If we are talking about the wealth concentration conspiracy, here is a good link. http://www2.ucsc.edu/whorulesamerica/power/wealth.html Infowars/Kurt Nimmo viewpoint is: http://www.infowars.com/marxist-wealth-distribution-for-the-bankers/ Which I tend to agree with. It appears to be about making the super rich super richer, the middle classes poorer, the poor desperately poor and the desperately poor to curl up and die. People can feel it. I don't think the public dissent is due to the 'austerity', people can bear austerity with good humour and fortitude like in the war years when everyone pulled together. The problem arises when disparity raises its head. The rich getting richer whilst the poor get poorer... that is the problem. Billions in quantitative easing which do not help those in need, (and I mean by creating jobs and services). Instead, all the money printed goes to the banks which invest the money in the stock market which pump up the price of the stocks and the banks earn more money but that is where it stays. There is a 'trickle up' effect rather than the 'trickle down effect'. Personally I would call it a 'rush up effect' but then I would be accused of hyperbole. But no matter how bad things get there is one thing that can rely on funding and that is the military industrial complex which is the U.S. No matter what, it continues to spend as much as the rest of the world put together on weapons of war and wars. The very same wars that many of the .01% of the wealthiest profit from whilst the poor continue to pay... with their lives. AJ, brings that message to the masses and whilst it may be presented in a sensationalist way, so what... it is pretty sensational because most people do not understand what is going on here, (and deliberately so) and people do need to be shocked by it in order to counter the inherent social inertia. Only then will there even be a hope of change. The mass opposition to the Syria war propaganda was a result of getting this stuff out to the public... the lies and scheming that go on to control the people and enrich the few. Edit: I would argue that AJ and others provide a much needed service in providing those who need to be made aware at a basic level about the type of machinations which are perpetrated. That even if it is not entirely accurate or it is sensationalised, it needs to be said in such terms so that those who are unable to fully comprehend the intricacies of the deception, still get a good idea of the broader issues at a level they can understand and engage with. A counterbalance to the 'official,(and equally sensationalised), BS that is pumped out by the government MSM propaganda machine', if you like. Perhaps that argument is worthy of its own thread? As an aside, I listened to Jeremy Vine yesterday, (BBC Radio 2 presenter), discussing the financial situation and even he admitted he had no idea what the term 'fractional lending' referred to. A BBC spokesman then came on to 'clear the matter up' and stated it was 'banks not lending all their money out and keeping money back to ensure they were financially solvent in the event of a crisis'. I couldn't believe what I was hearing.