Sunday, July 25, 2010

SEC using software to fudge its books?

If the Securities and Exchange Commission is supposed to regulate, what are they doing fudging their own books? Who is regulating them?

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corbettreport | July 25, 2010

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SOURCES AND DOCUMENTATION

Glowing WSJ article about Dodd-Frank and Whistleblowers
http://ur1.ca/0u122

WaPo article about SEC ignoring whistleblowers like Markopolos and Wydler
http://ur1.ca/0u12e

The Markopolos Madoff memo to the SEC from 2005
http://ur1.ca/0u14i

Madoff's niece married SEC regulator
http://ur1.ca/0u138

SEC knew of Stanford Ponzi Scheme for 12 years without acting
http://ur1.ca/0u13r

GATA reveals details of precious metals manipulation and Andrew Maguire
http://ur1.ca/s5gw

Bill Murphy testifies to CFTC about Maguire story (which they already knew)
http://ur1.ca/0u146

OSHA rejects 98% of whistleblower protection claims
http://ur1.ca/0u147

Eric Shine on The Corbett Report
http://ur1.ca/0u14a

Coca-Cola pulls Facebook campaign over porn complaints
http://ur1.ca/0u149

Information on Coke's crimes
http://killercoke.org/

Even more information on Coke's crimes
http://ur1.ca/0u14g

Max Keiser on Economics 101
http://ur1.ca/0u14k



Whistleblowers vs. Regulators, Advertising Fail - Sunday Update


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"Top Secret America", are financial heads manipulating world markets?

Is Goldman Sachs the real terrorists, a threat to the entire world, as compared to the pretend phantoms in caves?


Keiser Report №62: Markets! Finance! Scandal!


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RussiaToday | July 22, 2010

This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert look at the latest scandals with stolen credits and the debt in Europe. In the second half of the show, Max talks to his guest Gregor MacDonald about the role of energy in US economy.



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Mutiny of the Sheep?

What would happen if citizens in the US, and abroad, started buying precious metal non-government coins and bullion for trading goods and services locally, and/or traded services amongst themselves, neighbors, and near neighbors? Would the government consider it a plot, call it "Agorism" or "Treason", and take steps to stamp it out?



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