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Greek Cabbies in Dire Straits amid Country's New, Even Heavier, Taxes

Hawaii Political Info introduction:: Greek cabbies are spotlighted in this story on the devastation the worldwide economic crisis is having on them. Greece is particularly affected by the crisis, although the peoples of the US and the EU are also experiencing a major impact on their quality of life.

Unfortunately this report doesn't say where the money from the major new taxes and austerity measures is going. It is being sucked up to benefit the international banks and their consortiums which are run by Jews. Nor does the story mention who is designing the taxes and austerity measures imposed on the Greeks—again, the international banks and their consortiums, such as the IMF.

But Russia also is subject to Jewish interests, although perhaps not to the degree of the US and the EU—at least for the time being.

The troika frequently mentioned in this report, but never defined (why not?) is the European Commission (EC), the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the European Central Bank (ECB).

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Russia Today introduction: Greek taxi drivers are up in arms against heavy new taxes, as the country’s workers endure massive unemployment and painful austerity. With widespread discontent, they say that their government has failed them. RT's Marina Kosareva reports from Athens.

Published on YouTube by Russia Today Aug 17, 2014


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Tracing America’s Enslavement To Jewish Bankers [RealJewNews] Jun 14, 2011

Paul Craig Roberts' Best Interview

Dr. Roberts says that among all his interviews, this one with Andrew Mazzone is the best.

August 16, 2014


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Schatz Still Ahead of Hanabusa after Yesterday's Vote

Margin continues to be less than 1 percent.

KHON-TV

By Web Staff, Nestor Garcia, Manolo Morales and Gina Mangieri

August 15, 2014

Despite several setbacks in the primary election process, Sen. Brian Schatz has won the Democratic nomination for the U.S. Senate seat.

After the first printout Friday night, Schatz received 115,397 votes or 48.5% versus challenger Rep. Colleen Hanabusa’s 113,628 votes or 47.8%.

The second and final printout included eight absentee ballots that were dropped off in-person Friday. Four were for Schatz and four were for Hanabusa. The previous tally listed 12 ballots, but four were not valid, according to officials.

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Jews and Organized Crime

The leading role played by Jews in organized crime has long been suppressed in the U.S. and worldwide by the Jewish-dominated press and Hollywood. Prominent "mafia" kingpins Meyer Lansky and Bugsy Siegel (first name Benjamin), among numerous others, were Jews.

David Duke explains the appalling situation, saying even Julian Assange, who has shown strong support for Jews in the past, said that The New York Times and other mainstream media sources have refused to publish information from WikiLeaks showing Israel and Jews in a bad light.

Statehood Day Worth Celebrating

By Keli'i Akina, Ph.D.
President/CEO, Grassroot Institute of Hawaii

August 15, 2014

As an American, I am proud that Hawaii is a state of the union. The 50th state represents our nation’s breadth and diversity. From the Atlantic to the Pacific, we span the globe, not for domination, but for beneficence. What we practice and live within our borders – being “one nation under God, indivisible…” - extends across the world “ …with liberty and justice for all.”

As a Hawaiian, I am proud to be part of the great people of the United States. No other nation could better fulfill the aspirations of Hawaiians as expressed in the 1840 Constitution of the Hawaiian Kingdom: “God hath made of one blood all nations of men to dwell on the earth, in unity and blessedness. God has also bestowed certain rights alike on all men…” These are the values embedded within America’s most cherished document, the Declaration of Independence.

In 1959, Governor Neil Blaisdell presided over the greatest celebration Hawaii’s people had ever seen, following a resounding 95 percent plus affirmation of statehood by all the people of Hawaii. Moloka’i, with a preponderantly native Hawaiian population, led the way in the vote!

Today, we would do well to celebrate again the great union of the United States and Hawaii. Current detractors who seek to undo this union are truly a minority, although a vocal one. I have traveled throughout these islands, visited the Hawaiian Homestead lands, spoken with those who are too shy to go to public hearings, talked with aged kupuna and young workers. The silent, yet vast majority of ethnic Hawaiians, like myself, are proud to be Hawaiian and proud to be American. That’s worth celebrating, and it’s worth celebrating in the company of all Americans, from multiple ethnic backgrounds, who can all rightly call themselves Hawaiians.

Video: Changing Hawaii

In this installment of E Hana Kakou, Grassroot President Keli’i Akina interviews Fred Hemmings, former surfing champion, state senator, and informal Hawaii Goodwill Ambassador. Drawing on Hemmings’ vast knowledge of Hawaii’s history and culture, Dr. Akina and Mr. Hemmings discuss a number of current issues, from historical revisionism to the question of why Native Hawaiian successes are so often overlooked. Mr. Hemmings’ insights on change in Hawaii politics (or the lack thereof) provide a unique perspective on the state’s political climate.

Greg Brannon, M.D., 'The Path to Liberty'

Dr. Brannon knows the U.S. Constitution well. Here he says that every issue has two questions: Who is sovereign? and What is the legitimate role of the government?


Follow-up videos:

Introduction to Path to Liberty, Ep 2 [YouTube] (5 min) Jul 17, 2014

Path to Liberty, Ep 3 [YouTube] (40 min) Jul 19, 2014

Path to Liberty, Ep 4 [YouTube] (40 min) Aug 11, 2014

Aerial Survey of Puna Damage

A look at the damage Tropical Storm Iselle wreaked on the Puna area of the Big Island.

Published on YouTube Aug 11, 2014

James Bamford Describes His Wired Interview with Edward Snowden

Snowden: An Interview with the Most Wanted Man in the World

Wired

By James Bamford

August 13, 2014

The message arrives on my “clean machine,” a MacBook Air loaded only with a sophisticated encryption package. “Change in plans,” my contact says. “Be in the lobby of the Hotel ______ by 1 pm. Bring a book and wait for ES to find you.”

ES is Edward Snowden, the most wanted man in the world. For almost nine months, I have been trying to set up an interview with him—traveling to Berlin, Rio de Janeiro twice, and New York multiple times to talk with the handful of his confidants who can arrange a meeting. Among other things, I want to answer a burning question: What drove Snowden to leak hundreds of thousands of top-secret documents, revelations that have laid bare the vast scope of the government’s domestic surveillance programs? In May I received an email from his lawyer, ACLU attorney Ben Wizner, confirming that Snowden would meet me in Moscow and let me hang out and chat with him for what turned out to be three solid days over several weeks. It is the most time that any journalist has been allowed to spend with him since he arrived in Russia in June 2013. But the finer details of the rendezvous remain shrouded in mystery. I landed in Moscow without knowing precisely where or when Snowden and I would actually meet. Now, at last, the details are set.

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Marlon Wayans: Robin Williams Suicide Likely from Antidepressant

"I don't think it's depression. I think it's chemical..."

Williams, who tragically took his own life Monday, had been battling depression as of late according to several close friends. Wayans, a longtime associate of Williams, is the first Hollywood actor to bring up the important connection between antidepressants and suicide. —Mikael Thalen, InfoWars


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