Silvio’s Gamble

Michael Colhaze


“I’m a man of honour, a truthful person, a gentleman of absolute morality.” (Silvio Berlusconi, quoted in La Repubblica, July 13, 2003)

The above statement must be taken with a grain of salt, of course. You don’t become a billionaire and owner of a vast media empire by trying to be everyone’s sweetheart. Yet it doesn’t mean that all was acquired criminally, perhaps even with the help of the Mafia, as the impotent, incompetent, mendacious Italian Left tries to convince the world. Who, by the way, uses itself criminal means to achieve political ends, like spreading lies and mounting false flag operations utilized by corrupt Commie prosecutor to cripple the one man who may have the guts and intelligence to steer Italy through the approaching tempest.

What is more, it might be perfectly possible that the same man, and one who has achieved so much, doesn’t aim anymore for ever more riches like our own dangerously demented banksters and billionaires, but tries indeed to win the love and respect of his people and thus secure himself a decent place in history.

That’s at least what he says himself, and I for one believe him.

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It is therefore of interest why Western political leaders and their puppet masters despise him so profoundly and use their own massive media outlets to ridicule and vilify him whenever possible. The entire and utterly repulsive lot, be it Rupert Murdoch’s sewer publications, the old trollop BBC, or highfalutin Zionist blather blogs like openDemocracy (sic), are trying to convince us that Italy was run until recently by a bungling and utterly amoral sex maniac.

The reason is obvious. It is also fascinating, even contains a grain of hope. Because here is one man who personally owns all the money and media influence necessary to reach a high political position. He doesn’t have to go hat in hand to AIPAC and its European counterparts, and thus sell himself and his people down the drain. He can, at least to a degree, speak his mind. And, most important, he doesn’t need to get involved in alien adventures that are expensive, counterproductive and highly harmful for his country.

It also permits him to flash on occasion his admittedly ribald sense of humour. Like calling the newly elected US  President young, beautiful (bello) and nicely suntanned. And thereby expressing the consternation felt by all those who wondered what on earth was happening in America. Most likely he knew already by then where matters were leading to, or what kind of miserable windbag George Soros and his assorted chums had launched with so much false fanfare.

Just think of Mr. Obama’s election promise, namely to reduce the national deficit by half.  Because in 2009, as he observed so rightly and heroically, one out of ten dollars of taxpayers money went to the banks in interest payments alone, a gigantic sum that should be better spent on hospitals, education and the like. Yet what happened is of course the exact opposite. In 2008 the deficit had reached 458 billion dollars. Today it has almost tripled, namely to a staggering 1.3 trillion dollars. At the time of Obama’s inauguration the national debt hovered around 10.3 trillion dollars, now it amounts to 16.4 trillion.

Servicing the Wall Street usurers must therefore soon result in drastic budget cuts that will affect every section of public life. How this will appear in detail  can be seen in Greece. Already one of Europe’s poorest countries, are the present measures to tighten the belt excruciatingly felt throughout the lower and middle classes. A large part of the 130 billion Euro rescue package, meant to avoid the country’s looming bankruptcy and squeezed mostly out of the criminally lethargic Germans by Zion’s foremost European satrap, Frau Merkel, will never reach Hellas’ shores, but end up in the pockets of the Wall Street banksters and their European counterparts. Which is one of the reasons why the angry Greeks are hurling firebombs at their own deputies, particularly those who told them that the crippling measures are of paramount importance while brazenly intimating that a national insolvency would be Greece’s utter ruin and devastation.

Yet so far nobody has said exactly how that might come to pass. Will Obama send the NIMITZ aircraft carrier into the Gulf of Corinth and sequester the annual goat cheese production? The poor goats as well? Will a platoon of Marines raid the Archaeological  Museum of Olympia and seize Praxiteles’ Hermes and the Infant Dionysus?

Not very likely. Because a national bankruptcy is a far cry from a personal one.

As we have seen in tiny Iceland. There a bunch of international hoodlums, including Iceland’s then First Lady who, believe it or not, is an Israeli citizen, milked the country’s three foremost banks out of billions of Euros in unsecured loans. Which were never paid back and probably slumber by now in the vaults of Tel Aviv’s Bank Hapoalim or are parked in the fiscal brothels of the Dutch Antilles. When the Icelandic banks finally collapsed, the duped parties insisted that the government accept responsibility for the incurred liabilities, a demand that would have obliged every citizen to repay 100 Euros per month during the next fifteen years. And this simply for debts incurred by private persons or entities and their mutual manipulations.

As we know, the enraged Icelanders hoisted a collective middle finger, organized a referendum and refused to pay so much as a rusty dime. And that was that. Nothing happened. No one made a fuss, no one put on the squeeze, no one said a peep. Because there wasn’t a lever. The Icelandic economy meanwhile has recovered, matters are back to normal, and people live as decently as before. What is more, the whole episode has completely and totally dropped out of the mainstream media. Because in the gilded corridors of the Wall Street hoodlums a hideous ghoul is making the round, namely the fear that the Icelandic bug could be contagious.

In an article titled “Still No End to ‘Too Big to Fail,’” William Greider wrote in The Nation on February 15th:

Financial market cynics have assumed all along that Dodd-Frank did not end “too big to fail” but instead created a charmed circle of protected banks labeled “systemically important” that will not be allowed to fail, no matter how badly they behave.

That may be, but there is one bit of bad behavior that Uncle Sam himself does not have the funds to underwrite: the $32 trillion market in credit default swaps (CDS).  Thirty-two trillion dollars is more than twice the U.S. GDP and more than twice the national debt. 

CDS are a form of derivative taken out by investors as insurance against default.  According to the Comptroller of the Currency, nearly 95% of the banking industry’s total exposure to derivatives contracts is held by the nation’s five largest banks: JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Bank of America, HSBC, and Goldman Sachs.  The CDS market is unregulated, and there is no requirement that the “insurer” actually have the funds to pay up.  CDS are more like bets, and a massive loss at the casino could bring the house down. ….

The Houses of Morgan, Goldman and the other Big Five are justifiably worried right now, because an “event of default” declared on European sovereign debt could jeopardize their $32 trillion derivatives scheme. 

And worried they should be. Because however frantically their satraps try to stem the tide, it is a fair bet that the Greeks do the same as the Icelanders have done. Which probably means that a popular tribune will seize the opportunity and ride on the default ticket, most likely as soon as the next elections are on hand. And win. It will be, needless to say, only the beginning of a domino effect that sooner or later must topple Italy, Spain, Portugal and Ireland as well.

Whereby topple might be the wrong term. The economic repercussions are of course difficult to foretell, but they are certainly not as lethal as we are asked to believe. The exact opposite might be even the case. This is at least what I thought while recently travelling in Italy. On the highway between Bologna and Florence you can use only the left lane, because the right is clogged with roaring and stinking lorries, one after the other, twenty four hours a day, and all carrying goods into both directions. It is a spooky picture, and apart from asking yourself if mankind has indeed finally gone over the top, you can’t but think that the Italian economy must be definitely overheated. Thus some kind of controlled catharsis might even be helpful, particularly if it rids the country in one big sweep of its foreign debts.

This brings us back to Silvio Berlusconi and the intriguing stunt he seems to have pulled off recently. Spurred mainly by that repugnant German martinet and her tiny French sidekick, the European commission demanded that Italy stick to the rules and introduce austerity measures. Which he first meekly agreed on but then downright refused. And not only that, he even went so far as to offer his resignation as prime minister in case the motion would find a majority in parliament.

Which it would, as he knew perfectly well. This because some of his uneasy bedfellows and some of the leftist opposition are on the payroll of George Soros’ Council on Foreign Relations, like the ex-Commie and atheist Massimo d’Alema of the DS, or the abortionist and scarecrow Emma Bonino of the Radicals, or poker-faced Gianfranco Fini of the Neo-Fascists.

Bonino, Fischer, Leonard and Soros

What nobody mentioned was the interesting fact that he had dropped a boiling hot potato, namely the austerity measures, into the lap of his successor, a faceless caretaker premier with strong banking connections. And who in turn is now trying to tame a parliament that is about as easy to handle as a bag-full of fleas.

The next scenario will most likely look like this. As soon as the measures are felt, and they will be felt rather painfully, the Italians are going to storm the Bastille. It won’t happen overnight, but fairly fast. And while the tumult is deepening and the situation deteriorates every day, what will be more logical than calling elections and endowing the man who has run Italy for sixteen years with a new mandate, particularly since he was the only one who refused to implement the measures? And who will continue to do so by showing the Big Five and all the world’s media skunks what he shows on the photo above? His Freedom Party is already the strongest in Italy and may well win the absolute majority. As to the exact modus vivendi, he will of course wring his hands in despair and promise everything under the sun to his esteemed debtors, yet what can he do if some disloyal bastards, most likely from his own party, have called a referendum? This is after all a democracy, one like those the glorious US president and his Neocon buddies try to push down the throat of anyone who doesn’t suit them. Thus if the rabble speaketh, it has spoke! And basta! He will spread his hands like Pilate might have done, and reintroduce the Italian Lira.

What fits into this scenario is his recent tête-à-tête with a very close friend, the hated and much-vilified former and future Russian prime minister Vladimir Putin. Which could, as we sincerely hope, be the beginning of a truly European front against the powers that are bent on its total subjugation.

Smooth, isn’t it?

Smooth, isn’t it?

We shall have a world government, whether we like it or not. The only question is if it will be archived by conquest or consent.

Thus spoke James Paul Warburg  (son of Paul Moritz, Founder of The Council on Foreign Relations, Architect of the Federal Reserve System and Banking Shark supreme) some sixty years ago.

Well, perhaps we shan’t.

Perhaps that wasn’t the idea when the Good Lord created us and gave us a particular and immensely precious gift called the Freedom of Choice. As to the attempt as such, it is clearly an open declaration of war on every decent human being. Particularly if we remember that the above envisioned world government will continue to worship Wall Street’s present deity, a cruel and repulsive idol called the Golden Calf, and force a society of slaves to do the same.

To default and so to divest the Big Five and all who sail in them of at least some of their horrendous power and influence isn’t therefore a sovereign felony, but an admissible act of self-defence. If implemented, it will be the beginning of the end.

First and foremost for that sick homunculus called the European Union. 

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71 Comments to "Silvio’s Gamble"

  1. blue rose's Gravatar blue rose
    March 27, 2012 - 7:49 pm | Permalink

    A poor choice for a picture of Silvio Berlusconi. In certain Catholic/Christian circles, flashing the devil’s horn hand signal is a sure sign the person is a member of the Illuminati, aka the NWO Elites, be they politicians, Hollywood stars, or pop music figures.

  2. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    March 27, 2012 - 8:06 pm | Permalink

    The author would have done better reading up on Bettino Craxi before penning any apologia for Berlusconi. Clean hands is a good place to start. That Berlusconi doesn’t deserve all the odium dished out by the left is a given, but nor does it signify that all charges levelled against him were baseless. A crook in a crooked system, what could be more apposite?

  3. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    March 27, 2012 - 8:07 pm | Permalink

    Michael, great piece. Bravo!

    If there was one line in the whole article that wins the prize, its’, “He doesn’t have to go, hat in hand to AIPAC and its European counter parts, and thus sell himself and his people down the drain.”

    Uh, yes. It might be a better idea to post this in every college classroom instead of the B.S. that’s usually posted there.

  4. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    March 27, 2012 - 8:14 pm | Permalink

    @Trenchant: Trenchant, this is Italy. I mean, even the great Benito Mussolini’s main achievement is said to have been– “making the trains run on time”.

  5. Aquilax's Gravatar Aquilax
    March 27, 2012 - 8:14 pm | Permalink

    @blue rose:
    A masonic lodge has been dismantled in the 80′s, it was called “P2″ (propagande due). Berlusconi was a member. On the wikipedia article there is even a picture of his receipt as well as a list of some members (ranging from socialists to bankers).

  6. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    March 27, 2012 - 8:14 pm | Permalink

    Oh, and no one can steer Italy through the tempest. Italy is destined to sink the stupid Eurotopia; Greece writ large.

  7. Aquilax's Gravatar Aquilax
    March 27, 2012 - 8:18 pm | Permalink

    [off-topic] Those videos (top right section of the website) with David Duke are really not good for PR whether what he says is right or wrong.

  8. John hearns's Gravatar John hearns
    March 27, 2012 - 8:23 pm | Permalink

    Like calling the newly elected US President young, beautiful (bello) and nicely suntanned.

    lol

    he can’t be all bad, but, we will see.

  9. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    March 27, 2012 - 8:25 pm | Permalink

    @Bobby: For Hitler it was autobahns, for Mussolini trains, I guess NASA justifies the US Leviathan and all its manifold benefits.

  10. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    March 27, 2012 - 8:27 pm | Permalink

    Michael, don’t get too done on Germany. Merkel’s subservience makes me sick to, but the Germans aren’t so stupid as to allow her to ruin the entire country. There are many people in that nation, already preparing for the return of the German Mark. Plan B, is being seriously addressed.

  11. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    March 27, 2012 - 8:30 pm | Permalink

    @Trenchant: I’ll have to think on that one. By the way, I do think Mussolini was a great man. He knew 11 languages and was a politicians politician.

  12. Aquilax's Gravatar Aquilax
    March 27, 2012 - 8:41 pm | Permalink

    @Bobby:

    When I visited Rome I asked many people what they thought of him, the majority of the answers were : “he did a lot of good things and tried to put order in society throughout all of Italy, the only thing bad he did was going to war.”

    Right next to the Colosseum there was a kiosk held by a foreigner, probably a Paki, he was selling aprons with the face of Mussolini on them…

  13. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    March 27, 2012 - 8:56 pm | Permalink

    @Aquilax: Ha,ha,ha, interesting. It’s been said that the foreigners in a nation, know more about the natives than the natives know about themselves.

  14. Vlad Writes's Gravatar Vlad Writes
    March 27, 2012 - 9:20 pm | Permalink

    @blue rose: He could of course be a supporter of Texas University.

  15. fender's Gravatar fender
    March 27, 2012 - 9:22 pm | Permalink

    I don’t understand Italy’s problems. It’s one of the highest-IQ nations in the world, higher than Sweden, Switzerland, Belgium, China, and the UK.

  16. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    March 27, 2012 - 9:33 pm | Permalink

    @John hearns:Readers might like to look at Niccolò Ghedini, and leggi ad personum before lauding Berlusconi, although he does have a nice, self-deprecating sense of humour.

    He certainly is tied to the neo-con agenda, look at Italy’s military presence in the aftermath of the Iraq invasion, albeit as “peacekeeper”.

  17. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    March 27, 2012 - 9:35 pm | Permalink

    @fender: It’s probably the latin blood. Italy is a very modern nation, with a long time car industry,(Fiat was the largest truck manufacturer in Europe for a time) Italians, sharp as they are, have to fight agianst that hot temperment, which often hinders them from looking at a situation with that ice cold objectivity that his northern brothers do.

  18. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    March 27, 2012 - 9:38 pm | Permalink

    @Trenchant: Trenchant I wouldn’t doubt it. Italy has shown all kinds of signs as being tied to the neo-con gang. It’s really interesting how the average alert person nowadays, can notice these things by simply reading internet articles and watching what these nations do, instead of what they say.

  19. March 27, 2012 - 9:53 pm | Permalink

    Your information on Iceland is off. While things have greatly improved, those who lost their life savings are little better off. Unemployment remains high – by Icelandic standards, and their currency is unstable. This creates a low return problem for their exports – mainly fish, and makes the imports, which is most manufactured things very high.
    In spite of all that, they know they did the right thing. One unseen benefit is that the dark foreigners, who came to work in the boom, have reduced their presence in the country.
    Italy has never been keen on dark immigration, but has been affected by the EUSSR immigration policies. Notice their national soccer team is very white compared to other ‘”powerhouses” like Germany, France, and England.

  20. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    March 27, 2012 - 10:05 pm | Permalink

    @fender: Garibaldi should have copped a bullet. Unifying the Northerners with the Southerners has been a disaster from the get-go. Too much Germanic blood in the North to sit well with the Arab blood in the South. Any traveller can pick up the difference between Palermo and Bolzano. The peoples are visibly very different, no surprises that there be differences in temperament, too. Berlusconi’s from Milano, where industriousness and entrepreneurship are defining characteristics.

  21. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    March 27, 2012 - 10:14 pm | Permalink

    @Curmudgeon: Italy is already flooded with refugees from North Africa and Eastern Europe. Every tomato picked these days is done with African or Eastern European hands, mostly illegal immigrants.

  22. Luca's Gravatar Luca
    March 27, 2012 - 10:30 pm | Permalink

    @Trenchant:
    Trenchant, I doubt you have ever been to Italy and if you have you are exagerating the differences between Northerners and Southerners. Modern genetics shows there is very little non-european admixture in the South of Italy. At the same time it also shows that the supposed hight levels of Germanic admixture in the North are overblown. I know well of this myth because my mothers side is from the North and they believe themselves to be germanic to an extent. But the data tells a different story. Northern Italians are NOT a bunch of Vikings. They are on average lighter than the Southerners who are also not the bunch of darkies you seem to make them out to be. Bolzano is a poor example as a large part of the population there is actually GERMAN, part of the German minority in Northern Italy. The most likely reason for northern Italians to be somewhat lighter than Southerners is that the strong Celtic component present since before Roman times is absent in the South.

  23. Ciaran's Gravatar Ciaran
    March 27, 2012 - 10:31 pm | Permalink

    @Bobby: Excellent. And this time – do what Hitler never did.

  24. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    March 27, 2012 - 10:55 pm | Permalink

    De Benedetti, Furio Colombo, Fiamma Nierenstein, Clemente Mimoun, Enrico Mentana, Paolo Mieli, not to mention Murdoch and Sky, the Italian press is as Judaized as any other Western European country. (Who runs the banks in Italy, I wonder? Does Silvio not borrow money?)

    Mussolini’s granddaughter, for all those NS nostalgics out there.
    http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/news/mussolini-entire-world-should-beg-forgiveness-of-israel-1.106582

  25. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    March 27, 2012 - 11:01 pm | Permalink

    @Luca: Wrong on point one, right on point two. Call it poetic licence (though nowhere can I see Vikings in my comment). Your answer concedes there are differences in the racial heritage between south and north.

  26. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    March 27, 2012 - 11:05 pm | Permalink

    @Trenchant: She’s a politician, nothing more or less.

  27. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    March 27, 2012 - 11:07 pm | Permalink

    @Trenchant: It might have been revised, but I read that genetic testing mainly proved that Sicilians, have Arab bloodlines, but not Italy proper.

  28. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    March 27, 2012 - 11:11 pm | Permalink

    @Luca: Luca, even Austria, which borders Italy, has been determined to have some Celtic admixtures also, in fact, some cities in Austria, have Celtic ruins.

  29. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    March 27, 2012 - 11:17 pm | Permalink

    @Bobby: Palermo is in Sicily, which was my example.

  30. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    March 27, 2012 - 11:25 pm | Permalink

    Even aside from (contested) racial distinctions, it’s hard to overlook the cultural differences between, say, Treviso and Naples.

  31. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    March 27, 2012 - 11:35 pm | Permalink

    @Trenchant: Sorry about that. I thought Palermo sounded familiar.

  32. Luca's Gravatar Luca
    March 28, 2012 - 12:01 am | Permalink

    @Trenchant:
    There are differences but they are NOT nearly as important as you and many others think. The North has a strong Celtic component from Antiquity which is absent in the South and the South has an important Greek component which is absent in the North. They are different but are all European. Neolithic Med ancestry in Southern Italy is a little higher too. NON-EUROPEAN admixture is negligible in the South. For instance:
    “Combined data from two large mtDNA studies provides an estimate of non-Caucasoid maternal ancestry in Italians. The first study sampled 411 Italians from all over the country and found five South Asian M and East Asian D sequences (1.2%) and eight sub-Saharan African L sequences (1.9%). The second study sampled 465 Sicilians and detected ten M sequences (2.2%) and three L sequences (0.65%). This makes a total of 3% non-white maternal admixture (1.3% Asian and 1.7% African), which is very low and typical for European populations, since Pliss et al. 2005, e.g., observed 1.8% Asian admixture in Poles and 1.2% African admixture in Germans.”(Plaza et al. 2003; Romano et al. 2003)

  33. Luca's Gravatar Luca
    March 28, 2012 - 12:03 am | Permalink

    @Bobby:
    Not really. The most recent studies on Sicilians show no such thing. Take a look at my reply to Trenchant.

  34. Luca's Gravatar Luca
    March 28, 2012 - 12:03 am | Permalink

    @Trenchant:
    On this we agree!
    ;-)

  35. Luca's Gravatar Luca
    March 28, 2012 - 12:04 am | Permalink

    @Luca:
    Oops, I meant the cultural differences between Treviso and Naples.

  36. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    March 28, 2012 - 2:28 am | Permalink

    @Luca: Hmm, I’m not a geneticist, but using that oh so reputable of all sources, Wikipedia, gives a richer Arab mix.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sicily#Population_genetics

    But nature or nurture, palermitani and the bolzanini I believe would have been better off tracking their own courses, not shackled together in a shotgun marriage.

  37. Bobby's Gravatar Bobby
    March 28, 2012 - 3:32 am | Permalink

    @Luca: By the way, Luca, I have nothing at all against Sicilians. My very best friend in high school, a long time ago was Sicilian, and I swear I loved(in a brotherly kind of way) that guy. He was always funny, crazy, smiling,etc. I was the best man at his wedding even.

  38. Robert Jennings's Gravatar Robert Jennings
    March 28, 2012 - 6:59 am | Permalink

    @blue rose:
    Yes, but why should sane people care what deluded Christians think? It’s a very common sign, only nut-jobs would think it shows allegiance to the ‘illuminati’ or that he is ‘in league with the devil’.

  39. blue rose's Gravatar blue rose
    March 28, 2012 - 8:42 am | Permalink

    @Aquilax:

    Thanks for that information that Berlusconi was once a member of the P2. Interesting. Also interesting is noting the pictures of political Elites giving the devil’s horn hand gesture to signal they are Illuminati. The Hollywood stars and pop culture icons, when they give this hand signal, are acting more in the capacity of the useful idiots of the Illuminati, and with the females, basically are their the sex slaves. At least according to ‘certain circles’, conspiracy researchers, who trace these connections and make the case for it.

  40. Tom's Gravatar Tom
    March 28, 2012 - 1:06 pm | Permalink

    The Lombards, the Goths (composed of various Germanic tribes), the Normans all did their part to lighten up what had become in Italy a very eastern & southern Mediterranean population.

    I’ve been reading a biography of Augustine by the former priest in charge of Georgetown U. I can’t help, but, wonder how White was Augustine? LOL. He had a lifestyle like a colored preacher.

    The Normans did control, and inhabit, southern Italy, and Sicily for a few centuries. Then there were the crusades too.

    I think Berlusconi is ok.

  41. Anty Ep's Gravatar Anty Ep
    March 28, 2012 - 2:00 pm | Permalink

    I agree Greece should default and exit the Euro for the good of Greeks. I agree that the megabanks usurers lie about how that would be so awful. Well it would have a lot of bad effects but Greeks could be envigorated by getting their own sovereignity back and having to really pick up and work much harder for their own polity and not just work a little harder for the megabanks.

    However no such electoral result will be allowed. Did you not notice that when Papandreou surprised the Eurocrats by calling for a plebiscite that they shut him up quick and fast and he wet the bed and skedaddled? If a Papandreou can’t raise the flag of democracy in Greece then the Greek people themselves have become too flaccid to hoist it up for any lesser name.

    Papandreou of course was a EU whore himself so it was a cynical move on his part, and quickly squashed by his handlers. He evidently dared to think himself more independent than he was, and he dared to think the outcry against the squashing of the plebiscite idea would be worse. But the police in Greece are good at bending and not breaking. They can tolerate riots and firebombs that tend to provoke yawns whereas if they occurred in the US the public would go bananas and cry for martial law. Greeks laugh at these anarchist riots and only complain if their favorite cafes get firebombed.

    The day the anarchists start to really cause some personal damage to the usurers then they will have a differnt ball of wax. That day, may never come. Europe may be in for an ice age of glacial demographic decline and usurious enslavemente to megabanks.

  42. Felix's Gravatar Felix
    March 28, 2012 - 3:48 pm | Permalink

    @Anty Ep: I have been listening to a marvelous version of “Scots wha hae,” done by Scocha for the last two days, and I really do believe that it is better to be a dirt-poor freeman with dignity than an airhead, non-thinking slave even in a Gucci suit. Here’s hoping that the Greeks really do give the bankers and the client-rulers who work for the bankers the middle finger and that they rediscover proud self-reliance.

    Mel Gibson’s Braveheart’s cry “You can take our lives, but you can never take our freedom!” is a cry as relevant when it’s leveled against Wall Street and the City of London as it is against Edward I and the invading English.

  43. blue rose's Gravatar blue rose
    March 28, 2012 - 4:56 pm | Permalink

    @Robert Jennings:

    Not all conspiracy researchers are Christian. I tend to try to locate the non-Christian researchers, since the Christian ones tend to see Satan in it. Though I don’t think they are wrong that there is in fact something sinister about that hand signal.

    The term ‘Illuminati’ goes by other names also, like ‘NWO Elites’, the ones running the country and favoring Globalization. If it weren’t for these ‘conspiracy researchers’, I don’t think anyone would have had any reason to know or care about the secret meetings of the Bilderbergs, the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Masonic connection, or any of part of

    On the whole, I find it peculiar that of all hand signals any political Elite can flash, the one most sinister looking is the devil’s horn hand signal. It’s the kind of hand sign that seems to need to be made consciously by these people, and if so, seems to be made having some sort of hidden meaning to it, something not known or understood by the general public.

    There’s also a study on the ‘hidden hand’ in history, the most famous being Napoleon Bonapart’s painting of him with his right hand hidden inside his vest. Then there’s similar paintings of Karl Marx, George Washington, Mozart, Marquis de Lafayette, Salomon Rothschild, Simon Bolivar, pictures and paintings all shown with the distinctive Masonic hidden right hand. ‘any serious researcher is already aware of the role of Masonry in the unfolding of world history. The “hidden hand” gesture, so often used by historical figures is simply the outward expression of this little known fact. As Confucius said, “Signs and symbols rule the world, not words nor laws.” ‘

    Of course, so many prefer not to even think about how the occult or esoteric plays out in world affairs, and so discount everything conspiracy researchers have to say, just by dint of the fact they are called ‘conspiracy’ researchers.

    Like many here that don’t want to understand the esoteric, the occult, and even what the Christians have to say, always seem to find themselves dismayed and betrayed by their leaders, and know not where to point for the scapegoat. Let them be dismayed still, to paraphrase a verse in the Bible.

  44. Miriam K's Gravatar Miriam K
    March 28, 2012 - 5:37 pm | Permalink

    Excellent article as usual. Trouble is, I get so jealous! This guy is German and yet he writes better English than me. It ain’t fair! Back to school, Miriam…

  45. Heather Blue's Gravatar Heather Blue
    March 28, 2012 - 5:39 pm | Permalink

    Thank you Michael Colhaze.

    I am happy that a few European nations are beginning to stir and show signs of health. There is nothing really new about the New World Order. Jews have been pulling that stunt on advanced cultures for thousands of years. I would say the “new world order” is the same version as the old world order.

    Jews pass themselves off as white which confuses White people. With all the mendacity, greed and swindle going on in white countries most Europeans and Americans do not know who or what to trust. Our tribal loyalty suffers when there are so many fake whites living among us, acting as our mouth piece and muzzling our right to dissent. We’ve learned that when we take these sage opinion speakers at their word it always turns out disastrously for us.

    Before Jews took control of the main stream media white people would never have dreamt of bringing in barbarians from the Third World or regard them as equal in our culture. Doing so and calling it “fairness” would have been outrageous. This brand of fairness is not Christian fairness. Christians believe in treating each other right – and never at someone else’s expense.

    Fairness takes on a whole different meaning in the media. As do rights and equality. It is mind boggling that the communications system like our daily newspapers and living room televison vigorously promotes diversity against our will. We are assaulted with a weird brand of fairness that condemns us racists if we disagree. Not in the two thousand years of Christendom did Christians cut her teeth on that brand of fairness.

    As Michael says we were given freedom of choice by our Creator. The Jews are taking unwarranted liberties exerting their authority over the will of God.

    It is right and just to uphold a sacred right bequeathed to us by our Creator.

    Hail Italy, Iceland and Russia !

  46. Aquilax's Gravatar Aquilax
    March 28, 2012 - 5:46 pm | Permalink

    @fender:
    There has always been a big problem between catholicism and wealth. Even in North America you can see this difference, protestants see money as something useful and good to society while french-canadians (Quebec) have seen money as something that burns your hands if you handle it too much…(but the local priest would gently accept all your very generous donations though).

  47. fender's Gravatar fender
    March 28, 2012 - 5:51 pm | Permalink

    @Trenchant:

    If Italy’s average IQ is 103 then Arab blood in the South must be minimal at best, because a high amount of Arab admixture would have made that number plummet. Or are there simply more people who live in the North? I’m not familiar with Italy’s demographics.

  48. Tom's Gravatar Tom
    March 28, 2012 - 6:01 pm | Permalink

    My knowledge of barber shop Italian tells me that Obama would be described as a “tut-soon” or a “tootsie roll”, please correct me if you know how to spell “tut-soon” in proper Italian.

    In Hungarian or Slovak, I’m not sure if “fec-a-tay” would be a good discription of Obama. It’s more like a darkening of the face…maybe a Hungarian would like to comment? The Poles have a word too.

  49. TabuLa Raza's Gravatar TabuLa Raza
    March 28, 2012 - 6:40 pm | Permalink

    Italy IQ drops North to South. North (Friuli-Venezia) is 103. South (Sicily) is 89.

    See Richard Lynn:

    http://speciali.espresso.repubblica.it/carlucci/richard_lynn_north_south_differences_in_iq.pdf

  50. Farnham O'Reilly's Gravatar Farnham O'Reilly
    March 28, 2012 - 6:47 pm | Permalink

    @blue rose: Glad to see someone else who has looked into these things as well.

    The ‘occult’ (meaning ‘hidden knowledge’) is not quite so well hidden as some of its adherents would like to think!

    Thanks for your insights, Blue Rose. I’m going home now to feed the dogs – have a great day.

  51. Mickey Meadows's Gravatar Mickey Meadows
    March 28, 2012 - 7:01 pm | Permalink

    @TabuLa Raza:

    Lynn has faced criticism for this finding. He based it on secondary sources like reading tests.
    In other words, there is no actual data by region for italian IQ.

  52. Henry Baxley's Gravatar Henry Baxley
    March 28, 2012 - 10:24 pm | Permalink

    Berlusconi;
    Father was a policeman
    Mother was a housewife
    Only child till age seven, then a little brother (best of all possible birth orders..only child, AND an eldest child)
    Parents were pretty stable so he is probably not a psychopath, just a little narcissistic, ambitious, and shrewed, with a high IQ and social IQ

  53. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    March 28, 2012 - 10:40 pm | Permalink

    @fender: In my comment which apparently upset Luca, I made no reference to IQ whatsoever. Nor any sneering about the Sicilians’ swarthiness nor darker skins, unless “Arab blood” can be so construed. My observation was more about the profoundly different social order one sees in the south compared to the north, and the different temperaments. Maybe it’s the history of subjugation at the hands of colonial powers or maybe the genetic input, but Sicily’s power structure is built on family/clan lines to a greater extent than is the case up north.

  54. Jarvis Dingle-Daden's Gravatar Jarvis Dingle-Daden
    March 28, 2012 - 10:45 pm | Permalink

    Between the so-called Germanic type and Romanic one a river runs wide.
    You can certainly bump into specific sub-group of northern Italians who won’t have trouble flowing into a street crowd somewhere in Salzburg without anybody ever getting a whiff.
    But for the sake of contrast, look up the images of Luca di Montezemolo, Greta Scacchi or Franco Nero to see for yourself how Italian Italian northerners don’t look anything like the Brits’ “favorite” cousins zee Germans.
    Southern Italians are said to be a blend of respectively Italians, italianized Greeks, Italianized Spaniards and italianized Albanians whose christian ancestors arrived after fleeing from the advancing Mongol-Turk savages.
    In all the years of my abundant exposure – be that in the old country or diaspora (read: American, Canadian, Brazilian, Argentinean) – not once have I encountered anybody with roots in southern Italy who’d bear traces of Semitic (read: Arabic) genetic residue in his or hers physical appearance.
    Speaking in science-free terms, I personally can cite 5 Sicilians (3 of whom were born and raised there) who don’t look anything but Italian.
    One more reason why this whole ‘A-Rab’ angle, as Bush Jr. would say, strikes me as an overplayed crock of shyte.

  55. TabuLa Raza's Gravatar TabuLa Raza
    March 28, 2012 - 10:47 pm | Permalink

    Saturday, August 21, 2010
    That North-South Italian IQ Gradient

    The Inductivist reports on a paper (link), that criticizes Richard Lynn’s paper on North-South Italian IQ differences, which we discussed here and here. Lynn responds.
    Beraldo (this issue) and Cornoldi, Belacchi, Giofre, Martini, and Tressoldi (2010) (CBGMT) have eight criticisms of my paper (Lynn, 2010) claiming that the large north–south differences in per capita income in Italy are attributable to differences in the average levels of intelligence in the populations. CBGMT give results for seven data sets for IQs in the north and south of Italy. All of these show that IQs are higher than in the north than in the south, although the differences are not as great as those I calculated. Other criticisms to the effect that the PISA tests are not measures of intelligence are refuted. The results of two further studies are given that confirm that IQs in the north of Italy are approximately 10 IQ points higher than in south.
    Jason Malloy comments that other data backs up Lynn.

    From what we know about human biodiversity and from Lynn’s original paper and response, I’m going with Lynn.

    http://mangans.blogspot.com/2010/08/that-north-south-italian-iq-gradient.html

  56. blue rose's Gravatar blue rose
    March 28, 2012 - 11:59 pm | Permalink

    @Farnham O’Reilly:

    It’s always uplifting to find someone else who understands something about the workings of the esoteric and occult. Thanks.

    \m/ <— Illuminati Hand Sign (having a bit of fun)

  57. Luca's Gravatar Luca
    March 29, 2012 - 12:44 am | Permalink

    @Trenchant:
    Relax, you did not upset me. I personally have no dog in this fight as I have zero Sicilian or southern Italian heritage. My fathers family is German and my mothers side is Northern Italian(Piedmont, Trentino Alto-Adige and Veneto). Its just that there is too much nonsense about this, particularly from Americans.
    Cheers

  58. Luke's Gravatar Luke
    March 29, 2012 - 8:51 am | Permalink

    @Aquilax: Trolls and moles are getting more and more careless, it seems.

    Let’s see now. What identifiable ethnic group of racial supremacists who are simmering with boiling hot, genocidal hatred for White European people and who’s #1 maniacal objective is to destroy all White European nations, using massive non-white, third world immigration as their weapon of mass white racial destruction – are screaming the loudest and trying the hardest to censor videos by David Duke, which are exposing their evil agenda?

    Klingons? Martians? Or, perhaps some other, more Earthly group of historical troublemakers?

  59. Aquilax's Gravatar Aquilax
    March 29, 2012 - 10:21 am | Permalink

    @Luke:

    Nah it’s not about trolling, it’s about attracting the mass towards our values and some of you are obviously out of touch with reality, it’s really sad. What do you think people will do when they see his videos? They’re gonna wonder “hey who is this guy, let me check on wikipedia”, and then everything goes downhill (former Grand Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, etc).

    Stop living like a hermit, yes it’s going to be hard to change people’s minds and we have a lot of obstacles but if the enemy did it, so can we.

  60. Bear's Gravatar Bear
    March 29, 2012 - 10:36 am | Permalink

    @Trenchant:

    I have heared it said that because the the expense of mounting endless defenses against the marxist style judicial activism only an ultra rich man such as Berlosconi has the means to defend himself.

  61. Heather Blue's Gravatar Heather Blue
    March 29, 2012 - 11:20 am | Permalink

    If David Duke keeps on with his videos (lectures) his face may become so familiar to people the stigma the Jews invented against him won’t matter, anymore.

    You can be sure of one thing….when the Jews start a campaign of character assassination against a man’s honor that man is doing something RIGHT.

  62. Franklin Ryckaert's Gravatar Franklin Ryckaert
    March 29, 2012 - 12:06 pm | Permalink

    @Aquilax:
    David Duke’s videos are so good, they are featured on many websites of the alternative press, even those that are not WN at all (such as What Really Happened, or The Ugly Truth). Given the fact that more and more people are leaving the MSM for the alternative press on the Web, we shouldn’t worry too much about the crowd that still is being hypnotized by its Jewish masters. People who still believe uncritically in Wikipedia will also still believe in the MSM anyway.

    We shouldn’t come to them (on their terms), they should come to us. And that is increasingly happening.

  63. Disgruntled Student's Gravatar Disgruntled Student
    March 29, 2012 - 3:05 pm | Permalink

    @Luca — Do you have some South in you? I’m a De Luca and my family is from Naples ;)

    The funniest arguments that occur on the WN fronts are in regards to Italian heritage. Whether or not we are European or even White, whether or not the North is somehow more ‘pure’ then the south, etc…

    But the biggest issue when talking about it is probably the division of Italy, as interpreted by individuals vs. that of the Istituto Nazionale di Statistica. Sicily and Sardinia are not considered ‘Southern’, but ‘Insular’ provinces, while the ‘South’ is considered everything from Abruzzo down, with the ‘North’ being from Rome up to the Austrian border.
    The Insular provinces are, admittedly, bizarre. They are… Different. They don’t have the same kind of morale as mainland Italians. A good example of that would be their Mafia, cosa nostra. They are the violent, thuggish brutes you hear about in the media and in Hollywood movies. Mainland Italian mafias like Calabria and Ndrangheta mainly concern themselves with stupid things like poultry, while the Cosa Nostra has international drug and prostitution rings they run with the Nigerians. Sicilians have always been more inclined towards crime and violence. Everything from the way they look, to way they make their pasta is different. Unfortunately, they are also the reason why statistics regarding Southern Italian genetics and IQ have been swayed towards being lower then our Northern brothers.
    North and South [Mainland] Italy each have their strengths and weaknesses. For the North, they were blessed with good land, good rivers and lots of Roman leftovers. The South wasn’t so lucky. We have lots of volcanoes [yay?], infertile land, few ports, and the fruit and vegetables that do grow are ridiculously difficult to eat [turnips, lemons, beets]. As a result, Southerners tend to have to work much harder then Northerners just to survive, and completing school is discouraged for children from rural backgrounds [which still make up a good portion of Southern Families], so that they can start working early on in their lives.
    That being said, even a slightly lower IQ then the North really doesn’t mean much as far as I am concerned [and there are quite a few 'Nordic' countries that are significantly lower then Italy on the IQ averages], really, the value of a European nation is what it has contributed to Europe. And there is no debate in the vast contributions we Italians [both North and South] have given.

    ~Anna

  64. Luca's Gravatar Luca
    March 30, 2012 - 12:36 am | Permalink

    @Disgruntled Student:

    Hi Anna,
    No, I do not have Southern Italian blood, Luca is my first name. My fathers people came from Germany and my mothers side is from the North(Piedmont, Trentino Alto-Adige and Veneto).
    I think you are quite mistaken regarding the mainland Italian Mafias. The ruthless Calabrian ‘Ndrangheta is considered by some experts to be the top crime syndicate in Italy today. The Neapolitan Camorra is quite sophisticated too. Have you seen the movie Gomorrah based on Savianos book about the Camorra?
    It’s a fact that all major Italian criminal organizations originated in the South(‘Ndrangheta, Cosa Nostra, Camorra, Sacra Corona Unita). I don’t know the reason, poverty alone cannot explain it. Veneto was quite poor in the 19th Century for example.
    As for the IQ differences between North and South, they do exist but Prof. Lynn clearly exagerates it. His explanation that this could be from non-European admixture does NOT stand up to scrutiny. Non European admixture in the South is negligible, even in Sicily. A lot of people get this idea that the slaves during Roman times had a deep impact in the makeup of southern Italians. New research shows this to be false. And anyway probably the majority of slaves in Italy came from other parts of Europe and included many Celts and Germans.
    You are quite right about these WN sites discussing Italians. They are generally Americans and very ignorant of the facts. Generally, in my experience, they seem to consider the North as European, even Germanic, and the South a bunch of Arabs. But that kind of prejudice exists even in Italy. When I was a kid in the 90s and Napoli won the A series in Italy the fans from the North were chanting that they were Africans or something. Remember that?
    Take care.

  65. rosa's Gravatar rosa
    March 30, 2012 - 10:14 am | Permalink

    Fini is no more a neofasisct, but could better be called a neoconservative.He’s the chief of a new party, Futuro e Liberta’, Future and Liberty, centre-centreleft, moving leftward. BTW, can you proviede a link between Soros and the Centre you talked ? Thank you

  66. monte's Gravatar monte
    March 30, 2012 - 10:58 am | Permalink

    rosa
    do you mean the “european council on foreign relations”? SOROS is the boss and pays its members lavishly. Just look it up.

  67. rosa's Gravatar rosa
    March 30, 2012 - 3:13 pm | Permalink

    Thank you,Monte. I didn’t scroll the whole list.
    How intersting to become aware of something important about one’s own country reading a foreing blog !

  68. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    March 31, 2012 - 10:16 pm | Permalink

    @Bear:
    Yeah, it’s true that le toghe rosse (leftist, activist magistrates) have been relentless in their pursuit of S.B. – unable to gain power through the ballot-box, the judicial route was the most attractive way to de-fang him.

    That said, however, Berlusconi’s Mediaset competing with RAI, the public broadcaster, did throw up a gargantuan conflict of interest.

    S.B.’s initial entry into politics was more about saving Mediaset’s licences and his personal legal situation than saving Italy, that disastrous Garibaldian project (which from my anarchist perspective, shouldn’t, and won’t be saved, at least in its present form).

    In short, I like S.B. public persona, but to present him as a saviour of Italy or the Italians or in any way hostile to the neo-con agenda is not accurate.

  69. Trenchant's Gravatar Trenchant
    March 31, 2012 - 10:33 pm | Permalink

    @Luca:The strong and extended family of the south versus the more nuclear variant of the north must be part of the reason for what you say on the geographic differences in criminal organization, which with I agree. Blood ties make penetrating the southern crime syndicates very difficult, except at the manovalanza level.

  70. Joe Webb's Gravatar Joe Webb
    April 1, 2012 - 12:52 am | Permalink

    Coming away from this article I now know less than when I started. Clogged traffic lanes with trucks hauling merchandise is bad I see. Better empty lanes and economic malaise.

    Berlesconi is not a consorter with whores? He is not a flamboyant hustler, political, business, etc? What has he done for White Italians against the gypsies, and blacks and arabs? Is he connected with the Northern League? What has he done to get Italians to pay their taxes?

    bad article. Joe

  71. Jarvis Dingle-Daden's Gravatar Jarvis Dingle-Daden
    April 1, 2012 - 8:40 pm | Permalink

    After certain individuals had started to lose patience with his, shall we say, outspokenness, Roberto Saviano was forced to skip not just his hometown but the country altogether.
    ‘Ndrangheta is different from other known organized crime outfits in that only blood relations are admitted and/or strangers who must literally be married into it. Such intentionally designed structure renders it very hard for law enforcement to penetrate.
    Unlike the notorious Cosa Nostra (read: mafia) with its vertical integration that is, relatively speaking, easier to decapitate and scatter.
    Much like in Russia, the double-edged sword of economic backwardness and top-to-bottom corruptibility of virtually all branches of local government is what makes Italian organized crime so difficult to bring to a heel.
    Speaking of radical solutions, marshal Zhukov who after WWII fell out of favor with Uncle Joe and consequently was banished to the Odessa military district (area rightfully referred to as Tel-Aviv-on-the-Black-Sea) reportedly tackled the problem of runaway crime that bedeviled the city by ordering all known local ‘toughs’ be rounded up, trucked out of town and shot into a ditch.
    It actually – gasp – worked.

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