manufactures money out of nothing. The process is perhaps the most astounding piece of sleight of hand that was ever invented.

[Read more…]

Forgiveness for Hillary, Immunity for Podesta: An Open Letter to the AG  

In younger years, Rolf Harris ran a children’s TV show on the BBC

by Mary Maxwell, PhD, LLB

Dear US Attorney General Jeff Sessions,

The fact that you were kind enough to vacate your Senate seat so Ol’ Mare could have a chance to grab it is always on my mind. I know you are busy with all the chores of the DoJ and apparently having to deal with immense political infighting. Today I am offering you information that could bring a bit of relief.

Because it has to do with Pizzagate, you may think this is the last subject in the world that could bring relief – but I have a habit of seeing things in a different light from most people.

I am going to suggest that you summon John Podesta and offer him a deal – immunity in exchange for sufficient information. I also suggest you promise a pardon to Mrs Clinton. [Read more…]

Ziglar, a Shocker of a Supreme Court Case: Mueller and Ashcroft Walk Free

Inscription on the Liberty Bell is from Leviticus 25:10 — “Proclaim liberty throughout the land to all its inhabitants” 

by Mary Maxwell, currently a candidate for US Senate

The 18th century Founding Fathers of the United States were only too aware of the likelihood of powerful “gentlemen” belittling the ordinary Joe. The fact that we have such a strong Constitution is thanks to that very awareness. James Madison, George Washington, George Mason and others – God bless ’em – had a mathematical sense of how to constrain the powerful.

I’ve lived outside the US for most of the last four decades. But before that, when I was here in the Sixties and Seventies, I saw the Supreme Court very nearly perfecting the plan of the Constitution to protect the ordinary Joe. Perhaps it was the Civil Rights litigation that heated things up, or maybe it was just the potential of the Constitution to expand to where the little guy would indeed rise up above his oppressor. [Read more…]

The Plan To Keep Africa Enslaved

Is this Libya’s gold in London?

by Dee McLachlan

I was born and raised in Africa. Our history books distorted the truth about the “respectable” leaders, like Cecil John Rhodes. They didn’t teach us about the plunder — a plunder that never stopped.

On the surface, the gap between rich and poor does not make sense.

According to the World Bank, the citizens of Luxembourg, Qatar, Norway, Singapore and Switzerland enjoy some of the highest household average salaries in the world. Luxembourg, for example, has an annual household average salary of $91,388 (I presume USD).

And take for example, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) — a country ravaged by conflict. With a population of 75 million, it has the lowest household average salary in Africa — a mere $422. (Does this mean an average of $1.15 per day for the family?) [Read more…]

Fascinating Proposal for a Lawsuit against NATO Members

by Mary W Maxwell, current candidate for the US Senate

Here is a delightfully creative case that argues the wrongness of bombarding civilians with depleted uranium. A private group, The Serbian Royal Academy of Scientists and Artists, says it is planning to sue the member states of NATO for damage done in Kosovo and other parts of the former Yugoslavia.

To name just one of the complaints, they say many children have developed cancer since NATO’s bombs were dropped there.

I do not know of any precedents for this — I don’t really think there is a way for a private group to sue a nation, as such. There are three well-known cases of a victim of international violence trying to get relief from domestic courts — the Filartiga suit in the US regarding a victim of torture in Paraguay; a Texas suit against the Vatican regarding pedophile priests; and the Spanish suit against Augusto Pinochet for harm done in Chile. I will discuss those below.
[Read more…]

McMartin Preschool, and Marc Dutroux – Cases of Unpunished Pedophilia

(L) McMartin Preschool, (R) Marc Dutroux

by Mary Maxwell, currently a candidate for US Senate

It is well-established that pedophiles in high places do not get arrested even when there is plenty of proof of their crime. It is winked away by police. Of course my own view is that this hands-off policy need not continue.

The Famous Case of Marc Dutroux

Marc Dutroux owned six houses in Belgium. He was a trafficker in children. That means he had customers, and we can deduce that the customers were wealthy. There is no other explanation for the opulence of Marc’s lifestyle. I wonder if the media reportage of the failure to catch Dutroux (and of the fact that once they did put him in jail, he got an early release) was itself a way to drive home to people that they are helpless. [Read more…]

The Tragic Congressional Baseball Game

(L) Baseball field, (R) the shooter — James T. Hodgkinson 

by Mary Maxwell, currently a candidate for US Senate

Do you recall when newspapers were sold in glass-fronted vending machines, and you put your nickel in? They still have them in US.

Being very disturbed about yesterday’s ‘baseball’ event, I was pleased to look through the glass and see the headline on the Tuscaloosa News today. It said (along with a photo of the flag): “A Monumental Impact?”.

So I put my nickel in (four quarters, actually). That heading was actually about the new law in Alabama against removing Confederate monuments. In Column 2, however, was an AP story by Erica Werner and Chad Day: [Read more…]

Manus Island Settlement is Not the End of the Story

By James O’Neill*

On Wednesday 14th June 2017 the Australian government settled a class action brought by Slater and Gordon solicitors on behalf of 1905 refugees and asylum seekers detained on Manus Island Papua New Guinea.  Of that initial number, 829 men remain held on the island.

The settlement came on the morning of what was anticipated to be a six-month long trial.  There were expected to be 200 witnesses, whose pre-trial statements detailed allegations of systemic violence, sexual abuse, and inadequate medical treatment leading to injury and death.  A later amendment to the pleadings alleged unlawful detention, of which more below.  Security guards at the detention centre had murdered one inmate, an Iranian refugee Reza Barati. [Read more…]

The London Towering Inferno — A Reminder of Another Building (WTC 7)

Which building suffered a catastrophic (part free-fall) collapse?  (L) Grenfell apartments in London, (R) Building 7 on 9/11/17

by Dee McLachlan

Another terrible tragedy has once again reminded us of a past atrocity. This one most likely accidental, the other in 2001 — deliberate.

Hell On Earth in London Tower

Horrified onlookers said the inferno resembled “hell on earth.”

The fire started around 1.16 am in the 27 storey Grenfell Tower on the Lancaster West Estate in west London. [Read more…]

Finally, a Strong US Attorney General

Atlas holding up the world, at Collins Street, Melbourne

by Mary Maxwell, PhD, LLB

Since I happen to be a Republican candidate looking to fill the very seat left in the US Senate by Jeff Sessions’ 2017 appointment as US Attorney General, you may expect that I will go easy on him.  I have been watching the Congressional Committee grill him this afternoon, and I suppose if he did a mediocre job I’d go a bit easy on him in reporting the event, out of sentiment.

However, it turns out that there was no need for bias. Attorney General Sessions — who is properly addressed as “General” — did a superlative job. I sure do feel more secure about America, knowing that there is at least one man in Washington who has old-school discipline.  Actually there’s more than one; at least two Congresspersons offered very intelligent commentary during the hearing. Another two or three behaved like absolute nincompoops. Not mentioning any names Mr Wyden and Mr King. [Read more…]

Rolling Back the Legislative Tie-in

LBJ and John Howard

by Mary Maxwell, currently a candidate for the US Senate

As Gumshoe readers know, I have written books about some of the false flags and false terrorist incidents of our time (Port Arthur, Boston Marathon, Sydney siege). I don’t desire to do any more of that “reporting” but only to concentrate on what we can do about it.

From yesterday’s Gumshoe article by Dee McLachlan, “George Brandis [Says] Laws Don’t Go Far Enough”, the question emerges: How can we prevent Parliament from doing what it has been doing? Namely, it has been fulfilling a standard formula: “terrorist incident/ need to prevent more of same/ pass legislation that curtails civil liberties.” [Read more…]

George Brandis — “Laws… Don’t Go Far Enough”

Australia’s Attorney General George Brandis

by Dee McLachlan

After the London Bridge attack, UK Prime Minister Theresa May declared there needs to be greater regulation of the Internet, and that something should be done about the “online safe spaces” that allowed terrorism to “breed.”

So now Australia is looking at UK-style legislation that would give security agencies more powers to compel telecommunications and social media companies to assist them in accessing data. [Read more…]

%d bloggers like this: