Is London Olympics Being Set up For False Flag Terror?

Or is this just a psyop to discredit people who are awake to the threat of false-flag terrorism?   Unfortunately, we just don’t know.  All we know is that TPTB want war.

“An undercover journalist going by the pseudonym ‘Lee Hazledean’ has blown the whistle on astounding revelations about how he infiltrated the G4S – the company responsible for security at the London Olympics – and discovered shocking plans for the evacuation of London, 200,000 ‘casket linings’ being on standby, along with botched security procedures that leave the Games wide open to attack.”

Washington Has Abandoned the Law

When the executive branch openly flouts the law it is obviously no longer part of any government.  How long will it take for this basic fact of american civics to sink in with the military?  Are we really going to lose the country due to simple ignorance of the law in the pentagon?  Or do they not understand the concept of “law”?  It would be an extremely poor reflection on american public education.

U.S. Army Admits Troops Conducting Law Enforcement Is Illegal

Yet it continues to happen across the country on a routine basis
Residents in St Louis were shocked last week to see heavily armored U.S. Army vehicles patrolling neighborhoods, part of an exercise that runs until Friday. However, the local media responded by featuring ‘vox pops’ interviews with people who supported the use of the military in order to “cut down on crime,” despite the fact that using the Army for domestic law enforcement is forbidden under the Posse Comitatus Act.

“Advocating that America ape foreign countries where troops patrol the streets, one resident told Fox 2, “I think it’s the same way when you go to other countries…they don’t have police officers they have troops, and I think it kind of scares a lot of people…it might cut down on a whole lot of crime because they don’t know if they’re military or the police.”

“I think it’s fantastic because it might slow down some of the crime rate,” added another.

“In a separate KSDK report, although acknowledging that some had expressed fears about martial law, the news channel emphasized how other residents had vowed to “stop and salute” the tanks as they rolled by.

“However, in a KPLR St. Louis report, Capt. William Geddes of the U.S. Army Reserve is quoted as saying it’s, “Actually against federal law for them to do police patrols.”  Perhaps someone should remind Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army, General Raymond T. Odierno that it is illegal for troops to conduct law enforcement domestically.

“In a recent Foreign Affairs piece, a publication of the Council on Foreign Relations, Odierno suggested that the army be “transitioned” into a more “flexible force” by deploying in situations normally reserved for domestic law enforcement officials.

“Indeed, the Army and other branches of the military have already been deployed domestically for precisely that purpose on innumerable occasions. …”

California’s Phantom $Billions: Letter To Legislature

“This is my latest e-mail to Wendy Gordon, Communications Deputy to California Assemblymember Anthony Portantino, and Robert Oakes, consultant to California Senator Carol Liu regarding the State of California’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) and collective state CAFR’s from ~14,000 various government entities in the state:

Hi Wendy and Robert,
One of your constituents’ local papers, The Outlook, published a second letter on June 21 (copied below) requesting Senator Carol Liu and Assemblyperson Anthony Portantino’s public responses to CAFR data.

This is the beginning of our third week of our phone and e-mail conversations (a measure of our public audience here). I have received:

  • silence from Robert/Carol,
  • response from Wendy/Anthony that addressed a different issue (state-owned bank) while ignoring CAFR data. …

“I respectfully remind you that any competent citizen armed with this data of $600 billion in public cash and investments should make it as public as possible, demand official ethical response, and be politely persistent until the public good is served.

“If you doubt my intent, refute the data I’ve provided. If you can, I’ll publicly apologize, thank you, and correct my statements. But because I’m unaware of any refutation in the three years I’ve explored CAFR data, right now you’re sitting on $600 billion and doing nothing (and ignoring the state’s collective $8 trillion). …”

3 reforms for US economic breakthrough

  1. Monetary reform: the US doesn’t have a money supply, but its Orwellian opposite of a “debt supply.” Banks and the Fed create what we use for money as debts, then charge the 99% interest for its use. Monetary reform has government transparency (I know, I know, that’s unimaginable without total Occupy victory) to create debt-free money for direct payment of public goods and services. This has game-changing triple benefits of full-employment as government becomes the employer of last resort, optimal infrastructure, and falling prices because infrastructure contribute more to productivity than cost. Documentation here, here, here.
  2. Credit reform: Public credit is at-cost, as opposed to what we have today with predatory cartel 1% for-profit credit. For example, public credit could pay all state and local taxes with a 2% mortgage and 2% credit card. It could also release literal trillions locked in government “rainy day” funds with lines of at-cost credit.
  3. CAFR audit, reform: So-called “pension” and “rainy day” accounts are tragic-comic in non-disclosure and non-performance for budget, infrastructure, and pension funding. For example, Californians have $8 trillion in surplus assets withheld by government in this current structure that 1% “leaders” claim requires our austerity (yes, that’s about $650,000 per household). …

The Euro Has Been a Smashing Success

It’s a technique for neutering politics and empowering the corporations even more.

“Robert Mundell, evil genius of the euro

“For the architect of the euro, taking macroeconomics away from elected politicians and forcing deregulation were part of the plan …

“The idea that the euro has “failed” is dangerously naive. The euro is doing exactly what its progenitor – and the wealthy 1%-ers who adopted it – predicted and planned for it to do. …

“The euro would really do its work when crises hit, Mundell explained. Removing a government’s control over currency would prevent nasty little elected officials from using Keynesian monetary and fiscal juice to pull a nation out of recession.

“It puts monetary policy out of the reach of politicians,” he said. “[And] without fiscal policy, the only way nations can keep jobs is by the competitive reduction of rules on business.”

“He cited labor laws, environmental regulations and, of course, taxes. All would be flushed away by the euro. Democracy would not be allowed to interfere with the marketplace …