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Mindconnection eNL, 2014-01-05

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Good News | Product Highlight | Brainpower | Finances | Security | Health/Fitness | Factoid | Thought 4 the Day

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1. Good News

Iceland has jailed several leading banksters. Earlier, this tiny nation had refused to kneel before the banksters and refuted their extortion. Instead, they did something very unusual: they relied upon rule of law. This is very good news, because it brings new hope to the lawlessness-inflicted victim-citizens of the USA. Perhaps rule of law in our lifetime?

From Howard:

Four former big names of Icelandic failed bank Kaupthing have been sentenced to prison by a court in Reykjavík yesterday for their involvement in market abuses related to a stake taken in the bank by Qatari sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Bin Hamad al-Thani just weeks before its collapse in 2008.

Read the full story: http://www.icenews.is/2013/12/13/icelandic-bank-executives-sentenced-to-jail/ 

An interesting development is that they've now rewritten their Constitution. The particulars are instructive; read them in this article: http://guardianlv.com/2013/12/icelanders-overthrow-government-and-rewrite-constitution-after-banking-fraud-no-word-from-us-media/

So why have the state-run USA media not picked up this story? It's not that the criminals are afraid the US Constitution might get rewritten. They are afraid it might get dusted off and actually used. That could cost them several trillions of dollars of illegal booty each month.

That's it for the good news about banksters getting their due (for now).

More good news (thanks again to Howard) is that South Korea has joined the list of nations banning endocrine disrupter-enhanced, neurotoxin-enhanced grains from import. Apparently, the so-called "federal regulators" in the USA believe we have a shortage of people with endocrine system malfunction and neural diseases. I'm not sure it's an enumerated power of the federal government to help inflict these diseases, but maybe I just read that short list too fast.

In South Korea, the decision-makers in government do not feel that their government should help South Korean people get those diseases. A nice concept, when you think about it. So they have banned Monsanto's brain-damaging GMO grains.

Sources:

It's good news for the people of South Korea. And it's good news for us also because it brings hope that someday we, too (in the USA), will have an actual federal government with agencies that actually try to protect us from psychopaths instead of serve as their enforcement thugs against responsible producers.

Hmm. I could buy a Korean 900 series pocket translator (see below) and move to South Korea....

2. Product Highlight

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  • Language learning apps.
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They come in these various permutations:

  • One language paired with English (e.g. Russian-English).
  • Sets of languages paired with English (e.g., 6-language Euro).
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3. Brainpower tip

Charlie sent this item that serves as an example of brainpower being used. I am using it directly, without correcting the language abuse errors such as referring to Obummercare as "Obamacare," The Unaffordable Crime Act as the "Affordable Care Act," etc.

It's a great example of how to connect dots that need to be connected before reaching any conclusions about something.

***


This has been bugging me since the passage of Obamacare, and no one seems to be addressing it.

The Affordable Heath Care Act was comprised of some 2,500 pages of law, give or take, depending on who you ask.
Those 2500 pages have been translated into some 20,000 to 30,000 pages of regulations, depending on who you ask.

So here are my questions, and please think about these numbers:

1. How many man-hours did it take to translate the 2,500-page bill into those 20,000 to 30,000 pages of regulations, and what did it cost to do so?

2. How many man-hours will it take to disseminate the specific regulations contained in those 20,000 to 30,000 pages of regulations to the proper millions of recipients affected by each of those regulations, and what will it cost to do so?
(or is everyone expected to read the 20,000 to 30,000 pages... "to find out what's in them"?)

3. How many man-hours will it take for all of the businesses, doctors, hospitals, insurance companies, accountants, tax accountants, lawyers, and individuals to translate those regulations, determine how they affect themselves and their organizations, implement the changes to comply with those regulations, and of course actually pay the costs to comply, and what will it cost to do so?

4. How many man-hours will it take to determine who is not in compliance with those regulations, and what will it cost to do so?

5. How many man-hours will it take to actually enforce compliance with those regulations, and what will it cost to do so?

Now, if your head is about to explode, I have one more question:

6. How much actual health care did any of this money buy for anyone?

I'm guessing the cost of all that paperwork could have simply purchased health insurance for the supposed millions of people that the bill was passed to insure.

This is how the Federal Government "solves" problems... by generating mountains of paperwork (that actually produces nothing) for the rest of us, and then celebrating all of the new "jobs" they just created.
 

4. Finance tip

Obummercare has broken every promise it has made. This is no surprise to non-zombies, since most of those promises contradicted second grade math (some contradicted first grade math, so are not counted in the first group).

Now even the poster child for Obummercare suck-sess, Julia, has turned out to be the wrong poster child for the propagandists: http://reallifeofjulia.tumblr.com/. Since Obummercare has thus far been a poor execution of  doomed to fail concept, the propagandists should not have picked anybody as a poster child. Ah, criminals and psychopaths; they often make such poor decisions.

We need to kill Obummercare. The members of CONgress are not responding to what the victims of this scam are telling them, so we need to go to the employers of the creeps in CONgress and tell THEM. This is basic common sense. If the clerk doesn't help you, then speak to the manager.

How to do it:

Visit the Websites of the employing corporations and use the Contact Us form to say you're telling other people to boycott firms that support the Unaffordable Care Act.

Just who are those firms? It's not rocket science to figure this out. For example, gee, insurance is mandatory. Would insurance companies benefit from that?

Big pharma, large hospital chains run by Wall Street financial types, makers of processed foods, and big law firms are just some of the types of corporations benefitting from the UCA. If they hear from enough people, they'll find some OTHER way to steal from us rather than this abominable attack on the medical care system.

 

5. Security tip

Criminals and their zombie acolytes often criticize the nation's leading civil rights group, always using fictitious "reasons" that cannot possibly arise from anything it says or does.

To understand why these criminals are so adamant about violating one civil liberty in particular, you must understand the genesis of their program to stomp it out. Here's testimony from "black" civil rights leaders:

http://www.youtube.com/embed/9RABZq5IoaQ?feature=player_embedded

 

6. Health tip/Fitness tips

From Howard:

Like fruits and vegetables, many spices are rich in antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, and antibacterial compounds.

Used regularly, herbs can help your health in many ways including reducing inflammation, fighting free radicals, aiding digestion, improving circulation, lowering blood sugar, and boosting your immune system. Unfortunately, they don't lower your taxes but you can't have everything.

This URL takes you to a list of common spices:

http://healthydebates.com/comprehensive-list-healthy-spices/ 

Among other things, it shows what foods these spices go with and what their positive effects are.

 

At age 51.
Click for more detail.

I'm a heavy spice user, and have been advocating spices for years. In a recent eNL, I discussed turmeric. If your taste palette is limited to salt and high fructose corn syrup (that would make you a typical American), you miss out not only on many great flavors but also on many great health benefits.

A friend of mine has a walk-in pantry with two shelves completely full of spices; probably over 100 different ones. I would not even begin to know how to use most of them or what their health benefits are. She seems quite adept at using them. I think her example is a bit extreme, but it shows that having only a dozen or so spices on hand (and knowing how to use them) is easily doable.

My sister has experimented with ethnic cuisine from around the world, and can make several amazing Indian dishes. Something you may find helpful is to find someone of a different ethnicity and each help the other make an ethnic food. So, for example, an Indian might show you how to make Navrattan Pullao and if you're from south Texas you might show your friend how to make five-alarm chili.

Or, just pick a spice on that list and start using it regularly. Then add another one in about a month.

 

At www.supplecity.com, you'll find plenty of informative, authoritative articles on maintaining a lean, strong physique. It has nothing to do with long workouts or impossible to maintain diets. In fact:
  • The best workouts are short and intense.
  • A good diet contains far more flavors and satisfaction than the typical American diet.

7. Factoid

The Mona Lisa has no eyebrows. In the Renaissance era, it was fashion to shave them off. Most members of CONgress have taken a cue from this, except instead of having no eyebrows they have no scruples.

8. Thought for the Day

When judges cost less than hookers, you can expect a lot of people to get screwed. Given what some of these clowns have ruled lately, they must be going pretty cheap.

 

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The views expressed in this e-newsletter are generally not shared by criminals, zombies, or brainwashed individuals.

Except where noted, this e-newsletter is entirely the work of Mark Lamendola. Anything presented as fact can be independently verified. Often, sources are given; but where not given, they are readily available to anyone who makes the effort.

Mark provides information from either research or his own areas of established expertise. Sometimes, what appears to be a personal opinion is the only possibility when applying sound logic--reason it out before judging! (That said, some personal opinions do appear on occasion).

The purpose of this publication is to inform and empower its readers (and save you money!).

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