We’re all slaves to central bankers

“Do we all work for Central Bankers? Is this Global Governance at last? Is it One World.. with the Central Bankers in charge?”
“To answer your question: We are absolutely slave to Central Banks”
“Markets are driven by policy now, they’re not driven by market forces”
“Fiat currency thats continually watered down.. so the markets go up and we feel good about it”
“We are basically beholden to Central Bankers”
“..admits (Federal Reserve) are debasing currency and borrowing our way to false prosperity”
“Every Central Bank in the world has to devalue their currency”
“Free markets will fight back and ultimately they’ll win”

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Tony Blair is a war criminal

A protester, named as David Lawley-Wakelin, who disrupted former Prime Minister Tony Blair’s testimony at the Leveson Inquiry, by bursting into the courtroom, is led away from the Royal Courts of Justice by police officers and security staff on May 28, 2012 in London.

“Tony Blair is a war criminal” – David Lawley-Wakelin

The protester accused Mr Blair of profiting from a deal with investment bank JP Morgan as a consequence of the 2003 invasion. Mr Blair – who along with his guard did not react at all to the interruption.

‘What he said about Iraq and JP Morgan is completely untrue. I’ve never had a conversation with them about that.’ – Tony Blair

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Don’t Believe the Lies

We are trying to explain the Greek crisis, how it relates to the rest of Europe and who is actually being bailed out. Features clips from the documentary Debtocracy, and an interview with the film maker, as well as the financial editor of one of Greeks biggest newspapers, which has been on strike for months.

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Revealed

Surprise surprise, science may have confirmed the occupy street protesters’ worst fears. An analysis of the relationships between 43,000 transnational corporations has identified a relatively small group of companies, mainly banks, with disproportionate power over the global economy.

When the team further untangled the web of ownership, it found much of it tracked back to a “super-entity” of 147 even more tightly knit companies – all of their ownership was held by other members of the super-entity – that controlled 40 per cent of the total wealth in the network. “In effect, less than 1 per cent of the companies were able to control 40 per cent of the entire network,” says Glattfelder. Most were financial institutions. The top 20 included Barclays Bank, JPMorgan Chase & Co, and The Goldman Sachs Group.

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