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Never Forget, Never Again: No Amnesty for Empty Apologies

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The “Propaganda model” and it’s components: Agenda Setting, Predetermine, Select, Shape, Control and Restrict by: Selection of Topics, Distribution of Concerns, Emphasis, Framing of Issues, Filtering of Information and Bounding of Debate.

Events not covered, questions not asked.

The situation here is as pathetic after the meltdown as it was before. The media is owned by a postbox on Cayman, sustained by a dame who inherited the nations fish stocks, and edited by a master crash-man. It is understandable, that reporters do not bite the hand that feeds them, but even the state-factory’s mantra was all through the impeachment proceedings, – the former PM is ohh! so innocent. – Surprisingly the court did not agree.

Lost currency reserve? What, where? Offshore kronas are said to be the greatest single threat, asking for ownership or even Tobin tax is in bad taste, so is asking about transfer pricing. Every sperm is sacred.

François Hollande, said that they were dealing with a faceless money power, but then he would. “They” do have a name, face, and address, but “they” just love their impunity, privacy and bank secrecy.

After successfull removal of the FSA’s Director, the undermining of the Special Prosecutor is in progress, this too does not warrant any attention.

Even the new constitutional draft takes money out of reach for the people, so continues the legalization of private profit and public loss.

The postbox on Cayman has now revealed it’s preferred presidential candidates.

“Elections Run by Same Guys Who Sell Toothpaste” ~ Noam Chomsky

“It’s an apparent choice. Like choosing a brand of detergent. Whether you buy Ivory Snow or Tide, they’re both owned by Proctor and Gamble” ~ Arundhati Roy

What Where
Luke Rudkowski
Kill the bastard

Manufacturing Consent
And Then There Were Six
Street of Shame
Crime in transition

The Greeks should
Two-Tiered Justice
Career Limiting Gestures
Regulatory capture

The Elite of Organized Crime?

“doing god’s work.” & as an hypothetical, ~ it’s all perfectly legal.

Combating Transnational Organized Crime
Organized Crime and Banking
The offshore City
Money laundering

Wall Street Merging With Organized Crime?
Italy’s Largest Bank
The Story of Broke 
At least the savings and investment functions are clearly separated

Bill Black’s eye-popping opening statement
PLUNDER – The Crime Of Our Time
Dissecting Occupy Wall Street

Exponetial growth (Economists Need Not Apply)

A Century of Conscious and Intelligent Manipulation

The year 2012 will be interesting. The usual coalition of money, politics and propaganda will fight for their privileges to: not follow any rules, to not bear any responsibility and never ever admit mistakes.

We could empty our overcrowded prisons in a day if we used the same justice for all.

Corruption in a small society takes on a contracted form of mutual insurance.

It was said that all the players in the meltdown could fit into a restaurant, the difficulty is that so can the jurors of their peers


Propaganda (1928)
Taking the Risk out of Democracy
A Century of Spin
Selling Free Enterprise

PR! – A Social History of Spin
There Are No Conspiracies
Justice under seege
The Best Way to Rob a Bank Is to Own One

The Sacrosanct

or Prospectors, Scavengers and Vultures.

Not a day passes without our minders telling us about our true benefactors, those who come baring investor gifts: jobs, development and yes financial growth – all this at no cost to us – Hallelujah.

Somehow our narcissistic media missed this insignificant and ‘slanderous’ report.

“From Kazakhstan to Australia, taking in the views of Zambia, war-stricken Congo and Angola, cutting across from Siberia to Iceland is a network of mining and metals companies with a catalogue of environmental and community abuse in their wake. In Iceland its face is Century Aluminum, but behind them, at the heart of this web lies the secretive commodity broker Glencore International of Switzerland.”

“The importance of commodity markets has been intensified by the 2008 financial crisis. From 2003 to 2008, the commodities future market grew 1900%, from $13Bn to $318Bn55. Part of this is a shift out of stocks and shares to capitalise on increased growth in China and on natural disasters, which are helping push up the prices of basics. Brokerages such as Glencore make their money from trading on shortages” … “Rather than deal on the open markets, the main business deals are done in private, away from scrutiny.”

From Siberia to Iceland: Century Aluminum, Glencore and the Incestuous World of Mining

War was good to Alcoa
Chinese billionaire (Poet) to purchase big chunk of Iceland

Corruption around foreign investment (is)
10 facts about the Nubo issue (is)

Vultures’ Picnic
The Best Democracy Money Can Buy
Walking with the Comrades

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