Hal Turner’s Amero sample

December 31, 2008

Hal Turner is a former New York talk radio show host. In this video, the outspoken, controversial Turner warns of the imminent collapse of the US dollar as currency, to be replaced by the Amero. To further substantiate his claims, Turner shows an amero coin, and  calls this “the biggest looting by the moneychangers in the history of the world”.

If this currency collapse comes about,  Canada and Mexico will also be affected, as the Amero would be the common currency of our NAU, similar to what transpired in Europe with the formation of the EU and the Euro.

While I do not agree with Hal Turner’s ideology and his bigotry, his  video and  blog posts about this topic deserve merit.

Watch video here: http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1954933468700958565&hl=es

Hal Turner’s blog: Hal Turner Show

Read Hal Turner’s blog post titled Confirmed: US government will collapse before summer* 2009; will repudiate national debt; issue new currency and devalue “old dollar” by 90%here.

VIDEO: Terror Storm

December 31, 2008

Alex Jones’ Terror Storm: A Chronicle of False Flag Terrorism in this century… How governments use fear to control and subjugate the populace… Documentary.


Terror Storm 2nd Edition  Part 1 / 12 :

You can watch the rest of this eye-opening, chilling documentary on YouTube by following links from those here..

VIDEO: Watch Palin-Biden VP debate on SNL, hilarious!!!

October 9, 2008

For some really funny comic relief, watch SNL’s version of the Sarah Palin – Joe Biden VP debate here, courtesy of The Huffington Post (linked from NBC.com).  Tina Fey is at her best as a Palin look-talk-act-alike and Queen Latifah is wonderful as debate moderator Gwen Ifill.  Hilarious!!!!



Watch 5 more video’s from last night’s SNL here, including a Bailout sketch and an SNL digital short. Hosted by Ann Hathaway with musical guest The Killers.

Watch John McCain’s Rage

October 8, 2008

The piece below was sent to me by Robert Greenwald of Brave New Films.  The video is very worthwhile to watch.

“I have a temper, to state the obvious, which I have tried to control with varying degrees of success because it does not always serve my interest or the public’s.” – John McCain

Dear Annamarie,

During last night’s debate, John McCain said we need “a cool hand at the tiller,” but McCain has proven to be a loose cannon. He has accosted his Congressional colleagues on both sides of the aisle on everything from the federal budget to diplomatic relations. He is known for hurling profanities rather than settling disagreements calmly. His belligerence is legendary. Even conservative Senator Thad Cochran of Mississippi has said, “He is erratic. He is hotheaded. He loses his temper and he worries me.”

When someone earns the nickname “Senator Hothead,” the public ought to call his character into question. McCain’s propensity to explode undermines his abilities as a rational decision maker, particularly on national security issues — which could prove disastrous considering our country is already involved in two wars.

Watch the video and send it to friends: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAyK-enrF1g

With the election less than four weeks away, here’s a chance for you to take concrete action:

  1. Alert your friends to McCain’s rage. Send them this video and ask them to pass it on.
  2. Post this video on all your blogs and networking sites like Digg — critical tools for reaching those outside the choir. Make sure it gets viewed so many times it ends up on YouTube’s homepage, so undecided swing state voters can see it easily.
  3. Get the latest on McCain with a free video subscription from Brave New PAC, and encourage others to sign up too.

McCain’s temper is critical to his decision-making abilities, and his character must be discussed. As Drew Westen writes, “The political brain is an emotional brain. It is not a dispassionate calculating machine, objectively searching for the right facts, figures and policies to make a reasoned decision.” That why it’s so crucial people know the real Senator Hothead.

Robert Greenwald
and the Brave New PAC team

Watch the video

Melting glaciers and climate change – video

August 8, 2008
Melting glaciers and climate change

See the video and photos now.

16-year-old Wins Disarmament Video Contest: “We Started It. Let’s End It.” (watch video)

August 2, 2008
Teenager Erik Choquette created a remarkable animated video to claim the $1,000 first prize in the 2008 Swackhamer Disarmament Video Contest.
The top three videos can be viewed on line at :

“I’m incredibly uncomfortable living with the fact that there are almost 27,000 nuclear weapons in the world,” he said when he received his first place check. “We have used these [nuclear weapons] on people. I want to help make sure it doesn’t happen again.”

Erik, 16, is going into his junior year at Santa Barbara High School in California. Starting this autumn, he will be the Director and Editor of the SBHS News Bulletin – a 15 minute weekly newscast of school events. He said the prize money would go into a savings fund for his first car – he plans to get his drivers’ license soon.

“Erik’s video is a powerful and creative expression by a concerned young person,” says Nuclear Age Peace Foundation President David Krieger. “It sends a message to other young people – as well as older people – that US leadership is essential as we work towards a world free of nuclear weapons.”

Second prize, and $750, went to the animated video, “Wooden Bombs” by Drew Madson of Minnetonka, Minnesota. Third prize, and $250, was awarded to “Testing” by Sagesse Graham of Seattle, Washington.

The top three videos can be viewed on line at :
All videos had to be three minutes or less.

The topic for the contest was: “There are about 27,000 nuclear weapons in the world today. Use your creativity to make a short video about why US leadership is necessary to achieve a world free of nuclear weapons.”

This year’s Swackhamer Disarmament Video Contest was a first for the Foundation [Nuclear Age Peace Foundation]. The Swackhamer was an essay competition in past years.

The video contest will be held annually. There will be an announcement about the next contest in March 2009.

If you haven’t already signed, please join the Dalai Lama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Walter Cronkite and thousands of others in sending a message to the next occupant of the White House. It’s easy. Make it clear you support US leadership for a world free of nuclear weapons. It only takes a few seconds to help make the world safer.
Sign the Appeal today

Neoliberalism and the State

July 28, 2008

Left Streamed – A 10 minute Production:

Neoliberalism and the State

An Interview with Bryan Evans and John Shields

An assessment of the Left today must begin with an analysis of neoliberalism. Over the past two decades neoliberalism has come to dominate public discourse and the modalities of the state in one country after another. The ascendancy of neoliberalism has occurred through a series of interconnected transformations that began with the economic turmoil of the 1970s, the rise of New Right governments across the 1980s, and the deepening internationalization of the circuits of money and industrial capital, modes of communication and governance structures in the 1990s.

Neoliberalism has come to mark an historic turning-point in the balance of power, the social forms of economic and political power and the patterns of everyday life in capitalist societies. Bryan Evans and John Shields, from Ryerson University in Toronto, here discuss some of the features of neoliberalism, particularly as it relates to Canada and North America.


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