Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Saturday, December 24, 2011
|This academic paper may be downloaded from this linked site.|
Here is a copy of the abstract of the academic paper shown on the Occupy Wall Street Movement spread -- at least its Facebook aspects. It would be interesting to see an update. There are 3,180,000 google hits on the "Occupy Movement" as of the time of this blogspot posting:
Also, we have New Zealand participants. Their lovely country has suffered a new round of Christchurch earthquakes. Our condolences and prayers for you.
Date posted: October 22, 2011 ; Last revised: October 24, 2011
Monday, December 12, 2011
UPDATE: One of our forum (comment section) participants disputes that the current demonstrations inRussia have any connection to the "Occupy Movement" in particular and New Age Movement in general. Since a picture is generally considered worth a thousand words, here's one of the Facebook page of "Occupy Russia." There is another page for "Occupy Moscow":
|"Occupy Russia" from Facebook.|
Thursday, December 08, 2011
Read the rest of the article by clicking here. Can't help but wonder where Javier Solana is and what he is thinking tonight! Well, his Twitter account gives a few clues. Here's an article he posted there.BRUSSELS – European leaders are wrestling over how much of their sovereignty they are willing to give up in a desperate attempt to save the ambitious project of continental unity that grew from the ashes of World War II.At stake at the summit in Brussels, which began Thursday evening, is not only the future of the euro, but also the stability of the global financial system and the balance of power in Europe.To convince financial markets that Europe's economy-crushing debt crisis is a one-time event, countries will have to give up significant powers, such as some decisions on borrowing and spending, to a central authority.French President Nicolas Sarkozy and German Chancellor Angela Merkel want to convince the other 15 eurozone leaders to agree to a plan that would require their governments to balance their budgets and accept automatic sanctions if they don't.At the same time, the currency bloc's largest economies are being pushed to commit more money to boost the eurozone's firewalls as the crisis threatens to pull down Italy and Spain.The overall plan must be good enough to convince the European Central Bank to intervene in the government bond markets in a manner large enough to stop the panic there, said Paul De Grauwe, an economics professor and EU expert at the Catholic University of Leuven, in Belgium.
Looks like what they (Javier and others) are thinking is that Great Britain is in for BIG TROUBLE if they don't play ball! You may read that full article by clicking here. I can't help but remember the old Daniel prophecy:
— And whereas thou sawest iron mixed with miry clay, they shall mingle themselves with the seed of men: but they shall not cleave one to another, even as iron is not mixed with clay. Daniel 2:4.Well, it will be interesting to watch this disturbing scenario play out. There will be winners and losers in that political - economic game.
By the way, as I write this, I'm listening to Michael Savage. He has a guest on as we speak talking about the "Occupy Movement" being the latest manifestation of "think globally, act locally." That is a prime NEW AGE SLOGAN and has been as long as I've been watching. I reiterate: The Occupy Movement is the NEW AGE OCCUPY MOVEMENT IN FULL FORCE. Savage's guest says it is MARXISM. I say it is NEW AGE!
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