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Benjamin Fulford – December 9, 2013: Behind Japan’s Prime Minister Abe and US Ambassador Kennedy’s freemason handshake

Benjamin Fulford – December 9, 2013: Behind Japan’s Prime Minister Abe and US Ambassador Kennedy’s freemason handshake

High level negotiations over starting the new financial system and restoring the Republic of the United States of America are proceeding smoothly but there are still a few cockroaches to deal with first.

A hint about how negotiations are progressing came out last week in the form of a Freemason handshake between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan and US Ambassador Caroline Kennedy. Here is the picture as shown on the official web page of the office of the Prime Minister:


For reference, see here some pictures of freemason handshakes:


According to MI5 and books about Freemasonry, the particular handshake shown in the photo is likely to be something known as the Tubal-cain (two balled cane). The handshake has a multilayered meaning but in this case the message it seems to be conveying is likely to be in the phrase usually associated with this handshake:

The Mason must “follow in the footsteps of his forefather, Tubal-Cain, who with the mighty strength of the war god hammered his sword into a plowshare.”


Also, according to MI5 the handshake as shown puts the Prime Minister in the ascendancy over Kennedy. There is also a sexual connotation in the two-balled cane meaning.

Furthermore, this handshake is associated with the Pagan god Vulcan. Vulcan is associated with Thunder, Lightning and Fire. In ancient times, tributes to Vulcan included human sacrifices.

Pastor Paolo Izumi, who runs the Tachikawa Church and who helped shelter a member of the Japanese self-defense forces who unwittingly participated in the March 11, 2011 nuclear and tsunami terror attack against Japan alerted this writer to the handshake and noted Japanese national TV broadcasts made a point of zooming in on it.

So, the likely interpretation to this is that the US government is showing itself to be under Asian influence as the passive partner but that it is strong and ready to sacrifice human lives if necessary.The publication of this photograph follows a week of intensive negotiations in Asia by US Vice President Biden and a visit to China by UK Prime Minister David Cameron.

A CIA source in Asia says Biden returned home from China empty-handed after begging for money. However, the official Chinese Xinhua news agency reported a whole series of deals involving the oil industry and oil extracting technology. In other words, the US government was only able to get money for keeping itself going in exchange for handing over much of its oil business. China also got promises of more US high tech and more opportunities for Chinese companies to operate inside the US.

The main sticking point is that China wants the US to start arresting the people who were behind plans to kill billions of people, notably the Neocon authors of the Project for a New American Century.

Here is what Nelson Mandela, the great man who passed away last week, had to say about the US:

“If there is a country that has committed unspeakable atrocities in the world, it is the United States of America. They don’t care for human beings,” Mandela said.


This quote came in reaction to the Iraq invasion by George Bush Jr. who has announced he will go to Mandela’s funeral. Perhaps Bush is hoping for a Mandela inspired peace and reconciliation process instead of the death penalty he deserves. It may be too late for that.

Getting back to Asian diplomacy, the UK Prime Minister’s visit was on the surface all about business. However, Cameron was also told to start arresting UK criminals named as being behind the 311 mass murder, according to MI6 sources. Cameron also visited the central city of Chengdu with James Sassoon on undisclosed business.

The Chinese also sent an agent to visit the White Dragon Society last week. The meeting was friendly and harmonious. An agreement was reached to have complete transparency of information in communications, to promote mutually beneficial relations and to allow both sides freedom to take necessary action. If this sounds vague, that is because it is mean to be vague.

There was also communications between the P2 Freemason lodge and the White Dragon Society last week. According a P2 source, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki Moon had promised last week to hand over $400 billion to save the Italian financial system but that he was unable to produce the money. Also, the P2 want former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconni to return $100 billion of Italian money he has hidden in offshore bank accounts.

If it is true that Ban Ki Moon no longer has access to money, that is big news. Ban Ki Moon’s name came up in the investigation of the Chiasso incident of June 2009 in which two Japanese diplomats were illegally detained and had $134.5 billion dollars’ worth of bonds stolen from them. Moon and the UN then offered the Asians $100 million in exchange for giving ending attempts to cash historical Asian bonds. The Chinese have said in the past they do not trust Moon because his words and actions show he is a cabal stooge. It looks like somebody chucked a Moon.

Also, there are signs the dollar based financial system is headed for some sort of monumental crash.

The situation is one in which impossibly large sums of debt inside the Western central bank computers hang over a world GDP only a tiny fraction of that amount. As the P2 source put it: “The algorithms are broken and it is impossible to restore the old financial system.”

The White Dragon Society has long insisted that the only solution will be to unplug the central and mega bank computers, delete all the funny money and re-input based on paper receipts.

A lobby within the military industrial complex also contacted the WDS last week insisting that China was getting too arrogant and needed to be taught a lesson. The answer given was that China is not the country that has killed tens of millions of people and been constantly at war for the past 60 years.

The best move a hardline nationalist US faction could take would be to declare bankruptcy, repudiate US foreign debt and start issuing a new government controlled currency. The problem with taking such an action is that it would then become impossible to maintain the US international military presence.

The WDS has proposed to the rest of the world that a better alternative would be to hire the US military industrial complex to do good. US special forces could then do things like protect endangered species from poachers instead of stealing oil for robber barons. The freemason handshake mentioned above may be a sign the military industrial complex agrees. In that case, it appears the ball is now in China and the BRICs alliances court.

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Truthout Daily Digest December 9, 2013

Henry A. Giroux | The Spectacle of Illiteracy and the Crisis of Democracy

Henry A. Giroux, Moyers & Company: In an alleged post-racist democracy, the image of the public sphere with its appeal to dialogue and shared responsibility has given way to the spectacle of unbridled intolerance, ignorance, seething private fears, unchecked anger and the decoupling of reason from freedom, says Giroux.

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In Depth: Journal Retracts Independent Study Linking Monsanto GMO Corn to Cancer in Rats

Mike Ludwig, Truthout: A year after a French study appeared to link GMOs and cancer, a respected American journal has retracted the study under pressure, reigniting a global debate about biotechnology’s affect on our food and whether research has proven it safe.

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Welcome to Gasland: Denton, Texas Residents Face Fracking Impacts From EagleRidge Energy

Julie Dermansky, DeSmogBlog: In Denton, Texas, 40 miles northwest of Dallas, residents and students at the University of North Texas are getting a free course in what it’s like to live in the middle of a fracking field.

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Migration Across the Mediterranean: When Will Europe See That Too Many People Have Died?

Hrvoje Simicevic, Truthout: With some 20,000 people having drowned while being smuggled across the Mediterranean to Europe in the past two decades, Peter Mayo discusses with a Croatian journalist EU’s immigration policies on those fleeing situations owing much to the legacies of European colonialism and neocolonialism.

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Chris Hedges | Shooting the Messenger

Chris Hedges, Truthdig: There is a deeply misguided attempt to sacrifice Julian Assange, WikiLeaks, Chelsea Manning and Jeremy Hammond on the altar of the security and surveillance state to justify the leaks made by Edward Snowden.

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Europe’s Deadly Border

David Bacon, Boston Review: With the number of migrants growing, Italy and the European Union need to take into account the realities faced by immigrants, rather than criminalizing their status or treating their movement as a security threat.

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Why Can’t We Access the Fed’s Free Money?

Ellen Brown, Web of Debt: December 23 marks the 100th anniversary of the Federal Reserve. Dissatisfaction with its track record has prompted calls to audit the Fed and end the Fed. At the least, Congress needs to amend the Fed, modifying the Federal Reserve Act to give the central bank the tools necessary to carry out its mandates.

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Put the “United” Back in the United States of America

The Daily Take, The Thom Hartmann Program: Let’s put the “United” back into United States and stop the insanity of states competing over how much of their taxpayers’ money they’re willing to give to giant corporations in an endless race to the bottom.

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Argentine Protesters vs Monsanto: “The Monster Is Right on Top of Us”

Fabiana Frayssinet, Inter Press Service: The people of this working-class suburb of Cordoba in Argentina’s central farming belt stoically put up with the spraying of the weed-killer glyphosate on the fields surrounding their neighborhood. But the last straw was when US biotech giant Monsanto showed up to build a seed plant.

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ALEC Stands Its Ground, but Stumbles

Brendan Fischer, PR Watch: Last week, recently released ALEC documents demonstrate that the group has recently lost around 60 corporate members, largely as a result of its role in facilitating corporate influence over state legislators and for pushing voter ID restrictions, climate change denial, and an array of other controversial, corporate-friendly bills.

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Seymour Hersh: Obama “Cherry-Picked” Intelligence on Syrian Chemical Attack to Justify US Strike

Amy Goodman, Democracy Now!: Investigative journalist Seymour Hersh casts doubt on the veracity of the Obama administration’s claims that only the Assad regime could have carried out the chemical attacks in the Damascus suburb of Ghouta earlier this year.

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Leaked: Pussy Riot, Greenpeace Activists Will Be Freed Under Russian Amnesty

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Leaked: Pussy Riot, Greenpeace activists will be freed under amnesty — RT News

Leaked: Pussy Riot, Greenpeace activists will be freed under amnesty Published time: December 09, 2013 15:51

Honorary President of non-profit organisation ATTAC, Susan George (Center L), holds a sign bearing the portrait of a jailed Greenpeace activist alongside other protesters taking part in a demonstration calling for the release of a group of Greenpeace activists imprisoned in Russia, on October 31, 2013, in Paris. (AFP Photo / Pierre Andrieu)

The members of the Pussy Riot punk band, Greenpeace activists and protesters jailed after the May 2012 Bolotnaya demonstration will be freed in an amnesty dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Russian Constitution, Russian media report.

A total of 25,000 people will be freed under the amnesty initiated by President Putin, Interfax cited Vladimir Vasilyev, deputy speaker of parliament, as saying.

“Around 1,300 people will be released from prison, and 17,500 people will be relieved of non-custodial sentences. In addition, criminal proceedings against nearly 6,000 can be terminated,” Vasilyev said.

Several Russian media outlets including Izvestia and Vedomosti newspapers have obtained a copy of the draft amnesty, which was submitted to the parliament by President Vladimir Putin on Monday.

According to the papers, the participants in such high-profile cases as the Pussy Riot Cathedral protest, Greenpeace’s Arctic Sunrise boarding of an oil rig and the Bolotnaya Square riots will all be granted amnesty.

The upcoming amnesty won’t apply to those who committed crimes that posed a serious danger to society, Vladimir Vasilyev said, adding that the amnesty will give preference to convicts in vulnerable social categories and people who have served the country.

It will favor all minors, mothers with small children, pregnant women, women over 55 and men over 60, the disabled, Chernobyl cleanup workers and military veterans, he said.

According to Vedomosti newspaper, the draft amnesty covers three articles of the criminal code “as an exception,” which means that those, who were convicted under them, will be freed or relived from punishment regardless of age, sex and social status.

The members of the Pussy Riot punk band Maria Alyokhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova during the announcement of the verdict on their case at Moscow’s Khamovniki Court (RIA Novosti / Aleksandr Utkin)

The first such article Number 213 is “hooliganism”, which means that two Pussy Riot members – Maria Alekhina and Nadezhda Tolokonnikova – as well as the Greenpeace’s activists, awaiting trial in Russia, will a get pardon.

Three members of the Pussy Riot punk band were each sentenced to two years in prison after staging a protest in Moscow’s Christ the Savior Cathedral in February 2012, although one member of the band was later released on appeal.

The 30 Greenpeace activists are currently on bail and awaiting trial after an attempt to board Russia’s Prirazlomnaya oil platform in the Barents Sea this September.

The second exception stands for article 212 (parts 2 and 3) – “participation in riots and attempts to incite rioting.”

It means that nine protesters, who were detained following Moscow riots on Bolotnaya Square in May 2012, but who are not accused of using force against police, will be also freed under amnesty, according to Vedomosti.

The third exception deals with those, who were convicted for violating traffic regulation with severe consequences to people’s health.

Meanwhile, those, who committed economic crimes, won’t be pardoned as there has already been an amnesty for this category of prisoners earlier this year, with 1,431 people released, Izvestia said.

This means that former oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky and his business partner, Platon Lebedev, will remain behind bars.

The amnesty will be adopted before the end of the year and implemented within the next six months, a high-ranked source in the parliament told Izvestia.

Arctic Sunrise Greenpeace’s Arctic protest ship (AFP Photo / Denis Sinyakov)

Russia celebrates the 20th anniversary of the country’s Constitution on December 12.

The head of the Presidential Council on Civil Society and Human Rights, Mikhail Fedotov, expressed his satisfaction with the draft amnesty bill and said hoped it wouldn’t suffer heavy revisions by the Duma deputies.

“I’m sure that there’ll be some MPs, who’ll try to widen the amnesty bill and those, who’ll push for it to be narrowed. In the end, I hope that it’ll remain as it was when submitted by the President,” he told RIA-Novosti news agency.

But one of the heads of Memorial human rights center, Oleg Orlov, has called the draft amnesty bill a disappointment.

“Even in its current form, I welcome the document. At least, some people will be released,” he told Interfax news agency. “But that part of Russian society, which advocated an amnesty, understand it in a broader sense, and of course we are disappointed.”

President Putin tasked human rights activists with putting together a draft bill for an amnesty dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the country’s modern Constitution in late September.

In mid-October, the draft bill, which proposed to pardon around 100,000 prisoners, was approved by the Presidential Council for Human Rights.


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“Gimme Three Steps…”

Thank you Denise! I have noticed the same pattern in my own life in the months leading up to the summer solstice more so than the winter solstice during the same years tho also to a lesser degree in the autumn.
One positive about it is that the pressure from below sure drives our determination to make it thru whatever we have to in order to leave those unpleasant aspects of duality behind and learn/grow into the ability to transcend it all.
Thank you as always for sharing your clarity of awareness with us!

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Manifesting New Directions and Opportunities

Thank you for this useful and inspiring post!

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If one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with success unexpected in common hours.
Henry David Thoreau

It still amazes me how writing and visualising can create a magnetic pull in your life that attracts relationships, synchronicities and opportunities to you that are a match to your talents and intent. Writing has great power, and today’s exercise uses journal writing and visualisation as tools to help you open doors, invite opportunity and attract helpful people.

Expect answers and solutions. They often come from left field, and they often manifest themselves very quickly.  The more happy, positive and in flow you feel, the faster your solutions and opportunities will arrive. (If you’re not sure what makes you feel good, or how to get into that happy place, there is a great journal exercise and suggestions…

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How to Have a Heart-Centred Year

Thank you for posting this important message. I’m sure many of you reading this can relate to this being difficult to do. Even tho having chronic illness it has been impressed upon me that I am no use to anyone else unless I take good care of myself; I still find it difficult to prioritize my actual needs.

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“You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection” 
~ Gautama Buddha

I care for myself. The more solitary, the more friendless, the more unsustained I am, the more I will respect myself.”
~ Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre


I’m betting you’ve never had a year where you made yourself – your wants and needs – front and centre to the Universe.

A recurrent theme among my current retreat participants is that each year, no matter what their initial intentions, time slips away and they find themselves (once again…) putting everyone else and everyone else’s dreams and goals before themselves.

But how can this serve us?

I believe it can’t.

I’m not talking about selfishness, self-centredness and egoism. I’m talking about choosing to be good to yourself, to make room for your interests and goals, to speak up for yourself, to meet your needs, and…

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Some aboriginal peoples have long practiced “subsistence agriculture,” i.e., permaculture!

Thank you for sharing this. The idea and process of working with nature is ancient and readily accessible/adaptable to any land. The links below this article are very useful, everybody please read and share. The benefits to planet and people of returning to cocreation wuth nature wherever we live cannot be overstated.

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The manuscript of survival – part 377

Thank you Aisha!

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As you have perhaps already noticed, the speed with which things are happening now has increased exponentially, and many of you will find yourself holding your breath at times now, as the view from within will seem to be one of motion blur. Let us explain. As we told you, utilize that small breather you were given over the weekend, for now, things will once again take on a new speed, and indeed direction. For now, you will all feel compelled to stop hanging around as it were, and even if the view from your current station may be construed as a pleasant one, it is not the view you have come to see. For you have far loftier goals, dear ones, and as such, resting on your laurels will be a thing of the past.

We know this will raise more than a few hackles, as you have certainly…

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The Oracle Report Monday, December 9, 2013


First Quarter Moon Phase: step out, take action, grow, express

Moon: PIsces

Diamond Sky Dakinis Rule This Lunar Month, Not The Mahavidyas

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We move to the First Quarter Moon phase today, continuing this lunar month’s theme of “a flag that turns into an eagle that crows.” Higher orders, ideals, visions, and powers flow through us strongly today, asking us to rise to what is worthwhile. The energy calls us to spiritual action.
It takes a wise owl to see that what is truly worthwhile is anything which supports, respects, upholds, and dignifies the free and collaborative expression of the human mind with the planetary mind. This expression is displayed through many things: relationships, work, parenting, art, music, dance, projects, etc. Reverance is what transforms unconscious activities into sacred activities. So all aspects of life are sacred when we hold reverance – love and respect – for them. This notion or ideal should underpin all actions today.

There is also a strong protective element to today’s energy. Is there something you need to protect? If unexpectedly called to respond to something, keep reverance and worthiness in mind.

This lunar month is the “Disseminating” time of year. The natural order of life inclines us toward sharing and expressing our thoughts and ideas with others. This is enhanced by the First Quarter phase of the moon which prompts us to step out and grow. We grow when we share and receive feedback. Collaborative processes make things stronger.

Many of the astrological influences today empasize the idea of “ascension” of consciousness. I prefer to use the term “descension” to confer the idea that it is through the planet that we “ascend.” It would seem that we would look up to “rise,” but it can actually only happen by looking all around. We “ascend” by going down and through. This is an esoteric way to say that grounding ourselves with nature is the only way we stay sane and grow. Don’t be carried off otherwise.

The idea today is to be lofty of mind while remaining firmly rooted. It is a technique that is worthy of all wise owls.


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Truthout Daily Digest December 8, 2013

Hell on Wings – Cellphones Don’t Belong on Planes

John de Graaf, Truthout: The FCC is to decide whether to allow cell phone conversations on planes. Is that a good thing? John de Graaf doesn’t think so.

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Noam Chomsky: It Is All Working Quite Well for the Rich, Powerful

C.J. Polychroniou and Anastasia Giamali, Truthout: Noam Chomsky discusses Greece, one- and two-state solutions for Israel, “really existing capitalism,” debt, the social contract and more.

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Slavery’s Legacies of Racism and Dehumanization of Labor Still Poison the US

Mark Karlin, Truthout: The popular movie and 1853 book, Twelve Years a Slave, about a free man’s devastating experience is a timely reminder of the legacy of slavery and the lingering pressure of white male privilege that still perpetuates equality today.

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In Kabul, Hagel Says Clock is Ticking on US Exit Deal

James Rosen, McClatchy Newspapers: Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel told Afghan Defense Minister Bismullah Khan Mohammadi that continued delay in signing the accord would create difficulties for Afghanistan, the United States and its NATO allies.

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More UN States Quietly Say No to Drug War

Samuel Oakford, Inter Press Service: An internal United Nations draft document leaked last weekend has offered outsiders a rare look at longstanding disagreements between member states over the course of UN drug policy.

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Forces of Outrage: Best Military in the World, Really?

John LaForge, CounterPunch: The US government continues to claim that the US military is the best in the world despite glaring reports of sexual misconduct and excessive violence.

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Chicago Neighborhoods Fight for $1.7B in Unused Cash

Brad Wong, Equal Voice: Grassroots organizations in Chicago are fighting to redistribute tax surplus funds from the city to improve conditions that are driving low income residents out of the city.

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How Shall We Remember Nelson Mandela?

Richard Eskow, Campaign for America’s Future: The life of Nelson Mandela was a complicated political journey that spanned decades and helped shape our idea of freedom and democracy. How his legacy will be remembered matters less than the work we do to continue it.

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The Drug Policy Alliance exposes how Federal prosecutors routinely threaten extraordinarily severe prison sentences to coerce drug defendants into waiving their right to trial; Darius Shahtahmasebi examines rape culture in New Zealand; Uruguay might be next in line to legalize marijuana; The Social Work Degree Guide has created an amazing infographic about the war on the homeless; Lamont Lilly writes about another violent encounter with the Durham Police Department; Bryna Cofrin-Shaw describes how the “Spirit of Compromise” is not enough to address climate change; Harrison Samphir discusses the future of climate change studies after the Warsaw conference; and more.

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