Robert Steele: The Armed Unemployed — Lessons Not Learned + Revolution RECAP

Robert David Steele Vivas

Robert David Steele Vivas

The below two headlines should give the 1% great pause.

ISIS: Western Journalist Embedded With Group Says He Came Into Contact With Americans

Reporter who spent ten days with ISIS says the West ‘has no concept’ of how dangerous the group is and says they want to ‘kill all non-believers and enslave their children’

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Jan 20

Berto Jongman: Paris 12 Charlie Hebdo False Flag: Theory, Evidence, and Motive + Webster Tarpley Analysis + Paul Craig Roberts Update

Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

The Charlie Hebdo False Flag in Paris: Theory, Evidence and Motive

Stuart J. Hooper
21st Century Wire

The following essay looks to present a theory of false flag terrorism in relation to evidence and motives present for the case of the Charlie Hebdo shootings in Paris, France.

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Jan 17

Berto Jongman: Charlie Hebdo False Flag as Basis for Outlawing Encryption to Achieve Total Surveillance with Total Taxation Efficiency

Berto Jongman

Berto Jongman

Economist: World Leaders Will Exploit Charlie Hebdo to Eliminate Encryption

Economist Martin Armstrong warns that the twin attacks in France will be used by world leaders to push for restrictions on Internet privacy and the total elimination of encrypted communications. Armstrong, who correctly predicted the 1987 Black Monday crash as well as the 1998 Russian financial collapse, writes that, “They are using this latest event precisely as they used 911 to strip us of all rights.”

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Jan 16

CounterPunch: 99% Screwed Front and Back

counterpunch goodDown the Plughole
40 Years of Economic Policy in One Chart

Once wages detached from productivity, the rich progressively got richer. They used their wealth to reduce taxes on capital, role back critical regulations, break up the unions, install their own lapdog politicians, push through trade agreements that pitted US workers against low-paid labor in the developing world, and induce their shady Central Bank buddies to keep interest rates locked below the rate of inflation so they could cream hefty profits off gigantic asset bubbles.

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Jan 16