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Support the Troops - Because It's Damn Sure George Bush Doesn't

The average age of an graduating American Marine is 19. During their boot camp training, they are effectively brainwashed and taught the finer points of killing without remorse, or "for fun" as many of them have described it. While officially classed as "men", when we factor in the severely retarded state of the American society, and particularly the American education system that spawned them, the recruits are in fact little more than children, albeit trained killer children.

Small wonder then that, when let loose on the streets of Iraq with a gun and a Humvee and told to "go get some bad guys", these gun-toting grunts should end up killing and torturing indiscriminately, and in doing so, stoke the flames of hatred and anger among the Iraqi people.

Of course, we realise that the average American soldier that blows the head of an Iraqi child cannot be held fully accountable for his misdeeds. If it were not for the elitist social policies, dehumanising military policies, Orwellian education policies and the fascist propaganda of US government officials, there would be far fewer impoverished, dumbed- down, aggressive and wholly deceived teenage American boys to sign up to fight the wars for profit of their so-called leaders.

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Signs Economic Commentary - November 14, 2005

The dollar closed at 0.8531 euros on Friday, up 0.8% from 0.8464 on the previous Friday. That put the euro at 1.1722 dollars, compared to $1.1815 the week before. Gold rebounded, closing at 470.00 dollars an ounce, up 2.6% from $458.00 at the previous week's close. Gold in euros broke the 400 barrier, closing at 400.96 euros an ounce, up 3.4% from 387.64 the Friday before. Oil closed at 57.53 dollars a barrel, down 5.3% from $60.58 the week before. Oil in euros would be 49.08 euros a barrel at Friday's close, down 4.5% compared to 51.27 for the previous week. The gold/oil ratio closed at 8.17 up 8.1% from 7.56 the week before. In the U.S stock market, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 10,686.04, up 1.5% from 10,530.76 at the previous Friday's close. The NASDAQ closed at 2,202.47, up 1.5% 2,169.43. The yield on the ten-year U.S. Treasury note closed at 4.57%, down nine basis points from 4.66 the week before.

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SOTT Podcast: 911: The Ultimate Truth

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Interview with Laura Knight-Jadczyk about her new book 911: The Ultimate Truth, a look at the deep story of the events that have so marked the last four years. Conventional explanations set 911 in the context of the so-called "Clash of Civilisations" (if you agree with the official conspiracy theory that it was carried out by 19 Arabs guided by a madman holed up in an Afghani cave) or as part of a "New Pearl Harbor" to destabilise the Middle East and to ensure US control of world oil resources (if you disagree with the official story and think it was an inside job). While control of resources and reshaping the political map in the interests of a small group played a part on one level, 911 represents the opening of the End Game in a plan that stretches back thousands of years, a game in which we are all pawns. Laura delves into 911: The Ultimate Truth.

Running Time: 00:44:45

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SOTT Podcast: Fundamentalist Christianity

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Discussion of the roots and global implications of fundamentalist Christianity. Amidst the chaos in Washington recently, almost no one is mentioning the power and influence of the fundamentalist Christians that Bush has so often appealed to in order to push through his policies. This week, we reveal the varying rolls that "fundies" play in the halls of power in Washington, the relationship of fundamentalist Christianity to Zionism, and the long term global implications of these groups on the war on terror and the overall Middle East conflict.

Running Time: 00:32:23

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SOTT Podcast: Mind Programming for Dummies

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A chat about the more common methods of mind control and their effects on the population with special guests Jason and Jonathan. From shopping at your local superstore to watching the latest mainstream media news reports on the war on terror, mind control and propaganda are widespread and dangerously effective. You may not even realise how often we are all "zapped" by some of the painfully simple control measures that we discuss this week!

Running Time: 00:55:33

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SOTT Podcast: Hawaii Uh-Oh

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The Signs editors begin their world tour with a stop in Hawaii and a tableside chat with Dave and Erica, two longtime residents of the islands. Be sure to grab your surfboard and swim suit so you can join us on the high seas of this passionate exchange about Hawaiian history and culture, the current growth in the US military presence on the islands, and how an imperialist policy of monoculture has ruined the state's agriculture.

Running Time: 00:37:51

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SOTT Podcast: The Economic Apocalypse: An Insider's View

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Discussion with a director at a major Eurozone bank who gives an insider's perspective on the status of the US and world economies. He discusses the effects of the coming worldwide economic crash on personal wealth. He also responds to the questions on everyone's mind: How do we prepare? Can we prepare? This is one podcast you don't want to miss!!

Running Time: 00:46:06

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SOTT Podcast: The Role of Education in the US (Part 2 of 2)

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The second part of a two part discussion with guests from the US, UK, and Canada about the differences between the US educational system and those of other countries. This week, we take a more detailed look at education in the US, and what that system has done to facilitate the current slide of freedom and democracy in the Land of the Free. With the help of our guests, we also get an idea of how the US compares to other countries not only in education, but also in terms of the likelihood that the population can be hoodwinked by the Powers that Be.

Running Time: 00:23:44

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SOTT Podcast: The Role of Education in the US (Part 1 of 2)

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The first part of a two part discussion with guests from the US, UK, and Canada about the differences between the US educational system and those of other countries. This week, we take a more detailed look at education in the US, and what that system has done to facilitate the current slide of freedom and democracy in the Land of the Free. With the help of our guests, we also get an idea of how the US compares to other countries not only in education, but also in terms of the likelihood that the population can be hoodwinked by the Powers that Be.

Running Time: 00:42:05

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SOTT Podcast: The American Perspective

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Discussion with a guest from Australia about the nature and effects of the average US resident's perspective of the world. First we take a look at some of the worldwide effects of the war on terror, which seems to be a direct result of a US administration that is able to act virtually unquestioned by the populace. The discussion then turns to the roots of the uniquely "American" perspective, focusing on various aspects of past and present US society. Topics include xenophobia, the US educational system, and a look at why there aren't more Cindy Sheehan's standing up for the truth.

Running Time: 00:44:13

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