by Nathan Allonby Global Research December 21, 2010 CCTV has led to large scale arrests, following the recent student protests in London, over increased tuition fees. A total of over 180 people have been arrested, with the majority identified by CCTV. The current arrests very much represent a landmark – we are now equipped... »
Archive for December 22nd, 2010
Britain’s Police State: London arrests based on CCTV identification. Britain adopts Chinese model of policing protest?
TheDailyBail.com Tuesday, December 21, 2010 The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will mark the winter solstice by taking an unprecedented step to expand government’s reach into the Internet by attempting to regulate its inner workings. In doing so, the agency will circumvent Congress and disregard a recent court ruling. How did the FCC get here?... »
By: Rick Ackerman GoldSeek.com Wednesday, 22 December 2010 Just when it looked like the alleged economic recovery couldn’t get any weaker without extinguishing itself entirely, the municipal bond market has gone to hell. And just like in hell, there is no exit – at least none that we can imagine. Here’s why: Municipal and... »
Eric Blair Activist Post Remember the buzzword chatter? When our criminal government kept the sheeple on the razor’s edge of fear because they’d say that chatter levels coming from Al-Qaeda were increasing? Well, today, in this article, I’m going to openly fear monger to you, because the chatter by the real terrorists, the ruling... »
TheAutomaticEarth.com The story of the day must be Steve Kroft’s 60 Minutes segment that aired yesterday under the title “The Day of Reckoning” (see video below). While it’s sort of a shame Kroft didn’t interview, say, California’s outgoing and incoming governors Arnold Schwarzenegger or Jerry Brown, there’s still plenty of good stuff in the... »
Citigroup has warned of a fresh wave of bank failures and sovereign defaults in Europe unless EU leaders come up with a credible response to the crisis. By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Telegraph.co.uk 21 Dec 2010 Prof Willem Buiter, the bank’s chief economist, said the eurozone was paralysed by a “game of chicken” between the European... »
Down Argentine Way by Ron Holland LewRockwell.com There are many ominous parallels between Argentina and the U.S. and the question often asked is can America avoid the economic consequences that Argentina suffered from a fascist government combined with government debt and currency collapse? I believe the answer is likely NO! “There are a lot... »
EndoftheAmericanDream.com As you read this, there are over 18 million students enrolled at the nearly 5,000 colleges and universities currently in operation across the United States. Many of these institutions of higher learning are now charging $20,000, $30,000 or even $40,000 a year for tuition and fees. That does not even count living expenses.... »
Monetary Watch December 2010: The Money Supply, a Triple From Here? by Michael Pollaro LewRockwell.com Our monthly Monetary Watch, an Austrian take on where we are on the monetary inflation front and what’s next… Headline Monetary Aggregates in November The U.S. money supply aggregates based on the Austrian definition of the money supply, what... »
Municipal Bond Market Crash 2011: Are Dozens Of State And Local Governments About To Default On Their Debts?
TheEconomicCollapseBlog.com In the United States, it is not just the federal government that has a horrific debt problem. Today, state and local governments across America are collectively deeper in debt than they ever have been before. In fact, state and local government debt is now sitting at an all-time high of 22 percent of... »