Thursday, March 7, 2013

Fading Constructs, Fear of the Unknown, Disinfo
and Junk Yard Dogs

A Fascinating Skype Chat w/the OPPT Trustees, Chris Hales & KP

I found this dialogue to be well worth sharing, as it provides an inside look into the OPPT and the purpose it has ALREADY served. 

OPPT was/is a tool "that people could and would connect with what they felt it represented...truth."

Note: The words inside parentheses (.....) represent emoticons...which we use A LOT on Skype! Makes communicating more FUN! 

I hope you all enjoy this exchange as much as I did. 

~ Brian

Italic red comments are from AK.

Chris Hales
‎‎10‎:‎24‎ ‎PM

Caleb - what was the reason for taking up the 1776 public trust and reshaping it rather than starting a new trust?

Caleb Skinner
‎10‎:‎28‎ ‎PM

Interesting question

‎10‎:‎29‎ ‎PM
I think it's because when it was re-awoken [the fact that] the purpose behind that gesture [the trust] was [a sort of] kingship
[rule over others - which is ending -AK]

I really don't think that its needed anymore or that it ever was needed

Randall Hillner
‎10‎:‎30‎ ‎PM
standing in the truth, Caleb


Caleb Skinner
‎10‎:‎31‎ ‎PM 
People have the right to their labor with or without the trust

The question still begs an answer either way

Randall Hillner
‎10‎:‎32‎ ‎PM
the trust holds the space...

Chris Hales
‎10‎:‎35‎ ‎PM
and it held that space for several hundred years ... an emotional trigger for many ... as well even though the politics around the constitution are very muddy [the USA was always run as a trust, often put directly in our faces as "the business of America is business" -AK]

My original take on it was that people could and would connect with what they felt it represented...truth?

Caleb Skinner
‎10‎:‎36‎ ‎PM
Yep. But everything has a point of completion. I believe that we have now past that point in regards to the trust. People have to rule and govern themselves

New Method of Creating Energy Through Water Osmosis Discovered

New Method of Creating Energy Through Water Osmosis Discovered
By JG Vibes
March 6, 2013

Every few weeks now there is a new discovery that gives us a glimpse into what the future of energy could look like if governments and oil cartels would just get out of the way and let human beings create.  In the past few months we have seen battery chargers that harvest electricity from thin air,  converting waste heat to energy, and a group of children in Africa win an international invention fair by creating an electricity generator that was powered by urine.

The newest energy breakthrough was revealed last week when a group of French scientists announced that they had discovered a new process for creating energy through water osmosis that actually may be able to harness enough energy to reach a desirable power yield.

Scitechdaily Explained this revolutionary new process in a recent article:
Using boron nitride nanotubes, researchers have discovered a new method for harnessing energy from the salinity difference between fresh water and salt water.

Former Pakistan Finance Minister Abdul Hafeez Shaikh Resigned as a Member of Senate

Abdul Hafeez Shaikh resigns from senate seat

March 07, 2013 - Updated 1735 PKT

ISLAMABAD: Former Finance Minister Abdul Hafeez Shaikh resigned as a member of senate which was immediately accepted, Geo News reported.

Election Commission of Pakistan (EC) scheduled election on his seat on March 14.

Chairman Senate Nayyar Bukhari's office received the resignation which was immediately accepted.

Abdul Hafeez mentioned personal issues as a reason of his resignation.

Election commission has called by-polls on Abdul Hafeez seat on March 14. Polling will be conducted in Sindh Assembly's hall.

Brian Kelly & Seraph Interviewed on Freedomizer Radio/Gadsen Rising

Brian Kelly & Seraph Interviewed on Freedomizer Radio/Gadsen Rising

Important Note: When the archive for this video was sent, it was combined with the show "Eccentric" which aired right before ours. We come in at about the 1 hour 33 min mark (1:33). 

~ Brian

Palestinian Finance Minister Resigns Amid Cash Crisis

Palestinian Minister of Finance Nabil Qassis is shown resigning while Prime Minister Salam
Fayyad’s hands are folded next to an empty safe in this editorial cartoon published March 3, 2013.
 (photo by Khalil Abu Arafeh/Al Quds/@khalilabuarafe)

Palestinian Finance Minister Resigns Amid Cash Crisis
Minister of Finance Nabil Qassis found himself cornered and unable to deliver proposed reforms to address the Palestinian Authority’s financial crisis, writes Daoud Kuttab.

By: Daoud Kuttab for Al-Monitor Palestine Pulse. Posted on March 4.

Belgian Finance Minister Quits Over Banking Dispute

Steven Vanackere

Belgian finance minister quits over banking dispute

By Robert-Jan Bartunek and Ben Deighton

BRUSSELS, March 5 (Reuters) - Belgium's finance minister resigned on Tuesday and his party hurriedly appointed a lawyer and university professor to succeed him ahead of imminent talks on further austerity savings.

Five Billion Dollars and No One to Hate

We are faced with freedom, looking at our liberation and walking though the door to Oneness.  As with any new endeavor, this one will have to be practiced in order to be perfected.

Millions left without money as RBS systems crash

Millions left without money as RBS systems crash
Up to 17.5 million RBS banking group customers were left without their money last night as the bank’s systems crashed.

By Hayley Dixon12:03AM GMT 07

The group, which owns Royal Bank of Scotland, NatWest and the Bank of Ulster, apologised to its customers amid reports that they were unable to access their accounts or withdraw money.
The crash comes just months after a computer meltdown that left millions of customers unable to withdraw cash.

People claimed that they had been left stranded, hungry and embarrassed as they were unable to access their own money and had their cards declined.

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