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No, The Big Banks Have Not “Paid Back” Government Bailouts and Subsidies

Washington’s Blog Dec 6, 2010 The big banks claim that they have paid back all of the bailout money they received, and that the taxpayers have actually made money on the bailouts. However, as Barry Ritholtz notes: Pro Publica has been maintaining a list of bailout recipients, updating the amount lent versus what was repaid…. Read More »

The Panic of 1907 & the history of the Banking System

‘THE PANIC OF 1907’, OCTOBER 22ND, 1907 With the stock market dropping almost 50%, many bankers called for a new central bank. But what really happened on October 22nd, 1907? ‘THE PANIC OF 1907’ – OCTOBER 22ND, 1907      This year passed the 106th Anniversary of the ‘Panic of 1907’ on October 22nd. The ‘Panic… Read More »

Occupy Wall Street: Two Years Later

Occupy Wall Street: Two Years Later Posted on September 17, 2013 by A. Tewary Two years ago today, on September 17, 2011, Occupy Wall Street (OWS) was born.  Spearheaded by the Vancouver-based progressive magazine Adbusters, a relatively small group of protesters set up an encampment at Zuccotti Park, a quasi-public space in downtown Manhattan, to… Read More »

12 Years Later…

America was built in the foundation of liberty for all men, with good will towards global protectors of peace. Magnificent achievements have built towers as tall as any man before. The Industrial Revolution has built a concrete network into a vast technological revolutionary world. Entire nations have risen against the devious plans of world corpratocracy… Read More »

HUMANITY’S HOLOCAUST

HUMANITY’S HOLOCAUST The tallest towers in the world were destroyed, spreading fumes of darkness across the streets -across the world. Greed rose to powerful seats encircling the global corporatocracy. War expanded devastating so much, for so long. Banking institutions united against national sovereignty, with total illegitimate fraud wrecking lives and futures. Toxic biochemical giant factories… Read More »

Egypt Revolution 2.0

Egyptian Revolution 2.0 Protestors have been gathering across Egypt since 6/26 for the 3rd time since Jan 25th 2011 which ousted dictator Mubarak and in June 30 2012 during Morsi’s takeover. Protestors have burned part of the Muslim Brotherhood’s HQ in Alexandria. 3 people, including one American filmmaker is dead in the city of Alexandria,… Read More »

The Movement 2013

The Movement 2013 It all goes back to 9/11. War. Corruption. Lies. Militarization of the Globalization. The greed was omniscient throughout all our lives. It was our brothers and sisters who lost their souls to the world of glamor and selfishness. Is it a need to have billions of dollars? The people who have all… Read More »

The Man Behind The Mask: Q&A With David Lloyd, “V For Vendetta” Artist And Creator Of The Guy Fawkes Mask Embraced By Anonymous And Protestors Worldwide

The Man Behind The Mask: Q&A With David Lloyd, “V For Vendetta” Artist And Creator Of The Guy Fawkes Mask Embraced By Anonymous And Protestors Worldwide ::: What unifies protesters around the world, from Occupy Wall Street to the streets of Istanbul? It might be a desire for change, for greater freedom, or frustration with… Read More »

What do Bosnia, Bulgaria and Brazil have in common?

What do Bosnia, Bulgaria and Brazil have in common? by Jerome Roos on June 15, 2013 Once again, it’s kicking off everywhere: from Turkey to Bosnia, Bulgaria and Brazil, the endless struggle for real democracy resonates around the globe.   What do a park in Istanbul, a baby in Sarajevo, a security chief in Sofia,… Read More »

Brazil Uprising & First Nation People World Revolution 2013

30/6/13 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Thousands of people gathered around the stadium #Maracana in Rio de Janeiro, #Brazil. 10,000 policemen and soldiers surrounded them protestors. The protest broke out just minutes before the start of the Brazil-Spain final of the Confederations Cup. Brazilian president Dilma Rousseff has said she is pushing for reforms aimed at… Read More »

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