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Assets Forfeiture Fund and Seized Asset Deposit Fund: Annual Financial Statements Fiscal Year 2012
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This audit report contains the Annual Financial Statements of the Assets Forfeiture Fund and Seized Asset Deposit Fund (AFF/SADF) for the fiscal years (FY) ended September 30, 2012, and September 30,... More > 2011. Under the direction of the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), KPMG LLP performed the AFF/SADF’s audit in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America. The audit resulted in an unqualified opinion on the FY 2012 financial statements. An unqualified opinion means that the financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position and the results of the entity’s operations in conformity with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles. For FY 2011, the AFF/SADF also received an unqualified opinion on its financial statements (OIG Report No. 12-12).< Less
The Seize Wall Street Handbook
This is a handbook for Seize Wall Street organizers and all other citizens interested in the movement. The goal of this movement is to create a popular appeal to Seize Wall Street and all assets... More > owned by private financial institutions. The Wall Street bankers have proven themselves irresponsible and it is ludicrous to allow them continued control of the economy.< Less
Why You Should Give Up Your Wealth and Join the Revolution - A Guidebook For the Upper Class
After the revolution the assets of the wealthy will become political liabilities. All of the wealthy's assets will be seized by the commune upon the successful execution of revolution. This book... More > works to enlighten the wealthy, to bring them to the camp of the people. It works to explain to wealthy individuals why they should give up their wealth now, why they should finance the revolution today, why they should switch to the side of the people.< Less
The Moral Laws of Revolution: A Handbook
Is it okay for the hungry to steal food? Fuck yeah. Is it okay for an oppressed person to obliterate the chains of their oppression? Most definitely. Is it okay for the populace to seize the assets... More > of the capitalist pigs? Why of course. Is it okay to lie if it is going to help intensify the revolutionary momentum? Hell yeah.
The laws of revolution are the laws of freedom, the laws of equality, the laws of communality, the laws of humaneness.
Capitalist laws are the laws of property, sick control, hoarding resources, and destroying the rights of workers. Capitalist laws are the despicable laws of classist, corporate, hegemony.
This book breaks down the revolutionary laws in a simple, direct, fashion.< Less
The Revolutionary Feminist’s Manifesto
The capitalist system is inherently patriarchal, sexist, and hierarchical. Thus, any authentic liberation of women will require an all out revolution against the capitalist patriarchs.
This book... More > argues that the so called 'achievements' of women under capitalism have been cosmetic at best. Corporate careerism is nothing but enslavement to the agenda of the corporate patriarchs. Economical autonomy is meaningless when 99% of global assets are owned by a few hundred of capitalist men. The right to vote is anemic when the choices offered are all agents of the capitalist pigs.
This all means that the only logical path for all feminists is direct political revolution. The only point of liberation is the liberation of all workers in this world.
To put it in simple terms, if all the wealth controlled by the capitalist men was seized and redivided, the stake of women in this world would rise from 1% to 50% instantly. This is perhaps the greatest and simplest argument for revolution.< Less
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As a teen, Jennifer LeBlanc flees her rural hometown of Modock, Maine after the deaths of her parents and vows never to return. While attending Harvard Business School on a full scholarship, Jennifer... More > meets and falls in love with Bradley Maderon, a financial genius who runs Boston’s largest hedge fund. Jennifer becomes the CFO of Bradley’s empire, but when he is arrested and the government seizes all of their assets, Jennifer is forced to return to Maine and confront the trauma that she has repressed all of these years. With the help of her sister's Great Danes, Angel and Mercy, Jennifer searches for a way to overcome her grief, learn to appreciate the gifts that life gives, and, perhaps, to find love.< Less