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The 99% World

They call themselves the “99 percent” and whether in Frankfurt, Athens or New York, the tactics and demands are the same everywhere. Using social media to coordinate efforts around the globe. Click here to view…

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The Economics of Slavery

The most basic form of property is self ownership.  Each individual has ownership of himself.  As a self-owner, the individual also owns his labor.  In the case of slavery, we have one individual claiming property ownership over another individual who … Continue reading

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The Global Exploitation of the Saharian People

France is a country that gets a whole lot of its electricity from a very far away place that’s hard to get to — in the Sahara desert. And Canada is a country that is hoping to get a lot … Continue reading

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Hit the Road Jack and Don’t You Come Back No More

You can read the suits filed against each individual bank here. BofA, JPMorgan Among 17 Banks Sued by U.S. for $196 Billion. Noticeably absent from the list of companies being sued is Wells Fargo. And the suits just keep coming… Click … Continue reading

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Banks are a Big Bad Joke

Catherine Austin Fitts blows the whistle on how the financial terrorists have deliberately imploded the US economy and transferred gargantuan amounts of wealth.  Fitts documents how trillions of dollars went missing from government coffers in the 90’s and how she … Continue reading

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The Hidden History of Wall Street

A History of the House of Rothschild, said the disclosures showed “how pervasive slavery was in the structure of British wealth in 1830”.  Nick Draper, a University College London academic said the newly revealed records would hopefully promote a better … Continue reading

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The Audacity of the Fall of America

In Livingston, New Jersey, first Circuit City and Old Navy fell, and then a Linens ‘N Things; at the time of this video, December 2009, Borders was still standing. Sadly, Borders closed in 2010, leaving this commercial space devoid of … Continue reading

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Banking: on the edge

“These days, when a banker doesn’t get a bonus, they no longer leave automatically, they’ve got their salaries to fall back on – and, really, there’s nowhere else for them to go.” Click here to read…

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Why Africa is leaving Europe behind

There is an opportunity in this novel scenario: for Africa to assert itself on the global stage, and for European countries to take advantage of their historic footprint in Africa by stimulating commercial expansion to their south.   Click here … Continue reading

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When the going gets tough, the tough get broke!

On August 15, 1971, President Nixon announced on TV 3 dramatic changes in economic policy.  The system began to falter in the 1960s because of an excess of dollars flowing out of the U.S. which foreign central banks had to … Continue reading

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