blogdog: CT School Shooter Killer Link To LIBOR SCANDAL?_Fabian4Liberty

December 16, 2012

Saturday, December 15, 2012

CT School Shooter Killer Link To LIBOR SCANDAL?_Fabian4Liberty


Published on Dec 15, 2012
BREAKING NEWS: CT School Shooter Killer Link To LIBOR SCANDAL?
The father of Newtown Connecticut school shooter Adam Lanza is Peter Lanza who is a VP and Tax Director at GE Financial. The father of Aurora Colorado movie theater shooter James Holmes is Robert Holmes, the lead scientist for the credit score company FICO. Both men were to testify before the US Senate in the ongoing LIBOR scandal. The London Interbank Offered Rate, known as Libor, is the average interest rate at which banks can borrow from each other. 16 international banks have been implicated in this ongoing scandal, accused of rigging contracts worth trillions of dollars. HSBC has already been fined $1.9 billion and three of their low level traders arrested.
Posted by dogcicle at 9:04 PM 


  1. I’m trying to get to the source of this information. Does the author or anyone else out there know where this is coming from? I’m seeing PLENTY of people repeating it, but I want to have my FACTS straight!

  • I didn’t hear about the idiot from Colorado. But I did hear the shooter from CT his father worked for GE. What I had read that there was a person shot in Colorado who’s father was to testify about LIBOR. Now in NY about a month ago two children were killed by there nanny which was very bizzare circumstance. There father worked for CNBC and just wrote a article about the LIBOR lawsuit in Brooklyn Federal Court.

  • to right an all,always something sinister behind the scenes.and kids get killed by some nutter,what a shame and the loss of life.when wil people of the world wake up,andtry to find out what is going on,as allway,s fabian4liberty gets it merley right again keep the truth,coming out peace to all humans.boon

  • Nothing surprise me anymore. The devil is here to destroy.

  • The Aurora shooter was also supposedly involved in a form of government psychological testing program in upstate New York. This was according to a guest on Coast to Coast last month. I caught the conversation while driving and didn’t get details or the guests name. He was retired from government service and explained what part he took in the experiments.

  • I am reading, but cannot pass along with sort of credible sources documented. Could very well be true. What are sources (persons) of and elements of research?

  • I am reading, but cannot pass along with sort of credible sources documented. Could very well be true. What are sources (persons) of and elements of research?

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    Documentary exposes the downside of wind power

    February 4, 2012
    (Louis Armstrong – Blue Yodel No.9 (1997, “The Complete RCA Victor Recordings 1932-56”)

    ( hear a lot from the President, his environmental allies, and crony capitalists regarding the wonders of wind energy. Obama’s favorite crony capitalist, who is also a prominent supporter, heads up General Electric, a prime beneficiary of the wind power subsidies, grants, and mandates that have poured forth from the federal government ever since the president took power. These subsidies — giveaways — will be severely cut back at the end of this year unless Congress and the President extend them.
    Now comes a documentary ” Windfall” that reports on the many downsides from wind power development that you will not hear about from its promoters: neighbors suffering from the effects of these towers and their spinning propellers, among them. But the problems go beyond the “whopping, whopping” and strobe effect of the blades rotation. The movie is a revelation about the dark underside of green energy. These schemes might enrich their promoters who donate to Democrats. They also might give a warm and fuzzy feeling for  environmentalists in big cities whose exposure to them may be limited to seeing them along the road as they motor to their vacation homes. But they cause a lot of misery for the common folks left behind.
    Here is a trailer of the documentary.
    The Wall Street Journal reviewed the movie when it first started hitting the film festival circuit:

    The film offers few experts on either side of the debate; rather, it allows local townspeople to discuss their own research, experiences and fears, such as the wind turbine’s “flicker effect,” as the machines pass across the sun and cast immense shadows, as well as the dangers of their low frequency hum.
    Robert Bryce, author of “Power Hungry: The Myths of ‘Green’ Energy and the Real Fuels of the Future,” and a frequent critic of the wind industry (in the op-ed pages of the Wall Street Journal), says the “infrasound” issue is the most problematic for the wind industry. “They want to dismiss it out of hand, but the low frequency noise is very disturbing,” he explains. “I interviewed people all over, and they all complained with identical words and descriptions about the problems they were feeling from the noise.”

    A more updated review by John Anderson for the Wall Street Journal was published on Friday;

    They’re sustainable, they produce no emissions and they’ll reduce U.S. dependency on foreign oil. Right? Not quite. And living next to one seems like a nightmare.
    Ms. Israel’s movie proves, once again, that the best nonfiction cinema possesses the same attributes as good fiction: Strong characters, conflict, story arc, visual style. The people of Meredith, be they pro or con the wind-turbine plan being fast-tracked by their town council, are articulate, passionate, likable. The issues are argued with appropriate gravity, and even though Ms. Israel, a Meredith homeowner herself, is clearly antiturbine, the other side gets a chance to speak its piece: Farmers, an endangered species, need income. Turbine leases are a way to it. But not only do the energy and ecological benefits fall short of what they’re cracked up to be, the turbines themselves are an environmental disaster: The monotonous whoosh of the propellers, the constant strobing effect caused by the 180-foot-long propellers, the threat of ice being hurled by the blades, the knowledge that it’s never going to end, all adds up to a recipe for madness. And that’s just during the movie.

    European nations have indebted themselves to spread this inefficient fad across their continent. Now they are slashing the subsidies for this boondoggle. The wind industry cannot survive without the oxygen of taxpayer dollars. Barack Obama made clear in his State of the Union address that he intends to double down and continue to waste billions of dollars on these green schemes and the public be damned.
    Informed citizens whose money will line the pockets of wind promoters may want to check out this well-reviewed movie.