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Global Pirate Banksters Look to Inflict a Manufactured Drought on California to Pull an Enron with Water through their Tool Arnold the Gropenfuhrer

http://www.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idUSTRE51Q5XC20090228
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger on Friday declared a state emergency due to drought and said he would consider mandatory water rationing in the face of nearly $3 billion in economic losses from below-normal rainfall this year. As many as 95,000 agricultural jobs will be lost, communities will be devastated and some growers in the most economically productive farm state simply are not able to plant, state officials said, calling the current drought the most expensive ever. Schwarzenegger, eager to build controversial dams as well as more widely backed water recycling programs, called on cities to cut back water use or face the first ever mandatory state restrictions as soon as the end of the month.

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February 28, 2009 Posted by | Agricultural Warfare, California Recall?, New World Order "Environmentalism" | 1 Comment

Arnold der Gropenfuhrer Attempts California Constitution Coup to Centralize More Power to the Governorship

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-cap26-2009feb26,0,2821475,full.column
From Sacramento — Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger says he “absolutely” loves the idea of holding a constitutional convention to overhaul state government. California hasn’t had such a confab in 131 years. But as Sacramento continues to embarrass itself, a citizens’ movement is mounting to call one. The Republican governor would like the convention to consider, among other things, eliminating some statewide offices — like treasurer, controller, superintendent of public instruction and, especially, lieutenant governor, all currently held by Democrats. “It makes no sense that the governor is surrounded by constitutional officers who are trying to derail him,” Schwarzenegger says. “Look at the way the nation runs: The president appoints those Cabinet positions.” He’d also like another crack at extending legislative term limits. Under the current limits, the governor says, “the staffs and the special interests are running the Capitol, and the legislators — the elected officials — can’t get up to speed in time before they have to bow out and leave. So it is not good for anybody.”

February 26, 2009 Posted by | California Recall? | Leave a comment

Governor prepares to send out 20,000 pink slips (time for Californians to pink slip their Governor)

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-budget17-2009feb17,0,1851008.story
Reporting from Sacramento — In an apparent effort to increase pressure on lawmakers negotiating an end to California’s fiscal crisis, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger is preparing to send pink slips to 20,000 state workers. The governor had delayed sending the layoff notices since Friday, hoping lawmakers would soon approve a package to close a nearly $41-billion budget gap. But despite intense negotiations since Saturday, Schwarzenegger and the Senate Democratic majority have been unable to secure a third Republican vote for a plan that includes more than $14 billion in new taxes.

February 17, 2009 Posted by | California Recall? | Leave a comment

World’s eighth largest economy bankrupt: California goes broke, halts $3.5 billion in payments

http://rawstory.com/news/2008/California_goes_broke_halts_3.5_billion_0202.html
California, the eighth largest economy in the world, is broke. “People are going to be hurt starting today,” said Hallye Jordan, speaking on behalf of the state Controller. “There’s no money.” Since state legislators failed to meet an end of January deadline on an agreement to make up for California’s $40 billion budget gap, residents won’t be getting their state tax rebates, scholarships to Cal Grant college will go unpaid, vendors invoices will remain uncollected and county social services will cease. At least, temporarily. Services and payments will resume once state legislators come to an agreement on the budget. “This time, there are real-world consequences,” said H.D. Palmer, spokesman for the California Department of Finance, in a report by KCRA in Sacramento. “Because we have not been able to get to a budget agreement, payments aren’t going to be made.”
…Californians, pay your taxes with IOUs and run a recall election for the Governor on the state issued IOUs as well.

February 3, 2009 Posted by | California Recall?, Financial High Treason | 1 Comment

California Already in Depression: State’s unemployment rate soars to 9.3% (time to recall the Gropenfuhrer)

http://www.bizjournals.com/losangeles/stories/2009/01/19/daily40.html
California’s unemployment rate climbed to 9.3 percent in December from 8.4 percent in November and 5.9 percent in December 2007, the state Employment Development Department said Friday.
…Time to recall election Arnold before he is allowed to become military governor of California in the face of certain massive unrest.

January 26, 2009 Posted by | California Recall? | Leave a comment

Time to Total Recall the Gropenfuhrer: California, a State of Unrest

http://www.mercurynews.com/centralcoast/ci_11463816
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger could not have been more blunt. Nothing is going to happen in California unless the huge budget deficit is dealt with. Normally, a governor in his annual State of the State address takes credit for his accomplishments for the past year and lays out an agenda for the coming year. But Schwarzenegger, if nothing else, has a sense of the dramatic, so he cut to the quick, literally, in a 12-minute warning aimed at legislators. The governor’s plan to deal with a deficit that will climb to at least $42 billion in 18 months is stark enough. He’s already told state workers they will need to take two days off a month without pay, starting next month. He’s told all state departments to take a 10 percent cut. All in all, he has come up with $17.4 billion in spending cuts, $14.3 billion in tax increases and $10 billion in borrowing.
…time to recall this fascist slime using the same grease trail method of a recall election that he used to slither into office.
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January 16, 2009 Posted by | California Recall? | Leave a comment

California Faces $42 Billion Shortfall, Time to Draft Steve Jobs or Steve Wozniak in a Recall Election Against Arnold the Gropenfuhrer?

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2009/01/03/eveningnews/main4696947.shtml?tag=topHome;topStories
(CBS) The shine is off the Golden State. The bruising national recession, plus a political stalemate in Sacramento have left California with a whopping $42 billion budget shortfall. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has called it a fiscal emergency. “Our economy is crying out for relief,” he said. “We are running out of cash by February.” The country’s biggest state soon won’t have money to pay its bills – things like highway maintenance – or fund its schools or other critical services.
…at least with one of the founders of Macintosh at the helm California can revitalize itself into a brand worth investing again that is at the forefront of innovation and prevent its ensnarement in the financial jaws of the Federal Government.
http://www.conspiracyplanet.com/channel.cfm?channelid=2&contentid=961
The Bush Cabal has lusted after California for a long time. And now with Arnold Schwarzenegger as Governor, they have finally realized their goal: to capture California, the world’s 10th largest economy. Even “presidential advisor” Karl Rove signed off on it. Most importantly, Arnold has been sanctioned by the Olympians. The European Families have authorized the deal and their American cousins at the Bohemian Grove seconded the motion to install Arnold as Governor. On Sept. 24, 2002, Reuters published a story called ‘Buffett’s Back, with the Terminator’ about Arnold and billionaire Warren Buffett visiting the ancestral home of the Rothschilds in England, where they “stepped onto Waddesdon’s freshly cut lawn to be greeted by Lord Jacob Rothschild… Among those invited to Waddesdon Manor were the likes of James Wolfensohn, president of the World Bank, Jorma Ollila, chief executive of Nokia and De Beers chairman Nicky Oppenheimer.
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January 4, 2009 Posted by | California Recall? | Leave a comment