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A judge says what many of us are thinking:

http://themindunleashed.org/2014/01/judge-napolitano-get-fired-fox-5-mins.html

Quote from article:

Asking questions as Judge Andrew Napolitano did in a recent broadcast on his now cancelled daily show may very well be the reason behind his recent dismissal from Fox. Though specific details are hard to come by because the Judge has yet to give any interviews on the matter, it’s believed that his refusal to bow to commonly manufactured media narratives is among one of several key reasons he his no longer with the network.

The following 5-Minute Speech that Got Napolitano Fired from Fox News is one that should not only be forwarded and shared with every single man, woman and child in this country, but taught and expounded upon in every social studies, civics and government class from first grade through college.

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excellent clip - he talks so much sense and what should be obvious to all thinking people. Although he talks about American politics/parties it easily applies to New Labour/ Conservatives. :o

although I know Maggie Thatcher is hated and reviled to many she was probably the last PM to do what she set out to do even if it made her unpopular - and in the end it was her party who destroyed her - not so much the electorate.

remember Blair and his promises 'things can only get better' :angry:

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Hill walking should be struck of the agenda for a long time for that guy

From the comments:

This video is almost a year old and he still works for Fox, but the show was cancelled. That being said it's a good rant.

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Two party systems as a means of controlling public opinion and debate

Thats an immediate hill walking death sentence in either US/UK I'd have thought.

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We got one that can see!

I'd forgotten about that movie. Loved it as a teenager. However, I think part of the message was lost on me back then, it was the action I was more focused on unsure.gif.

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the internet is a spanner house works for state control. im surprised its being allowed

we do see many stories on the msm telling people not to speak their minds and how terrible it is when someone important actually says something controversial and against the msm view.

id think i was going mad if it wasn't for the internet

:lol:

Edited by TheCountOfNowhere

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He mentions and lists a lot of the problems such as there's no real difference between parties once they get in power. He doesn't seem to say why that might be.

He concludes by suggesting that maybe Ron Paul could remedy the problems. Under their current arrangement maybe Ron Paul is a standout candidate but why should the choice be restricted to those near the top or within the corridors of power who are, by implication, considered to be acceptable to the string pullers.

Edited by billybong

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the internet is a spanner house works for state control. im surprised its being allowed

Why do you think we have measures being introduced like Cameron's "Won't somebody think of the Children!" supposed 'porn filter'?

Is anyone really naive enough to believe that is the purpose of introducing censorship at the ISP level?

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In reality we did have our own libertarian Ron Paul figure - Godfrey Bloom. This video is also worth a view - interestingly the MEP that challenges him is called Mr Goebbels! :D

Saying what he thought didn't get him very far - the media destroyed him!

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the internet is a spanner house works for state control. im surprised its being allowed

It won't. Dave's great Internet firewall will soon be imposed, to be shortly followed no doubt by jackboots and and 'Klops!"

Edited by aSecureTenant

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On the other hand, remember what happened to Kilroy-Silk after he said something rude but accurate about Arab culture? An article in the Express, and the BBC not only sacked him, but refused to show any of his recorded Kilroy shows. (I know cos I was on one, on alt med, which al-beeb canned after the article).

At least Fox News is not compulsory.

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In reality we did have our own libertarian Ron Paul figure - Godfrey Bloom. This video is also worth a view - interestingly the MEP that challenges him is called Mr Goebbels! :D

Saying what he thought didn't get him very far - the media destroyed him!

He's got it all wrong too. Under our present monetary system, either governments borrow or the public borrows. If neither borrows we have a situation of monetary scarcity, aka - deflation. Commercial banks create 97% of all the money in circulation. During the credit boom years government finances looked rosy because consumers were doing the majority of borrowing, tax revenues were up as a result and government borrowing looked "sustainable". As soon as the commercial banks stopped lending the government was required to step in and fill the gap. Debt and money are one and the same thing. We are never going to move forward as a civilization unless policy makers understand this fundamental fact, create sovereign money and a true free market banking system.

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