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Abby Martin takes a look at the consumption-driven holiday known as Black Friday and highlights a few of the more memorable Black Friday moments in recent years.
Black Friday an Epic Fail
There have been two public and high profile “decapitations” over the weekend. One literal and One metaphoric. The public very violent decapitation by a “mentally unstable man” of an elderly Woman in Tenerife, and the other more, secretive, symbolic one of Dominique Strauss Kahn the HEAD of the IMF and who is also Jewish. Both must represent something as both were carried out about the same time, on or around Friday 13th May. Black Friday. Cutting off the head, on a Friday was common practice in the past as Friday was the day in ancient times of symbolic decapitation.
THERE are many references to decaptitation on FRIDAYS. Christians celebrate on Friday as the day of the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Good Friday. The number and date 13th has always been Auspicious. especially on a Friday. Also it is believed that on October 13, 1307, a day so infamous that Friday the 13th would become a synonym for Bad Luck, officers of King Philip IV of France carried out mass arrests of several thousand Templars. This was mentioned in the Da Vinci Code book..and interestingly connected, Strauss Kahn’s wife is a Sinclair, also the same “family” name of the main female character in the Da Vinci Code book….and French. hmm. There seems to be an “arcane” or other worldly connection in these events. Perhaps he peed off the Rothschild “entities”, didn’t want to follow the program, or was a real threat to the “order”..Not following the program? or something more profound. Warring factions within the “Master Monetary” group perhaps? I mean, don’t they kill off those who run foul of them?… No, they must have plans here and plans for the IMF. This is a very symbolic decapitation of the head of the IMF . . .
Sourced from HERE Dominique Strauss-Kahn: minister doesn’t rule out ‘set up’ A French government minister has said he could not rule out that IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s arrest for alleged sexual assault was the result of a set-up with political motives. We cannot rule out the thought of a trap,” Henri de Raincourt, minister for overseas co-operation in President Nicolas Sarkozy’s government, said in a broadcast interview. “I refuse to have a personal opinion and say, ‘Yes it was a trap,’ or ‘No, it wasn’t a trap.’ I don’t know,” he said.”I note that this has happened just after the affair of the car and the suit in a short space of time,” he added, referring to sniping at the Socialist presidential hopeful for using a Porsche and wearing tailor-made clothes.”I am not ruling anything out,” Raincourt added. “If this turns out to have been a trap, let me tell you that it would not be to the credit of those who set it.”
Strauss-Kahn had not yet formally announced his bid to run for president for the opposition Socialist party and was trotting the globe as head of the International Monetary Fund, a key player in handling the financial crisis.Police arrested him on a plane about to take off from New York on Saturday and charged him with sexually assaulting and trying to rape a maid in a hotel. US media said she had entered his hotel suite thinking it was unoccupied. Strauss-Kahn’s lawyers said he would deny all the accusations and plead not guilty. He was expected to be formally arraigned before a New York judge later on Sunday. Sniping by Strauss-Kahn’s political rivals has been growing in an election fight that risked getting ever dirtier, against a backdrop of long-standing claims about Strauss-Kahn’s conduct in private with women. Strauss-Kahn’s wife Anne Sinclair and allies have defended him. “I am convinced it is an international conspiracy,” said Michelle Sabban, a senior councillor for the greater Paris region and a Strauss-Kahn loyalist. “It’s the IMF they wanted to decapitate, not so much the Socialist primary candidate,” she said. “It’s not like him. Everyone knows that his weakness is seduction, women. That’s how they got him.” (end snip)
We know that there have been many public decapitations using “sex” or allegations involving some sort of sexual circumstance before.. That is how they operate, and keep their minions in place, manipulate or destroy them. Bill Clinton comes to mind. Strauss Kahn was due to meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel yesterday and European finance ministers today and tomorrow to fine tune a multibillion-dollar bailout package for Portugal, as well as consider new measures to counter Greece’s worsening sovereign debt crisis. It really looks like someone wants him out of the way and discredited. Strauss Kahn’s arrest also comes at a critical moment in France’s upcomming elections He has been rumoured to seek the opposition Socialist Party’s nomination for president, with opinion polls suggesting he would likely replace Nicolas Sarkozy.
Has the IMF suffered a fatal “head” wound? It will be interesting to see if these charges reflect the cuttting off the head of the IMF and it’s demise? into something much more sinister..and obviously controlled by the same ”entities” that are the Money Powers with one of their many HYDRA HEADS in New York . . .
Speaking of Money Powers, maybe it has something to do with Greece? A rebellion of sorts? Warring factions do come to mind. WHY? Would they want to (quote)“DECAPITATE THE IMF?” I’m sure it has something to do with the SECRET MEETING on the 6th May about the Greece “bailout” and factions within the top monetary powers are not in agreeance. IS HE is the Scapegoat? snips from HERE Greece Considers Exit from Euro Zone “The debt crisis in Greece has taken on a dramatic new twist. Sources with information about the government’s actions have informed SPIEGEL ONLINE that Athens is considering withdrawing from the euro zone. The common currency area’s finance ministers and representatives of the European Commission are holding a secret crisis meeting in Luxembourg on Friday night Given the tense situation, the meeting in Luxembourg has been declared highly confidential, with only the euro-zone finance ministers and senior staff members permitted to attend. In short, a Greek withdrawal from the euro zone and an ensuing national default would be expensive for euro-zone countries and their taxpayers. Together with the International Monetary Fund, the EU member states have already pledged €110 billion ($159.5 billion) in aid to Athens — half of which has already been paid out. “Should the country become insolvent,” the paper reads, “euro-zone countries would have to renounce a portion of their claims.” (end snips) Is this beheading of the “IMF head” fallout from that “secret meeting“? Just an update from here: Euro down as IMF arrest weighs on EU debt woes: The euro fell half a cent in opening Asian trade Monday as markets fretted that talks on Greece’s debt crisis would be thrown into disarray by the arrest of IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn. (end snip)