Sunday, November 6, 2011

Muslims begin Hajj pilgrimage

From: Euronews  | Nov 4, 2011

Berlusconi defiant as coalition crumbles

From: Euronews  | Nov 4, 2011

Greek PM says coalition talks to "begin soon"

From: Euronews  | Nov 5, 2011 The Greek Prime Minister has begun his attempt to form a broad coalition government after winning a crucial confidence vote in parliament.

On the Edge - Global economic chaos

From: PressTVGlobalNews  | Nov 5, 2011  | 292 views

In this edition of the show Max interviews Satyajit Das, author of Extreme Money.

Bart Chilton interviewed

Bart Chilton, Commissioner of the United States Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) is interviewed by Eric King about market manipulation in Silver and MF Global.......listen here

G. Edward Griffin on Corporations and OWS

By on Nov 4, 2011

A glimpse of the future of precious metal mining

In 100 years time this and 100's of thousands more landfills will be reclassified as primary silver mines, at which time the cycle will be complete. Silver mined, made into an electronic device, de-mined into a landfill, re-mined from that landfill and then turned into a replacement for antibiotics when the last one has become resistant. 

Guatemala's toxic river of trash that is attracting thousands of 'miners' risking life in search of gold and jewellery.

By Associated Press

Amidst a torrent of grey, toxic water, these are the men who call themselves ‘miners’ as they risk their lives in search for gold and jewellery in a garbage-filled gorge.

The water spews from a drainage tunnel and surges along the ravine, tumbling along trash that has fallen from Guatemala City’s landfill 1,000 feet above.

Despite the foul odours, the danger of unstable piles of garbage collapsing and the chance for heavy rain to suddenly raise the water level, dozens of people are busily at work searching for jewellery and other metal scraps knocked loose from the trash.

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CHAPMAN UPDATE: Occupy, CFTC, Silver, Tyranny, Gaddafi, B of A Crimes & REVOLUTION

From: SGTbull07  | Nov 5, 2011

Keiser Report: Financial Rape, Financial Pornography

By on Nov 5, 2011

Every week Max Keiser looks at all the scandal behind the financial news headlines. This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss error accounts and accounting 'errors,' like misplacing $700 million or finding $78 billion. Only GIABOzilla can save the day! In the second half of the show, Max Keiser interviews James Howard Kunstler about political awakening that an absence of justice could turn into a new Jacobin style uprising.