On The Money with Peter Hebert

July 28, 2011

On the Money with Peter Hebert, “Apocalypse Now Squared,” July 28, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 10:29 PM

This half hour segment of On the Money with Peter Hebert is a musical and news soundscape that is titled “Apocalypse Now Squared.” It is an indictment against the order out of chaos theme orchestrated by the United States and enabled by central banking in order to foist upon the planet’s population a global government.Listen to the show here.

July 21, 2011

On the Money with Peter Hebert, “Budget Crisis and Possible Government Shutdown,” July 20, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 2:16 AM

This LIVE, two hour edition of On the Money with Peter Hebert is titled “Budget Crisis and Possible Government Shutdown.” Just how broke is the federal government? What does that mean for the rest of us, who stay within our budget and pay our bills? Where are we? What’s on the horizon? Guns and ammo? Or jobs and economic stability? We took calls to discuss the nation’s fiscal crisis and whether we should increase the nation’s credit card limit or have a Constitutional Amendment that requires a balanced budget.

July 16, 2011

Death by Banking

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 3:25 AM

“Death by Banking” is a 30 minute radio segment at On the Money with Peter Hebert on Blog Talk Radio (www.BlogTalkRadio.com/PeterHebert). The segment will air on August 8, 2011.

July 14, 2011

On the Money with Peter Hebert, “On the Eve of the New World Order,” July 13, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 2:07 AM


This two hour edition of On the Money with Peter Hebert is titled “On the Eve of the New World Order.” The establishment would prefer the easily manipulated masses to believe that there is no such thing as an agenda for a New World Order, and that those who raise the warning calls are conspiracy nuts. This two part edition features an expose taken from the Jeremiah Project, some commentary, and two clips that underscore the problem and provides a cogent solution. The second half of this edition features commentary on the Central Intelligence Agency, the Council on Foreign Relations, and archival clips that open with Adolph Hitler and end with Barack Obama. There are no accidents of history since there has been a closely guided plan. It is knowable for those who wish to understand. And, it is defeatable for those willing to do what must be done. A new day is coming for the remnant of mankind, and it will not include the elite, who plan to microchip mankind. The segment concludes with the vain glory of the 1812 Overture as performed by Metal Patriots as well as Stacey Blades to remember the pointless Napoleonic Wars. This is followed by Deep Purple’s high energy song titled Burn, as a fitting apocalyptic ending since it appears to describe the end of all things.

July 11, 2011

On The Money with Peter Hebert, “Armed Cops Flash Mob the Federal Reserve Bank of New York,” July 11, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 11:13 PM

Bankster insiders and Internet trolls from the Federal Bureau of Investigation using Facebook panicked when they learned that Danny Panzella of Staten Island, New York planned a flash mob protest in front of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in Manhattan. Mr. Panzella took the ferry from Staten Island across the New York Harbor to Manhattan for the planned June 22, 2011 flash mob event, and then walked several blocks into lower Manhattan.

There were just two problems with the plan. First, over 40 armed policemen showed up to surround and secure the perimeter of the nation’s central nervous system of predatory financial capitalism. Second, just two protestors showed up – Mr. Panzella and his four-month-old son Xander, who was strapped to his chest with a child harness. The nation’s leading bankster leveraged the city’s resources and what followed was that the armed policemen were the ones to flash mob the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

(40 armed policemen guarded the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, because of Mr. Panzella and his four-month-old son).

Who looked like a complete jack ass? Three parties: the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the New York City Police Department, and Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

First, the terrified personnel within the Federal Reserve Bank of New York got its money’s worth in extra security to protect the fortress from a young father and his adorable son. What was the threat? The First Amendment, of course.

Second, the armed police, who were pulled away from New York City’s Dunkin’ Donuts, were schooled in collapse economics. Mr. Panzella wasted no time, and handed out informational flyers to the shamed faced policeman. He spoke to them about the nation’s banking cartel that was responsible for the boom-bust cycles and bail out scams on tax payers. It was all in a day’s work in exercising free speech and social responsibility.

And, third, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg picked up the tab for these policemen to hear Mr. Panzella describe the many failures of financial and rentier capitalism. Ironically, the city paid to have those policemen schooled in the failed business model of central banking on the front steps of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.

Kudos to Mr. Panzella. Every event planner should take note, because of the many delicious ironies.

Dead Beat Bank – CHASE – Harasses Depositor for Banking While Black

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 7:45 PM

According to Restore the Republic, Chase customer Ikenna Njoku attempted to cash a cashier’s check made by Chase in the amount of $8,463.21. The cashier’s check was issued by Chase after the bank received a $9,000 plus direct deposit for Njoku from the government. The deposit was Njoku’s tax refund from the IRS.

July 9, 2011

On The Money with Peter Hébert, “The Classics Rock,” July 9, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 5:41 PM


This brief installment of On The Money with Peter Hébert is a 14 minute and 57 second medley of classical selections and electric guitar performances titled “The Classics Rock.” As one described classical music, “a classic is that it holds universal themes and stands the test of time to appeal to many generations.” In keeping with this sentiment, this medley weaves the subtle and delicate elements from the great composers of the past and the great guitar performers of the present to whom we should all sit up to take notice.

These include Russian composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s the 1812 Overture, the German composer Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana: O Fortuna layered with Rick Wakemen’s rendition of the opening of Awaken as background, the German composer Ludwig van Beethoven’s Symphony Number 5 in C Major as performed by the American guitarist Danney Alkana, Beethoven’s Symphony Number 9 in D Minor, Opus 125 “Choral”: II. Molto Vivace, Stacey Blades picks up with his brief unrestrained performance on the electric guitar of a segment of the 1812 Overture, Metal Patriots continues, and the finale from Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture is performed by none other than the Ljubljana Symphony Orchestra with Anton Nanut, and Marko Munih.

You might think I’m bloody mad for mixing completely different musical styles and thus creating anachronistic or vulgar art. But let me borrow a few lines from Pink Floyd’s record album Dark Side of the Moon. I’ve been mad for fucking years, absolutely years. I’ve been over the edge for yonks. Been working with bands so long, I went crazy…. I’ve always been mad, I know I’ve been mad, like the most of us are. It’s very hard to explain why you’re mad, even if you’re not mad.

This is about the sense of urgency, the melodic seduction, and the power of the many calling voices, the beating timpani, the bowing cellos, the tooting french horns, and the bending strings on a great guitar playing through a tube amp for the harmonics. And, indeed … the majesty of creative wonder comes from being close to the edge, down by the river … that refreshes, quenches, and restores one’s soul. Please. Out of courtesy to others, turn off your cell phones during this performance.

July 8, 2011

On The Money with Peter Hebert, “Freedom Flotilla Two and I Am Awake,” July 8, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 10:35 PM

This half hour installment of On The Money with Peter Hebert opens with commentary on Israel’s propaganda war against the freedom flotillas and the complicity of the mainstream media in delivering a one sided narrative. The show closes with a 10 minute segment titled “I Am Awake,” and is Mr. Hebert’s thumbs up response to those who developed the You Tube video by the same title. This is a pre recorded show.

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Two Cult Classics: George Orwell’s 1984 and Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 8:29 PM

George Orwell’s 1984 – Full Length Movie, 1956 Release

Brave New World – Full Length Movie, 1980 Release

On The Money with Peter Hebert, “1812 Overture and the Battle of Borodino,” July 7, 2011

Filed under: Commentary — Peter Hebert @ 1:12 AM

This video edition of On The Money with Peter Hebert is dedicated to Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture and the Battle of Borodino. Enjoy.

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