Clinton: I’m glad we won this race in New York, but I hope the democrats don’t use it as an excuse to do nothing.
Ryan: My guess is it’s going to sink into paralysis, that’s what’s going to happen…
Ryan: And you know the math… I mean it’s just… we knew we were putting ourselves out there, but you gotta get out there, you gotta get this thing moving…
Clinton: If you want to talk about it…
Ryan: yeah. I’ll give you a call. Thanks.
This “thing” Paul Ryan is referring to is the austerity measures plan that they have in store for us. The complete neoliberalization of America.
Rae Abileah of CodePink on Disrupting Netanyahu’s Congress Speech: “He’s the Main Obstacle to Peace”
(H/T Kenny’s Sideshow)
The video below demonstrates the kind of personalities who swarm around AIPAC and their tenancy to use violence to thwart whatever “threat” they face (just so long as that perceived threat is from a woman or say an unarmed nation of people living in the world’s largest open air prison)
Max Blumenthal interviewed a few of the AIPAC attendees outside the conference. He made a video of it called “Feeling the Ignorance at AIPAC 2011″
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by Dean Henderson, Global Research
If you want to know where the true power center of the world lies, follow the money – cui bono. According to Global Finance magazine, as of 2010 the world’s five biggest banks are all based in Rothschild fiefdoms UK and France.
They are the French BNP ($3 trillion in assets), Royal Bank of Scotland ($2.7 trillion), the UK-based HSBC Holdings ($2.4 trillion), the French Credit Agricole ($2.2 trillion) and the British Barclays ($2.2 trillion).
In the US, a combination of deregulation and merger-mania has left four mega-banks ruling the financial roost. According to Global Finance, as of 2010 they are Bank of America ($2.2 trillion), JP Morgan Chase ($2 trillion), Citigroup ($1.9 trillion) and Wells Fargo ($1.25 trillion). I have dubbed them the Four Horsemen of US banking
The September 2000 marriage which created JP Morgan Chase was the grandest merger in a frenzy of bank consolidation that took place throughout the 1990’s. Merger mania was fed by a massive deregulation of the banking industry including revocation of the Glass Steagal Act of 1933, which was enacted after the Great Depression to curb the banking monopolies which had caused the 1929 stock market crash and precipitated the Great Depression.
In July 1929 Goldman Sachs launched two investment trusts called Shenandoah and Blue Ridge. Through August and September they touted these trusts to the public, selling hundreds of millions of dollars worth of shares through the Goldman Sachs Trading Corporation at $104/share. Goldman Sachs insiders were bailing out of the stock market. By the fall of 1934 the trust shares were worth $1.75 each. One director at both Shenandoah and Blue Ridge was Sullivan & Cromwell lawyer John Foster Dulles. 
by Mike Whintey, Global Research
French Finance Minster Christine Lagarde has emerged as the front-runner in the race to replace ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn. She is a champion swimmer, an accomplished attorney, and a competent bureaucrat. She’s also a friend of Wall Street who will ferociously defend the interests of big capital. Here’s how The Guardian summed up Lagarde’s impressive resume:
“Christine Lagarde stands for protecting big banks…..she’s the most pro-bank bailout of the lot.