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FDR --- TAKING ON THE 1% ON OCTOBER 31, 1936 AT MADISON SQUARE GARDEN - NEW YORK
FDR Too Direct Aim At The Then Ruling 1% Economic Class In America - The Financial Titans By Declaring Mid-Way Through His 32-Minute Speech At Madison Square Garden In New York City On October 31, 1936:
"They Are Unanimous In Their Hate For Me And I Welcome Their Hatred."
FDR Went On Further To Say That A Government Comprised Of Organized Money Was No Better Than Government Compromised Of An Organized Mob.
FDR made it clear that His New Deal Programs Would Not Be Rolled Back By The Republican Monied Class But Were Here To Stay.
He Declared: "We Have Only Begun To Fight"
On this episode of Carson’s Corner with the Election Boycott Advocates, hosts Bob Carson and Christopher Driscoll touch on some of the most important issues that you must here. First, it has been revealed that Obama’s chief negotiator on the Iran deal, Wendy Sherman, is a Zionist and huge supporter of Israel. Sherman, as Christopher noted, is considered one of the most powerful lobbyists on behalf of a foreign country, and yet she is leading the negotiations. What would happen if we had a Russian spy as part of the Obama Administration? How would we react towards Russia?
Second, we examine the death of Walter Scott and all the implications. Scott’s death and subsequent treatment by the racist state perpetuates the notion that the lives of African Americans don’t matter. As Bob and Christopher point out, Walter Scott was the victim of a terrorist attack carried out by occupant forces. Since African Americans are the most likely to rise up in the face of double or triple oppression, the ruling class have installed a permanent occupation in cities all across the country.
Third, we discuss Kshama Sawant and the Socialist Alternative Party. Learn about the history of the party and why it will not be effective in the bourgeois elections.
Finally, Christopher opines on the true legacy of FDR. Was FDR the response on the part of the ruling class to stave off a true worker revolution? How effective were the New Deal programs, and how does the Wagner Act hurt organized labor?
Our premiere episode of "Tiki Time". Tom from the FDR Drive Band is our guest today. He is the band's guitarist who will be playing on Memorial Day at Pier Restaurant and Tiki Bar in Rye, NY on the Playland boardwalk.
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This episode features a pre-recorded interview with historian and author Harvey J. Kaye. The discussion revolves around his book The Fight for the Four Freedoms: What Made FDR and the Greatest Generation Truly Great.
Harvey J. Kaye is the Ben and Joyce Rosenberg Professor of Democracy and Justice Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. An award-winning author, Kaye has published fifteen books on history, politics, and ideas, contributed articles and essays to a diverse array of publications
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1880 – Salvation Army forms in London
1884 – First Rollercoaster is operated at Coney Island, NY
1893 – Cracker Jack is invented
1903 – Ford Motor Company and Pepsi Cola Incorporate
1933 – Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation is formed
1935 – U.S. Congress accepts FDR’s New Deal
1977 – Oracle Corporation is incorporated as Software Development Laboratories
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If Keynes were alive today, he might be warning of a repeat of 1937, when policy mistakes turned a promising recovery into history’s worst double dip. This time, Europe is the danger zone; then it was the U.S. What’s called the Great Depression was really two steep downturns in the U.S. The first ended in 1933. It was followed by four years of output growth averaging more than 9 percent a year, one of the strongest recoveries ever. What aborted the comeback is still debated. Some economists blame President Franklin Roosevelt for signing tax hikes and cuts in New Deal jobs programs.On Wall Street, Keynesianism never really died, because its theories did a good job of explaining the short-term fluctuations bank economists are paid to predict. “We approach forecasting more from a Keynesian perspective whether we like him or not,” says Joseph LaVorgna, chief U.S. economist at Deutsche Bank Securities.He made and lost fortunes as an investor and died rich. In 1919, in a prescient book called The Economic Consequences of the Peace, he condemned harsh reparations imposed on Germany after World War I, which were so punitive that they helped create the conditions for Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich. In 1936 he essentially invented the field of macroeconomics in his masterwork.The crisis-induced embrace of Keynes infuriated the likes of German Finance Minister Peer Steinbrück, who complained in 2008, “The same people who would never touch deficit spending are now tossing around billions. The switch from decades of supply-side politics all the way to a crass Keynesianism is breathtaking.” Wrote John Cochrane of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business on his website: “If you believe the Keynesian argument for stimulus, you should think Bernie Madoff is a hero. Seriously. He took money from people who were saving it, and gave it to people who most assuredly were going to spend it.
Tonight Deanna Spingola returns to the show.
With this show Deanna will walk us through a piece of WWII history that has been erased from the history books. The main stream narrative of the second World War majors exclusively on the Holocaust but never talks about Dwight Eisenhower’s Rhine Meadow Death Camps which claimed the lives of an estimated 1.5 million Germans. The running and condition of these enslavement camps was so deplorable that it is virtually incomprehensible to believe anyone, let alone a US general and later a US president, would have treated people in a way that can only be described as evil.
For many, much of what you will hear in this show will be a surprise and perhaps even shocking. I encourage everyone to listen with an open mind and as you do remember the words of Winston Churchill; “History is written by the victors.”
Deanna's website: http://www.spingola.com/
List of the camps: http://www.spingola.com/eisenhowerPOWcamps.html
Rhine Meadow Documentary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hbp61fOVFaE
What if the 16th Amendment to the Constitution - the one that gives Congress the ‘power to lay and collect taxes on income’ - were illegal? The ratification of the amendment was dicey at best and quite possibly fatally flawed.
THE PATRIOT THREAT by Steve Berry demonstrates it might well be illegal...and what might happen to the U.S. Government should its citizens decide to stop paying taxes.
THE PATRIOT THREAT features FDR, Andrew Mellon and, in his tenth appearance, the redoubtable Cotton Malone. The non-stop action takes us to Washington, China, Venice, Croatia...and a place where foreign agents reveal the truth about the 16th Amendment.
Tags: Steve Berry, taxes, 16th Amendment, Congress, FDR, Andrew Mellon, Cotton Malone, Washington, China, Venice, Croatia, Obama
Hey Patriots! Today, I have news on "climate" change facts and fiction, the so called war on Christianity, The purposeful dumbing down of Americans since the 30's (under FDR) Local news, including the CA water shortage, local politics, and how it ties into Socialism, and Agenda 21.
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POLITICAL ANIMALS---The Betrayal by the allies of Russian POWS who were captured by the Nazis, Stalin demanded at the Yalta Conferance that these POWS be repatriated back to the Soviet Union.
US Army Sergent Ted Samuel was stationed at the railroad station when this forcible repatriation occured.
Russian President Putin's ignoring Stalin's role in
***Allowing the German Army to train in Russia as a circumvention of the VErsaile Treaty which limited the German Army
***Britain and the US's conveys to Murmansk to aid the Soviets in fighting Hitler
***Stalin's Mass Murder of the Polish Army's office corp at the Katyn forest--an estimated 20,000 polish army officers were mudered en mass by the NKVD predecessor to the KGB
Encore: Another historical audio interview with Danny Mander, a British soldier and special guard to Winston Churchill at the Terehan Conferance( FDR-CHURCHILL & STALIN)
The San Francisco & Califorina emerging Pedophile and child ography scandal involving Enrique Pearce, a corrupt lawyer and left wing political consulatant connected to suspected closeted Lesbians and Homosexuals who funded illegally pedophile organizations, Pearce is now in San Francisco City Prison
Vice President Fairbanks---President Teddy Roosevelt administration
verzola.com --AMICUSVERITAS YOUTUBE(VIDEOS OVER 250)
POLITICAL ANIMALS---Harry S. Truman---President of the US---
Historical Audio Interview excerpt--British Military Policeman DAnny Mander "FDR was a bag of bones, I carried him up the stairs in the British Consulate.....Stalin drank vodka --he liked to see his generals get drunk and fall off their charis."
The little known political deal regarding the forcible repatriation of Russian POWS that Stalin demanded of the Allies--the KALW FM connection--Sgt. Ted Samuel US Army
May 8th Births-Deaths & Events relevant to US(a)