Walter Burien: The Biggest Game in Town (2000)

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Yes, it’s an over 2 hour video, watch as much as you can, it gets more interesting as it goes on.  More info http://cafr1.com/ ~ DS

2:16:13 – Jan 1, 2009
Walter Burien – http://cafr1.com/BiggestGameInTown.html

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#1 = 01/01/09 – PLEASE POST – PUBLISH “The Biggest Game in Town” video was produced and then on January 8th 2000 was distributed only by VHS tapes. The documentary gets the valid information out there and was annotated on the lower script line with 2008 information. This was the first CAFR1 video that got the ball rolling for international disclosure of the CAFR of which was the biggest shell game played in government finance. Government promotes annual “Budget Reports” and at the same time virtually not a peep as to their Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) Do a Google search on CAFR A complete AUDIT of international holdings and trading activity is URGENTLY needed to see the “NET” results of the market manipulations that took place since September 2001 to present…… Will this happen? Not as long as the foxes maintain regulation over the hen house! SEE: http://TaxRetirement.com Learn quickly… have no doubts about it, final ownership of our country by the corporate government syndicate or by the people is at stake here. The BLACK-OUT continues from our government, the syndicated media, controlled education, and both primary political parties.. DUE TO THE MONEY AND CONTROL INVOLVED! Please Support CAFR1 – http://cafr1.com/DNT.html

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Updated: Mar. 4, 2012

Transcript: http://cafr1.com/transcript/Trans.html

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on Oct 31, 2011

Ending Taxation – The Only Game in Town – 2011

see

Richard C. Cook on Alex Jones 03.03.09

The U.S. Economy: Designed to Fail by Richard C. Cook

Bailout for the People: “The Cook Plan” by Richard C. Cook

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