Posts Tagged ‘Banking Conspiracies’
Tags: Bankers, Banking Conspiracies, Corporatism, Donald Trump, Financial Crash, Financial Crisis, Goldman Sachs, JP Madoff, JP Morgan, Trump Administration, Wall Street
Tags: Bankers, Banking Conspiracies, Corporatism, Donald Trump, Goldman Sachs, Occupy Movement, Occupy Wall Street, Steve Bannon, Trump Administration, Trump Cabinet
Now that the electoral college has has confirmed Trump’s presidency and his inauguration approaches, I wanted to address the shape of the incoming Trump administration, the dangers, the sensibilities.
And why there is legitimate, palpable reason for concern and anxiety that isn’t anything to do with being ‘liberal elite’ or ‘lib-tard’ or whatever dumb labels anti-progressives like to throw around due to lack of vocabulary.
As these concerns are multifarious, I’ve decided to break them up into three different posts, starting with this one, to deal with three different areas: the second deals with the wacky or dangerous ‘basket of deplorables’ (to borrow a phrase) being brought into office around the Donald, and the third is focused on the foreign policy dangers. (more…)
Tags: 2016 Presidential Race, American Coup, Banking Conspiracies, Corporataucracy, Financial Crisis, Hilary Clinton, Hilary Clinton 2016, Wall Street
John Titus, in his latest video, “The Veneer of Justice in a Kingdom of Crime”, provides one of the most sober, factual demonstrations of precisely how the United States has in fact been subject to a very real coup that the majority of its citizens are only now starting to even notice.
The Stage is Set: Now Prepare for the Surveillance State, the Massive Welfare Cuts, Mass Unrest and the End of the UK…Posted: May 9, 2015 in (Politics) CURRENT AFFAIRS, This Week's News (From a Certain Point of View)
Tags: 2015 Election, Austerity, Banking Conspiracies, Conservative Policies, Conservatives, Corporatism, Electoral Reform, Financial Crisis, General Election, Human Rights Act, Snoopers Charter, Society, Surveilence State, Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, UK, UK politics, Welfare Cuts