5 May 2012
'Americans plugged into the Matrix are programmed to believe that they have correct information provided by a varied and “independent media.” In fact the media is owned by 5 or 6 mega-media companies run by corporate advertising executives and Washington.'
Additional Video: US student loan crisis (with Max Keiser)
Submitted by Tyler Durden:
Charlie Munger: "gold is a great thing to sew onto your garments if you're a Jewish family in Vienna in 1939 but civilized people don't buy gold"
David Einhorn: "I will keep a substantial long exposure to gold -- which serves as a Jelly Donut antidote for my portfolio. While I'd love for our leaders to adopt sensible policies that would reduce the tail risks so that I could sell our gold, one nice thing about gold is that it doesn't even have quarterly conference calls
Kyle Bass: "Buying Gold Is Just Buying A Put Against The Idiocy Of The Political Cycle. It's That Simple!"
and Howard Buffett: "I warn you that politicians of both parties will oppose the restoration of gold, although they may outwardly seemingly favor it. Also those elements here and abroad who are getting rich from the continued American inflation will oppose a return to sound money. There is no more important challenge facing us than the restoration of your freedom to secure gold in exchange for the fruits of your labors."
The uncivilized people have spoken, and the winner is...
David Cameron has been described as a traitor. The fact that he is planning to allow a large American corporation with a dubious background to run our police force, tends to confirm this. Nowadays, there is no need to go to war. You can simply take over key assets by doing so under the sacred banner of privatisation. Source
Submitted by Azizonomics:
Bloomberg viewers estimate that Ron Paul was the winner of the clash of the Pauls. But that is very much beside the point. This wasn’t really a debate. Other than the fascinating moment where Krugman denied defending the economic policies of Diocletian, very little new was said, and the two combatants mainly talked past each other.
The real debate happened early last decade.
Readers are free to make up their own minds who won that one.
And so, round two. Krugman wants more inflation; Paul is scared of the prospect. From Paul’s FT editorial yesterday:
A new report has revealed that the Israeli regime supplied Argentina with weapons during the Falklands War between Britain and Buenos Aires in 1982.
The report comes as Argentina and Britain commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Falklands War.
This year marked 30 years since the first significant events of the war - which claimed the lives of 258 British and 649 Argentine troops - including the sinking of the General Belgrano, an Argentine warship.
On April 2, 1982, Argentina had invaded the Falkland Islands and, just days later, a team of seven civilian pilots was summoned by the Argentine air force and sworn to secrecy.
They were to aid their country's war effort by flying twice to Tel Aviv, to load up planes with Israeli weapons and artillery, to be used by troops on the ground against the British.
All religions have an explanation for a Sufi. In this age of False Flags (and deceipt), it is important to have insight. And by saying no to the major sins we can cultivate insight (light into our hearts)