Tag Archives: Rob Kall

OpEdNews – Rob Kall – Public Banking – The Linchpin To Reverse Centuries Of Privatization? – 6 December 2012

OpEdNewsTonight I went to a local meeting of the Public Banking Institute with Ellen Brown as the featured speaker. First, I joined the local organizers of the meeting, Brown and the director of the institute, Mark Armstrong.

The lecture and the conversations before and after really helped me connect some dots that tie together single payer health care, Naomi Klein’s Shock doctrine, tea partiers, bankrupt cities, global bankers like the Rothschilds, the class war and the war of the top-down powers against the bottom up revolution.  Continue reading

Rob Kall – Occupy Wall Street Metamophosizes – And It’s Beautiful And Fun – 7 July 2012

I spent four of the five days at the Occupy National Gathering and my here’s my overall impression;

It was a powerful, visionary, exciting, FUN gathering of representatives from close to 100 different Occupy locales. Marches through Philadelphia, aimed at Comcast and big Banks, in heat reaching mid 90s temperatures, had upwards of 300-500 marchers.  Continue reading