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Bankster Fraud Has Driven 100 Million Into Poverty, Killing Many

By Anonymous | August 12, 2012 | Washington’s Blog

Fraud caused the Great Depression and the current financial crisis, and the economy will never recover until fraud is prosecuted.

Fraud is the business model adopted by the giant banks. See this.

The Obama administration has made it official policy not to prosecute fraud.  Indeed, the “watchdogs” in D.C. are so corrupt that they are as easily bribed as a policeman in a third world banana republic.

The mouthpieces in Wall Street and D.C.  pretend that financial  fraud (like Libor) is a “victimless crime“.

But the World Bank notes that the financial crisis  – you know, the one caused by financial fraud – has driven between 64 and  100 million people into destitution.

Some estimate the figure to be much higher. For example, one 2009 study estimated that 140 million people would be driven into poverty in Asia alone.

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Here we have yet another example of the cowardly and reprehensible racial violence aimed at defenseless (dare I say?) White victims.  This latest atrocity took place in Kansas City, Missouri.   An elderly gentleman aged 93, whose name was not disclosed by authorities was resting peacefully in his home, when a piece of human garbage named Tony Putnam, 18 broke into the home for the purpose of theft – and no doubt, the bonus of assaulting the occupants.

Putnam discovered the homeowner and commenced to punching the man in the face and binding him with belts so as to immobilize the target of the attack.  Shortly after this ordeal began, the man’s 84 year old wife returned from the local bank, where she had withdrawn $400.00 cash.  She heard her husband’s cries of pain and injury.

On her way upstairs to find out what might be troubling her husband, she…

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Does Military Service Matter in a President?

By Bridget Johnson | August 9, 2012 | PJ Media

For the first time since 1944, Americans will be asked to choose between candidates with no military experience to be the next commander in chief.

The last time there was a presidential election where neither of the candidates had military service was 1944. Thomas Dewey and Franklin D. Roosevelt were facing off to be commander in chief during World War II.

In that respect, 2012 will be a historic election. Neither President Obama nor presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney has military service, and depending on Romney’s vice presidential pick even more history could be made.

And according to polls, analysts are wondering more than voters are about the effect this could have on the position of commander in chief.

Obama lost the veterans’ vote by 10 points to former POW Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) four years ago.

Obama’s Last Stand, an upcoming e-book on the 2012 race by Politico reporter Glenn Thrush, notes how the military angle reportedly plays into the president’s view of his opponents then and now: “When he talked about Romney, aides picked up a level of anger he never had for Clinton or McCain, even after Sarah Palin was picked as his running mate. ‘There was a baseline of respect for John McCain. The president always thought he was an honorable man and a war hero,’ said a longtime Obama adviser. ‘That doesn’t hold true for Romney. He was no goddamned war hero.’”

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The Vagaries of Digital Civil War

Recent Media Hackings, Twitter Breaches Highlight the Age of Information Warfare

By Liberty Chick | August 6, 2012 | Breitbart News

The mainstream media have increasingly fallen victim to pranks and hackings over the last several months.  The outcome has been a general readership that has repeatedly believed false statements presented by imposters as truth.  The incidents pose some disturbing and problematic issues.  We live in a day and age where social media has become a primary vehicle for disseminating information, and Twitter specifically has become, for many, a first stop for news.  At the same time, it’s a highly politically charged environment today, where online activism is at an all-time high.  Certain factions of groups like Wikileaks and Anonymous have branched out to function more like political operatives in a left-hacker alliance, whereby some even acknowledge participation in “a low-impact sort of civil war.”

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21 Vs 1. The US economy is growing at 1.1% and debts are growing at 21% annually.

85,000 is the number of people applying for Social Security disability every month. 80,000 is the number of jobs created every month.

10,000 is the number of Americans applying for Social Security retirement every day.

1,000,000 The US is creating fewer than one million jobs a year while allowing 1,200,000 legal immigrants and an unknown number of illegal immigrants.

577,000 is the number of state and local civil service workers laid off ever a 2 year period.

400,000 Americans are being added to the Food Stamp rolls every month.

100,000,000 Americans are below the poverty line which is statistically manipulated by using medical costs from 1955 to make the cost of living appear to be lower than it is.

40 days is how long Spain has before it runs out of cash. Spanish…

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Paul Craig Roberts has explained what a disaster the passage of the North American Free Trade Act was for Democratic party fundraisers. Because the Democrats and the Republicans voted to send 12 million jobs overseas they no longer had union dues from working people with high paying jobs. Today’s America is a shell of its former self. One in four non-government workers in the USA make less than $10 an hour before taxes. Only 51% of last year’s college graduates have fulltime jobs. And their average wage is $12.27 an hour before taxes. I would not expect that trillion dollars in student debt to ever be paid.

The Democratic party now has to go to Wall Street to raise money and those funds are forthcoming only if the Democrats are willing to allow criminals to steal the pensions of their voters and to sell the US military to Israel. Obama…

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Dr Michael Hudson defined fictitious capital as a loan that cannot be repaid because the collateral is not there. He cited real estate fraud where ratings agencies intentionally gave false AAA ratings to Mortgage Backed Securities that in reality had little or no value. Today no one really knows what the value of any bank’s assets are really worth.

Fictitious theories of economics are driven by greed. Junk economics says it is fine to cut wages 30%, raise consumer taxes and fees, cut pensions. Social Security, Medicare and Food Stamps. Because we will inflate asset values owned by the 1% and let the 99% drown in the government debt we issue to save the uber rich. Dr Hudson specifically says that cutting wages 30% is the goal of Obama and Bernanke. As for prosecuting fraud, Hudson quoted his colleague Bill Black who said, “The only major case these guys ever prosecuted…

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In the aftermath of the Colorado massacre that left a dozen people dead during a midnight showing of  “The Dark Knight Rises”, liberals from under every rock are emerging, as they always do during such devastating moments of violence, and demanding more gun control laws to keep guns away from, and out of the hands of, those of us who are responsible, law-abiding American citizens.  The big plot hole in their story, of course, that makes it so unbelievable, is that the people killed in this massacre were not killed by a responsible, law-abiding American citizen – were they?

In other words, if murder by guns in America really were carried out by responsible, law-abiding American citizens, liberals would have an unbreakable argument.  The fact that gun violence and murder is carried out exclusively by irresponsible, law-breaking  American citizens (and sometimes by illegal aliens) shows that liberals have another, more…

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Since Chick-fil-A founder and president Dan Cathy “came out” and publicly opposed gay marriage, liberals, predictably, have been denouncing him and every conservative under the sun for what is unfairly, but routinely, referred to as bigotry, homophobia and hatred of an entire people.  Nancy Pelosi, our own Iron-ing Lady has clucked into the conversation as well.  And in case you ever wondered where she acquired her greasy fingers, she has provided us with that answer in her paltry attempt at sneering her nose at Chick-fl-A, and conservatives, while endearing herself to those gays and lesbians who are just weak-minded enough to overlook her condescension towards them.  Pelosi has stated she prefers Kentucky Fried Chicken over Chick-fil-A.

We know that in real life Pelosi could care less about KFC or Chick-fil-A.  But our Iron-ing Lady needed to make some type of statement to her homosexual and liberal base to…

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The Daily Cheese.

We have been having one hell of a year thus far. The threat of war looms economies are crashing and the threat of a zombie apocalypse .Now we see a new horrors the increased black market trade in human body parts.

Like Mary Shelly’s classic Frankenstein we see human body parts being harvested from the dead.

The following story taken from The Sydney Morning Herald ( shows how this has increased and taken a new turn.

The head of Interpol has vowed at a public meeting in California to use the international resources of his organisation to track the illicit trade in human body parts.

Ron Noble made the remarks at the Google Ideas INFO summit in Los Angeles several hours ago.

It comes as the Herald today revealed that a US-based company accused of manufacturing therapeutic goods from improperly harvested human corpses has distributed dental implants

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The Grey Enigma

By Evan F. Nappen, Attorney at Law.  … A question we are all tired of hearing in the so-called “debate” over so-called “assault weapons” is, “why does anybody need one?”

Here is the answer once and for all: You need an assault weapon—

1. to help continue the American tradition of citizen/soldier.
2. for recreation.
3. to collect military small arms.
4. to get quick extra shots at more game while hunting.
5. to get quick extra shots at the same game while hunting.

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President Obama, you DID build this…but you didn’t do it all by yourself.

Obama’s comments on the campaign trail, telling the audience that he’s of the belief that the business owner wasn’t the prime mover behind the creation of his or her enterprise, has had incredible traction, both in terms of shelf life and potential for controversy.

It has, one can reasonably say, eclipsed any ill considered comment that Mitt Romney has made in his entire 5 or 6 years seeking the GOP nomination. I don’t need to re-quote his (Obama’s) comments for you – you probably have it burned into your frontal lobes at this point.

I wanted to address this arrogant and horrific affront to the millions of Americans who have put everything on the line and rolled the dice, knowing that if they failed, they could lose it all.  I’m not talking about the fat cats on…

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“One would risk being disgusted if one saw politics, justice, and one’s dinner in the making.” – Nicolas de Chamfort

A later paraphrase popularly attributed to Prince Otto Von Bismarck, but according to researchers, actually coined by John Godfrey Saxe, states:

“Laws are like sausages, it’s better not to see them being made”.

Ronald Reagan, as I recall, was very fond of this one as well.  More recently, Nancy Pelosi was quoted as saying, “We have to pass the sausage, so you can find out what’s in it”. That was a rather disturbing turn of a phrase, to my way of thinking.  I can’t help thinking that some other bodily process is analogous to that.

Congress has a habit and an affinity for tinkering with sausage recipes and for attempting to slip in various unpalatable ingredients into the ‘sausages’, in the hopes that we won’t discover the contents of…

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The meaning of “racism” has changed for the worse.

There was a time when the adjective “racist” was properly applied to those who based their judgments, words and deeds on race. People and organizations are now characterized as “racist,” or not, with little regard to what they think, say or do.  “Racist” is now rarely applied to those who rely on, and actively seek to foster, racial hatred and to seek political and financial gain by doing so; perhaps that is because most who do it (and it has become quite fashionable) are in the Librul camp.  They apply the term to others, however, with apparent relish.

According to this splendid article,

The rise of racism that has corresponded with Barack Obama’s presidency has been shockingly blatant and unapologetic. There is a frightening catharsis that comes from those who exclaim racial animosity towards our President, reflecting gratification at finally…

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Jurriaan Maessen
July 31, 2012

There is a new species of man prancing around upon the world stage. Suddenly, quite unannounced, this bizarre typology appeared, comparable to… well, nothing really. It is a remarkable creature, immediately recognizable by a certain androgynous streak running along all its features: a sheep-like nothingness, combined with an ounce of fanatical malice, dominating the rest of its general outward appearance. I say androgynous, because this new species hardly conforms to anything resembling the male- nor does it do to qualify it as female: an analogy which, as Alex Jones pointed out, is an insult to women. You see them, the trendies, popping up more and more these days, leaving us with a sense of what can only be described as sheer bewilderment. Although “trendy” is the term we may use to adequately describe this species, they comfortably classify themselves under the umbrella-term “millennial”. The…

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Nothing like a bipartisan jail cell

Pennsylvania’s Capitalist Revolt

By  | July 26, 2012 | American Spectator

Citizens alliance of Pennsylvania turns Keystone State politics upside down.

“Place before the eyes of men a position of POWER that shall at the same time be a place of PROFIT, and they will move heaven and earth to RETAIN it.” Benjamin Franklin, 1787

The former Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives is in jail.

He shares a cell with — a former Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

One is a Democrat. One is a Republican.

Nothing like a bipartisan jail cell. And these two — Democrat Bill DeWeese and Republican John Perzel — are not the only Pennsylvania legislators to be either now in the hoosegow or on their way, fresh convictions in hand.

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is in trouble. And Pennsylvania’s capitalists are in open revolt.

Specifically, they are banding together under the banner of a group they are calling the Citizen’s Alliance for Pennsylvania — CAP. (CAP’s website can be found here.) And CAP is now roaming the state with all the subtlety of Allied forces storming the beaches of Normandy on D-Day.

Their target?

What CAP calls the “bi-partisan collusion of career politicians, labor unions and trial lawyers that has mired the Commonwealth in corruption and economic stagnation.”


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Victor Davis Hanson: The Demons of the Modern Rampage Killer

By Victor Davis Hanson | July 22, 2012 | PJ Media

As of now we know little about what conditions drove, or proved useful to, the Aurora suspect to murder and maim. But given the worldwide incidences of so-called “rampage killings,” the culprit was not the particular gun laws of Colorado. His dark counterparts exist in contemporary Norway, Uganda, Russia, and Latin America. I am sure there is a typology of the multifarious conditions that might prompt such demonic killers—workplace anger, spousal revenge, school-related grudges, religious fanaticism, race or ethnic hatred, political extremism, and abject insanity that offers no exegesis at all.

So far we have heard that guns did it; or that there were unfortunately not any good gunmen in the theater to stop him; or that the mentally ill are not closely enough watched, medicated, or hospitalized; or that we live in a “sick” culture; and on and on.

One unmentioned fact is that rampage killing is not necessarily a modern phenomenon, although firearms as force multipliers facilitate it and up the horrific body count. Killers in the 19th century often shot down innocent bystanders. Yet I think there are some new developments that already have brought hundreds of millions worldwide into the horrifically demonic mind of the suspect James Holmes.

The first is modern global communications. In 1957, if a disgruntled Ugandan policeman slaughtered 57, to the degree anyone in Selma, my hometown of 5,000 at that time, knew about it, it was at best perhaps a day or two later and in a small column in the Fresno Bee. The same was true when a deranged German shot and killed 14 in 1913. Before the telegraph and telephone, did anyone, more than 100 miles distant from the scene of a crime, know that a Romanian or Japanese or Virginian carved up a dozen in the 17th century?

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Is Mass Murder A Modern Curse? Hardly.

By Mitch Smith | July 25, 2012 | American Thinker

The media often treat events as if they are new — something unprecedented.  A good example is the issue of mass shootings.  Each time one hits the news, it is treated as something that, if not new, is a recent development.

However, one doesn’t have to look very hard to find many historical examples.  It took only about a half hour to find the following.  And, to keep things on a relative apples-to-apples basis, this shows civilian on civilian cases only.  It excludes examples perpetrated by soldiers, police or other government authorized actions or civil wars.  Only events prior to 1970 are listed; many more examples could be added to the list.

July 26, 1764 — near what is now Greencastle, PA.  Four Lenape Indians killed a schoolmaster and nine or 10 children.

December 22, 1868 — Chattanooga, TN.  Three dead following a shooting by a disgruntled student.

April 13, 1873 — Colefax, LA.  Following a disputed election, white Democrats killed an estimated 60 to 100 mainly black citizens in a disputed Democratic/Republican gubernatorial race.

December 11, 1875 — Bremerhaven, Germany.  Alexander Keith, Jr., in a plot to bomb ships and collect insurance money, had his bomb, sitting on the dock, accidentally go off, killing 80 and injuring about 200 more.  He committed suicide shortly afterwards.

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Eerie Coincidence: Colorado University Had Identical Drill On Same Day As ‘Batman’ Massacre

By Paul Joseph Watson | July 23, 2012 |

Exercise revolved around gunman attacking theater

A Colorado university just 16 miles away from the site of Friday morning’s deadly ‘Batman’ massacre staged an identical exercise the very same day in which students were trained how to react to a gunman firing at people in a movie theater.

“Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine is in the middle of holding specialized classes in disaster life support for 150 second-year medical students. Along with response to natural disasters like hurricanes and floods and terrorist attacks, one of the scenarios being used to train the students is how to respond if a shooter fires at people in a movie theater and also uses a bomb in the attack,” reports the Denver Post.

The added detail of a bomb being used in the drill makes the similarity with the shooting even more creepy given the fact that gunman James Holmes used a smoke bomb during his deadly assault.

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Crony Capitalism: 80% of DoE’s $20.5 billion loan program went to companies owned by or connected to Obama’s campaign donors

Air Force Buys $59/Gal Biofuel From Company Connected to Big Democratic Donor

By Wynton Hall  | July 23, 2012 | Breitbart News

In an effort to make good on President Barack Obama’s commitment to “green energy,” the United States Air Force spent $639,000 on 11,000 gallons of alcohol-to-jet fuel from Gevo Inc., a Colorado biofuels company, at $59 a gallon.

The cost of petroleum is presently $3.60 a gallon.

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Colorado Shooter Had More in Common with Paramilitary Cops than Batman

By Kurt Nimmo | July 23, 2012 |

According to the official narrative now disseminated by the establishment media, James Holmes was acting out some warped fantasy about Batman when he entered a theater in Colorado and killed a dozen people. It is said the cops found Batman paraphernalia in his apartment, which was supposedly booby-trapped with sophisticated explosives.

The corporate media has described in detail the gear he allegedly wore during the mass shooting without drawing the obvious conclusion.

Instead of a Batman fetish, Holmes was fascinated with the sort of paramilitary gear now routinely donned by cops.

Is it possible Holmes was emulating the look and feel of militarized cops and the Batman story is just a flimsy cover to paper over the obvious?

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Navy SEAL Lessons Learned From Aurora Colorado

By  | July 23, 2012 | SOFREP


As I continue to read about the terrible tragedy in Aurora, Colorado, I can’t help but think there’s some lessons from my time as a Navy SEAL that I can pass on to the average citizen. So here goes…

Don’t Make Yourself an Easy Target

When at sporting events, concerts, and the movies, choose seats that give you a tactical advantage always.  What do I mean? Choose seats that allow good and east vantage points and a hasty exit point.  Always stack the odds in your favor. It’s the reason I still combat park (back in to a space) and sit with my back to the wall when I’m eating. [Read more…]

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