Another Must-See Video

I recommend this video from Max Keiser of the Max Keiser Report, presented by him and his co-host, Stacy Herbert, where he discusses dead whistle-blowers and Hank Paulson, Goldman Sucks, etc. and calls the banksters of the self-proclaimed financial elite "fraudulent, nightmarish psychopaths". In the second part he interviews Jon Thorisson of Iceland about the new Eva Joly Institute and Iceland's ongoing fight for justice (it was made the scapegoat for some of the bankster's crimes in 2008).

A Short Diversion

This posting was first made in May 2009:

Other commitments prevent me from posting to this Blog as often as I would like. Until my next commentary, take a quick read of this item that was sent to me recently - there's more truth in it than you think.



It is August. In a small town on the South Coast of France, holiday season is in full swing, but it is raining so there is not too much business happening. Everyone is heavily in debt.  Luckily, a rich Russian tourist arrives in the foyer of the small local hotel.  He asks for a room and puts a Euro100 note on the reception counter, takes a key and goes to inspect the room located up the stairs on the third floor.

The hotel owner takes the banknote in a hurry and rushes to his meat supplier to whom he owes E100.

The butcher takes the money and races to his supplier to pay his debt.

The wholesaler rushes to the farmer to pay E100 for pigs he purchased some time ago.

The farmer triumphantly gives the E100 note to a local prostitute who gave him her services on credit.

The prostitute goes quickly to the hotel, as she was owing the hotel for her hourly room use to entertain clients.

At that moment, the rich Russian is coming down to reception and informs the hotel owner that the proposed room is unsatisfactory and takes his E100 back and departs.  There was no profit or income.

But everyone no longer has any debt and the small townspeople look optimistically towards their future.


That's it until next time. Don't forget . . .

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Philip Gegan