On The Money with Peter Hebert

May 26, 2011

On The Money With Peter Hebert, “Hebert Explores the Dark Side: The Illuminati,” May 26, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 10:49 PM

This two part segment of On The Money with Peter Hebert features an exclusive interview with Canadian researcher and writer Dr. Henry Makow, the author of Illuminati: The Cult That Hijacked the World andIlluminati 2: Deceit and Seduction. Makow, a Jew, claims that the Illuminati is a Cabalist Jewish (i.e. Masonic) conspiracy for global domination, that it still exists, and that the plan is on schedule.

Listen to Part One.
Listen to Part Two.

NOTE: Conspiracy theories and alleging that Jews have a sinister plot for global control is outside of Hebert’s typical shows. Hebert interviewed Makow due to the alleged Masonic connection, a desire to understand, and because this controversial topic is hot on the Internet.

Each installment of On The Money with Peter Hebert is an unashamed lifting of the veil that takes the mystery out of finance, economics, and the political process. Peter Hebert has an MBA in finance and marketing and is author of Mortgaged and Armed: A Key to Understanding Mortgage Industry Tactics.He is a subject matter expert on mortgages, real estate, and regulation. He is also an advocate for real monetary reform. Join Peter Hebert each week as he takes us down the rabbit hole and exposes the world of monetary illusion, government corruption, corporate greed, and government- and corporate-driven propaganda through the mainstream media.

On The Money with Peter Hebert, “The 1967 Borders,” May 25, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 2:27 AM


This two hour segment of On The Money with Peter Hebert examines the 1967 borders and the tensions between the Jewish State of Israel and the yet to be recognized Arab state of Palestine. Is this fantasy, fiction, future reality, or a global conflict in the making? There are different narratives concerning the conflict and, in the United States of America especially, the Jewish and Zionist narrative dominates not only public perception but this nation’s foreign policy as well. This segment explores some of the issues that factor into the conflict and the issues that are not being discussed in the media.

Listen to the show archive here.

May 24, 2011

On The Money with Peter Hebert, “Israel and Palestine: Reality or Fantasy?” May 23, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 3:16 AM

This half hour segment of On The Money with Peter Hebert addresses Barack Obama’s position that Israel must respect the 1967 borders and Benjamin Netanyahu’s response. The Arab and Israeli conflict will end in Armageddon and the horrific Day of the Lord, which are days of darkness in the aftermath of global war. Musical selections are from Black Sabbath, because they are fitting for this topic. The show will be archived for replay at your convenience. (Listen to the show).

May 22, 2011

James Corbett, “Week of Rage Protests Spreading Worldwide,” May 22, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 10:48 PM

This is James Corbett of corbettreport.com with your Sunday Update for this 22nd day of May, 2011. And now for the real news.

The balkanization of the world’s population by the global power elite who benefit from all violent resistance continued apace this week as protests against governmental oppression and economic austerity spread throughout the world.

In Spain, citizens utilizing internet and social networking technologies have created a mass protest movement that has drawn 10s of thousands tooccupy town squares across the country. The protests, known as M-15, have so far sprung up in Madrid, Valencia, Seville, Balbao, Barcelona and numerous other towns.

The protests have been peaceful and not centered along traditional party lines, so corporate controlled media has had difficulty as a ragtag collection of youth upset about unemployment.

On the movement’s website, there is a manifesto that states in part:

“We are ordinary people. We are like you: people who get up every morning to study, work or find a job, people who have family and friends. People who work hard every day to provide a better future for those around us. Some of us consider ourselves progressive, others conservative. Some of us are believers, some not. Some of us have clearly defined ideologies, others are apolitical, but we are all concerned and angry about the political, economic, and social outlook which we see around us: corruption among politicians, businessmen, bankers, leaving us helpless, without a voice. This situation has become normal, a daily suffering, without hope. But if we join forces, we can change it.”

Now, solidarity protests have sprung up around the globe as disgruntled citizens in numerous countries find themselves similarly fed up with the political status quo.

In , the protests were sparked by poor economic conditions.

In , ethnic Kurds rioted over the killing of 12 members of the Kurdistan Worker’s Party by Turkish security forces.

In , Republicans have clashed with police in protest of Queen Elizabeth’s first visit to the Irish Republic. The Queen is the first British monarch to visit the country since it broke away from British subjugation in the Irish struggle for independence.

In , hundreds of protestors braved inclement weather to demonstrate outside of JP Morgan’s annual meeting in Columbus, Ohio. Those in attendance were upset over JP Morgan’s illegal foreclosure practices, including instances in which contractors illegally broke into people’s homes to change locks despite the fact that the houses in question were not in foreclosure. Despite engaging in peaceful and lawful demonstrations, several of the attendees were maced by police, including several elderly citizens.

In Indiana, meanwhile, Stephen Skolnick is to protest the recent State Supreme court decision overturning the 4th Amendment, and allowing police officers to enter any home at any time without a warrant or even a reason for entry.

As protest movements gain momentum across the globe, governments who feel threatened by citizens refusing to bow down to their supposed authority have now launched counterstrikes in the information war by attempting to censor the free flow of online information that make these movements possible.

In the latest example of governmental collusion with the big corporations that control a greater and greater percentage of the internet, Google-owned YouTube has complied with a request from the UK government to take down a video of a group of citizens operating under the name Lawful Rebellion who seized a Birkenhead Country Court and used their guaranteed liberties under the Magna Carta to arrest the judge and claim the court for the people.

Although still visible to the outside world, when viewers in the UK attempt to watch the video they see a message informing them that “This content is not available in order to comply with local laws in certain countries.”

According to Google’s own transparency report, the majority of removal requests in most countries are fully or partially complied with.

This news comes on the heels of this month’s Orwellian pre-crime arrests in the UK where dozens of citizens were arrested in advance of the royal wedding on the grounds that they might have been planning to protest the future wedding.

Now, concerned citizens of all party affiliations, all ideologies, all creeds, all races and all stripes are uniting to engage in a conversation about the best and most effective way to re-commandeer the supposedly public institutions that have long since been bought and paid for by the global political power players. One of the activists arrested in those recent UK pre-crime arrests, , spoke on this issue at the May 5th meeting of the Defend the Right To Protest movement.

May 21, 2011

On the Money with Peter Hebert, “Mathematically Perfected Economy ™,” May 19, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 1:31 AM

These two half hour segments of On The Money with Peter Hebert feature an exclusive interview with Mike Montagne, perhaps the first to propose concepts of a Mathematically Perfected Economy ™. The topics of discussion cover financial capitalism, interest rates, the money supply, and those elements that make up the basis for a stable monetary business model – unlike the one we have now, which has mathematical limits. If you have an interest in central banking and the nature of money, tune in to this two part series. Listen to part one here. Listen to part two here.

On The Money with Peter Hebert, “Power, Sex, Stupidity, and Scandal,” May 21, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 1:17 AM

This half hour segment of On The Money with Peter Hebert is a musical tribute, or farcical parody, to IMF’s wanking bankster Dominique Strauss-Kahn – a likely sadistic sex addict. The selections of classic rock snippets start with the search for love and romance then move to a determined quest for the raw and raunchy. For those who appreciate Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Frank Zappa, Rolling Stones, Santana, Eric Clapton, Aerosmith, Black Sabbath, and Billy Squier … and know the lyrics … it’s all there. “Take away women don’t fail,” ~ Ozzy. Listen to the show.

May 18, 2011

On The Money with Peter Hebert, “The IMF’s Wanking Bankster: C’est Dominique!” May 18, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 6:22 PM

This two hour segment of On The Money with Peter Hebert is titled “The IMF’s Wanking Bankster: C’est Dominique!” This is commentary and analysis on the criminal rape indictment against the International Monetary Fund’s director Dominique Strauss-Kahn and the International Monetary Fund’s predatory business model. This segment also features satirical musical selections as well as discussion on the origins of the sexy French maid. The second part of the show is commentary and analysis on Ben Bernanke, the Federal Reserve, quantitative easing, and the nation’s debt ceiling. Listen to the show archive here.

Each installment of On The Money with Peter Hebert is an unashamed lifting of the veil that takes the mystery out of finance, economics, and the political process. Peter Hebert has an MBA in finance and marketing and is author of Mortgaged and Armed: A Key to Understanding Mortgage Industry Tactics. (Buy the book today). He is a subject matter expert on mortgages, real estate, and regulation. He is also an advocate for real monetary reform. Join Peter Hebert each week as he takes us down the rabbit hole and exposes the world of monetary illusion, government corruption, corporate greed, and government- and corporate-driven propaganda through the mainstream media.

On the Money with Peter Hebert, “The IMF’s Wanking Banker: C’est Dominique!,” May 18, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 10:43 AM

This half hour segment of On The Money with Peter Hebert is commentary on the criminal rape indictment against the International Monetary Fund’s director Dominique Strauss-Kahn. Listen to the segment here.

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This segment also addresses the International Monetary Fund’s predatory business model.

This segment closes out with musical selections for satirical impact.

May 16, 2011

IMF Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn Cuffed and Arrested

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 3:52 PM

Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the French director of the International Monetary Fund, is a rapist and a sexual predator. The French citizen and wanna be President of France lives in a $4 million home in Georgetown, the toniest enclave of Washington, D.C. And, certainly the neighbors will now have something to talk about within their private walled gardens.

Dominique Strauss-Kahn was pulled out of his first class seat while on board a plane that sat on New York’s Kennedy International Airport. He was cuffed and taken into custody. As law enforcement escorted the handcuffed Dominique Strauss-Kahn through the doors you can audibly make out someone calling him “Frenchy.”

The arrest and criminal charge against Strauss-Kahn is a bit ironic given that populist protests against the International Monetary Fund and World Bank accuse these financial institutions of predation and exploitation of vulnerable and disadvantaged nations. Third world nations owe the International Monetary Fund $600 billion.

Certainly, the hotel maid at the New York Sofitel was vulnerable and disadvantaged when cornered in the room and thrown onto the bed against her will and then dragged into the bathroom for a second round.

Political power, over sized egos, and enhanced libido seem to have a way of destroying the reputations of elected and appointed officials.

A moment of fleeting and forbidden pleasure is often followed by a reputation tarnished with public shame. Former President Bill Clinton will always be associated with the White House intern Monica Lewinsky, the oral sex scandal, and the stained blue dress. Clinton was impeached by the House, but not the Senate, and will always be remember for not only lying when he said, “I did not have sex with that woman,” but also quibbling as America’s public idiot about the definition of sex. Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi will always be remembered for disgracing his office by paying to have sex with the under age Karima el-Mahroug. Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, client number 9 of the Emperor’s Club prostitution outfit, will always be remembered for debasing himself by paying Ashley Dupre aka Kristen $4,300 for sex. To Israel’s credit former Israeli President Moshe Katsav was convicted of rape for assaulting his staffers.

Clinton and Spitzer demeaned their wives when these women were used as human body shields to court public sympathy. Not only do they not deserve public sympathy, but they do not deserve a continued public stage or media platform as FOX News provided Spitzer to the shame of that network.

Morality and ethics do matter. The day enough people recognize this is the day we can sweep the trash out the door and put it out of sight.

May 15, 2011

The Great Osama Bin Laden Hoax How the FBI made up a bogey man

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 3:59 PM

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