newslog to Jan 13


Richard Moore

** Richard Cook: Economic Democracy and a Guide to the 2008 Elections
This article on the 2008 elections is the culmination of my efforts in
presenting my economic ideas that has been going on over the last year. I know
that everything in it will not be acceptable to purists of various persuasions.
  But I have gradually become convinced that the best solution to our problems
is one that draws from the best thinking of different schools of thought. I
believe that much in our economic system is good and worth preserving. I
believe that we must get to where we are going by departing from where we are,
not trying to build a new mental Utopia then quibbling over the details. So
this is my best effort for now. All the best, and thanks to all the friends I
have made around the world in the past year who have helped me get to where I
am today. - Sat, Jan 12 2008 9:04 am

* rkm: Holocaust, Regionalism, and the End of Capitalism *
Holocaust, Regionalism, and the End of Capitalism Richard K. Moore 4 January,
2008 •••@••.••• [link] In Part 1 of this analysis, 3The Post-Bush
Regime: a Prognosis2, I developed these main themes: ¤ The neocon agenda has
been seriously reined in by our ruling clique of elite financial players. We
are in for a ‘new story1 - the ‘Gore Agenda1. - Sat, Jan 12 2008 9:16 am

"An undercurrent of conversations is bubbling in all sectors -- among
businesspeople, government officials, futurists, activists, citizens over back
fences and blogs... There is a growing sense of crisis that neither mainstream
leaders nor the public quite know what to do with. Many of us are talking
about it in our own circles, separately, out of the public eye. Very little of
this conversation is visible in the mainstream press and political debates, so
we don't realize how many other people and institutions are discussing it." -
Sat, Jan 12 2008 9:17 am

* Naval incident: Tonkin II attempt by neocons??
Below: Bush Exploits Strait Of Hormuz Incident To Threaten Iran By Peter
Symonds [link] ____________________ Inter Press Service News Agency Friday,
January 11, 2008 16:54 GMT POLITICS-US: Official Version of Naval Incident
Starts to Unravel [link] - Sat, Jan 12 2008 9:14 am

Paul Joseph Watson: Widespread Vote Fraud In New Hampshire
- Rudy Giuliani, the 9/11 candidate who beat Ron Paul thanks to the aid of a 3%
  swing on Diebold voting machines, received 9.11% of the vote in three
different towns. Coincidence or somebody's idea of a sick joke? Original
source URL: [link] - Sat, Jan 12 2008 9:06 am

* Obama won in New Hampshire!
"... it is a fact that the specific models of Diebold op-scan and central
tabulators currently in use to count votes in New Hampshire have been proven,
by multiple public demonstrations, to be wide-open to insider manipulation
through a variety of mechanisms. Some exploits involve computer programs, and
others, simple proximity to the central tabulator or precinct scanner." - Sat,
Jan 12 2008 9:09 am

Who really won in New Hampshire??
"In summary, not only was Clinton's New Hampshire victory tainted if not
apparently hacked but the Clintons must now clearly be seen as part of the
Washington establishment and status quo and, in no way, agents of true change.
" Original source URL: [link] - Sat, Jan 12 2008 9:04 am

Gerald Celente: Trends in 2008
"Some market experts doubt this latest infusion of cash will help much. Barry
Ritholtz, Director of Equity Research for Fusion IQ, told CNN: 3This is a
crisis of confidence, not of liquidity or rates. The problem is that people
made bad loans. There1s nothing the Fed can do to fix this. All they can do is
try and reduce anxiety.2 " - Sat, Jan 12 2008 9:17 am

Fearful Fed to lower interest rates
"The mounting evidence has suggested to a growing number of economists and
politicians that the Fed by itself cannot stem the economic slide and that
Congress must help with fiscal policy in the form of a tax rebate for low-
income families, extended unemployment insurance or some other subsidy."
Original source URL: - Sat, Jan 12 2008 9:08 am

Desperate Fed Talks of 'Decisive' Action
In a speech in Washington, Bernanke said fed policymakers "must remain
exceptionally alert and flexible, prepared to act in a decisive and timely
manner and, in particular, to counter any adverse dynamics that might threaten
economic or financial stability." Original source URL: [link] - Sat, Jan 12
2008 9:11 am

More whiffs of Economic Recovery agenda...
"Democrats are also planning a party retreat at the end of the month where
they are scheduled to hear from Ben S. Bernanke, the chairman of the Federal
Reserve, among other economic experts. Ms. Pelosi plans to meet with Mr.
Bernanke on Monday." [link] January 12, 2008 - Sat, Jan 12 2008 9:18 am

Tata Nano: world's cheapest car
Can The World Afford The Tata Nano? By Andrew Buncombe 11 January, 2008 The
Independent [link] It's either the start of a people's revolution or the
trigger for social and environmental headaches across the globe. The Tata Nano,
  the world's cheapest car, was unveiled with great fanfare in the Indian
capital yesterday amid bright lights and blaring music. - Sat, Jan 12 2008 9:
14 am

Anthrax whistle blowers facing legal harassment
They don't bother to track down or prosecute those who killed with anthrax,
but those who revealed the anthrax came from a government lab find themselves
in court. These are the among the mechanisms of secrecy and conspiracy by
which our system operates. - rkm --- [link] - Sat, Jan 12 2008 9:18 am


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