The River-Merchant’s Wife

After Li Po

While my hair was still cut straight
     across my forehead
I played at the front gate, pulling
You came by on bamboo stilts, playing
You walked about my seat, playing with
     blue plums.
And we went on living in the village of
Two small people, without dislike or

At fourteen I married My Lord you.
I never laughed, being bashful.
Lowering my head, I looked at the wall.
Called to, a thousand times, I never
     looked back.

At fifteen I stopped scowling,
I desired my dust to be mingled with
Forever and forever and forever.
Why should I climb the lookout?

At sixteen you departed,
You went into far Ku-to-en, by the river
     of swirling eddies,
And you have been gone five months.
The monkeys make sorrowful noise

You dragged your feet when you went
By the gate now, the moss is grown,
     the different mosses,
Too deep to clear them away!
The leaves fall early this autumn, in
The paired butterflies are already
     yellow with August
Over the grass in the West garden;
They hurt me.  I grow older.
If you are coming down through the
     narrows of the river Kiang,
Please let me know beforehand,
And I will come out to meet you
          As far as Cho-fu-sa.


Originally posted on a.nolen:

OSCAR: The Most Unintentionally Honest Hollywood Propaganda Film. OSCAR: The Most Unintentionally Honest Hollywood Propaganda Film.

Last month I looked at A.C. Spectorsky, the brains behind CIA frontPlayboy magazine, and who he decided to promote on his magazine’s cover between 1959-76. By far the most promoted movie director was accused pedophile Woody Allen [9 separate covers], followed by convicted pedophile Roman Polanski [2] and Lolita director Stanley Kubrick [2]. However, the 1963 movie Cleopatra is the only film to be featured on two Playboy covers during this period. Why would this film have been given so much promotion by Spectorsky?

January 1963, Spectorsky's first Cleopatra plug. January 1963, Spectorsky’s first Cleopatra plug.

February 1963, Spectorsky's second Cleopatra plug. February 1963, Spectorsky’s second Cleopatra plug: “The Chicks of Cleopatra”.

I decided I’d better watch Cleopatra. It wasn’t long before I realized that this marathon film is a garish, 192 minute ad for the American ‘New World Order’– specifically, directors Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Rouben Mamoulian and Darryl F. Zanuck

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“absolutely nonpolitical” – total power


One might wonder where the names of rothchild, warburg, schiff, loeb are to be found????  After all these were the big american banks when the BIS was started.

Also a bit of interest is Charles Coombs connection to wartime american intelligence:

He later received a Ph.D. in economics at Harvard after serving as a counterintelligence agent in the Middle East during World War II. Served With U.S. Mission He was hire d by the Federal Reserve on his return from wartime service and s hortly afterward was sent to Greece as chief of the finance divis ion of the United States aid mission to that country. (and look at Greece today- H)

Originally posted on Niqnaq:

Meet The Secretive Group That Runs The World
Tyler Durden, ZeroHedge, Apr 12 2015

BIS committee

Over the centuries there have been many stories, some based on loose facts, others based on hearsay, conjecture, speculation and outright lies, about groups of people who “control the world.” Some of these are partially accurate, others are wildly hyperbolic, but when it comes to the historic record, nothing comes closer to the stereotypical, secretive group determining the fate of over 7 billion people, than the Bank of International Settlements, which hides in such plain sight that few have ever paid much attention. This is their story. The following is an excerpt from TOWER OF BASEL: The Shadowy History of the Secret Bank that Runs the World by Adam LeBor. Reprinted with permission from PublicAffairs.

BIS tableFirst unofficial meeting of the BIS Board of Directors in Basel, Apr 1930

The world’s most exclusive club has eighteen members…

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