A ten minute clip of Lindsey Williams from the two hour DVD, “Middle East: The Rest Of The Story” which follows. Mr. Williams covers the world currency backed by gold that is being put in place, and how all property will be owned by the government with mortgages being paid to the Federal Reserve. Did I or did I not mention two years ago that this government is in the process of making every single corporate owned moo a slave to them with no property, money, food, free speech, privacy, etc?
Lindsey Williams – Silver Bull Run
Lindsey Williams – Middle East Crisis 3 DVD Set – March 2011 – The Middle East The Rest of The Story
Allen West on leadership, the ‘draft West’ program currently happening, Harry Reid’s comments about the tea party, the battle that is happening to win our country back, the federal debt, and Obama’s 2012 run.
Speaking before the South Florida 9-12 second anniversary picnic in Lake Worth Florida, U.S. Congressman West (FL-D22) comments about the upcoming 2012 elections, the current Congress, the lack of leadership in the White House, the unrest in Libya and massacre of a family by terrorists in Israel. Content news and politics Copyright Channel 1 Images Inc. 2011
The Itamar murders that Allen West refers to when speaking about Obama’s lack of leadership. Warning: Graphic Images.
Bob Chapman’s weekly interview with Alex Jones starts with the nuclear crisis in Japan and moves onto the UN now calling the shots for the world. As an aside, at the very beginning of this interview, Bob asks the question why the developed western nations of the world did not run to aid Japan. The answer might be found on a news item that Karl Denninger of Market-Ticker broke yesterday.
Bob Chapman’s Friday Report 3/18/11: U.N. Calls The Shots Now, NOT Obama or Congress!! 1/2
Bob Chapman’s Friday Report 3/18/11: U.N. Calls The Shots Now, NOT Obama or Congress!! 2/2
I believe the tea party is short lived. I think you will find, even people that claim they are tea party folks, will either be gone as a result of their extreme positions or they will move to the more moderate position, which is certainly not being a liberal, that is being a conservative. I think with the economy getting better, you are going to see less and less agitation from the tea party folks. – Harry Reid
Are frakkin’ Nevadans out of their minds? They re-elected this sub-human darksider who continues to spew the exact opposite of reality to keep the corporate owned moos in the chute.
No, Harry Reid is not stupid enough to believe:
The tea party is going away,
The economy is recovering,
That we will see less agitation as prices based on food and energy skyrocket,
That tea party patriots are going to move to a more moderate position,
That Constitutionalists are doing anything but preparing for the financial collapse and the chaos that will ensue from the 20% of the population that actually does believe Harry’s bullshit and has absolutely no clue how to take care of themselves.
Would you agree that Allen West and Rand Paul probably laughed their asses off when they heard that comment?
2226: The Yomiuri Shimbun newspaper, quoting a senior official of the ruling Democratic Party of Japan, said the US made the offer immediately after the disaster damaged Fukushima No 1 nuclear plant. According to the unnamed senior official, US support was based on dismantling the troubled reactors run by Tokyo Electric Power (TEPCO) some 250 km (155 miles) northeast of Tokyo. However, the government and TEPCO thought the cooling system could be restored by themselves, the report said.
Our government demanded that the Japanese dismantle – that is, permanently remove – over five gigawatts of power in order to help them with a critical safety problem that had the potential to destroy 100 square miles of land and kill or injure thousands of people?
That as compensation for helping them we demanded that they cripple their electrical generating capacity on a permanent basis?
You have to be kidding me.
This is an extremely serious charge. If it’s true it stands alone as grounds for impeachment and dismembering every single federal agency involved.
Perhaps this explains why the US Military and/or civilian authorities didn’t stick a couple of big-ass generators on a transport plane and get them over there, restoring power to the reactors within hours of the incident and avoiding all of the serious radiation and physical damage at the plant.
This allegation is ridiculously incendiary and demands an immediate and complete Congressional investigation. Not only do the citizens of the United States deserve to know the truth (or falsity) of this charge (and who initiated it if it is false), but so do the Japanese people.
If this is how this man treats our friends – attempting to use a crisis threatening the lives of civilians to score a political point and advance his “green” agenda…..
Incidentally there are reports that The State Department has denied the original story from the Japanese paper. I still argue we need answers – real ones – and an immediate Congressional investigation is called for.
Incidentally, Karl is right on target about an investigation, and I am wondering if Darrell Issa has heard about this yet?
I needed to know at that point, if my country and what I believed about my country was real, and I got my answer. It’s not. It’s not. We no longer are a free society. The corporations are the people, and we’re under them. I have no voice. That was the lesson.
I will not, under any circumstances, let my babies grow up in a world where greed and money is more important than their life. – Cherri Foytlin
Cherri Foytlin has joined‘The Road To Washington’walk to make the District of Criminals hear the voices of the stricken Gulf region. Her message is poignant and powerful, and there are the makings of a leader in yet another ‘mom on a mission’.
Bloomberg has put out a report (see video link below) showing that the ‘too big to fail’ banks actually grew into mega-banks during the financial crisis through the gobbling up of rivals.
This is not big news but these facts might be:
The US banking sector has grown 7 times faster than GDP.
The top ten banks hold 77% of the country’s assets.
The five biggest banks hold 58% of the financial system’s assets.
Any bank with more than $50 Billion is ‘statistically significant’ (too big to fail) and there are now 35 of these too big banks.
Banks are larger than pre-crisis levels.
The number of ‘too big to fail banks’ could grow by 40% over the next 15 years.
March 18 (Bloomberg) — The largest U.S. banks have grown larger since the financial crisis, and the number of “too-big-to-fail” banks will increase by 40 percent over the next 15 years, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The Dodd-Frank law would prohibit the largest banks from merging with one another. The law would not prevent the largest banks from growing in other ways, according to the Bloomberg Government Study, “Too-Big-to-Fail Banks Get Bigger After Dodd-Frank.” Bloomberg’s Lizzie O’Leary reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
You can watch the entire Bloomberg video here, and are you still financially involved with one of these megabanks?
YouTuber ChangeDaChannel has posted the first in a series of informative videos about ‘The Bad Guys’; power-driven globalists that have changed the course of our nation and the rest of the world. This first segment is a twelve minute history of Henry Kissinger’s crimes against humanity. Though there are tons of information about this particular sub-human, ChangeDaChannel covers the decisions and actions made by Kissinger during his time in the political arena. Please forgive the numerous misspellings as they do not affect the relevance of the information.
Listen up folks; if living in the Hawaiian Islands has taught me anything, it’s to pay attention to the seismic movements of the plates in the Ring of Fire. Since the devastating Japan earthquake last week, I have been waiting for the other shoe to drop either here on the Big Island or somewhere else along the ring. The energy from the plates shifting is just pinging around the entire area. Chile, New Zealand, Japan…
Now Jim Berkland (of 1989 San Fran earthquake prediction fame), while speaking with Neil Cavuto yesterday, is predicting that North America will experience a massive earthquake sometime between March 19th and March 26 as the moon will be closer to the earth than it has been in 19 years and other natural ‘pre-earthquake’ events are occurring.
‘Banks’ were sold to the average human being as reliable institutions where one would keep one’s money to protect it, have immediate access to it, and make a modest return on it. Do you feel that the above statement is true, or is getting your money out of your bank like pulling teeth on a wet cat?
On July 15, 2010, the FrankenDodd Financial Regulatory Reform bill was passed opening the door to even more looting of the middle and poorer classes in America. Everything in this law that was passed to ‘protect Mainstreet’ from Wall Street goes far beyond ‘unintentional consequences‘ when one adds up the amounts of money being drained from average Americans’ wallets through additional fees and fines.
By Blake Ellis, staff reporterMarch 10, 2011: 9:34 PM ET
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Declined! Your debit card may soon be denied for purchases greater than $100 — or even as little as $50.
JPMorgan Chase, one of the nation’s largest banks, is considering capping debit card transactions at either $50 or $100, according to a source with knowledge of the proposal. And the cap would apply even if you run your debit card as credit.
Why? Because of a tricky thing called interchange fees.
Right now, every time you swipe your debit card your bank charges the retailer an average fee of 44 cents, which it shares with its partners. Those little fees, however, add up to about $16 billion per year, according to 2009 data from the Federal Reserve.
But as part of the Wall Street reform legislation that was passed last year, these fees are being slashed. The Fed is currently proposing rules that would go into effect in July and would cap interchange fees at 12 cents.
That’s a big enough cut to cost Chase (JPM, Fortune 500) more than $1 billion a year. And Chase may not be alone. Other major issuers are also projecting huge losses from the interchange fee cap.
Joe Price, president of consumer banking for Bank of America (BAC, Fortune 500), said in an e-mailed statement that the lower fee wouldn’t fairly compensate the bank for the infrastructure and services it provides to retailers.
And consumers would end up feeling the pain when Bank of America is forced to recoup costs “by increasing the cost of their everyday debit card transactions, limiting their payment choices, and impacting industry innovation,” according to the email.
So can you tell me why: A.) you still have your money tied up in Federal Reserve Notes, and B.) why you still have them in a bank account?
Have you not been paying attention? If you want some type of control over what is happening, you have to make proactive decisions about where to keep your money, how to spend it, and how to ‘store’ your wealth (and at this point, goods (i.e. FOOD) instead of Federal Reserve notes makes more sense due to Ben Bernanke’s hyper-inflation.)