Sunday, October 23, 2011

OCCUPY Wall Street: NYC - Real, Informed, Justifiably Angry Americans

From: SGTbull07  | Oct 21, 2011

St Paul closes doors to 'Occupiers'

From: AlJazeeraEnglish  | Oct 22, 2011

Occupy Sydney broken up in dawn raid

Reuters -

Police broke up a Sydney protest camp inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement in an early morning raid on Sunday, making dozens of arrests, police and protesters said.

The 'Occupy Sydney' protest against corporate greed and economic inequality in the Martin Place business district had been going on for a week, with a small group sleeping out in the square despite seizure of camping equipment, setting up solar panels to charge mobile phones.The raid by about 100 officers came two days after police in Melbourne broke up a parallel protest there in violent scenes. New South Wales state police said they had made 40 arrests in Sydney on Sunday.

Occupy Sydney : The Experience


On the Edge with Ed Harrison

by on Oct 22, 2011

In this edition of the show Max interviews Ed Harrison from

The Great Silver Debate

By on Oct 21, 2011

Losses expected for holders of Greek debt

From: Euronews  | Oct 22, 2011

Pepe Escobar: NATO wanted Gaddafi dead all along

From: RTAmerica  | Oct 20, 2011

Martin Armstrong: Gold - The Pulse of the World Economy

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Occupy Sydney Day 8 - Steve Keen outside the Reserve Bank

By on Oct 22, 2011 Steve Keen's blog -

'Gaddafi murder - international crime'

From: RussiaToday  | Oct 22, 2011 

There's growing international pressure for an investigation into exactly how Libya's ousted dictator Moammar Gaddafi died. The UN expressed concern over video footage taken following his capture which shows Gaddafi taken alive, before he was killed. Meanwhile, NATO said it's winding down its bombing campaign in the country. London-based journalist and author Afshin Rattansi says that killing Colonel Gaddafi is an international crime.

Keiser Report Occupies World!

From: RussiaToday  | Oct 22, 2011  

This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, celebrate the 200th episode of Keiser Report with viewer artwork. They look at TINA versus Lady Liberty as an austerity police force is proposed for Greece. In the second half of the show, Stacy Herbert occupies Keiser Report. Max and Stacy discuss doggies, inflation and stealing the teleprompter from a mouthpiece for bankers.