Thursday, December 14, 2006

Rich versus poor


The Revolution

Bushisms and HAHAHA Baby

In 1973, the year General Pinochet brutally seized the government, Chile’s unemployment rate was 4.3%. In 1983, after ten years of free-market modernization, unemployment reached 22%. Real wages declined by 40% under military rule. In 1970, 20% of Chile’s population lived in poverty. By 1990, the year “President” Pinochet left office, the number of destitute had doubled to 40%.
Tinker Bell, Pinochet and The Fairy Tale Miracle of Chile

"(There was an) alliance of German chemical giant, I.G. Farben, the second largest holder of stock in Standard Oil Company of New Jersey, with U.S. intelligence... By the mid-1920s, the Dulles brothers ...structured an interlocking directorate of American and German banks... Right up to 1942, the consortium of Standard Oil and Texaco was still shipping Saudi oil to Germany... Prescott Bush (was) a director of the Union Banking Corporation in New York, which from 1924 through 1942 acted as the American private bank for the Nazi steel trust headed by Fritz Thyssen, Hitler's earliest and largest financier... Riding on the coattails of Brown Brothers Harriman, the Rockefeller brothers, and the Dulles brothers, whose interests they had served on various boards, neither Prescott Bush nor George Herbert Walker were ever held personally or politically accountable for their roles in financing and directing Nazi-controlled enterprises." MG Levey: The History of Dirty-Tricks (Part III)

Rival says former rebel wins Aceh governorship

7/7 Witness: Bus Was Diverted To Tavistock Sq. By Two Unmarked Cars

Anthrax attack on US Congress made by scientists and covered up by FBI, expert says

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