Welcome to Soviet USA

Although some readers may be on Peter Myer's list, the following material is
interesting enough to read a second time. Why?


[Hitler material follows at the very end!]

1. Religion rears its head - Bible matters - Judaism, Christianity -
Egyptology - then the final item mentions a 40 000-year mammoth find in the
Arctic Region - civilization began in the north, so according to Russian
scientists who are working at this site.

2. The Jewish religious issue -and its effects upon the non-Jewish world -

 can be explained if you view the Jewish religion as an
evolutionary group strategy - it takes the mystery out of it all. Kevin
MacDonald's analysis assists in liberating your mind from things Jewish - if
you are Jewish, then of course, you have your home within Judaism; if you are

not Jewish, then you will finally know you are not welcomed - as a slave, yes,

but not as a Mensch. Sadly, that is the Jewish way - I recall joining the Jewish
Club when I was a student at Melbourne University in 1963 because I wanted
to learn something about Jewish life. Though it was never directly stated,

I had the distinct feeling that I was not wanted! Stupid me! Christians are in

a bind because they will sooner or later indulge in some rigorous soul-searching

 or mental gymnastics in order to escape the Jewish clutches. Interestingly,

during my Africa sojourn a number of Africans informed me that Christianity

is an African religion - to that I say: Bravo! The Christian submissiveness to

Judaism is also shameful, hence the need not to neutralise Christianity as a

threat to Judaism. That has to be done to Islam because the Muslim world is

not fearful of the Jews. This in parts explains why the USA and its coalition

of the willing, and its 9:11 strategy aims to neutralize Islam by branding and

naming alleged  terrorists as Muslims, thereby libelling the whole Muslim world.

3. There is no need to invoke a supernatural being in order to understand
life, i.e. if you have the courage to embrace reason and understanding, if
you dare to think rigorously about things, and not let yourself be befuddled
when someone invokes a supernatural being - drawing that proverbial
God-card, thus placing certain intellectual wanderings off-limit. With Kant

I stand in awe of the moral law within me and the natural law -

the universe - above me.  

4. Imagine the audacity of a person claiming to belong to a Chosen people!
We are all part of the Creation - we are the Creation - we are Life - we are
not separated from Creation because we are alive. That is what keeps me
humble, this realization that I am the totality that Creation itself is, and
this means all human beings are a part of this Totality. Anyone who claims
to be closer to the Creation than another is a fraudster and a - what do the
Americans call them, a shyster?

5. Imagine someone just telling another that s/he is closer to Creation on
account of having read words from a  certain book - as if magic flows from
such things! In your mind, perhaps, but nowhere else. Incantations, magic
spells work if the recipient is willing to receive the message, if the
recipient's mind is weak enough to have the self-fulfilling prophecy come
his way. Then, of course, the free thinker is labelled a non-believer, a heretic,

a devil, an atheist, anything that will prevent the name-caller from

self-reflecting on the issue at hand. Grabbing words out of some authoritative

book does not then solve the ensuing battle-of-the-wills, but only reason

and empathetic understanding, and compassion.

6. Imagine keeping the uninformed and immature minds in the dark, then feed
them on fairy tales! Anyone who resists, will be killed. How does such
force-feeding develop your mind? If the information is screwed up, a
pipe-dream, then it's the old rubbish-in rubbish-out pattern. Look at Horst
Mahler in Berlin, Germany, how this valiant man with his mind going flat out

fighting all the rubbish that makes up German laws designed by the victors to

 break down German minds.


Mahler rises above all this - through a massive

mental engagement against the power structures that wish to kill his mind.

The state prosecutor throws new writs at Mahler, after Mahler dares again

to speak the unspeakable in open court - the censored information about the

 'Holocaust' lies. The public prosecutor's mind is not mature enough to make

 sense of what he hears coming out of Mahler's mouth - and so the inept

mind tries to shut it up through legal means. Is this fair to Horst Mahler?

 Here is a mature man who wishes to offer his intellectual understanding of

what it means to be a German, and a young pup of a German public

prosecutor  cries out that it is all too much for his mind, but public

prosecutor Krger insists on silencing Mahler by continuing to

 prosecute him!

7. Finally, ask the Power Question! Think of the Jewish and Christian
Religions as an evolutionary group strategy to guarantee survival - forget
the pious venire that has the effect of switching off mental faculties and
starting the emotional avalanche of that feel-good rollercoaster.  Thinking
is a painful activity until you have reached your inner self where self-reflective

 intelligence resides, then think until you are a part of Creation,  a part of Life

 because then it all falls into place as you begin to think independently - as

you become a free thinker. That is what freedom is all about. This does not

mean that you must give up any of your cherished beliefs that are just that,

beliefs - structures in your mind that you have given a lot of time to nurture.


That's what the intellectual adventure is all about - a walk in your nurtured

mind. If the material in your mind is derivative, taken from someone else

 and learned by rote, without reflecting on it, then that material can be classed

as noise - but that does not mean it will not give you a buzz! It is only

because Ernst Zndel has reached this level of mental development/maturity

where he can reflect upon decades of fighting for his German heritage, that

he can endure the horrors of his obscene imprisonment in Toronto, all  because

he refuses to bow to Jewish willpower that seeks to destroy his mind. It is

a massive fight between the Jewish mind  - as a group - and Ernst Zndel,

the man alone!

But fortunately Ernst, although your friends are spread all over the world,

you are not alone in this mighty battle against the 'evolutionary group

strategy' of the Jews, Judaism, if you will!

Fredrick Tben


----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Myers" <myers@cyberone.com.au>
To: "clem clarke" <oscarptyltd@ozemail.com.au>
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2004 6:48 AM
Subject: How Big Brother Is Watching & Listening

(1) & (2) Lesson of the Exodus Story

(3) How Big Brother Is Watching, Listening and Misusing Information About
(4) Senate passes bill to monitor antisemitism around the world

(5) The Israeli Military provoked the Intifada

(6) 9/11 Nutshell: Remote control stations

(7) 40 000-year-old mammoths in the Arctic were hunted by humans


(1) Lesson of the Exodus Story

Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2004 22:12:13 -0700 (PDT) From: Dean *******

The recent posts on Exodus have been way off base. The architects of the
World Order," - whoever they are - hate the Bible and Christianity, and
especially Protestantism. Thompson may have an authoritive title to his
but his outdated and inadequate modes of thought are just pseudo -
intellectual hogwash.

The fact that such smears are made over Biblical
> Archaeology shows that the
> veracity of the Bible is at the core of the Zionist
> project.

Zionist archaeology, as most other establishment forms, stubbornly hold to
"Conventional Egyptian Chronology" which forces the rest of the ancient
chronology to be four hundred years off (hence the insertion of fictitious
"dark ages" into the chronology of Greece, and the total rejection of the
ancient writers as to the time relation of the fall of Troy and the founding
of Rome). This chronology has been dismantled by such people as Sir Isaac
Newton, Donavan Courville, Immanuel Velikovsky, Peter James, and, of course,
David Rohl.

Once we probably understand the correct archaeological ages in which the
biblical events occured, they suddenly come into sharp focus. The Hyksos or
shepherd kings invaded Egypt after the Israelites left, and there is
evidence for this. In Exodus they were called the Amalekites. Only academics
totally stuck in their own system can dismiss the evidence that the
conventional chronology requires the suppression of an enormous amount of
from across the ancient world.

> Of course it was written late, after the
> resettlement under Nehemia and Ezra.

Again, this is a massive subject. Egyptian words in the Law, and other
evidence as shown by the New Chronology, refute this. The books were placed
into a new Hebrew script and edited by Ezra.

> Who were these "original" owners when Nehemia led
> the Babylonian Jews "back"
> from Babylon under Persian King Cyrus.
> They were the "Palestinians" of their time. The law
> of "return" justified
> their taking "back" the land.

They had been gone for 70 years, not two thousand. Their cities were
uninhabited. This is a fallacious comparison. Nations were allowed back to
their original lands across the Persian empire.

> Baruch describes the law of
> return and how this led the
> authors of the Torah to cast Jewish history in a way
> that would justify the
> land (re-)appropriation.

The king of Persia gave them permission to resettle the land. They had only
been gone 70 years! There is no comparison with the present day situation.

> "One of the world's leading Biblical archaeologists
> concludes that the Old
> Testament offers absolutely no credible historical
> data on the early history
> of Israel.

Yes, if we are looking at the wrong archaeological ages - as some of the
"world's leading Biblical archaeologists" do.

> These debates are
> misconceived, argues Thompson: much of the Bible was
> never intended to be read
> literally, or even to be understood as history as
> modern readers conceive it.

An expert who can't see the wood for the trees. Whether the bible is true or
not, it is obvious that the writers believed it. Myths don't provide
genealogies do they? Or dates and times, and place names etc.

> Rather than the unified
> ``kingdom of Israel'' depicted in the Bible, he
> paints a picture of a
> turbulent tribal Palestine, buffeted by drought,
> waves of immigrants from the
> Aegean, and expansionist neighbors.

Again, he is totally right....if you follow the wrong archaeological ages.
Courville. I could provide a TON of evidence if needed.

Many things about the New World Order I don't understand, and I am just
sitting back and learning. This is closer to my heart, especially as one who
believe the bible, and believes that God has demonstrated to him both the
reality of God, and the reality of the truth of the bible. I know you don't
share those strong convictions, but I did feel that I needed to voice my
opinion on these posts on early Israel.

COMMENT (Peter M):

Pat Robertson's book The New World Order is quite a good expose on the
Socialist One-Worlders:

But Robertson's weakness is Zionism. He thinks that Israel is the antidote
the New World Order; and so, he supports Bush.

When the Third Temple is built, Christianity will split. One part will
in it, as their chief shrine, in effect becoming Jews again. The other part
will sever the tie with Judaism altogether.

Folk Christianity doesn't need Judaism. It focuses on

* the nativity stories - the Magi, the animals and the crib
* the Virgin Mary (the litanies calling her Queen of Heaven are borrowed
Ishtar, of Babylon)
* the Madonna and Child (borrowed from Isis and Horus, of Egypt)
* the Black Madonna (borrowed also; stressing racial universalism)
* the saints
* Easter as a renewal-of-life festival - the re-emergence of plants, the
of animals and people.
Jesus is a new Osiris-figure: the Resurrection of Jesus is akin to the
Resurrection of Osiris
* spiritual healing, and the dethronement of Psychiatry

It's shocking, to discover that so much of Christian tradition is
Yet, on the other hand, it's interesting.

All the things for which Protestantism condemns Folk Catholicism as "Pagan",
are the things that should be prized. They are non-Jewish, they emanate from
the Ancient World, they preserve continuity with old Civilizations.

We can dispense with the emotional coldness of the Puritans, and the
existential fear we've inherited from the Zoroastrians.

You may think that I'm promoting materialim (of the Marxist kind), or
(of Nietzsche's kind). I'm not.

Our brains have two halves, each of which functions differently. The Left
is rational, analytical, computational; the Right is artistic, intuitive,
mystical, religious, synthetic.

However, we don't sever in brains in two, discarding one half; instead, we
have to combine both.

The debunking material I've put out is Left-side stuff. It undermines all

Yet I've experienced telepathy and clairvoyance. I've seen witchcraft close
up: it's an attempt to invade another person's mind. It seemed to work, to a
degree; it can only be resisted by strong will-power.

These phenomena don't seem compatible with Evolution theory, which says that
life is purely material. Even the Panspermia theory, which I adopt, says
life spreads from galaxy to galaxy via simple "seeds" like viruses, carried
comets and dark matter. A star can be slung out of its galaxy, dragging such
matter in its wake.

I don't claim to be able to reconcile these two sorts of data. So, I affirm
both, on the basis that our understanding is incomplete, and always will be.
We are not gods.

I've witnessed a Psychic Surgeon at work in the Philippines, doing bloodless
operations without instruments. I saw the insides of the wounds he opened
his bare hands, and closed with his bare hands, and I took photos of these
operations. Personally, I don't think it was fakery, but I admit that it
be. Not all such practitioners are the same.

I know advocates of Rudolf Steiner's Anthroposophy, who incubate manure in
cows' horns in the ground, then mix it with water in a machine which creates
vortex. They claim that this gives it a special "Bio-dynamic" quality, and
spread it on the ground at low rates of concentration akin to Homeopathy.

I remain sceptical about Bio-dynamics, just as others are sceptical about
Psychic Surgery. Yet I would not mind buying Bio-dymamic food, if it were
cheaper; it's grown with care, in a chemical-free way.

The bottom line for me is that, if I had terminal cancer, I would go to the
Philippines for Psychic Surgery, rather than undergoing Chemotherapy here.

Call me superstitious, incredulous. OK.

Each of us has his or her irrationalities. The Marxists got rid of other
people's irrationalities by smashing their temples; yet Marxism itself is a
creed, and a church that denies the right to dissent from its doctrines.

Only a computer is completely rational - would you marry one?

I advocate a combination of faith and uncertainty. Affirmation, of a
spirituality pretty-much devoid of doctrine, plus the admission that one
be wrong.

Someone asked me recently if I believe in life after death. My answer was
I don't know, and don't mind not knowing. As long as one leaves some sort of
legacy for the future, one can die in peace.

I vow that I will never end up in a nursing home. If I had a terminal
or knew that I was becoming geriatric or heading into dementia, I would seek
voluntary euthenasia. I would like to call family and friends for a farewell
party, akin to a birthday party. Then, take my life with the assistance of a
doctor. My children will never remember me as incontinent or without

I request sky-burial, as in Tibet and other parts of Central Asia. If that
not possible, then that I be buried in the ground, wrapped in a sheet, and
that a fruit tree be planted on top of me.

(2) Lesson of the Exodus Story

Date: Sun, 13 Jun 2004 01:45:37 -0400 From: Ardeshir Mehta

I STILL don't see how the anomaly of *Moses* being an Egyptian name, and a
royal one at that (while all other Israelite names are NOT of Egyptian
origin), is explained by all the material you have so kindly provided!

If the Israelites had been in Egypt with the Hyksos, it would stand to
that there would be lots of names of Israelites of obviously Egyptian
origin -
just as there are lots of Jewish names today of obviously non-Jewish
origin (such as "Richard" or "Larry") or lots of Jewish family-names of
obviously German origin (like *Steinberg* and *Finkel*). But there WEREN'T
lots of names of ancient Israelites of obviously Egyptian origin: at least
the ones mentioned in the Bible. The name *Moses* is an ANOMALY in the
one which, moreover, stands out like a sore thumb.

And even *Moses* is not a PURELY Egyptian name: the prefix is missing, for
must originally have been something like "X-Moses", where "X" was the name
one or another Egyptian deity (as in *Ramses* = Ra-Moses, meaning "Ra gives
the child", or *Thuthmosis* meaning "Thoth gives the child": both of them
names of Pharaohs, be it noted, not of Egyptian commoners.) Why, then, the
retaining by the Israelites of only PART of an Egyptian name for their
greatest prophet, and then the attempt on the part of their scribes to try
explain it away by providing in the Bible itself an obviously contrived
"derivation" of it from Hebrew (*ki mashati oto mi ha-mayim*)?

It's just TOO inexplicable, if Moses himself never existed.

And if he did exist, it seems highly unlikely that he existed without any
connection whatsoever to the story of his life as recounted in the Bible.

REPLY (Peter M):

The Bible claims to be an historical record; it can therefore be tested
against material evidence.

Redford writes:

{p. 408} There is perhaps no other scriptural tradition so central ... than
the Exodus of the Hebrews from Egypt. It has become a prototype of
a symbol of freedom and the very core of a great world religion. Yet to the
historian it remains the most elusive of all the salient events of Israelite
history. The event is supposed to have taken place in Egypt, yet Egyptian
sources know it not. On the morrow of the Exodus Israel numbered
2.5 million (extrapolated from Num. 1:46); yet the entire population of
at the time was only 3 to 4.5 million! The effect on Egypt must have been
cataclysmic - loss of a servile population, pillaging of gold and silver
(Exod. 3:21-22, 12:31-36), destruction of an army - yet at no point in the
history of the country during the New Kingdom is there the slightest hint of
the traumatic impact such an event would have had on economics or society.

The Bible has two Creation stories, in Genesis 1 & 2. In Genesis 1, the
animals are created before the people; in Genesis 2, Adam is created, then
animals, then Eve.

Israel's official Calendar - the Jewish Calendar - is based on the Biblical
idea that the world was created about 6000 years ago.

Thus Haaretz gives two dates for today: June 14, 2004, and Sivan 25, 5764.

How is it that the most intelligent group of people in the world - the
Jews -
stick with an officially Creationist Calendar, while at the same time
ridiculing Christian Creationism?

(3) How Big Brother Is Watching, Listening and Misusing Information About

Date: Sun, 13 Jun 2004 18:39:00 +0800 From: "Max" <Max@mailstar.net>

Last year,J. Poindexter and DARPA proposed creating a huge data base called
Total Information Awareness Program, to be used by the government to
monitorthe US population. Congress killed funding for the project, rejecting
the need to collect data on the daily lives of ordinary Americans. In the
time, Homeland Security Dept has initiated CAAPS II, created, in similar
fashion to collect data about ordinary Americans who fly the nations

If the following story is correct, the current administration has overridden
Congress and has covertly implemented the deveopment of Total Information
Awareness only the acronym has been changed to Terrorist Information program
to make it more acceptable. Our freedoms are crumbling away ... more and
our activities and thoughts are being monitored. How long before thought
becomes prosecuted by the State? All citizens should be concerned. This
technology is indeed frightening.


How Big Brother Is Watching, Listening and Misusing Information About You By
Teresa Hampton & Doug Thompson

You're on your way to work in the morning and place a call on your wireless
phone. As your call is relayed by the wireless tower, it is also relayed by
another series of towers to a microwave antenna on top of Mount Weather
between Leesburg and Winchester, Virginia and then beamed to another antenna
on top of an office building in Arlington where it is recorded on a computer
hard drive.

The computer also records you phone digital serial number, which is used to
identify you through your wireless company phone bill that the Defense
Advanced Research Projects Agency already has on record as part of your
permanent file.

A series of sophisticated computer programs listens to your phone
and looks for "keywords" that suggest suspicious activity. If it picks up
those words, an investigative file is opened and sent to the Department of
Homeland Security.

Congratulations. Big Brother has just identified you as a potential threat
the security of the United States because you might have used words like
out" (as in taking someone out when you were in fact talking about ordering
takeout for lunch) or "D-Day" (as in deadline for some nefarious activity
you were talking about going to the new World War II Memorial to recognize
60th anniversary of D-Day).

If you are lucky, an investigator at DHS will look at the entire
in context and delete the file. Or he or she may keep the file open even if
they realize the use of words was innocent. Or they may decide you are,
indeed, a threat and set up more investigation, including a wiretap on your
home and office phones, around-the-clock surveillance and much closer looks
your life.

Welcome to America, 2004, where the actions of more than 150 million
are monitored 24/7 by the TIA, the Terrorist Information Awareness
called Total Information Awareness) program of DARPA, DHS and the Department
of Justice.

Although Congress cut off funding for TIA last year, the Bush Administration
ordered the program moved into the Pentagon's "black bag" budget, which is
neither authorized nor reviewed by the Hill. DARPA also increased the use of
private contractors to get around privacy laws that would restrict
by federal employees.

Six months of interviews with security consultants, former DARPA employees,
privacy experts and contractors who worked on the TIA facility at 3701
Drive in Arlington reveal a massive snooping operation that is capable of
gathering in real time vast amounts of information on the day to day
activities of ordinary Americans.

Going on a trip? TIA knows where you are going because your train, plane or
hotel reservations are forwarded automatically to the DARPA computers.
Driving? Every time you use a credit card to purchase gas, a record of that
transaction is sent to TIA which can track your movements across town or
across the country.

Use a computerized transmitter to pay tolls? TIA is notified every time that
transmitter passes through a toll booth. Likewise, that lunch you paid for
with your VISA becomes part of your permanent file, along with your credit
report, medical records, driving record and even your TV viewing habits.

Subscribers to the DirecTV satellite TV service should know but probably
don't that every pay-per-view movie they order is reported to TIA as is
program they record using a TIVO recording system. If they order an adult
from any of DirecTV's three SpiceTV channels, that information goes to TIA
is, as a matter of policy, forwarded to the Department of Justice's special
task force on pornography.

"We have a police state far beyond anything George Orwell imagined in his
1984," says privacy expert Susan Morrissey. "The everyday lives of virtually
every American are under scrutiny 24-hours-a-day by the government."

Paul Hawken, owner of the data information mining company Groxis, agrees,
saying the government is spending more time watching ordinary Americans than
chasing terrorists and the bad news is that they aren't very good at it.

"It's the Three Stooges go to data mining school," says Hawken. "Even worse,

DARPA is depending on second-rate companies to provide them with the
technology, which only increases the chances for errors."

One such company is Torch Concepts. DARPA provided the company with flight
information on five million passengers who flew Jet Blue Airlines in 2002
2003. Torch then matched that information with social security numbers,
and other personal information in the TIA databases to build a prototype
passenger profiling system.

Jet Blue executives were livid when they learned how their passenger
information, which they must provide the government under the USA Patriot
was used and when it was presented at a technology conference with the
Homeland Security Airline Passenger Risk Assessment.

Privacy Expert Bill Scannell didn't buy Jet Blue's anger.

"JetBlue has assaulted the privacy of 5 million of its customers," said
Scannell. "Anyone who flew should be aware and very scared that there is a
dossier on them."

But information from TIA will be used the DHS as a major part of the
CAPSII airline passenger monitoring system. That system, when fully in
will determine whether or not any American is allowed to get on an airplane
for a flight.

JetBlue requested the report be destroyed and the passenger data be purged
from the TIA computers but TIA refuses to disclose the status of either the
report or the data.

Although exact statistics are classified, security experts say the U.S.
Government has paid out millions of dollars in out-of-court settlements to
Americans who have been wrongly accused, illegally detained or harassed
because of mistakes made by TIA. Those who accept settlements also have to
sign a non-disclosure agreement and won't discuss their cases.

Hawken refused to do business with DARPA, saying TIA was both unethical and

"We got a lot of e-mails from companies even conservative ones saying,
'Thank you. Finally someone won't do something for money,'" he adds.

Those who refuse to work with TIA include specialists from the super-secret
National Security Agency in Fort Meade, MD. TIA uses NSA's technology to
listen in on wireless phone calls as well as the agency's list of key words
and phrases to identify potential terrorist activity.

"I know NSA employees who have quit rather than cooperate with DARPA,"
says. "NSA's mandate is to track the activities of foreign enemies of this
nation, not Americans."

Copyright 2004 by Capitol Hill Blue

(4) Senate passes bill to monitor antisemitism around the world

Date: Sun, 13 Jun 2004 20:35:53 +0200 From: "K.Cierpisz"

Monday June 14, 2004 25 Sivan 5764

Candlelighting Times


Senate passes bill to monitor antisemitism around the world

By: MARILYN H. KARFELD Staff Reporter


A bill requiring the State Department to monitor incidents of antisemitism
around the world unanimously passed the U.S. Senate last week.

Under the Global Anti-Semitism Review Act, the State Department would have
compile a country-by-country list of violence, harassment and vandalism
directed against Jews and Jewish institutions by November 15.

By increasing public awareness of antisemitic acts worldwide, governments
be better able to combat them, Sen. George Voinovich (R-OH), who authored
bill, said in a statement. The Senate passage comes a week after the
conclusion of an international conference on antisemitism in Berlin attended
by 55 nations.

The proposed legislation would also direct the State Department to include
reports of antisemitism in the International Religious Freedom Report and
Human Rights Report, two existing annual surveys.

The reports would detail specific governmental responses to each antisemitic
act. The State Department would also monitor each government's efforts to
and enforce measures to protect Jewish religious freedom as well as
to promote anti-bias and tolerance education.

The Anti-Defamation League applauded the Senate's passage of the bill and
America's leadership in spotlighting the problem. "To fight antisemitism, we
must have an accurate assessment of the scope and nature of the

problem in varying regions," said Abraham H. Foxman, ADL executive director,
in a statement. "So many countries lack a formal mechanism to channel
information about the problem or to register complaints."

Voinovich said a survey of the scope of antisemitism and annual public
reporting will help governments fight it. "Education, strong protections for
religious freedom, and an appreciation for the importance of tolerance are
necessary"... "to stamp out this evil."

(5) The Israeli Military provoked the Intifada

Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 08:54:50 -0700 From: Jeff Blankfort

"With the outbreak of the Intifada it became indisputably clear that Israel
not a state that has a military but rather a military that has a state,"
Ben Caspit in Ma'ariv describing the circumstances leading to the outbreak
the present Intifada in September 2000

According to Caspit there were still negotiations going on between Barak and
Arafat and it was the Israeli military who sabotaged them.

Now with Akiva Eldar's enclosed disclosure about the role of the Israeli
military "intelligence" we have a further proof that the IOF was interested
ending the Oslo process by provoking the Intifada through overreacting to
demonstrations on 29.9.2000 against Sharon's visit at Haram al-Sharif.

It was no coincidence that at the begining of October 2000 the US expert
Anthony Cordesman published IOF's master plan under the name "Field of
( see in the original
http://www.csis.org/stratassessment/reports/IsraelPalestine.pdf or a summary
in my own article

Shraga Elam Zurich/Switzerland

(6) 9/11 Nutshell: Remote control stations

Date: Sun, 13 Jun 2004 03:44:00 +0000 From: carlson.jon@att.net



If you put dead links in www.google.com sometimes they have it cached.

Better yet: http://www.amics21.com/911/ is an excellent website that has
developed the article.

Most of my work is original frame captures of videos and the documentary DVD
'9/11". Lots of attachments. I try to use links whenever I can to save
downloading. Some go dead unfortunately. Most of the photos have captions.
they don't they probably are from the documentary '9/11'. If they are any
want the source I will try to give it. I have a few grabbed off the net that
don't know their source but rarely.

One email is posted at http://thewebfairy.com/911/mail/

(7) 40 000-year-old mammoths in the Arctic were hunted by humans

{But talking of "OUR" ancestors is risky. They hunters could have been
Eskimo types}

Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2004 14:14:53 -0700 (PDT) From: rainesco@earthlink.net


New theory of early human migration patterns 06/08/2004 18:51

Russian scientists discovered ancient mammoth site right past the polar
(at 66 degree latitude).

The find proves the fact that humans inhabited the territory past the polar
circle much earlier than was originally thought. According to their
hypothesis, Eurasia could not have been first inhabited not from the
Southern lands (as modern science assumes) but from the harsh North instead.

They consider that at some point, Northern climate used to be warm and
conditions were remarkably beneficial. Society blossomed, people did not
hunger; there were no diseases, no wars. But then something happened, some
cataclysm occurred and our ancestors were forced to leave northlands.

Today, two versions prevail: one is strictly academic, based on
data and an alternative one, based mainly on various hypotheses, writes
Russian journal "Itogi".

Those who support the first academic version believe in the fact that first
humans came to high latitudes from South. "Alternativtsts," on the contrary,
believe in the existence of a legendary country "Hyperborea", people of
had to migrate to southern territories due to sudden climate change.

Basically, the main question is that whether our ancestors migrated
or vice versa, moved from North to South. It seems, that Russian scientists
managed to acquire evidences proving the fact that harsh Arctic climate were
inhabited by humans much earlier than was originally thought. This in turn
proves the possibility of further migration pattern southward.

The site is located in the republic of Komi, on the banks of the river Usy,
right past the polar circle. Joint Russian-Norwegian archaeological
has been working on the site for several years.

One of the leaders of the expedition, senior staff scientist of the language
and history Institute of the Republic of Komi Pavel Pavlov stated the
following: "In the course of the digs at the place called Mammoth Kurye,
unearthed more than a hundred bones of various animals: northern deer,
wolfs. One of the bones has an arrow- head stuck in it. However, the most
fascinating discovery of a mammoth"s tusk with a clear drawing depicting
several deep incisions made by two different types of instruments."

"Radiocarbon dating method revealed that the tusk is nearly 40 000 years old
and that the incisions have been made by means of two sharp stone objects.
Interestingly, even the types of stones appear to be different. No one else
could do this aside from human. The bone quality and that of stone objects
suggest high level of development of those ancient people of the polar
region," added the scientist.

One of the founders of the International scientific-research movement, head
the expedition "Hyperborea" professor Valeri Demin has no doubts that North
the cradle of humanity.

Official science however never took the "polar concept" seriously. The
so-called "glacial theory" is the most widely accepted. According to it,
000 years ago north of Eurasia all through Carpathians was fully covered
thick ice; life was simply non existent in the region.

Read the original in Russian: (Translated by: Anna Ossipova)

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Subject: truce between the Wall Street Zionists and East Asian nations

(1) Informal truce between the Wall Street Zionists and East Asian nations

(2) China's Multi-polarism Strategy as a containment policy against the United States

(3) The US Dollar's reign as World's Reserve Currency drawing to a rapid end

(4)-(7) Hitler cf the Gold Standard


(1) Informal truce between the Wall Street Zionists and East Asian nations

Date: Sun, 13 Jun 2004 00:41:25 -0400 From: "David Chiang" <chiang.d@worldnet.att.net>

Zionist influence in East Asia remains very politically and economically
limited. According to Chalmers Johnson, the IMF/Washington Consensus attempted
to destabilize the East Asian economies in the late 1990's, as potential
competitors to American economic hegemony, but the effort was mostly
unsuccessful. Robert Rubin, Larry Summers along with hedge funds associated
with George Soros led the monetary attacks against the various Asian
currencies including the Hong Kong dollar. Both the Japanese and Chinese
governments are well aware of the Zionist control of the American financial
system and Wall Street. This is the major unspoken reason for the development
of an Asian monetary fund that has been strongly opposed by Washington.
However, I have been told that there remains an informal truce between the
Wall Street Zionists and East Asian nations at present. With the Iraqi
occupation fiasco, the American government lacks the economic and military
resources to directly challenge either China or Japan.

(2) China's Multi-polarism Strategy as a containment policy against the United States

Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2004 23:23:38 -0400 From: "Henry C.K. Liu" <hliu@mindspring.com>

The superpower status of the US rests on its unique power projection
capcability, both military and economic. Yet US-led globalization has a soft
underbelly in that it greatly enhances the power projection capability of the
victims of globalization, which the US categorically labels as terrorism. US
economic power projection is based on the co-optation of the financial and
political elites of all countries to support US-led globalization in a world
order formula that places the interests of the world's elite in parallel with
US national interests. Through asymmetrical warfare, the strategic victims can
hit the US at its home base, notwithstanding the protection offered by two
oceans and without the help of other governments. Multipolarism is a outgrowth
of Three Worldism: the First, Second and Third World, each claiming to be a
polar point of power, not in competition for absolute or standardized or
conventional power, but each engaging in separate wars of its special
advantage. The First world is left with the US as the sole remaining super
power after the dissolution of the USSR. Multipolarity in not geopgraphic, but
distributional. It reflects the structural maldistribution of the world's
riches, among the super rich, the working rich and the working poor. The US
military is a paper tiger, not because it is weak, but because it will not
find any operative opponent. The force structure of the US military will
increasing be unable to provide US with security or to protect US interest
around the world, for lack of warring targets. Iraq is a clear example of
losing the war after the battle was won by the military. To be a modern super
power, three aspects of power are needed; military, economic and moral. The US
possesses two of the three, with a visibly self-deceiving moral posture. Until
the US uses its power to do good, it will not fulfill the role of a
superpower. The challenge the US faces will not come from any other national
government or another national army, but from the corrosive metabolism of an
unbalance between power and morality.

(3) The US Dollar's reign as World's Reserve Currency drawing to a rapid end

Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2004 09:21:21 -0400 From: "David Chiang" <chiang.d@worldnet.att.net>

The euro's big chance

June 2004

The dollar's reign as the world's undisputed reserve currency could be drawing
to a close

Niall Ferguson http://www.prospect-magazine.co.uk/start.asp?P_Article=12667

"The convention whereby the dollar is given a transcendent value as an
international currency no longer rests on its initial base... The fact that
many states accept dollars in order to make up for the deficits of the
American balance of payments has enabled the US to be indebted to foreign
countries free of charge. Indeed, what they owe those countries, they pay in
dollars that they themselves issue as they wish.

.. This unilateral facility attributed to America has helped spread the idea
that the dollar is an impartial, international means of exchange, whereas it
is a means of credit appropriated to one state."

Thus spoke Charles De Gaulle in 1965, from a press conference often cited by
historians as the beginning of the end of postwar international monetary
stability. De Gaulle's argument was that the US was deriving unfair advantages
from being the principal international reserve currency. To be precise, it was
financing its own balance of payments deficit by selling foreigners dollars
that were likely to depreciate in value.

The striking thing about De Gaulle's analysis is how very aptly it describes
the role of the dollar in 2004. That is itself ironic, since the general's
intention was, if possible, to topple the dollar from its role as the world's
number one currency. True, pressure on the dollar grew steadily in the wake of
De Gaulle's remarks. By 1973, if not before, the system of more or less fixed
exchange rates, devised at Bretton Woods in 1944, was dead, and the world
entered an era of floating exchange rates and high inflation. Yet, even in the
darkest days of the 1970s, the dollar did not come close to losing its status
as a reserve currency. Indeed, so successfully has it continued to perform
this role that in the past decade some economists have begun speaking of
Bretton Woods II - with the dollar, once again, as the key currency. The
question is: how long can this new dollar standard last?

The existence of a dollar standard may come as a surprise to any American who
has been considering a summer holiday in Europe. With the euro at $1.18
(compared with 90 cents two years ago), talk of a new era of fixed exchange
rates seems far-fetched. But "son of Bretton Woods" is not a global system
(nor, in fact, was Bretton Woods senior). It is primarily an Asian system.
Pegged to the dollar are the currencies of China, Hong Kong and Malaysia. Also
linked, less rigidly, are the currencies of India, Indonesia, Japan,
Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand.

As in the 1960s, it is not difficult to make the case that this system is
highly beneficial to the US. Over the past decade or so, the American current
account deficit with the rest of the world for goods, services and loans has
grown dramatically. Add together the deficits of the past 12 years and you
arrive at a total external debt of $2.9 trillion. At the end of 2002,
according to the department of commerce, the net international indebtedness of
the US was equivalent to around a quarter of GDP. Yet as recently as 1988 the
US was still a global net creditor.

This rapid role reversal - from world's banker to world's biggest debtor - has
had two advantages for Americans. First, it has allowed US business to invest
substantially (notably in information technology) without requiring Americans
to reduce their consumption. Between 10 and 20 per cent of all investment in
the US economy in the past decade has been financed out of the savings of
foreigners, allowing Americans to spend and spend. The personal savings rate
is less than half of what it was in the 1980s.

The second payoff, however, has taken the form of tax cuts rather than private
sector investment. The dramatic shift in the finances of the federal
government from surplus to deficit since 2000 - a deterioration unprecedented
in peacetime, according to the IMF - has been substantially funded from
abroad. Had that not been the case, the combination of tax cuts, increased
spending and reduced revenue that has characterised President Bush's fiscal
policy would have led to much more severe increases in long-term US interest
rates. Veterans of the Nixon and Reagan years can only shake their heads
enviously at the way the present Republican administration has escaped
punishment for its profligacy. To run deficits on this scale while enjoying
long-term bond yields of under 5 per cent looks like the biggest free lunch in
modern economic history. The cost of servicing the federal debt has actually
fallen under Bush, even as the total debt itself has risen.

The reason is simply that foreigners are willing to buy the new bonds issued
by the US treasury at remarkably high prices. In the past ten years, the share
of the privately held federal debt in foreign hands has risen from 20 to
nearly 45 per cent. Just who is buying up all these dollar-denominated bonds,
apparently oblivious to the possibility that, if past performance is anything
to go by, their value could quite suddenly drop? The answer is that the
purchases are being made not by private investors but by public institutions -
the central banks of Asia.

Between January 2002 and December 2003, the Bank of Japan's foreign exchange
reserves increased by $266bn. Those of China, Hong Kong and Malaysia rose by
$224bn. Taiwan acquired more than $80bn. Nearly all of this increase took the
form of purchases of US dollars and dollar-denominated bonds. In the first
three months of this year alone, the Japanese bought another $142bn. The Asian
central banks' motivation for doing so is simple: to prevent their own
currencies from appreciating relative to the dollar - because a weak dollar
would hurt their own exports to the mighty American market. Were it not for
these interventions, the dollar would certainly have depreciated relative to
the Asian currencies, as it has against the euro. But the Asian authorities
are willing to spend whatever it takes of their own currency to keep the
dollar exchange rate steady.

This, then, is Bretton Woods junior: an Asian system of pegged exchange rates
which keeps the Asian economies' exports competitive in the US while at the
same time giving Americans a seemingly limitless low interest credit facility
to run up huge private and public sector debts.

In one respect, at least, the claim that the world has unwittingly reinvented
Bretton Woods is convincing. Taking a long view, the real trade-weighted
exchange rate of the dollar has proved remarkably stable. It experienced bouts
of appreciation in the early 1980s and the late 1990s, but then reverted to
something like a mean value. Right now it is less than 10 per cent below where
it was in 1973. And where the new system differs from the old is to the
advantage of the former. The original Bretton Woods was premised on a fixed
link between the dollar and gold. Remember the plot of Goldfinger? The
prosperity of the cold war era supposedly rested on the foundation of the Fort
Knox gold reserve. But that made the system vulnerable to speculation by
foreigners who, like De Gaulle, decided they would rather hold gold than
dollars. This time around there is only the dollar. The world's monetary
system is built on paper.

But here's the catch. The proponents of the new Bretton Woods seem to see it
as a system with a boundless, rosy future. The Asians, so the argument goes,
will keep on buying dollars and US treasuries because they so desperately need
to avoid a dollar slide, and because there is no theoretical limit on how much
of their own currency they can print purely in order to make their dollar
purchases. In any case, why should foreigners not want to invest in the US? It
is, as numerous Wall Street practitioners have told me over the past few
months, the place to invest now that recovery is under way. "Where else are
they going to go?" one Wall Street banker asked me last month, with a rather
superior sneer. "Europe?"

But this optimistic conventional wisdom overlooks a number of big differences
between the 1960s and the present. American deficits under the old Bretton
Woods system were insignificant; the US was running current account surpluses
throughout the decade. People then were worried about the fact that Americans
were investing quite substantially abroad, though that was counterbalanced by
inflows of foreign capital. But mainly they were worried that overseas dollar
holdings were outstripping the Federal Reserve's stock of gold. Today the US
is running up huge deficits, while international capital flows are much
larger. So, consequently, are the potential strains on a system of fixed
exchange rates.

Whatever its virtues, the Bretton Woods system did not last long. If you count
only the period when the dollar and the major European currencies were truly
convertible into gold at the agreed rates, it lasted ten years (1958-68).
There are reasons to think that this Asian son of Bretton Woods could prove
equally ephemeral. And the aftermath of its breakdown could be as painful as
the crisis of the mid-1970s.

For all the mystical appeal of the dollar bill, it is not a piece of gold.
Since the end of gold convertibility, a dollar has been little more than a
flimsy piece of printed paper that costs around three cents to manufacture.
The design with which we are familiar dates back to 1957, since then, as a
result of inflation, it has lost 84 per cent of its purchasing power. Tell the
Japanese that they are the lucky members of a "dollar standard" and they will
laugh. In 1971 a dollar was worth more than 350 yen; today it hovers around 100.

Until very recently, the frailty of the dollar has not really mattered. We
have forgiven it the periodic bouts of depreciation for the simple reason that
there has been no alternative. The sheer scale of American trade (the prices
of so many commodities from oil to gold are quoted in dollars) means the
dollar has remained the world's favourite currency and the first choice for
settling international balances.

Yet no monetary system lasts forever. A hundred years ago, sterling was the
world's number one currency. Yet Britain's soaring indebtedness during and
after the first world war created an opportunity for the dollar to stake a
claim first to equality and then to superiority. This pattern could repeat
itself, for there is a new kid on the international monetary block. And few
Americans have grasped that this new kid, despite the flaws of his parents, is
a plausible contender for the top job.

Whatever you may think about the EU as a political entity, there is no denying
that the currency it has spawned has what it takes to rival the dollar as the
international reserve currency. First, eurozone GDP is not so very much less
than that of the US - 16 per cent of world output in 2002, compared with 21
per cent for the US. Second, unlike the US, the eurozone runs current account
surpluses; there is plenty of slack in European demand. Third, and in my view
most important, since the creation of the euro, more international bonds have
been issued in euros than dollars. Before 1999, around 30 per cent of total
international bonds were issued in the euro's predecessor currencies, compared
with more than 50 per cent in dollars. In the past five years, the euro has
accounted for 47 per cent to the dollar's 44 per cent.

Could this mark a turning point? Last month, at a dinner held in London by one
of the biggest US banks for around 18 clients at other major City
institutions, I posed the question: who thought the euro could plausibly
replace the dollar as the principal international reserve currency? No fewer
than six thought it could - and were prepared to admit it before their
American hosts. When I asked a smaller group of Wall Street bankers the same
question, they were more doubtful - though one observed that the euro is
already the preferred currency of organised crime because, unlike the Fed,
which no longer issues bills with a value above $100, the European Central
Bank issues a high-denomination E500 note. That makes it possible to cram
around E7m into a briefcase - which can come in useful in some parts of
Colombia. Maybe on Wall Street too.

The future of the Asian Bretton Woods system - and indeed of this year's US
recovery - depends on the willingness of Asian institutions to go on (and on
and on) buying dollars and dollar-denominated bonds. But why should they, if
the Japanese economy is - as now seems to be the case - finally coming out of
its deflationary slump? In any case, Japan's intervention has not been wholly
successful in stemming the dollar's slide: over the past two years, the yen
has gone from 135 to 110 against the dollar. In yen terms, the returns on the
Bank of Japan's dollar portfolio have been decidedly negative.

Moreover, reliance on exports to the US may not be a long-term option for
Asia. In a recent lecture in Washington, Larry Summers, the former US treasury
secretary, argued that the US has no alternative but to increase its savings
rates if it is to extricate itself from "the most serious problem of low
national saving, resulting in dependence on foreign capital, and fiscal
unsustainability, that we have faced in the last 50 years." His conclusion is
that the world can no longer count on the US to be the consumer of first
resort, which means in turn that "the growth plans of others that rely on
export-led growth will need to be adjusted in the years ahead."

The Asian dollar dilemma is the euro's opportunity, both economically and
politically. First, if the US does cease to be the only functioning engine of
global demand, it is imperative that the eurozone step up to the plate, and
soon. For too long the European Central Bank has made price stability the
"magnetic north" of its policy compass. It has not spent enough time thinking
about growth in Europe and the world. For too long ECB interest rates have
been about a percentage point above the Fed's, despite the fact that deflation
is a bigger threat to the core German economy than it ever has been to the US.

The president of the ECB is now a Frenchman. Maybe Jean-Claude Trichet should
remind himself of some history. Thirty-nine years ago, the dollar was coming
under pressure as US entanglement in a messy postcolonial war began to grow.
It was Charles De Gaulle who called time on the Bretton Woods system, which,
he alleged, obliged European economies to import American inflation. This is
the moment for someone to call time on Bretton Woods junior. Asians and
Europeans alike need to sell their goods somewhere other than to profligate
America. And they need to recognise that the emergence of the euro as an
alternative reserve currency to the dollar creates a chance to fundamentally
shift the centre of gravity of the international economy.

If the Europeans seize their chance, Americans could face the end of half a
century of dollar domination. Does it matter? You bet it does. For if Asian
institutions start rebalancing their portfolios by switching from dollars to
euros, it will become harder than it has been for many years for the US to
fund its private and public sector consumption at what are, in terms of the
returns to foreign lenders, low or negative real interest rates. (Do the
maths: the return on a US ten-year treasury a year ago was around 4 per cent,
but the dollar has declined relative to the Japanese currency by 9 per cent in
the same period.)

Losing that subsidy - in effect, the premium foreigners are willing to pay for
the sake of holding the world's favourite currency - could be costly. For a
rise in US long-term interest rates to the levels recently predicted by the
economist Paul Krugman (a ten-year bond rate of 7 per cent, a mortgage rate of
8.5 per cent) would have two devastating economic consequences. Not for big US
corporations - they are hedged (more than five eighths of all derivative
contracts are based on interest rates). But a 3 percentage point jump in
long-term rates would whack first the federal government and then US
homeowners with considerable force. For neither the US treasury nor the
average US household is even a little bit hedged. The term structure of the
federal debt is amazingly short: 35 per cent of it has a maturity of less than
one year, meaning that higher rates would feed through almost instantly into
debt service costs (and into the deficit). Meanwhile, even as rates have been
nudging upwards, the proportion of new American mortgages that are
adjustable-rate rather than fixed has risen from around 12 per cent in late
2002 to 32 per cent.

The geopolitical implications of this are worth pondering. A rise in American
interest rates has the potential not just to slow down the US recovery; it
could also cause the federal fiscal deficit to leap even higher. Under the
circumstances, the pressure will increase to reduce discretionary spending,
and that usually turns out to mean defence spending. It will get steadily
harder to sell an expensive occupation of Iraq to a population groaning under
rising debt service payments and alarmed by spiralling fiscal deficits.
Meanwhile the Europeans will have added another string to their
internationalist bow: not only will they be bigger contributors to aid and
peace-keeping than the US; they will also be the supplier of the world's
favourite money.

Such historical turning points are hard to identify. It is not clear when
exactly the dollar usurped the pound. But once it did, the turnaround was
rapid. If the euro has already nudged in front, it may not be long before oil
producers club together to price their black gold in the European currency (an
idea that must surely appeal to anti-American producers like Venezuela and
Malaysia). World money does not mean world power: the EU is still very far
from being able to match the US when it comes to hard military power. But
losing the position of number one currency would without question weaken the
economic foundations of that hard power.

As the ghastly implications of the demise of the dollar sink in across the US,
the spectre of General De Gaulle will savour his belated vindication.

Niall Ferguson's latest book is "Colossus: The Price of America's Empire"
(Penguin). He is professor of history at the Stern School of Business, New
York University.

(4) Hitler cf the Gold Standard

Phil Eversoul <Philev@e-znet.com> and "Max" <Max@mailstar.net> both advocate a
return to the Gold Standard, yet both are admirers of Hitler, who rejected it.

I drew this contradiction to their attention, forwarding to them the
following, which turned up in my mail:

"We were not foolish enough to try to make a currency coverage of gold of
which we had none, but for every mark that was issued we required the
equivalent of a mark's worth of work done or goods produced. . . .we laugh
at the time our national financiers held the view that the value of a
currency is regulated by the gold and securities lying in the vaults of a
state bank."

-Adolf Hitler, 1937    (CC Veith, Citadels of Chaos, Meador, 1949.)
"And it proved sound. It worked. In less than ten years Germany
became easily the most powerful state in Europe. It worked so
magically and magnificently that it sounded the death knell of the
entire Jewish money system. World Jewry knew that they had to
destroy Hitler's system, by whatever means might prove necessary,
or their own [system] would necessarily die. 
And if it died, with it must die their dream and their hope of making
themselves masters of the world. The primary issue over which World
War II was fought was to determine which money system was to
survive. At bottom it was not a war between Germany and the so-
called allies. Primarily it was war to the death between Germany and
the International Money Power."
- William Gayley Simpson, 'Which Way Western Man' (p.642)

Their replies follow.

They reiterate the line, "Hitler didn't want the War".

Hitler did want a war, but not the one he got. He wanted Britain to let him
destroy the Soviet Union. Seeking an alliance with the British Empire, he
halted his troops near Dunkirk, allowing the British to escape.

William Engdahl wrote,

'He was determined to give England convincing proof of his ultimate good will
towards the British Empire, by allowing the elite of Britain's fighting forces
to escape to England. ...

'Hitler had written then in "Main Kampf," about Germany's future and the need
for Lebensraum. "If one wanted land and soil in Europe, then by and large this
could only have been done at Russia's expense, and then the new Reich would
again have to start marching along the road of the Knights of the Order of
former times.

'"For such a policy, however," wrote Hitler, "there was only one single ally
in Europe--England. With England alone, one's back being covered, could one
begin the new Germanic invasion...To gain England's favor, no sacrifice should
have been too great. Then one would have had to renounce colonies and sea
power, but to spare British industry our competition."'

http://arno.daastol.com/history/EngdahlMackinder.html .

Britain's refusal led him to temporarily ally with Stalin:
http://users.cyberone.com.au/myers/sudoplat.html .

His alliance with Japan was initially directed against the USSR, but Hitler's
pact with Stalin confused it, and led to the Japanese developing a
Strike-South policy faction which led (with American provocation) to the
Pacific War.

Even if one credits Hitler with a certain genius in devising a new econmomic
system, isn't it hypocritical to condemn Sharon and Bush for military
adventurism, while condoning Hitler's?

(5) Keep the money-supply constant

{Does this mean absolutely, or relative to the population, i.e. per-person?}
Date: Sun, 06 Jun 2004 01:44:10 -0700 From: Phil Eversoul <Philev@e-znet.com>

A gold-based monetary system is preferable to a fiat currency system, but it
is not necessary. Just preferable. The real point is to keep the total amount
of currency in circulation relatively steady, neither increasing it or
decreasing it by appreciable amounts, especially not suddenly. A gold-backed
currency meets this criterion.

However, if a fiat currency system can meet this criterion, then it can serve
as well as a gold-backed currency. It is harder to do this and requires strict
honesty and integrity by the money managers.

What you have to understand, and what no one I know of outside of the Austrian
School understands, is that ANY total amount of currency will suffice as well
as any other total amount. The entire economy of China could be monetized at
one yuan, and it would work as well as $10 million yuan or $100 billion yuan.
It makes absolutely no difference what the total amount to be monetized is.
What matters is to keep the total amount as constant as feasible.

Let me make my point even stronger: the entire world economy could be
sufficiently monetized at one dollar. It could be sufficiently monetized at $1
million dollars or $1 billion dollars. It makes absolutely no difference,
except in terms of convenience. Why? Because the underlying logic and
mathematics are the same no matter what amount you set the total currency
amount at. Logically and mathematically, a total monetization of one dollar is
exactly the SAME as a total monetization of $10 billion or $10 quadrillion. In
other words, the ratios between the money supply and prices are exactly the
SAME, no matter what the amount of total monetization. What changes is merely
the NOMINAL value. You can't change the underlying reality --the ratios
between the money and prices -- by changing the total money supply from $10
million to $20 million, or to any other amount.

Why, then, is there such a strong tendency for the money supply, in modern
monetary systems, to increase? For a very simple reason: there is a TIME LAG
between the time that new money is injected into the system and the time that
prices are able to respond to the new injection. There is no announcement in
the newspaper that the Central Bank has just injected a certain amount of new
money into the economy, although of course from time to time there is an
assessment and announcement of what the interest rates are and what the total
money supply is. Therefore, until the new money is absorbed into the price
matrix through neutralization of its effect, the new money has the advantage
of being able to buy at yesterday's prices. In effect and in substance, the
new money is counterfeit.

Inflation is a sophisticated, legalized counterfeiting scheme, whose purpose
is to STEAL by means of ILLUSION. If there were not the aforementioned time
lag, so that prices might instantly reflect the new injection of money, there
would be NO POINT to inflation, and central banks would not engage in it. The
whole point of inflationary policy is the time lag, which allows legalized
stealing to occur before prices can adjust. The ILLUSION would not exist,
except for the time lag.

Now, back to the gold question. If the amount of currency in circulation
(paper, coin, electronic digits, or whatever) has to be backed by gold or
silver, and if this correspondence between the the real physical, objective
money and its mathematical representation is regularly audited, then inflation
would be much more difficult, and hence stealing via inflation would be much
more difficult. When the mathematical representation of money can be issued
without the necessity of an objective correlative, i.e., fiat currency, then
new money can issued at will, and this will be a powerful incentive to steal
-- legally, of course.

As to Hitler's economic system, the German people are among the most honest
and industrious in the world. If any people were capable of making a fiat
currency system work without stealing by means of inflation, it would be the
German people. Yes, they had a hyperinflation in 1923, but that was due to the
consequences of the Versailles Treaty and the attempted communist revolutions
in Germany (approved by the Versailles powers) in 1919-1920. It was the
intention of the Versailles powers, especially France, to ruin Germany.

When William Simpson says that "primarily it was war to the death between
Germany and the International Money Power," we can deconstruct that to say
that the war was to the death between the ideal of independent white
nationalism and the goals of the Jewish-Anglo-American internationalism -- the
New World Order in which international capitalism and international communism
were to be merged, and through which all independent nationalisms (except that
of Israel) were to be destroyed.

As to the Jews' ownership of the gold system, that is not the fault of the
gold system. That is a political issue. If Hitler had had gold, he would have
used it, but he didn't, so he had to think of something else.

One last point. A great advantage of the gold standard is that all commodities
in all countries can be measured in terms of it, rather than in terms of the
hugely complex system of exchange rates between currencies. For example, it
might take two ounces of gold to buy an ox in Thailand, compared with an ounce
and a half to buy a comparable ox in China, or an ounce and three quarters in
Argentina. It's simple. And it's in terms of something that's weighable,
measurable, portable, and easily divisible. It's hard to cheat with that kind
of money; it's universal and objective.

(6) Hitler cf Gold

Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 09:27:12 +0800 From: "Max" <Max@mailstar.net>

The world's present finance system is not based on production of wealth
through work, but on distribution of wealth through money, which one can buy
and sell. This is possible because people are willing to accept some rare
commodities like "gold" as ultimate storage of wealth. Gold, historically used
and accepted as a base for most currency systems, bears its value for the
future to serve as a bridge currency for fluctuations in uncertain times. The
current monetary systems extract wealth from the economy via interest, and at
the same time destroy this wealth (generated by work) through the accounting
system, which cancels the debt with a credit entry on the account. True wealth
generated by work, is like this permanently destroyed, and only the profits
derived via interest can eventually be converted into lasting values like gold
and remain.

Long as wealth is based on gold; it makes perfect sense to push for wars.
While wars destroy the true wealth in economic terms, gold cannot be destroyed
and remains in the hands of the financiers, who will use it to rebuild the
economy with even greater profits.

Hitler created a finance and monetary system that was for the first time no
longer based on gold (which he did not have anyway), but on the trust in the
abilities for wealth creation of his communities through work. To make their
working success visible, Hitler participated them as shareholders. Gold was
reduced to decorational and ceremonial purpose and had otherwise only a value
when dealing with the International finance world.

This was a dangerous situation for the International financiers, and when ever
their system was endangered, they had nothing to lose and all to gain, when
pushing for war.

It is obvious that Hitler became with his finance system a threat to the
International financiers, and it is likely (amongst other reasons) that he was
forced into war by the Elite, and thereafter scorned and his system ridiculed,
in order to discourage others from copying this concept of nation building and
wealth creation. With Bretton Woods, the Elite established its gold backed
currency as backbone for all International currencies. Countries were asked to
establish a value for their own currencies by buying respective amounts of
those gold backed 'conversion promised' paper notes. i.e. converting their
true wealth, created via work, into gold. When too many countries found gold
to be more valuable than those paper notes, they demanded conversion into
gold. As this gold was never around anyway, the Elite decided to turn those
notes into 'paper tokens' by changing the backing 1971 - first into 'plain
trust in the (global) economic performance' and when this was accepted they
started indirectly 1974 a second currency with the 'petro-dollar' backed by
the worlds energy commodity 'Oil' , only traded by a handful of their banks
but compulsory for all traders.

Today all currencies are no longer gold based. Still the old economic and
accounting rules along with International trade dependencies prevent us from
starting a new system that would free us from the vicious cycles and
dependencies on the Elite.

The predicted burst of the bubble will give birth to the split of the two
currency systems and create an internal and external currency control system
for the Elite.

Currencies essentially reflect peoples trust in their local buying value.
However International trade dependencies demand an external value of exchange.
This calls basically for a dual currency system for every nation (just as
China has), or else countries are forced to find their own mechanisms of
settlement. This is where after WWII the Elite stepped in, (converting their
colonies into a large membership base of this International control) -
tempting nations into a complex setup, which is essentially controlled by
them, operated by BIS, and follows the rules dictated by IMF. Internationalism
and globalization synchronized the world since into further dependencies.
Those powerful forces and IMF regulations prevent the emergence of a dual
system to BIS, and hence the world remains trapped. There are alternative
efforts of generating a base for trade settlement. Amongst them are Asian and
Islamic countries (AMF Asia Monetary Fund and Gold Dinar), which might some
day proof their value as a regional settlement hub. They might also become a
stepping stone for the Elites globalization efforts to build geopolitical
control clusters like in the EU. Unless those clusters are driven by strong
visionaries, their bureaucrats will fall soon or later victim to the Elite,
which has vision and strategy.

Irrespective from the political development, it is unlike that the world is
moving in the third millennium, back into deeper exploitation of mineral
values, through endless new technologies, and base their currency and value
exchange in finite resources. We are more likely to see in the future a
bio-diversity in value propositions, and hence the Elite is attempting to
create energy and food dependencies, and force the world via them to stay
within the framework of their 'control and power'.

(7) Hitler's economic strategy

Date: Sat, 5 Jun 2004 22:30:21 +0800 From: "Max" <Max@mailstar.net>

... Since independence, Asian clan cultures progressed in less than 50 years
from a low-level command over science - and quickly caught up with the West.
In some areas they have even surpassed the West. One of those superior systems
we see in the dual currency system of China that helps them to control and
shield national interests against external controlling attempts of the Elite.
Neither system is backed by gold. Nobody discusses it. Is it because the
figure head Hitler is not behind it or because countries like China don't like
to admit that their currencies are all not backed by gold and are only
measured in trading value against the Elites paper token or per deposit
arrangement negotiated with BIS.

... His concept was so revolutionary, that it became dangerous. While Russia
killed during 1933 and 1938 under Stalin over 7 million people, Hitler
performed this miracle and turned 7 million technicians and workers from
jobless nobodies into working shareholders of their economic success of
Germany. Germany never knew union problems as all took ownership of their
success. Hitler did not understand the conspiracy or else he would have acted
quite differently. He only smelled the direction from where all the evil
conditions of the 'Dictate of Versailles' originated. His main concerns were
obviously to rebuild pre-WWI Germany and to return to old values. His approach
was backward oriented. He was the man to lead Germany out of the disastrous
Weimar Republic, but his concepts for reestablishing old German borders and
self-esteem failed. His geopolitical approach was wrong and his wars too! But
would the Elite have negotiated with him and returned old German borders to
him and granted him control over his domain?

Communal understanding in its extreme form - eventually ends in nationalism,
which if demonstrated with strength and aggressions, ends always up in
disaster. This is the part, which few will endorse. But was this the reason
for the war or was it the economic success and backing of the currency system?
According to the German historic writer Rainer Zitelman, Hitler was not a
'Conservative Nationalist' - but a 'Social Revolutionist'. He did not want the
war. Since Russian archives are open today we know that Stalin decided on his
war attack to start on July 6th 1941, forcing the Wehrmacht to the preventive
hit on June 22nd. Hitler send Rudolph Hess on May 10th 1938 to England to
negotiate a peace for Europe, which the Elite rejected. Today they have to ask
themselves why they really declared war on September 3rd 1939 that turned
Great Britain into Small Britain and cost France its colonies, which turned in
Africa into Islamic fundamentalist coasts.

In all fairness however, Hitler's economical success strategy could not have
been that wrong. He managed to resist the Elite by creating autonomy via work
and trust. This was essentially reintroduced in 1971 in a slightly altered way
by Nixon/Kissinger, who demanded trust into their paper tokens - based on
their acceptance as payment for any performance of the global economy - but
only benefiting the ownership of the issuers of this token. Again the big
difference to Hitler is that the people don't participate in the success and
are becoming increasingly world-wide jobless as the fruit of their work is
siphoned off via International financiers and their interest and devaluation methods.

The current backing of their paper tokens show that Hitler's economic concept
is still feasible today, since all currencies are fiat and are only based on
trust. If the peg is gold or trust seems to make no difference.

We have seen recently those poor neighbors who joined the EU. If the value of
a currency would be based on the stock keeping record of gold or economic
strength and sophistication, the Euro should have dropped. Instead it moved
even slightly up - not because of the new members, but because of the
economical situation with the dollar and the oil price, and the Elites wish,
who after all control the price levels anyway. ...

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