Images 23/11/14

•November 23, 2014 • 2 Comments


the GENI group..yes, like a genie in a bottle..endorsed by the smart, sounds


the rich get richer..the poor get the picture..

tyra banks

tyra banks..not holding back..


charli idea who she is but shes onto the symbolism already..

cheryl cole

cheryl eye and an animal print combo..

Celebrities at the ITV studios, London, Britain - 16 Oct 2014

this is what lisa standsfield, a UK “celebrity”, wore on good morning britain quaint..


just in case you lived under a rock and didnt know..


movies you see featuring gargoyles or showing gargoyles are more than likely using ancient symbolism via hollyweird to nestle something in your subconscious..its always a clue..




research this guy..and his book..its interesting..hes goes the one eye shot as well..what a coincidence!

Cosmetics company Hemen Dene used a March 2003 image of Khalid Sheikh Mohammad, hair removal

had to laugh at this and include it..if you dont know the story behind it then use google..yes that is khalid!


sunday humour.. :)




“i didnt know”..”i dont know”..these presidents are ALL the or republican..they ALL lie and and they ALL work for the same masters and banksters..and when caught out they feign ignorance..obama is just a whole lot smoother than bush and a brilliant hypnotist..its taken longer for the majority to catch on..or to even want to catch on..


Almost 1,000 dead since east Ukraine truce

•November 23, 2014 • 1 Comment


An average of 13 people have been killed daily in eastern Ukraine since a 5 September ceasefire came into place, the UN human rights office says.

In the eight weeks since the truce came into force, the UN says 957 people have been killed, amid continuing violations on both sides.

A new report by the office describes a total breakdown of law and order in rebel-held Donetsk and Luhansk.

It also highlights credible allegations of abuses by government forces.

Russia has been widely accused of fanning the violence by covertly supplying the rebels with military aid – an accusation it denies.

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk accused Russia on Thursday of seeking “deliberately to provoke a large-scale war”. The actions of Russian President Vladimir Putin, he told a news conference, were a “threat to everyone, the global order, global peace”.

Separately, President Dalia Grybauskaite of Lithuania, a Nato state and EU member, described Russia as a “terrorist state” in a radio interview.

Meanwhile, President Putin told a meeting in Moscow that the “wave of so-called colour revolutions” (popular uprisings this century in Ukraine, Georgia and Kyrgyzstan) had yielded “tragic consequences”.

“For us this is a lesson and a warning,” he told the Russian Security Council. “We should do everything necessary so that nothing similar ever happens in Russia.”


there is no truce..there has never been a proper one..civilians are being killed every day by ukraines forces and the world lets it go on unashamedly..

“It also highlights credible allegations of abuses by government forces.”

lets hear them then..


GCF receives $9.3bn pledge..humanity must fight climate change so we dont “go the way of the dinosaurs”..pfft!

•November 23, 2014 • 2 Comments


Thirty nations meeting in Berlin have pledged $9.3bn (£6bn) for a fund to help developing countries cut emissions and prepare for climate change.

The Green Climate Fund was to have held at least $10bn by the end of 2014, so the pledge is just shy of the target.

The South Korea-based fund aims to help nations invest in clean energy and green technology.

It is also designed to help them build up defences against rising seas and worsening storms, floods and droughts.

Rich nations previously vowed that by 2020, developing countries would get $100bn (£64bn) a year from such a fund.

The US had already pledged $3bn and Japan $1.5bn. The UK, Germany and France have promised about $1bn each, and Sweden more than $500m million.

Smaller amounts were offered by countries including Switzerland, South Korea, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Mexico, Luxembourg and the Czech Republic.

After co-hosting the donors’ conference, German Environment Minister Gerd Mueller hailed the achievement, saying humanity must fight climate change so “it doesn’t go the way of the dinosaurs”.

Hela Cheikhrouhou, the fund’s executive director, described the pledges as “game-changing”, and said the money would be spent equally on climate change adaptation and mitigation, especially for the most vulnerable nations.

These include small island nations and Africa’s poorest countries.

The fund was agreed because developed nations have caused the majority of global warming so far – and their CO2 emissions stay in the atmosphere for 100 years. Poor countries asked for help to adapt to climate change they have not caused.

But as greenhouse gas emissions are a global problem, rich nations acknowledge a degree of self-interest in helping developing countries to invest in clean technology.

Ms Cheikhrouhou said raising the billions had created “renewed trust and enthusiasm” ahead of international talks in Peru next month, and in France a year later, on slashing worldwide carbon emissions.


are you scared yet?..if you dont send money to the GCF we will end up like dinosaurs! that is the epitome of alarmism..this fund should have had $100bn in from 2 years ago..its had zero until the very late push to start filling it leading up to cop21 in 2015..the usa putting in $3bn is chicken feed..this is a country that owes $17 trillion!..and the UN dont want $100bn in total ..they want $100bn every year..year after year after year..the fund sits in south korea..home of wanki convenient..then they can play father christmas and hand out money to the the big end of town to blow on “green ideas” and ventures when all that people want in 3rd world countries is cheap energy, shelter, food and water..


Mozilla crashes after announcing switch from Google to Yahoo!

•November 23, 2014 • 1 Comment


Mozilla has announced a new five-year deal to make Yahoo! its default search engine, ending a long-standing agreement with online goliath Google.

However, embarassingly for the two companies a surge in traffic led to Mozilla’s announcement page crashing, shortly after the news was announced late on Thursday night.

The new partnership, announced in a blog post by Yahoo! chief executive Marissa Meyer, will result in a major win for Yahoo.

Mozilla Firefox users search the web more than 100 billion times each year. By comparison only 10pc of web searches are made through Yahoo!, which is powered by Microsoft Bing.

Google has been Firefox’s default global search engine since 2004 but the relationship has been strained since Google’s Chrome browser stole significant market share.

It has previously been reported that Google paid Mozilla £300m a year to be the default search engine, almost 90pc of the browser’s annual revenues.

Ms Mayer wrote on the Yahoo blog that the new partnership “helps to expand our reach in search and gives us an opportunity to work even more closely with Mozilla to find ways to innovate in search, communications, and digital content.” Mayer also indicated “future product integrations” could be in the pipeline.

Mozilla said that “while we have decided to not renew our agreement for global default placement, Google will continue to be a pre-installed search option.”


big win for yahoo..mayer has pulled off a coup..and i wonder if a scorned google had anything to do with it crashing? :)


Duchess of Alba..Spain’s richest aristocrat dies aged 88

•November 23, 2014 • 3 Comments




The Duchess of Alba, Spain’s richest woman and one its most eccentric figures, has died aged 88 in Seville.

Maria del Rosario Cayetana Fitz-James Stuart had more titles than any other aristocrat and owned palaces and an extensive property portfolio as well as paintings by Goya and Velazquez.

She died at home on Thursday after a short illness.

The duchess is survived by her husband of three years, Alfonso Diez, who is 25 years her junior.

The Duchess of Alba was the head of one of Spain’s oldest noble families.

Her coffin was taken to the city council building in Seville, where relatives, dignitaries and members of the public paid their respects.

The frizzy-haired eccentric aristocrat was one of Spain’s most-loved figures whose antics filled the nation’s gossip magazines and gripped the audiences of TV chat shows even during the final months of her long life.

Described as the “rebel noble”, she spurned convention to forge her own path in life, following her passion for flamenco and, as a patron of the arts, amassing a private collection of masterpieces said to rival any in Europe.

Her exuberant character, complete with squeaky voice and flamboyant dress-sense, enraptured Spaniards who followed the vicissitudes of her 88 years.

The duchess was the world’s most titled person, according to Guinness World Records. She was five times a duchess, 18 times a marchioness, 18 times a countess, 14 times a Spanish grandee and once a viscountess.

She was a regular in Spanish gossip magazines and was famous for hosting Audrey Hepburn and Jackie Kennedy on their visits to Spain.


some people shouldnt be allowed near plastic surgeons..note she was an actual stuart..she has purple blood..i guess thats why they tolerated her for so long..


Germany to bypass dollar in trade as a direct currency settlement with Yuan begins

•November 23, 2014 • Leave a Comment


On Nov. 18, the City of Frankfurt, Germany forged ahead of the City of London is being the first and primary destination for direct Yuan currency settlement in Europe and the European Union. In an agreement that began back in June between China and Germany, the infrastructure for conducting direct currency swaps is now complete, and direct settlements between the Euro and the Yuan can now commence between the branch Bank of China and 10 regional Germany banks.

The significance of this direct settlement process is that trade between China and Germany should begin to increase substantially, and without the need to use the dollar as a medium for swap functions between both currencies. This will also facilitate greater capital investment in Germany as recognition of the Yuan as a global primary currency will bring new investors and new joint investments between the largest economy in Europe and the largest economy in Asia.

European companies now have the opportunity to settle trading accounts in Chinese yuan. The Bank of China in Frankfurt has become the first to operate European yuan clearing. Trading costs will be cut as there will be no dollar exchange first.

More than 10 German regional and international banks including Deutsche Bank, Commerzbank, DZ Bank AG, and Landesbank Hessen-Thueringen Girozentrale, have opened accounts at Bank of China in Frankfurt.

In June the People’s Bank of China chose Bank of China Ltd. to clear payments in the eurozone. The last five months were spent building the settlement infrastructure before the official start of clearing Monday.

Frankfurt is the first European financial center to conduct transactions in yuan. Germany and China agreed to establish a settlement center for the yuan in March. – RT

Just as important as increasing financial partnerships between the two economies, this new currency swap process will potentially allow Germany, and in particular the banking center of Frankfurt, to bypass the City of London as the primary financial hub for Europe since settlements will first and foremost go through the German banks and become the conduit for nearly all of Asia as the growing coalition of ASEAN economies follow China’s lead in future trade between the Far East and Europe.

And perhaps most important in the long run for China is that Europe now has an alternativeto the dollar, and can if they so choose transition away from the BIS, SWIFT, and American run entities that have forced nations to function through the dollar in nearly all international trade.


Germany forged ahead of the City of London is being the first and primary destination for direct Yuan currency settlement in Europe and the European Union.”

ye,s that day has come..and gone..

“European companies now have the opportunity to settle trading accounts in Chinese yuan. The Bank of China in Frankfurt has become the first to operate European yuan clearing.”

that fart sound you just heard is wind leaving the inflated USD balloon..


Skull and Bones sued over Geronimo’s remains

•November 22, 2014 • 8 Comments



A secret society at Yale University, known as the Skull and Bones, in the U.S. has been sued over the remains of an Apache Native American.

Descendants of the Apache chief Geronimo believe that 90 years ago a group of students including George Bush’s grandfather opened their ancestor’s tomb and stole his skull to use in fraternal rituals.

Now Geronimo’s relatives want his body back to give it a proper burial.

“I believe strongly from my heart that his spirit was never released,” Harlyn Geronimo, the chief’s great-grandson, said.

The lawsuit, filed on Tuesday – 100th anniversary of Geronimo’s death, also names U.S. President Barack Obama and defence secretary Robert Gates as defendants because the chief’s remains are supposed to be kept on a U.S. army base.

Geronimo was a prominent Native American leader, who fought against U.S. and Mexican expansion into Apache tribal lands back in 19th century.

He was captured by the U.S. in 1886 and died in prison in 1909.


i dont doubt this is true..give it up assholes..skull and bones freaks..



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