Opinion – Yazidi Islamic – State Kidnapping Victim Decribes Nine Days of Horror – SPIEGEL ONLINE – John Gelmini

English: President Barack Obama delivers a pol...

English: President Barack Obama delivers a policy address on events in the Middle East and North Africa at the State Department. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Greater Middle East

Greater Middle East (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Dr Alf speaks of it being time to “revisit President Obama’s Middle East strategy”.

Sadly, one cannot revisit something which didn’t exist in the first place, even assuming that the patrician, useless and out of his depth, President Obama, was capable of dreaming one up in the first instance.

The so called “strategy” for the Middle East is based on an idea called “The Arc of Crisis”, which is a mental construct of the proponents of the Project For a New American Century and the Bilderberg Group.

It is a doctrine which calls for a Balkanised and exploitable Middle East riven by war, internecine strife and presenting opportunities to destabilize troublesome regimes, and sell arms whilst plundering oil wealth.

The problem is that countries like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Qatar (all allegedly funders of ISIS), would like to create a Global Caliphate, which is why they are funding the Wahibi sect and a massive program of mosque building all over the world but particularly in the UK, Europe, the USA, Sri Lanka and the Far East.

Within these mosques and in Muslim schools, the terrorists of tomorrow are being radicalized, brainwashed and transformed into the next group of ISIS, Korosan and lookalike beheaders, rapists, crucifiers and torturers.

As each group expands, like inkspots, they merge until they become progressively larger until their desired Endgame which is nothing less than a Global Caliphate.

The Bilderbergers and their fellow travelers in the march towards a New World Order, have been copied and with their higher birthrate Muslims will outnumber Westerners and some host populations within a matter of 30 years or less.

Those who preach “multiculturalism ” in the UK and Europe are guilty of falling into this trap.

The line must be drawn in the sand now. President Obama must be replaced sooner rather than later and our vacuous leaders need to take firm action to deal with the threat before people are forced to take matters into their own hands as the Dutch motorcycle gangs are already beginning to do by coming to the aid of the Kurds.

John Gelmini

Default looms for millions of Australians – Sydney Morning Herald

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The is an important story from the Sydney Morning Herald. Check it out!

via Default looms for millions of Australians.

A new credit risk reporting system has highlighted that a large number of Australians are at risk of defaulting on loans. Similar systems in the US and the UK equated poor credit ratings with penal rates of interest, years ago – this predated the 2008 the sub-prime saga.

For me, Australia has a number of related special stories.

I remember vividly working out in a gym in Sydney, watching the TV news, early in the morning in 2008, after the world’s stock markets had gone into global free-fall, at the start the financial crisis. Momentarily, I thought about my pension savings and then reality took over from fear – I convinced myself that what goes down must come up, eventually.

Many years ago, when I was in my twenties, I remember a conversation in a bar in Brisbane, the night before I left for the Far East. I was working with American Express at the time. The friendly lady behind the bar asked me why I was leaving Australia. I explained that I had a job that I liked. She told me a story:

I have a friend who a year ago had nothing and now he’s on the top of world. He’s got a lovely house, a new car and a boat.

I responded:

What, he’s managed to buy all of those things for cash?

She replied:

Well no, not exactly – he got credit…

I remember all those years ago, thinking about the the UK in economic chaos, yet in Australia everybody was laid back. The public sector was massive, the unions controlled the car industry, people worked short days, and lived to get on the beach.

These days, of course, Australia has lost the majority of its manufacturing. But the country survives on its massive natural resources. At an individual level, people still live on credit, perhaps more than ever.

It’s a bubble, waiting to burst on a global shock, in my view. After all, Australia has not really had her sub-prime crisis yet…