OILIGARGHY: Neocolonial ‘Modus Operandi’, The End of Anglo-American Hegemony – By Dean Henderson

Note, in this article, how George Bush Sr and Jr have always been able to do as they will, when they will, while breaking every law imaginable, and never once pay for their crimes. Oh yes, and, at the same time, get wealthier and more powerful.

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Source – hendersonlefthook.wordpress.com

– Not long ago, Chocolate Oligarchs and their fascist gendarmes seized Ukraine’s fertile wheat and barley fields, whilst bankster-funded Islamist rebels took Mosul & the adjacent Kirkuk oilfield – one of the world’s largest – for Exxon Mobil.

BRIC nations saw imperial over-reach and, led by Putin, busied themselves preparing for the slow-motion unraveling of the Anglo-American financial empire.

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US Barbarism Towards the Mentally Ill: A Crime Against Humanity

Here is how the “one nation under god” deals with the mentally ill!

The Most Revolutionary Act

This is Crazy: Criminalizing Mental Health

Brave New Films (2015)

Film Review

This documentary showcases US policies which are shutting down psychiatric hospitals and community mental health centers and warehousing America’s mentally ill in jails and prisons. It features in-depth interviews with two mentally ill women who survived lengthy incarcerations, as well as commentary by psychiatrists, mental health workers and prison reform advocates.

America’s barbaric treatment of the mentally ill constitutes a crime against humanity under international law. Sadly it’s not a new problem. Thanks to the steady cutbacks in mental health services and housing subsidies that began under Reagan, it was clear by the mid-eighties that most mentally ill Americans were ending up in jails and prisons and on the street.

In 2002, Bush junior made even deeper cuts in mental health funding to finance the wars in the Middle East. Meanwhile, thanks to the 2008 global economic scam…

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Why Everything Is Nonsense • Why the Rally in Stocks Can’t Be Trusted

Concerned American Dad

by Bill Bonner of Bonner & Partners

Everything Is Nonsense

If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn’t. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn’t be. And what it wouldn’t be, it would. You see?

– Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

The Dow rose the fifth week in a row last week, ending with a 120-point jump on Friday. This has put the index firmly in the black for 2016. Well, this is a showdown, isn’t it?

Either us… or the great mass of investors – one of us is wrong. In the weeks to come, we’ll find out who (notice to new readers: It could go either way). But wait a minute…

Our old friend Rob Marstrand, who writes at Of Wealth.com, explains why the great mass of investors has little to…

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