Wednesday, October 12, 2011

I AM NOT MOVING - Occupy Wall Street


Message from the maker: please share with everyone, including your leaders. Mirroring is encouraged, but pls don't change video in any way. This video is meant to be a warning to our leaders. 

Reggie Middleton's Control Wall Street Project

Reggie Middleton's Control Wall Street Project: 
How the Common Man Can Control Wall Street 

Reggie Middleton, the only person to accurately call nearly every major bank collapse and market crash of the "Great Recession" shows the average person how he or she can control their Wall Street bank. Follow his instructions on doing the same through twitter.com/reggiemiddleton


"Britain can not afford to look at the real numbers on their books without trashing their economy." Bank of Cyprus, Bank of Ireland, Banks in Italy and France, leveraged at about 40 to 1 (they have taken every £1 we have on deposit as savers and borrowed £39 against it). 9% of UK GDP is held as bad assets! A 2% move would be a total wipe out.

Barroso In The Bunker Planning World Domination




Slovakia's opposition leader says the deal to approve expanding the EU bailout fund has been reached and it will be voted in later this week. Earlier, the country's parliament voted against it, which caused the collapse of country's ruling coalition. Slovakia was the only member to say 'no' to increasing the facility, which already got the green light from 16 of the 17 Eurozone members. RT talks to British Euro MP Nigel Farage.

Putin: US feeding off global dollar monopoly


Pushing through energy deals and boosting cooperation with the aim of balancing out the economic and political dominance of the West. Russia's Prime Minister is on a visit to China where an important agreement on the price of oil is already in place. RT's Marina Kosareva reports from Beijing.

Ron Paul Highlights - GOP Debate

Ground Zero of Financial Terrorism

LONDON CALLING! Protests Spread


Protests against the global financial system which have seen huge demonstrations in New York's Wall Street will spread to the City of London this weekend.
A number of campaign organisations, including direct action group UK Uncut, say they will support an occupation of the heart of the capital's financial centre on Saturday as part of a "global movement for real democracy" to highlight social and economic injustice.
The Occupy London Stock Exchange collective said a Facebook page on the protest had attracted more than 9,000 followers, with more than 3,500 confirmed attendees.
Laura Taylor, a supporter of the so-called OccupyLSX, said: "Why are we paying for a crisis the banks caused? More than a million people have lost their jobs and tens of thousands of homes have been repossessed, while small businesses are struggling to survive.
"Yet bankers continue to make billions in profit and pay themselves enormous bonuses, even after we bailed them out with £850 billion."
Another supporter, Kai Wargalla, added: "This is a people-powered movement protesting against the increasing social and economic injustice in the UK. We want to stand with the 99% - the overwhelming majority who value people over profit.
"We want to make our voices heard against greed, corruption and for a democratic, just society. We stand in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street, protesters in Spain, Greece and the Middle East who started this movement. They have inspired people all over the world to step forward and make their voices heard."
UK Uncut supporter Peter Hodgson said: "The success of the square occupations across Spain in calling for democracy and an end to austerity, alongside the rapid growth of the Wall Street occupation, has shown that this is what is needed in London and the UK. The government is ignoring its electorate as they impose these austerity measures." Source (art by Banksy)

Occupy Boston leads to massive arrests

Weeks after the Occupy movement started up, protests are still going strong and spreading. Unfortunately, so are the responses from law enforcement. Last night, over 100 demonstrators were arrested for participating in Occupy Boston.
Hip-hop artist Immortal Technique told RT that the video of New York City protesters being pepper-sprayed by the NYPD at the start of the movement served as a catalyst for public support. Though police may have hoped that their actions could keep the protesters down, crowds continue to gather in Lower Manhattan and elsewhere. The Occupy Wall Street movement spread out of Zuccotti Park in recent weeks and onto the Brooklyn Bridge where around 700 participants were arrested by the New York Police Department. RT reported earlier today that cops in Seattle, Washington are prohibiting protesters from using umbrellas while they occupy parks in the city and masses continue to swarm public spots in other parts of America.

Why Greece, Spain, and Ireland Are NOT to Blame

It’s all Greece’s fault. That’s what a lot of Europeans secretly—or not so secretly—think as they grumble at the prospect of coming up with yet more money to bail the eurozone out of its debt crisis. But what if that easy view of how Europe landed in its current predicament is not just simplistic, but wrong? 
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