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amanfromMars December 11, 2012, 08:00 … commenting on http://rt.com/politics/zyuganov-communist-movement-patriotic-691/

The Russian Order is the Communists’ alternative to Vladimir Putin’s Popular Front movement. Launched in the parliamentary election year 2011, the movement was claimed to be beyond any parties. It united a range of people and organizations with different political views who shared the same goal – to develop Russia. After the creation of the Popular Front, Putin stepped down as United Russia leader and promoted Dmitry Medvedev as a replacement.

Divide and conquer is a well enough known political ploy always used by one’s enemies who fear a popular united and intelligent front. And that has one wondering on who would be supporting such a division of fervour for Mother Russia.
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Posted by amanfromMars on 12/10/12 11:30 PM ….. replying to a strange comment on More Phony Employment Numbers

Government Spending Doesn’t Create Jobs …. Posted by 1776 on 12/10/12 01:04 PM

Of course it does, 1776, whenever it is spent wisely and monies [fiat currencies] are given to competent job creators and new orderly world programmers.
It is the poor choices which governments make in supporting incompetent entities unable to provide what is needed that create all of the world’s and capitalism’s problems.

Posted by amanfromMars on 12/11/12 02:03 AM …. on http://www.thedailybell.com/28430/Paul-Craig-Roberts-More-Phony-Employment-Numbers

Further to the statements posted earlier [Posted by amanfromMars on 12/10/12 11:30 PM]

And that is an intelligence failing in those and/or that [for it can be machines and faulty algorithms which are making decisions for dodgy humans] which can be easily exploited by smarter entities sharing system vulnerabilities and novel opportunities and alternative solutions.

Or would any Daily Bell ringers imagine it to be anything else and not a lack of greater and more advanced intelligence in current leading voices/programming?

Please share your views here for consideration. Thanks.

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amanfromMars …. commenting on http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2246215/Banking-giant-HSBC-agrees-pay-1-2m-settle-money-laundering-probe-United-States.html
So, is anyone to be found guilty of breaking any laws and sent to jail or is money laundering one of those crimes, with special and exclusive rules and privileges, which don’t have any persons prosecuted and liberties taken away?
That would be a diabolical liberty taken, wouldn’t it?

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amanfromMars 11 December 2012 at 11:01 am …. asking a legitimate question of the justice system on http://sluggerotoole.com/2012/12/10/northern-ireland-a-solution/
Hi, Greenflag,
Regarding your posting of 11 December 2012 at 8:58 am in which you said ….. There are those large financial institutions which can afford to be fines of over a billion dollars for alleged money laundering and a whole lot of other activities which would see ‘ordinary ‘ Britons behind bars ! …. it is disingenuous and even misleading of you to use the phrase “alleged money laundering”, as it suggests that there be an element of doubt available to render the offence unproven, whenever one can read the guilty plea on the link you provided …….

HSBC admitted having poor money laundering controls and apologised.
“We accept responsibility for our past mistakes,” said HSBC group chief executive Stuart Gulliver in a statement.
“We have said we are profoundly sorry for them, and we do so again.”

And it does beg the following question to be asked, [although sadly not through the voice of the Daily Mail, which was where it was first posted] …….

amanfromMars …. commenting on http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2246215/Banking-giant-HSBC-agrees-pay-1-2m-settle-money-laundering-probe-United-States.html
So, is anyone to be found guilty of breaking any laws and sent to jail or is money laundering one of those crimes, with special and exclusive rules and privileges, which don’t have any persons prosecuted and liberties taken away?
That would be a diabolical liberty taken, wouldn’t it?

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