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SWIFT Boats, Prostitute Popes, and Sicilian Connections

Aryan Skynet reported in February on the disturbing confluence of military-industrial, NGO, and maritime profiteering contributing to the demographic discombobulation of Europe – specifically, through their facilitation of migrant transport to Italy from Libya. Now Gefira further details the situation with this updated information:

The first data available for the beginning of 2017 show that the business is booming even further: a 57% increase compared to the first months of 2016, which goes up to 81% for the whole winter period, while the percentage of those transported by the NGOs ships has gone from 5% to 40% of the total in 2016, which becomes more than half in the last months of the year. NGOs are de facto replacing smugglers in the Mediterranean.

Italian newspaper Il Giornale managed to infiltrate the smuggling business, confirming the active role of NGOs: smugglers receive 2600-3200 Dollars to organize the human shipping from Libya, Tunisia, Egypt and Syria; they board about 45 people on a ship that navigates only a few miles until the migrants are taken over by the “humanitarian missions”. For the smugglers little work and a lot of profit, while for the NGOs the personal gratification of having helped migrants have their dream of landing in Europe fulfilled. The Italian authorities are currently investigating the role of NGOs, as transporting people across borders without authorization, even without profit, may constitute an illegal act. The final numbers for 2016 reveal that 180’000 migrants set foot on Italian soil, with a rejection rate of 60, which, however, does not equate with repatriation. In February interim Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni signed an agreement with the Libyan authorities on managing the influx, however the activities of the NGOs are not under scrutiny in this agreement. Frontex and European Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos insist that repatriation of illegals should be accelerated, which is not to say that the goal of the European Commission is to stop the influx: they only want to transform the chaotic migration into an organized mass population transfer: in a March conference in Geneva, Switzerland, Avramopoulos himself admitted that the goal was to establish hotspots on the African shores from where migrants can go to seek a job and a future in Europe, and that the objective was to welcome up to 6 million people in the next few years to make up for the shrinking European population.

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Mission creeps: the Italian Navy today is preoccupied with the task of invading Italy.

A recent report that appeared in the German newspaper Die Welt further disclosed the real position of the European leadership: the deal struck between Chancellor Merkel, Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte and Turkish President Erdoğan over Syrian refugees included a previously secret clause about a yearly transfer of 150,000-300,000 of people who go by the name of refugees from Turkey to Europe.

The economic reasoning behind the “Open Borders” policy, as Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom defined it, is to provide cheap labor for European business and counteract the workforce scarcity resulting from the ageing population. Recent research, however, reveals that the logic is unfounded: with an ever increasing application of automation low skill jobs are disappearing. For example, a typical job done by low skill immigrants, the taxi driver, is now on the verge of extinction, facing competition from the Uber private transportation and in the near future self-driving cars. The mass migration plans of the European Commission seem therefore misguided and likely to result in millions of people from the third world permanently depending on the already over-burdened European welfare states. OECD [Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development] data confirm that in most countries, particularly those facing huge inflows of foreigners like France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands or Italy, unemployment among the foreigners is higher (almost twice or in a few cases even more) than the rate among the natives.

Gefira contributor Daniel Moscardi, a native of Tuscany, recently visited Vallombrosa – the tranquil place to the east of Florence where, as legend would have it, English poet John Milton is supposed to have written his Paradise Lost – only to find the spot infested with a swarm of sub-Saharans:

Welcome to the new Italy, where the replacement of the original population, once known as Italians, is in full swing. Only a few years ago this affirmation would have caused sarcastic disbelief, now it is the reality in front of our eyes.

It happened overnight (literally), during the winter, when over 100 “migrants” from Africa fresh from their landing in Sicily, were unloaded in this oasis of peace and tranquility. Now, you would think the location was chosen because the Benedictine monks were ready to open their doors as a sign of charity and compassion. Far from it.

In reality, and without any help from the monks, what was accomplished was business at its best: minimum effort for maximum profit.

Take a group of local entrepreneurs to take over an old, abandoned hotel near the monastery, one of those hotels that attracted travelers once upon a time. Restore it to make it (more or less) look again like a semi-decent hospice so that you can amass in it as many Africans as possible. Make as much as 25/35 euro a day per person, courtesy of the Italian taxpayers. Welcome to Italy’s fastest growing and most profitable business.

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Vallombrosa

The example of Vallombrosa is not an exception, rather the rule of what is happening in Italy, or what could otherwise be called “profitable invisibility”.

Until now local governments – especially the ones where elections are approaching – have been very careful in “disposing of” the migrants in secluded, peripheral areas, so that the locals would not notice their presence in their daily lives. Now, at an estimated rate of arrivals/replacements of over 250.000 a year it is going to be a (serious) problem to keep this “profitable invisibility”.

In fact, as migrants are not confined to their housing and are therefore free to move around, by whatever public transportation is available the hard-to-hide consequence is that a city like Florence resembles every day more and more an African suk, with a young African man outside every commercial establishment begging for money or trying to sell useless Chinese knickknacks.

If you talk to them, they will all tell you the same thing: they did not know that it was going to be “this bad”. They “were told” back in Nigeria, Ghana, Mali, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, and the list could continue, that “once here they had it made”. How? I asked, again, who told them these fairy-tales?

I couldn’t get a convincing answer, and I got the feeling I shouldn’t have asked that question. Considering that on average each migrant pays to get to Europe between 2.000 to 4.000 euro, that sum for most is seen as a lifetime investment that should ensure a better future not just for them but for their families back in Africa.

If you invest all your savings plus a potential future debt to arrive in the land of prosperity you are not going to plan on leaving that place anytime soon. After all, even if you are found as an illegal alien on Italian soil, all you will receive is a foglio di via (expulsion warrant) in which the Italian state authorities “summon” the illegal alien to leave Italian territory within – normally – a week or so. And after that the illegal alien is left free to go, so long, goodbye, till next time when he’s caught again perhaps as a result of a crime, and then he will be given another foglio di via, just to refresh his memory that he’s an illegal alien. By then, he knows he is dealing with a banana republic.

The refugees receive a daily allowance of 2.50 EUR as pocket money, but obviously they want more. They are not legally allowed to work – thanks to Italy’s mind-boggling bureaucratic system – but can participate as “unpaid volunteers” in social projects such as cleaning of parks, streets, and the like, but, given the fact that it is on a volunteer basis only, the “volunteers” are few and far between, and they certainly prefer to spend the day sitting around or begging for money so that at the end of the day they will have rounded up a few euros.

The only real possibility of work is “low paid” farm labor, and the average pay ranges between 2 to 4 EUR/hr, especially in the south. Young Italians, even if unemployed, are not interested in hard and tedious farm labour, or washing dishes in a restaurant. So the “migrants” come handy and useful for many potential employers who have at their disposal a virtual endless supply of next to slave labour.

Inevitably, due to these massive arrivals, Italy is under an unprecedented financial strain. Inevitably, those who are bound to suffer the most from this shift in resources are the growing numbers of Italians – now approaching the 5 million mark – who are rapidly declining into the official category of povertà assoluta or absolute poverty, as classified by ISTAT (the National Bureau of Statistics and Census) who would be willing and forced to accept even as little as a few euros per hour just to get by, except that a potential employer doesn’t even consider hiring an Italian for he knows that a legal employee could easily report an unlawful working condition, therefore potentially exposing the employer to heavy fines.

The millions of Italians – especially elders with no families – who have ended up in this category have little or no help from the state, especially when it comes to housing and specific medical care such as dental care. If you are a single adult with no children, chances of getting subsidized housing are next to zero. And that has a quite simple explanation: all the available subsidized housing goes to families with children, and most of them are foreigners with an average of 2/3 children.

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Finally, it is Mother Nature who knows no morals, at least not as humans conceive them, and Nature always wants its toll. Just like in the animal world the invasion of alien species in a new environment often causes a severe reduction – or extinction – of native species, in human societies the massive and sudden moving of people from one continent to the other causes – inevitably – infectious diseases to reappear where they were eradicated or increase dramatically, and of course unexpectedly.

Tuscany sets a perfect example. Traditionally friendly […] Tuscany has been welcoming sub-Saharan Africans for at least a couple of decades by now, and Tuscany now stands apart in Italy for a dramatic rise in meningitis cases.

Once again, the local government of Tuscany carefully and skillfully plays down the numbers, avoiding – God forbid if Mass Tourism hears about this – the word “epidemic”, but the numbers are out there and are becoming hard to hide.

Of course, the consequential negative effects for local populations facing what is hard to disguise as “humanitarian crisis”, but in reality a planned forced replacement of Europeans, was taken into account when all this was carefully planned by the “movers and shakers behind the curtains”. Nothing could be left to chance.

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Gaddafi clasps hands with Silvio Berlusconi. Both would be out of the picture by the end of 2011.

It is at this point that Moscardi comes to the more conjectural but also more fascinating portion of his Gefira article:

Silvio Berlusconi may have been ultimately unfit to lead Italy, but he had some points to his favour, one of them his personal friendship with Muammar Qaddafi. Thanks to that friendship, and as long as Qaddafi was in power, Libya had not become a major jumping point for Italy for sub-Saharan Africans. In 2011, in a matter of months, both leaders are out of the picture, one resigns and one is dead. Libya plunges into a civil war, and chaos in the country is the result, with no recognized central authority any more.

Two years later, in October 2013, one of the things that you would have certainly called “impossible” to happen in life actually does happen: the Pope resigns from his post. In his resignation statement delivered in Latin he calls himself physically overwhelmed thus unfit to lead the Catholic Church. So long, goodbye.

Of course, it is just one of those weird coincidences, but the Vatican State had been cut off for days prior to Pope Benedict’s resignation from all international banking transactions via SWIFT [the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication], just like other evil nations such as Iran and North Korea. Within hours of Benedict XVI’s departure from the Vatican, bound for the residence of Castel Gandolfo outside Rome, Vatican’s connections with SWIFT are reestablished and all banking transactions are possible again. Talk about providential timing.

A new and quite different Pope is elected by the cardinals, certainly, we like to believe, inspired by the Holy Ghost. A Pope that soon, like a broken record, will remind – on a daily basis – Catholics worldwide, but especially Italians that “migrants are not just welcome, they are absolutely welcome”. Now, for a devout Catholic, that must be accepted, and cannot be questioned, even if you have (many) doubts, deep down in your conscience: after all, a Pope is always right, and we, as Catholics, must obey.

Until 2013 the numbers of arrivals from Africa are high, but always below 50.000 a year. 2014 marks the first year of biblical numbers, with over 170.000 arrivals, mostly from sub-Saharan Africans. Since then, the numbers are rising and 2017 is due to pass the 200.000 mark. Never mind that Italy is – literally – running out of places to hold – and feed – these masses. The Pope for many Italians remains the ultimate voice of truth so if THEY come, we must welcome THEM.

Global Research commentator Michel Chossudovsky, as Aryan Skynet readers may remember, has, with justification, dubbed Jorge Bergoglio “Washington’s Pope”. SWIFT, meanwhile, has long been a weapon of U.S. foreign policy – prompting Chinese and Russian initiatives to establish their own interbank cooperation alternatives to SWIFT. Otherwise, “the U.S. can hold Russia or any other economy hostage by suddenly excluding it from the SWIFT payments clearing system,” economist Michael Hudson explained in an interview last year. “Their banks, individuals and corporations can’t clear any money. So they’re paralyzed. The U.S. will have smashed their economic linkages and communications.”

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SWIFT is, in the words of journalist Maurizio Blondet, “the most occult and sole center of American-globalist financial power, a bastion of blackmail on which the hegemony of the dollar, the most powerful means of political and economic espionage (to the detriment especially for us Europeans) and the means by which the most feared global finance breaks the legs of states that do not obey.” Curiously, while SWIFT appears to be quite capable of clamping down on the financial transactions of the Vatican or North Korea, it has yet to do the same with the banks in territories controlled by ISIS. “It has emerged that the EU could effectively prevent the flow of money to the Islamic State, but little has happened so far,” Globalo reports, quoting a European Union official to the effect that efforts to halt the Islamic State’s financial transactions are encountering “a lot of trouble”.

“History repeats itself. At least in Sicily,” Moscardi continues.

In January, 1943 the Casablanca conference in Morocco attended by Churchill and Roosevelt proved to be a turning point of the war. No longer on the defensive, with the Axis forces of Italy and Germany driven out of Africa, Churchill was anxious to attack Hitler’s “fortress Europe” through its “soft underbelly” as he called Italy. And so Operation Husky was decided. The allied forces landed in Sicily in July 1943, which led, in a matter of weeks, to the fall of Mussolini and the surrender of Italy in September, with the country effectively divided in two until the end of the war in April 1945.

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Benito Mussolini was an enemy of the Sicilian Mafia.

As with any carefully prepared military invasion, reliable domestic contacts providing eyes and ears on the ground were essential. Rather than relying on virtually non-existent “resistance groups” like it was going to be the following year for the landing in Normandy, the US and Britain knew they were to take advantage of a different – yet formidable – power: the Mafia. 

A number of US intelligence agencies had already been in contact during the war with the New York “underworld” essentially in order to protect the port of New York from highly possible acts of sabotage especially by the Germans.

As Operation Husky received the green light, all possible useful contacts in Sicily were recruited by US intelligence agencies, but the key figure was by no doubt top Mafia mobster Lucky Luciano. Serving a 30 to 50 year sentence in a NY correctional facility since 1936, Luciano provided the US Navy with many Sicilian contacts which proved to be extremely useful in aiding allied forces to establish a secure foothold in Sicily. The all-too-obvious consequence was that the Mafia, on the run since Mussolini’s arrival, was back in power, and it was there to stay.

It must be admitted that Sicily provides an outstanding presence in the Italian government. In January, 2015, the first Sicilian President of Italy, Sergio Mattarella, is elected by the parliament. At that point Sicilians hold the top 3 positions in the Italian government: The President, the President of the Senate (Pietro Grasso, a former prosecutor), and the essential Minister of Interior Angelino Alfano. It needs to be reminded that while the former two are honorific figures and are no decision makers, the Ministry of the Interior is the direct supervisor and coordinator of the whole immigration affaire.

This list would not at all be complete without the President of the Chamber of Deputies, Laura Boldrini (Although not Sicilian, she is from the Marche region in Central Italy). Before being elected to this post in 2013 (the third in importance in the government) she worked – according to her biography – between 1998 and 2012 for UNHCR, playing there prominent roles. In her whole career, professional and political, she has made no mystery on whose side she is, and that side is certainly NOT the average Italians who live from paycheck to paycheck (provided they have one), despite the fact that Italian taxpayers reward her with over 100.000 euro a year for her position. Born into an affluent family, she never really had to worry about making ends meet, devoting her whole life to the underprivileged, as long as they are NOT Italians. We could call her expertise on this whole matter just like the cherry on the cake, or, better stated, the right person in the right place at the right time.

Getting back to Sicily, and speaking of affari (Italian for business), immigration – biblical or not – has been a fantastic, unprecedented affare for Sicily as untold billions of euros have kept a steady flow to the island. Sicily has Europe’s biggest migrant reception center, the C.A.R.A. (Centro Accoglienza Richiedenti Asilo), located in Mineo near Catania where many “irregularities” were found out by local prosecutors, leading to the indictment of at least 17 people including a high level politician of the same political party as Angelino Alfano, (NCD) One of the whistle-blowers of the many “irregularities” that were the norm at the C.A.R.A. in Mineo is a middle level police officer from Rome, Daniele Contucci. Contucci has worked for years “in prima linea”, as he states, being among the first ones to receive – and interview – migrants just unloaded on Sicilian shores after having been rescued at sea.

When asked if there’s any hope this biblical invasion will slow down any time soon, Contucci is highly skeptic. “Not as long as there’s so much money involved. The profits to be made are just staggering, by far surpassing any other illegal activity”, he says. He admits that – perhaps a bit naively – he thought he could find help and draw attention to his cause from politicians that rewarded him with lots of shoulder patting and praises but no concrete action of any sort, regardless of the political orientation, leaving him “highly convinced” that despite all the official claims and drama, no party in Italy is willing to do anything serious about this. “It’s the money. There’s simply too much money involved. It’s the kind of money that can buy any politician.”

Last, but by all means not least, the traghettatori, Italian for ferrymen. Just like Operation Husky, this biblical task could not be accomplished without a fleet – or a flotilla – of well-equipped, well-paid, well-maintained vessels. Of course, they are all humanitarian organizations, and they devote all their lives and their (huge) resources to the safe transporting of migrants to the all-too-willing and cooperating (or – shall we say – receiving orders from above?) the Marina Militare, or the Italian Navy. One tiny detail: if you want to take “part in the action” as a volunteer, and become a crew member on one of the NGO’s vessels, get ready for a good series of vaccination shots as a mandatory condition to be taken on board. As the saying goes: better be safe than sorry.

Now, the Italian Ministry of Public Health wants “everybody” to get vaccinated in Italy, and that – soon – is probably not going to be an option, especially for schoolchildren. Profitable businesses often go hand in hand. You start with immigration, and you end up with vaccination. It must be the Law of Attraction.

This monumental endeavour of changing Italy’s demographics has found its admirers. One gentleman in particular is willing to open his wallet and shower this gracious flotilla with the insignificant gift of 500 million euro. We wonder what may be behind all this generosity. Perhaps, as the man wants to be remembered by future generations of dark skinned Italians, as he is getting a little aged and has little time left, he wants to push the final population replacement of Italy to the fullest.

Back in 1943 they were called GI’s. In 2017 they will be called GSB’s (George Soros Boys). Welcome, boys, to your future home. The Banana Republic of Italy.

Rainer Chlodwig von K.

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41 comments on “SWIFT Boats, Prostitute Popes, and Sicilian Connections

  1. icareviews
    April 6, 2017

    Reblogged this on icareviews.

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  2. guest
    April 6, 2017

    The cheap labor argument is as false as the oil argument was:

    “Italian youth unemployment broke a new record today, hitting the eye-watering level of 44.2% in June’s figures. That’s despite the fact the eurozone is clearly now recovering (slowly) from years of recession and stagnation. Only two European countries have higher youth unemployment than Italy.”

    That’s from 2015, when the migration wave began.

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    • bob saffron
      April 7, 2017

      With respect, the argument is true. No native Italian is going to pick tomatoes under the cruel Caserta sun for €1/hour. It hasn’t happened and won’t happen for the immediate future. That role has been filled by illegal immigrants for many, many decades. No taxes, no social security payments, no sickness benefits, no lawsuits and no industrial relations problems. Local mafia complicity as well as the NWO merchants in Rome.

      Also, due to the large informal economy (especially down south), the official unemployment figures are unrealistically high. OK, they’re still atrociously high, but many young native Italians find work in the cash economy. The State has erected high barriers against employing young people and employers are very wary of getting stung. Unfair dismissal lawsuits can be disastrous for small business owners (and Italy is a nation of small, primarily family businesses). Whatever the merits of your case, if you end up in court, it’s going to drag on for years and sap your energy and resources.

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      • icareviews
        April 7, 2017

        Shaft in Africa, which was made in the early 70s, concerned gangsters smuggling of African illegals to Paris to serve as cheap “slave” labor. I can only assume there were elements of truth in it.

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      • bob saffron
        April 7, 2017

        Canned Nigerian (Moroccan, Tunisian, Ghanian…) sweat. Cheap and very tasty with a touch of oregano or basil for your salsa.

        Here we observe a couple of young Italians getting their hands dirty for the man:

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      • guest
        April 7, 2017

        It’s true if you mean slave labor, not labor labor like it’s understood.
        (this hoity-toity Italian youth which expects at least minimum wage)

        There is no labor shortage, but there is a slave shortage.

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      • bob saffron
        April 7, 2017

        There’s no shortage of foreign, mainly African, desperados willing to live in sub-human hovels and work the fields for a pittance. Minimum wage hurts only young, unskilled, native Italians. Illegals and their employers, obviously, don’t have to worry about costly regulations and pay whatever the going rate is.

        Obviously immigration is a factor in youth unemployment, but nowhere near the only contributor. Since university education is effectively free in Italy there is a vast supply of over-educated native Italians, especially the young, with very, very high expectations of what the world owes them. My doctorate in Comparative LIterature should guarantee me a cushy academic or public sector job! Try find a young native willing to get their hands dirty doing a trade like plumbing, and I’ll give you a Pole instead. Far worse than the US (where course cost tends to focus the mind and limit supply), Italy has an education bubble of gigantic proportions.

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      • icareviews
        April 7, 2017

        I think it’s much the same here. Most college coursework, particularly in the humanities and social sciences, is worthless, and has to be dumbed down besides in order to accommodate all of the barely literate diversityites now encouraged to attend “college”. A lot of colleges just seem to exist to facilitate party cultures and sports programs – and debt, of course.

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      • Sam J.
        April 8, 2017

        There was a farmer in the US that raised his pay quite a bit and he got lots of people to pick whatever it was. I don’t care what it cost. I’ll be fine with high tariffs to keep him in business but no immigrants or illegals. He can still make money. What is the cost of labor on a farm. I bet the picking part is no where near the highest cost item.

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      • bob saffron
        April 8, 2017

        Sam, people just won’t pay more for your white-man-picked fruit, which might cost two or three times the illegal-picked version. Manpower is the largest input in the product. Besides, if you started to advertise the product along racial lines you don’t think the SPLC, ADL, and a gaggle of government agencies wouldn’t go after you. Maybe the Agricultural Dept. would want to ramp up its checks, etc.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 9, 2017

        “Sam, people just won’t pay more for your white-man-picked fruit, which might cost two or three times the illegal-picked version. ”

        That’s complete bullshit. Food has an inelastic demand. That “excuse” is nothing more than talking points to subsidize business. It’s completely against a free market as well. Why should farmers be subsidized by the society because they don’t want to pay market rates?

        If one farmer is raising prices due to high labor costs, another farmer mechanizes.

        It’s funny how quickly libertarians abandon a free market in the interests of mass immigration and cheap labor.

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      • icareviews
        April 9, 2017

        Let’s also not forget that the cost of immigrant labor isn’t reflected only in the immediate cost of the product. Also to be considered are the effect on unemployment numbers and the fact that immigrants tend to be net tax consumers due to dependency on welfare programs as well as the non-quantifiable cost in terms of the damage to social capital, civil stability, and the average standard of living.

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      • Sam J.
        April 8, 2017

        “…Sam, people just won’t pay more for your white-man-picked fruit…three times the cost”

        Show me where labor makes it three times the cost. Show me where labor is more than 10% of any mass produced product. You don’t understand the cost involved. The cost will be somewhat higher but not anywhere near prohibitively so. The cost will rapidly come down because if a computer can drive a car it can surely pick a tomato.

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  3. Sam J.
    April 6, 2017

    I find it hard to believe that there’s not some level of coordination in this invasion. How do these Africans get the money to do this? I’ve also read that Italy’s coast guard is off the coast of Libya and picks up the Groids and carries them all the way to Italy. Why? Who ordered them to do so?

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  4. bob saffron
    April 6, 2017

    Uncharacteristically for Aryan Skynet, there’s a typo:
    “Contucci is highly skeptic…”

    Delete after fixing!

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    • icareviews
      April 6, 2017

      That’s not a typo. It’s quoted verbatim. Occasionally I do correct mistakes in passages I quote, but I decided to retain the original flavor of the Italian writer’s English in this case. I did start to change his odd European numerical punctuation, but it was really late when I posted this last night and I was too tired to bother.

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      • bob saffron
        April 7, 2017

        I know it’s not yours. I thought you might [sic] it to signal your Aryan meticulousness.

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      • icareviews
        April 7, 2017

        I failed you, Bob. I won’t do it again.

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      • bob saffron
        April 7, 2017

        Now I’m feeling remorseful. I must show my ingroup more indulgence. Unser glorreicher Kampf transcends even punctuation.

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  5. Hipster Racist
    April 6, 2017

    This story reinforces my general anti-superstition, anti-“occult” and anti-“conspiracy theory” stance. (There are real conspiracies of course, and there is “conspiracy culture” which I’ve never been a part of.)

    When Pope Benedict resigned, I figured there was something nefarious about the whole thing. It was somewhat unprecedented. So I read about it – and it was mostly the typical stuff. Vatican insider baseball, the “Gay Mafia,” the Freemasons and/or the Illuminati, “the Jew,” Israel, the sex scandals, etc. etc.

    But I came across nothing (until years later) pointing out the very obvious fact that the Vatican was kicked out of SWIFT then immediately reinstated the day after Benedict resigned.

    Since I grew up Presbyterian I know that the One True God is money and that clerics – whether they be preachers, priests, or pastors – all worship the One True God above all else.

    Of course SWIFT received a lot of coverage due to its use against Iran, and Zero Hedge had an interesting story a while back about the massive laundering of gold to get around the sanctions. Remember all those stories about German ATMs dispensing grams of gold? The Libertopians all told us it was because hyperinflation was coming Any Day Now but the reality was it was a very clever scheme by various Middle Eastern powers to get around the various SWIFT restrictions. Worked like a charm, apparently, then when it was finished the ringleaders just disappeared with all the money leaving various “investors” holding the bag.

    There is always a straightforward explanation for human behavior and it always has to do with self-interest. Anytime anyone is trying to sell you something about religion, “spirituality,” hidden occult forces, and woo-woo of any kind – check your back pocket and make sure your wallet it still there.

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    • icareviews
      April 6, 2017

      Hipster Racist? Opposed to conspiracy theories? The guy who theorized that the Charleston massacre was a botched assassination attempt on Hillary Clinton?

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 6, 2017

        What does that have to do with “conspiracy culture?” Political assassinations are real, criminal conspiracies are real, provable things.

        “Conspiracy culture” deals with “bloodlines,” the “Illuminati,” “the government is covering up secret technology,” etc.

        Here’s one conspiracy I’ll endorse: “conspiracy culture” was invented by The CIA (TM) to associate theories about political conspiracies with woo-woo like UFOs and the Illuminati.

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      • icareviews
        April 6, 2017

        I was just referring to your avowal that you take an “anti-‘conspiracy theory’ stance”. Clearly, you’re not averse to the idea that parties privately conspire for mutual benefit.

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 7, 2017

        anti-“conspiracy theory” stance. (There are real conspiracies of course, and there is “conspiracy culture” which I’ve never been a part of.)

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      • Hipster Racist
        April 6, 2017

        But what I really want to know is how the hell you discovered Keith Green? I must assume you went looking for Larry Norman videos months ago when I mentioned him and found your way through that entire decade of Jesus Rock.

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      • icareviews
        April 6, 2017

        No, I was just looking for a cheesy video, preferably with a seventies honkyfro in it, and expressing the idea of disbelief and I serendipitously found “I Can’t Believe It”.

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    • bob saffron
      April 7, 2017

      I knew about the SWIFT move to oust Pope Benedict. From my admitedly scant knowledge of the matter, it seemed that his push against the Lavender Mafia within the Church displeased the Obama administration.
      http://novusordowatch.org/2013/02/underground-homo-network-in/

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    • guest
      April 7, 2017

      It’s all keep the problem going so the money keeps flowing.

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  7. Sam J.
    April 7, 2017

    Now Trump has us in a war with Syria. I was hoping he would not be the same old script. I have to assume he was lying the whole time. Maybe he wasn’t but it would be the way to bet. He can’t possibly believe Assad did the chemical weapons bit. Supposedly it’s a sin to despair but…I despair. If he were for real he has so many hooks to catch them with. Various pedo crimes. Sandyhook school is another. I just saw a video by Wolfgang Halbig that is interesting. He’s been steadily filing FOIA requests on all kinds of trivia that would prove the school wasn’t in use and he’s going to file civil suits to get people in court where they can’t lie without risking jail time. Trump could break this open in two weeks and show the press to be a huge pile of liars.

    This is a very dangerous time.

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    • bob saffron
      April 7, 2017

      This’ll cheer you up, ha ha.

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      • bob saffron
        April 7, 2017

        Oops, that was a fall in style. Try this one:

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      • bob saffron
        April 7, 2017

        Actually can you remove that one? It’s pretty gross.

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      • icareviews
        April 7, 2017

        I’m leaving it there. Let this be a lesson to you!

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      • bob saffron
        April 7, 2017

        The rap one, to be precise.

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      • bob saffron
        April 7, 2017

        I generally only post stuff I’m happy to get waterboarded for. But you’re probably right, I do plead guilty to watching it.

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  8. bob saffron
    April 7, 2017

    Just finished reading John Dickie’s Mafia Republic which – along with many other serious works – casts doubt on the accepted popular wisdom that Il Duce defeated the Mafia in Sicily. (A bit like the trains running punctually on his watch. Anyone would think that “Potëmkin village” was a Russian term, ha ha).

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