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Economic Shock and Awe


Paul Craig Roberts on the 9/11 10th Anniversary - GRTV Feature Interview 002 (4/4)

Guest Post: Analysis of the Global Insurrection Against Neo-Liberal Economic Domination and the Coming American Rebellion

The West is witnessing the greatest theft of wealth since Cortez showed up in what is now Mexico and the Spanish plundered the gold and silver of the Western Hemisphere.

Is mob behavior in stores on "Black Friday" a preview of mob violence when economic collapse hits?

American Dream turning into American Nightmare

The Shock Doctrine (the book by Naomi Klein)

The Indymac Slap -- Truly Frightening

Eleven Clear signs that the U.S. economy is headed into the toilet!

The Atlantic: Jobless American Future

Will Proposed Financial Regulatory Overhaul Acturally Reform Wall Street?

Don't cry for me, United States of America.

The Decade's 10 Biggest Financial Crimes

Rolling Stone Magazine: "Wall Street's Naked Swindle"

U.S. Financial System Systemic Failure Approaches

Bernanke threatens economic crash if Congress audits Fed

The following 7-minute video is one of the best I've ever seen in economics. It begins with Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke threatening an economic crash if Congress audits the Fed, moves to revealing headlines of financial corporate profits after taxpayers socialized their gambling losses, then closes with Secretary of the Treasury Tim Geithner telling Congress that TARP is really a pertetual line of $700 billion credit for him to do with as he pleases as long as Bernanke agrees. That means, if Treasury can sell the troubled assets, that money returns to Geithner's private reserve to buy more assets. As you may know, Harvard's Elizabeth Warren, the chair for the Oversight Panel, reported to the Senate that Treasury is over-paying corporations by about 50%. That's a gift from us, the taxpayers, to the gambling-addicted plutocrats of $82 Billion.

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