Daily Archives: March 6, 2011

Rolling Stone Magazine Article On Alex Jones Reveals His Ties To The John Birch Society

Roguegovernment.Com | Mar 3, 2011

By Lee Rogers

A new Rolling Stone Magazine article written about talk show host Alex Jones set to be published this month reveals how he has been heavily influenced by the John Birch Society.

Before we get into some of the quotes from the article, here is a quick primer on the many questions surrounding the credibility of this organization. The John Birch Society is essentially a controlled opposition front group that was started by people tied in with globalist institutions including the Council on Foreign Relations, the Federal Reserve and the Internal Revenue Service.

The late author and researcher Eustace Mullins who was the first to expose the fraud and criminal nature of the Federal Reserve stated on several occasions that the John Birch Society was actually started by money from the Rockefeller family who of course have been major promoters of globalist ideologies.  Robert Welch who was the primary founder of the John Birch Society was sympathetic to the National Association of Manufacturers which has historically promoted fascism.

The political stances of the John Birch Society on the attacks of 9/11 and the phony terror war have been in lock step with establishment mainstream rhetoric which raises even more questions.  Their long term promotion of anti-Communist rhetoric throughout the Cold War was used to give credibility to the fake Communist threat which enabled the expansion of the military industrial complex which is now being used to push ahead the New World Order agenda in a big way.  There are also many questions about early John Birch Society members and their links to the secret society of the Freemasons.

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China experiences coldest winter in 23 years

peopledaily.com.cn | Mar 1, 2011

China Meteorological Administration (CMA) indicated China experienced the coldest winter in the past 23 years in 2010, with the average temperature in China as low as minus 4.7 degrees Celsius — the lowest temperature since 1987.

Chen Zhenlin, director of the disaster relief and public service department of the CMA revealed that from Dec. 1 of 2010 to Feb. 28, 2011, the average temperature in China was minus 4.7 degrees Celsius.

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A monitoring report showed that during the winter in 2010, except for the temperatures of the southern area of Qinghai, the western and central area of Tibet, and the southern area of Yunnan, which were higher than 1 degree Celsius or 2 degrees Celsius for the same period, the temperatures in some parts of China were near normal.

In the western part of Inner Mongolia, the northern region of Gansu Province, the central area and the northern area of Xinjiang and other places, temperatures were on the low side. The annual average temperatures in certain places were lower than a conventional year by 2 degrees Celsius or 4 degrees Celsius.

German economy powers ahead despite coldest winter in 41 years

Germany’s economy continues to power ahead despite experiencing the coldest winter since 1969, as the country posted its seventh consecutive quarter of GDP growth.

Telegraph | Feb 24, 2011

Bad weather failed to put the brakes on Germany’s recovery, with the figures released by the Federal Statistics Office in Wiesbaden on Thursday showing a 0.4pc rise in Q4 GDP on the previous quarter.

The statistics also come the day after Germany’s central bank boss Axel Weber revised the country’s 2011 growth forecast to 2.5pc from 2pc.

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Exports drove German economic growth in the fourth quarter, with foreign trade contributing 0.7 percentage points to growth in the final three months of the year. Exports rose 2.5pc from the third quarter and imports increased 0.9pc.

Construction output was by far the hardest hit by the cold weather, dropping 3.9pc on the quarter.

Official data also showed Germany’s budget deficit came in at 3.3pc of gross domestic product in 2010. This was lower than previously estimated, and only just above the limit set by European Union rules.

The figure released Thursday by the Federal Statistical Office compares with an initial estimate given in January of 3.5pc, and means Germany exceeded the 3pc limit set for members of the 17-nation eurozone for the first time in five years.

Germany managed a small budget surplus in 2007 and 2008 but the deficit expanded to 3 percent in 2009 as the government bolstered the economy with stimulus programs.

Its finances remain in far healthier shape than those of many eurozone partners and the deficit is expected to fall back below the EU limit this year.

Fairbanks had coldest winter since 1998-99, records show

newsminer.com | Mar 2, 2011

by Dermot Cole

Last summer the National Weather Service Climate Prediction Center began predicting that we would have a colder than normal winter in this part of Alaska because of La Nina.

During La Nina conditions, the temperatures of the Pacific Ocean near the Equator are unusually cold. During El Nino conditions, the ocean temperatures are warmer than normal.

Among other things, we had a November meltdown, a December deep freeze and a snow-filled February.

“Wide swings in temperatures in Interior Alaska are consistent with La Nina conditions,” is how Rick Thoman, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Fairbanks, put it a few months back.

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Looking at the temperatures from December through February, he says that the mean temperature for the period was 10.3 below at the airport, which made this the coldest mid-winter since 1998-99.

“The Climate Prediction Center nailed it, with this solidly in the ‘much below normal'” range, he said.  “The power of La Nina: the only thing lacking was an extended period of deep cold.”

Looking ahead for the next few months, the Climate Prediction Center maps say that typical La Nina conditions could mean “below average temperatures” in Southcentral and Southeast Alaska.

The March forecast is for an increased chance of well below normal temperatures for the central and eastern Interior, as well as Southcentral and Southeast.

The March through May forecast is for an increased chance of well below normal temperatures south of the Alaska Range. For areas north of the Alaska Range, the weather scientists say they are “equal chances” of temperatures well below normal, near normal or above normal.

FBI to reopen case against sex offender friend of Prince Andrew: Duke may be forced to claim diplomatic immunity to avoid questioning


Scandal: U.S. authorities want to interview Jeffrey Epstein and may wish to quiz his friend, Prince Andrew. It comes after Esptein’s former personal ‘masseuse’, Virginia Roberts, said she was recruited as a sex slave

Daily Mail | Mar 5, 2011

By Sharon Churcher

The FBI is to reopen its investigation into disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein following Mail on Sunday revelations about his sexual exploitation of teenage girls and his links with high-profile individuals, including Prince Andrew.

The Bureau wants to interview Esptein’s former personal ‘masseuse’, Virginia Roberts, after she revealed last week that she was recruited as Epstein’s sex slave when she was just 15.

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Last night, in an exclusive interview with The Mail on Sunday, Virginia confirmed she will fully co-operate with the new investigation, which could have serious implications for Epstein and embarrass Prince Andrew, who she met on three occasions.

‘I will talk to the FBI,’ Virginia said.‘I am anxious. I am still frightened of him because he has so much power. I had to put this behind me.

‘But in the end this is not for me. It’s because I’m afraid there are a lot of girls still doing what I did for him, eight years after I left. I want to be the one who breaks the chain.’

The news comes as the Government appeared to withdraw support for the Prince’s role as a trade envoy, with Business Secretary Vince Cable refusing to say whether he should stay in the post.

A source close to the inquiry said the FBI decided to reopen the case because of Virginia’s revelations to The Mail on Sunday last week.

He said: ‘Now that Virginia has come forward and identified herself as a victim who was flown around the world by Epstein for the purpose of committing a criminal act, this is being taken very seriously.

The FBI is interested in pursuing the allegations published by The Mail on Sunday.’

Now a married mother of three living in Australia, Virginia alleged that her services were offered to a number of politicians, businessmen and international statesmen.

She also met Prince Andrew. The first time was at the London house of Ghislaine Maxwell, daughter of the disgraced former media tycoon Robert Maxwell.

The second time was at Epstein’s grand New York townhouse and the third on Epstein’s private Caribbean island.

The new FBI investigation will undoubtedly be of grave concern to Prince Andrew, who was forced to accept that his continued friendship with the financier, a convicted child sex offender, was unwise.

On Friday, he severed all ties with Epstein – although the new investigation could reveal further damaging details of their association.

Virginia’s account of her meetings with the Prince was published under the restrictions of British libel laws, notoriously the most draconian in the Western world. There will be no such restraint on her testimony to FBI investigators.

It is highly likely that detectives will also wish to question the Prince as part of their investigation. If subpoenaed he may be forced to plead diplomatic immunity based on his role as business envoy for UK Trade and Investment. Last week David Cameron faced calls from the floor of the Commons to remove the Prince from his post.

If Andrew refuses to co-operate with US authorities he would, in all likelihood, be banned from entering the States, which would seriously affect his ability to fulfil his role as a trade envoy.

Virginia said: ‘I have lived with these secrets for years. Stepping forward wasn’t easy. My husband and family come first and I don’t want to do anything that could possibly hurt them.’

It is believed the new investigation will centre on Epstein’s procuring of young girls and paying them to provide sexual favours for his business associates at his homes in New York, Florida, the US Virgin Islands and New Mexico.

Epstein’s palatial houses were secretly covered by a network of hidden video cameras, raising concerns that compromising footage exists of a number of rich and powerful individuals useful to Epstein’s work as a money manager.

‘If Virginia’s allegations are correct, Epstein may have committed offences not covered by the non-prosecution agreement,’ our source said.

There is no suggestion of any sexual contact between Virginia and the Prince, or that Andrew knew that Epstein paid her to have sex with his friends.

The previous FBI investigation was shelved after Epstein’s lawyers struck a plea bargain with prosecutors at the US Attorney’s office in Southern Florida in which the money manager pleaded guilty to solicitation of prostitution and a single charge of procuring minors for prostitution.

The financier was sentenced to 18 months in prison in 2008.

The Mail on Sunday can reveal that under the terms of the secret deal Virginia was assigned a lawyer, Robert Josefsberg, whose fees were paid by Epstein.

In a letter from the US Justice Department, Virginia was told Josefsberg would work out a settlement between her and Epstein.

Josefsberg attended America’s Yale Law School with Alan Dershowitz, who happened to be representing the tycoon during the criminal case.

Referring to the inadequacy of the original investigation, the source said: ‘Virginia was interviewed by phone from Australia for maybe 45 minutes before the secret plea bargain was cut.’

Virginia agreed the original questioning was insufficient but felt powerless to do anything about it. ‘I felt no one was listening to me,’ she said last night, ‘including maybe my own lawyers.

‘I told my lawyers I thought that some of the men I had to have sex with were powerful and rich, but they didn’t even show me pictures that would have helped me identify them.

‘I am happy that finally there are people who aren’t in Jeffrey’s pockets who are standing up to protect me and saying, “This was not right, this was not acceptable.” People who don’t want this to happen to their daughters.’

After the case, more than 20 other girls launched legal actions against Epstein. At least 17 have been settled out of court.

A spokesman for the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Florida said last night: ‘We cannot comment, confirm or deny the existence of any investigation or on our intention to open or close a matter.’