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Jewish community wants to Banish Bernie Madoff

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Danielle Berrin mentioned at Swindler’s List a discussion Jeffrey Goldberg had with L.A. Super Rabbi David Wolpe. The topic of their conversation was Bernard Madoff. And like Rabbi Elliot Dorff and others too, Wolpe takes on look at the Jewish response to Madoff. For one, Goldberg wants to know if he should be excommunicated for allegedly bilking Jewish charities of hundreds of millions of dollars: David... 

N.A.U. and the Economical Crisis…

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Probably most of you have heard of the North American Union (NAU) a union that will erase the borders between U.S.A., Canda and Mexico. Due to the “economical crisis” which is nothing but just a jewish manipulated thing this union may take life since the US Dollar dropped severily comparing to the E.U.’s Euro. So what’s the “solution”? “N.A.U.” and the... 

The Slow Downfall of America

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THE KEY TO NATIONAL POWER & INDEPENDENCE is manufacturing. America’s needs, whether it be food, clothing, habitation, or defense, was once bound up and provided for through its domestic manufacturing base. As the US Recession deepens and job losses set records, (530,000 jobs were lost in November 2008), the blame must be pointed at the Zionist bankers of the privately-owned Federal Reserve... 

American auto industry at stake, but not bankers

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Trillions of dollars for the International Jewish Bankers. Zero for America’s Auto industry and 10 million American employees. By David Duke Ben Shalom Bernanke, the Jewish head of the Federal Reserve told Congress and the American people that we must pass a 700 billion dollar bailout (theft) of taxpayer’s money that must be given to the Jewish-dominated international banks. At the same time the... 

US dominance ending: China path to world power

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  By Patrick J. Buchanan For decades, before a heedless congregation, some of us have preached the old Hamiltonian gospel. Great nations do not have trade partners. They have trade competitors and rivals. Trade surpluses are superior to trade deficits. Tariffs on foreign goods are preferable to taxes on U.S. producers. Manufacturing, not finance, is the muscle of the nation. Economic independence... 

“Change we can believe” – Obama effect fails to rouse the markets

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  Barack Obama’s historic election win failed to spark a worldwide stockmarket rally today as the financial markets focused on the economic crisis facing the next US president. Shares fell across Europe and on Wall Street after Obama’s win was confirmed. The Dow Jones was down 300 points when London closed at 9324, a loss of 3.1% – reversing yesterday’s surge towards the 10000... 

Stocks plunge as investors ponder Obama presidency

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NEW YORK – A case of postelection nerves sent Wall Street plunging Wednesday as investors absorbed a stream of bad economic news abd wondered how a Barack Obama presidency will help the country weather a possibly severe recession. Volatility returned to the market, with the Dow Jones industrials falling nearly 500 points and all the major indexes tumbling more than 5 percent. The market was expected... 

Jobless set to top two million as the UK economy heads for meltdown

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The true scale of the jobs disaster facing Britain is revealed today as experts issue dire warnings that up to half a million workers will lose their jobs over the next two years, as companies cut costs and scale back investment plans to survive the economic downturn. Official figures are widely expected to reveal this week that the number of people out of work and claiming benefits increased for... 

China soon to overtake US economy

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As George Bush goes to war of words with Russia over Georgia, protects Israeli interests (Iraq War) and failing to stop Mexican Illegal Immigration, the US economy is soon to be overtaken by China… Here’s a stat to get the old ticker pumping first thing in the morning: Past 25 Year Growth Rates: China: 8%+ U.S.     3% on an inflation-adjusted average annual rate Does that place a recent... 

As war with Iran is on the horizon, US company General Motors nearing bankrupty

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It has been said that “as goes GM, so goes America.” With GM teetering on bankruptcy – and suffering massive losses due to lack of foresight on how to compete with foreign car makers – Americans need to stop, think, and realize that GM going down means America is not far behind. My guess is those GM executives never dreamed that BushCo policies would turn out to be so devastating... 

Ron Paul: Pending financial disaster for the US economy

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  The following statement is written by Congressman Paul about the pending financial disaster. He will introduce this statement as a special order and insert it into the Congressional Record next week. Fortunately, we have the opportunity to debut it first on the Campaign for Liberty blog. It reads as follows: I have, for the past 35 years, expressed my grave concern for the future of America. The... 

Outsourcing may cost Australia 1 million jobs

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THE service sector is at risk of losing more than one million jobs during the next two decades as a result of big business outsourcing work overseas, a union report predicts. One in 10 service jobs could be sent offshore, the report prepared for the Service Unions of Australia reveals today. The service sector accounts for four out of five jobs and 80 per cent of economic activity in Australia and... 

US Government Facing Fiscal Armageddon- US Dollar in Deep Trouble

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The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) — the auditing arm of the U.S. Congress — warns that the nation’s deficits and debts are now so overwhelming, America may face fiscal Armageddon. Unfortunately, the warning has fallen on deaf ears — so much so that long-time GAO head David M. Walker has recently resigned, hoping he can get his message out more effectively on his own. His... 

China Dumps Dollar - US Meltdown Underway

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Comments by China that it intends to move away from its reliance on the dollar triggered a sharp drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and heightened worldwide fears about the U.S. currency’s stability. Chinese Central Bank Vice Director Xiu Jian said that his country is planning to shift much of its $1.4 trillion national currency reserve from dollars to more stable currencies, such as the... 

Sweden: The cost of immigration

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Stig-Björn Ljunggren, political scientist, thinks it’s reasonable to calculate how much immigration costs society. Immigration minister Tobias Billström thinks the debate should be more about immigration as a positive force. Ljunggren is a professor of national economy and works at the Center for Labor Market Policy Research at Växjö university. He speaks of Bromölla municipality, which... 
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