Daily Archives: March 5, 2014

James Corbett – The Corbett Report – Foreign Intervention And The Ukraine Crisis – 5 March 2014

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by James Corbett
GRTV.ca
March 5, 2014

In late 2004, protests erupted after Viktor Yanukovych won the 2004 Ukrainian Presidential election, with protestors claiming that the vote had been rigged. The protests forced a revote, in which Yanukovych’s rival, Viktor Yuschenko, was elected president. This movement, dubbed the Orange Revolution for the orange ribbons and clothing sported by its members, was one of a series of so-called colour revolutions which swept the former Soviet Republics in the last decade. Continue reading

John Ward – Ed Miliband, Westminster, & The Paedophile Issue: A Succint Verdict – 5 March 2014

ZERO

The time has come at last for even the more smug and sleepy among us to get real. This is the situation we have:

1. A gentleman with a posh name, a senior and shady role on Tory affairs (and no doubt the wearer of nice shoes) is in charge of seeking out naughty paedos – and has now been accused of being one of their number. Continue reading

TheIndependent – Barclays Defends Bonus Scheme To Secure Top Talent – 5 March 2014

Chief Antony Jenkins claims being a third-tier payer damages the brand

By Nick Goodway

Quote: Barclays is set to announce that almost 500 of its bankers received more than £1 million each last year as it battled to prevent poaching by rival banks.

Read the full story at: www.indepedent.co.uk / link to original article

TheIndependent – Bank Of England Suspends Staff Member Amid Forex Probe – 5 March 2014

The Independent

Bank has warned forex rigging scandal could be ‘every bit as bad’ as Libor

By Nick Goodway

Quote : The Bank of England has suspended a member of staff as it stepped up the pace of its review into whether it knew of or even condoned alleged rigging of the multi-trillion-dollar-a-day foreign exchange market.

Read the full story at: www.independent.co.uk / link to original article

Hyper Report -140305 – Big Backfire – 5 March 2014

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The Double Dutch Radio Website Updated – 5 March 2014

ddlogoWe made some additions and updated the website http://www.doubledutchradio.com  to show our growing team and to accommodate better the videos and archives as well. Of course you can find Double Dutch Radio every week on the air at Friday on blogtalkradio  via http://www.blogtalkradio.com/doubledutchradio you can find there the new shows scheduled shows as well as also the archive from the blogtalk shows. Listen in and have music, fake adds, and lots of interviews and information and news from alternative media and mainstream sourced for you.

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UK Column Live – 5 March 2014

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TheIndependent – Andy McSmith’s Diary: Britain Really Is Best When It Comes To Laundering Money – 5 March 2014

The Independent

By Andy McSmith

We have seen the images of Viktor Yanukovych’s £180m home, his other house in Crimea, his private zoo, and his golf course, and we think this is corruption on a fabulous scale, and yet he is a “rank amateur” compared with some of Russia’s kleptocrats, according to the US fund manager Bill Browder.

Read the full story at: www.independent.co.uk/ link to original article

TheIndependent – Downing Street Accused Of Cover-Up Over Senior Aide Patrick Rock’s Arrest On Child Abuse Images Allegations – 5 March 2014

The Independent

Labour MPs are asking why No 10 only revealed news three weeks after the adviser resigned

By Adam Withnall

Quote: David Cameron has been accused of a cover-up after one of his most senior aides was arrested on suspicion of possessing child abuse images.

Read the full story at: www.independent.co.uk / link to original article

MarketWatch – Virtual Currency To Remain, But Is Bitcoin The Future? – 5 March 2014

WSJ – MarketWatch

By Saumya Vaishampayan, MarketWatch

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — Virtual currencies have gained traction in the five years since the first bitcoin was created , but it’s less clear if bitcoin itself will be the virtual currency of the future.

Read the full story at: www.marketwatch.com / link to original article