Pierre Jovanovic, à propos de son dernier livre « 666 »

16 nov. 2014
Le Cercle des Volontaires est allé à la rencontre de Pierre Jovanovic pour la sortie de son livre “666” publié au Jardin des Livres. Ce spécialiste du monde bancaire et monétaire nous montre comment l’eschatologie chrétienne permet d’anticiper l’effondrement économique qui vient. La bête de l’apocalypse a pris la forme du dollar et la planche à billet de la FED est en train de mener l’humanité à sa perte.

Insensé pour certains, évident pour d’autres, l’auteur nous révèle preuves à l’appui comment et pourquoi ce monstre à 7 têtes s’accapare peu à peu tout l’or du monde, ruinant les états nations et les particuliers. Que l’on soit croyant ou non, les faits présentés dans cet ouvrage sont à couper le souffle, ce livre est une véritable bombe littéraire qui explosera à la figure de chaque lecteur !

Putin’s Coup In Jewmerica’s Back Yard

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By Brother Nathanael, RealJewNews

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WHILE JEWMERICA RAMPS UP more sanctions against Russia, Putin still has the last laugh.
And while Jewmerica is eating its heart out trying to isolate Russia with its laughable slogan, ‘mobilizing the international community,’ Putin continues to straddle the world stage…this time in Jewmerica’s own backyard in Latin America.

On June 11, Putin brought Russia to the Western Hemisphere with his first stop in Cuba where he met with Fidel and Raul Castro.

After waiving a $32 billion debt owed to Russia, Putin reportedly set his sights on a berth for the Russian Naval fleet at Cuba’s new port of Mariel.

This bodes ill for the Jewish neocon clique, especially Nuland’s tribal chum, Roberta Jacobson, the Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs.

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The following day, Putin touched down in Nicaragua for a brief visit with trade and government ministers in Nicaragua.

“Your visit here is a ray of light,” President Daniel Ortega told Putin in his opening remarks before the press.

Evidently, talks included Nicaragua approving Russia’s navy ships to dock at its ports.

Later in the day, Putin arrived in Argentina where he met with Argentine president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.

After signing deals which included Russia building a nuclear reactor and talks regarding Russia setting up bases for its satellite system, Kirchner accused America of hypocrisy for its refusal to recognize Crimea’s referendum, but not protesting a similar vote in which residents of a British-controlled archipelago, (that is claimed by Argentina), chose to remain British.

Then Putin landed a knock-out punch on America’s Jew-ruled cheek.

The finishing blow took place in Brazil on July 15 where the leaders of Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa met in the northeastern city of Fortaleza.

(While many other Latin American leaders attended the conference, Obama couldn’t convince a single leader to shun the BRICS summit in Brazil, Wayne Madsen pointed out.)

At Fortaleza, Putin and his fellow BRIC leaders created the $100 billion “BRICS Development Bank” with a reserve currency pool worth over another $100 billion.

Both are devised to counter Jewmerica’s pernicious “dollar” influence.

New members such as Mexico, Nigeria, and Indonesia, are waiting in the wings to join the new BRIC Development Bank.

“We are implementing a system of measures that prevents the harassment of countries that do not agree with some foreign policy decisions made by the United States and their allies,” Putin told Russian news agency Itar-Tass.

And what Putin told Jewmerica—in so many words—is that the ‘international community’ no longer belongs to the Jewnited States of Jewmerica…

…BUT to a gathering of nations that are sick and tired of Jewish world hegemony.

[EDITOR’S NOTE: to give you an idea of how Powerful will be this BRICS Development Bank, Herebelow is a chart showing the BRICS’members Gold reserves VS the USA Gold reserves. No comment.]

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Greece Slides Into The “Fourth World” – The Full Photo Album

With Greek government bonds at multi-year highs (up 300% in the last year), the Athens Stock Index still up 100% in the last year, and leaders all over the Euro-zone proclaiming the crisis is over (and that Greece has “made big strides”); we thought it perhaps useful to look at the reality behind the propagandized talk and manipulation. The sad truth is Greece is rapidly dissolving into a ‘fourth world’ nation with unemployment rates (broad and youth) at unprecedented levels, poverty widespread, and homelessness rife. Perhaps, as Germany today stated that there will be no more debt reduction for Greece, it is ‘math’ in the first image that the TROIKA and the Greek representatives should pay special attention to…

By Tyler Durden zerohedge.com via Reuters

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40-year-old Yiorgos, who became homeless in 2010 after his grocery shop went out of business, sleeps outdoors in central Athens February 3, 2013.

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42-year-old Alexandros, from Serres in northern Greece, sits in the abandoned car he lives in, at the port of Piareus near Athens April 10, 2013. Alexandros owned a plant shop in Athens until 2010, when it was forced to close, he became homeless soon after.

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Homeless people sleep outdoors in central Athens April 14, 2013.

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A homeless scrap collector sleeps outside in central Athens May 26, 2013.

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Stephanos became homeless in late 2012 when the clothes shop, where he had worked for over a decade, closed down and he had no income to pay for his flat. He now lives next to a church in central Athens and eats in soup kitchens. Stephanos smokes a cigarette as he sits on a rug in central Athens May 16, 2013.

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36-year-old unemployed clerk Michael sits in the sun near a bridge in central Athens May 24, 2013. Michael worked as a hotel clerk for over fifteen years but when the hotel closed he was unable to find work and in late 2011 became homeless, two months later he was diagnosed with lymph node and thyroid cancer. He now lives outside a church.

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51-year-old Romanian truck driver Adrian, who lost his job in 2010 when the lorry company he was working for closed down, sits with his head in his hands in central Athens January 18, 2013. Adrian survives by collecting scrap and lives in an abandoned warehouse in Athens central vegetable market.

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50-year-old Giorgos sits with his belongings under a bridge, where he lives with a group of other homeless people, in central Athens May 25, 2013. Giorgos was forced to close down the billiard hall he owned in 2006, and spent time in prison for not paying his social security debts.

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“Si le Portugal ne peut plus payer ses dettes, il doit faire défaut”

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« Le Portugal ne pourra jamais payer ses dettes, au lieu de cela il s’appauvrit. Si vous ne pouvez pas payer, la seule solution, c’est de ne pas payer. Quand l’Argentine était en crise, elle n’a plus payé. Est-ce que quelque chose s’est produit ? Non, rien n’est arrivé », a déclaré Mario Soares, l’ex-Premier ministre socialiste portugais qui a dirigé les deux premiers gouvernements à la suite de la dictature de Salazar.

express.be via E&R

Estimant que le gouvernement portugais était devenu le serviteur servile de la Chancelière allemande Angela Merkel, il a exhorté les forces politiques du pays à s’unir pour « faire chuter le gouvernement » et à faire cesser la politique d’austérité imposée par la troïka composée du Fonds Monétaire International (FMI), de la Commission Européenne, et de la Banque Centrale Européenne (BCE).

« Dans leur avidité à obéir à Senhora Merkel, ils ont tout vendu et ruiné ce pays. En deux ans, ce gouvernement a détruit le Portugal », fulmine-t-il.

Ses déclarations ont été formulées alors que la cour constitutionnelle portugaise à jugé la semaine dernière que la suppression du 14ème mois des salaires des fonctionnaires et des pensionnés, proposée par l’actuel Premier ministre Pedro Passos Coelho, était illégale.

Par ailleurs, une fuite dans un rapport de la Troïka a indiqué que le pays menace d’entrer dans une spirale de la dette, et qu’il pourrait nécessiter à terme un second plan de sauvetage.

En effet, selon ce document, les besoins de financement du Portugal pourraient atteindre 15 milliards d’euros en 2015, c’est-à-dire plus que les montants dont il avait besoin avant la crise, et alors même que sa cote de crédit s’est dégradée. Précédemment, il ne nécessitait que 10 à 12 milliards d’euros annuels.

Cependant, vendredi, les ministres de l’Eurogroupe ont donné leur accord pour une extension de 7 ans des prêts que le Portugal a reçus dans le cadre de son plan de sauvetage.

Pour Dario Perkins de Lombard Street Research, un défaut du Portugal pourrait exclure le pays de la zone euro.

L’Allemagne pourrait s’inquiéter que d’autres pays adoptent la même attitude et elle pourrait choisir de se montrer inflexible. Il pense que les pays de la périphérie redoutent d’être exclus de la zone euro, car ils ressentent que leur économie pourrait être anéantie.

Mais il prédit qu’à la longue, les citoyens de ces pays voteront de plus en plus pour des politiciens opposés aux politiques d’austérité, à l’image de ce qui s’est passé en Italie, et que l’UE perdra son emprise.

MONEY FLED FROM CYPRUS: A Furious Cyprus Begins Investigating Who Breached The Capital Controls

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By Tyler Durden, Zerohedge

On Monday we reported the very disturbing news that despite the ongoing liquidity blockade, capital controls and (somewhat) closed Cyprus banks, one particular group of people – the very same group targeted to prompt this whole ludicrous collapse of the island nation – Russian Oligrachs had found ways to bypass the ringfence and pull their money out quickly and quietly. We said that, if confirmed, “If we were Cypriots at this point we would be angry. Very, very angry.” Turns out the Cypriots did become angry, and the questions are finally starting. As Spiegel reports, the Cypriot Parliament, which may or may not last too long once the banks reopen tomorrow and the people realize that in a fractional reserve banking system, those deposits you thought were there… they are gone, poof, has begun investigating the capital flight that may means the destruction of Cyprus has been for nothing. Sadly, it is now too little, too late.

From Spiegel:

Banks have been closed and accounts frozen in Cyprus recently. Nevertheless, large amounts were moved out of the country’s crippled financial institutions on the eve of the bailout package. Lawmakers are suspicious and are investigating both the government and the Cypriot central bank.

Panicos Demetriades looked dead tired as he opened the press conference on Tuesday afternoon on the fourth floor of the Central Bank of Cyprus. The questions and answers flew back and forth for 90 minutes, with Finance Minister Michalis Sarris doing his best to back up the central bank head. Outside, the mountains slowly receded from view behind into a haze, while inside journalists became increasingly restive. When the session ended, many were left wondering why Demetriades had invited them in the first place. He had virtually nothing new to say.

Many interpreted the press conference as a symbolic exercise. Central bank head Demetriades, they felt, sought to stage a show of strength to counter the pressure that has been heaped on his shoulders in recent days. For one, he announced earlier this week, without consulting the Cypriot government first, that small banks in the country would open their doors again on Tuesday, in contrast to the island-nation’s two largest financial institutions Laiki and Bank of Cyprus. The result was a massive protest from the smaller banks and a reversal. The banks stayed closed. For the moment, the opening date is set for Thursday, and many fear that a flood of angry customers could overwhelm the sector.

Then, on Monday, the central bank announced that it was installing financial manager Dinos Christofides as a special consultant to the Bank of Cyprus as it prepares to take on assets from Laiki, which is to be liquidated. The deployment of Christofides is legitimate, but it triggered widespread concerns that the Bank of Cyprus too may soon be broken up. Demetriades was accused of not doing enough to explain the steps he was taking, thus intensifying investor anxiety.

Most of all, though, the central bank head has been harshly criticized due to the suspicious capital flight from Laiki and the Bank of Cyprus, the two institutions that have been hit hardest by the Cypriot banking crisis. There are indications that large sums flowed out of the two banks just before the first bailout package was signed in the early morning hours of March 16. At the end of January, some 40 percent of all savings held in Cypriot accounts were on the books of those two banks. Since then, however, much of it has been transferred elsewhere, despite orders from the central bank that accounts at the two institutions be frozen.

‘Special Payments’

The central bank now stands accused of not doing enough to control the movement of capital. Transfers for humanitarian aid were permitted which, while certainly an acceptable exception, opened a loophole for abuse. Many are also furious that the bank allowed “special payments,” the definition of which was never adequately established.

The Cypriot central bank has defended itself by saying that it was impossible to completely prevent all transactions, despite the account freeze. Much of the money was withdrawn from overseas, where Cyprus had no authority. Branches of Cypriot banks in non-euro-zone countries such as Russia and Britain do not answer to the European Central Bank. Their liquidity is controlled by central banks in those countries.

Such a defense is nothing less than a voluntary admission of impotence. Holders of smaller savings accounts have been unable to access much of their money for almost two weeks, companies have been unable to pay their suppliers and across the country people are concerned that their salaries will not arrive on schedule on the first of the month. Meanwhile, rich businesspeople and those with connections overseas have been able to transfer their money into foreign accounts.

In other words, the Cypriots are, indeed, getting very angry. And soon, they may just have a list of people on whom to take it out:

Lawmakers have demanded that the central bank assemble a list of those customers who withdrew large amounts of money prior to the closure of the country’s financial institutions. In particular, parliamentarians want to know if central bank employees or members of the government received early warning and were able to quickly rescue their assets.

According to the Greek television station Mega Channel, the list has already found its way into the hands of Parliament President Yannakis Omirou. No one in parliament or in the central bank could be reached for comment on Tuesday evening. Still, the parliamentary investigation indicates just how great the mistrust is between lawmakers and the government — and how acute the doubts are as to Panicos Demetriades’ competence.

Only now is Panicos’ competence being questioned? Well better late then never.

Perhaps, a better question is how much longer will the rule of law remain in Cyprus once full blown class warfare is unleashed, and the 99% are generously handed the list of the 1% who were “informed” enough to pull their money from the flaming sovereign equivalent of Bernie Madoff, while every other uninsured depositor is facing losses of up to 80%, and soon 100%?

And what happens if the realization dawns that despite all the promises even insured investors will eventually get impaired once the money runs out?

CYPRUS : COUP DÉ TAX Update on Final Agreement

Rampapalooza As Cyprus-Troika Reach Deal (Updates)

By Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge

UPDATE: It appears the ‘deal’ to default/restructure the banks has been designed to bypass the need for parliamentary votes, “since it is theoretically not a tax.”

While we have little color on what kind of carnage the President of Cyprus had to accept to his fellow countrymen, the news is that :

*CYPRUS, TROIKA REACH AGREEMENT IN PRINCIPLE, EU OFFICIAL SAYS

The terms, unsurprisingly what zee Germans wanted, are i) Laiki to be wound down; ii) Bank of Cyprus to survive but with deposit haircuts, and iii) deal would see secured deposits in Laiki moved to Bank of Cyprus. In other words, a deal far wors then the original on proposed by the Eurogroup last week – when the banks still existed.

[EDITOR’S NOTE: Actually the deposit over EUR 100 000 at Bank of Cyprus will be taxed at 40%. The 2nd largest bank Laiki will be closed; its deposits of less than EUR 100 000 will be transferred to Bank of Cyprus and “will be saved”. Its deposits over EUR 100 000 will be taken by Government, EUROGROUP, ECB and IMF, to repay the financial aid of EUROGROUP. That’s a Hold Up in plain sight !

The key appears to be the ‘saving’ of the insured depositors (crucial to avoid a pan-European bank run) and the crushing of the ‘whale’ depositors. S&P 500 futures and EUR are surging, Gold is dropping modestly. We await final confirmation of the final terms of the final deal once the Cypriot people wake up (and don’t forget the ECB ‘standard of living’ rules). The Cypriot Parliament still has to vote for this – and not one of them voted for it last week.

The Rothschild’s South Sudan Oil Grab

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By Dean HENDERSON, LEFT HOOK

On July 9, 2011 South Sudan became the world’s 193rd nation. Less than a week later violence has erupted in South Kordofan, an area on the new border between Sudan and South Sudan which is controlled by Sudan and rich in oil. Not content with the seizure of South Sudan’s oilfields, the Rothschild-led Eight Families banking cartel looks set to push the new border further north, grabbing yet more crude oil from the Sudan ese people.

For decades Western intelligence agencies backed the Sudanese People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) in an attempt to lop off the southern half of Sudan for the Four Horsemen of Oil. The region contains 75% of Sudan’s oil reserves. What became Africa’s longest running civil war finally came to an end when Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir was pressured into ceding the southern part of his country to the IMF/World Bank vampires after the conflict they created left more than 2 million people dead. [1]

Within days of declaring itself a sovereign nation, South Sudan’s state oil company, Nilepet formed a joint venture with Glencore International Plc to market its oil. Glencore is controlled by the Rothschilds. The PetroNile joint venture will be 51 percent controlled by Nilepet and 49 percent by Glencore. [2]

On Friday South Sudan’s new President Salva Kiir Mayardit signed a law formally establishing the Central Bank of South Sudan. Sudan is one of five countries – along with Cuba, North Korea, Syria and Iran – whose central bank is not under the control of the Rothschild-led Eight Families central banking cartel. It is therefore no coincidence that the currency of this newest Rothschild oil fiefdom is called the South Sudan Pound. [3]

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ROTHSCHILDS WANT IRAN’S BANKS

By Pete Papaherakles

Could gaining control of the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran (CBI) be one of the main reasons that Iran is being targeted by Western and Israeli powers? As tensions are building up for an unthinkable war with Iran, it is worth exploring Iran’s banking system compared to its U.S., British and Israeli counterparts.

Some researchers are pointing out that Iran is one of only three countries left in the world whose central bank is not under Rothschild control. Before 9-11 there were reportedly seven: Afghanistan, Iraq, Sudan, Libya, Cuba, North Korea and Iran. By 2003, however, Afghanistan and Iraq were swallowed up by the Rothschild octopus, and by 2011 Sudan and Libya were also gone. In Libya, a Rothschild bank was established in Benghazi while the country was still at war.

Islam forbids the charging of interest, a major problem for the Rothschild banking system. Until a few hundred years ago, charging interest was also forbidden in the Christian world and was even punishable by death. It was considered exploitation and enslavement. Continue reading