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Brad Pitt Just Said that He Wants the Criminal Bankers to Pay

On Monday, actor Brad Pitt attended the screening for a new film in which he co-stars with Christian Bale, Steve Carell, and Ryan Gosling, The Big Short.

The film takes on the banking elite and exposes the corruption and sheer unaccountable nature of the ruling class.

Four outsiders in the world of high-finance who predicted the credit and housing bubble collapse of the mid-2000s decide to take on the big banks for their lack of foresight and greed.

During the screening, Pitt, and director Adam McKay, both revealed that their interests in this film were not just theatrical. The duo bravely expressed their discontent with the criminal banking cartels.

When Pitt was asked if banks should have been held responsible for the crisis that inspired the film, Pitt replied with a sigh, “I’m as frustrated as you are . . . I think it’s horrible that no bank officials have ever been held accountable. Therefore, there’s no incentive to stop this behavior.”

After Pitt had expressed his uneasiness, McKay took a unique stance as far as Hollywood goes, and blasted the Obama administration for its failure to prosecute the bankers.

McKay said, “We did a screening . . . Nancy Pelosi was there . . . We talked about that. It’s the oldest scam . . . [Bankers] tell the leaders, ‘If you put us in jail, you’ll ruin the economy’ . . . I think Obama has done a lot of good things, but I think one of the big black marks on his presidency is that no one went to jail.”

The power of Hollywood to influence and educate the public is enormous. However, most of the fluff oozing out of Hollywood merely props up the status quo and refuses to challenge the paradigm.

When Hollywood insiders risk ostracization from the industry elite by calling out criminals within the establishment, they certainly deserve acclaim.

While there are certainly other issues to disagree with Brad Pitt and Adam McKay on, the fact that they have made such a bold statement against the banking elite is noteworthy, to say the least.

  • So you give a thumbs up because Brad Pitt says that, but then you condemn Bernie Sanders for actually wanting to do it.

    You guys have a warped sense of reality.

    • And then there are people like you who don’t do any research to see that Bernie Sanders is a pawn for the military industrial complex.

    • Where’s the research?

    • They are both equally retarded. They are both mouthpieces for gradual socialism. A system that runs on criminal theft. Shut the fuck up about Bernie Sanders. He’s a politician who wants to raise your taxes, for Christ’s sake. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want anymore taken from me. And to talk about democratic socialism, that is the scariest shit ever, considering society is sick as fuck, ignorant, and evil. Take your Bernie Sanders bullshit and shove it.

    • Yup. I’d rather believe politicians because they tell the truth. They are looking out for our best interest. Bwahaha…..

    • See? Everyone else gets it Sean. Know what you’re talkin about before you come preaching on the internet.

    • Davíð Otto Rather impossible for someone who voted against War repeatedly and was a conciencious objector to be a”Pawn” for the MIC there dude.I dunno where you get your information from,but I’d shatcan it if I were you.His record speaks for itself.The MIC despises Sanders,and that,is a GREAT thing.

    • I think they are a republican troll, under cover.

    • Kaeylyn care to explain then why Bernie voted YES on every single bill that funded the Iraq occupation? Again…if people like you come on here regurgitating what some random guy in a suit told you on national tv, I’m gonna call you out on your bullshit. Some of us have ACTUALLY read the bills. THAT is where I get my information from. Would you care for a list of them to read? Or should I just “shitcan” them for the sake of your ignorance?

    • Davíð Otto care to explain why Bernie voted against the patriot act? which way did your rep vote?

    • Bernie voted in favor of HR 3107 – Iran and Libya Sanctions Act of 1996, which “imposes sanctions on persons exporting certain goods or technology that would enhance Iran’s ability to explore for, extract, refine, or transport by pipeline petroleum resources, and for other purposes.”
      In 1997, Bernie voted for HR 2159 – Foreign Operations FY98 Appropriations bill, which included: $3 billion for Israel, including $1.8 billion in military assistance and $1.2 billion in economic assistance; $2.12 billion for Egypt, including $1.3 billion in military assistance and $815 million in economic assistance; $770 million for former Soviet Republics; and $215 million for international narcotics control and law enforcement.
      He also voted for HR 4059 – Military Construction FY99 Appropriations bill, which provided $2.82 billion for general military construction.
      In 1998, Bernie’s name was included as a YEA vote on HR 4655, the Iraqi Liberation Act of 1998, which expressed the sense of Congress that it should be the aim of the United States to remove Saddam Hussein from power.
      President George W. Bush later used the Iraqi Liberation Act to provide justification for military action for the 2003 invasion.
      In 1999, Bernie voted for HR 2465, which provided $4 billion for military construction, and he voted for HR 3196, which provided: $2.16 billion for military and economic assistance to Israel; $760 million for military and economic assistance to Egypt; $535 million for Eastern European and the Baltic States, including $150 million for assistance to Kosovo; $300 million for military and economic assistance to Jordan; and $285 million for international narcotics control.

    • No one’s condemning Bernie Sanders for his propositions on banking, nor for a number of other issues. It’s his warmongering under the guise of not doing so – including funding the Iraqi occupation and arresting anti-war protesters – and the fact he seeks to use even MORE government to fix an already corrupt, non-functioning government. If you didn’t see that, you missed the point, entirely.

    • Why are you assuming I support republicans?

    • In 2001, Bernie supported HR 1954, which extended the Iran-Libya Sanctions Act of 1996.
      Following the 9/11 attacks, Bernie voted in favor of H J Res 64 – Authorization for Use of Military Force, which allowed President Bush to use the United States Armed Forces against anyone involved with 9/11 and any nation that harbors these individuals.
      In 2002, Bernie voted against H J Res 114, which authorized President Bush to use military force against Iraq. However, he would continue to support bloated military defense bills that would ultimately be used to sustain the war he allegedly disagreed with.
      In 2003, Bernie supported HR 5010, which provided $355.1 billion in appropriations for the Defense Department for fiscal year 2003 – an increase of $37.5 billion from 2002 – as well as: $71.6 billion for procurement of aircraft, missiles, weapons, combat vehicles and shipbuilding; $7.4 billion for ballistic missile defense; and $58.4 million for foreign aid, which includes humanitarian assistance, foreign disaster relief and de-mining programs.
      He also voted in favor of HR 2800 – Foreign Operations Appropriations, FY 2004 bill, which granted $1.8 billion in military and economic assistance to Egypt and $2.2 billion for Israeli military assistance.
      In 2004, Bernie supported HR 4613, which allocated $25 billion for emergency defense spending for operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, and $77.4 billion for the procurement of new weapons.
      In 2005, Sanders supported HR 2863 – Defense Department FY2006 Appropriations Bill, which provided $50 billion for ongoing operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
      In 2006, Bernie voted for HR 5631, which provided $70 billion for ongoing operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
      In 2007, he supported HR 1585 – National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2008, which granted $187.14 billion for Iraq and Afghanistan operations.
      In 2009, he voted in favor of HR 2647, which authorized $309 million for research and evaluation, procurement, or deployment of an alternative Missile Defense System in Europe, and also allowed the Secretary of Defense to increase the active-duty number for the US Army to a number greater than otherwise allowed by law up to the 2010 baseline plus 30,000 troops.
      During the same year, he called closing the torturous gulag at Guantanamo a “complicated issue” and ultimately rejected a proposal to shut it down.
      In 2011, Bernie co-sponsored S. Res. 85, which urged the UN Security Council to take action to protect civilians in Libya from attack, including the possible imposition of a no-fly zone over Libyan territory.
      In 2014, Bernie came out in favor of levying economic sanctions (an act of war) against Russia: “The entire world has got to stand up to Putin,” he said. “We’ve got to deal with sanctions.”
      That same year, Bernie didn’t object to having his name included – by unanimous consent – in S.498, which backed Israel’s brutal, summer-long military assault against Gaza.
      Most recently, he vowed to continue Obama’s murderous international drone war. Bernie also supports funneling weapons into Iraq to fight ISIS as well as airstrikes, and he continues to spread the myth that Iran seeks to build nuclear weapons.
      All of this information is publicly available and verifiable with a Google search.
      Maybe it can be brushed aside and ignored on the basis of him being a “lesser evil” who may kill less people than other presidential candidates – though that begs the question of how many foreigners a Bernie supporter is okay with butchering before it’s one too many. 100? 1000? 5000? What’s an acceptable body count? At what point does it stop mattering?
      Whatever the case may be, is it asking too much for Bernie supporters to stop smearing actual antiwar activists and noninterventionists by putting them in the same category as a warmonger? Even if he’s a “light” warmonger – even if he’s a “lesser evil” – he’s still a warmonger, he’s still evil, and he’s certainly not preaching a message of peace.

    • I’m sorry, did you just get…Berned…by your candidate? Aha…aha…get it?

    • Warped sense of reality is presenting false dichotomies and fallacies rather than articulating an actual argument Sean Cameron. Your appeal to emotion and sophistry won’t work on those of us who actually can identify such things.

      Let us know when you are ready to engage in an adult conversation that includes logic, reason and evidence rather than vague accusations, and lazy cliches (y)

    • The Free Thought Project.com word!

    • Do you have any links where I can read this information? I wouldn’t want to take your word for it immediately. I also don’t think it’s wise to assume the position of pacifism, as if there is never a time for war, ever.

      I saw that he voted for $2.8 billion in general military expenditures? That’s interesting, but being that the budget is so ridiculously high, that number doesn’t seem to faze me much. I remember watching the first debate. If Bernie was so adamant about war in Iraq and voted for it then why didn’t Hillary Clinton bring this up when she had the chance when he attacked her? I’d have to believe she would be well aware of some key information.

    • The best place to read the information is the governments website itself. Just google the bill codes and read them.

      The reason (what I predict for the election anyway) is that Bernie isn’t supposed to win. His role in the election is most likely to build as big of a voting base as he can before he drops out and endorses Hillary, turning his voters over to her. That is why she won’t attack him. I believe Hillary will win the Presidency and Democrats will rally saying “Look, we put the first black man in office, and now we put the first woman in too! Muh progressivism!” Politics as usual.

    • All these politicians are in cahoots with one another for the sole purpose of controlling you. If they point fingers at each other and say “look how bad he/she is!” it keeps the populace divided without a means to counter the corruption. Simple tactic really

    • I would vote for Hillary if Bernie didn’t get the nomination because she’s obviously more sane than the republican candidates. I think most people will and that’s pretty much a given. So it wouldn’t be the result of people being tricked. It just has to be that way because the republicans are so far right that they’re basically crazy (or appearing crazy, to get elected by idiots).

      I like Bernie because he’s the only one so vehemently attacking Wall Street and corporate campaign donors. That seems to be the source of corruption and fascism. He’s also very good at being passionate. If that’s not real, give the man an Oscar.

    • Lmao ignorance is bliss i suppose.

    • No I just have higher education in communication and psychology so I feel confident in my ability to read the guy.

    • Are you an anarchist or something? Or are you one of those people who thinks that no matter who gets elected, miraculously, everything will be exactly the same?

    • Wanting something and Doing something are two different things- Oh hey didn’t Obama Want to close Gitmo? Lol

    • Rand paul is the only canidate please there is a reason they don’t want him in the debate

    • Doesn’t Rand Paul want a flat tax rate across the board? How does that make sense when opportunity becomes so much more vast with just a few thousand more bucks in your pocket than someone else? The more money you have, the easier it is to make money, so I cannot trust that Rand Paul understands basic concepts.

    • Bernie is on their payroll too… Look who the media is silent about. That’s who you should be voting for, Rand Paul. Btw Bernie endorsed Obama for both terms. But you’re right, he’s nothing like them lol..

    • Davíð Otto Except You are probably right but their strategy is flawed. I know many Bernie supporters who would vote Trump over Hillary whom every democrat I know, bar maybe one, hates with some degree of passion… Personally I would rather stick hot needles in my eyes than vote for that duplicitous sycophant.

    • It’s funny how ppl think a new president will change things… Really? I have not seen much change in my lifetime. The only change i see is how things are getting worst.

  • But he likes Kensyian progressive leaders? How does he resolve that comflict in his head?

  • He disappeared 3 1/2 years ago, we should know. This has been declared so many times how could you have missed it??

  • Bernie Madoff with all of Kevin’s Bacon, too.

  • Pitt is no Durden..that’s for sure

  • Let me know when he gives away all his money.

  • so what

  • good for him… 100 of average American can speak out and yet One celebrity voice can be heard above all…

  • Insurance Companies too!

    • yep. banks own the insurance companies, and big pharma.

  • …said the multi-millionaire…what a fucking joke.

  • Good, he is waking up. What took him so long?

  • Unless he’s putting some of his millions of dollars towards it I don’t really care what he “says”

  • Everyone should watch The Big Short. The banks need to be broken up.

  • I’m waiting to hear what Britney Spears has to say before I make any decisions.

  • The deliberately engineered financial collapse. Call a spade a spade, I always say.

  • Fuck Bernie Sanders! He is establishment!

  • So what?!? He’s a talentless pretty boy. Who cares what he says?

  • So where does Brad keep all the millions he made acting then? lolz. yeah i find it funny when rich people talk shit.

  • I think most of the American public would like to see the bankers responsible for this debacle held accountable and have said this all along. I don’t know that it matters all that much how Brad Pitt feels about it. He is one person and is certainly entitled to his own opinion but I do believe that Norway set an example of how it should have been handled.

  • Good think he believes in being able to protect or defend with deadly force if required. Things usually don’t turn out well for those who speak out against the Banks or the Fed.

    • But I guess it is time to rise up against the feds and the banks don’t you think?

  • Yay, #BradPitt !!!

  • Watch out you rich crooked bastards! The poor are coming for you with torches and pitchforks! Soon there will be a revolution.

  • John, How is Smiley doing?

  • Well…if brad Pitt says so….hahah

  • Who cares

  • Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaand… Brad Pitt Dies of Cancer….

  • He said this like 2 months ago

  • Yeah right, I am supposed to believe a guy who actually lives from the rich…

  • agree greedy pigs

  • A man with BALLS – yay !

  • Werp werp

  • good guy

  • he’s a criminal himself, he got no shame taking the loot!


  • Does Pitt mean (gasp) JAIL for the biggest crime in the history of the world? 17 trillion dollars? Next thing you know they’ll be sniffing around Bush and Cheney for simple mass murder. And Hillary Clinton for public corruption

  • Would love to see his paycheck for the movie!

  • He is a movie actor, a sexy leading man, but do we really care what his political views are? I only care if he is in a movie….

  • All Lies from the gov!!!!

  • I want more people to be in Brad’s skin! Cullen Osleeshwa

  • Mark Roman I want to see this!

  • and i completely agree with him, simply because he is right about that! after all, it is them who are responsible for that, nobody else!

  • The same banks that hold his fortune?

  • Politicians belong in jail more than any other. It’s these clowns that cause the jailing of peaceful people while incentivizing theft and murder on a staggering scale.

  • Rand Paul You need to get more aggressive. Demand that the country hear you. You are to coy about your tactics. Go on the offensive and don’t let up!!! Tell it straight and don’t apologize for it. We need you Rand. But we aren’t going to get you if you just run a grass roots campaign. You need to make waves. And you need to make them now!!
    Today the voters are looking for someone, who can shut Hillary up once and for all, they are looking for someone who is more aggressive and shows defiance. I do hope that Rand can deliver. To talk about Constitution is great and appealing to the liberty lovers like us. Unfortunately many in the audience do not view Constitution as a powerful document given to us by the founders…
    Take a page from old Trump – not his policies God forbid – but his in-your-face attitude. Americans love that shit, especially republicans. Get pissed off and put some bass in your voice! People want someone who commands attention. Step it up, Rand! We NEED you!!

  • Shut up and act Brad pitt. You’re a limousine liberal which makes your opinion worthless

  • The Big Short should have been titled A Decent Start. If the actual mechanism used to complete the cycle of corruption isn’t exposed, it doesn’t matter how many films targeting the banks are made. People should know the complete cycle of Fed monetary policy married to Wall Street corruption and the shills in Washington we elect to office.

  • We need more minds on our side! Hit the ‘Like’ button, comment (even 2 words) and share this, you are helping us reach more people! (y)

    • We don’t need people who are like cattle; we need people to speak up for what’s affecting their lives; get involved. Vote for U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders.

    • ??? Bernie Sanders Clause the socialist ? no thanks

    • You mean Hollywood hypocrites that come out against gun violence and make movies that breed the very culture that causes gun violence to begin with? Kiss my ass

    • It just proves that the powers that shouldn’t be are all in it together… Not that proof is needed

  • tell it to the 1%

  • Feel the burn

  • If that’s the case, so should the government for bailing them out!

  • Reagan can do it, maybe you can too. And then make them. 🙂

  • So, if I’m reading this correctly the Free Thought Project is advocating more individuals be incarcerated because they caused rich people to lose money? Can somebody help me out on this?

    • Jailing the bankers – who recklessly spent people’s life savings and then gave themselves huge bonuses for crashing the global economy- instead of bailing the banks out and letting them do it again.

    • They didn’t spend any of mine. Did they spend any of yours? Can you show me a victim that didn’t make reckless investments?

    • Numbers are arbitrary, especially on a computer screen. The only real money you have is in your hand. They didn’t spend yours? Are you sure? Have you cashed out your social security? Do you have investments….in money only form?

    • Social Security is money that the state has stolen from me every week from 1989. I don’t expect to ever see it again, and I don’t consider it permission to steal from my kids. Any banker who was ever involved with social security is dead now.

      My investments are not traded on Wall Street or in the hands of bankers, so no. I have it all in private equity, mostly in my own business. It’s a giant hedge against the hyperinflation I see coming.

    • Marc Bechtol Cutting food stamps and veterans programs no social security cost of living increase..to pay for corporate handouts and Congress pay increases..

    • Jason, if a former state enforcer decides to become a bum, who am I to tell him he can’t? Is it my fault that I don’t have any need for someone who can shoot people? If you love veterans, why don’t you give them some of your money?

      Also your argument is inaccurate. They haven’t cut food stamps. There are more people on food stamps now than ever before. They have not cut veteran benefits, there are more veteran programs than ever before. The corporate handouts have never been paid for. That’s part of why we’re 19,000,000,000,000.00 in debt.

      The recipients of those bonuses didn’t take any of that money from minimum wage workers. If you pay really close attention to the way Warren worded that statement, you will see that it is possible that there are very few full time minimum wage workers. My daughters made more than minimum wage while they were still in high school. What excuse could someone have for working full time at minimum wage?

  • What about their partners in crime, the criminal politicians?

  • If a celeb speaks out, theres probably somebody telling them to speak…..

    Money means everything to these people, put yourself in their shoes,would risk being outted from the ‘money-club’….

    • It’s more like a jew club, yep I’m antisemitic.

    • you are also a complete moron.

    • When somebody says something they dont like, out comes the name calling lol

      Not even open for a talk, name calling like playground

    • You insinuate that Hollywood actors can’t think for them selves. Is money involved? Maybe. But maybe….. Just maybe they have other passions as well.

    • Jews do own Hollywood they also own all the big banks that fund wars

  • Brad Pitt said it it must be true!

  • I dont understand when banks make profits they contribute nothing back to anyone and if they do its always an illusion to make you think you are gettig good treatment when the reality is there is nothing that they do is for free or even to help the economy. Everyone does their part, so why dont they. Remember, they make money with your money!

    • it never was your money they printed it out and gave it to you indirectly as a repaiment for something …

    • What do you mean by contribute, Eugene? Last week, I got a loan from a bank to supplement my advertising budget. I need customers now, but don’t have the cash flow to pay it out of pocket. Banks allow me to spread those costs out over two years. If my advertising goes as planned, I will have plenty of money to pay back the loan. There is a lot of value in that. You can’t have a healthy economy without healthy capital markets. The capital markets are sick because of government distortions. You don’t get rid of disease by killing the patients. Government is the disease. Get rid of government and banks will have no choice but to be honest.

    • Question: Who governs the banks, who are the watch dogs to ensure no shady operations? Government is dirty yes, and banks loan money, of course. Its how they manipulate the system that allows them to screw you unknowingly!

  • 🙂

  • Do people not realize there is a very simple solution

  • The FEDERAL RESERVE caused the crash, jail them …

  • Bernie Sanders #FeelTheBern

    • The cure for government corruption is more government? How?

    • Marc Bechtol #feelthebern #bernie2016
      Against the patriot act
      Against the Iraq war
      Wants to end private prisons and the war on drugs
      No super pacs
      For the unions and ppl
      Wants to break up the banks
      Against NAFTA
      Against the tpp
      For education expansion
      Raise the minimum wage

      Actions define a man and this man has voted on the side of the ppl for 30+ years!


  • So long as he does not cite the failures of the Federal Reserve, he’s just hacking at the tentacles and not the body of the problem.

    • Yup… However it’d be a step closer

    • I agree that every little bit helps. That’s why I moved for the Free State Project.

  • So If I donate thousands of dollars to every influential politician can get get bailed out and a do not go to jail ever card too?

  • No the most damning thing to say in Hollywood is that you’re not a liberal.

  • Shared! Thank you!
    Armchair Activist

  • No banker made anyone go get a loan they couldn’t afford…nobody. when will Americans accept responsibility for their own action and choices…come on people….oh and a side note, Clinton and congress start the banks lending sub-prime mortgages….no your history and your facts.

    • No they did not, but in all honesty they were dealing out variable interest loans knowing full well that within two years after the interest rate was adjusted, these people could not afford them. Then they bundle them together and traded them as over rate commodities. Deregulation that began with Reagan allowed the banking industry, whose deposits were federally insured, a license to gamble with taxpayers money or to simply loot it; and as if we didn’t learn the first time through in 1989; and in the absence of oversight, lending once again became a wildcat enterprise. Mortgage brokers easily deceived home buyers by promoting sub-prime loans, and then they passed on bundled documents to unwary investors and brokerage firms became deeply committed to risky mortgage investments. The results, the Sub-prime mortgage crisis of 2007 and the Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers collapses that crippled out nation and nearly destroyed the auto industry. This again lead to the greatest banking crisis in history, nearly driving the country into a depression as the housing market collapsed.. Again the American taxpayers bailed the banks out and the CEO’s received bonuses, but no one has been held accountable, no one has gone to jail…seems like a win win win for the banking industry, maybe we need to look harder at what Iceland has done…

    • Craig Stoner I actually like the idea….let the banks fail….that’s what should have happened


  • #MontyPython said it best ;o) lol

  • Tony Merwin

  • I’m frustrated too because you earn millions for a movie and teachers and scientists would not have at least a small percent of your income! there’s no incentive to stop this behavior …

    • There is value in what actors do or they wouldn’t make what they make. There are really two huge factors in what actors are paid. One is how much their name will sell movie tickets. The difference between Brad Pitt starring in a movie and the guy at the local theater is how many millions of people will say “Oh, Brad Pitt is in it, let’s go”. I am not one of those people. The second reason is also the biggest. Let’s say you’re producing a movie with hundreds of scenes. Each scene requires a crew of 250 people, each of them costing anywhere from 80 to 120 dollars an hour. The Brad Pitt that can come in and shoot a scene and get it right the first time, as opposed to the guy at the local theater who might fuck up a line, have the wrong expression, or just not hit the timing perfectly, will save you tens of millions of dollars by the time all of the scenes are shot.

    • “Actors” contribute nothing to this world. They are fake and simply overpaid pawns of the propaganda machine.

  • “!!!

  • Actually, this will help his career. Hollywood liberals love being super rich while simultaneously hating everyone else who’s rich.

  • Wow – If ignorance is bliss, there’s some very happy people out there. Clearly couldn’t give a shit about the poor sick and vulnerable – as long as the rich can carry on stitching us up.

    • Or it could be that we don’t think the police powers of the state should be used to take money from producers and give it to those who are politically connected in the form of charity.

    • The “producers” ?

  • He must have been drunk ;o)

  • Knew there was a reason i loved you!

  • not true Brad, they were held accountable in Iceland and tried as criminals and the citizens were bailed out not the banks. they had the fastest recovery. which is what should have happened all over the world.

    • I consider it obvious that he’s talking within the context of the country in which he lives and works.

    • could you also considered fucking off you pretentious little pick?

  • I honestly dont know of one criminal banker, in America atleast

  • Only one candidate is proposing the same thing….Bernie Sanders.

  • Why i can not read this link?
    Help please

    Try and keep up???

  • its easy just sack them all, if the masses want it enough it will happen FACT.

  • Shut up Brad Pitt!

  • Go. Mr Smith. Good words.

  • They have in Iceland, the bankers still sit in jail.

  • In ur world if ur at the bottom at work sackin is eazy the sad fact is the higher u get u leave with all ur pension and benefits i work 4 the council and thats how it works sad anint it nothing changes unions dont help they protect them 2 im an ex union rep 4 that reason in the paper it said most newcastle and other councils disaplaries were 4 drink related and bullyin situation soooo bad

    • what’s the relevance too fraudster bankers here? or you talking to me directly..

    • Bankers etc can ruin a country and still get a bonus im agreein with ur post ok

    • 🙂 can ruin a world!

    • Andahh mate glad u understood was agreein with u ☺

  • I concur.

  • I volunteer to round them up.


  • Brad Pittsku ! WWZ ? IB? Fury? He is Nathanyahoo’s bitch … Benjamin’s sperm is all over his pretty face

  • ill go check for that.thx for the intel 🙂

  • Sean Mulgrew

  • Thank you mr pitt. You have just made it on my respectable list.

  • bloody well right..(supertramp)

  • Lizzie Dowrie do you now understand my love for the man!

  • Good luck

  • I’ve been saying that for years, yet, you haven’t quoted me!

  • i take it his moved his money to a place they cant touch

  • ISN’T that what we have all been saying for the past 8 years !!!

  • Brad Pitt is in an elite level himself. He doesn’t care what people think of him. He’s the man…. He’s Taylor Durden. Lol

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  • Sorry, Brad. I love most of your movies but politicians/corrupt bankers are never going to get what they deserve until we, as a planet, show them who the real bosses are. Sadly, most of the planet is content living the lie that everyone is looking out for our best interests.

    • As a human potential coach, entrepreneur and holistic therapist, I can confidently say that this just isn’t true. Many people I meet know what’s going on and are not in the least content, they just don’t know How to work together to do something about it.

  • the officials? ONLY THE ROTHSCHILDS are officially to blame

  • I really do love Brad and his old lady but,
    He should find out what the “Council on Foreign Relations” is up to. Don’t think going after the global elite bankers is a good idea if AJ is working for them.

    • Angelie Jolie is tied into the blood lines of the elite. through the Bush family. Look it up. The aBush family goes back to 14th century British royalty. We still are under the Kings rule through the Queen.
      Here’s some more shit you won’t believe either !

      Queen Elizabeth controls and has amended U.S. Social Security, as follows:
      S.I. 1997 NO. 1778 The Social Security (United States of America) Order 1997 Made
      22nd of July 1997 coming into force 1st September 1997. At the Court at Buckingham
      Palace the 22nd day of July 1997. Now, therefore Her Majesty in pursuance of section
      179 (1) (a) and (2) of the Social Security Administration Act of 1992 and all other powers
      enabling Her in that behalf, is pleased, by and with advise of Her privy Council, to order,
      and it is hereby ordered as follows:
      “This Order may be cited as the Social Security (United States of America) Order 1997
      and shall come into force on 1st September 1997.”
      Does this give a new meaning to Federal Judge William Wayne Justice stating in court
      that he takes his orders from England? This order goes on to redefine words in the Social
      Security Act and makes some changes in United States Law.

      Remember, King George was the “Arch-Treasurer and Prince Elector of the Holy Roman
      Empire and of the United States of America.” See: Treaty of Peace (1738) 8 U.S. Statutes
      at Large.
      Great Britain which is the agent for the Pope, is in charge of the USA

      What people do not know is that the so called Founding Fathers and King George were
      working hand-in-hand to bring the people of America to their knees, to install a Central
      Government over them and to bind them to a debt that could not be paid.
      First off you
      have to understand that the UNITED STATES is a corporation and that it existed before
      the Revolutionary war. See Respublica v. Sweers 1 Dallas 43. 28 U.S.C. 3002 (15).

      Now, you also have to realize that King George was not just the King of England, he was
      also the King of France. Treaty of Peace (1738) * U.S. 8 Statutes at Large 80.

      On January 22, 1783 Congress ratified a contract for the repayment of 21 loans that the
      UNITED STATES had already received dating from February 28, 1778 to July 5, 1782.

      Now the UNITED STATES Inc. owes the King money that is due January 1, 1788 from
      King George via France. Is this not incredible that the King funded both sides of the
      But there was more work that needed to be done. Now the Articles of
      Confederation which was declared in force March 1, 1781 States in Article 12 ” All bills of credit emitted, monies borrowed, and debts contracted by, or under the authority of
      Congress, before the assembling of the United States, in pursuance of the present
      confederation, shall be deemed and considered a charge against the United States, for
      payment and satisfaction whereof the said United States, and the public faith are hereby
      solemnly pledged

      The individual Rights guaranteed by our Constitution can be compromised or ignored by our government. For example, in United States v. Johnson, 76 F. Supp. 538, 539 (D. Pa. 1947), Federal District Court Judge James Alger Fee ruled that,
      “The privilege against self-incrimination is neither accorded to the passive resistant, nor to the person who is ignorant of his rights, nor to one indifferent thereto. It is a FIGHTING clause. It’s benefits can be retained only by sustained COMBAT. It cannot be claimed by attorney or solicitor. It is valid only when insisted upon by a BELLIGERENT claimant in person.” McAlister vs. Henkel, 201 U.S. 90, 26 S.Ct. 385, 50 L.Ed. 671; Commonwealth vs. Shaw, 4 Cush. 594, 50 Am.Dec. 813; Orum vs. State, 38 Ohio App. 171, 175 N.E. 876. The one who is persuaded by honeyed words or moral suasion to testify or produce documents rather than make a last ditch stand, simply loses the protection. . . . He must refuse to answer or produce, and test the matter in contempt proceedings, or by habeas corpus.” [Emphasis added.]
      Notice the verdict’s confrontational language: “fighting”, “combat”, and most surprising, “belligerent”. Did you ever expect to ever read a Federal Court condemn citizens for being “passive” or “ignorant”? Did you ever expect to see a verdict that encouraged citizens to be “belligerent” IN COURT…?
      Better go back and re-read that extraordinary verdict. And read it again. And commit it to memory, for it succinctly describes the essence of the American legal system.

      Supreme Court Annotated Statute, Clearfield Trust Co. v. United States 318 U.S. 363-
      371 1942
      Whereas defined pursuant to Supreme Court Annotated Statute: Clearfield Trust Co. v.
      United States 318 U.S. 363-371 1942: “Governments descend to the level of a mere
      private corporation, and take on the characteristics of a mere private citizen . . . where
      private corporate commercial paper [Federal Reserve Notes] and securities [checks] is
      concerned . . . For purposes of suit, such corporations and individuals are regarded as
      entities entirely separate from government.”
      What the Clearfield Doctrine is saying is that when private commercial paper is used by
      corporate government, then government loses its sovereignty status and becomes no
      different than a mere private corporation.
      As such, government then becomes bound by the rules and laws that govern private
      corporations which means that if they intend to compel an individual to some specific
      performance based upon its corporate statutes or corporation rules, then the government,
      like any private corporation, must be the holder-in-due-course of a contract or other
      commercial agreement between it and the one upon who demands for specific
      performance are made.
      And further, the government must be willing to enter the contract or commercial agreement into evidence before attempting to compel performance on it’s statutes

      If a legal statute list a person would it not mean a “legal person” ?

      legal person – Legal Information Institute – Cornell University
      Cornell University › law › wex › legal_p…
      Mobile-friendly – Legal person refers to a non-human entity that is treated as a person for limited legal purposes–corporations, for example. Legal persons can sue and be sued, own property, and enter into contracts.

      Have any idea what that has to do with the way the legal system works ?

  • Its past the statute of limitations no one is going too jail . Thank you Obama . Wall st’ were his top donors . His installed a former wall st banker CEO as his Secretary of Treasure . Obama was just another wall st . puppet . But who isn’t ? Bernie that’s who I think maybe . lol .

  • If we keep ‘Liking’ + Commenting + Sharing information, together we can End the Drug War.

  • Damned right it is! Only idiots support the fraud , theft and scam called “war on drugs”…..multi -billions ripped off for over 40 years to support this fake ass con started by Nixon

  • Do like in Portugal: legalize up to 5 grams.
    Watch the Michael Moore’s “Where to invade next” and learn with it! 😉

    • All drugs are decriminalized there.

    • Right, up to 5 grams.
      The concept is that you are responsible for your own health.


    • Fuck Michael Moore.

    • Fuck you, Goofy.
      Just telling you about a real situation you should be informed about.

    • And where has this greedy fat fuck been these last two decades his home town Flint way decaying?! No where near it because he couldn’t make money off a documentary of it. Now he can, let’s see how long until he jumps on the bandwagon with the rest of these shitbags.

  • More people were locked up during Clinton’s tenure then ever before or since. Especially black men.


  • Rosario Adriana Lopez

  • True dat

  • THIS IS A SCAM SINCE WORLD TRADE BEGAIN BY THE JESUITS IN 1400s!!! The back bone of world trade has been OPIUM!!!! HELLO??????

  • It is a means by wich the goverment can abuse both sides of the population of America meanwhile finacially benefiting the alredy rich.

  • I like Bred Pitku. buts he is too much controlled by Hollywood.

  • Arquitecta Cazares Hasegawa

  • yep…

  • Nice! I liked his stance on the Banksters also!
    #FightBigMoney #FixDemocracyFirst #GetMoneyOut #FeelTheBern #NotForSale #AmericanReformers #TheNextDeal Represent.Us AntiCorruptionAct.org

  • I don’t see how Jonny Pitt will do anything useful about this

  • Like I said Don” just because man made a law doesnt mean I have to agree with it !

  • Our wonderful NY senator Schumer is asking for 600 million dollars to continue this worthless “fight”!!

  • Very profitable $$$$$$$$

  • It was designed to be a trap to destroy black males and their families as well as the communities they lived in, they succeeded!!!

  • Follow the money

  • I think theres better examples out there besides Brad Pitt…He’s bought and paid for himself!

  • I agree

  • Prison industry was a big winner in the drug war…they will want to keep going…probably by demonising poor and powerless people in some other way – the return of Victorian-style debtors prisons and the like…

  • Unfortunately the vast majority people cannot see the bigger picture om this subject especially in the UK.

  • neooarc