Wednesday, November 27, 2013
|Bah! Humbug!! It's ALL Bullshit!|
The 2012 Greendex survey found that people in poorer countries feel, on average, much guiltier about their impacts on the natural world than people in rich countries. The places in which people feel least guilt are, in this order, Germany, the United States, Australia and Britain, while the people of India, China, Mexico and Brazil have the greatest concerns. Our guilt, the survey reported, exists in inverse proportion to the amount of damage our consumption does. (theguardian.com)
-The first hour is a compelling walk thru the banking system whereby you can follow the bouncing ball and understand why Mom may have said, “Marry a banker.”
-Who is Andrew Hoszan and why do we want to read his Op Ed at the Wall Street Journal?
-The stealth bailout Andy explained in 2008 that started
the Quantitative Easing. QE, cycle this time around
-Understanding the difference between the Fed’s balance
sheet and the owners of the Fed’s balance sheet
-These prolific Mortgage Backed Securities, how they got
started and their pitfalls for dollar users
-When the dollar was pinned to gold, pre 1970, it was a whole different ballgame in the banking world
-Andy clearly explains of how The Fed could ramp up unemployment big time if their was the will and motivation.
-A listener asks, “What to do with a $200,000 windfall?
-Why this economy is not going to crash any time soon
-As the U.S. goes so goes the E.U.
The Real World of Money Archive
For example, our brother needed a brake job a few months back and his S&L was giving him shit and wanting to charge usury fees, etc, he could have taken a loan from this fund and told em all to feck off.
Collectively we could have lent him the money and it wouldn't be as much of a burden as say one of us lending the full amount. Then when when things are better, he could pay back the loan without worries or we could even forgive the loan if need be.
Keep it simple, honest and straight forward and it works. This is a collective insurance fund to keep all family members safe in times of need, NOT a get rich scheme or slush fund.
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Commentary Magazine writer Michael Rubin is horrified that Press TV published my recent article exploring possible Israeli complicity in the JFK assassination. He misleadingly blames "the Rouhani regime" for publishing my article, which is sort of like blaming "the Obama regime" for something aired on PBS, CNN, Fox, or C-Span, or published in the New York Times or Washington Post. (Actually, Press TV has a lot more freedom, at least in its international coverage, than any major American media outlet.)
Rubin says my article is "noxious hate" - but tellingly fails to explain why it is wrong, or where the reader might go to find a refutation of Michael Collins Piper's thesis that Israel was a major player in the JFK assassination. (Read my response to Rubin.)
Now Michael Collins Piper himself joins me to discuss the thesis and its critics...and to wonder why he get so many insults, yet so few attempts to explain why he is wrong.
Labels: assassination, ben gurion, commentary magazine, conspiracy, dimona, Iran, israel, jfk, michael collins piper, michael rubin, nuclear, press TV, rouhani, vanunu, zionism
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