,IO Deeds of War
Clinton Campaign About to Be Splattered Into a Million Pieces
by Release of 33,000 Illicitly Destroyed Emails Showing Influence Peddling Quid Pro Quos and Other High Crimes as Well as Racism, Committing Felonies on Camera
Anonymous sources on 4chan are saying that Wikileaks has Hillary’s 33,000 deleted emails, and what’s in them will mean the end of her candidacy and maybe obliterate the Democratic Party. According to link above, the planned release of the material is November 1st, in 4 or 5 sets. Teasers: Money funneled to ISIS, Obama rattling the war drums against Russia to distract from what’s in the leaks, Hillary on racist rants against black subordinates, bribes to media and election officials. Break out the popcorn when it arrives!
Anonymous: Video of Bill Clinton Raping 13 Year Old Could Surface — Jeffrey Epstein a Mossad Agent, Lolita Island Was a Pedophile Entrapment Site
Copy of teaser emails, comment, and more links below the fold.
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Debt levels are unsustainable. Economic recovery isn’t happening. Money is “too expensive”, draining the economy of a substantial part of its production. We seem to have some first voices appearing here that advocate cancellation of the burden which that debt puts on the whole economy… the idea is that of a debt jubilee – forgiveness of debts.
Democracy’s Debt Ladder [Interview with Michael Hudson]
What you’re really seeing right now in the IMF report, in this growth of debt, is that One Percent of the population owns maybe three-quarters of all this debt. This means that there’s a choice: either you can save the economy, or you can save the One Percent from losing a single penny.
His latest book is Killing the Host: How Financial Parasites and Debt Bondage Destroy the Global Economy.
Shocker: 40% of Workers Now Have ‘Contingent’ Jobs, Says U.S. Government
Tucked away in the pages of a new report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office is a startling statistic: 40.4% of the U.S. workforce is now made up of contingent workers—that is, people who don’t have what we traditionally consider secure job.