Sunday, October 13, 2013

Some Not-So-Random Sound Bites

Breaking News

“A historical account of the American Revolution told in contemporary form.”

Matt Taibbi, Sam Seder on Alex Pareene Popping CNBC's Bubble

“Matt Taibbi gives his play by play commentary of CNBC's demented interview with Alex Pareene and why anybody could do Jamie Dimon's job...”

Lavabit Founder Ladar Levison, The Rosa Parks of Internet Freedom

“In this video Luke Rudkowski interviews Lavabit founder Ladar Levison, about the private email client that Edward Snowden used, the U.S government's attack on Lavabit and the ethical decision Ladar had to make ending his company. Ladar goes into details about how the U.S government tried to intimidate him and forced him to shut down when they requested to spy on Edward Snowden's emails.” Part 2: The man who stood up to the NSA, Ladar Levison Lavabit founder

Bill Moyers interviews Sheldon Wolin

Part2: Sheldon Wolin cont.

HSBC Whistleblower Speaks, Uncovered Terrorist Financing

“Luke Rudkowski interviews Everett Stern, a former employee of HSBC that uncovered and blew the whistle on the company knowingly financing criminals, terrorists and drug cartels.”

A Brief History of False Flag Terror

“James Corbett of The Corbett Report takes the viewer on a whirlwind tour of false flag history, from the Gleiwitz incident and the Lavon affair to Operation Northwoods and 9/11.”

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