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Ballad of a Thin Man

Bob Dylan – Ballad of a Thin Man

Uh Oh: China Doesn’t Want To Lend Us Money Anymore

"The peak of foreign capital inflows into the US was clearly seen in the second quarter of 2007, just before the crisis in the US that has rocked its banking system and driven it deeply into recession."

why money is collapsing and why central banks need adult supervision
" A case in point was a year ago, when gold was about to break through $1000, oil was hovering near $150/barrel, bank stocks were plummeting, and so was the dollar. Suddenly in July, everything miraculously reversed – the dollar and bank stocks shot up, and gold and oil plunged. What happened? The Japanese central bank later admitted in its local paper that the central banks had colluded to manipulate the markets."

Denis Hughes named head of New York Fed

Long-gagged FBI whistleblower’s full under-oath testimony from Ohio election case, details Congressional blackmail, bribery, espionage, infiltration, more…

ELIZABETH WARREN: LISTEN CAREFULLY–SHE TELLS IT LIKE IT REALLY IS The action now is called RE-Remics
"CDOs are already complicated. Repackaging them makes it harder to figure out what the investment is worth. The more obscure the concept, she said, the more likely the deal has gotten too creative."

(‘The Myth of Sisyphus’), 1942, expounds Camus’s notion of the absurd and of its acceptance with ‘the total absence of hope, which has nothing to do with despair, a continual refusal, which must not be confused with renouncement – and a conscious dissatisfaction’. ; it is such an attitude that seems apropos of our time. We have already seen that Obama’s ‘change’ is but bullshit; that his ‘yes we can’ optimism simply reflects the power interests of this nation, not the people of the nation.

So abandon the hope and be part of a revolution as called for in the Declaration of Independence.

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Jobs I've had: mowing lawns,delivering newspapers,Bedding deliveryman, short order cook,vietnam vet,bookkeeeper in Fulton Fish Market,merchandiser/asst. buyer in Garment District,Womens shoe store salesman and asst.mgr.,wholesale egg delivery man,telephone company phone booth and car washer,taxi driver,mud carrier for bricklayers, college student,radio/tv repair training, fm disc jockey, dealer,Vegas bartender,registered commodity representative(broker and mgr.),programmer,systems programmer,systems engineer,pre and post sales engineer,computer admin, computer systems support,notary public and probably a couple of other jobs I've forgotten.