G. Edward Griffin explains that corporations are really people who make an agreement to engage in economic enterprise. And that the PEOPLE within corporations should be held accountable for criminal acts.
Saturday, November 05, 2011
Angelo: Information emerging backing our conjecture that the UK riots were largely staged as "false flag" events in order to support efforts to enact harsher, patriot act style legislation to the UK.
Iceland was one of the hardest hit nations in the immediate aftermath of the September 2008 economic meltdown. Asked by their own government to pay Britain and Holland for bailing out their Icesave-exposed banks, the people overwhelmingly said "no." Do the actions of the Icelandic people present an example for the rest of the world as we see the global economy teetering on the edge of collapse? Find out on this week's GRTV Feature Interview with Michael Hudson.
Angelo: From my perspective, the law in the UK has been a very sad joke. I do not trust it, I have seen at first hand that it is so blunt as to be very much the source and protector of wrong. It is rotten at the core being purposely set up to be difficult to understand and obscure, in a society which incarcerates it's young into state education until at least 16 yet has failed to explain to them even the basics of the convoluted legal system. Along with sound money, we will also require sound law.