Max Keiser Report : the Mafia is now Italy's biggest.... This banking thing has all the signs and symptoms of mafia-like organization, via George Bush(s) & Company. Gerald Celente has been calling the wall street antics mobsters for ages , our whole planet is one big ponzi scheme... except of course the countries that haven't been invaded by the USA.. yet..... never mind locking up your daughters.. lock up your gold, and oil.... the USA wants you... Ron Paul is the last hope.. but the situation is so very bad, the evil behind the scenes will certainly make it so very hard to make the mess right.... but I think Ron Paul is the only real person running! the rest of them are like cut out paper people! here's to hoping for Ron Paul...
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