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Loretta Napoleoni: The intricate economics of terrorism
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7 February 2017, 13:13
Talking about Arafat and PLO as terrorists is a deeply ethnocentric western imperialist vision... In this case you have to classify the Israeli army as terrorist too since they are doing the exact same thing (but killing much more civilians + invading/colonising the place).
3 May 2016, 02:12
"I wanted to know what had turned my best friend into a terrorist and why she never tried to recruit me".
T e S
6 June 2015, 23:49
love her Italian accent
25 May 2015, 01:07
@Jojo Joe Conwell (let's hope you do NOT!) To your comment 12 comments below, amazingly five years ago, "The privilege is called, 'seigniorage'".
24 September 2013, 14:44
Drone attacks are terrorism. Sanctions are terrorism. It's not that cheap to conduct this form of terrorism, but it's very profitable for a few.
24 September 2013, 14:32
IBM equipment facilitated the Nazis rounding up Jews and determining job assignments in the labor camps, and the equipment was leased so that IBM personnel went into the camps to install and maintain the IBM keypunches inside the prison camps. What IBM was promoting with that ad was a system that penalizes the poor and facilitates the rich traveling with less aggravation.
14 July 2013, 10:32
The ad at the end... Rather scary. People are angry at U.S. over the spying thing. But here they are advertising and promoting monitoring every single person to enter, and leave a city, and track them during their stay. Creepy. Also given this video wonder if the funds raised by such methods go to fund terrorism.
31 December 2011, 18:57
Organized crime constitutes only 1.5 trillion dollars? I get the feeling that's WAY on the low side. The world GDP's around 60 trillion. My guess is that it has to be more than just 2.5% of that.
31 December 2011, 18:55
@silentbroadcast This isn't just done by organized crime. This is done in the corporate sector too. Trains you to be completely apathetic to another's plight and make any decision that'll be profitable to you.
21 December 2011, 05:54
@JOEtheHOTTIE u speakin italian without an american accent there, bra?
13 August 2011, 14:11
One video to explane why our economy is in the tank. Must see if you love money!
19 May 2011, 02:20
@HigherPlanes Move then.
5 September 2010, 03:35
when a market of 310 million people tries to push a rule on a 6,9 Billion people world wide, this is what you get = less control and massive withdrawal Learn USA because we need is values and real issues explained so that we can follow and there is no law made in the US congress that can make the rest of the world follow, unless it is made cristal clear to the people of other countries and by that i mean not to the biased politicians but to the real people
11 March 2010, 21:07
@silentbroadcast Businessmen don't blow themselves up for 72 virgins. Crazy people are really crazy, even if they're financed by those who are not.
30 January 2010, 11:37
I sense that she smokes. She is short of breath...
30 January 2010, 11:36
This video was sponsored by IBM, and they were used by the german nazis (as opposed to the more recent American nazis) to do inventory, etc. on the prisoners of the concentration camps.
4 January 2010, 17:15
@EveryHumanBeing - the iran contra might not have been a goood example, but the bay of pigs one surely does qualify. Yes europeans sometimes like to scape goat american as the cause of all evils now that russia is no more, however, we should both agree that american does sponsor terror as long as it is in its interest. As for what i think her point is; i very much agree the difficulty distinguishing money from legit mart from the black mart & simple thngs like our shopping does help blackmarts.
4 January 2010, 17:04
@EveryHumanBeing I am not sure i understand your argument on how suicide bombings is "extremely cost effective" and cheap. If by cost effective, you mean the likely hood of kiling one person is higher then i might agree,however there is no way i'd accept the cheap argument. these idiots are not just lining up t blow theselves up irrespective of what the media may portray.they are intricately selected, profiled, trained and then in some case left in a dormant cell for years b4 some bcome active.
24 December 2009, 03:32
@newexperiment Yeah, I shouldn't of tried to explain it all. I should of just went with my first line of, 'My buying power got ate up when minimum wage went up' But at least you know what I mean. Yeah there's a multitude of reasons that affect the price of goods. Like you said, printing more dollars.. basically you have more dollars competing for the same amount of goods.
22 December 2009, 13:27
@MRSketch09 I meant "even if its a job that's not worth 7 an hour"
22 December 2009, 13:23
@MRSketch09 It is pretty horrible, sense there is already a lot of unemployment in the US, because of this recession. So now you have older more experienced people competing with college kids. OF course the older person will get the job. So basically this is why I say its a punishment. I hate this text limit.... sorry for posting four times.
22 December 2009, 13:23
@MRSketch09 So I had taxes raised on me in a very secretive manner. So this is why I say its a punishment. Not only this, but unemployment has went up, for a particular demographic, young college students looking to get part time jobs. contiued
22 December 2009, 13:21
@MRSketch09 SO the business had to cover that cost. The cost was passed along in the price of goods. Which cannot be helped because the business is being forced to pay their employees more, even if its a job thats worth 7$ an hr, and they can't pull that money out of there ass like the federal government can do. And this is like a web, you can start following it back. Plus to top it all off, since I get paid more by the hour, I get taxed more by the hour as well.
22 December 2009, 13:20
@newexperiment @newexperiment I'll speak from experience... Minimum wage went up twice. I was making above minimum wage by a decent amount. Well once it went up. It ate up my buying power. You say how is that so? well, I was doing better off, as far as buying my groceries before it went up. I noticed after it went up, I was barely getting by. Prices of groceries had went up. Because, the people in the groceries store, pay had went up. continued..
22 December 2009, 10:50
@jackdent1982 you statement has got to be the most bizarre comment on here.
22 December 2009, 01:28
@newexperiment You do realize the minimum wage is more of a punishment than a help right? If you want me to explain I will.. but if you don't care.. well that's fine to.
21 December 2009, 00:02
@John1Rawls "forces even nice business owners to pay as little as humanly possible to the worker" I think payroll taxes are a big issue. For instance, an employee gets paid minimum wage (7$hr), but its really costing the company 10 dollars or 11 dollars to keep that employee there.(US) Those taxes that the federal/local government take, is literally taking money out of the employees pocket. Of course, its just one piece of the puzzle. I'm still researching & Learning.
20 December 2009, 19:32
I was in the Ardoyne in 1997 on an INA tour. The people were really nice to me. When the GFA came it split the Clan na Gael here in the states. Since that time I have lessened my involvement. I was afraid that there would be a civil war and I would just hate to see that. Have a good Christmas and enjoy your family and friends. Slainte mo cara
20 December 2009, 05:36
I also hate it when people are so quick to use the word 'terrorist'. As far as I'm concerned it was the Brit Army who were the terrorist.
20 December 2009, 05:32
I like the Black taxis and when I stayed in the Ardoyne I used them all the time. So some former volunteers drove the taxis so what. The black taxis are good for the community and makes good economic sense.
20 December 2009, 01:45
Stalin said "No step back", so anybody who would want to retreat was shot on site. NKWD Army doing that was HUGE. NKWD is how it should be spelled, obviously. Not only by Germans :-P Those German "aggressors" were former friends and brothers in arms (Ribbentrop-Molotov). And nobody sane would stupidly send his soldiers directly on machine guns, but Russians (Lenin,Stalin) and Chinese (Mao). So not only you can't understand that.
19 December 2009, 21:09
19 December 2009, 20:46
I used the black taxis in Belfast. They are clean, cheap, and the drivers are wonderful people. She simply does not know what she is talking about when she mentioned Northern Ireland.
Jojo Joe Conwell
19 December 2009, 10:33
What is the word she used, to describe the U.S.'s ability to borrow against the total number of US dollars in circulation? It sounded like "senioraid" or something.
18 December 2009, 18:17
it's a good example to use. how else would she transition into the privatization and globalization of terror? the socialist system collapsed. the american system didn't. of course you'd use the Contra example, or one similar, in this case. it flowed in her lecture. i mean she STARTED her lecture talking about the Marxist Terrorists the Red Brigade. so stop getting your panties in a bunch. do you really think she is implying no socialist states supported terror? c'mon man.
18 December 2009, 17:08
Give us a break with all this terrorism bullshit already! retarded bitch
17 December 2009, 02:40
@John1Rawls I will agree with you on the , treat the employee like crap. I work at a place like that right now, I am a college student, so.. my options are limited. Anyways, of course the exact opposite of that is right as well. Look at google. They treat there employees really awesome. What is it called.. fortune 500 companies? The ones that treat there employees great? Check out Amory Lovins, he touches on the whole issues of employees, environments and businesses... Interesting character
17 December 2009, 01:49
"terroris-muh" "capitalis-muh" hahah her accent is funny. I kinda like it.
17 December 2009, 01:39
very interesting and entertaining talk.
17 December 2009, 01:20
@Monchanger "pay politicians to act against us." That is true. I'd like to say, normally when companies do bad.. they fail.. and thus there is an opportunity for another start up company.. but do to the bailouts.. Anyways, a corporation to get large, normally well, they should get large by doing good business. This is why I hate the "system" because it is corruptible. And its on a large scale. Rather than some small spot its like some horrid huge cancer. Figuratively speaking.
16 December 2009, 22:05
@MRSketch09- those are extremist myths. Governments acquire power from their citizens (from both their action or inaction). Taxation does not necessarily lead to increased size, or powers, only spending power. The Bush administration increased both the federal payroll and spending significantly, yet it reduced taxation (which killed the surplus). Corporations need not produce good products or otherwise benefit customers to prosper. Many simply pay politicians to act against us.
16 December 2009, 19:21
16 December 2009, 14:39
The difference between a corporation is that, a corporation grew by being good in business. People by products and the business grows.. etc A government grows by taxing people more. And these people, these individuals have no say. Well they do, but in the end, its what the masses want. To me, that's an immediate difference I see.
16 December 2009, 13:06
Thank you for a presentation worthy of tedtalks. For me, to hear something new and informative is of greater importance than whether I agree or not. Just saw TheKingOfFresno's comment "Winner", guess he said it better than me.
16 December 2009, 12:51
Oh, sure, let's just forget about the Soviet Union. Anti-American simply because it is trendy and gets you lots of liberal lays, maybe?
16 December 2009, 12:34
I like her name Loretta napoleoni. sounds like a name of a pasta brand or a Tiramisu. I ma musing. I'd would like to know where it would fit better . just my 2 cents
15 December 2009, 20:52
@MRSketch09 Continued... Basically there is this notion in Government that you can micro manage everything with laws, finances, peoples well being, there childrens education and safety. I believe its 100x more harmful than it is good.
15 December 2009, 20:49
@John1Rawls It is true. Most bad things in the US, do come from the government, through legislation that's passed. Not each new law is created equally, some cause less damage than others. Indirectly or directly. And if you add it up all through out the history of the US. If you could quantify it all, add it all up, in dollars, it would be pretty interesting to see. My opinion of course is based on research, and studying history.. (Of course I am still learning!) @Video Interesting.
15 December 2009, 17:40
Anyone who pays taxes is funding a war against humanity, ie the occupation of Iraq. What does that say about those who govern us? They take a 25% cut of your pay, and they spend your money killing innocent people. US government = EPIC FAIL
15 December 2009, 16:23
little addition here: very big number of those russians killed were actually murdered by NKWD or they have been send on heavy machine guns. Remember Finland? Finns couldn't kill russians fast enough and they lost big part of their country because red army soldiers were thrown on them in mass. I support you also in "Germany should have lost not 10% but 50%" - 1000 years ago they would be wiped out and survivors sold into slavery.