Consciousness Beyond Chemtrails Conference: August 17th-19th, 2012 in Los Angeles

It's hard to enjoy Oil Free Fun at a time when our planet's atmosphere is being intentionally polluted.  Most oil free activities involve heavy breathing and on days when the spraying has been exceptional I have literally tasted the metallic particles in the air and developed discomfort in my throat/lungs and even a distinct ache in the heart during and after strenuous exercise.  Anyone who cares about the planet (even a little bit) or about their own health (even a little bit) should be concerned about Chemtrail Geoengineering and other covert programs that seem to serve a multitude of agendas ranging from weather modification to intentionally poisoning humans and looting their wealth through the corrupt medical establishment now being foisted upon all of us via Robamney Care.

Chemtrails are a great issue to focus on because there are "smoking guns" in the skies over much of the planet on an almost daily basis.  It's a lot easier to point out a "conspiracy" that's visible to all with open eyes and minimally open minds.  Exposing the covert reality of Geoengineering is a great way to wake people up to other corrupt, crooked aspects of modern civ that are less obvious.

Get involved, wake up your friends, and make a difference.  What are you really afraid of?  What have you really got to lose that the corrupt establishment isn't already planning to take from you?

The Consciousness Beyond Chemtrails Conference August 17th-19th in Los Angeles will feature the best and brightest of the movement to expose and explore Geoengineering and the many hidden agendas behind what is arguably the largest and most expensive covert operation (and maybe even engineering project) in human history.  For more info, check out http://www.consciousnessbeyondchemtrails.com/ and the video below...

Stunning Crimes of the Big Banks: Worse than Your Wildest Imagination

Reposted from ZeroHedge.com

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Preface:   Not all banks are criminal enterprises.  The wrongdoing of a particular bank cannot be attributed to other banks without proof.  But – as documented below – many of the biggest banks have engaged in unimaginably bad behavior.
Here are just some of the improprieties by big banks:
  • Engaging in mafia-style big-rigging fraud against local governments. See thisthis and this
  • Shaving money off of virtually every pension transaction they handled over the course of decades, stealing collectively billions of dollars from pensions worldwide. Details hereherehereherehereherehereherehereherehere and here
  • Pledging the same mortgage multiple times to different buyers. See thisthisthisthis and this. This would be like selling your car, and collecting money from 10 different buyers for the same car
  • Committing massive fraud in an $800 trillion dollar market which effects everything from mortgages, student loans, small business loans and city financing
  • Pushing investments which they knew were terrible, and then betting against the same investments to make money for themselves. See this,thisthisthis and this
  • Engaging in unlawful “Wash Trades” to manipulate asset prices. See thisthis and this
  • Participating in various Ponzi schemes. See thisthis and this
  • Bribing and bullying ratings agencies to inflate ratings on their risky investments
The executives of the big banks invariably pretend that the hanky-panky was only committed by a couple of low-level rogue employees. But studies show that most of the fraud is committed by management.
Indeed, one of the world’s top fraud experts – professor of law and economics, and former senior S&L regulator Bill Black – says that most financial fraud is “control fraud”, where the people who own the banks are the ones who implement systemic fraud. See thisthis and this.
But at least the big banks do good things for society, like loaning money to Main Street, right?
  • The big banks have slashed lending since they were bailed out by taxpayers … while smaller banks have increased lending. See thisthis andthis
We can almost understand why Thomas Jefferson warned:
And I sincerely believe, with you, that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies ....
John Adams said:
Banks have done  more injury to religion, morality, tranquillity, prosperity, and even wealth of the nation than they have done or ever will do good.
And Lord Acton argued:
The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the people versus the banks.