Wednesday, August 21, 2013


"The sell-off spans countries from Thailand to Turkey, South Africa and Brazil."

The BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China) and their allies are under attack.

The Indonesian rupiah is now "the third worst performing currency in the world, over the past three months, after the Indian rupee and the Brazilian real."

Investors have also been quitting these countries' equity markets.

George Soros meets Indonesia's President Yudhoyono (Website for this image). Soros reportedly has links to the Rothschilds, Mark Rich, and Rafi Eytan. (The Secret Financial Network Behind "Wizard" George Soros)

"Although many emerging countries are experiencing credit bubbles caused by the rich world’s crisis management, the composition of capital flows is healthier than before the Asian financial crisis.

"On average more than half of inflows to emerging markets are equity capital, much of it direct investment. 


"Many countries have big reserves or floating currencies with which to mitigate portfolio flow reversals – lessons learnt in Asia’s last crisis. 

"Even India, with a large current account deficit, has a tolerable net asset position (but many other problems). 

"Things look worse for countries on the European fringe, such as Turkey."

The emerging world can handle turmoil.


Indonesia is important.

Standard Chartered bank forecasts that Indonesia will be the sixth biggest economy in the world by 2030.

On 12 January 2012, Wayne Madsen, in Opinion, wrote that Indonesia could be the next stop in the Soros themed revolution express



20 Jun 2011 - Bar Mitzvah in Surabaya, Indonesia. "The Dutch East Indies Company's main financiers were Jews (Isaac le Maire) and the majority of the ...

14 Oct 2009 - Geert Wilders, who has 'Jewish-Indonesian' origins. His mother was born in Sukabumi (Geert Wilders is one of us, say Indies immigrants.).


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thats an interesting one

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sad news

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Ann Diamond said...

Carol A. Valentine said...

Hi Aang - thank you for reporting on Fukushima.

Anyone who has not already needs to get over to Jimstonefreelance to download and read the report available there.

I am not endorsing anything other than the position that Fukushima and the tsunami were an attack.

I can understand given the news today of the 100s of innocent dead including children in Syria, that many people are afraid.

Too afraid to comment here or elsewhere. Too afraid to Blog. Too afraid to contemplate the enormity of the evil that confronts them.

But yes it has to be faced. It has to be faced down even if it is at the cost of our lives.

Despite the threats, attempted arrests, telephone interference, evictions, social and business sabotage, we must heroically fight on to the end. Truth will win.

Carol A. Valentine

Anonymous said...

You are right, Carol, thank you.

I'm glad you dropped the JimStone-style persecution pretence.

Stephen Gash said...

If 1953-type floods happen again then Sizewell-B in Norfolk will be England's, UK's and Europe's Fukushima.

Anonymous said...

Sorry Carol, I confounded you with Alex Constantine.

Your comments are humane, courageous,
encouraging, intelligent and to the point.

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