Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Alex Jones and Greg Palast discuss the $13B fine levied against JP Morgan

From TheAlexJonesChannel

Blue to Red

The Blue Mountains (West of Sydney) have suffered the worst bush fires in 50 years this week. Our thoughts go out to those who have lost their homes and possessions and those that are currently fighting to save their's. For the latest on the fires go here

Bush fire smoke over the CBD of Sydney

JS Kim - Banking 101: How I Know the US Dollar Will Become Worthless

From smartknowledgeu

Published on Oct 16, 2013

Throughout history there have been 775+ fiat currencies backed by nothing. Not ONE has survived the test of time, with the average lifespan being 27 years after huge price devaluation of said currencies. The only currencies that have held their value over 100s of years have been hard currencies backed by gold.

Marc Faber - "We Are The Bubble...There Is No Exit Strategy"

Gold Seek Radio GSR interviews Bill Murphy

From GoldSeek.com Radio

Abby Martin interviews "Economic Hitman" John Perkins

From breakingtheset

Published on Oct 18, 2013

Abby Martin speaks with John Perkins, best-selling author of 'Confessions of an Economic Hitman' & 'Hoodwinked', about the corporate takeover of world governments and the need to eradicate the death economy.

Doug Casey & Jim Rogers: Legendary Investors' Roundtable

From WallStForMainSt

NSA Starting Diplomatic Fires Around the World

From RTAmerica

Published on Oct 21, 2013

The latest Edward Snowden leaks reveal an NSA very much interested in spying on friends as well as enemies. New documents show citizens, business leaders, and politicians within Mexico and France were all targeted by NSA spying programs, leaving the White House having to put out diplomatic fires around the world. All of these allegations seem to go against the NSA's own mission statement. RT's Sam Sacks reports.

James Turk on Sprott Money News

From Sprott Money