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Homeless Guy Given $100; You’ll Be Surprised What He Spends it On – http://t.co/BpJBbgz9CY
— Alex Jones (@RealAlexJones) December 23, 2014
The victory of New Era over Westbrook is a big deal. Yes, it shows that lazy politicians and corrupt businessmen can be overcome by dedication and passion. It also shows that ‘new media’ can overcome old media. And this is revolutionary. No UK MSM outlet gave Russell Brand and the New Era Estate campaign a snowball’s chance in hell, yet they triumphed. Fact is; Russell’s ‘The Trews’ has a bigger “media footprint” than Murdoch’s Sun newspaper when you add up the total reach including social media, etc. So the dawn of a new era has arrived. Britain is no longer bound (and gagged) by a media monopoly that merely parrots the dictates of Big Business including Big Banks. Revolutionary.
Russell Brand: New Era 4 All
The 93 families of the New Era estate have achieved an incredible victory against greedy corporations and lazy politicians and I believe, and the name of the estate suggests, this is the start of something that will change our country forever.
When I first clattered into Lindsey, Lynsay and Danielle in Hoxton market, East London, bantering, smashing out flyers and hassling shoppers into supporting the campaign to keep their homes, I had no idea that I had inadvertently wandered into the heart of a truly accessible and exciting movement to oppose pointless government and tyrannical big business.
As I stood and listened to the hollering trio, their kids wove in and out of their legs like titchy Agueros. The women have one child each; “The Lindsays” are both working single mums. I was captivated by their abundant spirit, the clear validity of their cause (greedy landlords jacking up rents, inefficient authorities doing F.A) but also by an eerily resonant pang, a ghostly memory of something lost to me, or perhaps stolen. (more…)
— Max Keiser (@maxkeiser) December 19, 2014
Jamie Dimon's latest financial terrorist weapon: "Banks would use customer savings to make bets on derivatives". http://t.co/KX1lCQG6ht
— Max Keiser (@maxkeiser) December 13, 2014
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