The A-B-C's of Reality

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  1. Salty

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    Well if this is true . . . [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]Vigilance is the price of freedom. Then ole Phil has failed big time.

    Maybe if he were being vigilant we wouldn't be living in a police state surveillance grid right now.

    Hey Phil did you miss the big game in Boston the other day or what? The militarized police state squashed freedom.

    Oh yeah and the failed drug war costs us 82 billion dollars a year while the flow of drugs and drug use has INCREASED! Not to mentioned it helped spawn the new corporate prison industrial complex.
    [/FONT]Longer sentences means more profits. Keeping you safe? Ha! Money is the language spoken there.

    Looks like Phil needs to do some more research and crunch some real numbers instead of pretending to be a patriotic conservative.

    BTW Phil. The first duty of government is to protect our liberties not our fannies. And it certainly is not the duty of government to protect the profits of a global war making machine. Or the profits of opium producers in Afghanistan for that matter. Hey Phil we declared a war on drugs remember? So why are we working with opium producers???

    This might have been a better article if Phil actually had a grip on reality Salty.
     
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    Flashback: NBC Report Confirms Bankers Really Do Fund Drug Cartels, Terror Groups Re

    Still think it’s a ‘conspiracy theory’ that the largest mega banks are profiting off of the drug trade, or even the activity of terror groups? A little-known NBC report from 2012 actually confirms it.

    In fact, one 2012 NBC report details how HSBC bank helped to finance everything from Mexican drug cartels to Syrian terror cells. Thanks to a United States Senate report, which centers around the role of Mexican drug cartel funds travelling through HSBC, NBC and a few other outlets actually covered the breaking news — albeit to a small degree.

    And it’s this report that reveals how the United States branch of HSBC directly aided backers of Al-Qaeda and Mexican drug cartels through both finances and overall banking services. From terror-linked groups out of Saudi Arabia and Bangladesh, HSBC was tied up with numerous terror groups and financially empowering them for quite some time.

    For around a decade or more, in fact.

    Yet HSBC has managed to get away without much of a hitch. Even the 2012 Senate Report we’re discussing was simply a ‘probe’ that documents the events themselves. Even the major United States bank regulatory group the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency was deemed to have improperly looked into the situation — instead turning a blind eye to the entire operation. The investigative group at the Senate even reports on how the very culture of HSBC has been ‘polluted’ during the lengthy time period of terror and drug funding:

    Read more: http://www.storyleak.com/nbc-report-bankers-fund-drug-cartels-terror-groups/#ixzz2RyOA40FI

    Too much reality for ya yet Phil? Keep those drugs illegal because the private banks depend on the billions a year in profits they make from their drug pushing terrorist business partners.

    This information posted to empower you the reader by "the Ponch". And for my friend Salty, real reality kinda sucks for you and Phil doesn't it?
     
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    As I said before Salty you don't want to debate facts like I posted in this thread you're silence here speaks volumes. You'd rather try and be sneaky by opening other threads to try and discredit me instead of the facts you know you can't discredit. It isn't that hard to figure you out and what you're trying to do.
     
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    Hey I know that tune. It's an old Beatles song. "No Reply".
     

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