Interview 939 – Geneva Business Insider with David Smith

by | Sep 11, 2014 | Interviews | 5 comments

This month on the Geneva Business Insider, James and David preview next week’s Scottish independence vote and the various political forces that are clashing as the Scottish people go to the polls. We discuss the push for NATO membership, EU membership and a central bank for “free” Scotland and how it undermines the entire push for independence. We also examine the latest on the ceasefire in Eastern Ukraine and the specter of a cyber-hacking bank bailout.


Scottish referendum: Polls may be too close to call, but trend is towards yes

UK Ministry of Defence Has ‘No Contingency Plan’ for Scottish Referendum Split

Nutmeg switches £50m of British savings into US investments

World’s first vote on economic inequality

Yes vote ‘means big Scots EU boost’

Ukraine death toll edges up despite ceasefire, more POWs freed

Joe Biden’s Son Appointed Director of Ukraine’s Largest Gas Company

Amid Intensifying Requests, American Military Aid to Ukraine Stalls

Malaysian Jet Over Ukraine Was Downed by ‘High-Energy Objects,’ Dutch Investigators Say

Russian response to MH17 report muted

The Causes of the MH17 Crash are “Classified”. Ukraine, Netherlands, Australia, Belgium Signed a “Non-disclosure Agreement”

Russian hackers said to attack JPMorgan, four other banks

The Cyber-Terror Bank Bailout: They’re Already Talking About It, and You May Be on the Hook


  1. The break up of countries within the EU is obviously a bad thing, the sovereignty UK took to Scotland will go too Brussels, not Edinburgh. As the PhD professor in globalization Pierre Hillard says: “the globalists chew countries to digest them better”, each time a region gets a little more power delegated from its country, Brussels gets an even bigger share. The goal is to enforce Brussels, the regional gain is a consolation prize.

    Here is a map published in 2002 by the Assembly of European Regions (an organisation that aims to totally regionalize Europe): It’s from an article Pierre Hillard published back in 2003 on the Voltaire Network in which he was anticipating the nowadays rising independence movements in Belgium, Catalonia, Venice and Scotland:

    Pierre Hillard gave an outstanding demonstration of these globalists’ regionalization plans back to the 18th century on MetaTV, mostly by working from blueprint maps published by globalist institutions, organizations or think-tanks: His work is a reference on this topic (at least in French, here on the French, but MetaTV and Voltaire Network are both co-founded by Thierry Meyssan both refer to him, it’s a small world), I believe he speaks good English, maybe James would be interested in interviewing him?

    BTW, a funny example of hypocrisy here is Daniel Cohn Bendit (leftist who lead the first colored revolution in May 1968 in France against De Gaulle, he’s now leading the golbalist European Green party) teaming up with a far right party such as NVA (Nieuw-Vlaamse Alliantie) because they both want to split Belgium in two. Countries are an obstacle to gobalization, they have to be liquidated. I’m not an ideological not nostalgic nationalist, but I do know that when something goes against globalists’ will it’s usually something that is good for me (at least in the current paradigm).

    Too bad that the positive note isn’t compatible with a iPatriot-Act, but that’s better than nothing 🙂

    Here is a video where Larry Lessig and Joi Ito (who are/were close to Obama and the White House) talk about the iPatriot Act:

      • I forgot, they also aim to erase the countries’ borders by creating new regional blocks over borders. The region I’m living in (Midi-Pyrénées, France) is in a Euro-Region block with Languedoc-Roussillon (France) and Catalunia (Spain).

  2. Russia proposes appointing special UN chief envoy for MH17 crash probe

    Thanks for the mention of my blog entry re MH17. Here is an update from RT as of today (September 19, 2014)

    “…Russia proposes that UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon looks at the possibility of appointing a UN special envoy for the MH17 crash probe. Russian Permanent Representative at the UN, Vitaly Churkin, also said on Friday at a UN Security Council meeting that a special mission should be sent to the crash site in eastern Ukraine in collaboration with the OSCE, ITAR-TASS reported. Churkin also urged Western states to publish information they have on the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.”


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