Friday, August 24, 2012
Bankster Doomsday Software
What does it show now? Article by Bill Sardi.
Professor Bernanke’s Terrifying Blindness
On the Great Depression, and the next one. Article by Mike Rozeff.
Naomi Wolf on the persecution of dissenters.
Alex talks with former Wall Street stockbroker and filmmaker Max Keiser about the continuing implosion of the economy as the euro crisis plagues global economies, cuts factory and productive output, stimulates endemic joblessness, and the Federal Reserve warns the economy may be stuck in permanent slow growth.
Comedienne and actor Roseanne Barr elaborated on her recent controversial comments about beheading bankers and putting the rich in re-education camps, telling the Alex Jones Show that anyone worth $100 million or more should have their wealth taken by force.
Roseanne Barr: Put Bankers In Re Education Camps rosannedouche
Barr caused a firestorm this past weekend when she proposed a radical solution for rich people who refuse to give back everything they earn over $100 million dollars – execution and Communist-style brainwashing camps.
“If they are unable to live on that amount of that amount then they should, you know, go to the re-education camps and if that doesn’t help, then being beheaded,” Barr told Max Keiser.
Barr made it clear that she didn’t support communism and instead was seeking a completely new financial system and form of government.
“When an entire country has been fleeced and robbed, there needs to be an entirely different kind of justice that doesn’t allow for that,” said Barr, pointing out that Martha Stewart has been the only high profile individual arrested for insider trading and that bankers who committed the same crime have been protected.
Labeling her idea a “new definition of guilty,” Barr said that people whose total wealth is $100 million or over “need to pay a price for what they’ve done,” adding “There’s no reason for anybody to be a bigger pig than to own $100 million dollars, it’s just a pig culture that allows people to starve in the streets and other people have a hundred million.”
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However, Barr qualified her remark by saying that certain people, like her good friend Michael Moore who last week called to “end capitalism” yet is worth a reputed $50 million dollars himself, could be exempt from the new policy.
“He’s a very dear friend of mine….but yes I would take his wealth if it’s over $100 million, although I would be more forgiving towards Michael because I know how many people and how many organizations he does support, so you know I would make some allowances, I wouldn’t be like Stalin or anything.”
“I wouldn’t take Oprah’s either because she does good things,” added Barr.
Explaining her call for “re-education camps,” Barr explained, “That’s for bankers, that’s for the guilty, because I wouldn’t want to immediately behead the guilty….because I’m a compassionate human I would allow them to go and be re-educated, it wouldn’t be straight to the guillotine.”
Barr said that the best location for the guillotines would be in the public square in front of the White House, adding that the executions would dissuade other bankers from continuing their behavior and that, “people should be forced to share and forced to care.”
Watch the full interview with Barr below.
Paul Joseph Watson is the editor and writer for Prison Planet.com. He is the author of Order Out Of Chaos. Watson is also a regular fill-in host for The Alex Jones Show.
Amidst “alien invasion” rant, many miss the point that NY Times economist was advocating a staged crisis
Paul Joseph Watson
Monday, August 15, 2011
Amidst the melodramatic reaction to economist Paul Krugman’s eyebrow-raising rant about the impact an alien invasion would have on the US economy, many have missed the point, that Krugman was calling on the government to manufacture a staged event or a war to act as a smokescreen for the continued looting of the American people.
Krugman, a New York Times writer who is routinely lambasted by the likes of Max Keiser and Gerald Celente for being a stooge for the establishment and an apologist for the Federal Reserve, appeared on CFR luminary Fareed Zakaria’s CNN show to make a seemingly radical argument.
“If we discovered that space aliens were planning to attack and we needed a massive buildup to counter the space alien threat and really inflation and budget deficits took secondary place to that, this slump would be over in 18 months. And then if we discovered, oops, we made a mistake, there aren’t any aliens, we’d be better,” remarked Krugman.
“There was a Twilight Zone episode like this in which scientists fake an alien threat in order to achieve world peace. Well, this time…we need it in order to get some fiscal stimulus,” he added.
Predictably, subsequent discussion about Krugman’s comments were concentrated around his lurid analogy of an extraterrestrial invasion, while missing the elephant in the living room and the real point of the rant – Krugman’s advocacy for the Obama administration to stage a fake crisis, or indeed a war, in order to ram through its economic agenda…………………..
Prison Planet.com � Max Keiser: ‘America will lose its sovereignty’:
“The countdown to armadebtdon carries on and we are just 3 days away from the debt ceiling deadline. If a discussion is not reached will the US lose its AAA rating?
The problem is we are not taking in enough revenue to continue spending like we are. Max Keiser of Keiser Report gives us his insight on what that means to the US.”
Posted by Gunny G at Saturday, July 30, 2011
Secretary of State warns fellow globalists that US corporate media propaganda is being crushed by “real news” networksPaul Joseph WatsonPrison Planet.comThursday, March 3, 2011Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made a tacit admission during a U.S. Foreign Policy Priorities committee meeting yesterday, arguing that the State Department needs more money because the US military-industrial complex is “losing the information war” to the likes of Russia Today and Al Jazeera due to the US corporate media having completely abandoned “real news”.
“We are in an information war and we are losing that war,” warned Clinton, in a bid to rustle up more money to fund propaganda to compete with foreign news media, sending a clear message that stations such as Russia Today, which regularly provides a platform to the likes of Alex Jones, Max Keiser, Wayne Madsen, Paul Craig Roberts and Webster Tarpley, are winning the infowar against the globalists.An example of how frightened the establishment is of Russia Today occurred when adverts for the network encouraging viewers think about both sides of a story were banned by US airports last year…………………