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  • tallbridge 12:45 am on July 16, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: , biometrics, global governance, , , mumbai, new world order, rfid   

    Historical Know-Hows 


    If anyone has noticed yet, we are more or less responsible for maintaining accuracy in our own personal history books regarding some of the events that have happened in our lifetimes in which further information has been released through the mycelial 2.0 network but has reluctantly traversed as far as the mainstream.

    These nodes of information are infact enzymes and digestive juices which help support the recycling of dead and dying organisms back into the soil in order to give future life forms more the ability to take further novel forms.

    Via Times Online:

    It is surely the biggest Big Brother project yet conceived. India is to issue each of its 1.2 billion citizens, millions of whom live in remote villages and possess no documentary proof of existence, with cyber-age biometric identity cards.

    The Government in Delhi recently created the Unique Identification Authority, a new state department charged with the task of assigning every living Indian an exclusive number. It will also be responsible for gathering and electronically storing their personal details, at a predicted cost of at least £3 billion.

    The task will be led by Nandan Nilekani, the outsourcing sage who coined the phrase “the world is flat”, which became a mantra for supporters of globalisation. “It is a humongous, mind-boggling challenge,” he told The Times. “But we have the opportunity to give every Indian citizen, for the first time, a unique identity. We can transform the country.”

    In light of this recent news it is important to note the unprecedented support the United States gave India in regards to its nuclear program which resulted in the transaction of billions of dollars of nuclear technology as well as no obligation to sign the beloved Non-proliferation Treaty.  Only weeks after this agreement was concluded (which had been brewing for nearly four years, spear-headed by George W. Bush) the tragic Mumbai attacks occcurred in which terrorist subjects `injected themselves with LSD` and went on a killing rampage.  Consequently, the Indian government opened its equivalent to the Department of Homeland Security.

    End of transmission.

    • perpetuallyphil 7:46 pm on July 16, 2009 Permalink

      is there a difference between accuracy and framing? can one ‘accurately frame’ something to create the most benefit and still be grounded in the reality of the universe? who is to decide what is actually going on and what lens is correct to view the universe? what does social justice mean?

      these are my questions, and also, my statement.

  • tallbridge 1:26 am on January 7, 2009 Permalink |
    Tags: , , , draft, , , new world order, synchromysticism,   


    Rahm Emanuel: “Universal Civil Service”

    Henry Kissinger: “New World Order”

    The U.S. Economy: The Philosopher’s Stone

    Terrorists could use “insect-based” biological weapon:
    “Flying Syring” mosquitos , other ideas get Gates Funding:
    Stonehenge was giant concert venue:
    Harry Potter: To know the future, return to the past (crystals and crops)

    Earth Pilgrims postponed till 2009 for Nassim Haramein:

    Larry King: Did UFO’s dismantle weapons defense?

    Federal Reserve Refuses to Say where $2 trillion have gone:
    The Bush Amin Continuity Plan:

    “We found injections containing traces of cocaine and LSD left behind by the terrorists and later found drugs in their blood,” said one official.

  • tallbridge 9:30 am on October 11, 2008 Permalink |
    Tags: , , finance, global economy close, , new world order,   

    Berlusconi Says Leaders May Close World’s Markets (Update1) – Bloomberg 

    Berlusconi Says Leaders May Close World’s Markets (Update1)

    By Steve Scherer

    Oct. 10 (Bloomberg) — Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said political leaders are discussing the idea of closing the world’s financial markets while they “rewrite the rules of international finance.”

    “The idea of suspending the markets for the time it takes to rewrite the rules is being discussed,” Berlusconi said today after a Cabinet meeting in Naples, Italy. A solution to the financial crisis “can’t just be for one country, or even just for Europe, but global.”

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell as much 8.1 percent in early trading and pared most of those losses after Berlusconi’s remarks. The Dow was down 0.5 percent to 8540.52 at 10:10 in New York.

    Group of Seven finance ministers and central bankers are meeting in Washington today, and will stay in town for the International Monetary Fund and World Bank meetings this weekend. European Union leaders may gather in Paris on Oct. 12, three days before a scheduled summit in Brussels, Berlusconi said today, while Group of Eight leaders may hold a meeting on the crisis “in coming days,” he said.

    Berlusconi didn’t give any details about what kind of rules leaders were looking to change, except to say that leaders are “talking about a new Bretton Woods.”

    The Bretton Woods Agreements were adopted to rebuild the international economic system after World War II in a hotel in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. The aim of the agreements was to establish a monetary management system, initially by pegging currencies to gold. The IMF was set up later to help manage the international financial system.

    To contact the reporter on this story: Steve Scherer in Rome at scherer@bloomberg.net

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