Money as Debt (VIDEO)

Feel like the walls are closing in on us? Money not going as far as it used to? Well, you're not alone, and you're not imagining things. While we bicker back and forth amongst ourselves about why the economy is fucked, the pure and simple truth is kept hidden from view, just enough, to let the screw job happen while most Americans are none the wiser. It's not the foreign aid, it's not welfare for the poor, it's not the huge military budget. It all comes down to the simple fact that we operate in a debt-based economy. It doesn't matter if you use a credit card or take out a mortgage. Even if you are a cash and carry guy/gal, every single dollar in your pocket represents debt, not value. Sound crazy? Well it's the truth.

Take the next 47 minutes to watch this stunning video. In that time you will learn more about economics than most people learn in a lifetime of study. Economics is not as complex as we are all led to believe. We have all been duped, so don't be surprised if you are a little pissed off to by the time you are done watching and learning.

(The video takes a few seconds to get going, there's a long black screen leading in.)

If anyone would like to own the DVD, including Money as Debt II: Promises unleashed, you can order directly from the film-makers website...



Has the conquest of Africa begun?

A quick overthrow of the government in Tunisia. A quite stable government since Tunisia gained independence in 1956. Then the U.S. pressured ousting of Mubarak in Egypt. Now the unprecedented rapid escalation of U.S. pressure on Libya. In just a few days we went fron the same sort of tough talk we had been handing Mubarak, to almost instantly brokering a no-fly zone and arms embargo. We turned right around and violated the embargo supplying arms to the rebels. One night we launch a barrage of missiles to support the French mission, the next morning we are carpet bombing Libyan cities with B-52's and Stealth bombers.

Operation Odyssey Dawn. Why the hell are we embarking on any sort of odyssey at all? This certainly goes against the stated role of only "helping out" the international community for a few days, and the coalition is rapidly disintegrating. Odyssey sounds an awful lot like a mission without end, which really seems startlingly accurate actually, considering the US's ambiguity over the the stated goal of the mission.

Then we have the French mission. Operation Harmattan. Wiki says, "The Harmattan is a dry and dusty West African trade wind. It blows south from the Sahara into the Gulf of Guinea between the end of November and the middle of March." Now of course, this operation was begun at the end of the season's wind, but Libya of course is in the Sahara, while the Ivory Cost rests on the nothern edge of the Gulf of Guinea.

So then I read this today:


William Hague today predicted other countries in Africa would see uprisings similar to those in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya.

The Foreign Secretary pulled no punches as he predicted the regimes in Zimbabwe and Ivory Coast might be undone by their unhappy peoples...
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1368633/Libya-war-US-chopper-shoots-6-villagers-welcomed-Air-Force-F-15-crash-pilots.html#ixzz1HOOUBmkD

So we have the flanks of northern Africa destablized by rebels, an scorching opening salvo by American forces ahead of their "Odyssey" into the heart of the Sahara. Then we have the French operation named after a wind that carries down to the Ivroy Coast, which is NAMED as one of the next to have a revolution. From there we go all the way down to almost the southern tip of Africa to the other named, Zimbabwe.

Now we are left with eastern Africa, where pirates Djibouti have been rocking the boat for some time now putting Somalia on the map of potential targets. And then we have Sudan, who, along with Libya, is one of the last countries in the world on that short list of nations who do not have a central bank owned by the Rothschilds.

Want me to draw you a picture?


Libyan villagers who welcomed downed pilots, shot by rescue chopper

Six Libyan villagers are recovering in hospital after being shot by American soldiers coming in to rescue the U.S. pilots whose plane crash-landed in a field.

The helicopter strafed the ground as it landed in a field outside Benghazi beside the downed U.S. Air Force F-15E Eagle which ran into trouble during bombing raid last night.

And a handful of locals who had come to greet the pilots were hit - among them a young boy who may have to have a leg amputated because of injuries caused by a bullet wound.

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Taco Shootout

The Beefy Crunch Burrito incident

Man upset by price gets in shootout with police; no one hurt.

The price of the Beefy Crunch Burrito had gone up from 99 cents to $1.49 and the man at the Rigsby Road Taco Bell drive-thru had just ordered seven.

The fast food customer was so disgruntled by the price hike he shot an air gun at the manager, displayed an assault rifle and pistol while in the restaurant's parking lot, fled as police were called, and pointed one of his weapons at three officers who pulled him over. Fleeing when they opened fire, he barricaded himself in his hotel room — all over $3.50 plus additional tax.

Full article at link:


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