No one has busted more Banksters than the Banker who came in from the cold–Nomi Prins who fled from her top post at Goldman Sachs to tell the story of frightening Collusion.
This Saturday I will introduce Nomi who will lay out the fascinating truth revealed in her new book Collusion. Then Nomi and I will take your question about the Money Medusa.
There will also be music from Danny McGaw, tequila tasting and special guests!
WHEN: Saturday, May 5 at 7pm
TICKETS: bit.ly/nomiprinsla | $20 at door
Sponsored by KPFK, Truthdig, and Women Occupy Hollywood, the night not only includes an hour-long interview of Print but also a live music performance by McGaw and his band who will be showcasing his composition “You & Me” — the companion song to Collusion amongst other songs on his upcoming album.
Collusion is a book that Publishers Weekly praises as “(an) unflinching, troubling exposè…not for the faint of heart”, and Kirkus Reviews called “a sharp-edged critique of the hegemony of central banks over the world‘s economies.” This expertly written, but in true Prins style, fabulously approachable and readable book, has already garnered exceptional reviews by visionaries and ground breaking experts such as David Cay Johnston, Paul Craig Roberts, James Rickards, Jeremy Scahill, Danielle DiMartino, and Ralph Nader.
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Before turning to journalism as an investigative reporter for The Guardian and BBC Television, Greg Palast was an investigator of fraud and racketeering for governments and labor unions worldwide.
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