To those who can’t imagine alternatives, I say remember…
Amid rigged election charges, Russia wants to monitor U.S. vote…
I’d love to tell what Palast dug up
But then I’d have to kill you…
Sibel Edmonds explains how Fethullah Gulen was brought into the United States during the Clinton Administration, and how Bill Clinton’s White House, the State Department and the Justice Department’s Janet Reno provided the infamous mullah and his terrorism-heroin operations with blanket immunity and protection.
We also take a look at Clinton’s hand-picked handlers, Graham Fuller and Mark Grossman, selected to manage and direct Gulen’s cells in the U.S. and abroad.
The Hillary/Trump phenom
“This is a breathtaking conflict of interest. This cost Florida very dearly, and it enriched Jeb Bush.”
In March of 2015, two Supreme Court Justices Kennedy and Breyer testified before Congress stating bluntly that the US criminal justice system does not work
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Of course, a mere forty-five billion dollars is but pocket change, compared to the missing 2.3 trillion dollars former U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld announced was missing one day prior to the 9/11 operation. But then, as now, the problem lay with the accounting for the missing funds, and efforts were made in Congress – to little avail – to find out what companies held the contracts to manage the Pentagon’s databases, and where the money was.
Over 90 percent of the assets owned by millionaires are held in low-risk investments (bonds and cash), the stock market and real estate. Business startup costs made up less than 1 percent of the investments of high net worth individuals in North America in 2011. A recent study found that less than 1 percent of all entrepreneurs came from very rich or very poor backgrounds. They come from the middle class.
On the corporate side, stock buybacks are employed to enrich executives rather than to invest in new technologies. In 1981, major corporations were spending less than 3 percent of their combined net income on buybacks, but in recent years they’ve been spending up to 95 percent of their profits on buybacks and dividends.
“John Boehner, the current Republican Speaker of the House, just may be thrown out. He wages war against the Tea Party and threw off every financial committee anyone who supported Ron Paul.” -ArmstrongEconomics
We don’t have capitalism any more. The merger of state and corporate powers is called fascism, and when you are looking at the rigging of the game, it’s called bankism. . . . This thing should have collapsed a long time ago, but they keep making up new rules and a new game. This is nothing more than a central bank confidence game, and you can tie it all back to bankism.”