Archive for February, 2012
John Cruz was fired from his job at HSBC Bank in New York for whistle-blowing on the bank’s illegal activity. He even reported the illegal money laundering to Homeland Security. But instead of being an American hero – he is on the defensive.
Dave Hodges interviewed him on his weekly radio show on RBN on 2/19/12. Good show. Listen here:
The following is quoted from Jerome Corsi’s article on WND.
Cruz said that in the two years he worked for HSBC, he eventually discovered that money laundering was being carried out not only by branch managers but also by senior officers of the bank, both within the U.S. and internationally.
Obviously ratings matter to those profit seeking decision makers who lead media companies such as CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News – but there are other driving forces that take precedent. These companies no longer work for the people to keep the government in check. They work for the government to keep the people in check.
Listen to Cenk Uygur discuss his departure from MSNBC, despite having surpassed CNN in viewership during his time slot. They boys in Washington didn’t like him, so they fired him despite great ratings. Is the mainstream media in the business of making money, or controlling American minds through the development and control of public opinion?
Judge Andrew Napolitano has spoken out against the hypocrisy of government one too many times. His show on Fox Business has been cancelled. Was this speech the last straw? Regardless, Dylan Ratigan is now the last real man standing in mainstream media.
“What if the two party system was actually a mechanism used to limit so-called public opinion?”
“What if there were more than two sides to every issue, but the two parties wanted to box you into a corner?”
“What if there’s no such thing as public opinion, because every thinking person has opinions that are uniquely his own?”
“What if what we call public opinion, was just a manufactured narrative that makes it easier to convince people that if their views are different, then there’s something wrong with that, or there’s something wrong with them?”
“What if the whole purpose of the Democratic and Republican parties was not to expand voters’ choices, but to limit them?”
“What if the widely perceived differences between the two parties was just an illusion?”
“What if the heart of the government policy remains the same, no matter who’s in the White House?”
“What if the heart of government policy remains the same, no matter what the people want?”
“What if those vaunted differences between Democrat and Republican, were actually just minor disagreements?”
“What if both parties just want power, and are willing to have young people fight meaningless wars in order to enhance that power?”
“What if both parties government policies didn’t change when government leaders did?”
“What if no matter who won an election, government stayed the same?”