Those who believe as I do that Bork Obunga has developed a penchant for using the power of the US government up to and including our military for the benefit of his financial backers, now have two distinct data points to back such a claim. One is the US action against Libya last summer which Ellen Brown notes amounted to George Soros using the US military and his sock puppet Obunga to perpetrate a bank robbery in plain daylight:
The other involves the musical profession:
One common thread in the two stories is some sort of a plan to help the little guy being blown up in the process. In the case of Libya, Khadaffi was on the edge of taking all of Africa straight out of the IMF/BIS nexus and international banking scheme and the economic straight-jacket that system creates for developing countries. In the case of music, there is this:
"According to Digital Music News, Megaupload's new venture, MegaBox, is a "cloud-based music locker, download store, and do-it-yourself artist service." So far, partners of MegaBox include 7digital, Gracenote, Rovi and Amazon, the world's largest online retailer. Megaupload founder Kim Schmitz said Universal "knows that we are going to compete with them via our own music venture called Megabox.com, a site that will soon allow artists to sell their creations directly to consumers while allowing artists to keep 90 percent of earnings."