Fat finger or too much Tequila?

23 comments on “Fat finger or too much Tequila?
  1. Youri Carma says:

    Fed PAYING Banks To Withhold Loans From Citizens – Vid http://amrpt.tv/video/Fed-PAYING-Banks-To-Withhold-Lo;State-Of-The-Union

    Congressman Dennis J. Kucinich tells is like it is – The Fed is stealing our money, and rewarding banks when they withhold loans to the public.

  2. Youri Carma says:

    First New Concentration Camps in Europe Set to Sprout on Greek Soil http://theintelhub.com/2012/04/12/first-new-concentration-camps-in-europe-set-to-sprout-on-greek-soil/

  3. John Oldfield says:

    Hey there Max keep it up. I’ve only recently seen your Keiser report and I agree with everything you guys have to say. It seems odd that you have so few views compared other ‘news’ reports. I believe that there is something everyone sees on TV whether in the news, media films, videogames or commercials that programs everyone to believe what they want us to. Why has no one else picked up on this? I have tried for a long time to put this into words to describe what’s happening but find it hard to. Could this be a part of the programming?
    Keep spreading the truth

  4. Youri Carma says:

    SB1083 ARIZONA STATE MILITIA BUILD UP BEGINS http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i02BuihU72s

  5. Youri Carma says:

    Marc Faber – The Financial Survival Network – 14 Apr 2012 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjTVaL3V5Rc

    Gerald Celente – Jeff Rense Show – 12 Apr 2012http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTkQ2iImy0A

  6. @M&S,

    it’s only a matter of time before Mexico gets tired of living under the EVIL EMPIRE’S totalitarian rule.

    i can’t wait for the BRICS to take the asshole American corporatists to hell and leave them there.

  7. MirrorMirror says:


    BLOGGERS should become the GOVERNMENT :

    Former CIA Spy Tells the Truth


    10 mins.

    HORIZONTAL information connectivity rather than TOP DOWN SECRECY !

    Well said !

  8. Bill Stewart says:

    This is interesting …


    1. Reactor 3 is completely missing, which means the press and anyone who has claimed anything about pressures, temperatures, containment, ect at reactor 3 after March 14 is lying and people need to pay attention to it, because failure of the public to realize the massive extent of the lies about what is going on there will leave the door open to a repeat event.

    2. Reactor 4 is Building 7, demolished by explosives. Reactor 4 had been defueled and was undergoing replacement of it’s internal stainless steel shroud, yet blew it’s containment anyway. That is the FINAL smoking gun, an empty reactor is inert, and cannot produce an explosion, yet one happened at 4 that was so powerful it destroyed the structure leaving it in danger of falling over. […]

    Reactor 4′s dome was removed for defueling. Drone photos prove it. This dispels the rumours surrounding unit 4′s explosion. Some people have said that this reactor was secretly in operation to enrich plutonium. This photo proves it was disassembled for shroud replacement as stated. Tepco is going out of it’s way trying to explain the explosions, especially at reactor 4 because they did indeed occur, so an explanation is needed. As a result they are giving reasons that cannot happen just to say something. They need to see this post and get the Arava perspective(Arava is a district surrounding Dimona).

    3. That the destruction of the facility is so severe it could only have been accomplished with nuclear weapons. Hydrogen gas produces a non-ideal subsonic explosion. It cannot turn concrete into dust. It can produce high pressures if sealed off, but the metal roof on all the reactor containments should have provided the relief and been the only thing destroyed. It takes a high intensity explosive to strip concrete off rebar, a blast wave many times faster than supersonic. This means that whatever happened at Fukushima did not have blast characteristics that fit the “official” story.

    Also, note that most of the stuff stays on the desks, at the end, a laser printer is still sitting on a cheap table, ect. some things fall but things return to normal quickly, all the while the English announcer is reading a script of devastation with all the pep of some paid fool who does not believe what he is saying in a cheezy infomercial. The quake was significant, but only in a 6.0 sense, as recorded by the JAPANESE seismographs, and FAKED to a 9.0 by the USGS. This is important footage, because it proves the earthquake measured at a 6.8 was an instrumentation based richter reading. Confusion between the Shindo and Richter scale is being used to cover this up .

  9. flicks says:


    Its a waste of time trying to expalin who Blythe Masters is and why Fiat money is relevant; just look at some of the comments to see how clueless they are.

  10. F. Beard says:

    Tequila Sunrise

    Thanks for reminding me of good song.

    Cry ronron, cry!

  11. Al Kyder says:

    Per capita income increases almost by 20.5 per cent in Kazakhstan

    According to preliminary data, per capita nominal income of the population in Kazakhstan amounted to 48 199 tenge (about $320) in February 2012, an increase of 20.5 per cent compared to the corresponding period in 2011, the Agency on Statistics of Kazakhstan said on Thursday.
    “At the same time the department noted that real income increases by 15.1 per cent,” statistics reported.
    VISA company opens its office in Kazakhstan

    VISA has announced about the opening of its office in Kazakhstan at the press-conference in Almaty on Thursday, Kazinform reported.
    “The opening of an office in Kazakhstan is an important strategic step for our company. I am pleased to congratulate Kazakh banks, all our partners and, of course, our Kazakh office staff with this event,” VISA General Director on Russia, CIS and South-Eastern Europe Steven Parker said.
    Western states sell high-priced weapons in Middle East – Ahmadinejad
    Iran captures 15 terrorist group members
    Thursday, April 12, 2012 – 19:18

    Fifteen terrorist group members have been captured in the Iranian province of Sistan-Baluchestan by Iranian security Forces, Mehr reported.
    The captured people were those, who earlier this year killed a sunni cleric, Molavi Mostafa Jangi Zehi. He was assassinated on the Chabahar-Sarbaz road in the southeastern province of Sistan-Baluchestan.
    According to the Iranian intelligence, the captured group was financially supported from the abroad by the U.S., UK and Israel.
    Turkey proposes to create Silk Road railway

    Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan at a meeting with Chinese businessmen proposed to create the Silk Road railway, which would connect Turkey and China, the Hurriyet newspaper reported on Thursday.
    “It is necessary to turn the historic Silk Road into a railway which will unite the people who live along the route from Turkey to China,” Erdogan said.

    China, Uzbekistan pledge to strengthen military ties

    Senior Chinese and Uzbekistan military officials pledged to strengthen bilateral military ties on Tuesday, Xinhua reported.
    The pledge came during a meeting between Vice Chairman of China’s Central Military Commission Xu Caihou and Chief of Joint Staff of Uzbekistan Armed Force V. Makhmudov.
    Xu hailed the traditional friendship between the two peoples of China and Uzbekistan. The bilateral relation with Uzbekistan has been developing steadily since diplomatic relations were forged 20 years ago, he added.
    He said China is willing to work with Uzbekistan to bring the friendly and cooperative partnership to a higher level under the principles of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit, and non-interference in each other’s internal affairs.
    Xu pointed out that China’s military ties with Uzbekistan have been developing smoothly in recent years with growing exchanges in various fields. He also expressed his hope to further expand and deepen pragmatic cooperation and exchanges between the two armies.
    Makhmudov said Uzbekistan always adheres to the one-China principle, and Uzbekistan is a reliable friend of China in Central Asia.
    The Uzbekistan side is willing to work with China to achieve new progress in comprehensive pragmatic cooperation under bilateral and multi-lateral structures, he said.

  12. Tamir says:

    Elephant in a china store update

    OK, this is just plain stupid. Isn’t it a propensity of democracies to be able to deal with criticism?!

    “Günter Grass says Israel ban reminds him of East German Stasi
    Writer banned from Israel over critical poem says only other countries that excluded him were East Germany and Burma”


    Of course, I don’t remember him criticizing Arab/Muslim/terroristic rat holes of various kinds – but this way over the top!

  13. What-me-worry? says:

    @BS – Japan quake was massive and (very unusually) lasted several minutes. Building I was in (Tokyo) rocked like a pendulum at a regular 2Hz frequency for at least 3 minutes – no normal quake. Sure felt man made. Missing nukes, Chikyu Maru, Rockerfucker Inst, standing waves, plasma, HAARP etc.

  14. Tamir says:


    Dude – man _cannot_ create real quacks, OK? The energy output of a typical earth quake is in the scale of a few hundred times more than the most powerful thermonuclear weapons built by man, OK?

  15. Al Kyder says:

    @ Youri Carma \\ DORIS PRESS RELEASE

    Tethys Petroleum has completed the first shipment of commercial oil production through its Aral Oil Terminal (the “AOT”) at Shalkar – a purpose built oil storage and rail loading facility to connect the Company’s Doris oilfield to the Kazakh rail system.


  16. What-me-worry? says:

    @Tamir – I used to be half asleep like you. Such happy days.

  17. Tamir says:


    I’m not asleep – check the numbers. It is just plain physics – nothing fancy !

  18. What-me-worry? says:

    @Tamir – roman catholic classic physics and ‘numb-ers’ eh? lol