This Chart Is A True Picture of The Bank Credit Bubble In America, Now Bigger Than The Last One (Which Blew Up)

Time to arrest and prosecute



– For a while, rumor had it that banks weren’t lending, and that this was the reason the recovery has been so crummy and that businesses weren’t expanding and that jobs weren’t being created fast enough. There was no demand for loans, and banks were too tight with their lending standards. Or so the story went.

Turns out, banks have been lending. Not only that. They’ve been lending more than ever before. They have been lending even more than during the last credit bubble, when too many easy loans were made helter-skelter by loosey-goosey loan officers while the Fed’s spigot was wide open, which helped blow up the financial system.

Note the beautiful big-fat bank credit bubble that emerged in 2002, picked up speed as it went, and took off in earnest in 2007, when the chart begins. And note how it soared exponentially in 2008. At the…

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REBEL YELL: Andrew Jackson and Why History Matters – By Michael Farrell


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The failures that are now taking place are amongst the stock-jobbers, brokers, and gamblers, and would to God, they were all swept from the land !”Andrew Jackson

Jackson is politically incorrect these days. Hot tempered, angry and unforgiving Manifest Destiny advocate who loved a lot of Indians like brothers and children but also was responsible for the Trail of Tears and the displacement of the Five Civilized Tribes to Oklahoma. Man of the people — who at the White House on Inaugural Day had to climb out a window to escape the crush of his worshipers, who pretty much trashed the place — but drank very little and lived moderately.

Accused as an adulterer and seducer, he married one woman and loved her unto and beyond death; and, took chivalry to new levels when Peggy Eaton was accused of being a adulteress with…

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MEDICINE WHEEL: The Case of the Incredible Disappearing Cancer Patients – By Tracy Kolenchuk


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Insurance pays for treatments, not for cures. It pays for treatments, even if they fail. But it does not pay for success. Success disappears. There are two ways for a cancer patient to disappear. You might be cured by health. Or you might be cured by a medicine that is not approved. In both cases, the medical system will ignore the cure, and ignore the patient:

It’s been almost 20 years since I met my first disappearing patient — a nurse in her early 40s, let’s call her Kate. Kate was diagnosed with breast cancer. As a nurse, she had seen the results of breast cancer treatments. She was terrified, and determined. She was not heading for surgery, nor chemotherapy, nor radiation.

But Kate worked in a hospital. She worked with the doctors who diagnosed her cancer, and she worked with the surgeon, who wanted to schedule…

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SHADOW GOVERNMENT: The ‘Secret Team’, The Real Power Structure – By L. Fletcher Prouty Col., U.S. Air Force (Ret.)


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The power of the Team derives from its vast intra-governmental undercover infrastructure and its direct relationship with great private industries, mutual funds and investment houses, universities, and the news media, including foreign and domestic publishing houses. The Secret Team has very close affiliations with elements of power in more than three-score foreign countries and is able when it chooses to topple governments, to create governments, and to influence governments almost anywhere in the world:

The most remarkable development in the management of America’s relations with other countries during the quarter-century since the end of World War 11 has been the assumption of more and more control over military, financial and diplomatic operations at home and abroad by men whose activities are secret, whose budget is secret, whose very identities as often as not are secret – in short, by a Secret Team whose actions only those…

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DAS KAPITAL: Guess What Happened The Last Time The Price Of Oil Plunged Below 38 Dollars A Barrel? – By Michael Snyder

Time for World War to boost prices ?


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– On Monday, the price of U.S. oil dropped below 38 dollars a barrel for the first time in six years.  The last time the price of oil was this low, the global financial system was melting down and the U.S. economy was experiencing the worst recession that it had seen since the Great Depression of the 1930s.  As I write this article, the price of U.S. oil is sitting at $37.65.  For months, I have been warning that the crash in the price of oil would be extremely deflationary and would have severe consequences for the global economy.  Nations such as Japan, Canada, Brazil and Russia have already plunged into recession, and more than half of all major global stock market indexes are down at least 10 percent year to date.  The first major global financial crisis since 2009 has begun, and things are only going…

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Terrorizing School Children in the American Police State

America De-militarize our schools then our police them the army.

Desultory Heroics


By Henry Giroux

Source: Counterpunch

Americans live in an age, to rephrase, W.E.B. Dubois, in which violence has become the problem of the twenty-first century. As brutalism comes to shape every public encounter, democratic values and the ethical imagination wither under the weight of neoliberal capitalism and post-racial racism. Giving way to the poisonous logics of self-interest, privatization, and the unfettered drive for wealth, American society reneges on the social contract and assumes the role of a punishing state.[i] Under the regime of a predatory neoliberalism, compassion and respect for the other are viewed increasingly with contempt while the spectacle of violence titillates the multitudes and moves markets. A free-market mentality now drives and corrupts politics, destroys social protections, celebrates a hyper-competitiveness, and deregulates economic activity. As politics is emptied of any sense of social responsibility, the apostles of casino capitalism preach that allegedly amoral economic activity exacts no…

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“Beware The Media Industrial Complex”

The CABAL controls all forexploitation and profiteering. Banking, War, Drugs, Disease,Media,Energy. Water , and life itself has been commoditized.

An Outsider's Sojourn II


The following article speaks for itself:

Beware The Media Industrial Complex

By Chris Veritas

In conversations with various people, I have often brought up the fact that the Media seems to have no memory of the past, is entirely uniform when it comes to urging war, and patently ignores a plethora of glaring issues. The issues it does catch sight of, it seems incapable of penetrating, remaining at the surface of things, and therefore keeping discourse at the most superficial level. When questioned about these tendencies of Media, the responses I’ve received range from “well, that’s just the way they maintain ratings”, to “but my paper or network has the better ideology”. Americans appear satisfied to accept what occurs to them as given, and like Pangloss to reply, indeed, this is “the best of all possible worlds”.

I beg to differ.

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The Sinister Purpose of Western Education

Pump gas, change the oil,sell kids drugs, shoot your neighbors and support the prison nation. Now did we learn you right ?

The Most Revolutionary Act

Schooling the World: the White Man’s Last Burden

Directed by Carol Black (2010)

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Schooling the World, featuring Indian environmental activist Vendana Shiva and Helene Norberg Hodge (producer of Economics of Happiness), is about the colonizing function of western education. The “White Man’s Burden” is a Victorian reference to the schooling of ignorant natives for the purpose of “civilizing” them.

Historically, the primary purpose of western education has been to facilitate the seizure of occupied land by destroying native language and culture. At present, however, its main purpose is to train children to use corporate products in a modern environment and to become compliant workers in a global industrial system. Thanks to western education, “backward” third world children transition from self-sufficient members of local economies to dependent cogs in the global economy.

The documentary gives three examples of this philosophy in practice: the historical outrage of indigenous…

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