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    Why advertisers are tracking your emojis 😱
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    Why advertisers are tracking your emojis 😱

    January 23, 2020


    This is an ad for the 2018 Camry that Toyota
    published on Twitter. They also published this one. And this one. For this one campaign, Toyota released 83
    different versions of the same ad, and every version targeted different users — not based
    on their gender or their age, their political affiliation or their location. The ads targeted users’ emotional states through
    their emojis. A targeted ad is where a company shows their
    ads to only certain kinds of people, certain people who are more likely to buy their products
    or like their message. That’s why as someone who creates videos
    just like this one, I see ads for Adobe’s video-making products in my Facebook feed. But in 2016, Twitter began giving advertisers
    access to emoji data like who is posting what and when and which emojis are the most popular. That is totally unique compared to advertising
    before this. Emojis have an emotional context paired with
    them and that lets advertisers better gauge the feelings expressed in people’s tweets. With emoji targeting, every highly tailored
    ad would be triggered by the emojis a user would post, in real time. Tweet a pizza emoji and Domino’s would reply
    with a coupon. Tweet any emoji at Google and get a handy
    link for the top search results on their platform. Tweeted a heart eye emoji today? Well, Toyota might determine that you’re feeling
    positive and serve you this ad while you’re in that feel good mood. Some emojis are pretty obvious right. Smiley face, I’m happy. Frowny face, I’m sad. But you know there’s a bunch of emoji which
    are much more — the line’s much more fine between what that person is actually feeling
    or thinking at the time. For those emojis that express more ambiguous
    emotions, advertisers can use artificial intelligence to predict if an emotion is used in a positive
    negative or neutral context. Let’s look at Toyota again. In January of 2017, Donald Trump tweeted a
    major criticism of the company for planning to build a plant in Mexico. After that tweet was posted, the number of
    social media posts about the automaker spiked. But if you look at this chart, you can see
    how people felt about Toyota not just how much they talked about it. Right after Trump’s comments, the percent
    of negative posts spiked when compared to positive posts about the company. For an advertiser, knowing how people are
    feeling is immensely valuable, and they can target consumers with positive feelings and
    avoid those with more negative ones. Emojis are just one more tool for advertisers
    to assess people’s emotions. The idea is that if the advertisers are using
    it effectively going to see more relevant ads. But regardless of how relevant those ads are,
    the process is never going to be fully transparent. As a consumer it’s difficult if not almost
    impossible to tell what information a marketer is using to target you. Most advertisers argue that tracking the emojis
    you use is no different than tracking the keywords you use on Google, because you volunteered
    that information publicly. You shared that data freely with a free website
    that is ad supported, you should be able to understand that the same type of thing is
    going to happen on a social media platform. But consumer advocacy groups disagree. They argue that advertising to people
    based on a psychological profile of their emotions is intrusive. About half of Americans
    share a similar skepticism, many of whom aren’t confident that social media sites actually
    protect their data. And emojis are part of that data. For all the privacy concerns, emoji advertising
    is still in its infancy and though it only exists right now on Twitter, it wouldn’t be
    a far leap to see multiple platforms offer a similar service in the future. And in the best case, we may get ads that give
    you immediate and valuable information. Maybe you’ll post an eggplant emoji and Durex
    will send you a condom emoji with 10 percent off your next purchase. Or if you don’t like your emoji data being
    used, maybe you just don’t use emojis. Yeah, right.

    Century of Enslavement – Corbett report on the FED
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    Century of Enslavement – Corbett report on the FED

    January 19, 2020


    hi I’m buck your personal tour guide to
    the Federal Reserve I’m here to introduce you to one of the most complex
    but effective institutions in the United States but don’t worry I’ll explain it
    all in plain English just beside me is a roadmap of where we’re going together
    we’ll walk through the Federal Reserve System literally and along the way I’ll
    show you just what goes on around here and why it’s important by the end of
    this tour you too will be able to explain the Federal Reserve in plain
    English that would effectively be a takeover monetary policy by the Congress
    a repudiation of the independence of the Federal Reserve which would be highly
    destructive to the stability of the financial system the dollar and
    our national economic situation we don’t when the Federal Reserve does not own
    any gold at all we have not owned gold since 1934 all our lives we’ve been told that
    economics is boring it’s dull it’s not worth the time it takes to understand it
    and all our lives we’ve been lied to war poverty revolution they all hinge on
    economics and economics all rests on one key concept money money it is the
    economic water in which we live our lives we even call it currency it flows
    around us carries us in its wake drowns those who are not careful we use
    it every day in nearly every transaction we conduct we spend our lives working
    for it worrying about it saving it spending it pinching it it defines our
    social status it compromises our morals people are willing to fight die and kill
    for it but what is it where does it come from how is it created who controls it
    it is a remarkable fact that given its central importance in our lives not one
    person in a hundred could answer such basic questions about money as these so
    if you were planning a family you’d want to know where babies come from and this
    is a lot about banking so let me ask you where does money come from where does
    the money come from where does anyone ever mint prints it
    sprinted off where does money come from house new money created by labor people
    work reduced well than that and the money is supposed to Blatt match that
    well where does money come from well I have a pretty different outlook on money
    it actually comes from like trees right but why is this how could we be so
    ignorant about a topic of such importance where does money come from is
    a basic childlike question so why is our only response the childlike answer meant
    as a joke it grows on trees such a profound state of ignorance could
    not come about naturally from the time we are children we are curious about the
    world and eager to learn about the way it works and what could lead to a better
    understanding of the way the world works than a knowledge of money its creation
    and destruction yet discussion of this topic is fastidiously avoided in our
    school years and ignored in our daily life our monetary ignorant is artificial
    a smokescreen that has been erected on purpose and perpetrated with the help of
    complicated systems and insufferable economic jargon but it doesn’t take an
    economist to understand the importance of money deep down we all know that the
    wars the poverty the violence we see around us hinges on this question of
    money it seems like a thousand-piece jigsaw puzzle just waiting to be solved
    and it is the puzzle pieces taken together create an image of the Federal
    Reserve America’s central bank and the heart of the country’s banking system
    despite its central importance to the economy
    relatively few have heard of it and fewer still know what it is
    despite the bank’s attempts at self description our economy runs on a
    complex system of exchange of goods and services in which money plays a key part
    point currencies savings and checking accounts the overall supply of money is
    managed by the Federal Reserve money is the medium through which
    economic exchanges take place and money as a standard of value helps us to set
    prices for goods and services the job of managing money monetary policy is to
    preserve the purchasing power of the dollar while ensuring that a sufficient
    amount of money is available to promote economic growth the Federal Reserve also
    promotes the safety and soundness of the institutions where we do our banking it
    ensures that the mechanisms by which we make payments whether by cash cheque or
    electronic means operate smoothly and efficiently and in its fiscal role acts
    as the banker for the United States government now these duties comprise the
    major responsibilities of our central bank but in order to really understand
    the Federal Reserve we must first understand its origins in context we
    must deconstruct the puzzle the first piece of that puzzle lies here in the
    White House this is where the Federal Reserve Act then known as the currency
    bill was signed into law after passing the House and Senate in late December
    1913 the New York Times of Christmas Eve 1913 described the festive scene the
    Christmas spirit pervaded the gathering while the ceremony was a little less
    impressive than that of the signing of the tariff act on October 3rd last in
    the same room the spectators were much more enthusiastic and seized every
    occasion to applaud there in the White House that fateful December evening
    President Wilson signed away the last veneer of control over the American
    money supply to a cartel a well-organized gang of crooks so
    successful so cunning so well-hidden that even now a century later few know
    of its existence let alone the details of its operations but those details have
    been openly admitted for decades of course just as we have been taught to
    find economics boring we have been taught that this story is boring this is
    the way the Federal Reserve itself tells it the United States was facing severe
    financial problems at the turn of the century most banks were issuing their
    own currency called banknotes the trouble
    was currency that was good in one state was sometimes worthless in another
    people began to lose confidence in their money since it was only as sound as the
    bank that issued it fearful that their bank might go out of
    business they rushed to exchange their banknotes for gold or silver by
    attempting to do so they created the panic of 1907 during the panic people
    streamed to the banks and demanded their deposits the banks could not meet the
    demand they simply did not have enough gold and silver coin available many
    banks went under people lost millions of dollars businesses suffered unemployment
    rose and the stability of our economic system was again threatened well this
    couldn’t go on if the country was going to grow and prosper some means would
    have to be found to achieve financial and economic stability to prevent
    financial panics like the one in 1907 President Woodrow Wilson signed the
    Federal Reserve Act into law in 1913 but this is history as told by
    the victors a revisionist vision in which the creation of a central bank to
    control the nation’s money supply is merely a boring historical footnote
    about as important as the invention of the zipper for an early 20th century
    hoola-hoop craze the truth is that the story of the secret banking Conclave
    that gave birth to that Federal Reserve Act is as exciting and dramatic as any
    Hollywood screenplay or detective novel yarn and all the more remarkable for the
    fact that it is all true we pick up the story appropriately enough under cover
    of darkness it was the night of November 22nd 1910 and a group of the richest and
    most powerful men in America were boarding a private rail car at an
    unassuming railroad station in Hoboken New Jersey the car waiting with shades
    drawn to keep on lookers from seeing inside belonged to senator Nelson
    Aldrich the father-in-law of billionaire heir to the Rockefeller dynasty john d
    rockefeller jr. a central figure on the influential Senate
    ants committee where he oversaw the nation’s monetary policy Aldrich was
    referred to in the press as the general manager of the nation joining him that
    evening was his private secretary Shelton and a who’s who of the nation’s
    banking and financial elite ap at Andrew the assistant Treasury secretary Frank
    Vanderlip president of the National City Bank of New York Henry P Davison a
    senior partner of JP Morgan Company Benjamin strong jr. an associate of JP
    Morgan and president of Bankers Trust Co and Paul Warburg heir of the Warburg
    banking family and son-in-law of Solomon Loeb of the famed New York investment
    firm Kuhn Loeb & Company the men had been told to arrive one by one after
    sunset to attract as little attention as possible
    indeed secrecy was so important to their mission that the group did not use
    anything but their first names throughout the journey so as to keep
    their true identities secret even from their own servants and waitstaff the
    movements of any one of them would have been reason enough to attract the
    attention of New York’s Horatius press especially in an era where banking and
    monetary reform was seen as a key issue for the future of the nation a meeting
    of all of them now that would surely have been the
    story of the century and it was their destination the secluded Jekyll Island
    off the coast of Georgia home to the prestigious Jekyll Island Club whose
    members included the Morgans Rockefellers Warburg’s and Rothschilds
    their purpose Davison told intrepid local reporters who had caught wind of
    the meeting that they were going duck hunting but in reality they were going
    to draft a reform of the nation’s banking industry in complete secrecy G
    Edward Griffin the author of the best-selling the creature from Jekyll
    Island and a longtime Federal Reserve researcher explains what happened is
    that the bank’s decided that since there was going to be legislation anyway to
    control their industry that they wouldn’t just sit back and wait and see
    what happened and crossed their fingers that it would be okay they decided that
    to do what so many cartels do today they decided to take the lead and they would
    be the ones calling for regulations and reform
    they like the word reform and American people are suckers for the word reform
    you just put that into any corrupt piece of legislation call it reform and people
    say oh I’m all for reform and so they vote for it or it accepted so that’s
    what they were doing they decided we will reform our own industry in other
    words we will create a cartel and we will give the cartel the power of
    government we’ll take our cartel agreement so that we can self-regulate
    to our advantage and we’ll call it the Federal Reserve Act and then we’ll take
    this this cartel agreement to Washington and they convinced those idiots there to
    pass it into law and that basically was the strategy it was brilliant strategy
    of course we see it happening all the time and certainly in our own day today
    we see the same thing happening another cartelized industry right now we’re
    watching it unfold in the field of health care but at that time it was
    banking alright and so the the banking cartel wrote their own rules and
    regulations called it the Federal Reserve Act got it passed into law and
    it was very much to their liking because they wrote it and then in essence what
    they had created is a set of rules which made it possible for themselves to
    regulate their industry but they went even beyond that in fact it’s clear to
    me when I was reading their letters and their conversations at the time and the
    debates that they never dreamed that Congress would go along and also give
    them the right to issue the nation’s money supply I mean not only were they
    now going to regulate their own industry which is what they started out as
    wanting to do but they got this this an incredible gift that they didn’t dream
    would be given to them although they were negotiating for it and that was
    Congress gave them the authority to issue the nation’s money and Congress
    gave away the the sovereign right to issue the nation’s money to the private
    banks and so all of this was in the Federal Reserve
    and the American people were joyous because they were told and they were
    convinced that this was finally a means of controlling this big creature from
    Jekyll Island amazingly enough they were successful not just in conspiring to
    write the legislation that would eventually become the Federal Reserve
    Act but in keeping that conspiracy a secret from the public for decades it
    was first reported on in 1916 by Bertie Charles Forbes the financial writer who
    would later go on to found forbes magazine but it was never fully admitted
    until a quarter century later when Frank Vanderlip wrote a casual admission of
    the meeting in the February 9th 1935 edition of The Saturday Evening Post I
    was a secretive indeed as furtive as any conspirator I do not feel it as any
    exaggeration to speak of our secret expedition to Jekyll Island as the
    occasion of the actual conception of what eventually became the Federal
    Reserve System over the course of their nine days of deliberation at the Jekyll
    Island Club they devised a plan so overarching so ambitious that even they
    could scarcely imagine that it would ever be passed by Congress as Vanderlip
    put it discovery of our plan we knew simply must not happen or else all our
    time and effort would be wasted if it were to be exposed publicly that our
    particular group had got together and ridden a banking bill that bill would
    have no chance whatever of passage by Congress so what precisely did this
    Conclave of conspirators devise at their Jekyll Island meeting a plan for a
    central banking system to be owned by the banks themselves a system which
    would organize the nation’s banks into a private cartel that would have sole
    control over the money supply itself at the end of their nine-day meeting the
    bankers and financiers went back to their respective offices content in what
    they had accomplished the details of the plan changed between its 1910 drafting
    and the eventual passage of the Federal Reserve Act but the essential ideas were
    there but ultimately this scene on Jekyll Island too is just one piece of a
    larger puzzle and like any other puzzle piece it has to be seen in its wider
    context for the bigger picture to become visible to understand the other pieces
    of the puzzle and there hortence in the creation of the Federal
    Reserve we have to travel backward in time the story begins in late 17th
    century Europe the nine years war is raging across the continent as louis xiv
    of france finds himself pitted against much of the rest of the continent over
    his territorial and dynastic claims King William the third of England devastated
    by a stunning naval defeat commits his court to rebuilding the English Navy
    there’s only one problem money the government’s coffers have been
    exhausted by the waging of the war and Williams credit is drying up a Scottish
    banker William Paterson has a banker’s solution a proposal to form a company to
    lend a million pounds to the government at 6% plus 5,000 management fee with the
    right of note issue by 1694 the idea has been slightly revised a 1.2 million
    pound loan at 8% plus 4000 for management expenses but it goes ahead
    the magnanimously titled Bank of England is created the name is a carefully
    constructed lie designed to make the bank appear to be a government entity
    but it is not it is a private bank owned by private shareholders for their
    private profit with the Charter from the king that allows them to print the
    public’s money out of thin air and lend it to the crown what happens here at the
    birth of the Bank of England in 1694 is the creation of a template that will be
    repeated in country after country around the world a privately controlled central
    bank lending money to the government at interest money that it prints out of
    nothing and the jewel in the crown for the international bankers that creates
    this system is the future economic powerhouse of the world the United
    States in many important respects the history of the United States is the
    history of the struggle of the American people
    against the banksters that wish to control their money by the 1780s with
    colonies still fighting for independence from the crown the bankers will get
    their wish in 1781 the United States is in financial turmoil the Continental the
    paper currency issued by the Continental Congress to pay for the war has
    collapsed from over issue and British counterfeiting desperate to find a way
    finance the end stages of the war Congress turns to Robert Morris a
    wealthy shipping merchant who was investigated for war profiteering just
    two years earlier now as superintendent of Finance of the United States from
    1781 to 1789 in America next to General Washington in his capacity as
    superintendent of Finance Morris argues for the creation of a privately-owned
    central bank deliberately modeled on the Bank of England that the colonies were
    supposedly fighting against Congress backed into a corner by war obligations
    and forced to do business with the bankers and just like King William in
    the 1690s acquiescence and charters the Bank of North America as the nation’s
    first central bank and exactly as the Bank of England came into existence
    loaning the British crown 1.2 million pounds the BNA started business by
    loaning 1.2 million dollars to Congress by the end of the war Morris has fallen
    out of political favor in the Bank of North America’s currency has failed to
    win over a skeptical public the BNA is downgraded from a national central bank
    to a private commercial bank chartered by the state of Pennsylvania but the
    bankers have not given up yet before the ink is even dry on the Constitution a
    group led by Alexander Hamilton is already working on the next
    privately-owned central bank for the newly formed United States of America so
    brazen is Hamilton in the forwarding of this agenda that he makes no attempt to
    hide his aims were those of the banking interests he serves a national debt if
    it is not excessive will be to us a national blessing he wrote in a letter
    to James Dwayne in 1781 it will be a powerful cement of our union it will
    also create a necessity for keeping up taxation to a degree which without being
    oppressive will be a spur to industry opposition to
    Hamilton and his debt based system for establishing the finances of the US is
    fierce led by Jefferson and Madison the bankers and their system of debt
    enslavement is called out for the force of destruction that it is with Thomas
    Jefferson writing the spirit of war and indictment since the modern theory of
    the perpetuation of debt has drenched the earth with blood and crushed its
    inhabitants under burdens ever accumulating still Hamill
    proves victorious the first bank of the United States is chartered in 1791 and
    follows the pattern of the Bank of England and the Bank of North America
    almost exactly a privately owned central bank with the authority to loan money
    that it creates out of nothing to the government in fact it is the very same
    people behind the new bank as were behind the old Bank of North America it
    was Alexander Hamilton Robert Morris’s former aide who first
    proposed Morris for the position of financial superintendent and the
    director of the old Bank of North America
    Thomas willing is brought in to serve as the first director of the first bank of
    the United States meet the new banking bosses same as the old banking bosses in
    the first five years of the bank’s existence the US government borrows 8.2
    million dollars from the bank and prices rise 72 percent by 1795 when Hamilton
    leaves office the incoming Treasury secretary announces that the government
    needs even more money and sells off the government’s meager 20 percent share in
    the bank making it a fully private corporation once again the US economy is
    plundered while the private banking cartel laughs all the way to the bank
    that they created by the time the bank’s charter comes due for renewal in 1811
    the tide has changed for the money interests behind the bank
    Hamilton is dead shot to death in a duel with Aaron Burr the bank supporting
    Federalist Party is out of power the public are weary of foreign ownership of
    the central bank and what’s more don’t see the point of a central bank in time
    of peace accordingly the charter renewal is voted down in the Senate and the bank
    is closed in 1811 less than a year later the u.s. is once again at war with
    England after two years of bitter struggle the public debt of the US has
    nearly tripled from forty five point two million dollars to one hundred nineteen
    point two million dollars with trade at a standstill
    prices soaring inflation rising and debt mounting President Madison signs the
    Charter for the creation of another central bank the second bank of the
    United States in 1816 just like the two central banks before it it is majority
    privately owned and has granted the power to loan money that it creates out
    of thin air to the government the 20 year bank charter is due to
    expire in 1836 but still in his first term President Andrew Jackson has
    already vowed to let it die prior to renewal believing that Jackson won’t
    risk his chance for re-election in 1832 on the issue
    the bankers forward a bill to renew the bank’s charter in July of that year four
    years ahead of schedule remarkably Jackson vetoes the renewal charter and
    stakes his re-election on the people’s support of his move in his veto message
    Jackson writes in no uncertain terms about his opposition to the bank
    whatever interest or influence whether public or private has given birth to
    this act it cannot be found either in the wishes or necessities of the
    executive department by which present action is deemed premature and the
    powers confirmed upon its agent not only unnecessary but dangerous to the
    government and country it is to be regretted that the rich and powerful too
    often bend the acts of government to their selfish purposes if we cannot at
    once injustice to interests vested under improvident legislation make our
    government what it ought to be we can at least take a stand against all new
    grants of monopolies and exclusive privileges against any prostitution of
    our government to the advancement of the few at the expense of the many and in
    favor of compromise and gradual reform in our code of laws and system of
    political economy the people side with Jackson and he’s reelected on the back
    of his slogan Jackson and no Bank the president makes good on his pledge in
    1833 he announces that the government will stop using the bank and will pay
    off its debt the bankers retaliated in 1834 by
    staging a financial crisis and attempting to pin the blame on Jackson
    but it’s no use On January 8 1835 President Jackson
    succeeds in paying off the debt and for the first and only time in its history
    the United States is free from the debt chain of the bankers in 1836 the second
    bank of the United States charter expires and the bank loses its status as
    America’s central bank it is seventy-seven years before the bankers
    can regain the jewel in their crown but it is not for lack of trying
    immediately upon the death of the bank the banking oligarchs in England react
    by contracting trade removing capital from the US demanding
    payment and hard currency for all exports and tightening credit this
    results in a financial crisis known as the panic of 1837 and once again
    Jackson’s campaign to kill the bank is blamed for the crisis throughout the
    late nineteenth century the United States is rocked by banking panics
    brought about by wild banking speculation and sharp contractions in
    credit by the dawn of the 20th century the bulk of the money in the American
    economy has been centralized in the hands of a small clique of industrial
    magnates each with a near monopoly on a sector of the economy there are the
    Astor’s in real estate the Carnegie’s and the Schwab’s in steel the Harriman’s
    Stanford’s and Vanderbilt’s in railroads the melons and the Rockefellers in oil
    as all of these families start to consolidate their fortunes they
    gravitate naturally to the banking sector and in this capacity they form a
    network of financial interests and institutions that centered largely
    around one man banking Scion and increasingly America’s informal central
    banker in the absence of a central bank John Pierpont Morgan John Pierpont
    Morgan or Pierpont as he prefers to be called is born in Hartford Connecticut
    in 1837 to Junius Spencer Morgan a successful banker in financier Morgan
    rides his father’s coattails into the banking business and by 1871 is
    partnered in his own firm the firm that was eventually to become JP Morgan &
    Company it is Morgan who finances Cornelius Vanderbilt’s New York Central
    Railroad it is Morgan that finances the launch of nearly every major corporation
    of the period from AT&T to General Electric to General Motors to DuPont it
    is Morgan who buys out Carnegie and creates the United States Steel
    Corporation America’s first billion-dollar company
    it is Morgan who brokers a deal with President Grover Cleveland to save the
    nation’s gold reserves by selling sixty-two million dollars worth of gold
    to the Treasury in return for government bonds and it is Morgan who in 1907 sets
    in motion the crisis that leads to the creation of the Federal Reserve that
    year Morgan begins spreading rumors about the precarious finances of the
    Knickerbocker Trust Company a Morgan competitor and one of the largest
    financial institutions in the United states at the time the resulting crisis
    the the panic of 1907 shakes the US financial system to its core Morgan puts
    himself forward as a hero boldly offering to help underwrite some of the
    faltering banks and brokerage houses to keep them from going under after a bout
    of hand-wringing over the nation’s finances a congressional committee is
    assembled to investigate the money trust the bankers and financiers who brought
    the nation so close to financial ruin and that wield such power over the
    nation’s finances the public follows the issue closely and in the end a handful
    of bankers are identified as key players in the money trusts operations including
    Paul Warburg Benjamin strong jr. and JP Morgan andrew gavin marshall editor of
    the people’s book project explains at the beginning of the 20th century there
    was an investigation following the greatest of these financial panics which
    was in 1907 and this investigation was on what was called the money trust which
    found that three banking interest JP Morgan National City Bank and the City
    Bank of New York I believe it was basically controlled the entire
    financial system so three banks and the public hatred towards these institutions
    was unprecedented there was an overwhelming consensus in the country
    for establishing a central bank but there were many different interests in
    pushing this and everyone had sort of their own specific purpose behind
    advocating for a central bank so to represent the most people you had a
    farmer interests populist progressives who were advocating a central bank
    because they couldn’t take the recurring panics but they wanted government
    control of a central bank they wanted it to be exclusively under the public
    control because they despised and feared the New York banks as wielding too much
    influence so for them a central bank would be a way to curb the power of
    these private financial interests on the other hand those same financial
    interests we’re advocating for a central bank to serve as a source of stability
    for their control of the system also to act as a
    lender of last resort to them and so that they would never have to face
    collapse but also in order to exert more control through a central bank the
    private New York banking community wanted a central bank under the
    exclusive control of them there’s a shocker so you had all these various
    different entry interests which converged of course the most influential
    happened to be the New York financial houses which were more aligned with
    European financial houses than they were with any other element in American
    society the main individual behind the founding
    of the Federal Reserve was Paul Warburg who was a partner with Kuhn Loeb &
    Company European banking house his brothers were prominent bankers in
    Germany at that time and he had of course close connections with every
    major financial and really big industrial firm in the United States and
    most of those existing in Europe and he was discussing all these ideas with his
    fellow compatriots in advocating for a central bank in 1910 the Warburg with we
    got the support of senator named senator Aldrich who later whose family later
    married into the Rockefeller family again I’m sure just a coincidence but
    Aldrich invited Warburg and another number of other bankers to a private
    secret meeting on Jekyll Island just off the coast of Georgia where they met in
    1910 to discuss the construction of a central bank in the United States but
    one which of course would be owned and serve the interests of the private
    bankers Aldrich then in 1911 presented this as the Aldrich plan or the Aldrich
    bill in the US Congress and it was actually voted out the public
    suspicious of Senator Aldridge’s banking connections ultimately reject the Jekyll
    Island cabal’s Aldrich plan the cabal does not give up however they simply
    revise and rename their plan giving it a new public face that of Senator Robert
    Owen and representative Carter glass in the end the money trust that was behind
    the panic of 1907 uses the public’s own outrage against them to complete their
    consolidation of control over the banking system the newly retitled
    Federal Reserve Act is signed into law on December 23rd 1913 and the Fed begins
    operations the next year so how does the Federal Reserve System
    work what does it do who owns and controls it these are the basic
    questions that would get to the heart of the fundamental question what is money
    and that is why the answer to these questions have been shrouded in
    impenetrable economic jargon even the Federal Reserve’s own educational
    propaganda which has an unusual tendency towards cutesy animation and talking
    down to its audience has a difficult time summarizing the feds mission and
    responsibilities according to the Fed to achieve these goals the Fed then and now
    combine centralized national Authority through the Board of Governors remember
    that on the map with a healthy dose of regional independence through the
    Reserve Banks a third entity the Federal Open Market Committee brings together
    the expertise of the first two in setting the nation’s monetary policy
    precisely what imaginary gaggle of schoolchildren is this economic
    gibberish aimed at the simple truth hidden behind the sleight-of-hand of
    economic jargon and Magisterial titles is that a banking cartel has monopolized
    the most important item in our entire economy money itself we are taught to
    think of money as the pieces of paper printed in government printing presses
    or coins minted by government mints while this is partially true in this day
    and age the actual notes and coins circulating in the economy represent
    only a tiny fraction of the money in existence over 90% of the money supply
    is in fact created by private banks as loans that are payable back to the banks
    at interest although this simple fact is obscured by the Wizards of Wall Street
    and gods of money who want to make the money creation process into some special
    art of alchemy carefully overseen by the government the truth is not hidden from
    the public in December 1977 the Federal Reserve Bank of New York published
    another of its dumb down cartoon written information pamphlets for the general
    public attempting to explain the functions of
    the Federal Reserve System there in black and white they carefully explained
    the money creation process commercial banks create checkbook money whenever
    they grant simply by adding new deposit dollars to
    accounts on their books in exchange for a borrower’s IOU banks create money by
    monetizing the private debts of businesses and individuals that is they
    create amounts of money against the value of those IOUs there it is in plain
    English the vast majority of money in the economy the checkbook money in our
    accounts of the bank and that we use in our electronic transfers and digital
    payments is created not by a government printing press but by the bank itself it
    is created out of thin air as debt owed back to the bank that created it at
    interest this means that bank loans are not money
    taken from other bank depositors but new money simply conjured into existence and
    placed into your account and the bank is able to create much more money than it
    has cash to back up those deposits the Fed claims to be the entity overseeing
    and backing up the banking industry it was established according to its own
    propaganda to stabilize the system and prevent bank runs like the panic of 1907
    from happening again throughout much of the eighteen hundreds
    almost any organization that wanted and could quit its own money as a result
    many states banks even one New York druggist did just that in fact at one
    time there were over 30,000 different varieties of currency in circulation
    imagine the confusion not only were there multitudes of currencies some were
    redeemable in gold and silver others were backed by bonds issued by regional
    governments it was not unusual for people to lose faith both in the value
    of their currency and in the entire financial system with many people trying
    to withdraw their deposits at once sometimes the banks didn’t have enough
    money on hand to pay their depositors then when the funds ran out the banks
    suspended payment temporarily at some even closed people lost their entire
    savings sometimes regional economy suffered obviously something had to be
    done and in 1913 something was and that year President Woodrow Wilson signed
    into a the Federal Reserve Act this Act created
    the Federal Reserve System to provide a safer and more stable monetary and
    banking system if that was indeed its aim it signally failed to do so in
    running up one of the greatest bubbles in American history to that point in the
    1920s just a decade after its creation the popping of that bubble of course led
    directly into the Great Depression and one of the greatest periods of mass
    poverty in American history economists have long argued that the Fed itself was
    the cause of the depression by its complete mismanagement of the money
    supply as former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke admitted in a
    speech commemorating Fed critic Milton Friedman’s 90th birthday regarding the
    Great Depression you’re right we did it we’re very sorry but thanks to you we
    won’t do it again price stability is another cited tenet
    of the Federal Reserve’s mandate but here to the Fed has completely failed to
    live up to its own standards aside from the banking system the Federal Reserve
    has another responsibility that’s probably even more important it’s in
    charge of something called monetary policy basically it means trying to keep
    prices stable to avoid inflation say you buy a CD today for $14 but what if next
    year the price of the CD jumped to $20 or $50 not because of a change in supply
    or demand but because all prices were going up that’s inflation there are a
    lot of different causes of inflation but one of the most important is too much
    money the Fed can adjust the money supply by injecting money into the
    system electronically or by withdrawing money from the economy think of it the
    Federal Reserve has the ability to create money and make it disappear
    what’s most important is what happens as a result anytime the supply of money is
    altered the effects are felt throughout the economy
    the feds methods have changed over time to take advantage of the latest
    computers and electronics but its mission remains the same to aim for
    stable prices full employment and a growing economy
    100 years ago in 1913 the Fed was created and we’ve marked it with a
    vertical line their consumer prices now are about 30 times higher than they were
    when the Fed was created in 1913 paper money too is the responsibility of the
    Federal Reserve hence the dollars in circulation are not Treasury notes not
    Bills of credit but Federal Reserve notes debt-based notes backed up
    ultimately by the government’s own promise to pay its sovereign bonds
    backed up by the taxpayers themselves at one time the Federal Reserve Banks were
    legally required to keep large stockpiles of gold in reserve to back up
    these notes but that requirement was abandoned and today the notes are backed
    up mostly by government securities the Fed no longer keeps any actual gold on
    its books but gold certificates issued by the Treasury and valued not at the
    spot price of $1300 per troy ounce but an arbitrarily fixed statutory price of
    42 and 2/9 dollars per ounce let’s do one question during the crisis
    or any time that you’re aware of has the Federal Reserve or Treasury participated
    in any gold swaps arrangements we don’t the Federal Reserve does not own any
    gold at all we have not owned gold since 1934
    so we have not engaged in any gold swaps but it appears on your balance sheet
    that you hold gold what appears on our balance sheet is gold certificates when
    we turn to in in before 1934 we did the Federal Reserve did own gold we turned
    that over by by law to the Treasury and received in return for that gold
    certificate if if the Treasury entered into because under the exchange
    Stabilization Fund I would assume they probably have the the legal authority to
    do it they wouldn’t be able to do it then because you have the securities for
    essentially all the gold no we have no other interest in the gold that is owned
    by the Treasury we have simply an accounting document that is called gold
    certificates that represents the value at a statutory rate and still that we
    gave to the Treasury in 1913 still measured at 40
    two dollars an ounce which makes no sense whatsoever clearly there is a
    discrepancy between what we are led to believe is motivating the Fed and what
    it actually does to understand what the Fed is actually intended to do its first
    important to understand that the Federal Reserve is not a bank per se but a
    system this system codifies institutionalizes overseas and
    undergirds a form of banking called fractional reserve banking in which
    banks are allowed to lend out more money than they actually have in their vaults
    of the whole process starts the process of decay and corruption starts with
    something called fractional reserve banking that’s the technical name for it
    and what that really means is that as the banking institution developed over
    several centuries starting of course in Europe it developed the practice of
    legalizing a certain dishonest accounting procedure in other words in
    the very very beginning if you want to go all the way back people would bring
    their gold or silver to the banks for safekeeping and they say give us a paper
    receipt and we don’t want to guard our silver and our goal because you know
    people could come in in the middle of the night and they could kill us or tie
    us up and and threaten us enough to get our gold and silver so we can’t really
    guard it we’ll take it to the bank and have them guarded and we just want to
    paper receipts so that we can take the receipt back and get our gold any time
    we want and so in the beginning and you know money was receipt money they could
    then instead of changing or exchanging the gold coins they could exchange the
    receipts and people would expect accept the receipts just as well as the gold
    knowing they could get the gold and so these paper receipts being circulated
    were in essence the very first examples of paper money well the banks learned
    early on that game that here they were sitting on this pile of gold and all
    these paper receipts out there people weren’t bringing the receipts in anymore
    very few of them maybe maybe 5% maybe 7% of the people would bring in their paper
    receipts and ask for the gold so they said haha why don’t we just sort of
    give more receipts out than we have gold they’ll never know because they never we
    only are asked at the best seven percent of it so we can we can create more
    receipts for gold and we have and and we can collect interest on that because we
    loan that into the economy we’ll charge interest on this money that we don’t
    really have and it’s a pretty good gimmick don’t you think well yeah of
    course and so that’s how fractional reserve banking started and now it’s
    institutionalized and they teach it in school they never no one ever questions
    the integrity of it or the ethics of it they say well that’s the way banking
    works and isn’t it wonderful that we now have this flexible currency and we have
    prosperity and all that sort of thing so it all starts with this concept of
    fractional reserve banking the trouble is with that as it works most of the
    time but every once in a while these there are a few ripples that come along
    that are a little bit bigger than the other ripples and maybe one of them is a
    wave and more than seven percent will come in and ask for their goal maybe
    twenty percent will come in or thirty percent and will now the banks are
    embarrassed because the the fraud is exposed they said what we don’t we don’t
    have your goal what do you mean you don’t have my gold I gave it to you and
    put it on deposit and you said you’d safe carded well we don’t have it we
    loaned it out so then the word gets out and everybody and their uncle comes and
    lines up for their gold and of course they don’t have it the banks are closed
    their bank holidays and people the banks are embarrassed they go out of business
    people lose their savings and you have these these terrible banking crashes
    that were ricocheting all around the world prior to this time and that is
    what that’s what caused the concern one of the things that caused the concern of
    the American people they didn’t want that anymore they wanted to put a stop
    to that and that was the whole purpose supposedly of the Federal Reserve System
    there’s to put a stop to that but since the people who designed the plan to put
    a stop to it where they’re very ones who were doing it in the first place
    you can not be surprised that their solution was not a very good one insofar
    as the American people were concerned their solution was to expand it not to
    control it but to expand it see a prior to that time this little game of
    fractional reserve banking was localized at the state level each state was doing
    its own little fractional reserve banking system each state in essence had
    its own Federal Reserve central banks were authorized by state law to do this
    sort of thing and that was causing all this problem and so the Federal Reserve
    came along and said well no no we’re not gonna do this at the state level anymore
    because look at all the problem it’s causing we’re gonna consolidate it all
    together and we’re gonna do it at the national level the key to this system of
    course is who controls this incredible power to regulate the economy by setting
    reserve requirements and targeting interest rates the answer to this
    question too has been deliberately obscured the Federal Reserve System is a
    deliberately confusing mishmash of public and private interests Reserve
    Bank’s boards and committees centralized in Washington and spread out across the
    United States so you have the Federal Reserve Board in Washington appointed by
    the presidents that’s the only part of this system that is directly dependent
    upon the government for input that’s the Federal part that the government the
    president specifically gets to choose a few select governors the 12 regional
    banks the most influential of which is the Federal Reserve Bank of New York
    essentially based in Wall Street to represent Wall Street is a
    representative of the major wall street banks who own shares in the private not
    federal but private Federal Reserve Bank of New York all the other regional banks
    are also private banks they vary according to how much influence they
    wield but the Kansas City Fed is influential the st. Louis Fed the Dallas
    Fed but the the New York Fed is they’re really the center of this system
    and precisely because it represents the Wall Street banks who appoints the
    leadership of the New York feds so the New York Fed has a lot of public of
    power but no public accountability it has no oversight it does not answer to
    Congress the way that the chairman of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors
    does and even then the chairman of the Fed of the Federal Reserve Board who is
    appointed by the President does not answer to the president he does not
    answer to Congress he goes to Congress to testify but the policy that they said
    is independent so they they have no input from the government the government
    can’t tell them what to do legally speaking and of course they don’t do you
    think it would cause problems for the Fed or for the economy if that
    legislation was to pass my concern about the legislation is that if the GAO is
    auditing not only the operational aspects of our programs and the details
    of the programs but is making judgments about our policy decisions that would
    effectively be a takeover of monetary policy by the Congress a repudiation of
    the independence of the Federal Reserve which would be highly destructive to the
    stability of the financial system the dollar and our national economic
    situation the Federal Open Market Committee is responsible for setting
    interest rates now this committee which is enormous ly powerful it has as its
    membership the governor and vice chair of the Federal Reserve Board by the
    Federal Open Market Committee most of the membership is the presidents of the
    Regional Federal Reserve Banks representing private interests so they
    they have significant input into setting the interest rates interest rates are
    not set by a public body they’re set by private financial and corporate
    interests and that’s whose interests they serve of course the reason that the
    Federal Reserve goes to such great lengths to make its organizational
    structure as confusing as possible is to cover up the massive conflicts of
    interests that are at the heart of the system the fact is that the Federal
    Reserve System is comprised of a Board of Governors twelve regional banks
    and an open market committee the privately-owned member banks of each
    Federal Reserve Bank vote on the majority of the Reserve Bank’s directors
    and the directors vote on members to serve on the Federal Open Market
    Committee which determines monetary policy what’s more Wall Street has given
    a prime seat at the table with tradition holding that the president of the
    powerful New York Federal Reserve Bank be given the vice chairmanship of the
    FOMC and be made a permanent committee member in effect the private banks are
    the key determinants in the composition of the FOMC which regulates the entire
    economy according to the Fed its monetary policy decisions do not have to
    be approved by the President or anyone else in the executive or legislative
    branches of government it does not receive funding appropriated by the
    Congress and the terms of the members of the Board of Governors spend multiple
    presidential and congressional terms or in the words of Alan Greenspan what is
    the proper relationship what should be the proper relationship between the
    chairman of the Fed and a President of the United States well first of all the
    Federal Reserve is an independent agency and that means basically that there is
    no other agency of government which can overrule actions that we take the Fed
    goes on in its self mythologize ation to state that it is not a private
    profit-making institution this characterization is dishonest at best
    and an outright lie at worst the regional banks are themselves private
    corporations as noted in the 1928 Supreme Court ruling instrumentalities
    like the national banks or the Federal Reserve Banks in which there are private
    interests are not departments of the government they are private corporations
    in which the government has an interest this point is even admitted by the
    Federal Reserve’s own senior counsel we are regulations do specify overall terms
    for the the lending but the day-to-day operation of the banking activities are
    conducted by the Federal Reserve banks they are banks and indeed they do lend
    their own agency they’re not agencies your honor they’re persons under FOIA
    each Federal Reserve Bank at the stock is owned by the member banks in the
    district 100% privately a healthier private
    boards of directors majority of those sports are appointed by the independent
    banks private banks in the district they are not agencies these private
    corporations issue shares that are held by the member banks that make up the
    system making the banks the ultimate owners of the Federal Reserve Banks
    although the feds profits are returned to the Treasury each year the member
    banks shares of the Fed do earn them a 6% dividend
    according to the Fed the fixed nature of these returns means that they are not
    being held for profit despite the dishonest nature of this description
    however it is important to understand that the bankers who will in the Federal
    Reserve indeed do not make their money from the Fed directly instead the
    benefits are much less obvious and much more insidious the simplest way that
    this can be understood is that as a century of history and the specific
    example of the last financial crisis shows the Fed was used as a vehicle to
    bail out the very bankers who owned the Fed banks in the most obvious example of
    fascistic collusion imaginable a handful of financial institutions have enriched
    themselves as a result of institutional speculation on a large scale as well as
    manipulation of the market and secondly what they have done is that they have
    then gone to the to their governments and said well we are now in a very
    difficult situation and you need to lend us you need to give us money so that we
    can retain the the stability of the financial system and who actually lends
    the money or brokers the public debt the same financial institutions which are
    the recipients of the of the bailout okay and so what you have is a secular
    process it’s a it’s a diabolical process you’re lending money you’re not you’re
    not lending money you’re handing money to the to the large
    financial institutions and and then this is leading up to a mounting public debt
    in the trillions okay and then you say to the to the to the financial
    institutions we need to establish a new set of of Treasury bills and government
    bonds etc which of course are sold to the public but they are always broken
    through the financial institutions which establish their viability and so on so
    forth and the financial institutions will will
    will probably buy part of this public debt so that in effect what the
    government is doing is financing its own indebtedness through the bailouts it in
    hands money to the banks but to have to hand the money to the data to the banks
    it becomes indebted to those same financial institutions and then it says
    well we now have to emit large amounts of public debt please can you help us
    and then the banks will say well you your your books are not quite in order
    and then the government will say well obviously they’re not in order because
    we’ve just we’ve just handed you 1.4 trillion dollars of bailout money and
    we’re now in a very difficult situation so we need to borrow money from from the
    people who are in fact the recipients of the bailout so this is really what we’re
    dealing with we’re dealing with a circular process the 2008 crisis and subsequent bailouts
    are merely the latest and most brazen examples of the fundamental conflicts of
    interest at the heart of America’s privately-owned central banking system
    beginning with the collapse of Lehman Brothers in September of that year the
    Federal Reserve embarked on an unprecedented program of bailouts and
    special zero interest lending facilities for the very banks that had caused the
    subprime meltdown in the first place by the cartel is a ssin of the Federal
    Reserve structure and thus not by accident it was the very bank presidents
    who had overseen their banks lending practices that ended up in the director
    positions of the Federal Reserve banks that voted on where to direct the
    trillions of dollars in bailout money and unsurprisingly
    they directed it toward their own banks a stunning 2011 Government
    Accountability Office report examined 16 trillion dollars of bailout facilities
    extended by the Fed in the wake of the crisis and exposed numerous examples of
    blatant conflicts of interest Jeffrey Immelt chief executive of General
    Electric served as a director on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of New
    York at the same time the Fed provided 16 billion dollars in financing to
    General Electric JP Morgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon meanwhile was also
    a member of the board of the New York Fed during the period that saw 391
    billion dollars in federal and incorrectly – his own Bank in all
    Federal Reserve Board members were tied to four trillion dollars in loans to
    their own banks these funds were not simply used to keep these banks afloat
    but actually to return these fed connected banks to a period of record
    profits in the same period that the average worker saw their real wages
    actually decrease and the economy on Main Street slowed to a standstill
    Ben Bernanke at that time the chairman of the Federal Reserve Board of
    Governors was confronted about these conflicts of interest by senator Bernie
    Sanders upon the release of the GAO report in June 2012 senator D raised an
    important point which is that this is not something the Federal Reserve
    created this is this is in the statute this Congress in the Federal Reserve Act
    said this is the governance of the Federal Reserve
    and more specifically that bankers would be on the board and six out of nine
    sorry six out of nine in the regional banks are come free from the banking in
    that’s correct that and that is in the law and right I’ll answer your question
    though my answer what your question is that Congress set this up we have tried
    I think we’ve made it something useful and valuable we do get information from
    it but if Congress wants to change it you know of course we will work with you
    to to find alternatives Bernanke is completely right these conflicts are in
    fact a part of the institution itself a structural feature of the Federal
    Reserve that was baked into the Federal Reserve Act itself over 100 years ago by
    the bankers who conspired to Carta lies the nation’s money supply you could not
    ask for a more succinct reason why the Federal Reserve itself this admitted
    cartel of banking interests needs to be abolished but you could get one we now know that for centuries the
    people of the United States have been at war with the international banking
    oligarchs that war was lost seemingly for good in 1913 with the creation of
    the Federal Reserve with the passage of the Federal Reserve Act President
    Woodrow Wilson could sign the American population to a century in which the
    money supply itself has depended on the whims of the banking cabal a century of
    booms and busts bubbles and depressions has led to a wholesale redistribution of
    wealth toward those at the very top of the system at the bottom the masses toil
    in relative poverty single income households becoming double income
    households out of necessity their quality of life being slowly eroded as
    the Federal Reserve notes that pass for dollars are themselves devalued worse
    yet the fraud itself perpetuates Alexander Hamilton’s persistent myth
    that a national debt is necessary at all the u.s. is now locked into a system
    whereby the government issues bonds to generate the funds for their operations
    bonds that are backed up by the taxation of the public’s own labor the
    perpetrators of this fraud meanwhile remain in the shadows largely ignored by
    a general public that could instantly recognize the latest Hollywood
    heartthrob or pop idol but have no clue what the head of Goldman Sachs or the
    New York Fed does let alone who they are this cabal bear allegiance to no
    nationality no philosophy or Creed no code of ethics they are not even
    motivated by greed but power the power that the control of the money supply
    inevitably brings with it after a person has all the money in the world that you
    could possibly use to buy anything you want what’s left to capture your
    imagination and the answer of course is power power over people the money is
    power over people but there’s another power over people as well and that is
    the the political power the social power and I think this has now become the
    dominant driving force of these people they’ve already got the money they got
    it locked down now they’re striving for this new world order as
    there’s their name for it they want all of the world and into one political unit
    which they dominate not only with money but with military and psychological
    means and education and median propaganda they want total control over
    every human on the planet and by golly they’re moving pretty rapidly in that
    direction it did not take long for this lust for power to rear its head in 1921
    just seven years after the Fed began operations the same JP Morgan connected
    banking elite that founded the Federal Reserve incorporated an organization
    called the Council on Foreign Relations with the goal of taking over the foreign
    policy apparatus of the United States including the State Department in this
    quest it was remarkably successful although there were only about 4,000
    members in the organization today its membership has included 21 secretaries
    of defense 18 Treasury secretaries 18 secretaries of state 16 CIA directors
    and many other high-ranking government officials military officers business
    elite and of course bankers the first director of the CFR was John W Davis JP
    Morgan’s personal lawyer and a millionaire in his own right together
    with its sister organizations in Britain and elsewhere around the world these
    groups would work together toward what they called a new world order
    of total financial and political control directed by the bankers themselves as
    carroll quigley noted Georgetown historian and mentor of Bill Clinton
    wrote in his 1966 work tragedy and hope a history of the world in our time the
    powers of financial capitalism had a far-reaching aim nothing less than to
    create a world system of financial control in private hands able to
    dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as
    a whole this system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central
    banks of the world acting in concert by secret agreements arrived at infrequent
    private meetings and conferences the apex of the system was to be the Bank
    for International Settlements in Basel Switzerland
    a private bank owned and controlled by the world central banks which
    were themselves private corporations this is why the bankers and their
    partners in government and business conspired to bring about the 2008 crisis
    not for the pursuit of money but power in the same way the bankers used the
    panic of 1907 to consolidate their control over the money supply they hope
    to use the 2008 crisis and subsequent panics which they themselves have
    created to consolidate their political control the International summit for the
    global financial crisis has been expanded from g7 to g20 because the
    leading in seven developed countries cannot solve the crisis alone this
    expanded meeting raises the question whether a new global financial system
    will be created so is this some sort of a new world order which which Gordon
    Brown kind of alluded to British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has described the
    quote unquote guiding principles to be addressed at the summit they are
    transparency sound banking responsibility integrity and get this
    global governance unquote I think the new world order is emerging and with it
    the foundations of a new and progressive era of international cooperation the
    inevitable conclusion one that flows necessarily from the true understanding
    of this situation is that the Federal Reserve System needs to be consigned to
    the dustbin of history after a century of enslavement it is time for the
    American public to finally throw off the bankers debt chains if there is ever a
    point in human history to start questioning alternatives this would be
    it and to think that where we are and simply say oh well this is the best of
    our options how many of the best options lead to self-destruction doesn’t sound
    like a best option I think that with a world of seven billion people we can
    probably come up with something better than a system in which a few thousand
    people benefit so much at the expense of everything else on this world and at the
    expense of the potential for the future of
    mankind they’re leveraging our future and so
    long as we accept this way of thinking so long as we accept these institutions
    as having dominance that’s the direction we’ll be going so I think reform is a
    good way to try and stall and to push back directly against the expanding and
    evolving power structures but a radical change is what’s really needed and that
    has to be built from the bottom up but I think that these two process can and
    should go together in parallel if you’ve made it this far congratulations you are
    now better informed on the economic history of the United States and the
    truth about the Federal Reserve than 99% of the population if you do nothing else
    than just working to get those around you educated on this information alone
    will have a profound effect once they learn of the scam many are motivated to
    do something about it and they in turn inform others this is the viral nature
    of suppressed truth and it is the reason that more people are aware of and
    energized by the issue of the Federal Reserve and the nature of money than
    ever before perhaps even more amazingly this movement is spreading to other
    parts of the globe recognizing the interlocking nature of the modern global
    economy and the International nature of the banking oligarchy movements to
    abolish the Federal Reserve have sprung up in Europe where protests against the
    cart alized central banking system are taking place in over 100 cities
    attracting 20,000 people on a weekly basis I started this movement because I
    realized that the Federal Reserve Act in my opinion is one of the most worst
    losses in the whole world so a private banking company is lending America the
    money and in my opinion America is not any more democratic the Federal Reserve
    tells the government what to do and that’s a problem it’s a very big problem
    especially in the u.s. why is it a global issue and why are people doing it
    here in Germany because when you real is that this finance system it’s a
    global system you have to go to the really beginning of the system and then
    my opinion it’s also the World Bank and the International Fung of currencies and
    stuff like this but at the beginning of all this it’s a law from 1913 Woodrow
    Wilson signed it and this is the beginning of all this hardcore
    capitalism we are suffering right now from and the only way to stop this is
    maybe to break this law but what if the burgeoning movement to end the Fed is
    successful what system do people propose as the answer there have been several
    proposals along different lines by various researchers some argue for a
    return to America’s colonial roots of debt-free money issued by state-run
    banks pointing to the Bank of North Dakota as one already functioning
    successful model of this approach we’ve had to – banking systems ever since the
    1860s with the the state bank system and the federal bank system and the federal
    bank system are the big Wall Street banks particularly they dominate the
    federal system so they’re taking over right now I mean in California I don’t
    we don’t even have any local banks where I am they’re there now we had to and I
    had accounts in both of them and they’re now one of them is Chase Bank and the
    other is US banks so they’re both big Wall Street banks now they’ve been taken
    over so if you can keep its the local banks that have an interest in serving
    the local business the big banks have no interest in making loans to local
    business it’s too risky why should they bother they’ve got this virtually free
    money they can get from the Fed and from each other and it’s much more lucrative
    to them either to speculate in commodities or other things abroad or
    what’s what works very well for them is to buy long-term government bonds at 3%
    because these have no capital requirement the capital requirement for
    government bonds are zero so they can buy all of those that they want whereas
    if they if they buy let’s say mortgages or if they make I mean if they make
    loans for mortgages or they make loans to businesses then they have to worry
    about the capital requirement and as soon as they’ve
    used up all their capital in other words you know eight dollars of capital I’ll
    get you a hundred dollars of loans then they can’t make any more loans they have
    to wait for 30 years to those loans get paid off so what they do if they do buy
    mortgages is sell them off to to investors and so that’s that’s what’s
    the whole mortgage-backed security scam that that we’ve seen I mean they had no
    motivation to make sure that these borrowers were actually sound borrowers
    they just wanted to make a sale so they sold the stuff to the unwary investors
    who might be somebody in Iceland or Sweden or yeah or pension funds yeah so
    that didn’t work out so well so so a state bank with the partnering with the
    local banks can provide the capital can help them with capital of the in North
    Dakota the state bank guarantees the loans of the local banks allowing them
    to make much bigger loans than they could otherwise and they provide the
    state bank provides liquidity to the small banks that’s why the small banks
    the local banks aren’t making loans to small business right now because they
    don’t they aren’t they don’t know that they can get money from the other banks
    as needed the way banking works is they make a loan first I mean if you have
    credit lines to abut many different businesses and if they all hit up their
    credit lines at once you’re gonna run out of money so you don’t dare do that
    unless you know that you can get short-term loans from the other banks
    and what’s happening right now even though there’s 1.6 trillion in excess
    reserves sitting on the books of the big big banks they’re not available to the
    little banks and the reason is because the Fed is paying 0.25 percent interest
    on those reserves so the banks have no no incentive to lend them to the little
    banks why let go of them when you can make just as much keeping them and then
    you still have your reserves and you can use them as collateral to buy bonds or
    something that’ll make you more money so the whole system is messed up and in
    North Dakota this the Bank of North Dakota provides
    liquidity for these local banks others advocate a decentralized system of
    alternative and competing currencies that greatly reduce were even eliminate
    altogether the need for a central bank 22 years ago in Ithaca New York I
    noticed a lot of people friends particularly had skills and time that
    were not being employed or respected by the prevailing economy and while we had
    much desire to create things and trade them with each other and many services
    we could provide to each other we didn’t have the money so since I have a
    background in graphic design journalism and arrogance
    I went to my computer and design paper money for if they can they are design
    pretty colorful money with pictures of children waterfalls and trolley cars and
    denominated in hours of labor one hour note half hour quarter eighth
    hour note to our notes and then began to issue to each of the Pioneer traders
    would agreed to be listing the directory a specific starter amount and the game
    began an hour was worth has been worth an hour of basically or 10 US dollars
    which at that time 20 years ago was double the minimum wage people who
    usually expect more than $10 per hour of their service can charge multiple hours
    per hour but the denomination puts between us as residents of our community
    that reminder that we are fellow citizens not merely winners or losers
    scrambling for dollars and it introduces us to each other on the basis of these
    skills and services that we have that we are more proud to provide for each other
    than often it’s the case with a conventional job just the stuff we have
    to do to get the money to pay the bills so through that trading process a more
    intimate scale process on within the community who are more easily able to
    become friends and lovers and political allies it’s an inspiring story and and
    and tell people about the how much how much money has circulated through this
    community I mean it’s important for people to understand just how successful
    this has been because we are not a computer system we don’t have a specific
    volume of trading recorded but by the grapevine by phone surveys and over the
    years watching the money move we were able to guess very reliably at several
    million dollars equivalent of this money has transacted over those years making
    loans without charging interest up to thirty thousand dollars value which is
    the fundamental monetary revolution in our system then as well making grants of
    the money to over a hundred community organizations some argue for currencies
    whose mathematical nature prevent them from being merely conjured into
    existence whenever a federal government wants to wage another war of aggression
    or forge another link in the seemingly endless train of governmental tyranny
    and abuse what people have to understand about Bitcoin is that it’s a completely
    decentralized network there’s no central server there’s no controlling company
    there’s no office it’s just free software that anyone can download and
    start running on their computer anywhere in the world and that the bitcoins
    themselves can be transferred to or from anyone anywhere in the world and it’s
    impossible for any bank or government or entity to block you from sending or
    receiving those bitcoins there’s a limited supply of those bitcoins that
    will never ever ever be more than 21 million bitcoins and so because like
    everything the price is set based on supply and demand
    because the supply of bitcoins is limited and the demand is increasing as
    more and more people start to use them and more and more websites start to
    accept them the price of bitcoins in terms of dollars is going to have to
    increase even a lot more than the five hundred dollars per Bitcoin that it is
    today are there any drawbacks at all to the
    idea of using the cryptocurrency if you’re part of the the current power
    elite that can just print money at will to spend on whatever you feel like then
    yeah the world switching over to Bitcoin is probably not going to benefit you but
    if you’re one of the normal people that aren’t working for you know the Federal
    Reserve or any central bank that’s printing money to pay to your friends
    and that sort of thing then a Bitcoin world is a wonderful thing for you sound
    money crypto currencies state banks lets programs self issued credit these and
    many other solutions have all been proposed and many of them are in use in
    different localities today information on all of these ideas and how they are
    being applied in various parts of the world are widely available online the
    point is that the question of what money is and how it should be created is
    perhaps the single greatest question facing humanity as a whole and yet it is
    one that has been almost completely eliminated from the national
    conversation until recently paper and so the rest of the story is now in
    our hands once we understand the scam that has
    taken place the gradual consolidation of wealth and power in the hands of an
    elite few banking oligarchs and the growing impoverishment of the masses all
    in the name of banking funny money created out of nothing and loaned to the
    public at interest we can choose to get active or to do nothing at all for those
    who choose to get active there are some steps that you can take to help change
    the course of the system first follow the links and resources from the
    transcript of this documentary at corbettreport.com slash Federal Reserve
    to familiarize yourself with the history the connections and the functions of the
    Federal Reserve System if you can’t explain this material to
    yourself then you will never be able to teach it to others secondly begin
    reaching out to others to bring them up to speed on the issue it can be as
    simple as broaching this conversation in the Monday morning water cooler talk or
    passing out a copy of this documentary or sending out links to this information
    to your email list insert this topic into your conversations when people
    start talking about the national debt or the state of the economy or other
    political talking points get them to question the roots of these issues and
    why there is a national debt at all thirdly when you are able to find or
    create a group of like-minded people in your area who are engaged with the issue
    start a study group on the issue and its solutions the study group can help
    source alternative or complementary currencies in the local area or
    if none exists already the group can form the basis for a community of local
    businesses and customers who are willing to start experimenting with ways to wean
    themselves off of the Federal Reserve notes fourthly use the resources at
    corbettreport.com including the Federal Reserve information flyer or hold DVD
    screenings to attract interest in your group and draw others into studying the
    true nature of the monetary system the work of building up an alternative to
    the current system can seem daunting even at times overwhelming but it is
    important to keep in mind that the Federal Reserve System that seems so
    monolithic today has only been around for one century central banks have been
    defeated in America before and they can be defeated again the
    question of how we decide to change the system is not rhetorical it will either
    be answered by an informed engaged active population working together to
    create viable alternatives and to dismantle the current system or it will
    be answered by the same banking oligarchy that has been controlling the
    money supply and indeed the lifeblood of the country for generations now one
    century after the creation of the Federal Reserve System we have a choice
    to make whether the next century like the one before it will be a century of
    enslavement or transformed by the actions and choices that we make in the
    light of this knowledge a century of empowerment

    The Train Through Hairatan 🚄 |🇦🇫 NATO in Afghanistan
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    The Train Through Hairatan 🚄 |🇦🇫 NATO in Afghanistan

    January 9, 2020


    Bringing goods over land from far away, the
    train is a common sight in many Asian countries. But due to war, poverty and the fear of invasion
    the age of the railway passed Afghanistan by. Until today.
    A modest seventy-five kilometers of track is enough to connect the neighbouring country
    of Uzbekistan with Afghanistan, passing over the Soviet constructed “friendship bridge”
    on the river Amu and passing through the river port of Hairatan.
    Completed in less than a year in late 2010, the cargo line has been a team effort. Built
    by Uzbeks, funded by the Asian Development bank and facilitated by Afghans.
    “Ninety people, including the deputy of railway of Uzbekistan, who’s now the governor
    of Arqaam, came here and we provided them a base and security. We also cleared the area
    from mines. If we weren’t working hard on this we could have lost this huge achievement.”
    For a land-locked country like Afghanistan, a blossoming economy depends heavily on import
    and export, which relies for the main part on huge convoys of trucks going in and out
    of the country. As well as huge delays at customs stations, these convoys are also vulnerable
    to attack. As the carriages are sealed at origin, the
    train doesn’t need to be checked by customs, making it much quicker. Haji Najeeb is also
    proud of the security his town has provided to their new technology.
    “Discipline and security like we have here, you won’t find in 364 districts of Afghanistan.
    At night people’s doors are open; our businessmen come and go by night or day without any anxiety.
    They load, unload and transfer their goods.” The train’s terminus is the historic city
    of Mazar-e-Sharif, the capital of the border province of Balkh, but ambitions for Afghanistan’s
    railways stretch much further. After three years of training, Uzbekistan
    will hand over control to the newly created Afghan Railyway Department to preside over
    plans to extend the railway lines west through Herat to Iran and east through gate of Torkham
    to Pakistan. And although the train is strictly cargo-only
    for now, there have been a few passengers already. “Recently the chief of railways in Uzbekistan
    visited and I personally went with him in train until Mazar airport. The construction
    work in one hundred per cent finished without any problems. It’s ready for use, so now we’re
    just waiting for the Afghan authorities to open it officially.” And perhaps it’s not too hard to imagine that
    this new transcontinental cargo silk road will one day connect Afghanistan beyond its
    neighbours and to the rest of the world. This is Ruth Owen, in Afghanistan, for the
    NATO Channel.

    Articles

    Why advertisers are tracking your emojis ?

    November 18, 2019


    This is an ad for the 2018 Camry that Toyota
    published on Twitter. They also published this one. And this one. For this one campaign, Toyota released 83
    different versions of the same ad, and every version targeted different users — not based
    on their gender or their age, their political affiliation or their location. The ads targeted users’ emotional states through
    their emojis. A targeted ad is where a company shows their
    ads to only certain kinds of people, certain people who are more likely to buy their products
    or like their message. That’s why as someone who creates videos
    just like this one, I see ads for Adobe’s video-making products in my Facebook feed. But in 2016, Twitter began giving advertisers
    access to emoji data like who is posting what and when and which emojis are the most popular. That is totally unique compared to advertising
    before this. Emojis have an emotional context paired with
    them and that lets advertisers better gauge the feelings expressed in people’s tweets. With emoji targeting, every highly tailored
    ad would be triggered by the emojis a user would post, in real time. Tweet a pizza emoji and Domino’s would reply
    with a coupon. Tweet any emoji at Google and get a handy
    link for the top search results on their platform. Tweeted a heart eye emoji today? Well, Toyota might determine that you’re feeling
    positive and serve you this ad while you’re in that feel good mood. Some emojis are pretty obvious right. Smiley face, I’m happy. Frowny face, I’m sad. But you know there’s a bunch of emoji which
    are much more — the line’s much more fine between what that person is actually feeling
    or thinking at the time. For those emojis that express more ambiguous
    emotions, advertisers can use artificial intelligence to predict if an emotion is used in a positive
    negative or neutral context. Let’s look at Toyota again. In January of 2017, Donald Trump tweeted a
    major criticism of the company for planning to build a plant in Mexico. After that tweet was posted, the number of
    social media posts about the automaker spiked. But if you look at this chart, you can see
    how people felt about Toyota not just how much they talked about it. Right after Trump’s comments, the percent
    of negative posts spiked when compared to positive posts about the company. For an advertiser, knowing how people are
    feeling is immensely valuable, and they can target consumers with positive feelings and
    avoid those with more negative ones. Emojis are just one more tool for advertisers
    to assess people’s emotions. The idea is that if the advertisers are using
    it effectively going to see more relevant ads. But regardless of how relevant those ads are,
    the process is never going to be fully transparent. As a consumer it’s difficult if not almost
    impossible to tell what information a marketer is using to target you. Most advertisers argue that tracking the emojis
    you use is no different than tracking the keywords you use on Google, because you volunteered
    that information publicly. You shared that data freely with a free website
    that is ad supported, you should be able to understand that the same type of thing is
    going to happen on a social media platform. But consumer advocacy groups disagree. They argue that advertising to people
    based on a psychological profile of their emotions is intrusive. About half of Americans
    share a similar skepticism, many of whom aren’t confident that social media sites actually
    protect their data. And emojis are part of that data. For all the privacy concerns, emoji advertising
    is still in its infancy and though it only exists right now on Twitter, it wouldn’t be
    a far leap to see multiple platforms offer a similar service in the future. And in the best case, we may get ads that give
    you immediate and valuable information. Maybe you’ll post an eggplant emoji and Durex
    will send you a condom emoji with 10 percent off your next purchase. Or if you don’t like your emoji data being
    used, maybe you just don’t use emojis. Yeah, right.

    #OurMN: Metro Transit Electric Buses
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    #OurMN: Metro Transit Electric Buses

    November 13, 2019


    Choosing public transportation has a long list of benefits, and starting this summer in the Twin Cities, that list is growing,
    as Metro Transit adds environmentally friendly electric buses to its fleet. My name is Brian Funk, I’m the Deputy Chief
    Operating Officer for the Bus system at Metro Transit. So Metro Transit has acquired eight 60-Foot
    articulated electric buses. Funding for these buses was provided in part
    by our state tax dollars. The Electric Buses are propelled down the
    road by electric motors as opposed to internal combustion diesel engines. It makes sense from an environmental standpoint. We’re reducing our engine oil usage. We’ve put less into the environmental waste
    stream. We believe that there’s a potential for
    savings over the life of the bus. We won’t be performing some of the preventative
    maintenance activities like oil changes. Those Buses will be debuting on the C Line
    this summer. They’re going to be providing Bus Rapid
    Transit Service. Bus rapid transit provides faster than standard
    service along some of the metro’s busiest transit usage areas. It includes additional amenities to make trips
    more comfortable. We have stations that are more similar to
    Light Rail than your traditional bus stop. There’s overhead shelter, there’s heat,
    there’s light, there’s security cameras, there’s off-board fare payment. July will be 18 years for me as a driver at
    Metro Transit. We’re used to hearing the engine going. On this bus here, you don’t hear anything
    at all. And it’s a lot smoother. We know that these buses in particular are
    going to benefit areas that may not have always benefited from the first in technology. Our C-Line operates in Minneapolis through
    areas of concentrated poverty and so from a social and environmental justice perspective,
    this pilot program makes all the sense in the world. Following the initial C Line pilot program,
    Metro Transit plans to continue introducing e-buses. We’ll be purchasing nineteen 40-foot electric
    buses — sort of the traditional transit bus – to provide local service so we can see
    how electric buses perform in a little bit different operating environment. And then we have plans for 13 additional articulated
    electric buses that will provide service on the next Bus Rapid Transit line. We believe that’s the future of bus service
    for our busiest corridors in the metro area. I think it’s very important that the taxpayer
    would fund this because… zero emissions. We don’t have to worry about all the diesel
    fuel in the air. That’s a great reason right there. Now we always have a plan to replace aging
    vehicles. And that’s made up of both local and federal
    tax dollars that come together to be able to fund those purchases. We want to be industry leaders but we also
    want to be mindful that these funds are coming from taxpayers. And so, we’re doing it responsibly. We’re going to ensure that these vehicles
    are going to be first and foremost reliable for our customers. They’re going to be there every day, be
    able to provide a nice comfortable ride and that they can deliver the service we need
    them to.

    Storm & Light Rail Expansion & AZ Giving and Leading: Paper Clouds Apparel
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    Storm & Light Rail Expansion & AZ Giving and Leading: Paper Clouds Apparel

    October 15, 2019


    20:30:18:02>>>Coming up next on
    20:30:20:09 “Arizona Horizon,” a 20:30:21:11 monsoon update after
    20:30:22:12 damaging storms roll 20:30:23:11 through the valley.
    20:30:26:03>>>Also tonight, increasing 20:30:27:21 talk of major light rail
    20:30:28:20 expansion. 20:30:30:13>>>And the owner of a
    20:30:31:25 clothing company is giving 20:30:32:27 more than the shirt off his
    20:30:33:25 back to help those with 20:30:34:27 special needs.
    20:30:36:04>>>Those stories next on 20:30:36:26 “Arizona Horizon.”
    20:30:39:06>>”Arizona Horizon” is made 20:30:40:12 possible by contributions from
    20:30:41:22 the friends of eight, members 20:30:42:27 of your Arizona PBS station.
    20:30:44:23 Thank you. 20:30:48:21>>>Good evening and welcome
    20:30:49:22 to “Arizona Horizon.” 20:30:50:23 I’m Ted Simons.
    20:30:52:01 Heavy rains hit the valley 20:30:53:08 last night resulting in
    20:30:54:09 flooding, downed trees, and 20:30:56:00 over a dozen water rescues
    20:30:57:21 of stranded motorists. 20:30:58:28 Joining us now is Nancy
    20:31:00:00 selover, the state 20:31:01:08 climatologist, and a resident
    20:31:03:00 of an area near south mountain 20:31:04:25 that was hit especially hard.
    20:31:05:21 Good to have you here. 20:31:07:15 Thanks for joining us.
    20:31:08:17>>Thank you. 20:31:09:01>>What did you see�– you’re
    20:31:10:18 by south mountain, correct? 20:31:12:09>>Yes.
    20:31:12:22>>What did you see last night? 20:31:14:02>>We had an extreme rainfall
    20:31:16:15 event that was tropical 20:31:17:28 moisture.
    20:31:19:01 We had some dynamics, very 20:31:21:24 unstable atmosphere and
    20:31:25:02 everything came together to 20:31:26:00 squeeze that water out.
    20:31:26:27 We had 3.37 inches at my house 20:31:30:12 in 100 minutes.
    20:31:32:08>>What is 3.37�– 3�1/3 in a
    20:31:36:04 little over an hour and a half? 20:31:37:23>>Yes.
    20:31:38:06>>I was going to ask if this 20:31:39:12 is typical.
    20:31:40:13 That doesn’t sound typical. 20:31:41:28>>No, that is not typical.
    20:31:44:15>>What happened here? 20:31:46:15>>Incredible amount of
    20:31:47:12 moisture that had come up from 20:31:49:11 Mexico, tropical moisture.
    20:31:51:01 We saw low cloud levels, and it 20:31:53:12 didn’t take much to raise that
    20:31:54:15 up and get that�– get those 20:31:56:10 rain events to start happening.
    20:31:57:26 And it just sat over south 20:32:02:10 mountain for a period of time.
    20:32:06:02 Graphic lifting, surface 20:32:07:23 heating, some dynamics, what we
    20:32:09:22 call an inverted trough, low 20:32:12:05 pressure system and additional
    20:32:16:07 positive�– spinning. 20:32:20:03>>It seemed like it parked
    20:32:21:27 over south mountain. 20:32:22:26 It came from Mexico.
    20:32:23:27 Could you see it building? 20:32:25:03 Was it waxing and waning?
    20:32:27:11>>The weather service knew the 20:32:29:17 moisture was up there.
    20:32:30:10 The storms themselves, single 20:32:31:27 storm doesn’t form down in
    20:32:33:02 Mexico and typically continue 20:32:34:13 just as one storm.
    20:32:35:09 It is just a continual 20:32:37:16 reformation of a storm cell.
    20:32:39:23 One dies out and the next one 20:32:41:09 forms.
    20:32:42:04>>It forms in Mexico, moves up 20:32:43:22 here in various forms.
    20:32:44:19 This one parked over south 20:32:45:27 mountain and went nuts on your
    20:32:47:04 house in that area out there 20:32:49:05 where they stranded motorists
    20:32:51:22 and everything. 20:32:52:22 Where does a system like this
    20:32:54:05 go? 20:32:54:18 How far north does it go?
    20:32:56:03>>This one didn’t go too 20:32:57:17 terribly far past south
    20:32:58:29 mountain and kind of fell 20:33:00:16 apart.
    20:33:01:01 There was a little 20:33:02:09 redevelopment, later in the
    20:33:05:06 day, formation over the west 20:33:06:21 valley as it went north but it
    20:33:08:20 dumped its load on south 20:33:10:15 mountain.
    20:33:10:25 There wasn’t enough moisture 20:33:12:13 left after that to really
    20:33:14:14 provide too much rainfall. 20:33:16:27>>Monsoon, storms in general,
    20:33:19:02 it seems like they bounce off 20:33:20:27 the rim and come back.
    20:33:22:15 Or go straight up. 20:33:23:12 They don’t go to Canada.
    20:33:24:27 How far north do they go? 20:33:26:17>>Monsoon moisture typically
    20:33:27:28 goes into northern Arizona. 20:33:30:00 If we get a storm or a system
    20:33:33:16 that moves up the Colorado 20:33:35:00 river, lower Colorado river
    20:33:36:20 valley, it will go up through 20:33:38:05 into Las Vegas and it will dump
    20:33:39:26 a bunch of precipitation on 20:33:41:15 them up there and it doesn’t
    20:33:42:27 usually�– moisture doesn’t 20:33:44:05 usually go much further north
    20:33:45:11 than that. 20:33:46:00>>So, obviously, this was�–
    20:33:47:23 you said�– what happened on 20:33:49:00 south mountain could
    20:33:51:06 legitimately be described as a 20:33:52:20 once in a thousand year event.
    20:33:54:12>>Yes, based on the annual 20:33:55:26 return interval from the NOAA
    20:33:58:19 atLAS 14 precipitation 20:34:03:01 frequency tables, yes.
    20:34:04:12>>The fact that it parked on 20:34:05:27 the mountain, not necessarily
    20:34:07:18 the amount of moisture in the 20:34:08:22 storm but that it stopped there
    20:34:10:02 and dumped. 20:34:11:06>>Tables calculated based on
    20:34:12:20 how long a time it rains and 20:34:14:01 how much rain falls in that
    20:34:16:00 time. 20:34:16:08 If you had two inches in 10
    20:34:18:12 minutes, that would be a very, 20:34:20:01 very significant event.
    20:34:21:15 Something that you would not 20:34:22:24 anticipate happening
    20:34:23:21 frequently. 20:34:24:21 In this case, we had a 200-year
    20:34:27:16 event, if I looked at 10 minute 20:34:30:06 precipitation, highest 10
    20:34:31:14 minute value. 20:34:32:12 Highest 50 minute value, and
    20:34:33:28 the highest 90 minute or two 20:34:36:03 hour value, we were at a
    20:34:37:18 thousand year event. 20:34:39:03>>Looking at washes, I think
    20:34:40:10 these were around your house 20:34:41:13 and the washes, something like
    20:34:43:00 this, will change the nature of 20:34:44:14 the landscape, won’t it?
    20:34:46:15>>It absolutely will. 20:34:47:24 When you get that�– very steep
    20:34:49:23 terrain up there. 20:34:50:12 When you get that water that
    20:34:51:21 falls that quickly, it doesn’t 20:34:53:12 infiltrate.
    20:34:53:21 It just runs off the surface 20:34:55:12 and as it moves, it gains power
    20:34:57:11 and steam and more and more 20:34:59:11 water comes down and it picks
    20:35:01:06 up and carries larger and 20:35:02:26 larger particles, and pretty
    20:35:05:02 soon gravel and rocks and then 20:35:06:11 it is ripping trees out and
    20:35:08:11 carrying limbs and bushes down. 20:35:09:29 When it gets to the end of the
    20:35:11:06 wash, for example, in our 20:35:13:02 neighborhood, we have culverts
    20:35:15:00 that go under the street to 20:35:16:19 drain the wash.
    20:35:17:24 Culverts about 3�1/2 foot in 20:35:19:18 diameter with a grading on
    20:35:20:18 them. 20:35:20:27 The bottom part of the culvert
    20:35:22:21 got filled with mud and sand. 20:35:24:06 But then the top part was
    20:35:26:10 blocked when all of the bushes 20:35:27:26 and branches and things came
    20:35:29:10 down. 20:35:29:19 The water came up over the
    20:35:30:20 wash, out of the wash, over the 20:35:32:03 street, down on the other side
    20:35:33:09 of the street and started to 20:35:34:15 scour out the dirt over there.
    20:35:36:15>>So, the concept of cleaning 20:35:38:00 up after the storm, yeah, you
    20:35:39:13 have to clean up. 20:35:40:07 You also have to look at what
    20:35:41:20 has changed and start preparing 20:35:43:14 for the next storm.
    20:35:44:15>>Sure, sure. 20:35:45:04 We have to clean out the washes
    20:35:46:14 and get those things unblocked 20:35:47:27 so that the water stays where
    20:35:49:02 it is supposed to stay. 20:35:50:08>>The monsoon so far, other
    20:35:52:23 than this obviously, other than 20:35:54:21 that, Mrs.�Lincoln, how did
    you 20:35:58:15 like the play?
    20:35:59:24 Other than that, pretty 20:36:01:29 typical.
    20:36:02:20>>So far normal�– sky harbor, 20:36:04:26 this year, donut hole�– Tucson
    20:36:07:25 airport last year�– a lot of 20:36:09:14 rain in Tucson but not at the
    20:36:11:10 airport. 20:36:11:21 This year, the airport here has
    20:36:14:10 not yet had its rainfall. 20:36:16:23 I think it still will.
    20:36:19:00>>You think the monsoon has 20:36:21:03 some punch left in it.
    20:36:23:05>>Another four weeks. 20:36:24:02>>And that would be not so
    20:36:25:11 unusual. 20:36:25:26>>No.
    20:36:27:10>>Does it seem like in the old 20:36:29:14 days, east side, east valley,
    20:36:31:20 eastern parts would always get 20:36:32:24 the rain and you would feel
    20:36:34:00 sorry for the folks, almost 20:36:35:04 like in the west valley, they
    20:36:36:17 wouldn’t get the storms. 20:36:37:15 They wouldn’t get the rain.
    20:36:38:17 It seems like they’re getting a
    20:36:40:06 lot of storms these days. 20:36:42:28 Is that just me?
    20:36:43:24 What’s going on here? 20:36:45:08>>Partly depends on where that
    20:36:47:04 moisture and where the core of 20:36:48:15 the monsoon sets up in Mexico.
    20:36:50:13 If sometimes it is over to the 20:36:52:03 east side, so the southeastern
    20:36:54:03 part of Arizona gets that or 20:36:55:13 the storms go up through
    20:36:57:15 western Mexico, and some years 20:36:59:29 the central path is up the
    20:37:03:22 lower Colorado river. 20:37:05:10 And then sometimes just up
    20:37:06:24 through central Arizona. 20:37:07:28 So, where in Phoenix that
    20:37:12:00 splits, east valley, west 20:37:13:27 valley, it’s always hard to
    20:37:15:28 say. 20:37:16:05 It is not a pattern.
    20:37:17:06 It is not just creeping in one 20:37:18:16 direction.
    20:37:18:29>>We are not seeing 20:37:20:18 necessarily�–
    20:37:20:27>>A trend�– 20:37:21:21>>More people out there, and
    20:37:22:28 more people saying it is 20:37:24:04 raining out there.
    20:37:24:29>>They’re noticing it. 20:37:26:02>>EL Nino�– what is going
    on 20:37:31:20 this winter
    20:37:32:09>>Coming and going and on 20:37:34:03 again and off again.
    20:37:34:29 At the moment, it looks like it 20:37:36:25 will have something.
    20:37:37:18 Looking like it might be 20:37:38:26 moderate to weak, not
    20:37:40:07 necessarily strong, although 20:37:42:04 that keeps changing.
    20:37:43:06 It is hard to say. 20:37:44:08 If it is a moderate EL Nino,
    20:37:46:16 then we typically would get a 20:37:48:10 little more precipitation in
    20:37:49:14 the winter than we usually get. 20:37:51:08 And the past three winters have
    20:37:53:20 been consecutively dry. 20:37:56:15 We’re happy for anything.
    20:37:57:24>>Moderate EL Nino is a good 20:37:59:24 thing.
    20:37:59:27 What does that mean for the 20:38:02:11 mountains in Colorado?
    20:38:03:15>>It doesn’t make so much 20:38:05:04 difference.
    20:38:05:26 Colorado�– EL Nino, southern 20:38:08:13 tier states that provide us
    20:38:09:23 with more moisture than normal. 20:38:11:24 Colorado, northern California,
    20:38:12:27 they don’t usually get a huge 20:38:16:08 impact.
    20:38:16:23>>The Colorado river water, 20:38:18:11 the mountains, hard to tell
    20:38:19:27 though. 20:38:20:09>>The good news for us, last
    20:38:21:17 year it was our third 20:38:23:07 consecutive dry year in the
    20:38:24:09 state, but Colorado, Rockies 20:38:26:21 got a lot of precipitation,
    20:38:28:12 they had a lot of snow pack and 20:38:30:01 that helped bring�– up a
    20:38:33:20 little bit. 20:38:34:16 Not huge.
    20:38:35:07>>That is still a major 20:38:36:09 concern.
    20:38:39:01 Good to have you here. 20:38:40:06>>Thank you.
    20:38:47:09 MM 20:39:47:27>>>The city of Phoenix wants
    20:39:48:24 to triple light rail over the 20:39:49:24 next 30 years.
    20:39:50:27 The city has formed a 20:39:51:25 committee to look into light
    20:39:52:24 rail expansion along with 20:39:53:25 street and bus service
    20:39:54:28 improvements. 20:39:56:03 Here with more on the plans
    20:39:57:18 is Phoenix city councilwoman 20:39:58:17 Thelda Williams.
    20:39:59:09 Good to have you here. 20:40:00:09 Thanks for joining us.
    20:40:01:05>>Thank you, Tim. 20:40:02:17>>Citizens committee formed,
    20:40:03:21 again, the focus is on 20:40:05:18 expansion, light rail, bus
    20:40:06:28 service, street, how much 20:40:08:14 expansion are we talking here?
    20:40:10:11>>We’re hoping a lot. 20:40:12:17 Everywhere�– we’re hoping we
    20:40:14:23 come up with maybe a 30-year 20:40:16:10 plan that we could actually get
    20:40:17:17 the light rail not only to 20:40:19:03 Metro center in the north, west
    20:40:25:19 camel back, down central, and 20:40:29:04 ideally economy improves, we
    20:40:31:18 could get to paradise valley 20:40:33:20 mall.
    20:40:34:04>>I want to get some of the 20:40:35:06 lines in particular in a
    20:40:36:00 second. 20:40:36:12 Are those lines approved by
    20:40:37:25 anything or anyone or are those 20:40:39:20 just plans that have been�–
    20:40:42:04 somewhat in concrete? 20:40:43:14>>Well, actually, the Metro
    20:40:46:10 design is underway. 20:40:50:01 Camelback, going out around the
    20:40:52:07 capital, out camelback, that 20:40:54:24 one is on the books, ready to
    20:40:56:24 go. 20:40:57:12>>Okay.
    20:40:57:23 And south of down central is 20:41:00:17 just in the preliminary stages.
    20:41:03:08>>Let’s go to these. 20:41:04:16 We will start with the one
    20:41:05:18 going from Christown to Metro 20:41:09:16 center.
    20:41:10:00 There is the map there. 20:41:10:28 This would start in 2016 and
    20:41:12:16 end, what, in 2026, something 20:41:14:15 like that?
    20:41:15:09>>Well, that’s what it is on 20:41:17:13 the books for.
    20:41:18:09 I’m optimistic that it would be 20:41:20:12 much quicker than that.
    20:41:21:17>>Yeah, although I read 20:41:22:29 somewhere this may not start
    20:41:24:12 until 2023 until some of the 20:41:26:09 money starts to come in.
    20:41:27:06>>It depends on the funding, 20:41:29:00 and the fed funding.
    20:41:30:09>>Another one from downtown, 20:41:31:19 west out to the capital and
    20:41:33:17 then along I-10. 20:41:36:11 How far along�–
    20:41:37:08>>I think that is the 20:41:39:02 longer�–
    20:41:39:27>>It has changed already. 20:41:43:21>>I-10 didn’t work for many
    20:41:46:08 reasons. 20:41:46:18 It probably will go across
    20:41:48:10 camelback in some fashion. 20:41:49:26>>What we are looking at here
    20:41:51:08 may not be the end result. 20:41:52:18 How would it go straight north
    20:41:53:29 then? 20:41:54:12 How�– I don’t understand.
    20:41:55:17>>It kind of winds around to 20:41:57:09 get up north.
    20:41:58:15 That had so many problems, and 20:42:01:10 it was going to be so much more
    20:42:03:01 expensive that they had to 20:42:05:28 abandon that plan.
    20:42:06:24>>But it would still go out to 20:42:08:20 the capitol.
    20:42:09:12>>Around the capitol, north 20:42:10:17 and then west.
    20:42:11:12>>North of maybe 19th avenue 20:42:12:28 perhaps?
    20:42:14:24>>Yeah�– kind of winds. 20:42:16:22>>Okay.
    20:42:17:02 All right. 20:42:17:18 We will wait until it happens.
    20:42:18:29 Another one 19th avenue west to 20:42:20:19 maybe like Grand Canyon
    20:42:23:05 university and on out to 20:42:25:21 Glendale.
    20:42:26:09>>Right. 20:42:26:20>>That one has a good chance.
    20:42:28:01>>Oh, yes, absolutely. 20:42:29:27>>And another one would follow
    20:42:31:08 as you mention maybe state 20:42:32:26 route 51 up to paradise valley
    20:42:35:15 mall? 20:42:36:04>>Well, that’s a possibility.
    20:42:38:01 That alignment hasn’t been 20:42:39:21 studied yet.
    20:42:40:16 I’m very optimistic�– Dunlap 20:42:43:27 has�– go not only west to�–
    20:42:47:10>>I see. 20:42:48:13>>West Metro, but could go
    20:42:49:23 east�– 20:42:51:07>>Indeed.
    20:42:52:07>>And there is�– right of way
    20:42:53:25 there, we could get there. 20:42:55:19>>And last one you mentioned
    20:42:57:15 was downtown, south along 20:42:58:27 central to baseline.
    20:43:00:05 What is the deal with that one? 20:43:01:29>>That one is just beginning,
    20:43:04:19 under study. 20:43:05:13 It takes�– we have to go
    20:43:07:15 through all of the different 20:43:08:26 studies, environmental, set the
    20:43:10:13 routes and do all of the 20:43:11:25 analysis, and then cost figures
    20:43:13:17 before we can get approved. 20:43:16:08>>Let’s talk about some of the
    20:43:17:10 cost figures. 20:43:18:05 How much funding needed?
    20:43:19:08 Give us a ballpark figure here. 20:43:21:15>>We’re probably talking a
    20:43:22:18 billion. 20:43:23:01>>A billion.
    20:43:24:05>>We’ve spent $1.4 billion on 20:43:27:01 the 20 miles that we have
    20:43:28:27 constructed right now. 20:43:29:24>>And this would be�–
    20:43:31:08>>And this is more than that. 20:43:32:27>>Yeah.
    20:43:33:16 Where would the money come 20:43:34:23 from?
    20:43:35:15>>It’s�– hopefully we are 20:43:37:12 going to have to go out and get
    20:43:39:20 the tax renewed, optimistic 20:43:46:02 that the voters will approve
    20:43:47:12 that and we can use that money 20:43:48:27 and begin construction.
    20:43:50:14 But I think�– if we have 20:43:55:25 5-10th or 6-10th of a cent, we
    20:43:59:27 are able to not only do that�– 20:44:02:21 we can address the bus�– we
    20:44:06:05 have poor bus service, let’s 20:44:08:21 face it.
    20:44:09:09 We could provide resurfacing of 20:44:11:09 a lot of streets.
    20:44:12:16>>Current voter approved sales 20:44:14:02 tax ends in 2020.
    20:44:15:06 That is 4-10th of a percent on 20:44:17:06 the dollar.
    20:44:17:28 You are thinking maybe go to 20:44:19:25 the voters next year with 5 or
    20:44:21:21 6-10th of a percent? 20:44:24:19>>That’s what I’m hoping.
    20:44:26:12 What happened to us, the 20:44:27:25 economy, when it tanked,
    20:44:29:27 revenue didn’t come in. 20:44:30:25 And so what we expected to have
    20:44:32:13 built didn’t happen because of 20:44:34:00 that.
    20:44:34:15>>What if the voters say no? 20:44:36:14 Is there a plan B, C, D, or E?
    20:44:40:11>>Well, not yet. 20:44:43:29 The state transportation tax
    20:44:47:06 expires shortly after ours. 20:44:49:23 That would probably give us
    20:44:53:08 money to operate the current 20:44:54:29 system, but it couldn’t be�–
    20:44:56:10 we couldn’t be expanding. 20:44:58:18>>From what I saw, it sounds
    20:45:00:03 like only five miles could be 20:45:02:18 built in the next six years,
    20:45:04:12 before that�– the existing 20:45:06:18 tax�– five miles, that is not
    20:45:08:10 a heck of a lot. 20:45:09:12>>Nothing.
    20:45:09:27>>And good luck with bus and 20:45:11:01 street service.
    20:45:12:00>>Oh, absolutely. 20:45:13:00>>And there is a public�–
    20:45:15:24 $130 million shortfall, is that 20:45:18:17 what it is, public transit
    20:45:20:12 system program? 20:45:21:18>>Transit system�– transit
    20:45:23:13 doesn’t pay for itself. 20:45:25:06>>Yeah.
    20:45:25:21>>Cash-wise, it never will. 20:45:28:22 Was not designed to.
    20:45:30:10 The infrastructure is very 20:45:32:15 expensive.
    20:45:33:06 Operation is expensive. 20:45:34:15 But we have so many discounts
    20:45:36:23 on tickets, veterans, schools, 20:45:40:21 companies, different
    20:45:42:20 corporations buy at a different 20:45:44:11 rate.
    20:45:44:20 We discount so many tickets 20:45:46:27 because we want the ridership.
    20:45:49:06 EPA requires we keep the air 20:45:52:09 clean, keeps traffic off the
    20:45:53:28 street, and it makes a lot of 20:45:55:13 people in my district happy
    20:45:56:29 when you get the cars outs of 20:45:58:15 the way coming downtown.
    20:46:01:01 Advantages that we pay for when 20:46:02:05 we subsidize it.
    20:46:03:15>>And you do need to get some 20:46:05:00 committed funds, I think it is
    20:46:07:02 operating costs in order to get 20:46:08:09 the federal dollars.
    20:46:09:25 Federal money is not going to 20:46:11:02 come unless there is a plan in
    20:46:12:09 place. 20:46:13:06>>Exactly.
    20:46:13:23 Unless we have it in place 20:46:15:16 early.
    20:46:15:27 We can’t wait until 2018, 2019. 20:46:20:10 It’s too late.
    20:46:21:04 Because they program out their 20:46:22:24 funds.
    20:46:23:07 And we all know they have less 20:46:24:24 funds, more competitive.
    20:46:26:09 So, we have to have our package 20:46:28:10 ready.
    20:46:28:18 We have to get in there early 20:46:30:07 to be a legitimate candidate to
    20:46:33:15 receive federal money. 20:46:34:23>>And that is what this
    20:46:35:27 committee is designed to do. 20:46:37:07 Who is on this committee,
    20:46:38:23 anyway? 20:46:39:17>>We’re lucky it is�– we have
    20:46:43:00 former secretary of 20:46:48:14 transportation, and�– the
    20:46:53:12 cochairs, and then we have 20:46:54:28 people who are interested.
    20:46:56:08 We have transportation people 20:46:57:18 from other areas, and citizens
    20:47:00:12 from our districts. 20:47:01:28>>I was going to ask about a
    20:47:03:13 resident input. 20:47:04:06 What do you need there and how
    20:47:05:18 can folks just say, here, I 20:47:07:11 have an idea?
    20:47:08:10 A pothole in front of the 20:47:09:21 street.
    20:47:10:05 Let’s get it fixed. 20:47:11:11>>We get lots of calls every
    20:47:12:28 day. 20:47:13:11>>I bet you do.
    20:47:14:16>>Well, we are setting up a 20:47:16:01 web page.
    20:47:16:29 I think it is 20:47:17:19 talktransportation.com, if I
    20:47:21:12 recall right. 20:47:22:06>>I think it might be dot ORG.
    20:47:25:10>>Yeah�– and once we have a
    20:47:28:02 couple of meetings, going out 20:47:30:21 to the community for input and
    20:47:32:06 we welcome it. 20:47:35:01>>Want people involved.
    20:47:36:09>>I know when people do get 20:47:37:13 involved, you are going to hear
    20:47:38:26 a lot about bus service and you 20:47:40:15 are going to hear a lot about
    20:47:41:29 street improvement. 20:47:42:22 Is there anything in general
    20:47:44:00 that you are looking at right 20:47:46:21 now�– we hear a lot about
    20:47:48:10 light rail, but what about the 20:47:49:27 bus service and what about
    20:47:51:16 improving the streets? 20:47:52:25>>They’re essential.
    20:47:53:24 There are already recognized 20:47:55:19 over $500 million of street
    20:47:58:15 repairs we need. 20:47:59:15 $500 million.
    20:48:00:18 That’s a lot of money that we 20:48:02:01 don’t have.
    20:48:02:25 It is only going to get worse. 20:48:04:23 Everything from your
    20:48:05:24 residential streets, but when 20:48:07:09 you stop and think it’s not
    20:48:10:04 just the arterials, the main 20:48:12:00 streets, but all of them and we
    20:48:13:16 have over 5,000 miles of 20:48:15:05 streets in the city of Phoenix
    20:48:16:25 that should be on a 20-year 20:48:18:27 maintenance schedule that are
    20:48:21:00 40 some maintenance schedule. 20:48:22:27 No wonder they’re falling
    20:48:24:10 apart. 20:48:24:27>>We will see what the
    20:48:25:22 committee comes up with and the 20:48:27:13 input you get from residents.
    20:48:28:29 Good to have you here. 20:48:29:26 Thank you so much.
    20:48:31:06>>Thank you for having me. 20:48:40:07>>>Tonight’s edition of
    20:48:41:09 Arizona giving and leading 20:48:42:10 looks at a Phoenix man who’s
    20:48:43:12 found a unique way to raise 20:48:44:13 money for special needs
    20:48:45:21 organizations. 20:48:49:03 Shanna FISCHER introduces us
    20:48:54:16 to�– 20:48:54:25>>With every T-shirt printed,
    20:48:57:24 paper clouds apparel is 20:48:59:23 changing lives.
    20:49:01:05>>Artwork individual with 20:49:02:12 special needs created, transfer
    20:49:03:27 that to the shirts, hats, bags, 20:49:05:15 and we team up with different
    20:49:07:01 special needs cause every two 20:49:08:11 weeks and we sell their artwork
    20:49:11:27 on the web site. 20:49:12:22 For two weeks, 50% of the
    20:49:14:28 proceeds go back to that 20:49:15:28 special needs, school, cause,
    20:49:17:13 organization. 20:49:18:17>>Robert Thornton started
    20:49:20:09 paper clouds apparel after a 20:49:21:16 visit to his parents’ house.
    20:49:23:25 Robert noticed a drawing on the 20:49:26:15 refrigerator.
    20:49:27:15 His mom is a school bus driver 20:49:29:02 for children with special
    20:49:30:03 needs. 20:49:30:12 The drawing was made by a
    20:49:31:14 little girl on the bus. 20:49:32:21>>I spent the entire night
    20:49:37:19 mesmerized by this drawing. 20:49:38:28 It was different, but different
    20:49:40:04 in a cool way. 20:49:40:29 I spent the entire night
    20:49:42:23 staring at it. 20:49:44:10 The next morning I woke up, I
    20:49:46:10 thought, man, that would look 20:49:47:29 cool on a T-shirt.
    20:49:49:15>>Before long, he had the idea 20:49:50:26 for paper clouds apparel.
    20:49:52:06 He chose to focus on people 20:49:53:13 with special needs because
    20:49:54:14 they’re often overlooked by 20:49:56:06 society.
    20:49:56:21>>You know, for too long, 20:49:58:02 people have treated those with
    20:49:59:17 special needs like they kind 20:50:01:02 of�– they want to put them
    in 20:50:02:13 the corner, don’t have to deal
    20:50:03:24 with them, I want to be like 20:50:05:09 no, I want to put you on a
    20:50:08:00 pedestal and show you that you 20:50:09:07 are talented, that you can
    20:50:11:08 contribute to society. 20:50:12:20 You have skills and you need to
    20:50:15:03 be appreciated. 20:50:15:21>>Paper clouds apparel has
    20:50:17:05 raised money for dozens of 20:50:18:19 organizations across the
    20:50:19:13 country. 20:50:19:23 Not only does Robert showcase
    20:50:22:28 drawings made by kids with 20:50:24:09 special needs, he employs
    20:50:26:10 adults with special needs in 20:50:27:06 the packaging department.
    20:50:28:16>>80 to 93% of adults with 20:50:31:06 special needs aren’t employed.
    20:50:33:28 That’s ridiculous. 20:50:34:28 If more businesses focused on
    20:50:36:20 helping people instead of just 20:50:37:23 the bottom line, bottom line,
    20:50:39:18 bottom line, like this world 20:50:40:21 would be a much better place.
    20:50:42:14>>Robert is determined to make 20:50:43:15 the world a better place one
    20:50:45:09 T-shirt at a time. 20:50:47:04>>I just feel that I’m doing
    20:50:48:19 what I was brought here to do. 20:50:50:21 You can change the world.
    20:50:51:27 You know, you just have to 20:50:53:08 believe in it.
    20:50:53:22 It is not going to be easy, you 20:50:55:10 know, but if you�– if you’re
    20:50:56:29 doing the right thing and you 20:50:58:17 work hard at it, you can do
    20:51:00:19 whatever you want to do. 20:51:03:17>>Paper clouds apparel is
    20:51:04:19 always looking for new designs. 20:51:06:07 If you know someone who would
    20:51:07:29 like to contribute a design, 20:51:09:22 visit their web site,
    20:51:10:27 papercloudsapparel.com. 20:51:14:00>>>Thursday on “Arizona
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    20:53:22:22>>That’s right. 20:53:23:11 A sustaining monthly donation
    20:53:25:10 is one that once you set it up, 20:53:27:01 you determine the amount of
    20:53:28:00 your monthly donation. 20:53:29:14 Let’s just say it’s $5 per
    20:53:31:07 month and it is deducted every 20:53:33:06 month from your credit or debit
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    Construction of Melbourne Metro Rail to Start in 2017
    Articles, Blog

    Construction of Melbourne Metro Rail to Start in 2017

    October 10, 2019


    Today, I’m really pleased to announce that
    an expression of interest for early important construction works to move power, water, storm
    water, gas and a whole range of other services to relocate those services from the Melbourne
    Metro alignment, that expression of interest will go to the market tomorrow. We expect
    that program of works will be in the order of around $300 million – of course there’s
    a tender process to be gone through, but that will be the order of it. It’s a very significant
    investment and it just shows that we are wasting no time at all. Not one day will be wasted
    in delivering a world-class public transport system for the world’s most livable city. Protecting around 150 different sorts of utility services underneath the ground is so important
    to do this work now, to get this expression of interest out to market now, to see these
    works undertaken in 2017, but most critically to see these works completed by 2018 so we
    can hit the ground running with the major construction program that is scheduled to
    start in 2018. It’s a big job, it’s going to mean there will be some disruption, particularly
    in and around the areas of the portal entrances, but we have to do this now and provide this
    program of works so that we can see Melbourne Metro up and running.

    Articles

    Flashpoint 4/7: Charlotte overpaid light rail project

    October 2, 2019


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    CONSTRUCTION DELAYS. MUCH OF THAT DUE TO
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    CONSTRUCTION DELAYS.
    SALARY INCREASES AND MUCH OF THAT DUE TO
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    SALARY INCREASES AND UNFORESEEN CONSTRUCTION DELAYS.
    SALARY INCREASES AND UNFORESEEN CONSTRUCTION DELAYS.
    SALARY INCREASES AND UNFORESEEN
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    CIRCUMSTANCES.
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    CIRCUMSTANCES.
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    CIRCUMSTANCES.
    AUDITORS FOUND CITY SALARY INCREASES AND UNFORESEEN
    CIRCUMSTANCES.
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    CIRCUMSTANCES.
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    HAVE CIRCUMSTANCES.
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    HAVE DONE CIRCUMSTANCES.
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    HAVE DONE MORE CIRCUMSTANCES.
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    HAVE DONE MORE TO CIRCUMSTANCES.
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    HAVE DONE MORE TO CONTROL CIRCUMSTANCES.
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    AND PREVENT EXCESS SPENDING.
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    CHARGES.
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    CHARGES.
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    CHARGES.
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    CHARGES.
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    DIDN’T CHARGES.
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    DIDN’T PROVIDE CHARGES.
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    DIDN’T PROVIDE A CHARGES.
    EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD CHARGES.
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    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
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    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
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    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
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    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE EVERYTHING FROM WHY THE CITY
    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
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    DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
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    FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT DIDN’T PROVIDE A FIELD OFFICE
    FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY FOR HNTB OR WHITE DOZENS OF
    PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
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    APPROVED BY CITY STAFF. PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS PAY RATE ADJUSTMENTS WENT ON
    APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE THE APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE THE CITY APPROVED BY CITY STAFF.
    AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE THE CITY ROUGHLY AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE THE CITY ROUGHLY AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE THE CITY ROUGHLY
    $300,000 AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE THE CITY ROUGHLY
    $300,000 FOR AUDITORS THINK HNTB NEEDS TO
    REIMBURSE THE CITY ROUGHLY
    $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE REIMBURSE THE CITY ROUGHLY
    $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE REIMBURSE THE CITY ROUGHLY
    $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE
    PAYMENTS. $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE
    PAYMENTS. $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE
    PAYMENTS.
    9.3 $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE
    PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE
    PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE
    PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL $300,000 FOR INAPPROPRIATE
    PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH PAYMENTS.
    9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET 9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET 9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION 9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO 9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC 9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE 9.3 MILE LIGHT RAIL EXTENSION
    WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND WHICH CONNECTS SEVENTH STREET
    STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE. STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE. STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT STATION TO UNC CHARLOTTE OPENED
    IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF IN MARCH 2018 TO GRAND APPLAUSE.
    WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT WHAT IS MOST IRONIC ABOUT THE
    UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT RAIL UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT UNNECESSARY EXPENSE OF THIS
    PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER PROJECT IS THE CITY BUILT THE
    LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER MOBILITY. LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER MOBILITY. LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN MEANT LIGHT RAIL BECAUSE IT PROMISED
    BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS BETTER MOBILITY.
    WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS WHICH IN TURN MEANT MASSIVE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. TURNS OUT
    THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST. THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST. THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS LIKE THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS LIKE WE THE $1 BILLION PLUS PROJECT
    COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A COMES AT AN EVEN GREATER COST.
    >>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.>>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.>>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>>>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter:>>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH>>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH LIKE>>IT SEEMS LIKE WE HAVE
    UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING FAILURE UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING UNCOVERED A MISTAKE.
    >>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE>>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE>>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS>>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS CHARLOTTE>>Reporter: MUCH LIKE THE
    FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL, FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL, FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS FUNDING FAILURE INVOLVING THE
    CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A CROSS CHARLOTTE TRAIL,
    COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A COUNCILMEMBER SAYS THIS IS
    ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO BE ANOTHER MISTAKE FROM A PAST
    ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER ADMINISTRATION IS A REMINDER
    THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY. THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY. THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS THE CITY NEEDS TO BE BETTER
    STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO
    MAKE STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO
    MAKE SURE STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO
    MAKE SURE THIS STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO
    MAKE SURE THIS NEVER STEWARDS OF TAXPAYER MONEY.
    >>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO
    MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS>>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO
    MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS>>THE BIG THING I WANT IS TO
    MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS
    AGAIN. MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS
    AGAIN. MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS
    AGAIN.
    >>MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS
    AGAIN.
    >>THAT MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS
    AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS
    AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN MAKE SURE THIS NEVER HAPPENS
    AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING. AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING. AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME AGAIN.
    >>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT>>THAT WAS NATHAN REPORTING.
    HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL HE DISCOVERED THE SAME COMPANY
    AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE AT THE CENTER OF THAT AUDIT HAS
    GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011. GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011. GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY GIVEN $21,000 TO COUNCIL AND
    MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING TO MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING TO RECOUP MAYORAL CAMPAIGNS SINCE 2011.
    AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME
    UNNECESSARY AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME
    UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AS RECOMMENDED BY THE CITY THEY
    ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME
    UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AND ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME
    UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AND ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME
    UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AND
    IMPROVING ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME
    UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AND
    IMPROVING OVERSIGHT ARE TRYING TO RECOUP SOME
    UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AND
    IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AND
    IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING UNNECESSARY PAYMENTS AND
    IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD. IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD. IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD.
    SO, IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD.
    SO, NO IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD IMPROVING OVERSIGHT MOVING
    FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR
    THE FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR
    THE MAYOR’S FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR
    THE MAYOR’S OFFICE FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR
    THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE FORWARD.
    SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR
    THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR
    THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO SO, NO ONE FROM THE BOARD OR
    THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO
    REPRESENT. THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO
    REPRESENT. THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO
    REPRESENT.
    WE THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO
    REPRESENT.
    WE ARE THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO
    REPRESENT.
    WE ARE ALL THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO
    REPRESENT.
    WE ARE ALL TALKING THE MAYOR’S OFFICE HERE TO
    REPRESENT.
    WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT REPRESENT.
    WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT REPRESENT.
    WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT REPRESENT.
    WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE. WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE. WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS WE ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT
    GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE GOVERNMENT HERE.
    HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE? HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE? HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS HOW DO WE AVOID PITFALLS LIKE
    THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT. THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT. THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THE THIS IN THE FUTURE?
    >>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT>>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT>>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE>>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF>>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE>>THE KEY WORD THERE IS AUDIT.
    AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY. AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY. AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN ON AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN ON THE AND I AM CHAIR OF THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE SINCE COMMITTEE OF THE COUNTY.
    I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE SINCE 2012. I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE SINCE 2012. I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT
    COMMITTEE SINCE 2012.
    THIS I HAVE BEEN ON THE AUDIT
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    MONEY.
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    MONEY.
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    >>IS A FORMER MAYOR AND STATE MONEY.
    >>IS A FORMER MAYOR AND STATE MONEY.
    >>IS A FORMER MAYOR AND STATE
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    SENATOR AND MONEY.
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    SENATOR AND FORMER MONEY.
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    SENATOR AND FORMER PARTNER MONEY.
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    SENATOR AND FORMER PARTNER OF>>IS A FORMER MAYOR AND STATE
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    ONE OF THE GLOBALLY LARGEST
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    ONE OF THE GLOBALLY LARGEST
    INDEPENDENT PUBLIC SENATOR AND FORMER PARTNER OF
    ONE OF THE GLOBALLY LARGEST
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    INDEPENDENT PUBLIC ACCOUNTING ONE OF THE GLOBALLY LARGEST
    INDEPENDENT PUBLIC ACCOUNTING
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    INDEPENDENT PUBLIC ACCOUNTING
    FIRMS I’M GOING ONE OF THE GLOBALLY LARGEST
    INDEPENDENT PUBLIC ACCOUNTING
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    INDEPENDENT PUBLIC ACCOUNTING
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    THIS LEVEL.
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    THIS LEVEL.
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    THIS LEVEL.
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    AT THIS LEVEL.
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    AT THE THIS LEVEL.
    THIS IS ALL ON STAFF.
    AT THE TOWN, THIS LEVEL.
    THIS IS ALL ON STAFF.
    AT THE TOWN, COUNTY THIS LEVEL.
    THIS IS ALL ON STAFF.
    AT THE TOWN, COUNTY LEVEL, THIS LEVEL.
    THIS IS ALL ON STAFF.
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    AT THE TOWN, COUNTY LEVEL, AT THIS IS ALL ON STAFF.
    AT THE TOWN, COUNTY LEVEL, AT
    THE THIS IS ALL ON STAFF.
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    THE STATE THIS IS ALL ON STAFF.
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    THE STATE WE THIS IS ALL ON STAFF.
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    THE STATE WE HAVE THIS IS ALL ON STAFF.
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    THE STATE WE HAVE CHIEF AT THE TOWN, COUNTY LEVEL, AT
    THE STATE WE HAVE CHIEF AT THE TOWN, COUNTY LEVEL, AT
    THE STATE WE HAVE CHIEF
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    THE STATE WE HAVE CHIEF
    FINANCIAL OFFICERS. THE STATE WE HAVE CHIEF
    FINANCIAL OFFICERS. THE STATE WE HAVE CHIEF
    FINANCIAL OFFICERS.
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    FINANCIAL OFFICERS.
    THIS IS THE STATE WE HAVE CHIEF
    FINANCIAL OFFICERS.
    THIS IS ON THE STATE WE HAVE CHIEF
    FINANCIAL OFFICERS.
    THIS IS ON THEM THE STATE WE HAVE CHIEF
    FINANCIAL OFFICERS.
    THIS IS ON THEM AND THE STATE WE HAVE CHIEF
    FINANCIAL OFFICERS.
    THIS IS ON THEM AND THEIR THE STATE WE HAVE CHIEF
    FINANCIAL OFFICERS.
    THIS IS ON THEM AND THEIR WATCH. FINANCIAL OFFICERS.
    THIS IS ON THEM AND THEIR WATCH. FINANCIAL OFFICERS.
    THIS IS ON THEM AND THEIR WATCH.
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    THIS IS ON THEM AND THEIR WATCH.
    THEY HAVE FIDUCIARY THIS IS ON THEM AND THEIR WATCH.
    THEY HAVE FIDUCIARY THIS IS ON THEM AND THEIR WATCH.
    THEY HAVE FIDUCIARY
    RESPONSIBILITY THIS IS ON THEM AND THEIR WATCH.
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    RESPONSIBILITY TO THIS IS ON THEM AND THEIR WATCH.
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    RESPONSIBILITY TO MANAGE THIS IS ON THEM AND THEIR WATCH.
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    RESPONSIBILITY TO MANAGE THE THEY HAVE FIDUCIARY
    RESPONSIBILITY TO MANAGE THE THEY HAVE FIDUCIARY
    RESPONSIBILITY TO MANAGE THE
    MONEY. RESPONSIBILITY TO MANAGE THE
    MONEY. RESPONSIBILITY TO MANAGE THE
    MONEY.
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    MONEY.
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    MONEY.
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    MONEY.
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    MONEY.
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    MONEY.
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    THEY DO IT ON MONTHLY FINANCIAL MONEY.
    THEY DO IT ON MONTHLY FINANCIAL
    STATEMENTS. THEY DO IT ON MONTHLY FINANCIAL
    STATEMENTS. THEY DO IT ON MONTHLY FINANCIAL
    STATEMENTS.
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    STATEMENTS.
    INTERNAL AGENCIES THEY DO IT ON MONTHLY FINANCIAL
    STATEMENTS.
    INTERNAL AGENCIES ARE STATEMENTS.
    INTERNAL AGENCIES ARE STATEMENTS.
    INTERNAL AGENCIES ARE
    RESPONSIBLE STATEMENTS.
    INTERNAL AGENCIES ARE
    RESPONSIBLE FOR STATEMENTS.
    INTERNAL AGENCIES ARE
    RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS STATEMENTS.
    INTERNAL AGENCIES ARE
    RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS AND INTERNAL AGENCIES ARE
    RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS AND INTERNAL AGENCIES ARE
    RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS AND
    CONDITIONS INTERNAL AGENCIES ARE
    RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS AND
    CONDITIONS OF INTERNAL AGENCIES ARE
    RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS AND
    CONDITIONS OF THE INTERNAL AGENCIES ARE
    RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS AND
    CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT INTERNAL AGENCIES ARE
    RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS AND
    CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS AND
    CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS AND
    CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND
    ENSURING RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS AND
    CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND
    ENSURING THEY RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS AND
    CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND
    ENSURING THEY ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS AND
    CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND
    ENSURING THEY ARE IN RESPONSIBLE FOR TERMS AND
    CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND
    ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND
    ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND
    ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND
    ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND
    ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING MET CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND
    ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING MET TO CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND
    ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING MET TO THE CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND
    ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING MET TO THE T. CONDITIONS OF THE CONTRACT AND
    ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT IS ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT ENSURING THEY ARE IN COMPLIANCE
    AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR AND BEING MET TO THE T. ELECTED
    OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE. OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE. OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH OFFICIALS, THAT IS NOT THE
    RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS. RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS. RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON RESPONSIBILITY OR ROLE.
    >>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV>>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV>>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING>>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR>>NOBODY KNOWS WHO STEPH IS.
    THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE. THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE. THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR THEY ONLY KNOW THE FACES ON TV
    RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20 RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20 RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID NOT RUNNING FOR OFFICE.
    >>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE>>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE>>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE
    INDEPENDENT>>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE
    INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL>>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE
    INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT>>AT THE STATE LEVEL FOR 20
    YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE
    INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE
    INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE
    INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY YEARS WE DID NOT REQUIRE
    INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY AGENCIES. INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY AGENCIES. INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY AGENCIES.
    I INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY AGENCIES.
    I RAN INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY AGENCIES.
    I RAN FOUR INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY AGENCIES.
    I RAN FOUR YEARS INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY AGENCIES.
    I RAN FOUR YEARS AGO INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY AGENCIES.
    I RAN FOUR YEARS AGO AND INDEPENDENT FINANCIAL AUDIT OF
    ANY AGENCIES.
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    I RAN FOUR YEARS AGO AND WE ANY AGENCIES.
    I RAN FOUR YEARS AGO AND WE
    JUST ANY AGENCIES.
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    JUST STARTED. I RAN FOUR YEARS AGO AND WE
    JUST STARTED. I RAN FOUR YEARS AGO AND WE
    JUST STARTED.
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    JUST STARTED.
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    JUST STARTED.
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    JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED I RAN FOUR YEARS AGO AND WE
    JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN I RAN FOUR YEARS AGO AND WE
    JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20 JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20 JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND THEY JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND THEY CAN JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT JUST STARTED.
    HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION HHS HADN’T BEEN AUDITED IN 20
    YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS. YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS. YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS YEARS AND THEY CAN ACCOUNT FOR
    BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE
    THERE BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE
    THERE WAS BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE
    THERE WAS NO BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE
    THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT BILLION DOLLARS.
    DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE
    THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT ON DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE
    THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT ON DIDN’T KNOW WHERE IT IS BECAUSE
    THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT ON
    FINANCIALS. THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT ON
    FINANCIALS. THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT ON
    FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT ON
    FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY A THERE WAS NO OVERSIGHT ON
    FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE FINANCIALS.
    INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO INDEPENDENTLY A HANDSHAKE
    REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL IN REMOVED FROM THE DAY-TO-DAY
    OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT. OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT. OPERATIONS, THAT NEEDS TO OCCUR
    AT EVERY LEVEL IN GOVERNMENT.
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    The Train Through Hairatan ? |?? NATO in Afghanistan

    September 20, 2019


    Bringing goods over land from far away, the
    train is a common sight in many Asian countries. But due to war, poverty and the fear of invasion
    the age of the railway passed Afghanistan by. Until today.
    A modest seventy-five kilometers of track is enough to connect the neighbouring country
    of Uzbekistan with Afghanistan, passing over the Soviet constructed “friendship bridge”
    on the river Amu and passing through the river port of Hairatan.
    Completed in less than a year in late 2010, the cargo line has been a team effort. Built
    by Uzbeks, funded by the Asian Development bank and facilitated by Afghans.
    “Ninety people, including the deputy of railway of Uzbekistan, who’s now the governor
    of Arqaam, came here and we provided them a base and security. We also cleared the area
    from mines. If we weren’t working hard on this we could have lost this huge achievement.”
    For a land-locked country like Afghanistan, a blossoming economy depends heavily on import
    and export, which relies for the main part on huge convoys of trucks going in and out
    of the country. As well as huge delays at customs stations, these convoys are also vulnerable
    to attack. As the carriages are sealed at origin, the
    train doesn’t need to be checked by customs, making it much quicker. Haji Najeeb is also
    proud of the security his town has provided to their new technology.
    “Discipline and security like we have here, you won’t find in 364 districts of Afghanistan.
    At night people’s doors are open; our businessmen come and go by night or day without any anxiety.
    They load, unload and transfer their goods.” The train’s terminus is the historic city
    of Mazar-e-Sharif, the capital of the border province of Balkh, but ambitions for Afghanistan’s
    railways stretch much further. After three years of training, Uzbekistan
    will hand over control to the newly created Afghan Railyway Department to preside over
    plans to extend the railway lines west through Herat to Iran and east through gate of Torkham
    to Pakistan. And although the train is strictly cargo-only
    for now, there have been a few passengers already. “Recently the chief of railways in Uzbekistan
    visited and I personally went with him in train until Mazar airport. The construction
    work in one hundred per cent finished without any problems. It’s ready for use, so now we’re
    just waiting for the Afghan authorities to open it officially.” And perhaps it’s not too hard to imagine that
    this new transcontinental cargo silk road will one day connect Afghanistan beyond its
    neighbours and to the rest of the world. This is Ruth Owen, in Afghanistan, for the
    NATO Channel.