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GLENN: Now, there's a couple of other things that have happened and Stu, can you find the audio of Andy Stern with Maria Bartiromo? How do you say that?
STU: Yeah, that's what I'm going to go with.
GLENN: Would you see if you can find video? He was recently on and he was saying, I'm getting a lot of backlash or, you know, I get a lot of heat from Glenn Beck because I said worker of the world unite, but that's ‑‑ Maria, that's just where we are right now. We're going into a global economy, and the best way for redistributive wealth is to use the unions on a global scale.
STU: (Laughing). So basically ‑‑
GLENN: Okay. What does Maria say, who, I love Maria. What does Maria say? Something like, so tell me what you think about the new healthcare bill. Excuse me?
PAT: A followup does not exist.
GLENN: There's no followup. He said it I believe twice, he talked about redistributive wealth twice and there was no followup.
STU: Is it possible at this point that she's ‑‑ I think we're all at that point, what another communist reference; all right, next question.
GLENN: Yeah, we're at that point. Nobody is ‑‑ I don't even think they're listening anymore.
PAT: Again it's the window you talked about where it's gone so far to the left now. Now we're talking new world order. I guess it's okay.
GLENN: Wait, wait. Wait, wait. We are talking new world order.
PAT: Yeah, yeah.
GLENN: Listen to this from CNBC and listen to what this man says. Now, this is a guest. He's a hedge fund manager out of, what, Seattle?
GLENN: Asian hedge fund. And he's talking about the destruction of the dollar, but it goes so much more. And listen to the followup. Listen to the followup reporting here. Go ahead.
REPORTER: We're back with Damon Vickers, chief investment officer, Nine Points Capital Partners live out of Seattle, Washington. You guys are a hedge fund and what you guys basically do is you try and catch breaks, either the up or down side. Apparently with oil, also with gold. You've done the timing pretty right, got in just as it started to, oil up past $75, gold past $1,000. Are you going to sit on those positions then?
VICKERS: Yeah. Yeah, for sure. Yeah, this is ‑‑ you know, this is ‑‑ I mean, you can think a lot about it and you can, you know, one day and, you know, have all these vacillations psychologically but, you know, this is the time to, you know, to play pingpong, to, you know, pick up, you know, get involved in model‑making or something ridiculous. I mean, this is the time where you make money, where the trend develops. And so there's really not a lot to do with it. I mean, oil looks higher, gold looks higher, currencies look weaker, all for the reasons that we talked about before. I mean, you've got huge wage disparities. I don't know how that inevitably resolves itself. It may resolve itself in some type of a global currency crisis. And then if the global currency crisis unfolds, then inevitably you get, I guess an alignment under a global world government.
VICKERS: A new global currency and a new world order.
PAT: Listen to the followup. Wow.
VICKERS: So we may be moving towards that.
REPORTER: Talk to me a little bit more about this currency crisis you see erupting. What is that about? What's going to happen to the dollar?
GLENN: Stop, stop, stop, stop, stop! We're going to have a new global government, a new global currency and a new world order. Hmmm.
PAT: Tell me about K‑Mart. What do the prospects for K‑Mart look like?
GLENN: What are you talking about?
PAT: Have you had any pie today?
GLENN: You know what I think what we have is we have the possibility of big stainless steel guillotines for anybody who won't take the mark of the beast.
GLENN: That's interesting. So have you looked at all into the dynamics of Microsoft with their shedding 800 jobs? What are you talking about, man!