Thursday, December 3, 2015

Swedish Village Descends Into Open Warfare As Citizens Fight Back Against Muslim Invaders, Texas Doubles Down With 'Huge' Threat To Groups Attempting To Bring In Refugees





Swedish Village descends into Open Warfare as Citizens fight back against Muslim Invaders



“Community torn apart as arrival of migrants prompts running battles in streets,” By Nick Gutteridge, Express UK, November 29, 2015 (thanks to creeping):
A SMALL Swedish village has descended into open warfare after furious locals clashed with migrants in a chilling warning of the dangers associated with mass migration.
The growing chaos engulfing the once tranquil village of Tärnsjö has got so bad that the children of migrants now need a police escort just to get to school.

Meanwhile aid workers helping the refugees say they have been terrified by racist attacks which have left them too scared to leave their homes.
Councillor Michael Ohman said the problems have arisen because the 1,200 locals in Tärnsjö, 90 miles north of the capital Stockholm, never wanted the refugees to move in.

He said: “Racial tension has divided the village into two groups – those who support the immigrants and those who want them gone.
“There has been fighting between immigrants and the people living here.
“The village integration works badly because people don’t want immigrants in the village. This is no longer a happy community, it’s divided and is not a pleasant place to live.”
Sweden is at the heart of Europe’s migrant crisis, with 10,000 asylum seekers arriving in the sparsely populated Scandinavian country every week.
It has already reintroduced border controls to stem the flow, whilst the anti-immigrant Sweden Democrats have made significant gains in recent opinion polls.

In Tärnsjö outraged locals say the problems began when 20 refugee families arrive and were linked to a crime wave in the village, including throwing stones at residents’ cars.
Hate mobs organised on social media convened and struck back, attacking a block of flats which has been turned into a makeshift migrant centre.


This block of flats, where the refugees are being housed, has been attacked.
Some villagers now fear a more serious racially motivated incident could occur, such as an attack on migrant children at the local school.
Last month 21-year-old Anton Lundin Pettersson walked into a school in the Swedish city of Gothenburg wearing a helmet and a Star Wars mask and used a sword to kill two migrant students.
Villager Tobias Willhall said: “The immigrants have caused all kinds of trouble for us. I have friends whose storage spaces have been burgled by immigrants and bicycles have been stolen.







Adding the threat of consequences to their vocal opposition to the Obama administration’s Syrian refugee program, one Texas official is now promising to take state agencies to court or withhold their funding for assisting the federal effort.
Republican Gov. Greg Abbott was one of the many state leaders to cite safety concerns in speaking out against the plan to bring tens of thousands of Muslims to the U.S. over the next several years.
Given the tragic attacks in Paris,” he explained in a letter to Obama, “and the threats we have already seen, Texas cannot participate in any program that will result in Syrian refugees – any one of whom could be connected to terrorism – being resettled in Texas.”
He furthermore ordered the refugee resettlement arm of the state’s Health and Human Services Commission “to not participate in the resettlement of any Syrian refugees in the State of Texas.”
The head of that agency has backed up Abbott’s rhetoric with a stern warning to state agencies with a different outlook on the refugee issue.
Texas HHSC Commissioner Chris Traylor wrote in a recent letter to said agencies that if they “remain unwilling to cooperate with the state in this matter,” it may be deemed a violation of “federal law and your contract with the state.”
While the Lone Star State has a “proven record of providing humanitarian assistance to refugees fleeing persecution,” Traylor reiterated that his “foremost obligation is to keep citizens safe.”
That mandate, he explained, comes from Abbott, who “believes that accepting refugees from Syria is incompatible with an absolute commitment to the safety of Texans because the President has shown the Governor no willingness to improve the security screenings of refugees from Syria, despite the abundant evidence that the screenings are ineffective.”
Obstinate agencies, Traylor concluded, could have their state contracts terminated or face “other legal action.”







The first shot in the War on Cash?”
The headline caught our attention. We’d just finished researching and writing about the “Deep State” for the latest issue of our monthly publication, The Bill Bonner Letter.
This is something you’re likely to hear more about. The Deep State describes the way the U.S. government really works, rather than the way it’s supposed to work.
Over the years – hardly noticed by the press or the public – a group of insiders has taken control of Washington.

Originally the term “Deep State” was coined to describe various anti-democratic coalitions within the political system of Turkey (Turkish: derin devlet). In them meantime the term is widely used to describe all types of “state-within-the-state” type arrangements, the real power behind the throne, so to speak.

Some of them are familiar government hacks and politicians. Some, largely anonymous, are in the private sector. And some represent foreign governments, foreign businesses (notably banks), and foreign organizations.
These zombies and cronies – who number in the thousands – have much more power and authority than 100 million voters. Research shows that if they want legislation, they get it.
Voters, on the other hand, get what they want only rarely… and probably only because the insiders want the same thing. The insiders get the money, too. The tens of trillions of dollars diverted into boondoggle bailouts, QE, and ZIRP, for example – they had to go to someone.
And now the Deep State is setting itself up to get even more…

Dr. Matthew Partridge in our London office reports for Money Week magazine that a small Swiss bank has become the first retail bank in the world to charge customers negative interest on their deposits.
A number of central banks – including the Swiss National Bank – have already taken benchmark interest rates below zero. But, beginning next year, Alternative Bank Schweiz (ABS) will be the world’s first bank to pass those negative rates on to customers.

There are “cash deposits” and there is “cash.” Cash deposits are an oxymoron. If you say you have cash in the bank, you are mistaken. The bank doesn’t really hold “your” cash. It owes you money. If it goes broke, you’ll stand in line with other creditors to get it (subject to whatever guarantees may be in place… and however well they may work).

Cash in hand is different. It is physical. Paper. You can do what you want with it. And you don’t pay a negative interest rate. Which is why the feds want to ban cash. They say it will make it easier for them to stimulate the economy.

As long as you can hold physical cash, you have an easy way to escape negative interest rates: You just take the money out of the bank and put it in your home safe. But if physical cash is illegal, you have no choice. You have to keep “your money” on deposit at the bank… and take whatever negative rate the bank imposes on you.

Of course, the idea that taking away your money will stimulate economic growth is ridiculous. As former banker, hedge fund manager, and expert on the fiat money system Warren Mosler recently told Bonner & Partners Investor Network subscribers:

First, central bankers have got the interest rate thing backward. They think lowering rates will somehow stimulate the economy.

But negative interest rates are just a tax. You start off with a certain amount of money – say, $100. If the rate is negative 1%, then you have $99 at the end of a year.
Isn’t there some theory that says when people’s money goes away, and they have less, they spend less?”

If negative rates don’t really encourage spending, why bother? This brings us to the real danger of banning cash… and perhaps the real reason the feds want to do it – more control.
Reports William N. Griggs at The Free Thought Project under the headline “Drone Pilots have Bank Accounts and Credit Cards Frozen by Feds for Exposing U.S. Murder”:


“For having the courage to come forward and expose the drone program for the indiscriminate murder that it is, four vets are under attack from the government they once served.
The U.S. Government failed to deter them through threats of criminal prosecution, and clumsy attempts to intimidate their families. Now, four former Air Force drone operators-turned-whistleblowers have had their credit cards and bank accounts frozen, according to human rights attorney Jesselyn Radack.

‘My drone operators went public this week and now their credit cards and bank accounts are frozen,’ Radack lamented on her Twitter feed. This was done despite the fact that none of them has been charged with a criminal offense – but this is a trivial formality in the increasingly Sovietesque American National Security State.”


The four former drone pilots and whistle-blowers whose electronic financial life was simply erased as punishment for their audacity to inform the public about the murderous practices of the drone program. No court order or indictment was required – the State simply flipped a switch, depriving them of the means to defend themselves. Land of the Free, indeed.


If we are forced to keep our money in the bank... and cash is outlawed... the Deep State will have total economic control over us all.







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