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The Revolution Is Beginning.....



November 18, 2010 – Comments (3)

The world is waking up......the present system is simply not sustainable in the Digital can't bail out criminal bankers and let the population suffer for very long before the population revolts....I am simply amazed how long it has taken for the population to finally push guess is this is why Buffett is acting the way he is.........Buffett sacrificed his integrity, reputation, and character to bring light to how criminal the path the current system is currently heading........

it takes a poker player to understand a bridge would have been too easy for Buffett to become a would have seen the evidence of it much earlier in his career. the French Wayne Gretzky.....the fact ManU let a Frenchman be the captain speaks volumes.......and the fact that this is now going public is another brick setting the foundation for revolt....

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#1) On November 18, 2010 at 9:32 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

All money comes into the system via loans.....when only Wall Street and government get loans......the revenues to the system evaporates.......

Update: NYC to fire 6,500

Bayer AG to ax 4,500

Lockheed Martin Eagan Facility 1,000 Jobs Affected

Update: The Savannah River Site - First Phase of 1,400 Layoffs Begins Today

It was only a question when------not if...... 

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#2) On November 18, 2010 at 9:46 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

The anger is spreading from country to country.....and the bankers are in the crosshairs.....

Irish rebels fought for independence during World War I, boasting they served “neither King nor Kaiser.” Ireland may now have to do exactly that to qualify for a bailout partly funded by both Britain and Germany.

Prime Minister Brian Cowen is edging toward accepting a rescue package that may threaten the country’s low-tax policies and put voters on the hook to repay loans the central bank says may be worth “tens of billions” of euros. For critics of Cowen’s Fianna Fail party, which governed Ireland through its decade-long boom, national pride is at stake.

Cowen has “squandered” independence for a “German bailout with a few shillings of sympathy from the British chancellor,” the Irish Times newspaper said yesterday. The government should be “ashamed that Fianna Fail should be the ones to surrender sovereignty,” said Michael Noonan, finance spokesman for Fine Gael, the largest opposition party.

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#3) On November 18, 2010 at 10:07 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

and country after country.....

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