3 May 2012

Minister Farrakhan Blasts Media Reporters During Radio Interview Commercial!

Farrakhan blasts the Mockingbird media.

97% Owned - Monetary (Ponzi Scheme) Reform documentary

97% owned present serious research and verifiable evidence on our economic and financial system. This is the first documentary to tackle this issue from a UK-perspective and explains the inner workings of Central Banks and the Money creation process.

When money drives almost all activity on the planet, it's essential that we understand it. Yet simple questions often get overlooked, questions like; where does money come from? Who creates it? Who decides how it gets used? And what does this mean for the millions of ordinary people who suffer when the monetary, and financial system, breaks down?

NY Times Notices That The Pirate Party May Be Changing Politics

from the slowly,-but-surely dept

We've talked about the growing success of The Pirate Parties in Europe, with particularly strong growth in Germany. While some continue to dismiss the phenomenon as unimportant, it appears that more and more people are realizing why it is important. I don't think more than maybe a handful of people actually believe The Pirate Party will ever become a significant political party on its own... but what it can do (and is already doing in some areas) is changing how politics works. Even the NY Times is taking notice, publishing a fascinating piece by Steve Kettmann about how The Pirate Party in Germany is having a much wider impact. He notes that the official platform -- and what many people associate the party with -- may be niche, but theoverall goal is something much bigger:
But their real goal, and the root of their success, is more meta: using the Internet to create a new structure of politics that can solve the problem of how to energize citizens — not only for the excitement of a campaign but also the often dreary realities of actual governance.
And he gives an example of how The Pirate Party is experimenting with technology to get the public much more engaged. They're not fighting back against the system just by talking -- but they're actually trying to hack the system from within:

Max Keiser on OWS, Financial Repression, Confronting Obama & Copyright Laws

"Athens is the front line go there and support them... Pirate parties all over the world are the political edge of the occupy movement." Luke Rudkowski interviews Max Keiser at Bryant Park after Max was done taping his TV show, The Keiser Report. Source

Chaos, clashes & religious tension: Fruits of Egypt revolution

The worst violence Egypt has seen in months is stoking political tensions in the country, ahead of the Presidential election. At least 11 people were killed and around 100 injured, when a group of 'unknown assailants' attacked protesters early on Wednesday

Quivering UK Peers warn against transactions tax

More than 70% of cash raised by a tax on financial transactions proposed by the European Commission (EC) would come from the UK's 1%, a House of Lords committee has warned.
The Lords EU Committee slammed the financial transaction tax (FTT) scheme and called for the EC to show financial restraint to reflect the austerity being experienced in member states.
The European Union’s (EU) budget should rise by no more than inflation in the years to the end of this decade, said the cross-party committee in a report. Peers also said spending in areas such as the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) should be cut, to allow funds to be transferred to measures to stimulate economic growth such as the Creative Europe budget to support the creative and cultural sectors.
Proposals for a Europe-wide FTT have been rejected by Prime Minister David Cameron, who says the UK would only join such a levy if it was imposed globally. But some other EU leaders have shown an interest, including France’s Nicolas Sarkozy, who has said he will introduce it if he wins Sunday’s presidential election.

Spanish homeowners rally together to fight evictions by banks

The impact of the toxic assets choking Spain's banks is being shown on a personal level as a legal battle begins in the country's courts.

Residents in a quiet suburb of Barcelona are taking the fight against the financial sector to the judiciary as they attempt to save a family from being evicted from their home, in a case that has become a powerful symbol of Spain's five-year economic crisis.

Mafia vs OWS and Big Bro 'genius' algorithms - Gerald Celente on Keiser Report

Treasury Secretary Secretary Timothy Geithner is like a monkey who sees no evil, hears no evil, speaks no evil while Wall Street 'elks' are protected by the police from protestor 'wolves.' In the second half of the show Max talks to trends forecaster, Gerald Celente, about economic problems and years of heated geopolitical disputes to come.

Hugh Hendry On Europe "You Can't Make Up How Bad It Is"

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At The Milken Institute conference yesterday, Hugh Hendry delivered his usual eloquent and critical insights on the state of Europe. Beginning with the statement that "All of Europe has defaulted", the canny-wee-fella(translation: shrewd and cautious young chap) explained that "The political economy in Europe is such that the politicians chose to default on their spending obligations to their citizens in order to honor the pact with their financial creditors and so as time goes on, the politicians are being rejected." Between France's election of Mr. Hollande and Luxembourg's 'when times get tough you have to lie' Juncker, Hendry says the only inspiration for Europe is fiction as "you just can't make up how bad it is" as he goes on to discuss the precedent for a way forward, the grotesque distortions of fixed exchange rate regimes, why Weimar happened, why the transfer union will never happen, Ayn Rand's reality, and fear politicians are feeling.
The entire discussion is well worth watching for a sense of the underlying reality in Europe.

Richard Cottrell’s news dispatch vol. 1: Greek tax grab and Indian holocaust

Jaws: The Great Greek Tax Grab
The Greek finance ministry plans to raid the personal bank accounts of suspected tax dodgers, snatch the claimed owed amounts and then organize trials later.
All banks and financial service firms including the stock market must submit full details of all movements on an individual’s account. The Big Brother team at the finance ministry will use the information to create a full profile for every person and compare it with their tax submissions.
Thus banking secrecy, for what it is worth, is shot to pieces.
There can be no argument that bringing dodgers to heel, especially in a leaky environment like Greece, is necessary. The problem is, of course, that the grab first tactic effectively secures the guilt of the individual concerned. The subsequent court proceedings are just a rubber stamp.
This is a truly “guilty until proven innocent” approach to the matter.
Note the ministry does not have to go to court in the first instance to gain permission to raid accounts. Almost certainly this is illegal, but then again in Greece after the globalist take-over, almost everything is.
Credit card companies, cell phone networks, private hospitals, and utility companies will all be sucked into the jaws of the great bank robbery.
Make no mistake this is beyond the thin edge of the wedge. The wedge is really the entire EU and Greece is merely a neat, small laboratory to test the latest episode in the wholesale abuse of civil liberties.

IMF Greek Crisis - Athens 2012

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