Tag Archives: meltdown

Lie more about LIBOR—Giethner’s claims “not credible”

Here’s a video from Yahoo! Screen featuring an interview with Neil Barofsky, former Special Inspector General in charge of the TARP bailout and author of a new book, Bailout: An Inside Account of How Washington Abandoned Main Street While Rescuing Wall Street.

In this interview, Barofsky says that Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner’s claims about his LIBOR whistle-blowing are “not credible,” and that the entire regulatory process has become “captured to the interests of the banks.”

Barofsky says that LIBOR was built into the bailout plan, so the fraud means the taxpayers are being repaid less than they should be, and added “I hope we see people in handcuffs.”

Watch it here.

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So tragic, its funny, but all too true.

If you want the simple truth about central banking, “quantitative easing,” and the global financial predicament, watch this video. — t.h.g.

Thomas Greco’s Video Interview with Daniel Pinchbeck

Here are some segments of an interview I had with Daniel Pinchbeck during the Economics of Peace Conference in Sonoma, California in October of 2009. This interview was recorded by Haig Varjabedian

You can watch the entire interview in four parts on Vimeo.

Daniel Pinchbeck is an author and the  founder of  RealitySandwich.com, a website forum regarding experiences and initiatives surrounding the evolution of consciousness.

I also did an interview with Regina Meredith of Conscious Media Network.

The Facts Were There to be Seen by Those Who had the Courage to Look

Peter Schiff was the one lone voice saw the reality of the impending financial meltdown back in 2006 and 2007. This video shows his repeated warnings that were scoffed at by the other TV commentators.  Who’s laughing now? You’ve got to watch this.

If you want to save your bacon, watch Peter’s daily commentary on his blog.

Wall Street Bailout – Rep. Kaptur Describes the Rules of the Game