End of the Jewish way – Capitalism and Mono Media
The end of the Jewish empire. All those ultra nationalist Israelis and zionist supporters. Fighting for racism, in the belief that a person’s value is accorded from their lineage. So anachronistic. The Banks and the Media are Jewish controlled – this is the beginning of the end game.
Of course any written targeting of the mess we find ourselves in on the Jews is forbidden. The secret police keep everyone in check, but their hold is slipping. The bottom line has been ‘pride in Jewish heritage’ and it still is.
From the Guardian and the Observer (Same Company) – BTW no mention of Jewish anything.
Now the above could get me in trouble – but here is how to get out of trouble in five words =
‘There are also good Jews’.
Chris Knight, the anthropology professor suspended from the University of East London last week for suggesting that bankers might be lynched, was wandering the march alone. “I just met a copper and I said to him, ‘Is this the revolution?’ He said: ‘No, this is the dry run, the revolution starts on Wednesday. Midweek is when we will really start to dance’.” –Observer–
This week’s protests in the run-up to the G20 meeting on Thursday chime with a growing mood across Europe and the US. The world has been brought to its knees by the behaviour of western financiers, who even now do not recognise the magnitude of their mistakes or the rank unfairness of the bargain that has been struck with civil society. They have had licence to make billions – Wall Street paid itself $39bn in bonuses in 2007 – while ordinary taxpayers are then left to foot the multi-trillion dollar bill in bailouts, capital injections and loan guarantees. –Guardian–
Who would you rather trust – the BBC or a blogger?
As the internet imperils newspapers, we need a strong broadcaster, not one being strangled by its managers
There is no point arguing against the inevitable and many optimists believe that the destruction of the old order should be welcomed. In Here Comes Everybody, Clay Shirky celebrates the switch to a democratic world where publishing costs next to nothing and anyone with access to a computer can write for an audience which in theory extends to everyone with a computer on the planet. –Guardian–