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A is for Asymmetrical Mathematics.

by Pinche Tejano Mon Mar 30th, 2009 at 12:21:35 PM EST

A is for Asymmetrical Mathematics.

After decanting and reading countless volumes of financial papers, reports and outright lies, a simple conclusion can be drawn about the goals of the international banking elite.

It looks something like this:

They were selling people the hole as a whole of the complete system of triangles. The problem is that the hole obviously cannot exist.

It doesn't, of course, explained why in comments below.

Here's another example of what they were trying to do:

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The Monkey Fix Paradox

by Pinche Tejano Tue Mar 24th, 2009 at 12:57:58 PM EST

As suggested by Jerome a Paris, I am posting this out of comments into a diary.

The Chiquita Money and the Monkey Fix
- A Refugee Paradox

While most people fixate on the pay-off to narco-terrorist in Colombia, there is a huge humanitarian crisis that is a result of this type of hush money. While I applaud Colombia for keeping its nose clean lately, especially in respect to the wild times of the late 80s and early 90s, this issue is one that needs to be addressed.

Yes, paying off narcos is bad, thanks Chiquita Banana for validating them! But what is worse is that the narcos are pushing off indigenous people who have to flee their ancestral lands. The narcos do this to create new growing fields and labs to process their drugs. Case in point, the Wounaan, who live in northwestern Columbia.

One of the biggest crying shames about Colombia is that due to their past reputation they cannot take advantage of eco-tourism. Even once shady cities like Cali are relatively safe these days, though no one has told the tourism board. Colombia also has part of the last great frontier on earth, the Amazon.

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Replacing 'toxic' with 'fraudulent' for assets makes MSM hilarious to read.

by Pinche Tejano Mon Mar 23rd, 2009 at 04:45:19 PM EST

One of the funniest recent newspeak accomplishments of the mainstream media is the transfer of the word fraud for toxic. In a wave of pundit mantras and branding by powerful and important figures, certain assets behind this current bubble burst went from being fraudulent, which some are, to an esoteric meaning that people know to be bad, "toxic".

Once one accepts this as just another antic of the lexicon provided to us by the USA.MSM, the USA.MSM becomes extremely comical.

These were fraudulent assets, not "toxic", so let's call them that and read a little MSM, Time Magazine perhaps.

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