A Letter To All ‘Common Purpose Employees’

February 20, 2009

Nationalization: Code Word for Banker Takeover

‘It is now a mantra in the corporate media – the only way to fix the banking system is to “nationalize” the banks. “A touchy word has entered the public debate about the future of America’s economy. It’s a word that would shock the nation in normal times, but as even Republicans begin to whisper it, temporary ‘nationalization’ of troubled banks is increasingly seen as our last best hope for fixing our financial system,” declares Thomas Kelley, writing for Yahoo News.’

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Phi beta Kappa and the Masonic Hierarchy

‘Want to see a who’s-who list of the most powerful people in American history? Check out the list of members in the Phi Beta Kappa fraternity. Elluminati points out in a recent blog posting that 5 out of the past 6 Presidents are either PBK initiates or sons of one (including Obama).’

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A Letter To All ‘Common Purpose Employees’

by Justin Walker 

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Colleges Told to Monitor Students’ Web Use

‘Lecturers have criticised government anti-extremism guidance that says colleges must monitor what staff and students look at on the internet and report it to the police if necessary. The University and Colleges Union said that it could lead to the arrest of innocent people carrying out genuine academic research.’

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Why Can’t We Take Pictures of Policemen?

‘Andrew Carter, a plumber from Bedminster, near Bristol, took a photograph of an officer who had ignored a no-entry road sign while driving a police van. This might have appeared a somewhat petulant thing to do, but taking a photograph in a public place is not a crime. Yet the policeman smashed the camera from Mr Carter’s hand, handcuffed him, put him in the back of the van and took him to the police station, where he was kept for five hours.

When he returned to answer bail the following week, he was kept at the station for another five hours. He was released without charge, despite an attempt by the police to claim some spurious offence of “assault with a camera”.’

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