Thursday, September 22, 2011

Protesters: Stock Market plunges 391 points

Wisdom Quarterly
(RTAmerica) Crowds gathered in New York's financial district to protest Wall Street greed, corruption, and lack of accountability. RT's Anastasia Churkina dove into the rally to find out whether this could be the beginning of America's own Arab Spring.

"Occupy Wall Street" protests make an impact
RT calls it America's own "Arab Spring" -- when ordinary people rise up against unbearable oppression. The impact being made by "Occupy Wall Street" protesters is calling attention to un-prosecuted multinational banking crimes and high finance shenanigans.

The national debt, credit crisis, and high unemployment rates are all tied in to what goes on in the guarded halls and smoky rooms along Wall Street. More than any other institution -- military, social, or religious -- banking is the seat of power.

Motivated by greed, pulling political strings, calling the shots at the Pentagon, CIA, and the White House, it has been about the money since early temples began issuing notes for the treasures stored in their vaults.

The History of "Money"
How American Banking Works
If citizens knew that this was how banking worked, they would occupy Wall Street. It's a good thing they're kept numb in the dark, amused to death.

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