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Ralph Nader, Rand Paul and the Koch Brothers

Some listeners/readers might wonder why we refer to the “progressive” sector as “the so-called progressive sector.” Just examine who Darth Nader is championing in the 2016 Presidential race–Rand Paul. Paul idolizes the Koch brothers. Well, we guess that is the only way that he could top off having helped put George Bush in office in 2000. All of the contents of this website as of 12/19/2014–Dave Emory’s 35+ years of research and broadcasting–as well as hours of videotaped lectures are available on a 32GB flash drive. Dave offers his programs and articles for free–your support is very much appreciated.

FTR #797 Cyber-Libertarian Fascism: Update on the Adventures of Eddie the Friendly Spook

In the long FTR series on L’Affaire Snowden, we noted that all of the players were outright fascists and/or exponents of corporatist economic theory. That includes Pierre Omidyar, Nazi fellow-traveler Glenn Greenwald’s financial angel and backer of First Look media. Touting the laissez-faire economics of the GOP and other corporatist elements around the world, Omidyar has also helped to finance the rise of fascist elements abroad, including assisting in the ascent of the OUN/B successor forces in the Ukraine, as well as Narendra Modi, heir to the RSS Hindu fascists that spawned his BJP. Julian Assange, his political idol Rand Paul, Rand Paul’s supporter Ralph Nader and Snowden himself all figure strongly into this unsavory political landscape.

Update on the EMU/Euro as Vehicle for Conquering Europe, World

Euro/EMU has beggared Europe, turning the peripheral European countries into German subordinates. Will dissolution of Euro case a banking crisis in Europe, just in time to collapse U.S. financial system before the election?

FTR #264 Darth Nader: Ralph Nader’s Politics of Hypocrisy

The small percentage of the 2000 vote garnered by Green Party candidate Ralph Nader had decisive impact.