27 Jun 2014


GlobalFaction: Official video for Asian Dub Foundation ft. Naga - Zig Zag Nation - Filmed by Adriano Claret (4 Gatos Pingados) - Edited by GlobalFaction

"To My Fellow Filthy Rich Americans: Wake Up, People. The Pitchforks Are Coming"

If we don’t do something to fix the glaring inequities in this economy, the pitchforks are going to come for us. No society can sustain this kind of rising inequality. In fact, there is no example in human history where wealth accumulated like this and the pitchforks didn’t eventually come out. You show me a highly unequal society, and I will show you a police state. Or an uprising. There are no counterexamples. None. It’s not if, it’s when.
From Nick Hanaeur’s excellent Politico Op-Ed: The Pitchforks are Coming…For Us Plutocrats
By Michael Krieger: Over the past several years, I have been extremely critical of the 0.01% as a socio-economic class, often referring to them as criminal oligarchs. This has nothing to do with the incredible sums of money they have amassed. I’m simply not interested in chasing that kind of wealth, nor am I an envious person. I don’t care how much money anyone has. What I do care about is the kind of power that such money can buy, and how that power is then abused to purchase politicians and run roughshod over entire societies. I have also been disgusted with the fact that the 0.01% as a class seem self-absorbed, apathetic and delusional when it comes to the catastrophe the current economic and financial system is reaping upon the planet. So busy are they patting themselves on the back and scrambling to acquire that next billion to see what is rapidly unfolding beyond their moats.

The Government Is Keeping You Poor! - Russell Brand with Max Keiser

Russell Brand - The Trews
"Policy one is we raise the price of borrowing for the wealthy, lower it for the poor. Policy two, behead bankers!"

Proxy War: "America Deluded Us" Slams Angry Iraq PM, Will Buy Russian Jets Instead In War Against ISIS

Tyler Durden's picture It was a week ago when we learned that in yet another diplomatic masterstroke, Russia's Vladimir Putin took advantage of the vacuum in relations between the US (which now wants its heretofore puppet prime minister in Iraq removed) and the Iraqi PM (who has been increasingly vocal against US allies in the region, namely Saudi Arabia, and US demands for a coalition government) and offered his "complete support" to the Iraqi leader. Yesterday the Iraqi leader has decided to take Putin up on his offer (especially since as we reported previously the Iraqi air force is currently made up of all of two "equipped" Cessna jets) and has announced he has bought used Russian jets which he will use instead of US fighter planes in his war against ISIS.
As BBC reports, citing Maliki, "Jets from Russia and Belarus will hopefully make a key difference in the fight against ISIS in Iraq." He expressed regrets over Iraq's contract with the US, saying their "jets are taking too long to arrive."
"God willing within one week this force will be effective and will destroy the terrorists' dens," he told BBC Arabic.
Mr Maliki says Iraq has ordered Sukhoi fighter jets from Russia, possibly similar to the one pictured.
In the meantime, the prime minister took another chance to poke the US in the eye, which despite sending "weaponized consultants" or whatever Obama calls troops and special CIA agents these days, has so far failed to deliver on its promised fighter jets to the civil war-torn country. Maliki criticized the process of purchasing US jets as “long-winded,” adding that the radicals could have been repelled if Iraq had proper air defense.
"I'll be frank and say that we were deluded when we signed the contract [with the US]," Maliki said.

Why I Think The Jewish Identity Is A Hoax + No Driving Laws Works

"Life is stranger than fiction." Morris

The Truth About Che Guevara

Stefan Molyneux: The real truth behind one of the most controversial, charismatic and popular rebels of the twentieth century.

You Can't Fix Stupid

"Human vampires are these tiny little dumb people who want to wrap you in their dismal dank dripping bat infested caves of small minded inconsequentiality. They don't want you to BREAK THROUGH the surface and head for the skies. They just want you to stay down and stay small and they are basically saying. “Err, um, don't make me feel stupid." Because stupid people don't get the whole point of intelligence is to make you feel stupid." Stefan Molyneux
02:24 - How do I fend off the impact of stupid people around me?
56:27 - Showing initiative. Where's my gold?

Victim World Cup! - Feminist Featuring "Stupid Cunt" and "Sambo" 0 - 0 Israelite Slaves "Death To Americans!"

DoctorRandomercam: Sometimes the universe just requests itself. Gotta catch this shit before it goes viral...

Women Are An Adjective?

johntheother: Women are smarter, apparently?
Really? What do you call a demographic who control the political process - being 55% of the voting electorate and who continue to sell their children into debt in exchange for temporary benefits from politicians.

Horrific Fox News Broadcast - The BBC Sucks O Cocks News

The Artist Taxi Driver: "BOMB THEM, BOMB THEM, BOMB THEM, BOMB THEM, BOMB THEM, BOMB THEM, BOMB THEM!" The conspiracy to protect Rupert Murdoch. These are the people who hack the phones of dead soldiers and conspire with governments to help the banksters. ...And there's no comment on the rival lame-stream media. Death destruction and dept and our government supports that.

MGTOW And Marriage + Traditional US Nuclear Family Values

RazorBladeKandy2: Since the making of this video I have discovered more evidence for proclamations I have made in the past in regards to technology shaping gender roles (not communism/feminism), evidence that the so-called "traditional" nuclear family was a brief transitional period and women actually did less child caring in the colonial era of America than they do right now.

The Banksters: China Plans Own World Bank To Break West's World Bank Dominance

RT: China is moving forward with a plan to create its own version of the World Bank, which will rival institutions that are under the sway of the US and the West. The bank will start with $100 billion in capital.
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) will extend China’s financial reach and compete not only with the World Bank, but also with the Asian Development Bank, which is heavily dominated by Japan. The $100 billion in capital is double that originally proposed, the Financial Times (FT) reported.
A member of the World Bank, China has less voting power than countries like the US, Japan, and the UK. It is in the ‘Category II’ voting bloc, giving it less of a voice. In the Asian Development Bank, China only holds a 5.5 percent share, compared to America’s 15.7 percent share and Japan’s 15.6 share.
At the International Monetary Fund, China pays a 4 percent quota, whereas the US pays nearly 18 percent, and therefore has more influence within the organization and where loans go.
“China feels it can’t get anything done in the World Bank or the IMF so it wants to set up its own World Bank that it can control itself,”