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 CKLN Rude Awakening 
 Hosted by Black Krishna
 Daily Program
 Paul Craig Roberts, Christopher Monckton, Luke Rudkowski, Stephen Colbert, Black Krishna
 Public Domain 
This episode: Absent like Ferris Bueller's Day Off during the recession, why is the SEC now going after Goldman Sachs for fraud? Can we help? Why is Goldman paying $5 bln of record $11 bln first quarter profits to employees as bonuses? Did they just get huge "bailouts" to make "record profits" during a recession? Don't our tax-dollars pay people with guns to stop people from doing this? How do the people pushing new "green" taxes live? Do they care about "us" or just "earth" or... "property"?
CKLN Rude Awakening is hosted by Black Krishna (BK) on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 - 7 am at CKLN 88.1 FM, Rogers Cable 947 or online. Download mp3 links around 8 am at, and Contact with questions, answers, suggestions, news tips, music and more.

Now we know the truth. The financial meltdown wasn't a mistake – it was a con

Hiding behind the complexities of our financial system, banks and other institutions are being accused of fraud and deception, with Goldman Sachs just the latest in the spotlight. This has become the most pressing election issue of all

Will Hutton | The London Observer | April 18, 2010

Goldman Sachs finds $5bn for pay and bonuses amid fraud investigation

Goldman staff will benefit from almost half the investment bank's first-quarter revenues

Ruth Sunderland | The London Observer | April 18, 2010

Goldman Sachs is expected to earmark about $5bn (£3bn) for staff pay and bonuses this week, days after being accused of securities fraud by the US regulators, fuelling the controversy over bankers' rewards in the teeth of the financial crisis.

Chief executive Lloyd Blankfein is expected to unveil revenues of $11bn for the first quarter of this year on Tuesday, up from $9.4bn in the same period of 2009. About 47% of that will go into a "compensation pool" for bosses and employees. ...

The Alex Jones Radio Show - Commercial Free - April 15, 2010 (mp3)

Alex welcomes back to the show British consultant, policy adviser, writer, columnist, and hereditary peer, Lord Christopher Monckton, who is a vocal critic of the theory of anthropogenic climate change. Lord Monckton is also a critic of the European Union. Alex also talks with economist, former nationally syndicated columnist and Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration, Paul Craig Roberts. Mr. Roberts recently announced his retirement from journalism.

Climategate: What the climate scientists wrote and when they wrote it

Financial Post | November 24, 2009

On Friday, news broke that a hacker had broken in to the computer systems used by the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia in Britain, obtaining more than 1,000 e-mails and 3,000 documents. The material, which covers a period of more than a decade, has led many to conclude that climate scientists associated with the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and various government agencies have been cooking the books to make the case for man-made global warming.

WeAreChange Talks to Stephen Colbert About Bilderberg

WeAreChange | April 18, 2010

The fight for freedom and humanity gained another friend with Stephen Colbert mentioning to millions of people the secretive and elite Bilderberg Group. Doing something that the main stream media have not dared to do.


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