Steve Brown woest op Lynch Rechter wegens veroordeling Ranjana omdat ze dak en thuisloos is

Published on 15 Aug 2015

AMSTERDAM-NOIR- (Fucking Shocking video) De ‘Lynch-Rechter’ van de arme veroordeeld Dak Thuisloze Ranjana tot boete van 7000,- euro 70,- euro in strijd met de mensenrechten. Maar die 70,- euro is voor haar wel feitelijk 7000, – . Maar in ieder geval drie tot vijf dagen niet te eten. Wij stellen vast dat tijdens deze schrijnende rechtszaak er niet één (sensatie) misdaad-journalist aanwezig was zoals wij al voorspelde. Die zijn te druk met het kijkcijfer ‘Pijp-meisje'(Video) en het “Monster Holleeder”(Video), waar niemand last van heeft. Het was dan ook zeer surrealistisch te moeten waarnemen dat een mens die al niets bezit zo’n mensonterende rechtszaak moet ondergaan in de wetenschap dat terwijl deze zaak aan de gang is miljoenen euro straffeloos worden gejat door de Ratten in pak. Die Ratten zien trouwens bijna nooit deze Rechter, maar dat terzijde. Hoe kan een rechter vandaag de dag nog zichzelf in de spiegel kijken en een Dak en thuisloze voor het verstoren Openbare Orde veroordelen tot 70 ,-euro boete omdat zij op straat sliep?

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The Social Cost of Capitalism — Paul Craig Roberts

Bron: http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2015/08/11/social-cost-capitalism-paul-craig-roberts/

Paul Craig Roberts

Institute for Political Economy

The Social Cost of Capitalism

Paul Craig Roberts

Few, if any, corporations absorb the full cost of their operations. Corporations shove many of their costs onto the environment, the public sector, and distant third parties. For example, currently 3 million gallons of toxic waste water from a Colorado mine has escaped and is working its way down two rivers into Utah and Lake Powell. At least seven city water systems dependent on the rivers have been shut down. The waste was left by private enterprise, and the waste was accidentally released by the Environmental Protection Agency, which might be true or might be a coverup for the mine. If the Lake Powell reservoir ends up polluted, it is likely that the cost of the mine imposed on third parties exceeds the total value of the mine’s output over its entire life.

Economists call these costs “external costs” or “social costs.” The mine made its profits by creating pollutants, the cost of which is born by those who had no share in the profits.

As this is the way regulated capitalism works, you can imagine how bad unregulated capitalism would be. Just think about the unregulated financial system, the consequences we are still suffering with more to come.

Despite massive evidence to the contrary, libertarians hold tight to their romantic concept of capitalism, which, freed from government interference, serves the consumer with the best products at the lowest prices.

If only.

Progressives have their own counterpart to the libertarians’ romanticism. Progressives regard government as the white knight that protects the public from the greed of capitalists.

If only.

Everyone, and most certainly libertarians and progressives, should read Jeffrey St. Clair’s book, Born Under A Bad Sky (2008). St. Clair is an engaging writer, and his book is rewarding on many levels. If you have never floated the Western rivers or met the challenge of treacherous rapids or camped among mosquitoes and rattlesnakes, you can experience these facets of life vicariously with St. Clair, while simultaneously learning how corruption in the Park Service, the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management results in timber companies, mining companies, and cattle ranchers making money by plundering national forests and public lands.

The public subsidies provided to miners, loggers, and ranchers are as extravagant and as harmful to the public interest as the subsidies that the Federal Reserve and Treasury provide to the “banks too big to fail.”

Progressives and libertarians need to read St. Clair’s accounts of how the Forest Service creates roads into trackless forests in order to subsidize timber companies’ felling of old growth forest and habitat destruction for endangered and rare species. Our romanticists need to learn how less valuable lands are traded for more valuable public lands in order to transfer wealth from the public to private hands. They need to learn that allowing ranchers to utilize public lands results in habitat destruction and the destruction of stream banks and aquatic life. They need to understand that the heads of the federal protective agencies themselves are timber, mining, and ranching operatives who work for private companies and not for the public. Americans of all persuasions need to understand that just as senators and representatives are bought and paid for by the military/security complex, Wall Street, and the Israel Lobby, they are owned also by mining, timber and ranching interests.

The public interest is nowhere in the picture.

The two largest reservoirs, Lake Mead and Lake Powell, are at 39% and 52% of capacity. The massive lakes on which the Western United States is dependent are drying up. And now Lake Powell is faced with receiving 3 million gallons of waste water containing arsenic, lead, copper, aluminum and cadmium. Wells in the flood plains of the polluted rivers are also endangered.

The pollutants, which turned the rivers orange, flowed down the Animas River from Silverton, Colorado through Durango into the San Juan River in Farmington, New Mexico, a river that flows into the Colorado River that feeds Lake Powell and Lake Mead.

All of this damage from one capitalist mine.

In November of last year, US Rep. Chris Stewart (R.Utah) got his bill passed by the House. Stewart is a hit man for capitalism. His bill “is designed to prevent qualified, independent scientists from advising the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). They will be replaced with industry affiliated choices, who may or may not have relevant scientific expertise, but whose paychecks benefit from telling the EPA what their employers want to hear.” http://www.iflscience.com/environment/epa-barred-getting-advice-scientists

Rep. Stewart says it is a matter of balancing scientific facts with industry interests.

And there you have it.

Migrant flow to Europe is result of US, EU military ops in Middle East – Czech president

Source: http://www.rt.com/news/311407-migrant-crisis-eu-policy/

Published: 2 Aug, 2015

Edited: 3 Aug, 2015

Christian migrants from Eritrea and Ethiopia attend the Sunday mass at the makeshift church in "The New Jungle" near Calais, France, August 2, 2015 © Pascal Rossignol

The flow of immigrants to Europe stems from the Western states’ military interventions in Iraq, Libya and Syria, which have contributed to the emergence of terrorist groups in the Middle East, Czech President Milosh Zeman told local media.

“The current wave of migration [to Europe] is rooted in the crazy [US] idea to launch an intervention in Iraq, which allegedly had weapons of mass destruction, but nothing was found,” Zeman said in a video interview  with the Czech Repubic’s Blesk newspaper published on Sunday.

On top of this, the US’ desire to “restore order” in Libya and Syria only resulted in the escalation of conflicts in both countries and the emergence of terrorist organizations, prompting people to flee the area, Zeman said.

He added that not only the US was to blame for the migrant chaos, but its Western allies that helped to “coordinate operations in Libya” as well.

He announced his intention to speak at the regular session of the UN General Assembly later this year and propose that the UN create military units to destroy terrorist training camps.

READ MORE: Police use force to separate pro and anti-migrant rallies at British Eurotunnel terminal

Zeman also lashed out at immigrants on Sunday after tensions at a refugee detention center in the Czech Republic’s northeast prompted police to use tear gas. About 100 illegal immigrants waiting for deportation staged a demonstration on Friday, damaging the building of the center, according to local authorities.

“No one invited you here. But now you are here, you must respect our rules, as we respect the rules when we go to your country,” the president said.

According to police, 3,018 illegal migrants have been intercepted by Czech law enforcement so far in 2015. The figure is almost 50% higher than in the first half of 2014.

Meanwhile, late on Saturday, about two hundred migrants, according to AP estimates, once again stormed the Eurotunnel terminal near the French port town of Calais in a bid to reach the UK. Police reportedly stopped the crowd by using a chemical irritant. More than a hundred attempts to enter the tunnel have been documented by security forces in this week alone. A man was fatally hit by a truck during one of attempts.

READ MORE: Sweden’s 3rd largest city hit by multiple blasts, police plead for help to tackle violence spike

The chaos in Calais, where thousands of migrants have been making nightly attempts to access the Eurotunnel terminal, has shown “a system that is breaking down,” Morgan Johansson, the Swedish justice and migration minister, told BBC Radio 4’s World This Weekend.

He accused Britain of failing to “take the responsibility that they should,” and criticized Prime Minister David Cameron for the wording he uses with regard to migrants.

“I hear what he is saying about ‘illegal immigrants’ and ‘swarms’ and I think he is trying to divide people, that that is not a constructive way.”

The refugee camp set up near Calais, dubbed the “Jungle,” houses up to 10,000 immigrants. Xavier Bertrand, French MP and mayor of the northern city of Saint-Quentin, who is familiar with the situation, told RT the conditions at the camp “are severe.”

British Home Secretary Theresa May and French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve have stressed that resolving the crisis and stopping the flow of immigrants is their “top priority,” Britain’s Sunday Telegraph and France’s Journal du Dimanche reported. The two top officials also urged to the EU to “address this problem at root.”

“We must break the link between crossing the Mediterranean and achieving settlement in Europe for economic reasons,” they added.

Under the Le Touquet treaty signed in 2003, the British border was moved to French Calais and British border control was stationed at French ferry terminals. This was done as part of an effort to close the infamous Sangatte refugee camp and stop the flow of illegal immigrants from reaching the UK to claim asylum.

French officials have made calls to scrap the agreement and move the border back to Dover and Folkestone. No official steps, however, have yet been taken.

In 2014, the UK received 31,400 asylum applications, while 63,100 were submitted to France and 81,300 to Sweden, according to data provided by the British Red Cross.

Driven By Vision: MKT speaks with Alex Grey and Paul Hellyer

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Cosmic Connection – The Cult of Lying – Creativity on the Wrong Side of Humanity – Passion and Vision – Psychedelics

Gepubliceerd op 19 jun. 2015

A short and insightful clip from a candid and open talk with Former Acting Prime Minister of Canada, Paul Hellyer and world renown visionary artist Alex grey. Luke Rudkowski from We Are Change voice makes a special cameo.

Alex Grey is appearing LIVE in Canada this August 2015 in Montreal (8/15) and Toronto (8/16) on the Modern Knowledge Tour. Event Information at: http://www.modernknowledge.ca/

Alex Grey: http://alexgrey.com/
Paul Hellyer: http://www.paulhellyerweb.com/
Luke Rudkowski: http://wearechange.org/

David Whitehead and Christopher Russak at Modern Knowledge
http://www.modernknowledge.ca/

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