CABAL CHECKMATE IS COMING [KEENAN]

Here’s the latest update from the Keenan Group…

NEIL KEENAN UPDATE: THE CABAL IS IN CHECK!!! CHECKMATE COMING!

Posted on February 3, 2014 by

As a very brief introduction, allow me to say that I am feel so honored that my Blog is the place where Neil Keenan is publishing this information today. 
Hugs to everyone!
~Jean
THE KEENAN TEAM – Video Highlights:

  • Chemtrails 2.0: they are now radioactive! Sons of bitches. Dr. Group counters, developing a compound that will protect us.
  • The Bio-Mat and VibesUP are doing wonders for Neil and he shares their medical marvels.
  • A marvel machine cures your unique health problems and any disease within six to eight weeks; and another machine will rejuvenate the body’s organs to their condition of 20 years ago.
  • A new worldwide server, Webinski, is now becoming available to circumvent NSA’s (Nazi Surveillance Agency’s) illegal, constitution-shredding spy tentacles into every imaginable aspect of our private lives.
  • IRS: We want our money back! Illegal IMF-controlled bastards! We’re coming after you.
  • Indonesian President Sukarno and President Kennedy were working together to dismantle the Federal Reserve. Sukarno sent Kennedy 1,700 metric tons of gold for his use in creating a new gold-backed US dollar. This was the primary reason the Cabal conspired to assassinate Kennedy. Shortly thereafter, a coup d’état removed Sukarno from political power, and he ended his days under house arrest.
  • The Dragon Family is financing a bank of the BRICS alliance. The Family will assist in financing a new government in the United States.
  • Keith Scott is up to his usual criminal con games. (A warning to all who would be deceived by Scott – do your due diligence so you don’t become ensnared by this Jabba the Hut.)
  • The Cabal is heating up conflict between the Japanese and China. Advice: Join forces to defeat the real enemy – the Cabal.
  • Electro-Magnetic Pulse weapons have been made available for our disposal. Can they be used to take down chemtrail planes? We certainly have the right of  self-defense.
  • Nelu should be released from jail in February.

For more than three years Neil Keenan has been steadfast in his efforts to explode into the midst of the Globalists. While he has captured what they need to continue their global fraud, which is stripping them bare financially, he also has focused the antiseptic sunshine of the power of truth on their genocidal agenda.
While he has held his cards close to his vest, at the same time he also has given us enough information to understand and support him in his efforts.
In this video Neil takes it to the next level as he exposes the Cabal’s Radioactive Chemtrails, 2.0. He gives us hope with his announcement of a medical compound that destroys the potency of their attempts to wipe out 85% of humanity.
Recently, Neil sat down with one of the top principals of the Bilderbergers, who claimed a change of heart and wanted to join the Keenan Team in defeating the Cabal’s genocidal plans. Neil said. “No” — because few from the Team could ever trust this Bilderberg pillar. Helping with information is acceptable, and Neil will accept all the Cabal turncoats that are willing to prove themselves in this way.
He expects more members to abandon the sinking, stinking Cabal ship.
What Neil unequivocally understands is that there is no more clutter in his way: The Cabal is utterly exposed to him. While he loves bumping heads with Cabal principals, rather than with their weasel cronies whom they have thrown out in front as interference, Neil now sees them all running for cover.
This sums up how the Cabal must be feeling about now:
Maybe it’s their 20th or 21st nervous breakdown; Neil is loosing count. What’s clear, though, is their legs are getting weak; they are showing all the symptoms of ‘losing it’ again .
Neil, as the Cabal’s worst nightmare, is making his moves – it’s Showtime, and they are twelve steps behind him. He is taking their system down, step by step, piece by piece. Neil knows that ‘our’ time has arrived, and all of his efforts are now bearing fruit.
What can they try next? Hunt Neil down — again?
If they do, he will release the Black Book, and many of the top-tier Cabalists will be exposed — and they deeply fear exposure. Neil not only controls the Black Book and has had the Book’s codes translated, but he also has opened the private-banking black screens — and he knows exactly who has done what.
But wait, there is much more: the unraveling of the entire Cabal structure. The ICIJ and several other groups are doing a terrific job working to undo the global elite. Their continuing efforts to expose the offshore banking network will lay bare many other top Cabal players. And it’s only just begun.
Let’s go to the very top of the pyramid now, which Neil reveals is not Rockefeller, Bush, or Rothschild. It is a group of nine men who have pushed the above-mentioned three to the front, thereby maintaining their anonymity, while running the entire puppet show from afar. To date, many may have heard only whispers of their names in the wind. These nine are at the apex of the Cabal pyramid. Little do they know that others have tracked them down, and their days of walking the streets as ordinary people will soon be over.
Watch the video. It is filled with information on Neil’s efforts to achieve Peace in Our Time — for the first time in God knows how long!
In concluding a discussion of this Preface with Neil, we asked him how in the future can we maintain peace. In his own special one-of-a-kind way, he advised us:
NO, WE WON’T GET FOOLED AGAIN!
THE KEENAN TEAM
P.S. Those lamp posts are getting closer, George, wouldn’t you say? What you gonna’ do?
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Detroit Files Biggest Bankruptcy Ever

In another proof that the Uniform Commercial Code [UCC] or the Admiralty Law reigns, the City of Detroit, known back as the Motor City, is filing for federal bankruptcy. Every city, state, and in the case of where this writer is from, even a whole country is actually a corporate entity all required to submit themselves to the will of the Vatican, Inc.

The Vatican Corporation itself is now under intense attacks from multiple sides determined to crush it down to oblivion for having caused all that is supposed to be experienced only in Hell. Proof of which is the recent resignations of its top honchos following that of the Pontifical resignation last February.

This latest corporate debacle is of course to the credit of the White Dragon Society and the rest of the groups who have been relentless in their multifaceted efforts, covert or otherwise, to bring down the whole corrupt system that only the Khazarians had managed to put up.

 

Detroit files for federal bankruptcy, marking largest case in US history

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Published time: July 18, 2013 20:31
Edited time: July 19, 2013 17:11

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The city of Detroit has filed for federal bankruptcy, or Chapter 9 protection, which could mean municipal employees are laid off, assets sold and services like trash collection, which have already been cut to the bone, further scaled back.

Detroit has become the largest city in American history to file for bankruptcy. Kevin Orr, a bankruptcy expert hired by the state of Michigan in March to try and lead the Motor City away from a fiscal cliff, submitted the filing on Thursday, reported the AP.

On the same day, Michigan governor Rick Snyder laid out the case in support of Chapter 9 protection, saying that the “decision comes in the wake of 60 years of decline for the city.”

Snyder said that despite the “best efforts” by Detroit’s Office of the Emergency Manager, the city was unable to reach a restructuring plan with its debtors – leaving more than $18 billion in outstanding debts.

We must face the fact that the city cannot and is not paying its debts as they come due, and is insolvent,” added Snyder. 

The city of Detroit lost a quarter-million residents between 2000 and 2010, reports the AP. Boasting a population of 1.8 million in the 1950s, the municipality is now struggling to stay above 700,000 residents. An estimated 78,000 structures are currently abandoned in the city and unemployment has tripled since 2000 and, at roughly 15 percent of the population, is currently double the national average.

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The aim is to make the subject of free energy more understandable for the layman so that anybody could replicate and install his own power plant and be completely living off-grid. Thank you very much for your valuable support.

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Massive Resignations 7.0

As an update to this series, we would like to post these recent additions to the list of casualties on the part of the Cabalists in the ongoing financial wars that we will look back someday as the turning point in humanity’s dark history.

Last week, there were few top level Cabalists’ resignations including those from the Vatican Mafia, and days ago, that of DHS Janet Napolitano. This could only indicate a continuing disarray among the dark operators of the world.

Previous resignations are here.

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Vatican’s top banking officials resign

By Alanna Petroff @AlannaPetroff July 2, 2013: 8:34 AM ET

Two top officials at the Vatican bank have resigned as the Holy See comes under growing pressure to clean up its finances.

Director Paolo Cipriani and his deputy Massimo Tulli resigned this week as Italian prosecutors continue a three-year investigation into the bank, formally known as the Institute for the Works of Religion.

The investigation led to the arrest last week of a Vatican official, a financial broker and a former secret service police officer over an alleged attempt to smuggle millions in cash into Italy, according to Rome’s prosecutor.

The Vatican made no reference to the arrests or investigation when announcing the resignations but stressed the need to accelerate efforts to repair the bank’s reputation.

“Since 2010 the [Vatican bank] and its management have been working hard to bring structures and processes in line with international standards for anti-money laundering,” said Vatican bank President Ernst von Freyberg in a statement. “It is clear today that we need new leadership to increase the pace of this transformation process.”

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US Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano resigns

United States Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano resigns from her federal role on Friday in order to head the University of California school system.

Following an initial report from Reuters suggesting Sec. Napolitano was set to resign, the Los Angeles Times reported early Friday that the former two-term governor or Arizona will exit her role with the Obama administration in lieu of job that will give the UC system their first female head in its 145-year history.

Napolitano is presently only the third person to serve as Homeland Security secretary, a position created by George W. Bush following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. Napolitano has held that rank since January 2009 when she was appointed at the start of President Barack Obama’s first term as commander-in-chief.

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WE must continue on whatever we do that supports the ongoing takedown against the Cabalists. If you think you’re too small to make a dent on the enemy, just watch what a single mosquito can do to ruin your vacation in the tropics.

We can all be Snowden, Manning or Assange in our own little way.

We have just released the Second Edition of Towards Healthcare Emancipation eBook. The proceeds from this book will be used to fund our next project, Towards Energy Emancipation.

The aim is to make the subject of free energy more understandable for the layman so that anybody could replicate and install his own power plant and be completely living off-grid.

Thank you very much for your valuable support.

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The End of the New World Order

The upheavals of the early 21st century have changed our world. Now, in the aftermath of failed wars and economic disasters, pressure for a social alternative can only grow

Culture shock … the collapse of Lehman Brothers ushered in the deepest economic crisis since the 1930s. Photograph: Linda Nylind for the Guardian

In the late summer of 2008, two events in quick succession signalled the end of the New World Order. In August, the US client state of Georgia was crushed in a brief but bloody war after it attacked Russian troops in the contested territory of South Ossetia.

The former Soviet republic was a favourite of Washington’s neoconservatives. Its authoritarian president had been lobbying hard for Georgia to join Nato’s eastward expansion. In an unblinking inversion of reality, US vice-president Dick Cheney denounced Russia‘s response as an act of “aggression” that “must not go unanswered”. Fresh from unleashing a catastrophic war on Iraq, George Bush declared Russia’s “invasion of a sovereign state” to be “unacceptable in the 21st century”.

As the fighting ended, Bush warned Russia not to recognise South Ossetia’s independence. Russia did exactly that, while US warships were reduced to sailing around the Black Sea. The conflict marked an international turning point. The US’s bluff had been called, its military sway undermined by the war on terror, Iraq and Afghanistan. After two decades during which it bestrode the world like a colossus, the years of uncontested US power were over.

Three weeks later, a second, still more far-reaching event threatened the heart of the US-dominated global financial system. On 15 September, the credit crisis finally erupted in the collapse of America’s fourth-largest investment bank. The bankruptcy of Lehman Brothers engulfed the western world in its deepest economic crisis since the 1930s.

The first decade of the 21st century shook the international order, turning the received wisdom of the global elites on its head – and 2008 was its watershed. With the end of the cold war, the great political and economic questions had all been settled, we were told. Liberal democracy and free-market capitalism had triumphed. Socialism had been consigned to history. Political controversy would now be confined to culture wars and tax-and-spend trade-offs.

In 1990, George Bush Senior had inaugurated a New World Order, based on uncontested US military supremacy and western economic dominance. This was to be a unipolar world without rivals. Regional powers would bend the knee to the new worldwide imperium. History itself, it was said, had come to an end.

But between the attack on the Twin Towers and the fall of Lehman Brothers, that global order had crumbled. Two factors were crucial. By the end of a decade of continuous warfare, the US had succeeded in exposing the limits, rather than the extent, of its military power. And the neoliberal capitalist model that had reigned supreme for a generation had crashed.

It was the reaction of the US to 9/11 that broke the sense of invincibility of the world’s first truly global empire. The Bush administration’s wildly miscalculated response turned the atrocities in New York and Washington into the most successful terror attack in history.

Not only did Bush’s war fail on its own terms, spawning terrorists across the world, while its campaign of killings, torture and kidnapping discredited Western claims to be guardians of human rights. But the US-British invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq revealed the inability of the global behemoth to impose its will on subject peoples prepared to fight back. That became a strategic defeat for the US and its closest allies.

This passing of the unipolar moment was the first of four decisive changes that transformed the world – in some crucial ways for the better. The second was the fallout from the crash of 2008 and the crisis of the western-dominated capitalist order it unleashed, speeding up relative US decline.

This was a crisis made in America and deepened by the vast cost of its multiple wars. And its most devastating impact was on those economies whose elites had bought most enthusiastically into the neoliberal orthodoxy of deregulated financial markets and unfettered corporate power.

A voracious model of capitalism forced down the throats of the world as the only way to run a modern economy, at a cost of ballooning inequality and environmental degradation, had been discredited – and only rescued from collapse by the greatest state intervention in history. The baleful twins of neoconservatism and neoliberalism had been tried and tested to destruction.

The failure of both accelerated the rise of China, the third epoch-making change of the early 21st century. Not only did the country’s dramatic growth take hundreds of millions out of poverty, but its state-driven investment model rode out the west’s slump, making a mockery of market orthodoxy and creating a new centre of global power. That increased the freedom of manoeuvre for smaller states.

China’s rise widened the space for the tide of progressive change that swept Latin America – the fourth global advance. Across the continent, socialist and social-democratic governments were propelled to power, attacking economic and racial injustice, building regional independence and taking back resources from corporate control. Two decades after we had been assured there could be no alternatives to neoliberal capitalism, Latin Americans were creating them.

These momentous changes came, of course, with huge costs and qualifications. The US will remain the overwhelmingly dominant military power for the foreseeable future; its partial defeats in Iraq and Afghanistan were paid for in death and destruction on a colossal scale; and multipolarity brings its own risks of conflict. The neoliberal model was discredited, but governments tried to refloat it through savage austerity programmes. China’s success was bought at a high price in inequality, civil rights and environmental destruction. And Latin America’s US-backed elites remained determined to reverse the social gains, as they succeeded in doing by violent coup in Honduras in 2009. Such contradictions also beset the revolutionary upheaval that engulfed the Arab world in 2010-11, sparking another shift of global proportions.

By then, Bush’s war on terror had become such an embarrassment that the US government had to change its name to “overseas contingency operations”. Iraq was almost universally acknowledged to have been a disaster, Afghanistan a doomed undertaking. But such chastened realism couldn’t be further from how these campaigns were regarded in the western mainstream when they were first unleashed.

To return to what was routinely said by British and US politicians and their tame pundits in the aftermath of 9/11 is to be transported into a parallel universe of toxic fantasy. Every effort was made to discredit those who rejected the case for invasion and occupation – and would before long be comprehensively vindicated.

Michael Gove, now a Tory cabinet minister, poured vitriol on the Guardian for publishing a full debate on the attacks, denouncing it as a “Prada-Meinhof gang” of “fifth columnists”. Rupert Murdoch’s Sun damned those warning against war as “anti-American propagandists of the fascist left”. When the Taliban regime was overthrown, Blair issued a triumphant condemnation of those (myself included) who had opposed the invasion of Afghanistan and war on terror. We had, he declared, “proved to be wrong”.

A decade later, few could still doubt that it was Blair’s government that had “proved to be wrong”, with catastrophic consequences. The US and its allies would fail to subdue Afghanistan, critics predicted. The war on terror would itself spread terrorism. Ripping up civil rights would have dire consequences – and an occupation of Iraq would be a blood-drenched disaster.

The war party’s “experts”, such as the former “viceroy of Bosnia” Paddy Ashdown, derided warnings that invading Afghanistan would lead to a “long-drawn-out guerrilla campaign” as “fanciful”. More than 10 years on, armed resistance was stronger than ever and the war had become the longest in American history.

It was a similar story in Iraq – though opposition had by then been given voice by millions on the streets. Those who stood against the invasion were still accused of being “appeasers”. US defence secretary Donald Rumsfeld predicted the war would last six days. Most of the Anglo-American media expected resistance to collapse in short order. They were entirely wrong.

A new colonial-style occupation of Iraq would, I wrote in the first week of invasion, “face determined guerrilla resistance long after Saddam Hussein has gone” and the occupiers “be driven out”. British troops did indeed face unrelenting attacks until they were forced out in 2009, as did US regular troops until they were withdrawn in 2011.

But it wasn’t just on the war on terror that opponents of the New World Order were shown to be right and its cheerleaders to be talking calamitous nonsense. For 30 years, the west’s elites insisted that only deregulated markets, privatisation and low taxes on the wealthy could deliver growth and prosperity.

Long before 2008, the “free market” model had been under fierce attack: neoliberalism was handing power to unaccountable banks and corporations, anti-corporate globalisation campaigners argued, fuelling poverty and social injustice and eviscerating democracy – and was both economically and ecologically unsustainable.

In contrast to New Labour politicians who claimed “boom and bust” to be a thing of the past, critics dismissed the idea that the capitalist trade cycle could be abolished as absurd. Deregulation, financialisation and the reckless promotion of debt-fuelled speculation would, in fact, lead to crisis.

The large majority of economists who predicted that the neoliberal model was heading for breakdown were, of course, on the left. So while in Britain the main political parties all backed “light-touch regulation” of finance, its opponents had long argued that City liberalisation threatened the wider economy.

Critics warned that privatising public services would cost more, drive down pay and conditions and fuel corruption. Which is exactly what happened. And in the European Union, where corporate privilege and market orthodoxy were embedded into treaty, the result was ruinous. The combination of liberalised banking with an undemocratic, lopsided and deflationary currency union that critics (on both left and right in this case) had always argued risked breaking apart was a disaster waiting to happen. The crash then provided the trigger.

The case against neoliberal capitalism had been overwhelmingly made on the left, as had opposition to the US-led wars of invasion and occupation. But it was strikingly slow to capitalise on its vindication over the central controversies of the era. Hardly surprising, perhaps, given the loss of confidence that flowed from the left’s 20th-century defeats – including in its own social alternatives.

But driving home the lessons of these disasters was essential if they were not to be repeated. Even after Iraq and Afghanistan, the war on terror was pursued in civilian-slaughtering drone attacks from Pakistan to Somalia. The western powers played the decisive role in the overthrow of the Libyan regime – acting in the name of protecting civilians, who then died in their thousands in a Nato-escalated civil war, while conflict-wracked Syria was threatened with intervention and Iran with all-out attack.

And while neoliberalism had been discredited, western governments used the crisis to try to entrench it. Not only were jobs, pay and benefits cut as never before, but privatisation was extended still further. Being right was, of course, never going to be enough. What was needed was political and social pressure strong enough to turn the tables of power.

Revulsion against a discredited elite and its failed social and economic project steadily deepened after 2008. As the burden of the crisis was loaded on to the majority, the spread of protests, strikes and electoral upheavals demonstrated that pressure for real change had only just begun. Rejection of corporate power and greed had become the common sense of the age.

The historian Eric Hobsbawm described the crash of 2008 as a “sort of right-wing equivalent to the fall of the Berlin wall”. It was commonly objected that after the implosion of communism and traditional social democracy, the left had no systemic alternative to offer. But no model ever came pre-cooked. All of them, from Soviet power and the Keynesian welfare state to Thatcherite-Reaganite neoliberalism, grew out of ideologically driven improvisation in specific historical circumstances.

The same would be true in the aftermath of the crisis of the neoliberal order, as the need to reconstruct a broken economy on a more democratic, egalitarian and rational basis began to dictate the shape of a sustainable alternative. Both the economic and ecological crisis demanded social ownership, public intervention and a shift of wealth and power. Real life was pushing in the direction of progressive solutions.

The upheavals of the first years of the 21st century opened up the possibility of a new kind of global order, and of genuine social and economic change. As communists learned in 1989, and the champions of capitalism discovered 20 years later, nothing is ever settled.

This is an edited extract from The Revenge of History: the Battle for the 21st Century by Seumas Milne, published by Verso. Buy it for £16 at guardianbookshop.co.uk

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