Saturday, September 14, 2013


I have invented a new word;
D'evolution!  Evolution going backwards.
The killing of species at the fastest  rate ever. Much  faster then nature intended.
Climate change the mother of all the ills we have invented and applied. The never ending rape and pollution of water, forests, fields, air etc. etc.
Think of  the newest rape,  fracking and the pollution of ground water.
Are we doomed is not a question any more, the question is how soon, when?

Imagine thousands of monster boats like the one on the picture raping the oceans. If one monster  can do it why not more? Climate change can not be helped with useless talks and band aids, while earth, water air,  are under attack because of people's never ending greed.

The every day avalanche of chemical rubbish that flows into our water systems be it rivers, lakes or the oceans.
The interference into the weather.
The poisons sprayed over fields and trees.
The many poisons used in wars,
GM changed crops what does it to bees, and other insects.
There is no end, no stop to our bad interference in anything and everything.

In the end we all are copping the result. Annihilation.
In time nature will recover as it always did, without us. D'evolution will return to Evolution again.

©Text/ Ts-Three Monkeys
Picture Greenpeace

Friday, September 6, 2013

Nasty, nasty;

Hydra is still alive;

Nasties everywhere!

Today in the German news a man his identity  incognito, was said to have fled Syria and is taken in by Germany  as a refugee.  He fled Syria and said he hoped that Syria would get bombed. Shame on him, what sort of thug is he to say such a thing, sitting pretty  and  safe in Germany and the German people have to pay for him.  What about all the people  who  were to die? He was practically treated as a hero, when he is nothing then a very nasty person and I also guess with some gain for him if Syria and its people are destroyed.  If I had anything to say I would send him right back where he came from. 

Making the World Safe for Banksters

Syria in the Cross-hairs

By Ellen Hodgson Brown

"The powers of financial capitalism had another far reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole."

— Prof. Caroll Quigley, Georgetown University, Tragedy and Hope (1966)

Iraq and Libya have been taken out, and Iran has been heavily boycotted. Syria is now in the cross-hairs. Why? Here is one overlooked scenario. 

September 05, 2013 "Information Clearing House - In an August 2013 article titled “Larry Summers and the Secret ‘End-game’ Memo,” Greg Palast posted evidence of a secret late-1990s plan devised by Wall Street and U.S. Treasury officials to open banking to the lucrative derivatives business. To pull this off required the relaxation of banking regulations not just in the US but globally. The vehicle to be used was the Financial Services Agreement of the World Trade Organization.

The “end-game” would require not just coercing support among WTO members but taking down those countries refusing to join. Some key countries remained holdouts from the WTO, including Iraq, Libya, Iran and Syria. In these Islamic countries, banks are largely state-owned; and “usury” – charging rent for the “use” of money – is viewed as a sin, if not a crime. That puts them at odds with the Western model of rent extraction by private middlemen. Publicly-owned banks are also a threat to the mushrooming derivatives business, since governments with their own banks don’t need interest rate swaps, credit default swaps, or investment-grade ratings by private rating agencies in order to finance their operations.

Bank deregulation proceeded according to plan, and the government-sanctioned and -nurtured derivatives business mushroomed into a $700-plus trillion pyramid scheme. Highly leveraged, completely unregulated, and dangerously unsustainable, it collapsed in 2008 when investment bank Lehman Brothers went bankrupt, taking a large segment of the global economy with it. The countries that managed to escape were those sustained by public banking models outside the international banking net.

These countries were not all Islamic. Forty percent of banks globally are publicly-owned. They are largely in the BRIC countries—Brazil, Russia, India and China—which house forty percent of the global population. They also escaped the 2008 credit crisis, but they at least made a show of conforming to Western banking rules. This was not true of the “rogue” Islamic nations, where usury was forbidden by Islamic teaching. To make the world safe for usury, these rogue states had to be silenced by other means. Having failed to succumb to economic coercion, they wound up in the crosshairs of the powerful US military.

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Sunday, July 21, 2013

Who Killed Detroit?

12/07/2013  17:11 PM  sunset

Capitalistic greed  is imploding.Why is greed for money so all consuming, that common sense,  honesty, kindness, caring, simple joie de vivre are completely  abandoned.  Humanity, nature, animals, everything and everybody is sacrificed to feed this monster.
The altar of Mammon is still worshipped and  well fed with the living. Ts

Who Killed Detroit City and Why?
Detroit Becomes the Largest US City to Declare Bankruptcy

Excerpts from who killed Detroit.. by Dave Hodges
The globalists murdered Detroit through the various free trade agreements.
Through NAFTA, GATT, and CAFTA, American auto manufacturing were free to ship their factories overseas in search of near slave labor markets. The passage of these free trade agreements made it possible to hire foreign slave laborers and without the now prohibited tariffs on imports, the globalist controlled corporations could ship slave labor manufactured products back into the United States.
Our government failed to protect manufacturers and the net effect is that we are beginning to see third world conditions inside of the United States in cities such as Detroit and it is spreading like wildfire. Since the 1970′s, America has lost 86% of its manufacturing jobs. Actually, the Globalists have been trying to get rid of American tariffs for 100 years in the name of free trade. Look up the Payne-Aldrich Tariff, it is part of our history. A year later, we got the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 and then real fun began in earnest.

By the way the so called Federal Reserve, has nothing to do with "federal" it is a privately owned bank. The printed money goes to the privately owned federal reserve which is nothing else but a privately owned bank, which then lends the money to the states and you the taxpayer pays for it. Ts

Tariffs used to pay our national debt. This is no longer, we replaced tariffs with the Income Tax Amendment. If you are reading this historical facts for the first time, you have to be getting angry. And who could blame you for getting angry?  You and I should not be paying income tax, tariffs should be paying for the national debt. We are paying income tax because the globalists wanted free trade and it is our “duty to pay” so they can maximize their profits. 
The third leg of this scheme was to introduce fiat currency where bankers could invent money out of thin air which caused our money to now be worth less than 4 cents for what used to be a dollar.

This is the song and chant of greediness, and if we do not change our ways we all will ending up bankrupt and slaves to a few insanely corrupt human beings. Ts

Thursday, June 27, 2013

Overpopulation is not a myth;

“The power of population is so superior to the power of earth to produce subsistence to humanity that premature death must in some shape or other visit the human race.” Thomas Malthus 1798

Each year, across the planet, an estimated 10 million children die of starvation and starvation related diseases.  Additionally, eight million adults die of starvation and malnutrition.  Over two million human beings cannot secure a clean glass of drinking water daily.  At least two billion humans live in lethal poverty, squalor and misery. (Source:

Yet, without so much as a blink, yawn or sigh—the human race adds another 80 million people to the planet annually—without pause, without thought, without reason.

Where humans lack birth control, children produce endless poverty, illiteracy and starvation)

Mathis Wackernagel, President Global Footprint Network, said, “Today, humanity uses the equivalent of 1.5 planets to provide the resources we use and to absorb our emissions. The majority of countries and states operate their economies without tracking the ecological resources they use against what they actually have. It is like flying a plane without a fuel gauge, and it affects everything from what you pay at the grocery store to the type of world you and your children will live in.”  

On the European front, mass immigration threatens to destabilize the United Kingdom with a projected population increase of 11 million within two decades. Much the same occurs in Australia, America and Canada—otherwise maintaining stable populations.
What causes the problem?  Answer: third world fecundity rates add 1 billion people every 12 years.  It expects an added 100 million by 2035.   It faces irreversible consequences with unsolvable problems.

While most ‘experts’ denigrate "Malthus, the false prophet", Thomas Malthus' predictions manifest more today than in his own time.

(India leads the world in overpopulation. Is this any way to live? Can this planet survive this onslaught of humanity? Why would a single species do this to itself and the rest of life on Earth?)

I think this nonchalance is still part of our evolution, we are not better not higher, despite  our well developed brain, then anything else in nature . Everything has its place, but we elbow our way over and into anything we can think of, without hesitation,  look at the nuclear weapons we have in store, We wander unseeing, right into the abyss. Ts)

As population rises, carrying capacity drops.  What is “carrying capacity”?  For a quick rendition, it means, “The amount resources on a given piece of land to allow long term sustainable human, plant and animal life.”

If animals or humans exceed “carrying capacity” of any given land mass, they crash in numbers by various means, i.e., famine, war, pestilence and disease.

For the 7.1 billion humans in the 21st century, oil resources will define that capacity quotient.  Noted Geologist Walter Youngquist said, “This is going to be an interesting decade, for the perfect storm is brewing—energy, immigration and oil imports.  China grows in direct confrontation for remaining oil.  I think the USA is on a big, slippery downhill slope.  Will the thin veneer of civilization survive?” To see how fast we grow, visit

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Saturday, April 27, 2013


...I can imagine Peace on earth;

Abutilon in  my garden;  Friday 26/04/2013   17:19 PM

True wisdom comes to each of us when we realize how little we understand about life, ourselves, and the world around us.

It is a dangerous world when greed, ignorance and stupidity reign to let violent history repeat over and over again. Titania

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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Dear Mark Twain;

Isn't nature a wonderful set up even in its ups and downs it is  never corrupt. 

"Do not fear the enemy, for your enemy can only take your life. It is far better that you fear the media, for they will steal your HONOUR  That awful power, the public opinion of a nation, is created in America by a horde of ignorant, self-complacent simpletons who failed at ditching and shoemaking and fetched up in journalism on their way to the poorhouse." - Mark Twain.

 Dear Mark Twain,  this is the 21 first century,  and we might not rely so much on news papers anymore. TV  has been around  the last 60 years. We also use Pc's and Ipads and Ipods, Iphones,  apples and blackberries. These unusual names  and  changes might confuse you.   We rely on different media outlets today. Don’t be surprised, otherwise nothing has changed. The media, a war mongering set up, still lie through their teeth, are corrupt and without honour. They are still controlled by Plutarchy and Oligarchy a  corrupt  set up who still relies on making a lot of money from wars, by destroying other countries for no reason at all. The media is still  flaunting a wonderful  make believe democracy into our faces, while they  are deep in the pockets of corrupt governments, polticians and certainly eat out of the hands of the Plutarchs and  Oligarchs who in turn orchestrate  governments and politicians to feed their greed for more and more wars, money and power... Sorry,  I would have loved to tell you the world is wonderful, finally at peace…we the ordinary people do not want wars and certainly the people who are affected by it in the most appalling ways with weapons you would never have thought of could be made and used.  The  West is bankrupt; Governments have started to steal the money from peoples savings, they have curtailed all social services, schools, libraries, hospitals, pensions etc. but are still spending, hold your breath now, Trillions of dollars on wars alone  to control and subdue other peoples countries..  
Dear Mark,  what do you think of that? 

©Photo/text Ts

Monday, January 28, 2013


Why is justice a one-eyed blind woman?
History Never Ends
I Hate to Bother You
By Eduardo Galeano
January 26, 2013 "Information Clearing House" - I’d like to share with you some questions–some flies that keep buzzing in my head.
Is justice right side up? 
Has world justice been frozen in an upside-down position?

France, Qatar, and the New World Disorder
By Gearóid Ó Colmáin 

January 26, 2013 "
Information Clearing House" - According to investigative journalist Silvia Cattori, the barbaric bombing of Aleppo University on January 15 has been officially claimed by the terrorist group the Al Nousra Front. This confirmation should not come as a surprise to those who have been following closely events in the Levant since March 17, 2011, when unknown snipers opened fire in the Southern Syrian town of Deraa killing several policemen and innocent protestors.

The truth is veiled...

Holocaust And Extermination
A Terrible Normality
By Michael Parenti

January 27, 2013 "
Information Clearing House" - Through much of history the abnormal has been the norm. This is a paradox to which we should attend. Aberrations, so plentiful as to form a terrible normality of their own, descend upon us with frightful consistency.
The number of massacres in history, for instance, are almost more than we can record.  There was the New World holocaust, consisting of the extermination of indigenous Native American peoples throughout the western hemisphere, extending over four centuries or more, continuing into recent times in the Amazon region.


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Sunday, January 13, 2013

History of aviation and pilots;

Just over one hundred years ago two brothers flew the first manned
flight in a powered, heavier than air, aircraft. From then on
 aviation advanced fast, as technology developed and
 newer and better aircraft were built. The first airline passengers were flown in open cockpit aircraft, exposed to the elements, with no
 protection against the weather and the cold. Later, although the pilot
still flew from an open cockpit, the passengers (usually no more than
 one or two) rode in an enclosed cabin seated on wicker seats, still
 with no heating or cooling. Navigation aids were nonexistent and the
 planes were unable to fly above the weather. Flying was a unique and
 hazardous adventure that only a few brave souls even dared to try and
 was also extremely expensive. Pilots were considered heroes.

 The transportation of people for profit by air intrigued a number of
 aviation enthusiasts and soon the first airlines were born and
 aircraft were designed specifically to transport large numbers of
 people for long distances. The planes, for the most part, had either
 two or three engines and both a Pilot and a Co-pilot, an enclosed
 cabin, wicker chairs with lots of leg room, and a stewardess to
 provide service in the cabin. Limited food and beverage service was
 introduced and the era of luxury travel had begun. Since there were no
 radios or navigational aids, no one flew at night and at dusk the
 planes landed and the passengers spent the night in hotels or rode a
 train until morning. Transportation by air was strictly daylight VFR.
 Pilots were considered daring.

 All of this changed just prior to World War Two with the advent of the
 Boeing 247 and the Douglas DC-3. Commercial aviation became
 comfortable with padded, reclining seats, still with lots of leg room,
 hot food, and the ability to fly at night.Three abreast seating had
 not yet been invented. Travel by air had become practical although
 still pretty much only available for the well-to-do. Gentlemen
 travelled in suits and ladies all wore heels. Everyone dressed to fly.
 Pilots were considered dashing.

 During and after World War two amazing advances were made in aviation
 technology and from this technology the super airliners were born. The
 Lockheed Constellation and the Douglas DC-7 ruled the sky.
 Pressurization and superchargers had arrived. Airplanes now had four
 engines, heating, cooling, pressurization, autopilots, superchargers,
 radar, and the ability and range to fly over and around the weather.
 To deal with the complexity of the new designs a third crewmember was
 introduced to the cockpit to oversee and operate the systems. The
 flight engineer had come into existence. In the event of an emergency
 the work load was distributed evenly among the crew for the safest and
 most practical resolution of the problem. One pilot flew the aircraft,
 one pilot communicated and navigated, and the Flight Engineer devoted
 all his effort to the emergency. To fly extended overwater legs an
 aircraft was required to have four engines and an extended crew.
 Safety of flight was of paramount importance. Pilots were viewed with

 All of this was overseen by an agency called The Civil Aeronautics
 Board. They determined the frequency of flights, the number of seats
 to be supplied to each city, which airlines would fly each route, how
 often they would fly, and when. They also required that service be
 provided to smaller cities and, if these routes were not profitable,
 subsidized the routes.Available seats were determined by the needs of
 the community. The airlines, like the railroads, were luxurious,
 totally reliable, always on time, and the envy of the civilized world!
 Lobster in First Class, steak in Tourist. America had the best
 airlines, the best railroads, and the best telephone service in the
 entire world! Pilots were considered to be skilled professionals.

Then one day, in its infinite wisdom, Congress discovered and
> implemented Deregulation. It was decided that this system that had
> worked so beautifully for so long was actually flawed and without
> merit. Airlines were deregulated, railroads were deregulated, and the
> telephone system was dismantled. The skies were now open to anyone who
> could afford an airplane and fares were as low as the airline wanted
> to make them. Everyone jumped into the lucrative routes, competition
> became ridiculous, and fares and service plummeted as weaker and
> underfunded airlines began to fail at an alarming rate. Suddenly large
> four engine aircraft were being flown with a crew of two pilots, the
> flight engineer having been replaced byAutomation.

 It was determined
> that engines were now so totally reliable that routes over water,
> previously flown by four engine aircraft with a flight engineer, could
> now be safely flown by twin engine aircraft without a flight engineer.
> The buzz word was reliability, but the hidden agenda was Economy.
> Somewhere in the process legroom, service, and food disappeared!  It
> was simply too expensive to fly a four engine aircraft with a flight
> engineer when a two engine aircraft with only two pilots could be
> substituted for far less money. An industry that had been founded on
> safety was now totally controlled by economics. Pilots were considered
> to be expensive prima donnas

Due to their inability to serve secondary markets profitably, the
 major airlines simply withdrew service and the markets were abandoned.
 This created a new entity called Commuter airlines. Inexperienced
 pilots in little airplanes began providing feeder service from small
 towns to major hubs. Suddenly, after all the years of progress and
service, passengers were once again flying in twin engine aircraft
with no service, pressurization, leg room, or cooling. Schedules were
 haphazard or nonexistent, airlines were consistently on the brink of
 bankruptcy, delays were horrendous, and seventy five years of progress
 had been eliminated by legislators who didn’t even know how to fly.
 Pilots were considered an overpaid but necessary evil.

The final and most devastating step was to convince the flight crews
 that they were paid far too much money, that their working conditions
 were too liberal, their duty rigs were unrealistic, and that they
 could all be replaced by Automation. Salaries were cut, retirement
destroyed, medical benefits reduced, duty rigs eliminated, and
 layovers cut to bare minimums. Senior pilots with years of experience
 retired in droves, military pilots remained in the military, the pilot
 pool dried up, and qualified people became more and more difficult to
 find. Pilots are no longer required to fly because automation has
taken over the responsibility of flight as well as navigation. New
 pilots will never learn to fly, but they can automate the hell out of
 an airplane! EFIS, FMS, and Dispatch now have total control of the
 cockpit. FADEC has taken control of power away from the crew. The
 steep turn has become an unusual attitude! The airplane can now land
 itself and most airlines require it. The aircraft is only really
 controlled by the pilot from the gate to liftoff and from rollout back
 to the gate.  Everything in between is now done by Automation. In
 another ten years knowing how to fly will no longer be a requirement
 for a job as pilot and automation will wear four stripes. My question
 at this point is “Who the hell is going to fly the airplane when
 Captain Automation dies?” Perhaps by then there will be a
First-Automation on board and perhaps even a Flight Automation. I hope
so, because no one in the human crew, if there is one, will remember
 how to fly! Pilots have become unnecessary and obsolete!
 RIP, Airline Pilots. You were killed by deregulation, economics, and
 automation. Unfortunately safety, skill, and Command responsibility
 died with you. It was a rough ride and you died early, but you will be
 remembered with love and pride by all of us who learned piloting from the old timers – the true aviation pioneers! So long Eastern, TWA, Am, Northwest, Northeast, Capital, Braniff, Western, Wien Air Alaska
 and National!    RIP  !!

 Thanks to George.
 Fair Winds

When governments join Plutocracy and greed for money and power is the main and sole motivation it is never in the interest of the populace.

Plutocracy, meaning wealth and power,  dominion, rule; also known as plutonomy or plutarchy, is rule by the wealthy.

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