(Bloomberg) – – The Obama Administration acted in contempt by continuing its deepwater drilling moratorium after the policy was struck down, a New Orleans judge ruled.
Asked about his recent comments regarding how authorities in the United States were “setting the stage for violence in this country,” Presidential candidate Ron Paul elaborated on how the federal government was preparing for a “breakdown in law and order.”
Energy corporations will invest US $133 billion in the next ten years looking for oil and gas in Brazil according to a release from the country’s Ministry of Mines and Energy. The plan, according to official sources, seeks to balance economic growth prospects with energy supply and expanded demand.
Tax exempt foundations, banks and philanthropic organizations have been hard at work in the United States for decades molding the country to their liking. The schooling system, media, medical institutions, and foreign policy of the United States have all been influenced by them. Today, these foundations are partnering with global banking powerhouses in order to create the “Global Impact Investing Network” (GIIN) which aims to spearhead a new form of investment.
The Bank of England governor told U.S. officials in March 2008 that ‘a co-ordinated effort to possibly recapitalise the global banking system’ was needed to save it from collapse, according to documents released by WikiLeaks.
Mr Brown did not come up with his master plan to tackle the financial crisis until September 2008 following the collapse of U.S. investment bank Lehman Brothers.
The delay raises a major question over his claims that he was the brains behind the bailout and had ‘saved the world’.
The leaked U.S. embassy cables show the Bank governor told American officials action was needed to shore up the banks six months before the financial crisis reached its peak.
Mr King said Britain and America and other developed countries should override the ‘dysfunctional’ G7 and orchestrate a multi-billion pound bailout for global banks.
British taxpayers stumped up around £1trillion in loans and other guarantees to shore up the banking system.
The appeal court in Paris sentenced, Thursday, Feb. 2, two French entities of Scientology to 600,000 euro fine for “organized fraud“ in a case unprecedented in American group.
Speaking at the traditionally nonpartisan National Prayer Breakfast, President Obama on Thursday cited his Christian faith in offering a vigorous defense of his political agenda of tax increases for the wealthy, universal health care and greater regulation of Wall Street. Washington Times