The United States Remains a British Colony

(MoneyTeachers) – When the Treaty of Paris was signed in 1783, most Americans thought that total Independence from England had been won. The fact of the matter, however, is that true Independence from England never really materialized: Read More Here

Video: Cynthia McKinney and Niels Harrit about 911, an exclusive interview

Friday, the French webTv La Télé Libre will broadcast a video report made in Paris during the special 911 truth event “Vers la vérité”, including an exclusive interview of the ex-representative of the US Congress Cynthia McKinney and the scientist Niels Harrit. Continue reading

Video: 28e Onze Bouge. 28th Every 11th of the month. Paris France. Best ever !

At the beginning of each WeAreChangeVideo you have a glimpse of our walk from La place de la République to La Bastille. I will complete them with my own video taken that day when I find a bit of time. Continue reading

The Second Wave of The Depression: Hyperinflation is Likely – Webster Tarpley

The second wave of the world economic depression is coming soon. Larry Summers, the economics czar of the Wall Street puppet regime currently in power in Washington, recently confessed to the Financial Times in an unguarded moment: “I don’t think the worst is over ..” A few weeks earlier, Jacques Attali, who served in the 1980s as the main economics adviser to French President Mitterrand, told an audience at the International Economic and Financial Forum (FIEF) in Paris that the world might well soon face a planetary Weimar “in the form of a hyperinflationary depression similar to the German events of 1922 – 1923. Continue reading

Video: Maine TV Station Airs Report on National Guard and Flu Pandemic Riots

WMTW, a television station in Portland, Maine, owned by Hearst, has produced a slick propaganda piece as part of an emerging effort to stampede people into submitting to a toxic and cancer virus flu vaccine this autumn. Continue reading

National Guard Takes Over School In Swine Flu “Vaccine Riot” Drill

A High School in Maine is to be taken over by the National Guard today for the purposes of a drill that will see Guardsmen deal with unruly citizens begging for swine flu vaccines.

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MSM: Military spending sets new record

(BBC) – Global military spending rose 4% in 2008 to a record $1,464bn (£914bn) – up 45% since 1999, according to the Stockholm-based peace institute Sipri. Continue reading

Video: Max Keiser On the Edge – 5-29-09

“How about water-boarding for Tim Geithner and Hank Paulson” – Max Continue reading

French Take To The Streets In May Day Anti-Sarkozy Protest

(AFP) -Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets across France Friday in May Day marches in a fresh show of force against President Nicolas Sarkozy’s handling of the economic crisis. Continue reading

Film: 911 Aftermath – Unanswered Questions from 9/11

With the ongoing controversy over the federal probe into the September 11 terrorist attacks, GNN decided to pre-empt the government and produce its own version of a ‘truth commission’ with: “AfterMath: Unanswered Questions from 9/11”. Narrated by Hip Hop legend Paris and featuring interviews shot by GNN syndicate producers in six cities, Continue reading

MSM: French demonstration – Sarkozy vs the street

In the biggest demonstrations seen in France for more than a decade, hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets yesterday to protest against everything from the global economic crisis to President Nicolas Sarkozy’s efforts to shrink the French state. Continue reading

Video: Protests for unemployment in France – Black Thursday

Workers demonstrated in Paris Thursday as 8 national unions banded for general strike – 01-29-2009 Continue reading

Video: UK, Europe hit with riots over Israel’s Gaza campaign

Protesters in London smash a Starbucks, throw shoes at Israeli embassy

A London protest against the Israeli military campaign in Gaza turned violent Saturday night as police charged demonstrators outside the gates of Israel’s embassy. Continue reading

European stock markets in freefall following Paris financial summit

The response of European stock markets to the crisis summit held in Paris on Saturday could have not been clearer. On Monday, share prices across Europe plummeted.

The Dax (Frankfurt) lost 7 percent, the TecDax 11 percent, the FTSE 100 (London) 8 percent and the CAC 40 (Paris) 9 percent. In Iceland, share trading was halted altogether. Following the nationalisation of the country’s third biggest bank, the government itself was threatened with bankruptcy.

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US dollar “backed by bananas”

Press TV interviewed Paris-based financial analyst Max Keiser on the US financial meltdown on September 20. What follows are his free-wheeling comments on the US government bailout of Wall Street and the potential consequences for America. Continue reading