And not one of these SOB’s has lost a friggin thing! Not one has spent the first second locked up behind bars! Not one has lost their self gorging of high living because the taxpayer is on the hook to try and pay these debts off! Not one has even admitted or taken any kind of responsibility whatsoever for their own over blown, sociopathic, maniacal hubris! Not one of them! How in the hell does this happen in a just world? It doesn’t, because our world, as constructed by these same mad men, is not one that is just.
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Here is AJ’s schedule – “Meltdown is a four-part investigation that takes a closer look at the people who brought down the financial world. It can be seen on Al Jazeera English from Tuesday, September 20, at the following times GMT: Tuesday: 2000; Wednesday: 1200; Thursday: 0100; Friday: 0600; Saturday: 2000; Sunday: 1200; Monday: 0100; Tuesday: 0600.”
This week Max and Stacey cover the pharmaceutical industries pill pushing agenda targeting any who have the slightest hint of an emotional disorder. This includes our children who seem to be their number one target. Max also talks to Adrian Salbuchi about the similarities between the financial attack on Greece and what happened to Argentina in 2001/2002.
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Update on Iceland –Economy Mend Iceland Stuffs Bankers Second Time
“Icelanders have rejected a depositor claims agreement with Britain and Netherlands for a second time in as many years as voters signalled they did not want tax funds to cover foreign losses by a private bank.
Initial results showed 59.1 per cent of voters said ”no” to the so-called Icesave agreement, while 40.9 per cent said ”yes”, based on figures published by a regional electorate commission, with about 90 per cent of votes counted.
”This matter will now be settled in the European Free Trade Association’s court,” Prime Minister Johanna Sigurdardottir said.
The government had hoped Icesave would restore investor relations and end the isolation that has stalled Iceland’s resurrection from its banking collapse.”
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