Economic Imperialism

Wall Street starves, KILLS CHILDREN by fraudulent food “trades;” where are the arrests?

hyperlinks live at source: http://www.examiner.com/article/wall-street-starves-kills-children-by-fraud-food-trades-where-are-arrests

I documented personal history how US political “leadership” and corporate media allow a million children to die from preventable poverty each month. For Wall Street’s role in this child-slaughtering, UK Independent’s Grace Livingstone deftly explains (my emphasis):

Speculation by large investment banks is driving up food prices for the world's poorest people, tipping millions into hunger and poverty. Investment in food commodities by banks and hedge funds has risen from $65bn to $126bn (£41bn to £79bn) in the past five years, helping to push prices to 30-year highs and causing sharp price fluctuations that have little to do with the actual supply of food, says the United Nations' leading expert on food.

John Perkins and Abid Jan on 9/11 & Empire Radio

9/11 and Empire Radio, 9-11 pm CT Tues. 1/14/07 http://www.wtprn.com

My first-hour guest will be John Perkins, author of the bestseller Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, and the new The Secret History of the American Empire. Perkins pulls back the curtain on the way the world is really run (by financiers, not politicians) through usury and black ops.

Second hour guest: Abid Ullah Jan of http://www.dictatorshipwatch.com/, author of six books and countless articles, whose analysis of empire complements Perkins.

John Perkins is on the record expressing doubts about the official story of 9/11--doubts that I hope he'll expand upon in this interview!

http://mujca.com/hitman.htm

BookTV on CSpan2 1/21/06
Featuring John Perkins, author of Confessions of an Economic Hit Man Taped at Politics & Prose Bookstore, Washington DC, 1/10/06
Excerpt from the Q & A session

Guns and Butter 1pm PST Today - From Cold War to Class War

Guns & Butter
Wednesday, August 15, 2007, 1:00pm

From Cold War to Class War

Interview with financial economist and historian, Dr. Michael Hudson. Liquidity crisis in the banking system; wiping out of credit; demise of the dollar; stock volatility; hedge funds; sub-prime lending, real estate tax versus labor tax, etc. Dr. Hudson has been appointed Chief Economic Advisor for the Kucinich for President campaign, and is writing a new tax policy for the United States. He is President of The Institute for the Study of Long-Term Economic Trends, a Wall Street Financial Analyst, Distinguished Research Professor of Economics at the University of Missouri, Kansas City and author of "Super-Imperialism: The Economic Strategy of American Empire". Visit his website at www.michael-hudson.com.

KPFA 94.1 FM Berkeley 1pm PST, and streaming and archived at www.kpfa.org

www.gunsandbutter.net