Video: Paul Watson Covers Bob Etheridge’s Assault & Afghanistan’s Mineral Deposits on Alex Jones Tv

(June 15) – Prison Planet editor Paul Joseph Watson sits in for Alex for the first hour of today’s show to discuss the Bob Etheridge controversy, the ongoing BP oil spill and the new war propaganda surrounding the “discovery” of mineral deposits in Afghanistan.

Corporate Media Follows Government Orders, Runs Defense For Etheridge Assault Continue reading

Citibank Controversy Puts Dubious FDIC Guarantee Back In The Spotlight

(PaulWatson) – The recent controversy surrounding Citibank’s advisory to its customers reserving the right to impose a 7 day restriction on withdrawals from their accounts is a stark reminder of the vulnerability of the fractional reserve banking system and the FDIC’s shaky guarantee that it can insure deposits in the event of a bank run. Continue reading

Venezuela assumes control of Spanish-owned bank

(AP) – President Hugo Chavez’s government assumed control of Venezuela’s third-largest bank on Friday – making the state the largest player in the nation’s banking system. Continue reading

Russia’s Central Bank says it will sell US treasuries and eyes IMF bonds

Russia’s Central Bank says it plans to cut reserves it holds in U.S. Treasuries and invest in International Monetary Fund bonds instead, a senior official said Wednesday. Continue reading

Millions Being Stolen By Banks Legally

This in my opinion this is the greatest crime in history, the person or persons that planned and orchestrated this should be jailed even though this was done legally. Hopefully all people will realize that the government is no longer on our side and needs to be stopped in giving away taxpayers money. The following information is public information on many government websites also have included many news articles and they can be accessed by everyone. In the following document I will try to explain how they have done this.. Continue reading

MSM: North Carolina, Colorado Banks Shut as 2009 Failures Reach 23

(Bloomberg) – Banks in Colorado and North Carolina were shut as rising unemployment and a loss of jobs shrinks household wealth in the deepest recession in a quarter century, pushing the toll of U.S. bank failures to 23 this year. Continue reading

Now-needy FDIC collected little in premiums

With fund going strong, banks didn’t pay for decade

WASHINGTON – The federal agency that insures bank deposits, which is asking for emergency powers to borrow up to $500 billion to take over failed banks, is facing a potential major shortfall in part because it collected no insurance premiums from most banks from 1996 to 2006. Continue reading