Monday, October 26, 2009

Big Dan's Big News Oct 26, 2009

Rise Of The Conservative Media

The Lie Machine

People Starting to Admit That Chief Opponent of Healthcare Is Obama

White House calls Obama discouraging public option claim ‘absolutely false’

Senator Sanders on Single Payer Healthcare

Money-Driven Medicine

The shocking transfer of public wealth to Wall Street's pockets is illustrated vividly in Mark Ames' article below, which covers some very disturbing recent events in Alabama, where billionaires and banks are squeezing the locals so hard that they're literally going bankrupt just for flushing their toilets, where violence and the threat of violence are reaching a boiling point and where even the Posse Comitatus Act is under threat. "We have to tolerate the inequality as a way to achieve greater prosperity and opportunity for all," said one Goldman Sachs vice-chairman recently. Well, here's a tale of the kind of inequality the finance industry expects citizens to tolerate.

After the Billionaires Plundered Alabama Town, Troops Were Called in ... Illegally

The Next Financial Crisis Hits Wall Street, as Judges Start Nixing Foreclosures

Protesters storm big bankers meet, chant ‘we’ll be back’ as police escort them out

Anti-War demonstration in England led by British soldier; Brings London to a standstill

For once an anti-war war demonstration got widespread coverage across the mainstream media. Stop the War's Bring the Troops Home demonstration on Saturday 24 October 2009 was led by Lance Corporal Joe Glenton, the first serving soldier in the British army to join an anti-war march.

24 October 2009: landmark Afghanistan demonstration

Soldier's mother wants Tony Blair to answer for Iraq war's Jay Bagwell on Use of Torture

Real News - Former FBI Whistleblower Coleen Rawley on 9/11:

There's "no comment" on this picture from me: Japanese BlackFace:

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