Thursday, January 21, 2010

Fears of Cyberwar from China; A Marshall Plan for Haiti

A Marshall Plan for Haiti

Gee, didn't I use that exact term a few days ago? Didn't I say it would take a Marshall Plan? Disaster Capitalism. It is more profitable to kill people and take lives than it is to save them. Forget the rhetoric folks. Lay preconceptions aside and just see what's happening here. Perhaps the newcomers, after reading the Marshall Plan story should go back and read one of my best essays ever... It's called Globalcorp.

Here's the Haiti story:
Here's Globalcorp:

And here's a quote from Globalcorp:

"As the human race blows itself into extinction, or destroys the climate, or starves itself to death, the last corporate merger and acquisition will take place. And at the same moment as mankind dies, the CFO of "GlobalCorp" will be shouting, 'Hooray! We did it!'"

From Jenna Orkin

Fears of a cyberwar from China
Clinton says cyber attacks merit "consequences"
China economy soars
Roubini to China: Tighten
China Losing to U.S. as Investment Choice on Bubble Concern in Global Poll
The ticking time bomb of US debt
Ron Paul: After CIA Coup, Agency Runs the Military
The Big Question: Is Nigeria teetering on the brink of a major crisis?
The tree-lined bunkers that could change the face of the Middle East
Robert Fisk: The border looks peaceful, but Hizbollah and Israel are preparing for war.
Wars Less Deadly Than They Used to Be, Report Says - ABC News
What they mean is: When you die, you're less dead
Up to 10 percent of Iraqis disabled by war, sanctions
Feds Mislabeled Christmas Bombing Suspect
Gates in Pakistan seeking action on Afghan Taliban
UN Report Claims Bribes Equal to Quarter of GDP ‎(Afghanistan)

How to Deal With the Coming Economic Crisis
Recovery at risk of losing steam
FDIC geared up for busy year of bank failures
The 2010 default risk hitlist
Congress Curbing Fed Undermining Confidence in U.S. Economy in Global Poll
Buffett predicts unease will dampen recovery
Newsweek: Is taxing big banks unconstitutional
Prices of bananas and tea soar
Jobless Claims in U.S. Unexpectedly Rise Amid Holiday Applications Backlog
New jobless claims rise unexpectedly
White House Seeks Debt Limit Increase
Thousands face £2,000 rise in mortgage bills
Fall in unemployment rate masks 'hidden jobless' - UK
Interactive: Obama's plunging approval ratings
Hedge Funds Hold $77 Billion of Cash `Hostage' After Best Year in a Decade
Student loan demand at record high
Davos 2010
Escalating Pension Crisis Will Bankrupt San Diego
To Create Jobs, Build Public Transit, Not Highways
Big Banks Accused of Short Sale Fraud

Pentagon’s Social Network Becomes Hub for Haiti Relief

"On Monday, Jean Demay, DISA's technical manager for the agency's Transnational Information Sharing Cooperation project, happened to be at the headquarters of the U.S. Southern Command in Miami preparing for a test of the system in a scenario that involved providing relief to Haiti in the wake of a hurricane. After the earthquake hit on Tuesday, Demay said SOUTHCOM decided to go live with the system.">

"Earthquakes: Risk, Detection, Warning, and Research,"- Congressional Research Service
Earthquake Risks in US
Equipment needed to save lives was here – then sent away
Amputation patients get only Motrin
Ah, progress.
Matt Taibbi: Translating David Brooks on Haiti (from Vantage Point)

Bee decline linked to falling biodiversity (from Rice Farmer)
U.S. moves to halt snake ‘invasion’
Residents told to flee California storm
Britain waves farewell to foreign radioactive waste


Olive & Orange said...

Hi agian,

The oil wells in Haiti might be old but Cuba is just around the corner...

Paul said...

Pakistanis Furious as Power Shortages Grip Nation


“We were already facing the brunt of suicide attacks and bomb explosions and now the government has dropped the bombs of power cuts and natural gas load shedding," said Fazal Karim, an auto rickshaw mechanic.


I read this - and other articles about Haiti - in my warm house after eating a nutritious and very tasty meal with a glass of wine with my family around me.....

As agape wins says “We none of us deserve the comfort we enjoy; Peace,Namaste,Amae.”

Nothing is permanent. Not the relative luxury of my western lifestyle. And (I hope) not the suffering of those who are without it....



gamedog - no offense taken mate!

RanD - glad you are still here after the recent storm. This place would be poorer without you, even if I must admit much of what you say flies over my head. But that is surely my failing, is it not?

businessman said...

I was hoping that once MCR got to rest and chill out a bit after completing his book, his movie, and flying around the country to promote his movie, that he'd want to begin posting in here frequently again. And I'm happy to see that he's back in action in here!

"Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!"

info said...

For another take on peak oil and the greater challenges facing mankind, see:

agape wins said...

So glad to see this activity, voices I haven't heard in AGGGES!
Andrea Muhrrteyn, glad to see your name in lights!
First class link!

gamedog said...Agape, is the difference in attitude you highlight not a result of a driven policy of social deprivation?

What? I do not recall the difference in attitude you question, or is it just the general tone of my posts? I will respond.

Potassium Iodide explained from the horses(CDC) mouth,
It's taken to save your LIFE, NOT TAKE IT.
You can find it at a Surplus store, or a Good Health food
Store; it's also taken for a Thyroid condition!

Quote; You should not use table salt as a substitute for KI. Unquote.

We are here to prepare people NOT Exterminate them!

For the ultimate Doom-Gloom listen to Mr Camping, he has time & date;
no escape, you do not have a choice/chance-just roll over!!

A sign at a local florist:
"Vision is the Art of seeing the invisible!"
It's also being able to understand what everyone else sees/is aware of-But ignores or denies. What tells a smart Rat to leave a sinking Ship?

There have been several posts from those who "Got the picture" & got right to work preparing, on their own, without a Teacher or Preacher.
Wherever you are is unique for any number of reasons, primary of
which is the people around you; do you agree/get along, will they assist you or fight you tooth and nail? Should/could you chuck it all, as some have, or is there a reason you feel/are forced to stay put.
Survival can be/should be a Community effort, you can not say show me/teach me; it has to be Help me/I'll Help you--We will both muddle through.
That is what Agape, evolved into Amae is about, sharing not HORDING!

There has always been a Remnant, with planning/sharing you can be part of it; even if you die your work will live on!
If you just try and hide, even if you make it through where do you see yourself?

Anonymous said...

I am listening to music that I love....the reason? Because I know it won't last.
Someday soon, we will be Haiti, I except that, so I will enjoy what I can when I can.

v said...

U.S. says wind could power 20% of eastern grid...

Russia to boost navy over U.S. missile plans...

US troop numbers surge in Haiti

Max Keiser on Haiti

Haiti: An Unwelcome Katrina Redux
by Cynthia McKinney

The Dutch people raised 41 million $ for Haiti yesterday in a telethon. The Government raised that figure to 83,4!!



RanD said...

Paul, Thanks for the high five. You're a prince of woman & man.

Trobadorem said...

Venezuelan leader, Hugo Chavez has reportedly said the Haiti earthquake was caused by a U.S. tectonic weapons test, also being dubbed The Earthquake Weapon.

RanD said...

agape wins, your adage: “We none of us deserve the comfort we enjoy; Peace,Namaste,Amae” indeed speaks a profound and humbling truth, one which both begs & demands that we who are advantaged use our gift to make it better for all.