Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Typical Third World Communist State

Yet again South Africa is shown to be a collection of clowns in search of a circus, and these strugglers have 80% of the world's accessible Platinum? Hmm

From RussiaToday

A scandalous incident was barely averted at the BRICS summit in South Africa as Russian President Vladimir Putin's guards had a row with local security officers, who refused to let them into the building.

Ellis Martin Report with David Morgan

From Ellis Martin

Brother JohnF - Silver Update: Music Stops

From BrotherJohnF

Breaking The Set

Abby Martin discusses Big Oil, Hateful Tweets and Bohemian Grove with guests Greg Palast and Mark Dice

From breakingtheset

Have you ever seen a Banker answer a question?

Me neither, and you don't see it in Eire either......

Is Texas eyeing a Gold Standard?

From RTAmerica 

Capital Controls for Cyprus


Protests in Cyprus over bailout deal

From AlJazeeraEnglish

You Will Never Look at Money the Same Again

A timely video in a post-Cyprus banking crisis world.

From TruthNeverTold
"The value of goods are expressed in money, while the value of money is expressed in goods. Money and goods are clearly not the same things, but are exactly opposite things.
Goods are wealth which you have, while money is a claim on wealth which you do not have. Goods are an asset; Money is a debt. If goods are wealth; money is clearly not wealth, it is negative wealth, maybe even anti-wealth." -- Carroll Quigley

Keiser Report: 'Yes, No, Maybe' World Order

From RussiaToday

In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert the new world order called Yes, No, Maybe in which secret downgrades and confiscation plans are certain only to a few insiders whilst chaos and confusion reigns for the rest of the population. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser talks to Leah McGrath Goodman, author of The Asylum: Inside the Rise and Ruin of the Global Oil Market, about the definitive proof that oil markets were manipulated to $100 in 2008 by ConAgra traders and what the US government response was to the information.