Monday, March 14, 2011

Monday Red Pill: American Rebellion, China Gobbling Up Gold, Muni Bonds the New Subprimes, and Who Owns Your Social Network Data?


It's Monday morning. No more walking on egg shells. It's time to wake up. Here's a dozen links to open your mind.
Stunning images from Japan's earthquake/tsunami. (Daily Mail)

By the way, for general coverage of the events in Libya, I've been following in depth coverage here. There's a link to the daily live blog. (Al Jazeera)

Clashes continue in Bahrain and the Ivory Coast. (Al Jazeera)

Mish wonders... Muni Bonds the New Subprimes? Valid point that muni bonds are going to trigger the next economic tsunami in the banking system. (Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis)

Big Brother knows if you've been naughty, or nice. Who Owns Your Social Network Data? (InfoWorld)

The Cairo-Madison Connection is a piece from Noam Chomsky drawing parallels between the revolution in Wisconsin and the revolution in Egypt. (Truth Out)

Chinese Gold Fever goes into detail about China's jacked-up accumulation of gold. In just the first 2 months of 2011, China equaled what they purchased in the entire year of 2010. (Zero Hedge)

Analysis of the Global Insurrection Against Neo-Liberal Economic Domination and the Coming American Rebellion is a thorough round up on Revolution. A must read. (Amped Status)

Another good read from Amped Status... Overcoming Divide and Conquer Strategies (Amped Status)

Preparing for earthquakes and tsunamis is another well-executed list from FerFal. (Surviving Argentina)

If Japan can't cool down their reactors, how bad will the nuclear fallout be? (The Daily Beast)
That's it for now. Good luck surviving the week.

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