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Britain Braces for Large Strike

By Times Topic: Great Britain

Britain is gearing up for its largest strike in more than 30 years, with as many as two million teachers, health-care workers, local government employees and border agents expected to walk off the job on Wednesday to protest a government plan that would require them to work longer and contribute more to their pensions. Some 90 percent of the country’s schools are expected to close, local services will be severely curtailed, non-essential medical procedures face possible cancellation, and international passengers arriving at Heathrow Airport have been warned to expect delays of up to 12 hours in immigration halls. At least one airline, Etihad Airways, has already canceled flights; others are urging passengers not arrive on Wednesday and offering to let them change their reservations free of charge.

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  1. Nora, i personally came to the conclusion that to think the opposite when it comes to the media. Like Hannity and Mark Levin. Both paid hacks. Mark Levin, the great Constitution promoter – yet he supports the Fed Reserve of banks because Congress passed it in 1913. And Hannity,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,oh my god,,,,,,,,,,,,the great Capailist. What BS Hannity is, he is.

    And on Fox channel, are commercials for Cap 1 credit cards——–more debt to sucker you…………..

    Yes, I’m a lousey speller and who gives a hoot providing the message comes across.

  2. While that is salted with truth, it is still suspect simply because it comes from the mainstream media, which you must remember is run by the ogliarchs.
    I have come to regard everything I read or hear as phony if the source is the same people behind “The Patriot Act” and the Tavistock Institute. They get a real kick out of their inside jokes, and like the freemason images you see popping up everywhere, it looks purely harmless until you take that second look. I stopped buying coffee at Dunkin Donuts because they put a giant yellow sticker on the drive through window sporting the Eye of Horace atop a pyramid with the name of a Security company providing surveilance. I stopped watching Focks shows like “House” because I discovered when I was reading a book about the origins of the CFR, that two of the most fully vested players in the scheme to control the world through the central banks were none other than, “House” and his pal “Wilson.” That would be Edward Mandell House, chief advisor to President Woodrow Wilson. Believe me or not, the bad people enjoy these inside jokes and obscure references to key players in their ranks, and I suspect it is a way for them to refresh the agenda in the everday lives of the minds that serve them. They sprinkle articles like this to mislead us into thinking the main stream media is credible, when it is clearly NOT. I really miss Dunkin Donuts coffee…loved that shit. But I won’t fund the shadow government, no sacrifice is too big.
    Heard this famous quote from David Rockefeller?

    “We (Bilderberg Group) are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time magazine and other great publications, whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of descretion for almost forty years…It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years.”

    Still want to believe what you read or hear from these sources? Don’t.

  3. @enraged——–

    I ain’t against Government either. I’m against the slow taking over of it by special interests, the corrupt, etc.

    I am for the Government keeping us safe, delivery of the mail, the issuance of money and the value thereof (or quantity). I am not into them distributing wealth via income taxes or social programs that do not work, etc.

  4. speaking of whistlebowers, they bounced those two guys from DOJ who exposed “Fast and Furious” to other jobs in other states forcing them to leave their homes. The four higher-up muckety-mucks that ran the deal all got “promoted” to department head jobs. that’s what happens when you turn on your government. The law doesn’t even protect those who ARE the law. Very sad commentary on our government. The guy in the White House is destroying this country and everyone IN government is working with him. Look at the vacuum that the Repubican Party has become. they are all criminals! Gotta go.

  5. @Enraged: If you want to see how stupid this government is regarding their “proliferation of a war”, watch that show on G4 about the bomb squad in Afghanistan. Pure idiocy.

  6. Elliot Spitzer on Dylan Ratigan: “Massive structural fraud”

    WATCH:

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/37560195/#45482850

  7. @Cubed

    I think you pegged me wrong… I’m not against government, I’m against waste, useless regulations and refusal to uphold the existing ones. I’m against self-interest, secrecy, conflicts of interests not properly dealt with, abuse of power, manipulation and usurped control.

    We’re going to have to figure out exactly what we want to be: a federation of distinct and sovereign states sharing existing infrastructures and regulatory agencies (for a fee) or a single-state country with a centralized government making all the decisions and putting us in front of the fait-accompli (MERS) or lying to get its way (Iraq and Afghanistan).

  8. Holy shit! They suicided Tracy Lawrence, the Nevada notary who blew the whistle! That’s how the banks ultimayely plan to cover their fraud! That is an unmistakable message to all would-be whistleblowers!

  9. @enraged & E.Tolle & Nora.

    This one is for you———-

    A Message from the Ivory Tower

    by Robert Ringer

    Wednesday, November 23, 2011

    A couple of days ago, Gennaro Bernile, a professor of finance at the University of Miami, handed down these words of wisdom: “The big debate is how do you reconcile shrinking the government with not killing the economy, because the government is a big chunk of the economy, and if you shrink the government, you shrink the economy.”

    And you wonder why ivory-tower types have a reputation for being disconnected from the real world? Professor Bernile’s statement is just another version of the too-big-to-fail scam. Instead of calling it failing, he calls it shrinking — the government is simply too big to shrink.

    You can just feel the big spenders in Washington chuckling while warning us, “You can’t cut us down to size, because the economic consequences would be too grave.” In other words, they can violate the Constitution, overspend, overtax, and overregulate us, then, when the predictable problems are upon us, we’re warned not to try to attack the cause of those problems because it would cause too much pain. Very clever … very, very clever.

    What they don’t say — and, in fairness, most of them probably do not understand — is that if you cut the size of government with a meat-ax approach, the economy would explode overnight. Which, in turn, would dwarf whatever our current bloated version of government contributes to the economy.

    Of course, in reality the government contributes nothing to the economy, because it creates nothing. It merely takes money from those who produce products and services that people want and uses the stolen loot to pay its employee-voters for administering programs that are, for the most part, either unwanted or, more important, unconstitutional.

    As America continues to look more and more like Greece (or, worse, Oakland), the argument will cosmetically shift to, “You can’t cut the size of government, because the result will be bloody revolution.” Again, very cute.

    My take is somewhat different. I believe — and have for more than thirty years — that revolution cannot be avoided. The reason is that politicians have made it clear that they will not stop spending. The only question is whether it will be a revolution that demands an end to big government or one that demands a still bigger government to take care of everyone’s needs.

    I can’t wait to see which one it will be.

    You have permission to reprint this article so long as you place the following wording at the end of the article:

    Copyright © 2011 Robert Ringer
    ROBERT RINGER is a New York Times #1 bestselling author and host of the highly acclaimed Liberty Education Interview Series, which features interviews with top political, economic, and social leaders. He has appeared on Fox News, Fox Business, The Tonight Show, Today, The Dennis Miller Show, Good Morning America, The Lars Larson Show, ABC Nightline, and The Charlie Rose Show, and has been the subject of feature articles in such major publications as Time, People, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Barron’s, and The New York Times.

  10. Actually more correctly, IT MUST happen here in the US

  11. well we all know this did not happen overnight here in the usa but our president has the ability today with an exutive order to stop foreclosures , refinance all underwater mortgages at 10% property value, because without jobs we cant pay for things which includes federal taxes, social security, and medicare. this 10% EQUITY WOULD LET SHEEPLE (OH SORRY DID I SAY THAT PARDON ME) SELL THEIR HOMES AND MOVE TO WHERE THE JOBS ARE. a few may use that 10% to build a new house or buy a pre-existing home and start woeking in what ever city they move to. this will spur the economy. but as long as things saty staus quo and they allow foreclosures to continue, and the job market stays bleak we are doomed for failure. the unemployment numbers do not include people working part time, underemployed , and those whose unemployed and the unemployment ran out. yes they can do something now to prevent what is going on all over the world. but will they is the question. we all need to think about who we are voting for. this carnage and homelessness must stopm.

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