Saturday, February 15, 2014

Day by Day Cartoon: Obama's State Dinner


Day By Day Cartoons by Chris Muir

(Updated) The Russians Are Getting the Enemy They Deserve

The Russians, although unhappy with the way the EU and the US behave, do seem to understand the postmodern mindset of current Western leaders very well


That's because they introduced the West to cultural Marxism in the first place in order to destroy the culture from within.

Postmodern thought was made possible by the reactionary Counter-Enlightenment philosophers Rousseau, Kant and Hegel. The current variety is using cultural Marxism as a weapon to bludgeon the West's cultural roots on a daily basis (text, video). Not much is left at this stage. 

Competitor Rips Wilders' Economic NExit Report

The average household could be better off by over £8,000 a year and national income will grow by over £1 trillion if the Netherlands leaves the euro and the EU, according to a new study


Geert Wilders' euroskeptic Freedom Party is expected win the May European Elections in a landslide. 

UPDATE: The Economist trashes the report by Capital Economics. It's all fear mongering! No further argument needed. It's too kind, says Capital's competitor economist Sony Kapoor:



Movie Theater: The Shirley Temple Story (full movie)

Shirley Temple Black, child prodigee turned diplomat, who starred in a series of films that lifted the spirits of millions during the hard days of the Depression, has died this week at age 85



This is a movie biopic made about the most famous child star of all time, Shirley temple.


Related


Leaked EU document: 'savings to plug financial gap'

Last week "an EU executive" leaked a curious document to Reuters. The report that ensued was entitled, "EU executive sees personal savings used to plug long-term financing gap"


More people than just our editors appear to have had trouble placing this news in the scheme of things. 

The intrepid Tyler Durden at Zerohedge has the story.

Europe Considers Wholesale Savings Confiscation, Enforced Redistribution 


At first we thought Reuters had been punk'd in its article titled "EU executive sees personal savings used to plug long-term financing gap" which disclosed the latest leaked proposal by the European Commission, but after several hours without a retraction, we realized that the story is sadly true. Sadly, because everything that we warned about in "There May Be Only Painful Ways Out Of The Crisis" back in September of 2011, and everything that the depositors and citizens of Cyprus had to live through, seems on the verge of going continental.