Monday, February 1, 2010
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein to receive record high bonuses, it is estimated that he will receive $100 million dollars; in 2007 he received $67 million dollars. Goldman Sachs faces possible political storm over their decision to reward Blankfein and others with these bonuses. Is it possible there might be a bonus cap put on Wall Street executives now now?
tonight Glenn Beck speaks about the Obama's Budget , and the claim by Obama that we are going to be able to double the exports , knowing that America does not manufacture anything anymore or at least nothing that is competitive on international market due to the cost of production bureaucracy and red tape ....The Swiss Bank UBS is on the verge of collapse cause the US government asked to see the accounts of tens of thousands of American depositors
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President Barack Obama held a virtual town hall at the White house through YouTube on Monday. He respond to video and text questions submitted by YouTube users during and after his State of the Union address. (Feb. 1)
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30% to 50% US Dollar devaluation by 2010 Get out of paper assets paper money ETFs Bonds says Lindsey Williams
The Currency of the elite is gold and silver says Pastor Lindsey Williams
RADIO LIBERTY with DR. STAN MONTEITH
Lindsey Williams provides new revelations and predictions from an
illuminati insider - the same insider that predicted the oil plunge of 2009,
the bankruptcy of Dubai and rising costs of food and other commodities...
2010 will most likely experience a 30%-50% devaluation of the U.S. dollar's
purchasing power. Lindsey Williams also reflects on the U.S. dollar's
over 91% devaluation since 1971, etc.
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Greece on the Verge of Insolvency?
The Euro is under pressure: budget deficits spinning out of control,dwindling confidence in the common currency,and a national bankruptcy on the horizon. Criticism is focusing on Greece.It's budget deficit in 2009 is almost 13 percent,and the worst is yet to come. Greece's debt crisis could throw the currency union into crisis. The big question: can the European Union afford to let a member country go bankrupt?
Report by Militades Arsenopoulus.
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