Posts Tagged ‘Financial Crisis’

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 I recently spoke with Dr Leon Tressell, a historian of geopolitics and expert on the ‘bankster crime wave’. Instead of trying to summarise or repackage his material, I’ve decided – with his full permission – to fully reproduce the text of an article he recently published for SouthFront; it includes his interview with Helen Chaitman about the biggest recorded crime in Wall Street history, the role of JP Morgan in this, and what it tells us about the state of the American financial and political system.

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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.

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One of the moments I always remember most from Charles Dickens’ immortal seasonal story,  A Christmas Carol,  is the early passage where Ebeneezer Scrooge is visited by the charity collectors, who naively come to Scrooge for a donation to their ‘fund for the poor’.
True to character, the miserly Scrooge tells them that he doesn’t have time for ‘idle people’. “Are the work-houses still in operation?” he casually asks, implying that the poor, disabled and destitute  should be put to work. When he is confronted with the possibility of many of them dying, Scrooge simply says, “well, they’d best get on with it and decrease the surplus population…”

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We in the UK now have major problems ahead. In some respects the fear-mongering may be excessive; in others, however, there is genuine cause for great concern about what this 2015 General Election outcome will mean for UK society and what the next five years will hold.

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