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Noman Info Warrior

Postby Free » Mon Jul 23, 2012 4:06 pm

Congratulations Brian, you have been called it all!
Racist and anti-semite to start, is classic psy-op propaganda.
It's like these guys are reading a script or something.. and all in the defense of a globalist banking/crime cartel that wages war on the people of the earth..

Didn't you take 'Economics for Dummies' in prep school?

Why didn't you know that private globalist banks creating money out of thin air for themselves, and the little people being on the hook for it, is a good thing?

Free money and bonuses for the elite..
Black hole debt for the little people..
How could that ever go wrong?


And why worry about the UN taking your guns?

Can't happen according to Paul..


Paul Hurless:
Irrational paranoid fears about powerless organizations are a waste of time. What power does the UN have over anyone??? Maybe you should get out and learn something about the real world instead of getting all your information from whacko, paranoid, bs websites.


Whacko website has it right..
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Re: Noman Info Warrior

Postby miguel » Mon Jul 23, 2012 4:54 pm

I really hope you do not believe that the UN is going do an end run around the second amendment to take our guns away from us. :crazy: The UN is a paper tiger.
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Re: Noman Info Warrior

Postby Bob Kuczewski » Mon Jul 23, 2012 6:03 pm

miguel wrote:The UN is a paper tiger.


Yes and no. Over the past few decades, the US has put the appearance of being a good global neighbor ahead of our own interests too often. So I wouldn't be surprised that we might cave to other pressures as well. :|
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Re: Noman Info Warrior

Postby miguel » Mon Jul 23, 2012 7:06 pm

Obama is supposed to be in cahoots with the UN to take our guns away. :lol:

Think about how our government works. Obama cannot do anything without the support of Congress and the Senate. Think they will go along with it? Of course not.

This is simply a trick to get people upset enough to vote Obama out.

The guy in the video lacks credibility.


http://www.snopes.com/politics/guns/untreaty.asp

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arms_Trade_Treaty
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Re: Noman Info Warrior

Postby Free » Mon Jul 23, 2012 8:10 pm

miguel wrote: The UN is a paper tiger.


The UN is the paper tiger that tells you whether you can build a dog house in your back yard and how much water you can use to flush your toilet.

If you are looking for help in denial that your country is in great peril then snopes is the place for you.
If you want to take the time to really know what is going on then you need to study more of the indie/alternative media like
http://www.infowars.com/
http://www.lewrockwell.com/
http://cuttingthroughthematrix.ca/
http://globalresearch.ca/
for starters..
These lead to others if you really want to know.

I'm not holding my breath thinking you will, because it's so much easier to deny and ignore what is really going on around us.

We have been programed to deny the obvious. It's so much more comforting to take a three paragraph blue pill from the likes of snopes and go back to sleep than to take the red pill of a http://www.prisonplanet.com/ and have to face what is really going on.
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Re: Noman Info Warrior

Postby miguel » Tue Jul 24, 2012 9:09 am

Thanks for the links. It will take a couple days to get through them.
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Re: Noman Info Warrior

Postby Free » Tue Jul 24, 2012 1:30 pm

miguel wrote:Thanks for the links. It will take a couple days to get through them.


These are starting points.
You will never get through them.

Infowars and Prisonplanet are sister sites for redundancy.
On target speculation, based on deep research, occurs there.
It's too much for many people to handle.

Some people don't want to admit what their deeper senses tell them. Fear leads denial.
It's easier to mock, rationalize and deny, than face an ugly truth.

If you're serious to know what is really going on, welcome to the rabbit hole.
If not, I'm looking forward to the rationalizations.
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Hanging Banksters

Postby Free » Tue Jul 24, 2012 3:31 pm

Back on Noman's original topic of the broken banking system before Davis Straub jacked the thread.

Why Is Everyone Suddenly Talking about Hanging Bankers?
http://www.washingtonsblog.com/
Posted on July 24, 2012 by WashingtonsBlog
Mainstream economist Nouriel Roubini said recently:

Nobody has gone to jail since the financial crisis. The banks, they do things that are illegal and at best they slap on them a fine. If some people end up in jail, maybe that will teach a lesson to somebody. Or somebody hanging in the streets.

Former British prime minister Tony Blair – currently employed as a senior adviser to JP Morgan – said today:

We must not start thinking that society will be better off “if we hang 20 bankers at the end of the street” ….

Where’s all of this coming from?

The American government’s top official in charge of the bank bailouts writes:

Americans should lose faith in their government. They should deplore the captured politicians and regulators who distributed tax dollars to the banks without insisting that they be accountable. The American people should be revolted by a financial system that rewards failure and protects those who drove it to the point of collapse and will undoubtedly do so again.

Only with this appropriate and justified rage can we hope for the type of reform that will one day break our system free from the corrupting grasp of the megabanks.

Economics professor Randall Wray writes today:

Thieves … took over the whole economy and the political system lock, stock, and barrel. They didn’t just blow up finance, they oversaw the swiftest transfer of wealth to the very top the world has ever seen. They screwed workers out of their jobs, they screwed homeowners out of their houses, they screwed retirees out of their pensions, and they screwed municipalities out of their revenues and assets.

Financiers are forcing schools, parks, pools, fire departments, senior citizen centers, and libraries to shut down. They are forcing national governments to auction off their cultural heritage to the highest bidder. Everything must go in firesales at prices rigged by twenty-something traders at the biggest and most corrupt institutions the world has ever known.

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I see two scenarios playing out. In the first, we allow Wall Street to carry on its merry way, as the foreclosure crisis continues and Wall Street steals all homes, packaging them into bundles to be sold for pennies on the dollar to hedge funds. All wealth will be redistributed to the top 1% who will become modern day feudal lords with the other 99% living at their pleasure on huge feudal estates.

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That is the default scenario—the outcome that will emerge in the absence of action.

In the second, the 99% occupy, shut down, and obliterate Wall Street.

Economics professor Michael Hudson agrees … saying that the banks are trying to make us all serfs.

Top economists say that fraud caused the Great Depression and the current financial crisis, and that the economy will never recover until fraud is prosecuted.

Leading experts say that fraud is not only widespread, it is actually the business model adopted by the giant banks. See this, this, this, this, this and this.

Indeed, the big banks – with the help of the government – have basically become criminal enterprises. And yet the Bush and Obama administrations have made it official policy not to prosecute fraud.

Economics professor Steve Keen says:

“This is the biggest transfer of wealth in history”, as the giant banks have handed their toxic debts from fraudulent activities to the countries and their people.

Nobel economist Joseph Stiglitz said in 2009 that Geithner’s toxic asset plan “amounts to robbery of the American people”.

That’s why people are so mad at bankers.

I noted 7 years ago:
I am NOT calling for the overthrow of the government. In fact, I am calling for the reinstatement of our government. I am calling for an end to lawless dictatorship and a return to the rule of law. Rather than trying to subvert the constitution, I am calling for its enforcement.

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The best way to avoid all types of revolution would be for the government to start following the rule of law. I passionately hope it will do so.

The fact that even Tony Blair and Nouriel Roubini are talking about hanging bankers shows that this is the last chance for the justice system – the only thing which stands between criminals on Wall Street and pitchforks – to work.
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Are Big Banks Criminal Enterprises?

Postby Free » Tue Jul 24, 2012 3:36 pm

Are Big Banks Criminal Enterprises?

Hell yeah..

http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2012/07/big-banks-are-criminal-enterprises.html


Here are some recent improprieties by the big banks:

■Laundering money for drug cartels. See this, this, this and this (indeed, drug dealers kept the banking system afloat during the depths of the 2008 financial crisis)
■Laundering money for terrorists
■Engaging in mafia-style big-rigging fraud against local governments. See this, this and this
■Shaving money off of virtually every pension transaction they handled over the course of decades, stealing collectively billions of dollars from pensions worldwide. Details here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here
■Charging “storage fees” to store gold bullion … without even buying or storing any gold . And raiding allocated gold accounts
■Committing massive and pervasive fraud both when they initiated mortgage loans and when they foreclosed on them (and see this)
■Pledging the same mortgage multiple times to different buyers. See this, this, this, this and this. This would be like selling your car, and collecting money from 10 different buyers for the same car
■Cheating homeowners by gaming laws meant to protect people from unfair foreclosure
■Committing massive fraud in an $800 trillion dollar market which effects everything from mortgages, student loans, small business loans and city financing
■Engaging in insider trading of the most important financial information
■Pushing investments which they knew were terrible, and then betting against the same investments to make money for themselves. See this, this, this, this and this
■Engaging in unlawful “frontrunning” to manipulate markets. See this, this, this, this, this and this
■Engaging in unlawful “Wash Trades” to manipulate asset prices. See this, this and this
■Otherwise manipulating markets. And see this
■Participating in various Ponzi schemes. See this, this and this
■Charging veterans unlawful mortgage fees
■Helping the richest to illegally hide assets
■Cooking their books (and see this)
■Bribing and bullying ratings agencies to inflate ratings on their risky investments
The executives of the big banks invariably pretend that the hanky-panky was only committed by a couple of low-level rogue employees. But studies show that most of the fraud is committed by management.

Indeed, one of the world’s top fraud experts – professor of law and economics, and former senior S&L regulator Bill Black – says that most financial fraud is “control fraud”, where the people who own the banks are the ones who implement systemic fraud. See this, this and this.

But at least the big banks do good things for society, like loaning money to Main Street, right?

Actually:

■The big banks no longer do very much traditional banking. Most of their business is from financial speculation. For example, less than 10% of Bank of America’s assets come from traditional banking deposits. Instead, they are mainly engaged in financial speculation and derivatives. (and see this)
■The big banks have slashed lending since they were bailed out by taxpayers … while smaller banks have increased lending. See this, this and this
■A huge portion of the banks’ profits comes from taxpayer bailouts. For example, 77% of JP Morgan’s net income comes from taxpayer subsidies
■The big banks are literally killing the economy … and waging war on the people of the world
■And our democracy and republican form of government as well
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Re: Noman Info Warrior

Postby miguel » Tue Jul 24, 2012 4:01 pm

Free wrote:If not, I'm looking forward to the rationalizations.
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