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Zemmour : Le gouvernement Hollande et l'Economie

Zemmour : Le gouvernement Hollande et l'Economie, 19 mai 2012 Clés : Zemmour, Domenach, Hollande, président, France, Merkel, Allemagne, Eurobond, Euro-bond, euro-obligation, croissance, libéralisme, Politique étrangère, Obama, OTAN, impérialisme, américains, Etats-Unis, Libre circulation des capitaux = crise financiére, Libre circulation des marchandises = crise économique, Libre circulation des Hommes = crise de civilisation, 19 mai 2012, ça se dispute

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Bankistocracy Rules The World

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Syria - Houla Massacre an INSIDE JOB by FSA 26-05-2012

Addounia TV - Media Disinformation; Lies of Al Jazeera & other Medias Translation: The "Syrian Forces" have committed a barbarian crime in the night till the morning. They were killing, cutting and massacring the people. This was seen by the Syrians on 26 may 2012 when they turned the TV on. Pictures of dead childrens were seen on TV. Till the first hours in the morning TV Channels were saying, that who have committed this crime were the Syrian Army and the Shabiha (so called regime thugs). And in the morning the Syrian Television said, that armed terrorist groups burned Houses in al-Shoumariyeh village in the countryside of Homs province and committed a massacre against two families including childrens. So the Syrian Viewer has two stories, to watch foreign media like Al -Jazeera or the Syrian TV Channels. After that they beginn to discuss about that issue. This was a call to Al-Arabiya Channel at 1:00 am One of the Leaders from the Opposition called and said, that "regime forces" shelled at Houla in Homs. Syrian Opposition member "They are firing shells since 12 hours at us and until this moment...They are falling like the rain. 88 people had been killed till now". He also said that the "regime forces" fired shells at Houla at the same time when the shabiha entered the villages, raiding homes and shooting at civilians. And the weapons that were used by the "regime forces" and the "Shabiha" were KNIVES. So he wanted to tell us that the families had been killed by knives not with anything else. Syrian Opposition member "And during the shells the Shabiha came in and began to kill whole families. Every moment we are finding new dead families, that were killed by knives." And on Al-Jazeera Channel there was also a call in the night from "Abou Bilal al-Homsi". Abou Bilal's story was about the same massacre. After a demonstration they attacked us with mortars. Abou Bilal, "The regime forces attacked us to dissolve the demonstration. They shelled us with their Tanks. They also attacked us with mortars" ..... Anf of course Abou Bilal, "The protesters didn't wanted to go home, the wanted to stay at the same place to complete their demonstration. So the government forces continued to attack us. We have more than 100 people dead here till now." And here, the questions beginn... The Massacre that was talked about, on Al Arabiya was different than it was talked about it by Al-Jazeera. but this is not the main problem. First, The Al-Jazeera caller said, that the regime forces shelled Houla for 12 Hours which led to a lot of corpses. And the corpses should belong to the whole families. The question here is, it was a free day, the people were at home or somewhere else. Why do we see just a lot of corpses belonging to Childrens as the regime forces were attacking a Kindergarten. Terrorist 1, "They are all Children" These are pictures, that were seen on youtube and it was published on Al Jazeera channel and al Arabiya TV. It showed that the corpses are belonging just to kids, that were put in 1 place. This pictures were the most credible for these TV channels. And on Al-Arabiya they said, that the Demonstration was attacked by shells. So could it be, that the demonstration was just shared by kids, the most under 10 Years?! Another Question, they said the Army shelled the Houses and the demonstration, so were is the dust on their bodies?! Another Question, Where are the families of these kids?! If there parents died with them under the shelling, where are the corpses of their parents?! The last point, there was also another massacre happend in al-Shoumariyeh Village in Homs Countryside. Armed terrorist groups burned a number of houses in al-Shoumariyeh village in the countryside of Homs province and committed a massacre against two families. And here are the pictures, you can see Children, Woman and whole families killed by Terrorists. And some of them were killed while they were sleeping. This pictures wasn't showm by Al-Jazeera and Al-Arabiya after 1 hour. No of course not, they had to repeat the issue several times, that the Syrian Army is killing little kids

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Hollande faces NATO wrath over Afghan troop pullout

French President François Hollande's vow to withdraw French troops from Afghanistan by the end of 2012, two years before NATO's planned pullout, was set to cause friction amongst NATO leaders as they met for a summit in Chicago on Sunday. FRANCE 24 INTERNATIONAL NEWS 24/7 http://www.france24.com/en

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Weapons of Ass Destruction - FKN Newz 05/11/12

FKN Newz SKY Channel 203 Sunday night 9-30 http://www.fknnewz.com

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Eurozone crisis: "Blockupy" anti-capitalist protestors in Frankfurt arrested

http://www.rt.com/news/police-blockupy-frankfurt-ecb-610/ Frankfurt police have detained 400 anti-capitalist protesters ahead of a key conference on monetary policy scheduled for the weekend. With thousands more heading into the city in the coming hours, new clashes are expected. Authorities say anti-capitalists were erecting barricades, vandalizing road signs and blocking traffic at various locations across the city. Frankfurt -- Germany's financial capital -- is home to the European Central Bank (ECB). As the eurozone faces a deepening of the economic crisis following fears that Greece can no longer remain part of the currency bloc, policymakers from EU member states have arrived in the city for two days of intense talks. Meanwhile, up to 30,000 protesters are expected to make their way into the Frankfurt over the weekend. Their chief demand is an end to austerity -- cuts in government spending, often made by sovereign governments in exchange for offers of loans from the EU -- which activists say is leading to "Europe-wide impoverishment." In homage to the Occupy Wall Street protests last year, the movement labels itself "Blockupy." An anti-capitalist camp outside the ECB building that had been open since October last year was cleared on Wednesday. Instead, police have erected high barriers, though they say the camp can be rebuilt next week. But with the mass presence of dissenters, it is unlikely that the eurocrats will be able to avoid confrontation altogether. In a series of preventative measures, ECB officials have been told to avoid wearing suits, and to work from home if possible. Reserve locations have been set up for meetings, and the retirement party of key board member has been moved from an upmarket hotel to a secret location outside the city. Five thousand police officers will be deployed to maintain order over the weekend. A Blockupy activist Thomas Drillich told RT that the protesters had not broken any laws on Friday ,but instead are fighting against the breaking of the laws by the government. "We are fighting for our right to demonstrate for the free speech of all Germans."

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Police arrest 400 'Blockupy' activists in Frankfurt

READ MORE + PHOTOS: http://on.rt.com/oqkebw The protest mood is brewing in Europe. Protests target capitalism and austerity policies. In Germany, thousands are expected to rally in the country's financial capilal, Frankfurt, marking the climax of a four-day campaign called 'Blockupy'. RT's Peter Oliver is in the city. Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Watch RT LIVE on our website http://rt.com/on-air Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/b/102728491539958529040 RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 500 million YouTube views benchmark.

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Democracy Now! National and Global News Headlines for Tuesday, July 12, 2011

DemocracyNow.org - This is the summary of news headlines from the United States and around the world as reported by Democracy Now! on Tuesday, July 12, 2011. For today's entire show and podcast, visit http://www.democracynow.org/2011/7/8/headlines FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: @democracynow Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/democracynow Daily Email News Digest: http://www.democracynow.org/subscribe Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit http://www.democracynow.org/donate/YT

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Famines throughout the ages: 19th-21st Century Pt. 2 of 2

A brief history of the famines through out the world from the 19th century to present day. Viewer discretion is advised. See if your country has a history of famine. Many will be surprised to know how often famines have occurred . keywords: drought biafran starving sahel people failure crisis food eat cambodians cambodia karamoja somalian estimate starvation congo zimbabwe darfur conflict niger horn myanmar bangladesh tajikistan kenya bee's flu

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Bill Maher on France

Bill Maher blasts conservatives who dismiss everything French as if it's somehow now "the ultimate argument winner" (see: "Kerry looks French" or Bill O'Reilly's boycott), then goes off on how conservative social issues tarnish the political process. I don't want any bitching on this page, against anyone, thanks.

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Fiat money inflation in France - Part 1: John Law

Max Keiser, of maxkeiser.com, James Turk, Director of The GoldMoney Foundation and Pierre Jovanovic, jovanovic.com, tell the story of the introduction of Fiat Money to France. They discuss John Law and how his money printing fix was seen by the French Regent as a way out of the kingdom's debt troubles -- accumulated by past wars and royal extravegence -- a way to avoid the harsh spending cuts that were unavoidable given the difference between income and spending. Keiser, Turk and Jovanovic talk about the Mississippi Bubble and how speculation in stocks became rampant as banknotes were printed to drive up the value of paper assets, how the French public was caught up in the speculative mania with dreams of untold riches from Louisiana. They explain how John Law's success and the riches that he brought the crown ensured his promotion to Minister of Finance. The trio also discuss how the bubble popped, how all manner of coercive and increasingly desperate steps were taken to prop up the value of shares in the Mississippi Company, including the printing of increasing amount of banknotes. When the banknotes themselves started to depreciate, gold and silver coin were outlawed in an attempt to force the French to use only paper money. The consequences were disastrous, with commerce paralysed and the economy brought to its knees. Further reading: La Banqueroute De Law, Edgar Faure Early Speculative Bubbles and Increases in the Supply of Money, Douglas E. French Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, Charles Mackay

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Fiat money inflation in France - Part 2: Assignats

Max Keiser, of maxkeiser.com, James Turk, Director of The GoldMoney Foundation and Pierre Jovanovic, jovanovic.com, tell the story of the introduction of Fiat Money to France. In this episode we look at the use of Fiat Money during the French Revolution and how monetary mismanagement made an already delicate situation even worse, destroying the nation's economy and encouraging political radicalism. We start with the debates over the issuence of paper money, explaining that the previous experience of John Law made French statesmen like Necker very cautios about fiat currency. The debates over the first issue of assignats were hard fought and lasted a long time, with the first issue of assignats approved by just a handful of votes and with all manner of guarantees to insure that it was "backed" by land and other forms of collateral. The first issue of assignats had some very positive short term effects, stimulating commerce as paper wealth spread. However, the government took only a few months to spend the money raised and very soon cries were raised for more. This time a new issue was approved by a large majority. We look at how this paper money inflation started to drive prices higher, encouraging the creation of more paper in increasing amounts as the government and its clients became addicted to newly-created money. Rising prices were blamed on all manner of scapegoats in order to divert attention from the real cause: money printing. As the situation worsened, the worst rose to the top, with Clavière becoming Minister of Finance with the promise to increase printing. Gresham's law started to act in full force, driving good money out of circulation with such force that silver, gold and even copper disappeared from the market. Attempts to put ceilings on prices through the "Law of the Maximum" and to prop up the value of assignats failed, and only succeeded in criminalising most commerce with increasingly harsh penalties -- eventually including death -- for those that sold above established prices or refused to accept payment in worthless government paper. Even the guillotine was not enough backing to ensure the assignat's survival. Eventually food riots brought down the revolutionary government, and after several interim reactionary governments culminated with Napoleon's military rule. Napoleon brought back the gold standard, which survived until the first World War. Further reading: Fiat Money Inflation in France, Andrew Dickson White Early Speculative Bubbles and Increases in the Supply of Money, Douglas E. French Reflections on the Revolution in France, Edmund Burke Assignats And Mandats; A True History, Stephen Devalson Dillaye What Has Government Done to Our Money?, Murray N. Rothbard

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