Rafael Correa, president i Ecuador gäst hos Julian Assange på Russia Today.
En mycket intressant artikel om Libyen visar att landet inte hade någon statsskuld innan angreppet mot landet förra året, det har förekommit uppgifter om detta tidigare, t.ex. i den här klassiska VIDEON . Troligen var detta en av de viktigare anledningarna till att landet måste förstöras, de kunde ju bli en farlig förebild för andra! Att ett land har egen kontroll över utgivningen av sitt lands valuta, och har uppnått ett gott välstånd och välfärd för sin befolkning utan att vara skuldsatt hos de privata internationella bankirerna, kan inte tolereras av bankmaffian. Lägger in videon här också, om inte annat så för musiken. (på tal om Libyen och video och musik, glöm för h-te inte DEN HÄR !)
Ann Robertson and Bill Leumer – The Criminalization of the US Banking System
When homeowners have fallen behind in their mortgage payments, whether because of a job loss or because the interest rates just shot up, the bankers have responded coldly. Led by their economic interests, they set their robo-signers working overtime on foreclosures, forcing millions of people out of their homes. Back during the height of this current economic crisis, when Congress considered passing legislation that would have allowed judges to lower home loans in order to prevent these foreclosures, the banks lobbied furiously and killed the legislation.
But when the bankers themselves commit their own transgressions — not innocent and unavoidable transgressions like not paying back a loan because you lost your job thanks to the bankers’ recession — but actually breaking the law, the government not only forgives them, it virtually becomes an accomplice in their crimes.
Robo-signing, for example, is a crime. It occurred when bank employees signed thousands of documents, claiming they were accurate, without bothering to verify their claim. Yet no one went to jail.
video på globalresearch.ca – Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal: Assessments & Perspectives
At the end of the week-long hearing, the five-panel tribunal unanimously delivered guilty verdicts against George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld and their key legal advisors, who were all convicted of war crimes for their authorization of torture
Stephen Gowans – Myanmar learns the lesson of Libya
Strike Myanmar from the regime change list. Only two years ago, the resource-rich country located between India and China was practicing the kind of economic nationalism that got Libyan leader Muammar Gadhafi deep into trouble with the US State Department and oil company giants. Now, Washington has suspended its sanctions on Myanmar and nominated its first ambassador to the country in 22 years.
The Obama administration says it’s because of the profound political changes Myanmar has brought about over the last year, including the release from house arrest of Aung San Suu Kyi, who now sits in Myanmar’s parliament. But the real reason has more to do with the country’s military rulers turning away from economic nationalism and throwing their economy’s doors open wide to ownership by outsiders.