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Secret Recording of Bankers Joking About Bailouts (Audio)



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As damning as this is,

and I think these guys should stand trial, think of every private conversation in the US stored in that concentrated Utah blackmail facility.

Do you mean...

that their entire stockpile of archived information on us is "centralized" into a single location? ...one that requires people, power and protections to operate? Is that the one?

Who knows?

It must take a lot of power to store billions of communications every day. Would have to be a Google-sized facility wouldn't it?

Thankfully

they subtitled it too.

Check out the play list if you haven't.

Ouch..

That will hurt someone..

www.youtube.com/truefictions

I try to change people every day. Do You?

Bonny well. An Irish Rum & Ballad for me. View of the river.

Irish Ballads. Irish Pirate Ballads and other Songs of the Sea from Smithsonian Folkways. (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings).

Born in 1530, the Pirate Queen Granuaile was raised in an Ireland where English law was usurping Gaelic sovereignty. She refused to submit to authority and raided merchant ships bound for Galway Bay. According to legend, she fought off English troops besieging her stronghold by melting the roof and pouring molten lead on her attackers. The stories of her resistance, spread by ballad singers for centuries, became a symbol for Irish nationalism. Irish-American folk singer Dan Milner adapted one such political broadside, "Granuaile," for Smithsonian Folkways' newly released "Irish Pirate Ballads and Other Songs of the Sea."

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul

Someone needs to remix this and put it into better context

for the average person out there. Then it can be equated to how all major banking around the world is done.