Friday, September 30, 2011

Occupy Wall Street - a revolution?

Occupy Wall Street - a revolution?



As Occupy Wall Street protests wrap up their second week, unions are joining the crowds. Will this become a revolution? RT's Anastasia Churkina reports.


Porn Jobs Program Stimulates Economy

Porn Jobs Program Stimulates Economy



In this recession, many people are finding that they have to rely on themselves, instead of President Obama's job promises. Even in tough economic times, demand for porn remains strong, and more and more people are learning to make money off sex.


US State Dept bans free speech

US State Dept bans free speech



Peter Van Buren has become one of the newest targets of the US Department of State. What did he do? He blogged. Van Buren posted a link to a publically available WikiLeaks diplomatic cable, but even after nearly a quarter of a century with the US government, they are opening up an investigation on him. Following the release of a new book from Van Buren, he talks to Lauren Lyster about what you can and can't say in the land of the free.


Jeremy Scahill on can the CIA kill whoever they want

Jeremy Scahill on can the CIA kill whoever they want




A drone strike over Yemen today killed two al-Qaeda operatives that were born in America. President Obama authorized the executions, but neither man was ever charged with a crime or given a trial. Can the CIA bypass the constitution to do as they wish? Jeremy Scahill of The National weighs in.


Occupy Wall Street -- Let banks fail

Occupy Wall Street -- Let banks fail



Occupy Wall Street continues. Now the Unions are backing the movement and plan on joining the occupiers very soon. The demonstrators have been peaceful and feel this is the only way for Americans to have their voice heard. Many are saying that the government needs to let the banks fail and think they have received more than enough aid. Julie Lawler, a protester for Occupy Wall Street, shares with us her experience at the protests.


Wednesday, September 28, 2011

NYPD mace victim speaks out

NYPD mace victim speaks out



For the past few days we have repeatedly seen the unsettling images of NYPD Deputy Inspector Anthony Bologna pepper spraying a group of young female protestors and walk away during the Occupy Wall Street rallies. One of the young demonstrators who was sprayed is Chelsea Elliott, a freelance digital imager from Brooklyn. She speaks out about the incident to RT.




hey RT! you need to interview someone who can spot out the FACTS. The Federal reserve is a Private company. Compound interst and income tax are completely unnecessary in this republic. Rothchild need to get out of our birthcertificates, and They should ALL GO TO JAIL!!!!!

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

basın toplantısı : Recep Tayyip Erdoğan .. Trablus - Libya

basın toplantısı : Recep Tayyip Erdoğan .. Trablus - Libya


Friday, September 2, 2011

War contractors scamming US government

A year ago today the war in Iraq was declared to have been over, but the US continues to have troops stationed in Iraq. Due to the presence of the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, tax payers continue to supply the private contractors who have received military contracts. There has been over $60 billion spent in the past decade to support the troops, but how much of this money has been used appropriately? Michael O'Brien, author of America's Failure in Iraq, gives us some insight from an ex-contractors point of view.




Homeless by choice in the Big Apple

RT's Anastasia Churkina tells the story of Yusef Ramelize -- a graphic designer who goes homeless in the Big Apple for one week every year to bring attention to the growing numbers of homeless people in the America.




Hundreds arrested in front of the White House

For more than a week hundreds have gathered outside the White House to protest the Keystone pipeline. The planned pipeline will cost approximately $13 billion according to the TransCanada.com. Some critics claim Canada is trying to jump into the oil export business and others say that this will reduce our dependence on Middle Eastern oil. Brant Olson, communications manager for Rainforest Action Network, tells us what could happen if this pipeline is built and at what cost.




Lew Rockwell: 'We stand to face hyperinflation'

More and more economists are saying we are heading back to a recession and consumer confidence has plunged to new lows. While the concern sweeps the country there are some reports that the Federal Reserve would be doing some quantitative easing in September, but who does this benefit? Lew Rockwell, chairman of the Ludwig Von Mises Institute, tells us who will gain from the quantitative easing.





Criminal banks run the world and the FED is the largest Kinkos in the world

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Tar sands protests in front of the White House

For several days now protestors have assemble outside the White House to express their opposition of the Keystone pipeline. The proposed pipeline will stretch over 1,700 miles from Canada to Texas and will transport oil into the States. Many activists are concerned with the environmental repercussions and affects it could have on the American people. Daphne Wysham, a fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies, tells us why this is a bad idea. Ethical oil. No such thing. I worked in the oil sands. Lakes of black oil called tailing ponds. Size of lakes not ponds. The oil companies promises to return the land to natural when done. But we know that won't happen. The money will be long spent.

Cheney tortures history

The tenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks of 9/11 are days away and Dick Cheney has released a new book chronicling his experience during his time as vice president. In the book the former vice president gives his recollection of what happened on that dreadful day, and his account contradicts what former President Bush recalls. Cheney has been called a war criminal by many, but still to this day he defends the decisions that were made regarding torture and other controversial issues. Ray McGovern, former CIA analyst, gives us more info on the former vice-president. One can hope that one day Bush, Cheney and the rest will be put in their proper place in history with the rest of their friends along side Hilter and the rest.

Syria on the brink of religious clashes

There has been a lot of political unrest in Syria, but when the political protests turn ugly, faith becomes an issue. Syria is known to be the home for multiple faiths for hundreds of years, but many say since the protests started much has changed. Will religious tolerance continue to hold? Irina Galushko hears directly from the Syrian people. ust like Iraq before the war you never had intra and inter religious conflicts. Best way for outsiders to take over a country is to destabilize it internally.

Racial riots hit Milwaukee

Outside Milwaukee, riots broke out at the Wisconsin State fair earlier this month. It was alleged that hundreds of young black people were attacking white people randomly on the streets. The media has turned a blind eye to these unsettling events. Does this have anything to do with black male unemployment in the area? Bob Donovan, an alderman of the 8th district, tells us what it's like in Milwaukee.




Wait just a second. Isn't that what the democrats have been doing for decades? And with stunning success, I might add. Yet, blacks continue to vote overwhelmingly democrat. Some folks just don't want to leave the plantation.

Obama changes advisers, can't change the economy

President Obama added economist Alan Krueger as the new chairman for his Council of Economic Advisers. With this new addition, President Obama plans to jumpstart the economy as well as create new jobs across the country. Richard Wolff, economist and radio host, tells us if this new chairman will cause change.




“Make the lie big, make it simple, keep saying it, and eventually they will believe it

”. ~Adolf Hitler

> I don't know how anyone can believe a word from any politician; the whole system has been stolen from the hands of the people. So whatever puppet they jangle in front of your face, the system remains in their hands. Nothing less than a fundamental reversal of the corruption will achieve any sane end.

UN Libya plan - troops on the ground

A plan for Libya by The United Nations has leaked out to the media. The plan proposes 200 military observers to begin with a multi-national force and 190 UN police. Also in the report the UN plans to have Libya's elections within a nine month time frame. Here to give us more details is Matthew Lee, a journalist for InnerCityPress.com, he broke the story.




Democracy-You can invade any country you want,you kill anyone you want,you and destroy any country you want,you can kill innocent civilians,children anytime,any where in the world..And this is Democracy... who talk about Democracy MOST- USA,and Europe.Anyone with little bit of brain..would realize this is thier so called Democracy...We all can see it is right infront of us in Libya...

Does Obama have a jobs plan?

President Obama has named a new chairman for his Council of Economic Advisers, economist Alan Krueger. Obama has called for lawmakers to put their differences aside and put country before political affiliation. In the latest poll, 26 percent of Americans are satisfied with the way the president has been managing the country, but will the addition of Krueger make a difference? Here to shine some light on the situation is Doug Campbell, former staff economist for the Obama Administration.




Jews, not "Zionist" have been expelled from 89 countries for a total of 109 TIMES! Do you "believe" that Jews were expelled 109 TIMES for "nothing"? They have been engaging in the same deceitful and parasitic behavior as we witness today throwout history. But they control the media,(propaganda) the educational system, the legal system, the Fed (money)and "our" government. So you simply will not hear about this clear pattern of behavior.Should we "LIKE" what they are doing?

Syrian dead end

Syrian dead end


Syria has given inadequate access to journalists which has made it difficult to find out what is really happening in the country. Anti-government protests have broken out in different parts of the country and there are conflicting reports of what is going on in Syria. According to Syrian officials they are dealing with armed groups and have no choice but to take action. Irina Galushko is in Latakia to give us the latest.




NATO cares shit for civilians. The entire resolution 1973 was a sa ve-my-ass-paper for the war mongers to invade Libya. With the help of the armed muslim brothers (aka El-Quaida) and the monarchists. Gadaffi was a dictator. So what? 80% of the worlds countries are ruled by dictators. And most of them are good friends of the West - as long as they are in debt at the IMF and dont threaten the US Dollar with strange ideas of gold-backed currencies

Will al-Qaeda get Libyan WMD?

Will al-Qaeda get Libyan WMD?



Libya's future is uncertain and the rebels are suspected to have Al-Qaeda connections. Libya's uranium stockpile could fall into the wrong hands and, in turn, nuclear weapons could be developed to spread acts of terror. Conn Hallinan, columnist for Foreign Policy in Focus, gives us his account of the situation.




Who will acquire Libya's chemical weapons?

Who will acquire Libya's chemical weapons?



The Libyan rebels are alleged to have ties to Al-Qaeda and this concerns many worldwide. Libya is said to have tons of uranium which could be used to process nuclear weapons. As of now Gaddafi's government still has control of the stockpile despite the intense presence of rebels in Tripoli. Laura Emmett tells us more.


Rebels will not negotiate with Gaddafi

Rebels will not negotiate with Gaddafi



The pursuit for Gaddafi continues in Tripoli and the Libyan rebels claim that all they can provide Gaddafi with is safety and a fair trial. The rebels have taken



over a majority of the country and it is alleged that Gaddafi wants to have talks with the rebels. Maria Finoshina gives us the latest from Tripoli.




Hurricane Irene hype

Hurricane Irene hype



The American East Coast was in the crosshairs of Hurricane Irene. Americans were promised to face an apocalyptic event and, for the first time, New York City's subway system was stopped as the media went berserk about an almost certain doom. Later on, however, the Category 3 hurricane was downgraded to a tropical storm. So was Irene worth all the mainstream media coverage?




Steve Jobs resigns: What's next?

Steve Jobs resigns: What's next?



Steve Jobs made Apple the worldwide iconic powerhouse that it is today. Now Steve Jobs is calling it quits due to his deteriorating health, according to some reports. Jobs has always been a free thinker and always did things his way, but what will happen now that he's gone? Who will fill his place? Pete Pachal, news director of PC Magazine, is here to shed some light on the situation.




Next week on RT

Next week on RT



Gaddafi is on the run and his 42 year reign has come to an end, but who will control the stockpile of chemical weapons in Libya? Plus US companies are making a lot of money from detaining illegal immigrants. Will the US lawmakers pass stricter laws on behalf of the lobbyist? And finally civil liberties groups in New York are fighting for their right to online porn; find out what role public libraries have to play. Make sure to catch RT's live news broadcast five days a week at 4, 5, 7 and 8pm EST.




Moscow to send envoy to Syria

Moscow to send envoy to Syria



Bashar al-Assad has been slammed for using his army to attack anti-government protesters in Syria. Today Russia announced a diplomatic initiative to try to put an end to the violence. Vitaly Churkin, Russian ambassador to the United Nations, gives more details on the proposed resolution.




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